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Does your application require a Small Space? 
Self Contained operation? Or Plug and Play installation?

We have the solution.

Parker offers the Compact EHA, its newest and most innovative Hydraulic Cylinder. 

Parker Compact EHA (Electro-Hydraulic Actuator) is a self-contained, bi-directional DC motor driven pump with an integral hydraulic cylinder

Compact EHA Features & Benefits

  • Double-acting hydraulic cylinder with stroke lengths of 4, 6 and 8 
  • Forces up to 21.35 kN (4,800 lbf)
  • Pressure up to 207 bar (3,000 psi)
  • Speed up to 84 m/sec (3.3 in/sec)
  • Reversible gear pump fully enclosed in reservoir to avoid contamination
  • Rugged DC Motor available in 12 VDC or 24 VDC
  • Easy to install, universal orientation for easy mounting
  • Meets IP 65 and IP67, salt spray test per ASTM B1117
    and MIL-STD-810F for vibration
  • Manual release option
  • CE Certified

Taking a time proven offering in the marine world, simplifying the design, and broadening the orientation and performance options comes up with a unit that meets the actuation needs for a wide variety of markets. 

EHA provides power dense, low-noise performance in an affordable package.  The robust, leak free, one-piece housing design delivers system simplicity and lower installation costs.  The small footprint reduces space and weight claim.  EHA allows decoupling from main hydraulic system reducing parasitic losses for better fuel efficiency and lower operating costs.   It eliminates hoses, fittings, valves and fixtures and is easy to integrate into larger systems.  The extended service life dramatically lowers maintenance requirements and costs.  The EHA comes pre-flushed, filled and sealed and operates in a variety of harsh environments.

Compact EHA Applications
The flexibility of EHA makes it a great fit for UTV/ATV, mini-construction and agricultural equipment and attachments. EHA is well suited for use in marine, patient handling, and turf care applications.  Niche actuation for trucks and maintenance vehicles with an EHA enables decoupling from larger hydraulic systems for energy savings.  Industrial, material handling and alternative energy markets all have a place for EHA.