• GSM Series Integrated Motor Actuator Options
    Configuration Options

    GSM Series Configuration Options A-F

    AA = GSM Actuator Size (nominal)
    BB = Stroke Length
    CC = Screw Lead
    D = Connections
    E = Mounting
    F = Rod End Thread / Rod Material

    GGG = Feedback Type

    Your choice of drive will dictate the appropriate feedback device for your situation. Options for feedback type include an array of absolute, analog and incremental encoders, as well as custom feedback alternatives.

    HHH = Motor Stator

    Motor Stator options are described with a 3-digit code. The first digit calls out the stack length, the second digit designates the rated bus voltage, and the third digit identifies the number of poles. Please refer to the mechanical/electrical specifications for motor torque and actuator rated force.

    Motor Stators (all 8 Pole and Class 180H)

    1A8 = 1 stack, 24 VDC *
    1B8 = 1 stack, 48 VDC *
    1C8 = 1 stack, 120 VDC *
    118 = 1 stack, 115 VRMS
    138 = 1 stack, 230 VRMS
    158 = 1 stack, 400 VRMS
    168 = 1 stack, 460 VRMS

     

    2A8 = 2 stack, 24 VDC *
    2B8 = 2 stack, 48 VDC *
    2C8 = 2 stack, 120 VDC *
    218 = 2 stack, 115 VRMS
    238 = 2 stack, 230 VRMS
    258 = 2 stack, 400 VRMS
    268 = 2 stack, 460 VRMS

     

    * Low voltage stators may be limited to less than catalog rated torque and/or speed. Please contact your local sales representative when ordering this option.

    II = Motor Speed

    All Exlar T-LAM™ motors and actuators have a standard motor speed designator (described below). The designator represents the standard base speed of the motor for the selected bus voltage.

    Designator Base SpeedActuator/Motor Series
    -505000 rpmGSM20
    -303000 rpmGSM30, GSM40
    -01 … -99 Specialized speed *

    Note: It is not possible to produce every possible speed for each motor at each voltage. *

    Mechanical Options

    AR = External Anti-rotate Assembly

    This assembly restricts the actuator output rod from rotating when the load is not held by another method. Shorter actuators have a single anti-rotation mechanism; longer lengths have a mechanism on both sides.

    RB = Rear Electric Brake

    This is a rear, internal holding brake. The rear brake is spring activated and electrically released.

    SR = Splined Main Rod

    A ball spline shafting main rod with a ball spline nut that replaces the standard front seal and bushing assembly. This rod restricts rotation without the need for an external mechanism. The rod diameter will be the closest metric equivalent to our standard rod sizes. Since this option is NOT sealed, it is not suitable for environments in which contaminants may enter the actuator.

    Note: Adding this option affects the overall length and mounting dimensions.

    L1, L2, L3 = Adjustable External Travel Switch(es)

    External travel switches indicate travel to the controller and are adjustable for either the home or end position.

    * Some options are not available with every configuration. For options or specials not listed above or for extended temperature operation, please consult Exlar Applications Engineering.

     

    For a description of Class 1 Certifications, click here

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    IP Ratings for Exlar Actuators

  • Class 1 Division 2 Options
    Configuration Options

    GSM Class I Division 2 Configuration Options A-J

    AA = Actuator Frame Size (nominal)
    BB = Stroke Length
    CC = Screw Lead (position change per motor revolution)
    D = Connections
    E = Mounting
    F = Rod End Thread / Rod Material

    GGG = Feedback Type
    Your choice of drive will dictate the appropriate feedback device for your situation. Options for feedback type include an array of absolute, analog and incremental encoders, as well as custom feedback alternatives.

    H = Motor Stacks
    I = Voltage Rating
    J = Motor Poles

    KK = Motor Speed

    All Exlar T-LAM™ motors and actuators have a standard motor speed designator (described below). The designator represents the standard base speed of the motor for the selected bus voltage.

    DesignatorBase SpeedActuator / Motor Series
    -303000 rpmGSX/M30, GSX/M40
    -242400 rpmGSX/M50, GSX60
    -01 … -99specialized speed *

    Note: It is not possible to produce every possible speed for each motor at each voltage. *

    Mechanical Options

    NI = Non-incendive Construction (required for Class I Div 2)

    Construction of equipment that, under normal operating conditions, is not capable, due to arcing or thermal effects, of igniting the flammable gas-, vapor-, or dust-air mixture.

    AR = External Anti-rotate Assembly

    This assembly restricts the actuator output rod from rotating when the load is not held by another method. Shorter actuators have a single anti-rotation mechanism; longer lengths have a mechanism on both sides.

    RB = Rear Electric Brake

    This is a rear, internal holding brake. The rear brake is spring activated and electrically released.

    Special Motor-Related Options

    XL = Special (Non-Standard) Lubrication

    The XL option in the model number specifies some form of lubrication other than the standard provided by Exlar®, which is Mobilith SHC220. Special lubricants include other greases, such as JAX FG-2 food grade or Mobilgrease 28. Another non-standard option is oil cooling.*

    XM = Special Motor Option

    Special Motor Options should be listed as XM and must be approved by Exlar.*

    Special Rod End Attachments

    GSM Class I Division 2 Special Rod End Attachments

    Please note that specialized rod end attachments must be ordered separately from the actuator. 

    CP = Clevis Pin
    RC = Rear Clevis Pin
    RE = Rod Eye
    SRM = Spherical Rod Eye

    * Some options are not available with every configuration. For additional details and valid configurations, please consult Exlar Applications Engineering.

     

    For a description of Class 1 Certifications, click here

    Cables and Connections

    IP Ratings for Exlar Actuators