• I would like to know the part number of connectors.
    You can find Molex connectors part number and its drawing on our website. See Digital archive and Drawing tab.
  • Can I use mightyZAP in highly humid or serious dust condition?
    mightyZAP has been developped for indoor application and has IP-54 ingress protection rate. However, we do not recommend to use it under high humid, serious dust condition. User needs to make some protection case if actuator needs to be applied under this serious condition.
  • Can I make my own rod end tip and assemble it to the rod end?
    Even if we provide basic rod end tip with M3 standard, user may have their own rod end tip according to their requirement. Please remember the standard of rod-end is M3.
  • I need outside view drawing for my application design.
    You can download each 3D / 2D drawings from our website. Go to Digital archive and see Drawing tab.
  • Transverse force against the rod does not matter?
    No, there should not be transverse force against rod to prevent overload due to the friction. Use Rod end ball bearing or LM guide if it concerns you.
  • How can I mount the actuator?
    For 27mm stroke version, you can use dedicated metal bracket called IR-MB02 or Rod end bearings, IR-EB01 can be a solution. For 41mm and 56mm stroke version, user can mount the actuator through built-in tapping holes on the housing. If user wants to more flexible mounting, use IR-MB03 metal bracket or IR-EB01 Rod end bearings. For detailed information, download "mounting information" manual from our website.
  • The dimension of actuator will be varied according to the force?
    No. The factor to determine dimension of actuator is something to do with stroke. Under same stroke, there is no difference in dimension due to the different rated force. Because force/speed is determined by gear ratio in same body case. The stronger force, the slower speed.
  • Why are there two same connector ports on the actuator? What is the difference?
    Two connectors are physically & functionally same and they are for daisy chain connection between servo acutators. Under TTL or RS-485 data communication, user is able to assign ID for each actuator and control them respectively or all togehter as well. Under PWM signal mode, user is able to control multiple actuators with same motion, but cannot control each actuator with respectively different motions.