Schunk - ELP Electric Linear Module

The ELP is practically wear-free with a long service life and low maintenance cycles. The control and power electronics are directly integrated into the module, and can be controlled by a fieldbus distributor or through digital signals.

The SCHUNK ELP can be adjusted in two simple steps making it the most user friendly electric linear module on the market! The end positions can be mechanically adjusted with a screw and the speed of extension and retraction is adjusted using rotary switches on the side of the unit.


Speed can be automatically adjusted, depending on extension weight and no shock absorber adjustment is necessary, because the drive automatically regulates the brake process. The ELP is practically wear-free with a long service life and low maintenance cycles. The control and power electronics are directly integrated into the module, and can be controlled by a fieldbus distributor or through digital signals.


About SCHUNK
SCHUNK is a competence leader for gripping systems and clamping technology. About 3,000 employees in 9 plants and 33 directly owned subsidiaries ensure an intensive market presence. With more than 11,000 standard components SCHUNK offers the worlds largest assortment of gripping systems and clamping technology from one source. Since 2012, Goalkeeper legend Jens Lehmann is brand ambassador for safe, precise gripping and holding. www.schunk.com

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