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Re: How does the rotary actuator work?

According to the 2004 Pneumatics Manual, the rotary actuator we have access to is limited to 90degrees of motion. It is rated at 0.166 in-lbs/PSI, so at 60PSI, that works out to 9.96 in-lbs of torque.