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Linear actuators

LA10

Compact and discreet linear actuator ideal for furniture, such as pedestal recliners, where space is limited. Two or more LA10 actuators can be serially connected, making the traditional control box obsolete, reducing the number of cables, and thereby minimising the risk of cable-related quality issues.

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LA10

This electric linear actuator was designed especially for adjustment systems in pedestal recliners.

The LA10 is compact and discreet, fitting in perfectly where space is limited. The serial-connection set-up makes traditional control boxes redundant and helps minimise the number of cables in the system overall. This helps neutralise common root causes of quality issues.

Serial connection enables the LA10 actuators to ‘share intelligence’. This means that the order/sequence of daisy-chained actuators is irrelevant. The second they are connected they know their position in the chain. Only one cable connects these actuators to each other, conveying both the power and the data needed to run the system. With this ‘power line communication’, it is also irrelevant which actuator you choose to plug into the BLE2DC plug needed to create a wireless connection to your  control unit.

Finally, the linear actuator LA10 comes with its own configurator solution. This expands flexibility and allows you to reconfigure the actuator yourself when your furniture design changes, thereby saving time to market. 

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LA10 system data sheet

View the data sheet as an online magazine or download the PDF.

LA10 system user manual

This user manual will explain how to pair, set up and use the LA10 system for recliners.

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Recliner - How do I assemble the LA10 system for recliners without a battery?

Learn how to assemble the LA10 actuator system for recliners without a battery.

The system in the video consist of the following:

  • Single actuator LA10
  • Bluetooth dongle BLE2DC
  • Mounting bracket MB001 (mounting this is described in Mounting the control unit for LA10)
  • Charging point CP002
  • Connection cable
  • Safety release cable
  • Power cable
  • SMPS006
  • Charging cable
  1. Plug the Bluetooth dongle into the LA10 actuator - you know it is in place when you hear a click.
  2. Connect the two LA10 actuator with the connection cable.
  3. Connect the Charging Point to the actuator LA10 using the remaining free slot.
  4. Connect the power cable to the power supply SMPS006.
  5. Plug the charging cable into the SMPS006 and connect the safety release cable..
  6. Connect the safety release cable to the charging point.
  7. You now have an assembled system for recliners

For more information about the LINAK® Recliner system, please visit the recliner application page.

Recliner - How do I buy a new remote control for my recliner with a LINAK system?

Contact the place you purchased your recliner. LINAK® does not sell the controls directly to consumers.

Recliner - How do I know if my recliner has a LINAK system?

Learn how to see if your recliner has a LINAK® system.

You can usually see if a system is produced by LINAK by looking at the SMPS or under the batteries in the hand control.

Recliner - How do I mount the BP10 in a recliner?

Learn how to mount the different versions of the hand control BP10 and the matching mounting bracket in a recliner with LINAK® systems.

To mount the Control unit you will need:

  • Mounting bracket MB001
  • One of the BP10 controls. This video shows the BP12.
  • A screw driver
  • Four screws. Countersunk 45°, flat head, max. ø3.5 mm.
  1. Place the bracket in the recliner where you want it to go. Use the screws to mount it firmly.
  2. Place the metal plate in the bracket and click the top part in place on top of the metal plate. You will hear a click when it is in place.
  3. Place the control unit in the bracket.

For more information about the LINAK Recliner system, please visit the recliner application page.

Recliner - How do I mount the Charging Point in a recliner?

Learn how to mount the charging point CP002 and CP003 in a recliner with LINAK® systems.

  1. To mount the CP002 and CP003, you will need to drill a hole into the surface where you want to use it. For CP002, drill a 24-mm hole and for the CP003 drill a 30-mm hole.
  2. From the back, push the ring over the charging point until it is fastened tight to the fabric. You will hear a click.
  3. The inner ring of the Charging Point will light up when connected to power to indicate the charging.

For more information about the LINAK Recliner system, please visit the recliner application page.

Recliner - How do I pair the BP10 control with a recliner?

Learn how to pair the BP10 control to a recliner with a LINAK® system.

  1. (Re)connect the system to power.
  2. Press the two top buttons of the control unit at the same time.
  3. Your control is now paired to the system and is ready for use.

For more information about the LINAK recliner system, please visit the recliner application page.

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