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Actuators are mechanical or electrical devices that govern movement. They convert any source of energy into motion, which is frequently electrical. The effect is used in semiconductor manufacturing, microfluidic motors and valves, and other industrial and scientific applications. Actuators are used in a wide range of sectors, including mining, defence, health care, and transportation, among others.
A pneumatic actuator is a device that transforms energy sources into mechanical motion. Sources of energy include hydraulic fluid pressure, pneumatic pressure, and electric current. Based on the energy sources employed, as well as the location and usage of significant mining sites, the pneumatic actuator market may be split into three groups.
A pneumatic actuator also makes it easier to convert energy generated by high-pressure compressed air or vacuum into linear or rotational motion. Important engine controls, such as starting and stopping power sources, benefit from this pneumatic energy.
The Japan Automotive 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.
Renesas Electronics, a leading provider of innovative semiconductor technologies, announced the release of two new microcontrollers (MCUs) for automotive actuator and sensor control applications that facilitate edge development in next-generation electronic and electrical (E/E) architecture.
Renesas expands its RL78 Family of low-power 16-bit MCUs and improves its broader automotive portfolio with the new RL78/F24 and RL78/F23, providing customers with highly dependable, high-performance solutions for systems ranging from actuators to zone control.
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