Siemens LB 75 Series Specifications

Technical Instructions
Document No. 155-176P25
EA GBB/GIB-1
December 15, 2004
OpenAir™ GBB/GIB Series
Electronic Damper Actuators
NSR Rotary, 24 Vac - Modulating Control
Description
The OpenAir direct coupled 24 Vac non-spring return (NSR) rotary electric actuator is
designed for modulating control of building HVAC dampers.
Features
•
Built-in feedback on modulating units
•
Unique self-centering shaft coupling
•
All metal housing
•
Two torque ranges available
•
Manual override
•
Offset and span adjustment models available
•
Independently adjustable dual auxiliary switches available
•
UL, cUL and CE listed
Product Numbers
Table 1.
24 Vac Operating Voltage
Torque
221 lb-in
(25 Nm)
310 lb-in
(35 Nm)
Application
Input
Signal
Cabling
Standard
Span/Offset
Adjustable
Dual Auxiliary
Switches and
Span/Offset
Adjustable
Dual Auxiliary
Switches only
0 to 10 Vdc
Standard
GBB161.1U
Plenum Cable GBB161.1P
GBB163.1U
GBB163.1P
GBB164.1U
GBB164.1P
GBB166.1U
GBB166.1P
0 to 10 Vdc
Standard
Plenum Cable
GIB163.1U
GIB163.1P
GIB164.1U
GIB164.1P
GIB166.1U
GIB166.1P
GIB161.1U
GIB161.1P
These actuators are used in constant or variable air volume installations for the control of supply
return air, mixed air, exhaust, rooftop units, and face and bypass dampers requiring up to 221 lb-in
(25 Nm) torque or 310 lb-in (35 Nm) torque.
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Technical Instructions
Document Number 155-176P25
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GBB/GIB Series NSR Rotary 24 Vac - Modulating Control
Warning/Caution Notations
WARNING:
Personal injury/loss of life may occur if you do perform a as specified.
CAUTION:
Specifications
Power supply
Control Signal
Feedback Signal
Equipment Rating
Auxiliary Features
Equipment damage or loss of data may occur if you do not follow a
procedure as specified.
Operating voltage (G–G0)
Frequency
Power consumption
Running…
Holding…
24 Vac ±20%
50/60 Hz
8 VA, 8W
1.1W
For one tandem application
12 VA
of two actuators
Input signal (Y–G0)
voltage-input
0 to 10 Vdc
Input resistance
>100K ohms
Position output signal (U–G0)
Voltage-output
0 to 10 Vdc
Maximum output current
DC 1 mA
Operating voltage, input signal and
Class 2, in accordance with UL/CSA
position output signal
Plenum type actuators as a whole device
Class 2 in accordance with UL/CSA
Dual auxiliary switches
AC rating (standard cable)
AC rating (Plenum cable)
DC rating (Standard/Plenum cable)
24 to 250 Vac
AC 6A resistive
AC 2A general purpose
24 Vac
AC 4A resistive
AC 2A general purpose
12 to 30 Vdc
DC 2A
Switch Range
Switch A
Recommended range usage
Factory setting
Switch B
Recommended range usage
Factory setting
0 to 90° with 5° intervals
0 to 45°
5°
0 to 90° with 5° intervals
45 to 90°
85°
Switching hysteresis
2°
WARNING:
Apply only AC-line voltage from the same phase or only UL-Class 2 voltage (SELV
for CE conformance) to the switching outputs of both auxiliary switches A and B.
Mixed operation is not permissible.
NOTE:
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With plenum cables, only UL-Class 2 voltage (SELV for CE is
permissible).
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Function
Torque
GBB…
GIB…
Runtime for 90° opening or closing
Mounting
Nominal angle of rotation
Maximum angular rotation
Noise level
Shaft size
Housing
Minimum shaft length
Enclosure
Specifications,
Continued
Ambient Conditions
Material
Gear lubrication
Ambient temperature
Operation
Storage and transport
Ambient humidity (non-condensing)
Agency Approvals
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221 lb-in (25 Nm)
310 lb-in (35 Nm)
125 seconds at 60 Hz
150 seconds at 50 Hz
90°
95°
<45 dBA
3/8 to 1-inch (8 to 25.6 mm) diameter
1/4 to 5/8-inch (6 to 18 mm) square
3/4-inches (20 mm)
NEMA 2 in vertical position to 90°
to the left and right of vertical
See Figure 17
NEMA 3R rated when installed with
ASK75.1U Weather Shield in the
vertical position. See Accessories.
IP54 according to EN60529
Die cast aluminum alloy
Silicone-free
-25°F to 130°F (-32°C to 55°C)
-40°F to 158°F (-40°C to 70°C)
95% rh
UL listed to UL873
cUL certified to Canadian Standard
C22.2 No. 24-93
CE conformity:
Electromagnetic compatibility 89/336/EEC
Low-voltage directive 73/23/EEC
Miscellaneous
Pre-cabled connection
Cable length
Life cycle
Dimensions
Weight
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18 AWG
3 feet (0.9m)
Designed for over 60,000 full strokes
and a minimum of 1.5 million
repositions at rated torque and
temperature
See Figure 28
4.4 lbs (2 kg)
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Accessories
GBB/GIB Series NSR Rotary 24 Vac - Modulating Control
NOTE:
Neither the control signal adjustments nor the auxiliary switches can be
added in the field. Order the product numbers that include these options.
EA0477R2
ASK71.1U: Kit allows foot mounting of
the OpenAir actuators. Kit should be
used for in-the-air stream applications,
and anywhere a foot-mounted actuator
can be mounted. Kit contains:
(4 each)
Figure 1. Floor Mount Kit.
• Crank arm that changes the angular
rotation into a linear stroke
• Support bearing ring to minimize
side loading on the actuator’s output
bearing
• Mounting bracket
• Required mounting fasteners
EA0476R2
ASK71.2U: Kit allows mounting of
OpenAir actuators directly to a damper
frame. Kit should be used with louvers
and vents and in applications where use
of the floor mount kit is not possible.
EA0495R1
Figure 2. Frame Mount Kit.
EA0494R1
Figure 3. Crank Arm Kit.
Figure 4. Crank Arm Kit with Mounting
Bracket.
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Kit contains:
• Crank arm that changes the angular
rotation into a linear stroke
• Support bearing ring to minimize
side loading on the actuator’s output
bearing
• Mounting bracket
• Required mounting fasteners
ASK71.3: Kit allows a direct-coupled
actuator to provide an auxiliary linear
drive. Crank arm kit can be used to
simultaneously drive a set of opposing or
adjacent dampers with a single actuator.
Kit contains:
• Crank arm that attaches to the
splined hub of the shaft adapter
• Other required mounting fasteners
ASK71.4: Kit allows economical
mounting of OpenAir actuators to a
variety of surfaces. Kit should be used in
applications where the actuator can be
rigidly surface mounted and a linear
stroke output is required. Kit contains:
• Crank arm that attaches to the
splined hub of the shaft adapter
• Mounting bracket
• Required mounting fasteners
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ASK73.1U: Provides an extended antirotation pin that allows two modulating
GIB actuators to directly drive a single
damper shaft. For any combination of
GIB161x and GIB166x actuators.
Accessories,
EA0496R1
Continued
EA0497R1
Figure 5. Tandem Mounting Bracket.
Figure 6. Special Shaft Adapter.
Bracket must be ordered for tandem
installation.
ASK74.1U: Shaft adapter attaches to a
1.05-inch (26.6 mm) diameter shaft;
whereas, the standard self-centering
adapter accepts up to a 1.00-inch (25 mm)
diameter shaft. This special adapter can be
used for coupling to 1-inch jackshafts that
are slightly oversized.
Shaft adapter is 13/16-inches (20 mm)
shorter than the height of the self-centering
shaft adapter.
985-052P20: Small shaft insert (package of
20) when using the GIB actuator on a
damper shaft less than 3/4-inch (20 mm)
diameter.
EA0845R1
ASK75.1U: The GBB/GIB actuators are
UL listed to meet NEMA 3R
requirements (a degree of protection
against rain, sleet, and damage from
external ice formation) when installed
with this ASK75.1U weather shield and
outdoor-rated conduit fittings in the
vertical position.
(14)
Figure 7. Weather Shield.
EA0992R1
Heating
Element
For dimensions, see Figure 27.
985-106: Provides protection for GIB,
GBB and GCA OpenAir actuators in an
outside low temperature. Assembly
includes:
• Weather Shield (ASK75.1U)
• Heater Kit (985-105)S
Thermostat
Figure 8. Heater/Weather
Shield Assembly.
EA1059R1
985-008: 1/2-inch (12 mm) for 1/2-inch
NPT connector.
Figure 9. Conduit Adapter.
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EA0499R1
EA0498R1
EA0500R1
Service Parts
Figure 10.
Position Indicator.
985-003
(package of 10)
Figure 11.
Standard Shaft Adapter.
985-004
Actuator
Components
Figure 12.
Anti-rotation (Mounting) Bracket.
985-006
Legend
10
9
1
1. Positioning scale for angle
of rotation
90
2. Span adjustment
A
B
PUSH
11
3. Offset (start point)
adjustment
8
7
6
4. Direction of rotation arrow
5. Connection cables
12
6. Manual override
Span, DU
2
10
2
16
30 24
EA0375R1
3
4
7. Auxiliary switch B
Offset, Uo
0 1
2
3
5
8. Auxiliary switch A
4
9. Position indicator
13
10. Self-centering shaft
adapter
EA1150R1
5
Figure 13. Components of the Modulating
Actuator.
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11. Shaft adapter locking clip
12. Position indicator adapter
13. Mounting bracket
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Operation
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A continuous 0 to 10 Vdc signal from a controller to wire Y operates the damper
actuator. The angle of rotation is proportional to the control signal. A 0 to 10 Vdc
position feedback output signal is available between wires U and G0 (system neutral) to
monitor the position of the damper motor.
In the event of a power failure, depending on load, the actuator may not hold the
commanded (or new) position. In the event only the control signal is lost, the actuator
returns to the "0" position.
In the event of a blockage in the damper, the actuator is overload protected over the full
range to prevent damage to the actuator.
Life Expectancy
An improperly tuned loop will cause excessive repositioning that will shorten the life of
the actuator.
Control Signal
Adjustment
GBB/GIB 163x GBB/GIB 164x
The offset (start point) and span of the control signal can be adjusted. The offset point,
U0, (start point) can be adjusted between 0 to 5 Vdc. The span, ∆U, can be adjusted
between 2 to 30 Vdc.
YS (%)
100
1)
3)
2)
Control
Signals
2
Span, U
10
16
Ys
Yu
U0
∆U
24
2
5
UO
10
35
YU (v)
Offset, Uo
1
0
2
∆U (max. 30 V)
3
Mechanical positioning range
(100% = angle of rotation 90°)
Control signal
Offset (start point)
Span
1. Uo =0V, ∆U = 2V
Minimum working range
for Ys = 100%
2. Uo = 5V, ∆U = 30V Maximum working range
for Ys = 100%
3. Uo = 0V, ∆U ≈ 10V Factory setting
5
Uo
4
U
EA0544R1
EA0411R1
30
0
Setting for
10V span
0 offset
Figure 14. Minimum, Factory Setting, and
Maximum Control Signal Adjustment.
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Operation,
Continued
Open the actuator from 0% to 50% (45°) using a control signal of Umin = 2V to Umax= 10V.
Control Signal
Adjustment Example
∆U =
Calculating the value of ∆U:
100 [%] x (U max − U min)
Working angle of rotation [%]
Settings:
=
100% x (10V - 2V)
50%
= 16 V
YS (%)
100
Uo = 2V; ∆U = 16V
50
Umin = minimum control signal
Umax = maximum control signal
0
EA0412R1
2
Uo
Umin
10
18
YU (v)
∆U (16 V)
Umax
Figure 15. Example.
Dual Auxiliary Switch
GBB/GIB 164x, and GBB/GIB 166x
-2,5
0
10
20
30
70
80
A
EA0640R1
0
92,5 90
90 92,5
B
10
20
30
70
80
80
70
60
20
10
90
0 -2,5
Actuator Scale:
clockwise
Adjustment range for Switches A and B
Setting interval: 5°
Switching hysteresis: 2°
Actuator Scale:
counterclockwise
NOTE: The auxiliary switch setting shafts turn together with the actuator. The scales are
valid only when the actuator is in the "0" position on clockwise motion.
To change the settings of A and B, use a
flat-blade screwdriver to turn the switch
adjustment dials to the desired setting at
which a signal is to be given.
A
AUX 40
SWITCH 20
ADJ
30
Factory setting
5°
85°
40
10
70
90
80
50 60 70
EA0304R1
B
Switch A
Switch B
20
Figure 16. Dual Auxiliary Switch Dials.
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Sizing
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The number of actuators required depends on several factors. To determine the
quantity of actuators required for the installation, do the following:
1. Obtain damper torque ratings (ft-lb/ft2 or Nm/m2) from the damper manufacturer.
2. Determine the area of the damper.
3. Calculate the total torque required to move the damper:
Total Torque = Torque Rating × Damper Area
4. Select the total quantity of actuators required:
Number of actuators =
Total Damper Torque required
1
SF x Actuator Torque (Refer to Specifications)
1
Safety Factor: When calculating the number of actuators required, a safety factor
should be included for unaccountable variables such as slight misalignments, aging
of the damper, etc. A suggested safety factor is 0.80 (or 80% of the rated torque).
Mounting and
Installation
<9
0˚
NEMA 2
< 90
90
˚
˚
EA1152R1
EA1104R1
NEMA 2
Figure 17. Acceptable NEMA 2
Positions.
0
< 90
90
Figure 18. Acceptable NEMA 2 Position
for Tandem Applications.
The direction of rotation switch must be set to match the clockwise or
counterclockwise rotation of the damper shaft. The factory setting is clockwise. See
Figure 13 for location on the actuator.
EA0320R2
•
<9
CLOCKWISE
COUNTER CLOCKWISE
Figure 19. Direction of Rotation Switch.
•
The minimum damper drive shaft length is 3/4-inches (20 mm). The shaft length
determines whether the shaft adapter will be mounted on the front or back side of
the actuator.
•
See Specifications for minimum and maximum damper shaft dimensions.
•
The shaft adapter can be mounted on either side of the actuator. The direction of
rotation and shaft length determine how the shaft adapter will be mounted on the
actuator.
•
The position indicator can be mounted to show either the clockwise or
counterclockwise 0 to 90 scale.
•
The actuator is shipped from the factory with a 5° pre-load to ensure tight close off
of the damper.
•
The shaft adapter and mounting parts are shipped in a separate container with the
actuator.
•
Detailed mounting instructions are included with each actuator.
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Mounting and
Installation, continued
•
The direction of rotation switches must be set identically on both actuators
according to the clockwise or counterclockwise rotation of the damper shaft.
The factory setting is clockwise. See Figure 13 for location on the actuators.
•
The tandem actuator pair is intended for use on the same mechanical load.
•
Minimum damper drive shaft length is 4-inches (100 mm).
Tandem Applications
CAUTION:
No more than three actuators are to be used in tandem applications.
Manual override
To move the damper blades when
power is not present:
3
1. Hold down the PUSH button.
2. Make adjustments to the damper
position.
3
3. Release the PUSH button.
If there is no load, the
actuator will hold the new
damper position. If load
conditions exist, the
actuator might not be able
to hold.
2
SH
PU
SH
PU
PUSH
EA0360R1
NOTE:
2
PUSH
1
L > 3 in.
77mm
L < 3 in.
77mm
Figure 20. Manual Override.
Once power is restored, the actuator
returns to automated control.
Mechanical Range
Adjustment
The angular rotation is adjustable
between 0 and 90° at 5-degree
intervals. The range of shaft
movement is limited by mounting the
shaft adapter:
1
2
1. Loosen the shaft adapter from the
damper shaft and remove the
actuator from the damper shaft.
SH
EA0305R2
PU
Figure 21.
2. Remove the clip and shaft adapter
from the actuator.
90
90
90
90
90
90
PUSH
PUSH
Figure 22.
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EA0650R1
EA0649R1
EA0648R1
PUSH
Figure 23.
Figure 24.
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Mechanical Range
Adjustment,
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3. Return the actuator gear train to the "0" position using the steps that follow for the
clockwise or counterclockwise damper shaft rotation.
Clockwise-to-open:
a. Insert the shaft adapter to the right as close as possible to the raised stop. See
Figure 22.
b. Hold down the PUSH button and rotate the shaft adapter to the left until it stops.
See Figure 23.
c.
Release the PUSH button.
d. If the shaft adapter is not resting against the left raised stop, remove the adapter
and insert it against the left stop.
e. Place the position indicator to the "0" position on the outside scale.
See Figure 24.
Counterclockwise-to-open:
a. Insert the shaft adapter to the left as close as possible to the raised stop.
b. Hold down the PUSH button and rotate the shaft adapter to the right until it stops.
c.
Release the PUSH button.
d. If the shaft adapter is not resting against the right raised stop, remove the adapter
and insert it against the right stop.
e. Place the position indicator to "0" on the inside scale.
4. Determine the angle of rotation for the damper blade shaft. Subtract that amount from
90°.
5. Remove the shaft adapter and insert it with the position indicator pointing to mark on the
scale calculated in the previous step. See Figure 25.
6. Attach the clip.
7. Rotate the damper blade shaft to its "0" position.
8. Return the actuator to the damper shaft and tighten the shaft adapter to the damper shaft.
ANGL
E
OF
RO
TA
T
N
IO
90
90
EA0651R1
PUSH
Figure 25. Mechanical Range Adjustment.
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Reversing the Position
Indicator
GBB/GIB Series NSR Rotary 24 Vac - Modulating Control
Reverse the position indicator so that the counterclockwise 0 to 90 scale is visible. See
Figure 26.
POSITION
INDICATOR
1
2
3
SH
SH
PU
EA0551R2
PU
Figure 26. Position Indicator.
Wiring
All wiring must conform to NEC and local codes and regulations.
Use earth ground isolating step-down Class 2 transformers. Do not use
autotransformers.
The maximum rating for a Class 2 step-down transformer is 100 VA. Determine
the supply transformer rating by summing the VA ratings of all actuators and all
other components used. It is recommended that one transformer power no more
than 10 actuators (or 80% of its VA).
WARNINGS:
•
Mixed switch operation is not permitted to the switching outputs of both
auxiliary switches (A and B).
•
Either AC line voltage from the same phase must be applied to all six
outputs of the dual auxiliary switches, or UL-Class 2 voltage must be
applied to all six output.
NOTE:
With plenum cables, only UL-Class 2 voltage is permitted.
CAUTION:
Do not parallel wire GBB/GIB with any other type of actuator, including
GBB/GIB actuators with date codes earlier than 501.
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Wire Designations
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Each wire has the standard symbol printed on it. See Table 2.
8
9
EA0284R1
S1
S4
A
B
S2 S3
S5 S6
M
1
2
Table 2. Wire Designations.
Standard
Symbol
Function
Terminal
Designations
1
2
8
9
S1
S2
S3
S4
S5
S6
Supply (SP)
Neutral (SN)
0 to 10 Vdc
Output for 0 to 10 Vdc position indication
Switch A – Common
Switch A – Normally Closed
Switch A – Normally Open
Switch B – Common
Switch B – Normally Closed
Switch B – Normally Open
G
G0
Y
U
Q11
Q12
Q14
Q21
Q22
Q24
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Color
Red
Black
Gray
Pink
Gray/red
Gray/blue
Gray/pink
Black/red
Black/blue
Black/pink
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Start-Up/
Commissioning
GBB/GIB Series NSR Rotary 24 Vac - Modulating Control
1.
Check that offset (start point) and span are set correctly, if used.
2.
Check that the direction of the rotation switch matches the rotation of the damper shaft.
3.
Check the operation:
a. Connect wires 1 (red) and 2 (black) to the actuator.
b. Set the DMM dial to Vdc.
c.
Connect wires 2 (black) and 8 (gray) to a Digital Multimeter (DMM).
d. Apply a full-scale input signal (10 Vdc) to wire 8 (gray).
e. Allow the actuator shaft coupling to rotate from 0 to 90.
f.
Disconnect wire 8 (gray) and the shaft coupling returns to the “0” position.
4. Check the Feedback:
a. Set the DMM dial to Vdc.
b. Attach wires 2 (black) and 9 (pink) to the DMM.
c.
Apply a full-scale input signal to wire 8 (gray).
The reading at the DMM should increase.
e. Remove the signal from wire 8 (gray). The reading at the DMM should decrease and
the actuator shaft coupling returns to the “0” position.
5. Check the Auxiliary Switch A:
a. Set the DMM dial to ohms (resistance) or continuity check.
b. Connect wires S1 and S3 to the DMM. The DMM should indicate open circuit or no
resistance.
c.
Apply a full-scale input signal to wire 8 (gray).
The DMM should indicate contact closure as the actuator shaft coupling reaches the
setting of switch A.
d. Connect wires S1 and S2 to the DMM. The DMM should indicate open circuit or no
resistance.
e. Stop the signal to wire 8 (gray).
The DMM should indicate contact closure as the actuator shaft coupling reaches the
setting of switch A.
6. Check the Auxiliary Switch B:
a. Set the DMM dial to ohms (resistance) or continuity check.
b. Connect wires S4 and S6 to the DMM. The DMM should indicate open circuit or no
resistance.
c.
Apply a full-scale input signal to wire 8 (gray).
The DMM should indicate contact closure as the actuator shaft coupling reaches the
setting of switch B.
d. Connect wires S4 and S5 to the DMM. The DMM should indicate open circuit or no
resistance.
e. Stop the signal to wire 8 (gray).
The DMM should indicate contact closure as the actuator shaft coupling reaches the
setting of switch B.
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WARNING:
Service
Do not open the actuator.
If the actuator is inoperative, replace the unit.
WARNING:
Troubleshooting
To avoid injury or loss of life, pay attention to any hazardous voltage (for example, 120 Vac)
when performing checks.
•
Check that the wires are connected correctly.
•
Check that offset (start point) and span are set correctly, if used.
•
Check that the direction of rotation switch matches the rotation of the damper shaft.
•
Connect wires 1 (red) and 2 (black) to a Digital Multimeter (DMM) with the dial set at Vac
to verify that the operating voltage is within range.
•
If the actuator is not working, check the damper for blockage. If blocked, remove the
obstacle and cycle the actuator power off and on. The actuator should resume normal
operating mode.
Dimensions
4-3/16
(106)
EA0846R1
8-1/4
(210)
OPENING FOR
STANDARD 1/2"
CONDUIT
CONNECTOR (2)
∅
1.04
(26.5)
15-3/8
(390)
4-1/16
(103)
1-3/8
(35)
Figure 27. Dimensions of the ASK75.1U Weather Shield in Inches (Millimeters).
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Dimensions, Continued
min. 4 in.
100 mm
3-1/16 in.
78 mm
M
3/4
20
1-1/8 in.
28 mm
11-13/16 in.
300 mm
3-3/8 in.
86 mm
min. 8 in.
min. 1/4 in.
7 mm
9 in
230 mm
200 mm
EA0249R2
7-3/4 in.
197 mm
25/32 in
20 mm
1 in.
25 mm
5/32 in.
4 mm
1-11/32
1-11/32
34 mm
34 mm
3-15/16 in.
min. 2-1/2 in.
60 mm
100 mm
EA1087R1
OPENING
FOR 3/8
FLEX COND
(3 PLS)
11/32 in
10 mm
1-23/32
30 mm
1.1 in.
28.5 mm
Figure 28. Dimensions of the GBB/GIB Actuator and Mounting Bracket in Inches (mm).
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Dimensions, continued
3 1/8 in.
78 mm
1/2 in.
13.5 mm
9 in
230 mm
3 5/8 in.
92 mm
EA0249R2
EA0768R1
9 in.
230 mm
1 13/16 in.
46 mm
25/32 in
20 mm
985-006
ASK73.1
Figure 29. Dimensions of the Mounting Brackets used in Tandem Applications in Inches (mm).
min. 4 in.
100 mm
3-1/16 in.
78 mm
MAX
3/4 in.
20 mm
1-1/8 in.
28 mm
11-13/16 in.
300 mm
min.
1/4 in.
7 mm
min.
1/4 in.
7 mm
3-3/8 in.
86 mm
min. 8 in.
200 mm
7-3/4 in.
197 mm
1 in.
25 mm
3-15/16 in.
1-11/32
34 mm
1-11/32
34 mm
1-11/32
34 mm
5-3/4 in.
1-11/32
34 mm
min.
2-1/2 in.
60 mm
100 mm
OPENING
FOR 3/8"
FLEX
CONDUIT
(3 PLS)
147 mm
EA1153R1
11/32 in.
10 mm
1.1 in.
28.5 mm
1-23/32 in.
30 mm
Figure 30. Dimensions and Service Envelope of the GIB Actuators in Tandem Application in Inches (mm).
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