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INDUSTRIAL CONTROL HANDBOOK - 2.1 INTRODUCTION

An actuator performs work. Controlled by a computer, it provides the output of an automated system. There is a wide range of actuators available for designers to choose from. In this chapter, we will examine the characteristics of some, but definitely not all, types of actuators. We will first examine the simplest and most common, then move on to cover some of the more unique and special-purpose actuators. A later chapter will cover motors.

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