An electric actuator is a device that uses an electric motor to generate the necessary force to move a load or carry out operations like clamping. An electric motor will generate rotary motion as the spindle, or rotor, rotates.
The motor spindle is directly connected to a helical screw by the drive shaft, which rotates in a ball screw nut. As the spindle rotates, the ball screw nut is moved forward or backward along the helical screw.
Due to the substantially expanded decentralisation occurring in automation technology, there are more uses for electric actuators currently. It is now possible to install brand-new process controllers on electric actuators from the previous generation, making it easier to comply with newly revised automation regulations.
Using electric actuators is now safer than ever thanks to failsafe features that maintain user control over the operation even in the case of a power outage.
The France EV Actuators Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2026, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2027.
Together, Continental and the French company Arkamys, known for its proficiency in 3D audio and audio rendering, have developed a really innovative solution for the car audio industry. Their objective was to solve a number of business difficulties that are common in high-volume car lines.
A demonstration vehicle that had previously been fitted with standard retail speakers has now been upgraded with Continental sound actuators. Arkamys combined different loudspeaker and actuator setups with its sound improvement software before choosing the best to fine-tune. The outcome is astounding.
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