L12 EV3 Linear Actuator

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  • FRG-L12-EV3-50
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  Lego Mindstorms*, EV3*, Power Functions*, and Technic* compatible... more
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Lego Mindstorms*, EV3*, Power Functions*, and Technic* compatible linear actuators. These linear actuators are self contained units which include an electric motor. They will push up to 25N and move at 12mm/s unloaded. The maximum movement of this model is 50mm (~2 Inches).

For use with your NXT* or EV3* Brick, you will need one of the standard motor connection cables that are included in the Mindstorms* kit. The L12-NXT Software Block can be downloaded from L12-NXT Block , and the L12-EV3 block can be downloaded from L12 EV3 Block

Please note: The Lego Group does not endorse these products. 

*Lego, NXT, EV3, Mindstorms, Technic and Power Functions are trademarks of The Lego Group.

grade: Diploma/ Vocational/ Uni
Programming Language: EV3 Software
Subject: physics, Robotics/ Microcontrollers
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Based in Victoria BC Canada, Actuonix Motion Devices Inc is a private company dedicated... more
Supplier "Actuonix Motion Devices"

Based in Victoria BC Canada, Actuonix Motion Devices Inc is a private company dedicated to providing innovative and economical solutions for the growing needs of the emerging consumer electronics and commercial robotics markets. In business since 2005, Actuonix is a leading manufacturer and innovator in the micro motion marketplace.


Actuonix designs and manufactures it's own line of micro DC linear actuators and linear servos to drive a new generation of compact robots, R/C models, and motion-enabled consumer products.