POE series Electric actuator 20-6000NM
Introducing the POE Series Electric Actuator 20-6000NM, your ultimate solution for valve actuation in demanding industrial environments! Engineered for safety and performance, this electric actuator is specifically designed for use with butterfly valve and ball valve, providing a reliable and efficient operation across a wide range of applications. Don’t let harsh operating conditions limit your productivity – trust the POE Series to ensure consistent, dependable valve control in explosion-proof environments.
Key Features & Benefits:
- Compact Design: Small, lightweight, and boasting a high torque output, the POE Series Electric Actuator is incredibly space-efficient while maintaining unparalleled performance. Designed with your requirements in mind, it offers a multitude of control options, ensuring seamless integration into your existing setup.
- Firm Corrosion-Resistant Housing: Constructed using durable aluminum alloy, the actuator’s body undergoes an anodic oxidation treatment followed by a polyester powder coating. This results in a robust corrosion-resistant housing, capable of withstanding even the harshest conditions. Furthermore, the POE Series Electric Actuator complies with IP67, NEMA 4, and 6 standards, guaranteeing protection against the elements.
- Wide Torque Range: Ranging from 20 to 6000 Nm, the POE Series can accommodate various valve sizes, catering to your specific application needs and ensuring optimal performance.
- Versatile Circuitry: Whether you require single-phase or three-phase power supply, the POE Series offers a circuit layout that can efficiently meet your power requirements. Additionally, the actuator’s terminal design can cater to a wide range of functional requirements, allowing for seamless integration into your infrastructure.
The POE Series Electric Actuator is your one-stop solution for unparalleled valve control in explosion-proof environments. With its compact design, corrosion-resistant housing, wide torque range, and versatile circuitry, it is the perfect fit for a diverse array of industrial applications.
And here’s the surprise: our actuator guarantees not only safety and reliability but also offers a competitive edge over other products in the market. Its compact design, diverse control options, and seamless adaptability to your existing infrastructure make it a must-have for industries where explosion-proof equipment is a necessity.
Don’t miss out on the performance, safety, and adaptability that the POE Series Valve Electric Actuator 20-6000NM provides. Invest in the future of your industrial operations and experience the benefits of this remarkable, cutting-edge actuator. Place your order now and elevate the safety and efficiency standards of your business!
Working time：20~200 S
Control：On-off / modulating type/ Intelligent type
Voltage：AC110~265V , AC / DC 24V Multi voltage input
Single phase: AC220V / AC110V / AC24V / DC24V
Applicable valve : Ball Valve (DN15-DN200); Butterfly Valve (DN25-DN600)
Bottom standard： ISO5211
Material of Actuator Body: Aluminium Alloy
- Compact design:Small, light and compact design, high torque and various control option will meet your specific requirement.
- Firm corrosion-resistant housing: The shell is made of aluminum alloy, with anodic oxidation treatment and polyester powder coating. It is strong corrosion-resistant and enclosure IP67,NEMA 4 and 6
- Wide torque range:20Nm-6000Nm.
- Circuit:Controlling circuit meets the single-phase or three-phase power supply standard, circuit layout is reasonable and compact, terminals meet various of additional functional requirements effectively.
|Aluminum alloy Shell, Enclosure:IP67
|220VAC/1ph,110VAC/1ph, 380V/440V/3ph,50/60Hz, ±10%
|Squirrel-cage asynchronous motor
|2×Open/ Close, SPDT,250VAC 10A
|Auxiliary limit switch
|2×Open/ Close, SPDT,250VAC 10A
|90°～270°±10°(Please specify in advance if over 90°)
|Internal-placed thermal protection, Open 120℃ ±5℃/Close 97℃ ± 5℃
|Continuous situation indication
|Mechanical handle（Handwheel is optional ）
|Self-locking by worm and worm gear
|2 x external adjustable stopper
|30W (110/220VAC) Anti-condensation
|2 Pieces M20*1.5 (POE-02 except)
|Grease moly（EP type）
|Steel, Aluminum alloy
|Max 90％ RH
|X Y Z 10g,0.2～34 Hz,30 minutes
|Dry powder, Epoxy polyester
|Proportion control unit(Control signal 4-20mA DC/1-5V/10V)
|Local control units (Local control open/stop/close optional switch, local/remote switch)
|Travel 120°, 180°,270°
|Direct current motor(24VDC)
|Electric current position sensor (Output 4-20mA DC)
|Self-reset when power failure
What is electric actuator?
An electric actuator is a device used to convert electricity into mechanical motion. It is also known as an electromechanical actuator and is most commonly found in industrial applications, such as controlling valves, dampers and other moving objects.
Electric actuators can be powered by either AC or DC power sources and are typically used for linear actuation tasks such as opening/closing doors or windows, lifting platforms, or controlling the flow of fluid through pipes. Electric actuators feature various components including a motorized gearbox that converts electrical input into rotational mechanical output, a switchgear cabinet for powering the gearbox motor, controls integrated with sensors to stop the actuation upon reaching desired position (such as open/closed), limit switches to prevent over travel of a linear movement device (open/close cycles), and drive systems with feedback control loops to provide an accurate mapping between electrical input signals (voltage) and linear output motion positions (move distance).
Electric actuators allow for precise control over speed and force when compared to manual operation of machinery. This makes them ideal for use in manufacturing processes where accuracy is critical – particularly those that require rapid start-stop repeated operations such as robotics assembly lines. Additionally electric actuator technology has allowed many medical devices like surgical robots to become commonplace in modern clinics due its repeatable high accuracy performance on small scale motion tasks.
What are the types of electric actuators?
Valve electric actuators are devices that control the flow of gas or liquid through a valve, usually in an automated fashion. They provide precise control over the process by converting electrical energy into mechanical movement. There are four main types of valve electric actuators: rotary, linear, sliding-stem, and diaphragm types.
Rotary actuators consist of an electric motor coupled to a gear reducer which is connected to a driven shaft used to open and close butterfly or ball valves. These motors are typically powered by AC/DC sources such as batteries or solar cells. Linear actuators use either pneumatic cylinders or electric motors to directly move the stem connecting the top of a valve with its bottom section (the seat). Sliding-stem actuators have two wheel bearings on each side that roll along tracks thereby moving the stem up and down vertically with regards to the direction of media flow through its body. Finally, diaphragm type electric actuators rely on hydraulic pressure created by multiple pressurized chambers in order for their operation; this type is mainly used for multiport valves (e.g., globe valves).
No matter what type you choose for your application needs, all these actuator systems will need some sort of controller which can be programmed via computer/human interface devices (HMI) like PLCs and SCADA systems in order to get accurate positional feedback from them when operating in automatic mode as well as convenient manual override capabilities whenever necessary. In summary, these four main types are great options for any industrial automation system requiring reliable control over fluid flow rates – so make sure you select yours wisely depending on your specific requirements!
Which valves are electric actuators used for?
Electric actuators are broadly used for operating certain valves, to control the opening and closing of a system. These valves include ball valves, butterfly valves, plug valves, diaphragm valves, and gate and globe valves. Ball Valves rely on the rotation of a metal ball within the valve body which is opened or closed by an electric actuator to create flow through a process line.
Butterfly Valves feature a disk that rotates along its vertical axis in order to open/close to regulate flows. Plug Valves use a plug-style stem with grooves or flats machined into it which rotate inside the valve body using an electric actuator to provide precise shutoff while allowing for different grades of flow adjustment as needed in certain applications.
Diaphragm Valves use an elastic membrane sealed tightly against valve body ports when compressed between two plates which are controlled by electric actuators often at low pressure rates or ultra-high purity requirements like pharmaceutical applications that must meet FDA guidelines.
Finally Gate & Globe Valves employ either wedge shaped plungers (Gate) or slender discs (Globe) attached to stems riding perpendicular inside cylindrical bodies governed by electric actuated operators usually requiring linear movements over very short distances often generated from small pulsed signals from master controllers – essential components in any automated process system today!
What are the explosion-proof levels of electric actuators?
When it comes to electric actuators, an explosion-proof level is a critical factor to consider. It refers to the degree of protection provided against explosions in hazardous locations. To understand how this works, we should first look at the three concept of Explosion Proof Protection: mechanical strength, flame-tightness and cooling effect.
Mechanical strength is when a device’s enclosure is strong enough to contain any potential pressure created by internal explosions or combustion and prevent combustible material from entering or exiting. Flame-tightness prevents sparks from external sources from entering into the enclosure while cooling effect protects by keeping temperatures inside the actuator below its flashpoint so that any internally generated sparks will not create an ignition source.
There are four different levels of explosion proof protection commonly used for electric actuators: Explosionproof (EEx d), Intrinsically Safe (EEx ib), Pressurized (EEx p) and Dust Ignitionproof (EEx m).
Explosionproof devices use increased air pressure within their enclosed casing which prevents outside air from entering during an internal explosion, therefore creating a vacuum that dissipates hazard vapors once released safely through sealed holes in the device structure ensuring no ignition can occur externally. This type of protection also includes additional safety provisions such as flame trap openings on exhaust vents and continuous thread seals that reduce friction caused by thermal expansion when used in high temperature applications.
Intrinsically Safe devices limit energy levels passing through circuit components so even if exposed to external explosive sources they will not ignite them—consequently providing safe operation without risk of fire/explosion propagation; making these devices particularly suitable for applications where large amounts of power are involved but require high safety standards such as fuel handling systems or petroleum refineries,. Pressurized Enclosures use inert gas filling in order to maintain constant pressure within its body preventing any outside vapor influx during an internal explosion; while Dust Ignitionproof enclosures provide additional layers of safety against dust particles infiltrating them due to geopolitical phenomena such as sand storms with coverings specially designed for rough terrain conditions.
Ultimately choosing one type over another depends on considerations like certifications requirements per hazardous zones declared at job sites, operational environment parameters like temperature extremes or humidity presence as well as budgeting constraints defining cost/quality equation that best fits your application needs .
Can electric actuators be used for ball valves?
Electric actuators can be used for ball valves as a cost-effective, efficient and reliable solution that contributes to process control.
These actuators provide excellent control characteristics on the range of valve sizes available today, from a small 1/4″ threaded ball valve up to large industrial butterfly valves. They offer precise positioning capability and smooth operation with low maintenance requirements and minimal downtime.
How do electric actuators work? Electric actuators are driven by an electric motor that provides rotary motion, which in turn is converted into linear motion at the output shaft using an internal gear system or other mechanism. This linear motion is applied directly to the stem of the valve through mechanical linkages allowing it to either open or close depending on its rotation and position relative to the valve body.
Electric actuator systems also have many advantages over manual types – such as increased accuracy of setpoint indication, greater repeatability, improved response speed as well as more rigorous safety features including anti-reverse and locking mechanisms which ensure secure performance under high pressure applications where standard manual devices cannot guarantee complete performance security.