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Product overview

LinmMot Product Overview

Linear motors

Pneumatics out, LinMot in - when positioning is required, or when dynamics are needed, or service life, or adjustable press force, or ...

Not only the technical data are decisive, but also the economic advantages pay off: no changeover times, higher production outputs, no damage when approaching products, no provision of compressed air. Linear motors are easy-to-use, purely electric positioning drives that have been specially developed for flexible and highly dynamic positioning tasks that cannot be solved with pneumatic drives.


  • Peak forces up to 2,720 N
  • Max. Speed: up to 9.5 m/s
  • Max. Stroke: up to 1,830 mm
  • Repeatability: up to 0.01 mm
  • Protection class: up to IP67

Stroke-turn motors

LinMot's PR01 series of stroke-rotation motors can be used to implement combined linear and rotary movements. The compact housing contains both a linear motor and a rotary direct drive, each controlled by a servo drive. In the higher-level controller, highly dynamic linear-rotary motion sequences can thus be realized, which can be programmed either synchronously with each other or completely independently of each other. As innovative design elements, complex tasks such as screwing in, closing, transferring, stacking, aligning and much more can be realized with a single component. Both the linear force (pressing force) and the torque (tightening torque) can be controlled independently of each other. The new lift-and-turn motors are also available with a hollow shaft.


  • Stroke range: 80 mm to 300 mm
  • Maximum force: 1,024 N
  • Nominal force: max. 354 N
  • max. speed: 2.000 min-1
  • max. torque: 8.9 Nm
  • Rated torque: max. 3 Nm

Linear guides

The H01 guide elements are Linear guides, selectable with recirculating ball bearing or plain bearing, especially for use with LinMot linear motors. The H01 linear guides eliminate the influence of a lateral load on the LinMot linear motors. The load mass can be mounted directly to the front plate of the guide. Both the front plate and the mounting options of the H-guide are compatible with the corresponding H-guides from pneumatics.

The high-precision shafts are guided in low-friction linear recirculating ball bearing and guideway assemblies or plain bearings. The plain bearing option is primarily used in applications where moisture (cleaning with water) or corrosion is expected and includes stainless shafts. Likewise, plain bearings should be used in applications with accelerations above 50 m/s².

The complete linear modules (H01 guide with LinMot linear motors) are highly dynamic, freely positionable design elements with a long service life. These modules are used in packaging technology, handling technology, in the construction of operating equipment as well as a variety of special machines.

The mounting dimensions are identical to the standard of pneumatic H-guides.

Servo Drives

LinMot Servo Drives are compact positioning controllers with integrated power output stage for controlling the linear motors. A powerful processor system ensures that the positions stored in the command table are approached precisely without delay. Thanks to the position sensors integrated in the linear motor, the drive is informed about the current position of the linear module at all times. The hardware of the LinMot Servo Drives also allows the connection of any single- or two-phase motors, such as LinMot linear motors, stepper motors, electromagnets, DC motors or voice coil motors, to operate mixed system configurations with one drive type.


  • 1- / 2- / 4-axis systems
  • Output currents up to 15 A
  • Up to 255 positions can be stored
  • Curve profiles storable
  • absolute / relative positioning
  • In position signal
  • Teach In
  • CAN bus, Profibus, Device Net, Profinet, Ethercat, Sercos III
  • Master Encoder Interface


MagSprings generate a constant (!) force over the entire working range.

These are passive components that require neither electricity nor compressed air. MagSprings are used, for example, in parallel with linear motors in vertical applications. They support the linear motor by balancing the weight of the load. By using MagSprings, a significantly smaller linear motor can be used, since the motor only has to apply the actual moving force. If the force of the MagSpring is selected to be greater than the weight force of the load mass, it can be achieved that the load is moved upwards to a safety position in the event of a power interruption.


  • Constant force
  • Passive component (no power or compressed air)
  • Forces up to 60 N
  • Strokes up to 290 mm
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