When it comes to linear motion, engineers often face two choices: voice-coil actuators (VCAs) or solenoids. Both are simple electromechanical devices that can accomplish the task. But there are definite differences between the two, and it’s important to select the component most suitable for the task at hand. Comparing the design and capabilities of the two components makes it easy to determine which
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