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Part # Distributor Manufacturer Product Category Description
M9220-BGA-3 Global Industrial Johnson Controls Inc Not Provided Johnson Controls Spring Return Damper Actuator - M9220-Bga-3
M9220-BGC-3 Global Industrial Johnson Controls Inc Not Provided Johnson Controls Spring Return Damper Actuator - M9220-Bgc-3
M9132-AGA-2 Global Industrial Johnson Controls Inc Not Provided Johnson Controls Damper Actuator - M9132-Aga-2
MS4110A1200 PLC Radwell Honeywell Not Provided DAMPER ACTUATOR, SPRING RETURN, 44 LB-IN (5 NM), T
MS8110A1008 PLC Radwell Honeywell Not Provided DAMPER ACTUATOR, SPRING RETURN, 88 LB-IN, TWO-POSI
M8415A1004 PLC Radwell Honeywell Ssec Not Provided DAMPER ACTUATOR SPRING RET. 24V 60HZ 25LB-IN TIMIN
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  • Wiring for Damper Actuators and Control Valves (.pdf)
    and actuator if you know the controller power supply uses half wave rectification. Wiring for Damper Actuators and Control Valves Wiring for. Damper Actuators and Control Valves. July 2011. Wiring for Damper Actuators and Control Valves. General Wiring Instructions. WARNING: The wiring technician
  • Damper Applications Guide: Constant Volume Damper and Actuator Characteristics (.pdf)
    the pressurization of the building. A slight positive pressure is needed to prevent infiltration of unconditioned outside air. Damper Applications Guide Constant Volume Damper and Actuator Characteristics September 1999 ®. Actuators for heating,. ventilation, air-conditioning. Damper Applications Guide
  • Actuator Sizing for Damper Applications
    You have selected your damper by size and functional requirements, but now the question, "How much actuator do I need to obtain maximum close-off and to withstand the many cycles of operation?" This is a good question, and yet little information is published on this subject. Hopefully the following
  • Tractor Cab Suspension and Lift Control
    . their unique ability to monitor. more than one magnet allows two section damper/actuators to use. Hydraulic positioning cylinders used as lifts are an ideal application for. one sensor to monitor each section’s unique parameter. These sensors. MTS C-Sereis sensors. C-Series sensors offer convenient
  • Spring Return Electric Actuators Meet Fire Standards for Tunnels
    with mechanical springs that close (or open) the damper upon loss of power at the actuator. Further, the motorized dampers must function at elevated temperatures to be effective. The ProMation PA series of spring return quarter turn, fail-safe electric actuators successfully performed a high temperature
  • Electronic or Pneumatic Actuation? Advantages of Belimo Electronic Direct Coupled Actuators (.pdf)
    . BALL JOINT. On the other hand, depending upon. F. S. which pneumatic actuator manufac-. F. SIGNAL. L. turer’s specifications are consulted,. F. A. BLADE. the gradual operation damper area is. from 50%-20% of that recommended. STEM. for 2-position operation. This is. SHAFT. because the hysteresis
  • Fail-safe Actuators: When Failure Is Not an Option
    Actuators are a small part relative to the overall systems they live in. Many of these devices weigh in at only ten or twenty pounds. But they are a small component that plays a crucial role: When it's time for a valve or damper to close, for a flow to stop, or for a system to shut down
  • When are Manual Actuators a Good Fit?
    Actuators can have many different sizes, shapes and functions, but all of them require some sort of input power to move the valve or the damper they are mounted on. On this blog, we have talked about many different input sources in the past, from compressed air for pneumatic actuators
  • DUTY CYCLE | WHAT ACTUATOR BUYERS NEED TO KNOW NOW...
    for a specific application. Understanding duty cycle is. necessary in order to determine an acceptable operating time so that the thermal over load. in the motor is not exceeded during valve or damper automation. Actuator inefficiencies cause the motor temperature to rise. At a critical temperature
  • Mounting Methods Guide (.pdf)
    . 50. 40. 40. ➂. 30. 30. 20. 20. 10. 10. 0. 0. IND-2. -5. -5. Top of actuator. L. R. Fig 1.10 ZDB-AF2 Angle of Rotation Limiter with IND-2. indicator for short shaft mounting using AF/NF actuators. SM. . type actuator. Fig. 1.12 ZG-AF Damper linkage kit Kit contains: ➀ 1 crankarm with retaining clip

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