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Actuators and Sensors for Hazardous (Classified) Locations.
Protection of Life. Health. Assets.
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Safety, Worldwide,
in Thousands of Applications !
Explosion Protection Since 1975
Since 1975 Schischek has supplied electric explosion
proof products worldwide for heating, ventilation and
air-conditioning, for industrial and offshore applications.
Schischek Explosionproof has become an important
partner for consultants, public authorities, control companies, installers, OEM‘s and, not least of all, the end
user.
As supplier of components, we have always considered
it our duty to develop products in conjunction with other
control equipment. Modern Ex equipment, reliable,
proven and with “state of the art” technology.
Safety is Essential
With this motto we state that explosion protection is not
a question of statistics or half hearted solutions but that
100% safety must be guaranteed at all times. Explosion
protection means taking on responsibility.
“There is No Little Ex Protection!”
People have confidence in us as Ex protection specialists and in you as consultant, installer and contractor.
All Schischek Ex products are, therefore, PTB certified,
approved by and produced according to the very latest
standards and regulations. According to type and kind
of protection, our products are suitable for operation in
Ex areas, zones 0, 1, 2, 20, 21 and 22, including gases,
vapours, mists and dusts – of course in accordance
with ATEX 94/9/EC.
Heating, Ventilation, Air-Conditioning
Schischek supplies control companies and contractors
in the Building Automation market. We have developed
equipment which is compatible with nearly all control
systems. By combining Schischek products with conventional switching and control equipment, reliable
high quality systems are implemented that conform to
Ex protection standards. Some examples of use are
fire and smoke dampers, paintspray areas, exhaust
systems in chemical laboratories, battery rooms, sewage treatment plants, pumping stations etc.
Harsh environmental conditions and robust quality
cause stringent design / construction requirements on
components and materials. A fast closing electric actuator for fire / smoke dampers of less than 3 seconds
is a requirement on oil and gas platforms as well as
on FPSO‘s. After an intense development process
including trials, a completely new concept in actuator engineering was produced. Since, thousands of
Schischek actuators in special aluminium, C5-M and
stainless steel housings have been delivered and installed, moreover, the product range has been continuously enlarged and refined.
Whether you need air flow control in a pharmaceutical
plant or temperature regulation of paint tanks in the car
industry, Schischek offers cost-effective solutions specifically designed for control integration. Ex protection
is required for applications from paint spray shops to
drying stations. System compatibility with all aspects
of control facilitates integrated planning from design to
completion. At the same time, safety and reliability increase in planning, installation, approval and operation.
Since all equipment is maintenance-free, cost savings
are realised.
In co-operation with valve and damper manufacturers, industrial control companies and contractors,
Schischek products are in use worldwide. Our products
are characterised by the “highest protection class, compact size and easy handling”.
We can provide solutions to problems as far as Ex
ventilation and precise temperature control in industrial
plants are concerned.
Offshore, Onshore, Shipbuilding
Chemical, Pharmaceutical, Car Industries
Water Treatment Plants, Compressor Stations
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Which Components Have to be Explosion Proof ?
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n the diagram below, a typical air-handling system shows which equipment is allowed
in the Hazardous location and which should only be placed in the ordinary location.
The diagram does not claim to be complete.
Air damper
Air filter
I
f in doubt, please do not hesitate to consult us at Schischek. We will advise you in any
case. A brief discussion in the early stages of planning can avoid substantial costs in
remedial work later and gives you the peace of mind that you have a safely installed
operating system.
Heater
Fan
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P
1
6
M
3
F
P
7
6
1
Quarter Turn Actuators for Dampers and Valves
4
2
M
Ordinary
Safe area
Location
Hazardous
Ex area
Location
M
Humidifier
%rH
rF
Hz
2
3
Failsafe Linear Valve Actuators
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Linear Valve Actuators
Temperature and Humidity Sensors
ExMax
RedMax
ExMax + LIN
RedMax + LIN
ExRun
RedRun
ExCos-D
RedCos-D
•• 45…1,350 in-lbs
•• 3...150 sec /90°
•• On-off, 3-pos
•• modulating
•• with/without spring return
•• 110…670 lbf
•• 0.3…1.65" stroke
•• 0,1...15 sec / mm
•• On-off, 3-pos
•• modulating
•• with spring return
•• 110…2,200 lbf
•• 0.2…2.36" stroke
•• 2...15 sec / mm
•• On-off, 3-pos
•• modulating
•• −40…+257 °F
•• 0…100 %rH
•• full range adjustable
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ou should be aware of the areas of installation where an explosive atmosphere
may build up. Furthermore, you should have the responsible authority classify the
relevant Ex zone and in combination with type and condition of the explosive medium,
you should be able to select suitable explosion proof equipment.
Restrictor
%rH
rF
°C
4
7
5
8
5
Air damper
Fire damper
P
M
M
°C
PLC-System
ExCos-P
RedCos-P
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Thermostats, Humidistats, Frost Protection
ExBin-D
RedBin-D
•• −40…+257 °F
•• 0…100 %rH
•• 1- or 2-stage
•• ± 100…± 7.500 Pa
•• full range adjustable
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•• 0…5.000 Pa
•• Pressure / Differential pressure
•• Fan-belt protection
•• Filter protection
•• 1- or 2-stage switching point
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1
PLC-System
Filter Monitoring, Fan Belt Protection
ExBin-P
RedBin-P
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VAV
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Pressure / Differential Pressure Sensors
ith Schischek products this is simple because all equipment is certified
according to the highest safety standards – according to ATEX, of course!
Restrictor
°C
P
W
ExBin-FR
RedBin-FR
•• +14…+59 °F
•• Capillary: 118", 236"
•• 1-stage switching point
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Controller
ExReg-V
Differential pressure
•• 0…300 Pa (VAV)
ExReg-D
Temperature/Humidity
•• −40…+257 °F
•• 0…100 %rH
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Installation Areas in Division / Zones
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Approvals According to Zone System
Zone 0
20
1
21
2
22
OL**
Approvals According to Division System
Cl. I
Cl. II, III
Cl. I
Cl. II, III
Cl. I
Cl. II, III OL**
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Div 1
Div 1
Div 1
Div 2
Div 2
Product Line
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Quarter Turn Actuators 90°
Overview electrical actuators with 90° angle of rotation
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ExMax size S 45… 270 in-lbs with/without spring return (HL*)
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ExMax size M
270… 1,350 in-lbswith/without spring return (HL*)
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RedMax size S 45… 270 in-lbswith/without spring return (HL*)
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RedMax size M
270… 1,350 in-lbswith/without spring return (HL*)
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InMax size S
45… 270 in-lbswith/without spring return (OL**)
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InMax size M
270… 1,350 in-lbswith/without spring return (OL**)
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Linear Valve Actuators with Spring Return with 0.30"/0.39"/0.59"/0.79"/1.18"/1.65" Stroke (Fixed)
Overview electrical linear actuators
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LIN-.. + ExMax.. size S, M
110… 670 lbf with spring return (HL*)
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LIN-.. + RedMax.. size S, M
110… 670 lbf with spring return (HL*)
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LIN-.. + InMax.. size S, M
110… 670 lbf with spring return (OL**)
18-19
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Valve Actuators with 0.2"…2.36" (5...60 mm) Stroke ExRun size S
110… 2,200 lbf without spring return (HL*)
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RedRun size S
110… 2,200 lbf without spring return (HL*)
20-21
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InRun size S
110… 2,200 lbf without spring return (OL**)
20-21
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Special Options for Actuators
Overview special options for actuators
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Overview heating system ExPolar for actuators
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ExPolar
heating system for actuators use in Ex areas down to −58 °F (−50 °C) (HL*)
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InPolar
heating system for actuators use in ordinary location down to −58 °F (−50 °C) (OL**)
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Controller for VAV, Pressure, Temperature, Humidity
Overview control system
26-27
ExReg-V
volume flow and pressure controller 0…300 Pa (1.2 inch water) (HL*)
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InReg-V
volume flow and pressure controller 0… 300 Pa (1.2 inch water) (OL**)
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ExReg-D
temperature and humidity controller −40… +257 °F/0…100 %rH (HL*)
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InReg-D
temperature and humidity controller −40… +257 °F/0…100 %rH (OL**)
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Modulating Sensors for Temperature, Humidity, Pressure/Differential Pressure
Overview modulating sensors
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ExCos-P differential pressure, VAV sensors ± 100… 7.500 Pa (0.4…30 inch water) (HL*)
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RedCos-P differential pressure, VAV sensors ± 100… 7.500 Pa (0.4…30 inch water) (HL*)
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InCos-P differential pressure, VAV sensors ± 100… 7.500 Pa (0.4…30 inch water) (OL**)
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ExCos-D temperature and humidity transducer for ExPro-C… sensors (HL*)
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RedCos-D temperature and humidity transducer for ExPro-C… sensors (HL*)
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InCos-D temperature and humidity transducer for InPro-C… sensors (OL**)
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ExPro-C… temperature and humidity sensor probes for operation in HVAC systems (HL*)
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InPro-C… temperature and humidity sensor probes for operation in HVAC systems (OL**)
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ExCos-A transducer for passive, potential free, modulating ExSens sensors (HL*)
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RedCos-A transducer for passive, potential free, modulating ExSens sensors (HL*)
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InCos-A transducer for passive, potential free, modulating sensors (OL**)
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ExSens modulating, passive temperature- /humidity- /pressure sensors (HL*)
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Binary Sensors (Thermostats, Hygrostats, Pressostats, Fan Belt Protection, Frost Protection)
Overview binary sensor technology
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ExBin-P pressure / differential pressure 0… 5.000 Pa (0.4…20 inch water) (HL*)
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RedBin-P pressure / differential pressure 0… 5.000 Pa (0.4…20 inch water) (HL*)
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InBin-P pressure / differential pressure 0… 5.000 Pa (0.4…20 inch water) (OL**)
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ExBin-FR frost protection thermostat 14…
59 °F (HL*)
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RedBin-FR
frost protection thermostat 14…
59 °F (HL*)
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InBin-FR frost protection thermostat 14…
59 °F (OL**)
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ExBin-N drive belt monitoring 0… 10.000 U/min-1 (HL*)
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RedBin-N drive belt monitoring 0… 10.000 U/min-1 (HL*)
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InBin-N drive belt monitoring 0… 10.000 U/min-1 (OL**)
ExBin-D temperature and humidity thermostat for ExPro-B… probe sensors (HL*)
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RedBin-D temperature and humidity thermostat for ExPro-B… probe sensors (HL*)
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InBin-D temperature and humidity thermostat for InPro-B… probe sensors (OL**)
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ExPro-B… digital thermostat /hygrostat sensor probes for operation in HVAC systems (HL*)
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InPro-B… digital thermostat /hygrostat sensor probes for operation in HVAC systems (OL**)
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ExBin-A modules for adaptation of 1-5 passive, potential free, binary ExSens sensors (HL*)
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RedBin-A modules for adaptation of 1-5 passive, potential free, binary ExSens sensors (HL*)
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InBin-A modules for adaptation of 1-5 passive, potential free, binary sensors (OL**)
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ExSens binary, passive temperature- /humidity- /pressure sensors (HL*)
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Special Options for Sensors
Overview special options for sensors
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Overview heating system ExPolar for sensors
51
ExPolar
heating system for sensors' use in Ex areas down to −58 °F (−50 °C) (HL*)
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InPolar
heating system for sensors' use in ordinary location down to −58 °F (−50 °C) (OL**)
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Door Holder Magnets ExMag
door holder magnets with 146, 292, 450 lbf force (HL*)
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Approvals According to Zone System
Approvals According to Division System
Content / Description
Page
Additional Information
Conversation tables 53
Product codes / definitions 54-55
Installation according to NEC 500 (Division system, North America) 56
Installation according to ATEX (Zone system)
57
Features of actuators in combination with ExPro-TT.. or programming stick
58
Electrical installation codes according to NEC/FM/CSA
60
Labelling of explosion proof equipment in accordance with NEC 500 /505
61
Explosion proof information
62
Classification of hazardous areas
63
Division and zone system comparison
64-65
SIL “Safety Integrity Level” information
66-67
Certification information
68-69
Valve automation
70-71
Rotork Products
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Typical Class I Locations Respective Zones 0, 1 and 2: Installation Areas in Division / Zones
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Zone 0
20
1
21
2
22
Cl. I
Cl. II, III
Cl. I
Cl. II, III
Cl. I
Cl. II, III
Div 1
Div 1
Div 1
Div 1
Div 2
Div 2
•• Petroleum refineries, gasoline storage and dispensing areas
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•• Industrial firms that use flammable liquids in dip tanks for parts cleaning or other operations
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•• Petrochemical companies that manufacture chemicals from gas and oil
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•• Dry cleaning plants where vapors from cleaning fluids can be present
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•• Companies that have spraying areas where they coat products with paint or plastics
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•• Aircraft hangars and fuel servicing areas
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•• Utility gas plants, and operations involving storage and handling of liquefied petroleum gas or natural gas
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Typical Class II Locations respective Zone 20, 21, 22:
•• Grain elevators, flour and feed mills
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•• Plants that manufacture, use, or store magnesium or aluminum powders
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•• Plants that have chemical or metallurgical processes of plastics, medicines, fireworks, etc.
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•• Producers of starch or candies
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•• Spice-grinding plants, sugar plants and cocoa plants
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•• Coal preparation plants and other carbon-handling or processing areas
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Typical Class III Locations Respective Zones 20, 21, 22:
•• Textile mills, cotton gins, cotton seed mills, and flax processing plants
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•• Any plant that shapes, pulverizes, or cuts wood and creates sawdust or flyings
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Introducing ExMax – Damper Actuators for Hazardous Locations!
Quarter Turn and Rotary Applications for Damper Control ...
Hazardous Locations Zone 1, 2, 21, 22
Fast Spring Return Time
Sil2 FAIL SAFE function
universal power supply
stainless steel solution
easy installation
compact dimensions
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Electrical Drive Engineering with 90° Angle of Rotation
Overview ..Max Quarter-Turn Actuators
The actuator series are subdivided in 3 installation and 5 application areas.
The actuator concept offers obvious advantages:
Installation Areas:
ExMax- ...................... actuators for use in hazardous location Div. 1 and zone 1, 2, 21, 22
RedMax- .................... actuators for use in hazardous location Div. 2 and zone 2, 22
InMax-........................ actuators for use in ordinary location
1. Small dimension, compact, easy installation, highest protection classes, cost effective
2. Universal power supply 24 to 240 Volt AC/DC, selfadjustable
3. SIL2 fail safe function
4. With or without spring return (in accordance with type)
5. Robust aluminium housing, NEMA4X /IP66
6. Integrated heater for low temperatures
7. On site adjustable motor running time
8. Integrated manual override
9. Useful accessories such as retrofit limit switches
10. Actuators are to offer direct coupling
Application Areas:
Ex / Red / InMax.......... for air and fire dampers, VAV, ball valves, control dampers
in-lbs
ExMax..
Actuators for Air Dampers
90° actuators from 45 to 1,350 in-lbs, with or w/o
spring return (run time 1, 3, 10, 20 s depending on
type), for air-dampers.
95°
Actuators for Smoke and Fire Dampers
in-lbs
ExMax..
Actuators for VAV Control
ExMax..
Actuators for Ball Valves
ExMax..
Actuators for Butterfly Valves and Other ¼ Turn Valves
ExMax..
ExMax.., RedMax.., InMax.. ¼ Turn Actuators
90° actuators from 45 to 1,350 in-lbs, with or w/o
spring return (run time 1, 3, 10, 20 s depending
on type), for butterfly valves and other quarter turn
valves.
95°
Ordinary Location
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ExMax.., RedMax.., InMax.. ¼ Turn Actuators
90° actuators from 45 to 1,350 in-lbs, with or w/o
spring return (run time 1, 3, 10, 20 s depending on
type), for ball valves.
95°
in-lbs
ExMax.., RedMax.., InMax.. ¼ Turn Actuators
90° actuators from 45 to 1,350 in-lbs, with or w/o
spring return (run time 1, 3, 10, 20 s depending on
type), for VAV control.
95°
in-lbs
ExMax.., RedMax.., InMax.. ¼ Turn Actuators
90° actuators from 45 to 1,350 in-lbs, with or w/o
spring return (run time 1, 3, 10, 20 s depending on
type), for smoke- and fire-dampers.
95°
in-lbs
ExMax.., RedMax.., InMax.. ¼ Turn Actuators
Hazardous Location
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ExMax 90° Quarter-Turn Actuators Size "S" for Class I/II/III, Div. 1, zone 1, 2, 21, 22
Explosion Proof
Features of ExMax - ... size "S"
Size "S"
ExMax-…
Cl. I/II/III, Div. 1
Zone 1/2/21/22
Gas + Dust
certified according
UL, CSA
ATEX, SIL, IECEx
GOST-R, RTN
INMETRO, KOSHA
Description
ExMax are, in accordance with type, for automation of
air dampers, fire and smoke dampers, volume control, as
well as for ball valves, throttle valves and other quarterturn armatures.
Scope of Delivery:
1 actuator, ~ 39.4 inch cable, allen key for manual override, 4 screws, manuals.
Basics for all ExMax-.. size "S"
•• 24…240 VAC/DC self adaptable power supply
•• 95°angle of rotation (5° for preload)
•• 100% overload protected
•• Aluminum housing NEMA4X / IP66, cable ~ 39.4"
•• -40°F...+104°F/ +122°F, integrated heater
•• Emergency manual override
•• Squared shaft connection 0.47" × 0.47"
•• Dimensions (H × W × D) 8.27" × 3.74" × 3.15"
•• Approximate weight 8 lbs (..VAS = 16 lbs)
Quarter-Turn Actuators Without Spring Return, 24 to 240 VAC/DC, for Division 1 and Zone 1, 2, 21, 22
Type
Torque
Running Time 90° Spring Return Control Mode
ExMax- 45.90-A
ExMax-135.270-A
ExMax- 45.90-S-A
ExMax-135.270-S-A
ExMax- 45.90-Y-A
ExMax-135.270-Y-A
ExMax- 45.90-U-A
ExMax-135.270-U-A
45 / 90 in-lbs
135 / 270 in-lbs
45 / 90 in-lbs
135 / 270 in-lbs
45 / 90 in-lbs
135 / 270 in-lbs
45 / 90 in-lbs
135 / 270 in-lbs
3/15/30/60 s 3/15/30/60 s
3/15/30/60 s
3/15/30/60 s
7.5/15/30/60 s
7.5/15/30/60 s
7.5/15/30/60 s
7.5/15/30/60 s
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On-off, 3-pos
On-off, 3-pos
On-off, 3-pos
On-off, 3-pos
0...10 VDC, 4...20 mA
0...10 VDC, 4...20 mA
On-off, 3-pos
On-off, 3-pos
Feedback
Features
Size
-
-
2 × limit switches (5°/85°)
2 × limit switches (5°/85°)
0...10 VDC, 4...20 mA
0...10 VDC, 4...20 mA
0...10 VDC, 4...20 mA
0...10 VDC, 4...20 mA
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
Quarter-Turn Actuators With Spring Return, 24 to 240 VAC/DC, for Division 1 and Zone 1, 2, 21, 22
Type
Torque
Running Time 90° Spring Return Control Mode
ExMax-45.90-F-A
ExMax- 135-F-A
ExMax-45.90-SF-A
ExMax- 135-SF-A
ExMax-45.90-YF-A
ExMax- 135-YF-A
ExMax-45.90-UF-A
ExMax- 135-UF-A
ExMax-45.90-BF-A
ExMax- 135-BF-A
45 / 90 in-lbs
135 in-lbs
45 / 90 in-lbs
135 in-lbs
45 / 90 in-lbs
135 in-lbs
45 / 90 in-lbs 135 in-lbs 45 / 90 in-lbs
135 in-lbs
3/15/30/60 s
3/15/30/60 s
3/15/30/60 s
3/15/30/60 s
7.5/15/30/60 s
7.5/15/30/60 s
7.5/15/30/60 s
7.5/15/30/60 s
3/15/30/60 s
3/15/30/60 s
~ 3 s / 10 s
~ 3 s / 10 s
~ 3 s / 10 s
~ 3 s / 10 s
~ 3 s / 10 s
~ 3 s / 10 s
~ 3 s / 10 s
~ 3 s / 10 s
~ 3 s / 10 s
~ 3 s / 10 s
On-off, 3-pos
On-off, 3-pos
On-off, 3-pos
On-off, 3-pos
0...10 VDC, 4...20 mA 0...10 VDC, 4...20 mA
On-off, 3-pos
On-off, 3-pos
On-off, 3-pos
On-off, 3-pos
Feedback
Features
Size
-
-
2 × limit switches (5°/85°)
2 × limit switches (5°/85°)
0...10 VDC, 4...20 mA
0...10 VDC, 4...20 mA
0...10 VDC, 4...20 mA
0...10 VDC, 4...20 mA
2 × limit switches (5°/85°)
2 × limit switches (5°/85°)
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
ExPro-TT… connector
ExPro-TT… connector
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
Quarter-Turn Actuators With 1 Second Spring Return, 24 to 240 VAC/DC, for Division 1 and Zone 1, 2, 21, 22
Type
Torque
Running Time 90° Spring Return Control Mode
ExMax- 72-F1-A
ExMax-135-F1-A
ExMax- 72-SF1-A
ExMax-135-SF1-A
ExMax- 72-BF1-A
ExMax-135-BF1-A
72 in-lbs
135 in-lbs
72 in-lbs
135 in-lbs
72 in-lbs
135 in-lbs
3/15/30/60 s
3/15/30/60 s
3/15/30/60 s
3/15/30/60 s
3/15/30/60 s
3/15/30/60 s
Accessories
≤ 1 s
≤ 1 s
≤ 1 s
≤ 1 s
≤ 1 s
≤ 1 s
On-off
On-off
On-off
On-off
On-off
On-off
Feedback
Features
Size
-
-
2 × limit switches (5°/85°)
2 × limit switches (5°/85°)
2 × limit switches (5°/85°)
2 × limit switches (5°/85°)
-
-
-
-
ExPro-TT… connector
ExPro-TT… connector
S
S
S
S
S
S
Type
Technical Data
Stick
ExPro-TT-72
KB-A
KB-S
HV-SK, HV-SL
AR-12-xx
D-F-…S-A
Stick to change parameter and factory settings such as running time, torque, spring return time, force control and write protection depending on actuator
Safety temperature trigger for fire dampers, switching at 162°F / 72°C, with electrical connector, only connectable to …Max-…-BF actuators !
Shaft connection for North American actuators for damper shafts Ø ½" adaptable to all ..Max-.. actuators size S
Mounting clamp for round damper shafts 0.4" to 0.75" and squared shafts 0.4" to 0.6", including bracket, connectable to all ..Max-.. actuators size S
Manual override, connectable to actuators size S. HV-SK = short version, HV-SL = long version for add. mounting of ..Box /..Switch (not suitable for ..Max-..-..F1 !)
Squared reduction part from 0.47" × 0.47" to shafts with 0.43" (type AR-12-11), 0.39" (type AR-12-10), 0.32" (type AR-12-08)
Adaptation with flange according to DIN EN 5211 for butterfly or ball-valves suitable for size S, see page 70 for more information
Special options and offshore kits see page 23
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ExMax 90° Quarter-Turn Actuators Size "M" for Class I/II/III, Div. 1, zone 1, 2, 21, 22
Explosion Proof
Features of ExMax - ... size "M"
Size "M"
ExMax-…
Cl. I/II/III, Div. 1
Zone 1/2/21/22
Gas + Dust
certified according
UL, CSA
ATEX, SIL, IECEx
GOST-R, RTN
INMETRO
Description
ExMax are, in accordance with type, for automation of
air dampers, fire and smoke dampers, volume control, as
well as for ball valves, throttle valves and other quarterturn armatures.
Scope of Delivery:
1 actuator, ~ 39.4 inch cable, allen key for manual override, 4 screws, manuals.
Basics for all ExMax-.. size "M"
•• 24…240 VAC/DC self adaptable power supply
•• 95°angle of rotation (5° for preload)
•• 100% overload protected
•• Aluminum housing NEMA4X / IP66, cable ~ 39.4"
•• -40°F...+104°F/ +122°F, integrated heater
•• Emergency manual override
•• Squared shaft connection 0.63" × 0.63"
•• Dimensions (H × W × D) 11.34" × 5.87" × 4.57"
•• Approximate weight 21 lbs
Quarter-Turn Actuators Without Spring Return, 24 to 240 VAC/DC, for Division 1 and Zone 1, 2, 21, 22
Type
Torque
Running Time 90° Spring Return Control Mode
ExMax-450.675-A
ExMax900-A
ExMax- 1350-A
ExMax-450.675-S-A
ExMax900-S-A
ExMax- 1350-S-A
ExMax-450.675-Y-A
ExMax900-Y-A
ExMax-450.675-U-A
ExMax900-U-A
450 / 675 in-lbs
900 in-lbs
1,350 in-lbs
450 / 675 in-lbs
900 in-lbs
1,350 in-lbs
450 / 675 in-lbs
900 in-lbs
450 / 675 in-lbs
900 in-lbs
40/60/90/120 s
40/60/90/120 s
40/60/90/120 s
40/60/90/120 s
40/60/90/120 s
40/60/90/120 s
40/60/90/120 s
40/60/90/120 s
40/60/90/120 s
40/60/90/120 s
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
On-off, 3-pos On-off, 3-pos
On-off, 3-pos
On-off, 3-pos
On-off, 3-pos
On-off, 3-pos
0...10 VDC, 4...20 mA 0...10 VDC, 4...20 mA
On-off, 3-pos
On-off, 3-pos
Feedback
Features
Size
-
-
-
2 × limit switches (5° /85°)
2 × limit switches (5° /85°)
2 × limit switches (5° /85°)
0...10 VDC, 4...20 mA
0...10 VDC, 4...20 mA
0...10 VDC, 4...20 mA
0...10 VDC, 4...20 mA
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
Quarter-Turn Actuators With Spring Return, 24 to 240 VAC/DC, for Division 1 and Zone 1, 2, 21, 22
Type
Torque
Running Time 90° Spring Return Control Mode
ExMax-270-F-A
ExMax-450-F-A
ExMax-540-F-A
ExMax-270-SF-A
ExMax-450-SF-A
ExMax-540-SF-A
ExMax-270-YF-A
ExMax-450-YF-A
ExMax-270-UF-A
ExMax-450-UF-A
ExMax-540-UF-A
ExMax-270-BF-A
ExMax-450-BF-A
ExMax-540-BF-A
270 in-lbs
450 in-lbs
540 in-lbs
270 in-lbs
450 in-lbs
540 in-lbs
270 in-lbs
450 in-lbs
270 in-lbs
450 in-lbs
540 in-lbs
270 in-lbs
450 in-lbs
540 in-lbs
40/60/90/120 s
40/60/90/120 s
40/60/90/120 s
40/60/90/120 s
40/60/90/120 s
40/60/90/120 s
40/60/90/120 s
40/60/90/120 s
40/60/90/120 s
40/60/90/120 s
40/60/90/120 s
40/60/90/120 s
40/60/90/120 s
40/60/90/120 s
~ 20 s
~ 20 s
~ 20 s
~ 20 s
~ 20 s
~ 20 s
~ 20 s
~ 20 s
~ 20 s
~ 20 s
~ 20 s
~ 20 s
~ 20 s
~ 20 s
On-off, 3-pos On-off, 3-pos
On-off, 3-pos
On-off, 3-pos
On-off, 3-pos
On-off, 3-pos
0...10 VDC, 4...20 mA 0...10 VDC, 4...20 mA
On-off, 3-pos
On-off, 3-pos
On-off, 3-pos
On-off, 3-pos
On-off, 3-pos
On-off, 3-pos
Feedback
Features
Size
-
-
-
2 × limit switches (5° /85°)
2 × limit switches (5° /85°)
2 × limit switches (5° /85°)
0...10 VDC, 4...20 mA
0...10 VDC, 4...20 mA
0...10 VDC, 4...20 mA
0...10 VDC, 4...20 mA
0...10 VDC, 4...20 mA
2 × limit switches (5° /85°)
2 × limit switches (5° /85°)
2 × limit switches (5° /85°)
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
ExPro-TT… connector
ExPro-TT… connector
ExPro-TT… connector
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
Quarter-Turn Actuators With 3 Second Spring Return, 24 to 240 VAC/DC, for Division 1 and Zone 1, 2, 21, 22
Type
Torque
Running Time 90° Spring Return Control Mode
ExMax-270-F3-A
ExMax-450-F3-A
ExMax-270-SF3-A
ExMax-450-SF3-A
ExMax-270-BF3-A
ExMax-450-BF3-A
270 in-lbs
450 in-lbs
270 in-lbs
450 in-lbs
270 in-lbs
450 in-lbs
40/60/90/120 s
40/60/90/120 s
40/60/90/120 s
40/60/90/120 s
40/60/90/120 s
40/60/90/120 s
≤ 3 s
≤ 3 s
≤ 3 s
≤ 3 s
≤ 3 s
≤ 3 s
On-off On-off
On-off On-off
On-off
On-off
Feedback
Features
Size
-
-
2 × limit switches (5° /85°)
2 × limit switches (5° /85°)
2 × limit switches (5° /85°)
2 × limit switches (5° /85°)
-
-
-
-
ExPro-TT… connector
ExPro-TT… connector
M
M
M
M
M
M
Accessories
Type
Technical Data
Stick
ExPro-TT-72
HV-MK AR-16-xx
D-F-…M-A
Stick to change parameter and factory settings such as running time, torque, spring return time, force control and write protection depending on actuator
Safety temperature trigger for fire dampers, switching at 162°F / 72°C, with electrical connector, only connectable to ..Max-..-BF actuators !
Manual override, connectable to actuators size M (not suitable for ..Max-..-..F3!)
Squared reduction part from 0.63" × 0.63" to shafts with 0.55" (type AR-16-14), 0.47" (type AR-16-12)
Adaptation with flange according to DIN EN 5211 for butterfly or ball-valves suitable for size M, see page 70 for more information
Special options and offshore kits see page 23
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RedMax 90° Quarter-Turn Actuators Size "S" for Class I/II/III, Div. 2, zone 2, 22
Explosion Proof
Features of RedMax - ... size "S"
Size "S"
RedMax-…
Cl. I/II/III, Div. 2
Zone 2, 22
Gas + Dust
certified according
UL, CSA
ATEX, SIL, IECEx
GOST-R, RTN
Description
RedMax are, in accordance with type, for automation of
air dam­pers, fire and smoke dampers, volume control, as
well as for ball valves, throttle valves and other quarterturn armatures.
Scope of Delivery:
1 actuator, ~ 39.4 inch cable, allen key for manual override, 4 screws, manuals.
Basics for all RedMax-.. size "S"
•• 24…240 VAC/DC self adaptable power supply
•• 95°angle of rotation (5° for preload)
•• 100% overload protected
•• Aluminum housing NEMA4X / IP66, cable ~ 39.4"
•• -40°F...+104°F/ +122°F, integrated heater
•• Emergency manual override
•• Squared shaft connection 0.47" × 0.47"
•• Dimensions (H × W × D) 8.27" × 3.74" × 3.15"
•• Approximate weight 8 lbs (..VAS = 16 lbs)
Quarter-Turn Actuators Without Spring Return, 24 to 240 VAC/DC, for Division 2 and Zone 2, 22
Type
Torque
Running Time 90° Spring Return Control Mode
RedMax- 45.90-A
RedMax-135.270-A
RedMax- 45.90-S-A
RedMax-135.270-S-A
RedMax- 45.90-Y-A
RedMax-135.270-Y-A
RedMax- 45.90-U-A
RedMax-135.270-U-A
45 / 90 in-lbs
135 / 270 in-lbs
45 / 90 in-lbs
135 / 270 in-lbs
45 / 90 in-lbs
135 / 270 in-lbs
45 / 90 in-lbs
135 / 270 in-lbs
3/15/30/60 s 3/15/30/60 s
3/15/30/60 s
3/15/30/60 s
7.5/15/30/60 s
7.5/15/30/60 s
7.5/15/30/60 s
7.5/15/30/60 s
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
On-off, 3-pos
On-off, 3-pos
On-off, 3-pos
On-off, 3-pos
0...10 VDC, 4...20 mA
0...10 VDC, 4...20 mA
On-off, 3-pos
On-off, 3-pos
Feedback
Features
Size
-
-
2 × limit switches (5°/85°)
2 × limit switches (5°/85°)
0...10 VDC, 4...20 mA
0...10 VDC, 4...20 mA
0...10 VDC, 4...20 mA
0...10 VDC, 4...20 mA
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
Feedback
Features
Size
-
-
2 × limit switches (5°/85°)
2 × limit switches (5°/85°)
0...10 VDC, 4...20 mA
0...10 VDC, 4...20 mA
0...10 VDC, 4...20 mA
0...10 VDC, 4...20 mA
2 × limit switches (5°/85°)
2 × limit switches (5°/85°)
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
ExPro-TT… connector
ExPro-TT… connector
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
Quarter-Turn Actuators With Spring Return, 24 to 240 VAC/DC, for Division 2 and Zone 2, 22
Type
Torque
Running Time 90° Spring Return Control Mode
RedMax-45.90-F-A
RedMax- 135-F-A
RedMax-45.90-SF-A
RedMax- 135-SF-A
RedMax-45.90-YF-A
RedMax- 135-YF-A
RedMax-45.90-UF-A
RedMax- 135-UF-A
RedMax-45.90-BF-A
RedMax- 135-BF-A
45 / 90 in-lbs
135 in-lbs
45 / 90 in-lbs
135 in-lbs
45 / 90 in-lbs
135 in-lbs
45 / 90 in-lbs 135 in-lbs 45 / 90 in-lbs
135 in-lbs
3/15/30/60 s
3/15/30/60 s
3/15/30/60 s
3/15/30/60 s
7.5/15/30/60 s
7.5/15/30/60 s
7.5/15/30/60 s
7.5/15/30/60 s
3/15/30/60 s
3/15/30/60 s
~ 3 s / 10 s
~ 3 s / 10 s
~ 3 s / 10 s
~ 3 s / 10 s
~ 3 s / 10 s
~ 3 s / 10 s
~ 3 s / 10 s
~ 3 s / 10 s
~ 3 s / 10 s
~ 3 s / 10 s
On-off, 3-pos
On-off, 3-pos
On-off, 3-pos
On-off, 3-pos
0...10 VDC, 4...20 mA 0...10 VDC, 4...20 mA
On-off, 3-pos
On-off, 3-pos
On-off, 3-pos
On-off, 3-pos
Quarter-Turn Actuators With 1 Second Spring Return, 24 to 240 VAC/DC, for Division 2 and Zone 2, 22
Type
Torque
Running Time 90° Spring Return Control Mode
RedMax- 72-F1-A
RedMax-135-F1-A
RedMax- 72-SF1-A
RedMax-135-SF1-A
RedMax- 72-BF1-A
RedMax-135-BF1-A
72 in-lbs
135 in-lbs
72 in-lbs
135 in-lbs
72 in-lbs
135 in-lbs
3/15/30/60 s
3/15/30/60 s
3/15/30/60 s
3/15/30/60 s
3/15/30/60 s
3/15/30/60 s
Accessories
≤ 1 s
≤ 1 s
≤ 1 s
≤ 1 s
≤ 1 s
≤ 1 s
On-off
On-off
On-off
On-off
On-off
On-off
Feedback
Features
Size
-
-
2 × limit switches (5°/85°)
2 × limit switches (5°/85°)
2 × limit switches (5°/85°)
2 × limit switches (5°/85°)
-
-
-
-
ExPro-TT… connector
ExPro-TT… connector
S
S
S
S
S
S
Type
Technical Data
Stick
ExPro-TT-72
KB-A
KB-S
HV-SK, HV-SL
AR-12-xx D-F-…S-A
Stick to change parameter and factory settings such as running time, torque, spring return time, force control and write protection depending on actuator
Safety temperature trigger for fire dampers, switching at 162°F / 72°C, with electrical connector, only connectable to …Max-…-BF actuators !
Shaft connection for North American actuators for damper shafts Ø ½" adaptable to all ..Max-.. actuators size S
Mounting clamp for round damper shafts 0.4" to 0.75" and squared shafts 0.4" to 0.6", including bracket, connectable to all ..Max-.. actuators size S
Manual override, connectable to actuators size S. HV-SK = short version, HV-SL = long version for add. mounting of ..Box /..Switch (not suitable for ..Max-..-..F1 !)
Squared reduction part from 0.47" × 0.47" to shafts with 0.43" (type AR-12-11), 0.39" (type AR-12-10), 0.32" (type AR-12-08)
Adaptation with flange according to DIN EN 5211 for butterfly or ball-valves suitable for size S, see page 70 for more information
Special options and offshore kits see page 23
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RedMax 90° Quarter-Turn Actuators Size "M" for Class I/II/III, Div. 2, zone 2, 22
Explosion Proof
Features of RedMax - ... size "M"
Size "M"
RedMax-…
Cl. I/II/III, Div. 2
Zone 2, 22
Gas + Dust
certified according
UL, CSA
ATEX, SIL, IECEx
GOST-R, RTN
Description
RedMax are, in accordance with type, for automation of
air dam­pers, fire and smoke dampers, volume control, as
well as for ball valves, throttle valves and other quarterturn armatures.
Scope of Delivery:
1 actuator, ~ 39.4 inch cable, allen key for manual override, 4 screws, manuals.
Basics for all RedMax-.. size "M"
•• 24…240 VAC/DC self adaptable power supply
•• 95°angle of rotation (5° for preload)
•• 100% overload protected
•• Aluminum housing NEMA4X / IP66, cable ~ 39.4"
•• -40°F...+104°F/ +122°F, integrated heater
•• Emergency manual override
•• Squared shaft connection 0.63" × 0.63"
•• Dimensions (H × W × D) 11.34" × 5.87" × 4.57"
•• Approximate weight 21 lbs
Quarter-Turn Actuators Without Spring Return, 24 to 240 VAC/DC, for Division 2 and Zone 2, 22
Type
Torque
Running Time 90° Spring Return Control Mode
RedMax-450.675-A
RedMax900-A
RedMax- 1350-A
RedMax-450.675-S-A
RedMax900-S-A
RedMax- 1350-S-A
RedMax-450.675-Y-A
RedMax900-Y-A
RedMax-450.675-U-A
RedMax900-U-A
450 / 675 in-lbs
900 in-lbs
1,350 in-lbs
450 / 675 in-lbs
900 in-lbs
1,350 in-lbs
450 / 675 in-lbs
900 in-lbs
450 / 675 in-lbs
900 in-lbs
40/60/90/120 s
40/60/90/120 s
40/60/90/120 s
40/60/90/120 s
40/60/90/120 s
40/60/90/120 s
40/60/90/120 s
40/60/90/120 s
40/60/90/120 s
40/60/90/120 s
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
On-off, 3-pos On-off, 3-pos
On-off, 3-pos
On-off, 3-pos
On-off, 3-pos
On-off, 3-pos
0...10 VDC, 4...20 mA 0...10 VDC, 4...20 mA
On-off, 3-pos
On-off, 3-pos
Feedback
Features
Size
-
-
-
2 × limit switches (5° /85°)
2 × limit switches (5° /85°)
2 × limit switches (5° /85°)
0...10 VDC, 4...20 mA
0...10 VDC, 4...20 mA
0...10 VDC, 4...20 mA
0...10 VDC, 4...20 mA
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
Feedback
Features
Size
-
-
-
2 × limit switches (5° /85°)
2 × limit switches (5° /85°)
2 × limit switches (5° /85°)
0...10 VDC, 4...20 mA
0...10 VDC, 4...20 mA
0...10 VDC, 4...20 mA
0...10 VDC, 4...20 mA
0...10 VDC, 4...20 mA
2 × limit switches (5° /85°)
2 × limit switches (5° /85°)
2 × limit switches (5° /85°)
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
ExPro-TT… connector
ExPro-TT… connector
ExPro-TT… connector
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
Quarter-Turn Actuators With Spring Return, 24 to 240 VAC/DC, for Division 2 and Zone 2, 22
Type
Torque
Running Time 90° Spring Return Control Mode
RedMax-270-F-A
RedMax-450-F-A
RedMax-540-F-A
RedMax-270-SF-A
RedMax-450-SF-A
RedMax-540-SF-A
RedMax-270-YF-A
RedMax-450-YF-A
RedMax-270-UF-A
RedMax-450-UF-A
RedMax-540-UF-A
RedMax-270-BF-A
RedMax-450-BF-A
RedMax-540-BF-A
270 in-lbs
450 in-lbs
540 in-lbs
270 in-lbs
450 in-lbs
540 in-lbs
270 in-lbs
450 in-lbs
270 in-lbs
450 in-lbs
540 in-lbs
270 in-lbs
450 in-lbs
540 in-lbs
40/60/90/120 s
40/60/90/120 s
40/60/90/120 s
40/60/90/120 s
40/60/90/120 s
40/60/90/120 s
40/60/90/120 s
40/60/90/120 s
40/60/90/120 s
40/60/90/120 s
40/60/90/120 s
40/60/90/120 s
40/60/90/120 s
40/60/90/120 s
~ 20 s
~ 20 s
~ 20 s
~ 20 s
~ 20 s
~ 20 s
~ 20 s
~ 20 s
~ 20 s
~ 20 s
~ 20 s
~ 20 s
~ 20 s
~ 20 s
On-off, 3-pos On-off, 3-pos
On-off, 3-pos
On-off, 3-pos
On-off, 3-pos
On-off, 3-pos
0...10 VDC, 4...20 mA 0...10 VDC, 4...20 mA
On-off, 3-pos
On-off, 3-pos
On-off, 3-pos
On-off, 3-pos
On-off, 3-pos
On-off, 3-pos
Quarter-Turn Actuators With 3 Second Spring Return, 24 to 240 VAC/DC, for Division 2 and Zone 2, 22
Type
Torque
Running Time 90° Spring Return Control Mode
RedMax-270-F3-A
RedMax-450-F3-A
RedMax-270-SF3-A
RedMax-450-SF3-A
RedMax-270-BF3-A
RedMax-450-BF3-A
270 in-lbs
450 in-lbs
270 in-lbs
450 in-lbs
270 in-lbs
450 in-lbs
40/60/90/120 s
40/60/90/120 s
40/60/90/120 s
40/60/90/120 s
40/60/90/120 s
40/60/90/120 s
Accessories
≤ 3 s
≤ 3 s
≤ 3 s
≤ 3 s
≤ 3 s
≤ 3 s
On-off On-off
On-off On-off
On-off
On-off
Feedback
Features
Size
-
-
2 × limit switches (5° /85°)
2 × limit switches (5° /85°)
2 × limit switches (5° /85°)
2 × limit switches (5° /85°)
-
-
-
-
ExPro-TT… connector
ExPro-TT… connector
M
M
M
M
M
M
Type
Technical Data
Stick
ExPro-TT-72
HV-MK
AR-16-xx
D-F-…M-A
Stick to change parameter and factory settings such as running time, torque, spring return time, force control and write protection depending on actuator
Safety temperature trigger for fire dampers, switching at 162°F / 72°C, with electrical connector, only connectable to ..Max-..-BF actuators !
Manual override, connectable to actuators size M (not suitable for ..Max-..-..F3!)
Squared reduction part from 0.63" × 0.63" to shafts with 0.55" (type AR-16-14), 0.47" (type AR-16-12)
Adaptation with flange according to DIN EN 5211 for butterfly or ball-valves suitable for size M, see page 70 for more information
Special options and offshore kits see page 23
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InMax 90° Quarter-Turn Actuators Size "S" for Ordinary Locations
Industrial
Features of InMax - ... size "S"
Size "S"
InMax-…
NOT explosion proof
and only for use in
ordinary locations
certified according to
general purpose
standard
NEMA4X / IP66
Description
InMax are, in accordance with type, for automation of air
dampers, fire and smoke dampers, volume control, as
well as for ball valves, throttle valves and other quarterturn armatures.
Scope of Delivery:
1 actuator, ~ 39.4 inch cable, allen key for manual override, 4 screws, manuals.
Basics for all InMax-.. size "S"
•• 24…240 VAC/DC self adaptable power supply
•• 95°angle of rotation (5° for preload)
•• 100% overload protected
•• Aluminum housing NEMA4X / IP66, cable ~ 39.4"
•• -40°F...+122°F, integrated heater
•• Emergency manual override
•• Squared shaft connection 0.47" × 0.47"
•• Dimensions (H × W × D) 8.27" × 3.74" × 3.15"
•• Approximate weight 8 lbs (..VAS = 16 lbs)
Quarter-Turn Actuators Without Spring Return, 24 to 240 VAC/DC, for Ordinary Location
Type
Torque
Running Time 90° Spring Return Control Mode
InMax- 45.90-A
InMax-135.270-A
InMax- 45.90-S-A
InMax-135.270-S-A
InMax- 45.90-Y-A
InMax-135.270-Y-A
InMax- 45.90-U-A
InMax-135.270-U-A
45 / 90 in-lbs
135 / 270 in-lbs
45 / 90 in-lbs
135 / 270 in-lbs
45 / 90 in-lbs
135 / 270 in-lbs
45 / 90 in-lbs
135 / 270 in-lbs
3/15/30/60 s 3/15/30/60 s
3/15/30/60 s
3/15/30/60 s
7.5/15/30/60 s
7.5/15/30/60 s
7.5/15/30/60 s
7.5/15/30/60 s
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
On-off, 3-pos
On-off, 3-pos
On-off, 3-pos
On-off, 3-pos
0...10 VDC, 4...20 mA
0...10 VDC, 4...20 mA
On-off, 3-pos
On-off, 3-pos
Feedback
Features
Size
-
-
2 × limit switches (5°/85°)
2 × limit switches (5°/85°)
0...10 VDC, 4...20 mA
0...10 VDC, 4...20 mA
0...10 VDC, 4...20 mA
0...10 VDC, 4...20 mA
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
Feedback
Features
Size
-
-
2 × limit switches (5°/85°)
2 × limit switches (5°/85°)
0...10 VDC, 4...20 mA
0...10 VDC, 4...20 mA
0...10 VDC, 4...20 mA
0...10 VDC, 4...20 mA
2 × limit switches (5°/85°)
2 × limit switches (5°/85°)
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
InPro-TT… connector
InPro-TT… connector
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
S
Quarter-Turn Actuators With Spring Return, 24 to 240 VAC/DC, for Ordinary Location
Type
Torque
Running Time 90° Spring Return Control Mode
InMax-45.90-F-A
InMax- 135-F-A
InMax-45.90-SF-A
InMax- 135-SF-A
InMax-45.90-YF-A
InMax- 135-YF-A
InMax-45.90-UF-A
InMax- 135-UF-A
InMax-45.90-BF-A
InMax- 135-BF-A
45 / 90 in-lbs
135 in-lbs
45 / 90 in-lbs
135 in-lbs
45 / 90 in-lbs
135 in-lbs
45 / 90 in-lbs 135 in-lbs 45 / 90 in-lbs
135 in-lbs
3/15/30/60 s
3/15/30/60 s
3/15/30/60 s
3/15/30/60 s
7.5/15/30/60 s
7.5/15/30/60 s
7.5/15/30/60 s
7.5/15/30/60 s
3/15/30/60 s
3/15/30/60 s
~ 3 s / 10 s
~ 3 s / 10 s
~ 3 s / 10 s
~ 3 s / 10 s
~ 3 s / 10 s
~ 3 s / 10 s
~ 3 s / 10 s
~ 3 s / 10 s
~ 3 s / 10 s
~ 3 s / 10 s
On-off, 3-pos
On-off, 3-pos
On-off, 3-pos
On-off, 3-pos
0...10 VDC, 4...20 mA 0...10 VDC, 4...20 mA
On-off, 3-pos
On-off, 3-pos
On-off, 3-pos
On-off, 3-pos
Quarter-Turn Actuators With 1 Second Spring Return, 24 to 240 VAC/DC, for Ordinary Location
Type
Torque
Running Time 90° Spring Return Control Mode
InMax- 72-F1-A
InMax-135-F1-A
InMax- 72-SF1-A
InMax-135-SF1-A
InMax- 72-BF1-A
InMax-135-BF1-A
72 in-lbs
135 in-lbs
72 in-lbs
135 in-lbs
72 in-lbs
135 in-lbs
3/15/30/60 s
3/15/30/60 s
3/15/30/60 s
3/15/30/60 s
3/15/30/60 s
3/15/30/60 s
Accessories
≤ 1 s
≤ 1 s
≤ 1 s
≤ 1 s
≤ 1 s
≤ 1 s
On-off
On-off
On-off
On-off
On-off
On-off
Feedback
Features
Size
- - 2 × limit switches (5°/85°)
-
S
2 × limit switches (5°/85°)
-
S
2 × limit switches (5°/85°)
InPro-TT… connector
S
2 × limit switches (5°/85°)
InPro-TT… connector
S
-S
-S
Type
Technical Data
Stick
InPro-TT-72
KB-A
KB-S
HV-SK, HV-SL
AR-12-xx D-F-…S-A
Stick to change parameter and factory settings such as running time, torque, spring return time, force control and write protection depending on actuator
Temperature trigger for fire dampers, switching at 162°F / 72°C, with electrical connector, only connectable to InMax-…-BF actuators !
Shaft connection for North American actuators for damper shafts Ø ½" adaptable to all ..Max-.. actuators size S
Mounting clamp for round damper shafts 0.4" to 0.75" and squared shafts 0.4" to 0.6", including bracket, connectable to all ..Max-.. actuators size S
Manual override, connectable to actuators size S. HV-SK = short version, HV-SL = long version for add. mounting of ..Box /..Switch (not suitable for ..Max-..-..F1 !)
Squared reduction part from 0.47" × 0.47" to shafts with 0.43" (type AR-12-11), 0.39" (type AR-12-10), 0.32" (type AR-12-08)
Adaptation with flange according to DIN EN 5211 for butterfly or ball-valves suitable for size S, see page 70 for more information
Special options and offshore kits see page 23
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InMax 90° Quarter-Turn Actuators Size "M" for Ordinary Locations
Industrial
Features of InMax - ... size "M"
Size "M"
InMax-…
NOT explosion proof
and only for use in
ordinary locations
certified according to
general purpose
standard
NEMA4X / IP66
Description
InMax are, in accordance with type, for automation of air
dampers, fire and smoke dampers, volume control, as
well as for ball valves, throttle valves and other quarterturn armatures.
Scope of Delivery:
1 actuator, ~ 39.4 inch cable, allen key for manual override, 4 screws, manuals.
Basics for all InMax-.. size "M"
•• 24…240 VAC/DC self adaptable power supply
•• 95°angle of rotation (5° for preload)
•• 100% overload protected
•• Aluminum housing NEMA4X / IP66, cable ~ 39.4"
•• -40°F...+104°F/ +122°F, integrated heater
•• Emergency manual override
•• Squared shaft connection 0.63" × 0.63"
•• Dimensions (H × W × D) 11.34" × 5.87" × 4.57"
•• Approximate weight 21 lbs
Quarter-Turn Actuators Without Spring Return, 24 to 240 VAC/DC, for Ordinary Location
Type
Torque
Running Time 90° Spring Return Control Mode
InMax-450.675-A
InMax900-A
InMax- 1350-A
InMax-450.675-S-A
InMax900-S-A
InMax- 1350-S-A
InMax-450.675-Y-A
InMax900-Y-A
InMax-450.675-U-A
InMax900-U-A
450 / 675 in-lbs
900 in-lbs
1,350 in-lbs
450 / 675 in-lbs
900 in-lbs
1,350 in-lbs
450 / 675 in-lbs
900 in-lbs
450 / 675 in-lbs
900 in-lbs
40/60/90/120 s
40/60/90/120 s
40/60/90/120 s
40/60/90/120 s
40/60/90/120 s
40/60/90/120 s
40/60/90/120 s
40/60/90/120 s
40/60/90/120 s
40/60/90/120 s
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
On-off, 3-pos On-off, 3-pos
On-off, 3-pos
On-off, 3-pos
On-off, 3-pos
On-off, 3-pos
0...10 VDC, 4...20 mA 0...10 VDC, 4...20 mA
On-off, 3-pos
On-off, 3-pos
Feedback
Features
Size
-
-
-
2 × limit switches (5° /85°)
2 × limit switches (5° /85°)
2 × limit switches (5° /85°)
0...10 VDC, 4...20 mA
0...10 VDC, 4...20 mA
0...10 VDC, 4...20 mA
0...10 VDC, 4...20 mA
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
Feedback
Features
Size
-
-
-
2 × limit switches (5° /85°)
2 × limit switches (5° /85°)
2 × limit switches (5° /85°)
0...10 VDC, 4...20 mA
0...10 VDC, 4...20 mA
0...10 VDC, 4...20 mA
0...10 VDC, 4...20 mA
0...10 VDC, 4...20 mA
2 × limit switches (5° /85°)
2 × limit switches (5° /85°)
2 × limit switches (5° /85°)
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
InPro-TT… connector
InPro-TT… connector
InPro-TT… connector
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
M
Quarter-Turn Actuators With Spring Return, 24 to 240 VAC/DC, for Ordinary Location
Type
Torque
Running Time 90° Spring Return Control Mode
InMax-270-F-A
InMax-450-F-A
InMax-540-F-A
InMax-270-SF-A
InMax-450-SF-A
InMax-540-SF-A
InMax-270-YF-A
InMax-450-YF-A
InMax-270-UF-A
InMax-450-UF-A
InMax-540-UF-A
InMax-270-BF-A
InMax-450-BF-A
InMax-540-BF-A
270 in-lbs
450 in-lbs
540 in-lbs
270 in-lbs
450 in-lbs
540 in-lbs
270 in-lbs
450 in-lbs
270 in-lbs
450 in-lbs
540 in-lbs
270 in-lbs
450 in-lbs
540 in-lbs
40/60/90/120 s
40/60/90/120 s
40/60/90/120 s
40/60/90/120 s
40/60/90/120 s
40/60/90/120 s
40/60/90/120 s
40/60/90/120 s
40/60/90/120 s
40/60/90/120 s
40/60/90/120 s
40/60/90/120 s
40/60/90/120 s
40/60/90/120 s
~ 20 s
~ 20 s
~ 20 s
~ 20 s
~ 20 s
~ 20 s
~ 20 s
~ 20 s
~ 20 s
~ 20 s
~ 20 s
~ 20 s
~ 20 s
~ 20 s
On-off, 3-pos On-off, 3-pos
On-off, 3-pos
On-off, 3-pos
On-off, 3-pos
On-off, 3-pos
0...10 VDC, 4...20 mA 0...10 VDC, 4...20 mA
On-off, 3-pos
On-off, 3-pos
On-off, 3-pos
On-off, 3-pos
On-off, 3-pos
On-off, 3-pos
Quarter-Turn Actuators With 3 Second Spring Return, 24 to 240 VAC/DC, for Ordinary Location
Type
Torque
Running Time 90° Spring Return Control Mode
InMax-270-F3-A
InMax-450-F3-A
InMax-270-SF3-A
InMax-450-SF3-A
InMax-270-BF3-A
InMax-450-BF3-A
270 in-lbs
450 in-lbs
270 in-lbs
450 in-lbs
270 in-lbs
450 in-lbs
40/60/90/120 s
40/60/90/120 s
40/60/90/120 s
40/60/90/120 s
40/60/90/120 s
40/60/90/120 s
Accessories
≤ 3 s
≤ 3 s
≤ 3 s
≤ 3 s
≤ 3 s
≤ 3 s
On-off On-off
On-off On-off
On-off
On-off
Feedback
Features
Size
-
-
2 × limit switches (5° /85°)
2 × limit switches (5° /85°)
2 × limit switches (5° /85°)
2 × limit switches (5° /85°)
-
-
-
-
InPro-TT… connector
InPro-TT… connector
M
M
M
M
M
M
Type
Technical Data
Stick
InPro-TT-72
HV-MK
AR-16-xx
D-F-…M-A
Stick to change parameter and factory settings such as running time, torque, spring return time, force control and write protection depending on actuator
Temperature trigger for fire dampers, switching at 162°F / 72°C, with electrical connector, only connectable to InMax-..-BF actuators !
Manual override, connectable to actuators size M (not suitable for ..Max-..-..F3!)
Squared reduction part from 0.63" × 0.63" to shafts with 0.55" (type AR-16-14), 0.47" (type AR-16-12)
Adaptation with flange according to DIN EN 5211 for butterfly or ball-valves suitable for size M, see page 70 for more information
Special options and offshore kits see page 23
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Introducing ExMax+LIN&ExRun – Valve Actuators for Hazardous Locations!
Linear Applications for Valve Control ...
Hazardous Locations Zone 1, 2, 21, 22
Fast Spring Return Time
Sil2 FAIL SAFE function
universal power supply
C5-M solution
easy installation
compact dimensions
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..Max + LIN and ..Run Electrical Drive Engineering for Valves – Overview
Overview ..Max + LIN Linear Guide Unit and ..Run Valve Actuators
The actuator series are subdivided in 3 installation and 2 application areas.
The actuator concept offers obvious advantages:
Installation Areas:
ExMax-..+LIN, ExRun- ..........................for use in hazardous location Div. 1 and zone 1, 2, 21, 22
RedMax-..+LIN, RedRun- .....................for use in hazardous location Div. 2 and zone 2, 22
InMax-..+LIN, InRun-.............................for use in ordinary location
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Application Areas:
Ex/Red/InMax + LIN .............................for globe or 3-way valves (with safety function)
Ex/Red/InRun .......................................for globe or 3-way valves
Small dimension, compact, easy installation, highest protection classes, cost effective
Universal power supply 24 to 240 Volt AC/DC, selfadjustable
SIL2 fail safe function (only at ..Max + LIN)
With or without spring return (spring return only at ..Max + LIN linear guide unit)
Robust aluminium housing, NEMA4X /IP66
Integrated heater for low temperatures
On site adjustable motor running time
Integrated manual override
Useful accessories such as retrofit limit switches
Actuators with Spring Return for 2-Way and 3-Way Valves
lbf
ExMax..+LIN
Linear motion valve actuators with spring return
from 110 to 670 lbf. Fixed stroke with 0.39"/0.59"
/0.79"/1.18"/1.65" for automation of globe or 3-way
valves. Linkage to numerous valve types and
brands available.
0.39"1.65"
Actuators for 2-Way and 3-Way Valves
lbf
ExMax.., RedMax.., InMax.. + LIN Linear Guide Unit
ExRun.., RedRun.., InRun.. Valve Actuators
ExRun..
Valve actuators from 110 to 2,200 lbf. On site adjustable stroke from 0.2" to 2.36", for automation of
globe or 3-way valves. Linkage to numerous valve
types and brands available.
0.2"2.36"
Ordinary Location
Hazardous Location
Valve Linkages
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Valve Automation
..Max
¼-Turn Actuator
..Run
Linear Valve Actuator
Schischek Valve Linkages
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95
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You make the linkage yourself or source it
somewhere else. In that case we would be
happy to provide you with all the actuator
dimensions necessary to do so. We can
even give you STEP files you can import
directly into your CAD system. Contact us
at [email protected]
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need the dimensions of the top plate/mounting pattern as well as the stem shape and
dimensions to design the linkage.X The cut
sheet for your valve will typically have that
information. Simply send us the cut sheet
and we will do the rest.
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..Max-.. + LIN-.. Linear Valve Actuators Size "S" and "M" with Spring Return
Explosion Proof
Features ..Max-.. + LIN-.. (Size "S" and "M")
Industrial
ExMax-.. + LIN-..
RedMax-.. + LIN-..
InMax-.. + LIN-..
Description
Basics for ..Max-.. + LIN-.. valve actuators
Cl. I/II/III, Div. 1
Zone 1, 2, 21, 22
Gas + Dust
certified according
UL, CSA
ATEX, SIL, IECEx
GOST-R, RTN
INMETRO, KOSHA1
Cl. I/II/III, Div. 2
Zone 2, 22
Gas + Dust
certified according
UL, CSA
ATEX, SIL, IECEx,
GOST-R, RTN,
INMETRO
NOT explosion proof
and only for use in
ordinary locations
certified according to
general purpose
standard
NEMA4X / IP66
..Max-.. + LIN-.. linear valve actuators with
spring return for automation of globe- or
3-way valves.
Use as actuator with safety function, On-off
or 3-pos. actuator or modulating actuator.
•• 24…240 VAC/DC self adaptable power
supply
•• Running time 0.1…15 sec./mm ¹
•• Stroke 0.30"/0.39"/0.59"/0.79"/1.18"/1.65" ¹
•• Force 110…670 lbf ¹
•• Spring return 3 or 10 sec. (size "S"),
20 sec. (size "M") ¹
•• Control mode On-off, 3-pos., 0-10 VDC, 4-20 mA ¹
•• Aluminium housing, NEMA4X /IP66 ²
•• External terminal box optional ²
•• Ambient temperature -4°F...+104°F (T6),
-4°F...+122°F (T5)
•• Weight (including actuator) ~ 18 lbs (size "S"),
~ 31 lbs (size "M") ¹
¹ in accordance with type
² applies for actuator
1
ExMax size S only
Scope of Delivery: Linear unit, suitable for
all ..Max-..-F actuators size "S" or "M".
Required Accessories:
Valve adaptation in accordance with valve
manufacturer, type and nominal size
(diameter).
Ordering Example:
Modulating valve actuator with spring return
in hazardous location zone 2, for a globe
valve with 0.79" stroke and a required force
of 335 lbf.
Actuator: Linear adaptation: Valve adaptation: RedMax-30-YF
LIN-20
suitable for valve type
on request
Linear Unit for Actuators with Spring Return, 24 to 240 VAC/DC
Type
Stroke (max.)
Description
LIN-7.5
LIN-10
LIN-15
LIN-20
LIN-30
LIN-40
0.30"
0.39"
0.59"
0.79"
1.18"
1.65"
Linear unit up to max. 0.30" stroke, suitable for all ..Max-..-F actuators size "S" or "M" with spring return
Linear unit up to max. 0.39" stroke, suitable for all ..Max-..-F actuators size "S" or "M" with spring return
Linear unit up to max. 0.59" stroke, suitable for all ..Max-..-F actuators size "S" or "M" with spring return
Linear unit up to max. 0.79" stroke, suitable for all ..Max-..-F actuators size "S" or "M" with spring return
Linear unit up to max. 1.18" stroke, suitable for all ..Max-..-F actuators size "S" or "M" with spring return
Linear unit up to max. 1.65" stroke, suitable for all ..Max-..-F actuators size "S" or "M" with spring return
LIN Special Options for Linear Unit Suitable for Actuators
Explosion Proof /Ordinary Location
Special Options
LIN-…CT
available for linear
unit LIN-..
In accordance with
..Max type for use in
Hazardous location or
ordinary location
Features LIN-…-CT
Description
CT version with aluminium housing and C5-M­painting,
resistant against corrosive and maritime atmosphere,
some parts nickel plated.
Basics LIN-…-CT
CT:
•• C5-M painted aluminium housing
•• Resistant against corrosive and / or maritime atmosphere
Delivery: 1 linear unit with special option
Ordering Example: LIN-20-CT
LIN-.. Options
Type
LIN-..-CT
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Description / Technical Data
C5-M painted aluminium housing, resistant against corrosive and /or maritime atmosphere. Lifting rod, connecting parts and screws in VA
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Mounting Variations
Valve Adaptation
To select the right valve adaptation and get the right
price information the following information is required:
1. Valve manufacturer
2. Valve type
3. Valve nominal size (diameter) DN
For adaptations which are already designed by
Schischek this information is sufficient.
To design new adaptations we need additional
details of the valve body as well as drawings.
Actuator ..Max-..-F
LIN-..
Adaptation
Valve Actuator with Spring Return
With the purchase order you have to provide
actuator type + type of adaptation.
Selection of Recommended Actuators in Relation of Force (lbf) and max. Stroke (inch)
0.3" (7,5 mm)
110 lbf (500 N)
180 lbf (800 N)
225 lbf (1,000 N)
335 lbf (1,500 N)
450 lbf (2,000 N)
560 lbf (2,500 N)
670 lbf (3,000 N)
…Max-135-…F
0.39" (10 mm)
…Max-135-…F
0.59" (15 mm)
…Max-135-…F
0.79" (20 mm)
…Max-135-…F
1.18" (30 mm)
…Max-135-…F
…Max-270-…F
…Max-270-…F
…Max-450-…F
…Max-270-…F
…Max-270-…F
…Max-270-…F
…Max-270-…F
1.65" (42 mm)
…Max-450-…F
…Max-450-…F
…Max-450-…F
At strokes between
two values use the next
higher linear unit
e.g. 0.94" (24 mm)
stroke = LIN-30
Attention: Limitation of resolution at YF-actuators with strokes < nominal (motor blockade)!
Note the maximum force of the actuator to prevent damage to your valve!
Info: Suitable actuators with spring return see page 10-15.
Nominal Force in lbf (N) at Spring of Actuator in Relation of max. Stroke of LIN at Temperatures between −4…+104 °F
…Max-135-…F
…Max-270-…F
…Max-450-…F
335 lbf (1,500 N)
670 lbf (3,000 N)
335 lbf (1,500 N)
670 lbf (3,000 N)
225 lbf (1,000 N)
450 lbf (2,000 N)
670 lbf (3,000 N)
180 lbf (800 N)
335 lbf (1,500 N)
670 lbf (3,000 N)
110 lbf (500 N)
225 lbf (1,000 N)
450 lbf (2,000 N)
180 lbf (800 N)
335 lbf (1,500 N)
Attention: Limitation of resolution at YF-actuators with strokes < nominal (motor blockade)! Note the maximum force of the actuator to prevent damage to your valve!
Nominal Force in lbf (N) at Spring of Actuator in Relation of max. Stroke of LIN at Temperatures between +32…+104 °F
…Max-135-…F
…Max-270-…F
…Max-450-…F
670 lbf (3,000 N) 670 lbf (3,000 N)
1,350 lbf (6,000 N) 1,350 lbf (6,000 N)
450 lbf (2,000 N) 360 lbf (1,600 N)
900 lbf (4,000 N) 670 lbf (3,000 N)
1,350 lbf (6,000 N) 1,350 lbf (6,000 N)
225 lbf (1,000 N)
450 lbf (2,000 N)
900 lbf (4,000 N)
360 lbf (1,600 N)
670 lbf (3,000 N)
Above mentioned values are nominal trusts with performed self adjustment drive.
The maximum trusts can read values which are up to three to four times higher than values of tables. Without performed self adjustment drive there can occur much higher trust values,
which can cause damages on the mentioned valve or linkages.
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ExRun/RedRun/InRun Valve Actuators Size "S" for Div. 1/2, Class I/II/III, zone 1, 2, 21, 22
Explosion Proof
Features of ExRun, RedRun, InRun
Industrial
ExRun...
RedRun...
InRun…
Description
Basics for all …Run Valve Actuators
Cl. I/II/III, Div. 1
Zone 1, 2, 21, 22
Gas + Dust
certified according
UL, CSA
ATEX, IECEx
GOST-R, RTN, KOSHA
Cl. I/II/II, Div. 2
Zone 2, 22
Gas + Dust
certified according
UL, CSA
ATEX, IECEx
GOST-R, RTN
NOT explosion proof
and only for use in
ordinary locations
certified according to
general purpose
standard
NEMA4X / IP66
ExRun, RedRun and InRun valve actuators
are used for automation of linear valves
with 3-pos. on-off or modulating mode.
•• 24…240 VAC/DC self adaptable power supply
•• Up to 5 different running times adjustable on site
•• 0.2" to 2.36" stroke, mechanical limitation on each position
•• Automatic adaptation of modulating signal at Ex-, Red-, InRun-…-Y..
•• Aluminum housing NEMA4X /IP66
•• -4°F...+104°F / +122°F, integrated heater
•• Emergency manual override
•• Dimension (H 1 ×W×D) 10.24" × 8.2" × 4.53"
(without valve and adaptation)
•• Approximate weight 16…17 lbs 2
(without valve and adaptation)
Scope of Delivery:
1 actuator with NPT1/2” conduit connection
and 39.4 inch cable extention, emergency
manual override, manuals
Required Accessories:
valve adaptation in accordance with valve
manufacturer, type and nominal size
(diameter).
1
2
Height varies depending on type
Weight varies depending on type
Valve Actuators Without Spring Return, 24 to 240 VAC/DC, for Division 1 and Zone 1, 2, 21, 22
Type
Force
Running Time Spring Return Control Mode
Feedback
Features
Size
ExRun- 110.220-A
110 / 220 lbf
2/3/6/9 s / 0.0394"
-
On-off, 3-pos
ExRun- 550.1100-A
550 / 1,100 lbf 2/3/6/9 s / 0.0394"
-
On-off, 3-pos
-
-
S
-
-
ExRun-1650.2200-A
1,650 / 2,200 lbf (1,760 lbf)
4/6/9/12 s / 0.0394"
-
On-off, 3-pos
S
-
-
ExRun- 110.220-Y-A
110 / 220 lbf
2/3/6/9 s / 0.0394"
-
0...10 VDC, 4...20 mA S
0...10 VDC, 4...20 mA
-
ExRun- 550.1100-Y-A
550 / 1,100 lbf 2/3/6/9 s / 0.0394"
-
S
0...10 VDC, 4...20 mA 0...10 VDC, 4...20 mA
-
ExRun-1650.2200-Y-A
1,650 / 2,200 lbf (1,760 lbf)
4/6/9/12 s / 0.0394"
S
-
0...10 VDC, 4...20 mA 0...10 VDC, 4...20 mA
-
ExRun- 110.220-U-A
110 / 220 lbf
S
2/3/6/9 s / 0.0394"
-
On-off, 3-pos 0...10 VDC, 4...20 mA
-
ExRun- 550.1100-U-A
S
550 / 1,100 lbf 2/3/6/9 s / 0.0394"
-
On-off, 3-pos 0...10 VDC, 4...20 mA
-
ExRun-1650.2200-U-A
S
1,650 / 2,200 lbf (1,760 lbf)
4/6/9/12 s / 0.0394"
-
On-off, 3-pos 0...10 VDC, 4...20 mA
-
S
Valve Actuators Without Spring Return, 24 to 240 VAC/DC, for Division 2 and Zone 2, 22
Type
Force
Running Time Spring Return Control Mode
Features
Size
RedRun- 110.220-A
110 / 220 lbf
2/3/6/9 s / 0.0394"
-
On-off, 3-pos
Feedback
-
-
S
RedRun- 550.1100-A
550 / 1,100 lbf 2/3/6/9 s / 0.0394"
-
On-off, 3-pos
-
-
S
RedRun-1650.2200-A
1,650 / 2,200 lbf (1,760 lbf)
4/6/9/12 s / 0.0394"
-
On-off, 3-pos
-
-
S
RedRun- 110.220-Y-A
110 / 220 lbf
2/3/6/9 s / 0.0394"
-
0...10 VDC, 4...20 mA
0...10 VDC, 4...20 mA
-
S
RedRun- 550.1100-Y-A
550 / 1,100 lbf 2/3/6/9 s / 0.0394"
-
0...10 VDC, 4...20 mA
0...10 VDC, 4...20 mA
-
S
RedRun-1650.2200-Y-A 1,650 / 2,200 lbf (1,760 lbf)
4/6/9/12 s / 0.0394"
-
0...10 VDC, 4...20 mA
0...10 VDC, 4...20 mA
-
S
RedRun- 110.220-U-A 110 / 220 lbf
2/3/6/9 s / 0.0394"
-
On-off, 3-pos 0...10 VDC, 4...20 mA
-
S
RedRun- 550.1100-U-A 550 / 1,100 lbf 2/3/6/9 s / 0.0394"
-
On-off, 3-pos 0...10 VDC, 4...20 mA
-
S
RedRun-1650.2200-U-A 1,650 / 2,200 lbf (1,760 lbf)
4/6/9/12 s / 0.0394"
-
On-off, 3-pos 0...10 VDC, 4...20 mA
-
S
Features
Size
Valve Actuators Without Spring Return, 24 to 240 VAC/DC, for Ordinary Location
Type
Force
Running Time Spring Return Control Mode
InRun- 110.220-A
110 / 220 lbf
2/3/6/9 s / 0.0394"
-
On-off, 3-pos
-
-
S
InRun- 550.1100-A
550 / 1,100 lbf 2/3/6/9 s / 0.0394"
-
On-off, 3-pos
-
-
S
InRun-1650.2200-A
1,650 / 2,200 lbf (1,760 lbf) 4/6/9/12 s / 0.0394"
-
On-off, 3-pos
-
-
S
InRun- 110.220-Y-A
110 / 220 lbf
2/3/6/9 s / 0.0394"
-
0...10 VDC, 4...20 mA 0...10 VDC, 4...20 mA
-
S
InRun- 550.1100-Y-A
550 / 1,100 lbf 2/3/6/9 s / 0.0394"
-
0...10 VDC, 4...20 mA 0...10 VDC, 4...20 mA
-
S
InRun-1650.2200-Y-A
1,650 / 2,200 lbf (1,760 lbf) 4/6/9/12 s / 0.0394"
-
0...10 VDC, 4...20 mA 0...10 VDC, 4...20 mA
-
S
InRun- 110.220-U-A
110 / 220 lbf
2/3/6/9 s / 0.0394"
-
On-off, 3-pos 0...10 VDC, 4...20 mA
-
S
InRun- 550.1100-U-A
550 / 1,100 lbf 2/3/6/9 s / 0.0394"
-
On-off, 3-pos 0...10 VDC, 4...20 mA
-
S
InRun-1650.2200-U-A
1,650 / 2,200 lbf (1,760 lbf)
4/6/9/12 s / 0.0394"
-
On-off, 3-pos 0...10 VDC, 4...20 mA
-
S
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Accessories
Type
Technical Data
Stick
Stick to change parameter and factory settings such as running time, torque, spring return time, force control and write protection depending on actuator
HV-R
Manual override with locking mechanism suitable for ..Run valve actuators size S
GMB-1
Rubber bellow up to 2.36", colour black
Adaption
Different adaptations for different valve types and sizes available. Please don‘t hesitate to ask for technical solution
Special options and offshore kits see page 23
Required Data for Valve Adaptation
To select the right valve adaptation and get the right price information the
following data are required:
1. Valve manufacturer
2. Valve type
3. Valve nominal size (diameter) DN
For adaptations which are already designed by Schischek this information
is sufficient.
To design new adaptations we need additional details of the valve body
as well as drawings.
With the purchase order you have to provide actuator type and type of
adaptation.
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ExRun-…
RedRun-…
InRun-…
Adaption
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VA/CT Special Options Actuators – Overview
Overview of Special Options of Schischek Actuators for use under Extreme Weather Conditions
Installation/Application Area:
Advantages of Special Options:
Usage in hazardous areas under extreme weather conditions and / or for offshore/
onshore applications.
•• Resistant against corrosive and / or maritime atmosphere
•• Usage under extreme weather conditions
•• Approved for offshore- / onshore applications
•• Robust and thereby extended period of application time of actuators
Special Options Quarter Turn Actuators Size S
VAS ..Max-.. S
CTS
Housing material in stainless steel (VAS) or
aluminium housing with C5-M painting (CTS) for
use under extreme weather conditions.
normal wiring
VAS
CTS
Special Options Quarter Turn Actuators Size M
VAM ..Max-.. M
CTM
..Max-.. ¼ Turn Actuators Size M
Surrounding housing in stainless steel (VAM) or
aluminium housing with C5-M painting (CTM) for
use under extreme weather conditions.
normal wiring
VAM
CTM
Special Options Valve Actuators
CTS ..Run-..
..Run-.. Valve Actuators
Aluminium housing with C5-M painting (CTS) for
use under extreme weather conditions.
normal wiring
CTS
Weather Shield for Quarter Turn and Valve Actuators
WS-S ..Max-.. S/M
WS-M ..Run-..
WS-R
..Max-.. ¼ Turn and ..Run Valve Actuators
Weather shield made of stainless steel for protection against weather influences like rain, sun or
snow.
normal wiring
Ordinary Location
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WS-S
WS-M
WS-R
Hazardous Location
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..Max Special Options for Quarter Turn Actuators Size S or M
Explosion Proof
..Max-…VA/CT
Features ..Max-…VA / CT
Special Options
available for ExMax,
RedMax and InMax
In accordance with type
for use in
Hazardous location or
ordinary location
Description
VA version with housing material in stainless steel AISI
316, some parts nickel plated.
CT version with aluminium housing and C5-M­painting,
resistant against corrosive and maritime atmosphere,
some parts nickel plated.
Delivery: 1 quarter turn actuator size S or M
with special option
Ordering Example: ExMax-15.30-VAS
Basics ..Max-…VA / CT
VA:
•• Housing material in stainless steel AISI 316, some parts
nickel plated
CT:
•• C5-M painted aluminium housing
•• Resistant against corrosive and / or maritime atmosphere
•• Cable glands brass nickel plated
•• Screws in stainless steel
For general basics see ..Max quarter turn actuators.
..Max-.. Options
Type
Description / Technical Data
..Max-…-VAS Housing material of ..Max quarter turn actuator size S in stainless steel AISI 316, some parts nickel plated
..Max-…-VAM Enclosure for ..Max quarter turn actuator size M, made of stainless steel AISI 316
..Max-…-CTS Aluminium housing of ..Max quarter turn actuator size S with C5-M painting, resistant against corrosive and maritime atmosphere, some parts nickel plated
..Max-…-CTM Aluminium housing of ..Max quarter turn actuator size M with C5-M painting, resistant against corrosive and maritime atmosphere, some parts nickel plated
WS-S
Weather shield in stainless steel, suitable for all ..Max actuators size S
WS-M
Weather shield in stainless steel, suitable for all ..Max actuators size M
..Run Special Options for Valve Actuators
Explosion Proof
Special Options
..Run-…CTS
available for ExRun,
RedRun and InRun
In accordance with type
for use in
Hazardous location or
ordinary location
Features ..Run-…CTS
Description
Basics ..Run-…CTS
CTS version with aluminium housing and C5-M­painting,
resistant against corrosive and maritime atmosphere,
some parts nickel plated.
CTS:
•• C5-M painted aluminium housing
•• Resistant against corrosive and / or maritime atmosphere
•• Cable glands brass nickel plated
•• Screws in stainless steel
Delivery: 1 valve actuator with
special option
Ordering Example: ExRun-25.50-CTS
For general basics see ..Run valve actuators.
..Run-.. Options
Type
Description / Technical Data
..Run-…-CTS Aluminium housing with C5-M painting for ..Run valve actuator, resistant against corrosive /maritime atmosphere, some parts nickel plated
WS-R
Weather shield in stainless steel, suitable for all ..Run valve actuators
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ExPolar Heating System – Overview
Overview of New Heating System for Use with Schischek Actuators Down to −58 °F (−50°C)
Installation/Application Area:
Advantages of ExPolar:
Usage in hazardous areas for temperatures down to −58 °F (−50 °C).
•• Especially for usage under high sub-zero temperatures
•• Suitable for applications with high temperature fluctuations (−58 °F up to +122 °F)
•• Usage directly in hazardous locations
•• Adaptable on Schischek actuator series type ExMax size S or M, ExRun
°F ExPolar-..-MS
Heating System for Quarter Turn Actuators ExMax Size S
ExPolar-..-MS
Adaptable on Schischek quarter turn actuators type
ExMax-.. size S.
normal wiring
°F ExPolar-..-MM
Heating System for Quarter Turn Actuators ExMax Size M
ExPolar-..-MM
Adaptable on Schischek quarter turn actuators type
ExMax-.. size M.
normal wiring
Heating System for Valve Actuators ExRun
°F ExPolar-..-R
ExPolar-..-R
Adaptable on Schischek valve actuators type
ExRun-...
normal wiring
Ordinary Location
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ExPolar/InPolar Heating System for ¼ Turn Actuators ..Max-.. Size S
Explosion Proof
Industrial
ExPolar-…-MS
Zone 1, 2, 21, 22
Gas + Dust
certified according
ATEX, IECEx
InPolar-…-MS
NOT explosion proof
and only for use in
ordinary location
NEMA4X / IP66
Features ..Polar-…-MS
Description
Controlled heating system for use in
sub-zero regions down to −58 °F or at high
temperature fluctuations from −58 °F
up to +122 °F.
Adaptable on Schischek quarter turn actuators ..Max-.. size S (depending on type).
Delivery: 1 heating system (adaptable)
Ordering Example: ExPolar-240-MS
Basics ..Polar
•• 24/48 VAC/DC, 120/240 VAC
•• 40 W
•• −58…+122 °F (−50…+50 °C)
•• ExPolar for zone 1, 2, 21, 22
•• InPolar for ordinary location
ExPolar-…-MS/InPolar-…-MS
Type
Adaptable on
Operation Temperature
Supply
Power* ExPolar-…-MS ExMax-../RedMax size S
−58 °F up to +122 °F
24 VAC/DC 48 VAC/DC 120 VAC 240 VAC
InPolar- …-MS InMax-.. size S
−58 °F up to +122 °F
24 VAC/DC 48 VAC/DC 120 VAC 240 VAC
Supply voltage
Installation Area
40 W zone 1, 2, 21, 22
40 W ordinary location
*Nominal value
VAS option not considered!
ExPolar/InPolar Heating System for ¼ Turn Actuators ..Max-.. size M
Explosion Proof
Industrial
ExPolar-…-MM
Zone 1, 2, 21, 22
Gas + Dust
certified according
ATEX, IECEx
InPolar-…-MM
NOT explosion proof
and only for use in
ordinary location
NEMA4X / IP66
Features ..Polar-…-MM
Description
Controlled heating system for use in
sub-zero regions down to −58 °F or at high
temperature fluctuations from −58 °F
up to +122 °F.
Adaptable on Schischek quarter turn actuators ..Max-.. size M (depending on type).
Delivery: 1 heating system (adaptable)
Ordering Example: ExPolar-240-MM
Basics ..Polar
•• 24/48 VAC/DC, 120/240 VAC
•• 60 W
•• −58…+122 °F (−50…+50 °C)
•• ExPolar for zone 1, 2, 21, 22
•• InPolar for ordinary location
ExPolar-…-MM/InPolar-…-MM
Type
Adaptable on
Operation Temperature
Supply
Power* ExPolar-…-MM ExMax-../RedMax size M
−58 °F up to +122 °F
24 VAC/DC 48 VAC/DC 120 VAC 240 VAC
InPolar- …-MM
InMax-.. size M
−58 °F up to +122 °F
24 VAC/DC 48 VAC/DC 120 VAC 240 VAC
Supply voltage
Installation Area
60 W zone 1, 2, 21, 22
60 W ordinary location
*Nominal value
ExPolar/InPolar Heating System for Valve Actuators ..Run
Explosion Proof
Industrial
ExPolar-…-R
Zone 1, 2, 21, 22
Gas + Dust
certified according
ATEX, IECEx
InPolar-…-R
NOT explosion proof
and only for use in
ordinary location
NEMA4X / IP66
Features ..Polar-…-R
Description
Controlled heating system for use in
sub-zero regions down to −58 °F or at high
temperature fluctuations from −58 °F
up to +122 °F.
Adaptable on Schischek valve actuators
..Run (depending on type).
Delivery: 1 heating system (adaptable)
Ordering Example: ExPolar-240-R
Basics ..Polar
•• 24/48 VAC/DC, 120/240 VAC
•• 60 W
•• −58…+122 °F (−50…+50 °C)
•• ExPolar for zone 1, 2, 21, 22
•• InPolar for ordinary location
ExPolar-…-R/InPolar-…-R
Type
Adaptable on
Operation Temperature
Supply
ExPolar-…-R ExRun/RedRun
−58 °F up to +122 °F
24 VAC/DC 48 VAC/DC 120 VAC 240 VAC
InPolar- …-R InRun
−58 °F up to +122 °F
24 VAC/DC 48 VAC/DC 120 VAC 240 VAC
Supply voltage
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60 W zone 1, 2, 21, 22
60 W ordinary location
*Nominal value
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Introducing ExReg – HVAC Control Unit for Hazardous Locations!
VAV/CAV and Pressure Control Applications ...
Hazardous Locations Zone 1, 2, 21, 22
Decentralised Control Structures
Reduced Life-Cycle-Costs
No Intrinsic Safe Circuits needed
Integral PID loop
Compatibility to Market Standards
Predefined Settings
Predefined Damper Characteristics
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ExReg../RedReg.. / InReg.. Control Systems – Overview
Overview of the New ExReg.., RedReg.. and InReg.. Control Systems Solution
The controllers are subdevided in 2 installation and 4 application areas.
The New Control Systems Concept Offers Especially in Hazardous Location Huge Benefits:
Installation areas:
ExReg-.........................................Modules for hazardous location zone 1, 2, 21, 22 (ATEX)
RedReg-.......................................Modules for hazardous location Cl. I, Div. 2, zone 2 (ATEX)
InReg-..........................................Modules for ordinary location
1. Usage directly in hazardous areas in zone 1, 2, 21, 22
2. Can be configured on site in the hazardous location
3. Decentralised control structures
4. Fewer components
5. Reduced Life-Cycle-Costs
6. No necessity to install safety barriers or to use special wiring
7. Integral PID loop
8. Optional in stainless steel (AISI 316) or with C5-M painting
9. Predefined Settings and damper characteristics
10. Cost effective
Application areas:
ExReg / RedReg / InReg-V...........Modules for volume flow control (CAV/VAV)
ExReg / RedReg / InReg-V...........Modules for pressure and differential pressure control
ExReg / RedReg / InReg-D...........Modules for temperature control
ExReg / RedReg / InReg-D...........Modules for humidity control
Volume Flow (CAV/VAV) / Pressure ΔP
VAV ExReg-V
ΔP
VAV
normal wiring
Temperature °F (°C)
°F
ExReg-D
%rH
Room sensor
Humidity %rH
ExReg-D
ExReg-D-.., RedReg-D-.., InReg-D-..
Control of humidity in ventilation systems for building management control equipment, for chemical,
pharmaceutical, industrial and offshore plants
directly in hazardous location zones 1, 2 (gas)
and 21, 22 (dust), (InReg-D-.. in ordinary location).
To complete the technical solution an additional valve
actuator type ExMax-...-CY, ExMax-...-CYF (with fail
safe spring return) or ExRun-... is required.
Duct sensor
normal wiring
Ordinary Location
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ExReg-D-.., RedReg-D-.., InReg-D-..
Control of temperature in ventilation systems for
building management control equipment, for chemical, pharmaceutical, industrial and offshore plants
directly in hazardous location zones 1, 2 (gas)
and 21, 22 (dust), (InReg-D-.. in ordinary location).
To complete the technical solution an additional valve
actuator type ExMax-...-CY, ExMax-...-CYF (with fail
safe spring return) or ExRun-... is required.
Duct sensor
normal wiring
ExReg-V-.., RedReg-V-.., InReg-V-..
Control of air flows and pressure in ventilation systems for building management control equipment,
for chemical, pharmaceutical, industrial and offshore
plants directly in hazardous location zones 1, 2 (gas)
and 21, 22 (dust), (InReg-V-.. in ordinary location).
To complete the technical solution on a ventilation
damper (with orifice plate and known shield/kfactor) an additional actuator type ExMax-...-CY or
ExMax-...-CYF (with fail safe spring return) is required.
Room sensor
Hazardous Location
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ExReg-../RedReg-.. / InReg-V300-.. Volume Flow and Pressure Controller CAV / VAV
Ordinary
Safe area
Location
Hazardous
Ex area
Location
VAV Applications in a Typical HVAC System
Restrictor
Air damper
P
M
VAV
PLC-System
Controller
ExReg-V300-..
Differential Pressure
•• 0…300 Pa (1.2 inch
water, VAV)
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ExReg-/RedReg- / InReg-V300-.. Volume Flow and Pressure Controller CAV / VAV
Explosion Proof
Industrial
Features of ExReg-.., RedReg-.., InReg-V300-..
ExReg-V300-..
RedReg-V300-..
InReg-V300-..
Zone 1, 2, 21, 22
Gas + Dust
certified according
ATEX, IECEx
GOST-R
Cl. I, Div. 2
Cl. I, Zone 2
Gas
certified according
CSA
NOT explosion proof
and only for use in
ordinary locations
certified according to
NEMA4X / IP66
Basics for all ..Reg-V300-.. Controller
Description
Compact controller for use in hazardous
areas zone 1, 2, 21, 22 for control / regulation of air / gas flows and pressure in
ventilation systems.
Suitable actuator ..Max-...-CY or ..Max-...CYF (with fail safe spring return) available
separately.
Delivery:
Electric volume flow / pressure controller
with integrated terminal box (ExReg.. with
“Ex-e”), 3 tapping screws, short circuit tube
•• No additional module in the panel required
•• No intrinsically safe wiring required
•• Adjustable “k-factor”
•• Measurement range 0…300 Pa (1.2 inch water)
•• 24 VAC/DC
•• Switch-on delay 3 seconds
•• Air volume monitoring
•• PID controller
•• Programmable w/o additional tools
•• Alarm with alarm delay function
•• LCD backlight, defeatable
•• Aluminium housing, protection NEMAX4X/IP66
•• Integrated terminal box (ExReg.. with “Ex-e”)
•• Optional “C5-M” or stainless steel edition
•• Dimensions (H × W × D) 7.1" × 4.2" × 2.6"
ExReg-V300-.. Volume Flow and Pressure Controller for Zone 1, 2, 21, 22 (ATEX only)
Type
Sensor
Supply
Meas. Range
Connection / Interface (Analogue)
Installation
ExReg-V300-A
Differential pressure
24 VAC/DC 0…300 Pa (1.2 inch water)
1 × actuator, 1 × set point, 1 × actual value, 1 × pos. actuator
zone 1, 2, 21, 22
ExReg-V300-B
Differential pressure
24 VAC/DC 0…300 Pa (1.2 inch water)
1 × actuator, RS485 communication
zone 1, 2, 21, 22
RedReg-V300-.. Volume Flow and Pressure Controller for Class I, Div. 2, Zone 2
Type
Sensor
Supply
Meas. Range
Connection / Interface (Analogue)
Installation
RedReg-V300-A
Differential pressure
24 VAC/DC 0…300 Pa (1.2 inch water)
1 × actuator, 1 × set point, 1 × actual value, 1 × pos. actuator
Cl. I, Div. 2, zone 2
RedReg-V300-B
Differential pressure
24 VAC/DC 0…300 Pa (1.2 inch water)
1 × actuator, RS485 communication
Cl. I, Div. 2, zone 2
InReg-V300-.. Volume Flow and Pressure Controller for Ordinary Location
Type
Sensor
Supply
Meas. Range Connection / Interface (Analogue)
Installation
InReg-V300-A
Differential pressure
24 VAC/DC 0…300 Pa (1.2 inch water)
1 × actuator, 1 × set point, 1 × actual value, 1 × pos. actuator
ordinary location
InReg-V300-B
Differential pressure
24 VAC/DC 0…300 Pa (1.2 inch water)
1 × actuator, RS485 communication
ordinary location
Actuators for ExReg-../RedReg-../InReg-.. Controller
Type
Torque
Running time 90°
Spring Return
Control Mode
Feedback
Features
ExMax- 5.10-CY
45 / 90 in-lbs
7.5/15/30/60/120 sec.
-
4...20 mA 0…10 VDC
combination with ExReg-..
S
ExMax-15.30-CY
135 / 270 in-lbs
7.5/15/30/60/120 sec.
-
4...20 mA 0…10 VDC
combination with ExReg-..
S
ExMax- 5.10-CYF
45 / 90 in-lbs
7.5/15/30/60/120 sec.
~ 10 sec.
4...20 mA 0…10 VDC
combination with ExReg-..
S
in-lbs
7.5/15/30/60/120 sec.
~ 10 sec.
4...20 mA 0…10 VDC
combination with ExReg-..
S
45 / 90 in-lbs
7.5/15/30/60/120 sec.
-
4...20 mA 0…10 VDC
combination with RedReg-..
S
RedMax-135.270-CY -A 135 / 270 in-lbs
7.5/15/30/60/120 sec.
-
4...20 mA 0…10 VDC
combination with RedReg-..
S
RedMax- 45.90 -CYF-A
7.5/15/30/60/120 sec.
~ 10 sec.
4...20 mA 0…10 VDC
combination with RedReg-..
S
in-lbs
7.5/15/30/60/120 sec.
~ 10 sec.
4...20 mA 0…10 VDC
combination with RedReg-..
S
InMax- 5.10-CY
45 / 90 in-lbs
7.5/15/30/60/120 sec.
-
4...20 mA 0…10 VDC
combination with InReg-..
S
InMax- 15.30-CY
135 / 270 in-lbs
7.5/15/30/60/120 sec.
-
4...20 mA 0…10 VDC
combination with InReg-..
S
InMax- 5.10-CYF
45 / 90 in-lbs
7.5/15/30/60/120 sec.
~ 10 sec.
4...20 mA 0…10 VDC
combination with InReg-..
S
7.5/15/30/60/120 sec.
~ 10 sec.
4...20 mA 0…10 VDC
combination with InReg-..
S
ExMax-15
-CYF
RedMax- 45.90 -CY -A
RedMax-135
InMax- 15
135
45 / 90 in-lbs
-CYF-A 135
-CYF
135
in-lbs
Size
Accessories
Type
Technical Data
MKR Mounting bracket for installation on round air-ducts, diameter up to 23.6" (600 mm)
Kit 2 Includes 2 meter pressure hose, inner diameter 0.24" (6 mm) and 2 plastic fittings
Special options and offshore kits see page 50
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ExReg-../RedReg-.. / InReg-D-.. Temperature °F / Humidity %rH Controller
Temperature and Humidity Applications in a Typical HVAC System
Heater
Humidifier
+
%rH
Ordinary
Location
Hazardous
Location
°C
M
M
°C
PLC-System
%rH
PLC-System
Controller
ExReg-D-..
Temperature/Humidity
•• −40…+257 °F
(−40…+125 °C)
•• 0…100 %rH
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ExReg-../RedReg-.. / InReg-D-.. Temperature °F / Humidity %rH Controller
Explosion Proof
Industrial
Features ExReg-.., RedReg-.., InReg-D-..
ExReg-D-..
RedReg-D-..
InReg-D-..
Description
Basics for all ..Reg-D-.. Controller
Zone 1, 2, 21, 22
Gas + Dust
certified according
ATEX, IECEx
GOST-R
Cl. I, Div. 2
Cl. I, Zone 2
Gas
certified according
CSA
NOT explosion proof
and only for use in
ordinary locations
certified according to
NEMA4X / IP66
Compact temperature or humidity controller
for use in hazardous areas zone 1, 2, 21, 22.
Suitable actuator ..Max-...-CY, ..Max-...-CYF
(with fail safe spring return) or ExRun-..
available separately.
•• No additional module in the panel required
•• No intrinsically safe wiring required
•• Meas. range −40…+257 °F /0…100 %rH
•• 24 VAC/DC
•• Switch-on delay 3 seconds
•• PID controller
•• Programmable w/o additional tools
•• Alarm with alarm delay function
•• LCD backlight, defeatable
•• Aluminium housing, protection NEMAX4X/IP66
•• Integrated terminal box (ExReg.. with “Ex-e”)
•• Optional “C5-M” or stainless steel edition
•• Dimensions (H × W × D) 7.1" × 4.2" × 2.6"
Delivery:
Electric temperature or humidity controller
with integrated terminal box (ExReg.. with
“Ex-e”) and connection for 1 ExPro-C../
InPro-C.. sensor probe, 3 tapping screws
ExReg-D-.. Temperature/Humidity Controller for Zone 1, 2, 21, 22 (ATEX only)
Type
Sensor
Supply
ExReg-D-A*
ExPro-C..
24 VAC/DC −40…+257 °F/0…100 %rH
Meas. Range Connection / Interface (Analogue)
1 × actuator, 1 × set point, 1 × actual value, 1 × pos. actuator
Installation
zone 1, 2, 21, 22
ExReg-D-B*
ExPro-C..
24 VAC/DC −40…+257 °F/0…100 %rH
1 × actuator, RS485 communication
zone 1, 2, 21, 22
*Availability in second quarter.
RedReg-D-.. Temperature/Humidity Controller for Class I, Div. 2, Zone 2
Type
Sensor
Supply
Connection / Interface (Analogue)
Installation
RedReg-D-A*
ExPro-C..
24 VAC/DC −40…+257 °F/0…100 %rH
Meas. Range 1 × actuator, 1 × set point, 1 × actual value, 1 × pos. actuator
Cl. I, Div. 2, zone 2
RedReg-D-B*
ExPro-C..
24 VAC/DC −40…+257 °F/0…100 %rH
1 × actuator, RS485 communication
Cl. I, Div. 2, zone 2
*Availability in second quarter.
InReg-D-.. Temperature/Humidity Controller for Ordinary Location
Type
Sensor
Supply
Meas. Range Connection / Interface (Analogue)
Installation
InReg-D-A*
InPro-C..
24 VAC/DC −40…+257 °F/0…100 %rH
1 × actuator, 1 × set point, 1 × actual value, 1 × pos. actuator
ordinary location
InReg-D-B*
InPro-C..
24 VAC/DC −40…+257 °F/0…100 %rH
1 × actuator, RS485 communication
ordinary location
*Availability in second quarter.
For suitable ..Max actuators see previous page 29
For suitable ..Run valve actuators see page 20
Sensor Probes for ..Reg-D.. Controller
Type
Technical Data
ExPro-CT..
Temperature sensor probe for connection on ExReg-D-.. controller, installation in zone 1, 2, 21, 22
ExPro-CF.. Humidity sensor probe for connection on ExReg-D-.. controller, installation in zone 1, 2, 21, 22
InPro-CT..
Temperature sensor probe for connection on InReg-D-.. controller, installation in ordinary location
InPro-CF.. Humidity sensor probe for connection on InReg-D-.. controller, installation in ordinary location
Combi sensor probes not applicable !
For more details about ExPro-C.. /InPro-C.. see page 37
Accessories
Type
Technical Data
MKR Mounting bracket for installation on round air-ducts diameter up to 23.6" (600 mm)
Special options and offshore kits see page 50
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Introducing ExCos – Modulating Sensor Series for Hazardous Locations!
Differential Pressure, Temperature and Humidity Control Applications ...
Hazardous Locations Zone 1, 2, 21, 22
No transducer in panel needed
No Intrinsic Safe Circuits needed
Easy installation
Easy parameterisation
Reduced installation cost
Actual value indication
Stainless steel solution
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Table of contents
Installation Areas in Division / Zones
GasDustGasDustGasDust
Approvals According to Zone System
Zone 0
20
1
21
2
22
OL**
Approvals According to Division System
Cl. I
Cl. II, III
Cl. I
Cl. II, III
Cl. I
Cl. II, III OL**
Div 1
Div 1
Div 1
Div 1
Div 2
Div 2
Product Line
Page
Modulating Sensors for Temperature, Humidity, Pressure/Differential Pressure
Overview modulating sensors
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ExCos-P differential pressure, VAV sensors ± 100… 7.500 Pa (0.4…30 inch water) (HL*)
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RedCos-P differential pressure, VAV sensors ± 100… 7.500 Pa (0.4…30 inch water) (HL*)
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InCos-P differential pressure, VAV sensors ± 100… 7.500 Pa (0.4…30 inch water) (OL**)
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ExCos-D temperature and humidity transducer for ExPro-C… sensors (HL*)
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RedCos-D temperature and humidity transducer for ExPro-C… sensors (HL*)
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InCos-D temperature and humidity transducer for InPro-C… sensors (OL**)
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ExPro-C… temperature and humidity sensor probes for operation in HVAC systems (HL*)
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InPro-C… temperature and humidity sensor probes for operation in HVAC systems (OL**)
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ExCos-A transducer for passive, potential free, modulating ExSens sensors (HL*)
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RedCos-A transducer for passive, potential free, modulating ExSens sensors (HL*)
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InCos-A transducer for passive, potential free, modulating sensors (OL**)
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ExSens modulating, passive temperature- /humidity- /pressure sensors (HL*)
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Special Options for Sensors
Overview special options for sensors
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Overview heating system ExPolar for sensors
51
ExPolar
heating system for sensors' use in Ex areas down to −58 °F (−50 °C) (HL*)
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InPolar
heating system for sensors' use in ordinary location down to −58 °F (−50 °C) (OL**)
51
*HL = Hazardous Location **OL = Ordinary Location () Zone System Only
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ExCos../RedCos.. / InCos.. Sensors – Overview
Overview of ExCos..., RedCos and InCos Sensor Technology
The Sensors are Subdevided in 3 Installation- and 3 Application Areas.
The Sensor Concept Offers Especially in Hazardous Locations Huge Benefits:
Installation areas:
ExCos-....................................sensors for hazardous locations zone 1, 2, 21, 22 (ATEX)
RedCos- .................................sensors for hazardous locations Cl. I, Div. 2, Gr. ABCD/zone 2
InCos-.....................................sensors for ordinary locations (NEMA4X /IP66)
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Application areas:
Ex / Red / InCos-P....................sensors for pressure and differential pressure
Ex / Red / InCos-D + ..Pro-C....active sensor-heads for temperature and /or humidity
Ex / Red / InCos-A + ..Sens.....passive sensors for temperature, humidity and potentiometer
No intrinsically safe wiring required between the control panel and the sensor
No intrinsically safe circuit necessary inside the control panel
No transducer needed in the electrical control panel
Reduced installation cost
Easy installation
Easy parameterisation
Cost savings for electrical components
Actual value indication
Optional in stainless steel (AISI 316) or with C5-M painting
Pressure, Differential Pressure, VAV – Modulating, Active
Δ P ExCos-P
ΔP
normal wiring
Temperature and/or Humidity – Modulating, Active
ExCos-D
°F
%rH + ExPro-C..
Duct installation
normal wiring
Room installation
Temperature and/or Humidity, Potentiometer – Modulating, Passive
ExCos-A
°F
%rH + ExSens
normal wiring
Ordinary Location
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Ex-i wiring
(intrinsically
safe)
ExCos-P.., RedCos-P.., InCos-P.. Sensors
Transmitter with integrated differential-pressure
sensor for direct connection of the air-hoses.
NEMA4X/IP66 housing with integrated terminalbox. Measuring range parametrizable on site.
Outputs 0…10V VDC/4…20 mA. Integrated actual
value indication, illuminated.
ExCos-D.., RedCos-D.., InCos-D..
Transmitter + ExPro-C.., InPro-C.. Sensor Probe
Transmitter for the installation of an ExPro-C.. or
InPro-C.. (with InCos-D) for temperature C° and /
or humidity in %. NEMA4X/IP66 housing with
integrated terminal-box. Measuring-range parametrizable on site. Outputs 0…10V VDC/ 4…20 mA.
Integrated actual value indication, illuminated.
ExCos-A.., RedCos-A.., InCos-A..
Transmitter + ExSens Sensor
Transmitter for a connection of an passive, modulating ExSens sensor type Pt 100, Ni 1000, 0…10 kΩ
over Ex-i electrical conduit. NEMA4X/IP66 housing
with integrated terminal-box. Measuring range parametrizable on site. Outputs 0…10V VDC/4…20 mA.
Integrated actual value indication, illuminated.
Hazardous Location
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ExCos-P/RedCos-P/ InCos-P Differential Pressure Sensors
Explosion Proof
Industrial
ExCos-P…
RedCos-P…
InCos-P…
Zone 1, 2, 21, 22
Gas + Dust
certified according
ATEX, IECEx,
GOST-R, RTN, KOSHA
Cl. I, Div. 2
Zone 2, 22
Gas + Dust
certified according
CSA (gas only)
ATEX, GOST-R, RTN
NOT explosion proof
and only for use in
ordinary locations
certified according to
NEMA4X / IP66
Features of ExCos-P, RedCos-P, InCos-P Sensors
Description
Basics for all …Cos-P Sensors
ExCos-P, RedCos-P and InCos-P are
differential pressure transmitters for HVAC
systems.
Scope of Delivery:
1 transmitter with integrated terminal box
•• No additional module in the panel required !
•• No intrinsically safe wiring required !
•• 24 VAC / DC supply
•• Outputs 0…10 VDC, (0)4…20 mA selectable
•• Measurement range adjustable
•• Actual value indication (which can be switched off)
•• All parameters can be adjusted on site without additional tools and measurement devices
•• Aluminium housing NEMAX4X /IP66
•• Integrated terminal box
•• Dimensions (H × W × D) 7.1" × 4.2" × 2.6"
ExCos-P... Differential Pressure and Volume Control Sensors for Zone 1, 2, 21, 22 (ATEX only)
Type
Max. Range
ExCos-P-100
± 100 Pa (0.4 inch water)
Overload protected up to
25.000 Pa (100 inch water) Freely adjustable, min. range
Measurement Range
20 Pa (0.08 inch water)
Installation Module
zone 1, 2, 21, 22
ExCos-P-250
± 250 Pa (1.0 inch water)
25.000 Pa (100 inch water)
Freely adjustable, min. range
50 Pa (0.2 inch water)
zone 1, 2, 21, 22 ExCos-P-500
± 500 Pa (2.0 inch water)
50.000 Pa (200 inch water)
Freely adjustable, min. range 100 Pa (0.4 inch water)
zone 1, 2, 21, 22 ExCos-P-1250
± 1.250 Pa (5.0 inch water)
50.000 Pa (200 inch water)
Freely adjustable, min. range 250 Pa (1.0 inch water)
zone 1, 2, 21, 22 ExCos-P-2500
± 2.500 Pa (10 inch water)
50.000 Pa (200 inch water)
Freely adjustable, min. range 500 Pa (2.0 inch water)
zone 1, 2, 21, 22 ExCos-P-5000
± 5.000 Pa (20 inch water)
75.000 Pa (300 inch water)
Freely adjustable, min. range 1.000 Pa (4.0 inch water)
zone 1, 2, 21, 22 ExCos-P-7500
± 7.500 Pa (30 inch water)
120.000 Pa (500 inch water)
Freely adjustable, min. range 1.500 Pa (6.0 inch water)
zone 1, 2, 21, 22 RedCos-P... Differential Pressure and Volume Control Sensors for Class I, Div. 2 / Zone 2 or ATEX (Zone 2, 22)
Type
Max. Range
RedCos-P-100
± 100 Pa (0.4 inch water)
Overload protected up to
25.000 Pa (100 inch water)
Freely adjustable, min. range
Measurement Range
20 Pa (0.08 inch water)
Installation Module
Cl. I, Div. 2, zone 2
RedCos-P-250
± 250 Pa (1.0 inch water)
25.000 Pa (100 inch water)
Freely adjustable, min. range
50 Pa (0.2 inch water)
Cl. I, Div. 2, zone 2
RedCos-P-500
± 500 Pa (2.0 inch water)
50.000 Pa (200 inch water)
Freely adjustable, min. range 100 Pa (0.4 inch water)
Cl. I, Div. 2, zone 2
RedCos-P-1250
± 1.250 Pa (5.0 inch water)
50.000 Pa (200 inch water)
Freely adjustable, min. range 250 Pa (1.0 inch water)
Cl. I, Div. 2, zone 2
RedCos-P-2500
± 2.500 Pa (10 inch water)
50.000 Pa (200 inch water)
Freely adjustable, min. range 500 Pa (2.0 inch water)
Cl. I, Div. 2, zone 2
RedCos-P-5000
± 5.000 Pa (20 inch water)
75.000 Pa (300 inch water)
Freely adjustable, min. range 1.000 Pa (4.0 inch water)
Cl. I, Div. 2, zone 2
RedCos-P-7500
± 7.500 Pa (30 inch water)
120.000 Pa (500 inch water)
Freely adjustable, min. range 1.500 Pa (6.0 inch water)
Cl. I, Div. 2, zone 2
InCos-P... Differential Pressure and Volume Control Sensors for Ordinary Location
Type
Max. Range
InCos-P-100
± 100 Pa (0.4 inch water)
Overload protected up to
25.000 Pa (100 inch water)
Freely adjustable, min. range
Measurement Range
20 Pa (0.08 inch water)
Installation Module
ordinary location InCos-P-250
± 250 Pa (1.0 inch water)
25.000 Pa (100 inch water)
Freely adjustable, min. range
50 Pa (0.2 inch water)
ordinary location InCos-P-500
± 500 Pa (2.0 inch water)
50.000 Pa (200 inch water)
Freely adjustable, min. range 100 Pa (0.4 inch water)
ordinary location InCos-P-1250
± 1.250 Pa (5.0 inch water)
50.000 Pa (200 inch water)
Freely adjustable, min. range 250 Pa (1.0 inch water)
ordinary location InCos-P-2500
± 2.500 Pa (10 inch water)
50.000 Pa (200 inch water)
Freely adjustable, min. range 500 Pa (2.0 inch water)
ordinary location InCos-P-5000
± 5.000 Pa (20 inch water)
75.000 Pa (300 inch water)
Freely adjustable, min. range 1.000 Pa (4.0 inch water)
ordinary location InCos-P-7500
± 7.500 Pa (30 inch water)
120.000 Pa (500 inch water)
Freely adjustable, min. range 1.500 Pa (6.0 inch water)
ordinary location Accessories and Special Designs
Type
Technical Data
Ex/RedCos-P..-A
Version with one additional intrinsically safe circuit (0) 4…20 mA output to connect external actual value indicator in hazardous location
InCos-P..-A
Version with one additional (0)4…20 mA output to connect external actual value indicator in ordinary location
MKR Mounting bracket for installation on round air-ducts, diameter up to 23.6" (600 mm)
Kit 2 Includes 78.7" (2 m) pressure hose inner diameter 0.24" (6 mm) and 2 plastic fittings
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ExCos-D/RedCos-D/ InCos-D Temperature / Humidity Transmitter
Explosion Proof
Industrial
Features ExCos-D, RedCos-D, InCos-D Transmitter
ExCos-D…
RedCos-D…
InCos-D…
Description
Basics for all …Cos-D Sensors
Zone 1, 2, 21, 22
Gas + Dust
certified according
ATEX, IECEx,
GOST-R, RTN, KOSHA
Cl. I, Div. 2
Zone 2, 22
Gas + Dust
certified according
CSA (gas only)
ATEX, GOST-R, RTN
NOT explosion proof
and only for use in
ordinary locations
certified according to
NEMA4X / IP66
ExCos-D, RedCos-D and InCos-D transmitter together with ExPro -C… / InPro-C…
digital sensors are for temperature and / or
humidity measurement in HVAC systems.
Scope of Delivery: 1 transmitter with
connection for
1 ExPro-C… sensor
Required Accessory:
1 ExPro-C… or InPro-C… sensor
Ordering Example for 1 temperature duct
sensing, 6" (150 mm) sensor tube, sensor
in zone 21, indicator in zone 22.
Types to order:
1 × ExCos-D (Ex-i transmitter)
1 × ExPro-CT150 + (Ex-i sensor)
•• No additional module in the panel required !
•• No intrinsically safe wiring required !
•• 24 VAC / DC supply
•• Connector for ExPro-C… sensors for room or duct mounting
•• Outputs 0…10 VDC, 4…(0)20 mA selectable
•• Measurement range adjustable
•• Actual value indication (which can be switched off)
•• All parameters can be adjusted on site without additional tools and measurement devices
•• Aluminium housing NEMAX4X /IP66
•• Integrated terminal box
•• Dimensions (H × W × D) 7.1" × 4.2" × 2.6"
ExCos-D Temperature/Humidity Transmitter for Sensor ExPro-C.. (next page) for Zone 1, 2, 21, 22 (ATEX only)
Type
Technical Data
ExCos-D
Module to connect 1 ExPro-C… sensor for temperture and /or humidity for use in hazardous areas zone 1, 2, 21, 22
Installation Module
Installation ExPro-C.. Sensor
zone 1, 2, 21, 22
RedCos-D Temperature/Humidity Transmitter for Sensor ExPro-C.. (next page) for Class I, Div. 2 / Zone 2 or ATEX
Type
Technical Data
RedCos-D
Module to connect 1 ExPro-C… sensor for temperture and /or humidity for use in hazardous areas Cl. I, Div. 2, zone 2
Installation Module
Installation ExPro-C.. Sensor
Cl. I, Div. 2, zone 2
InCos-D Temperature/Humidity Transmitter for Sensor InPro-C.. (next page) for Ordinary Location
Type
Technical Data
Installation Module
Installation InPro-C.. Sensor
InCos-D
Module to connect 1 InPro-C… sensor for temperture and /or humidity for use in ordinary location ordinary location
ordinary location
Accessories and Special Designs
Type
Technical Data
Ex/RedCos-D-A
Version with two* additional intrinsic safe circuit (0) 4…20 mA outputs to connect external actual value indicator in hazardous location
InCos-D-A
Version with two* additional (0)4…20 mA outputs to connect external actual value indicator in ordinary location
MKR Mounting bracket for installation on round air-ducts diameter up to 23.6" (600 mm)
VL3
Sensor extension cable 118" (3 m)
*Output 1 = for °C, Output 2 = for %rH
Special options and offshore kits see page 50
Example of Combinations
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ExPro-C…/InPro-C… Temperature / Humidity Sensors
Explosion Proof
Industrial
Features ExPro-C…, InPro-C… Sensors
ExPro-C…
Zone 1, 2, 21, 22
Gas + Dust
certified according
CSA*, ATEX, IECEx
in combination with
ExCos-D/RedCos-D
transmitter
(*only in combination
with RedCos-D)
InPro-C…
Description
Only for use with
InCos-D.. transmitters !
NOT explosion proof
and only for use in
ordinary locations
certified according to
NEMA4X / IP66
ExPro-C… sensors are used for measurements of
temperature and/or humidity in hazardous areas, for exclusive use with ExCos-D… / RedCos-D… transmitters !
Basics for all ExPro-C…/ InPro-C… Sensors
InPro-C… sensors are suitable for temperature and / or
humidity measurement in safe areas, for exclusive use
with InCos-D… transmitters !
Scope of Delivery: 1 sensor with connector
Example: room-humidity sensor, 2"
(50 mm) length
Type: 1 × ExPro-CF-50
Attention:
•• Sensors for connection to ExCos-D…, RedCos-D… transmitters. Mechanical and electrical adaptation via
connector
•• ExPro -C… / InPro-C… sensors can be screwed to the
housing optionally at the back (duct measurement)
or bottom (room measurement)
•• When using humidity-sensors, the contamination and aggressiveness of the medium has to be regarded
only in combination with:
1 × ExCos-D or RedCos-D
(InCos-D with InPro-C… sensors)
Sensor Probes for ExCos-D and RedCos-D Transmitter
Type
Sensor Length
Main Use
Connectable to
Installation Area
ExPro-CT - 50
Function
Temperature sensor
-40…+176 °F Range
2" (50 mm)
Room/Duct
ExCos-D, RedCos-D
Div. 2 / zone 1, 2, 21, 22
ExPro-CT -100
Temperature sensor
-40…+257 °F
4" (100 mm)
Duct
ExCos-D, RedCos-D
Div. 2 / zone 1, 2, 21, 22
ExPro-CT -150
Temperature sensor
-40…+257 °F
6" (150 mm)
Duct
ExCos-D, RedCos-D
Div. 2 / zone 1, 2, 21, 22
ExPro-CT -200
Temperature sensor
-40…+257 °F
8" (200 mm)
Duct
ExCos-D, RedCos-D
Div. 2 / zone 1, 2, 21, 22
ExPro-CF - 50
Humidity sensor 0…100 %rH 2" (50 mm)
Room/Duct
ExCos-D, RedCos-D
Div. 2 / zone 1, 2, 21, 22
ExPro-CF -100
Humidity sensor 0…100 %rH
4" (100 mm)
Duct
ExCos-D, RedCos-D
Div. 2 / zone 1, 2, 21, 22
ExPro-CF -150
Humidity sensor 0…100 %rH
6" (150 mm)
Duct
ExCos-D, RedCos-D
Div. 2 / zone 1, 2, 21, 22
ExPro-CF -200
Humidity sensor 0…100 %rH
8" (200 mm)
Duct
ExCos-D, RedCos-D
Div. 2 / zone 1, 2, 21, 22
ExPro-CTF- 50
Temperature/Humidity
-40…+176 °F/0…100 %rH 2" (50 mm)
Room/Duct
ExCos-D, RedCos-D
Div. 2 / zone 1, 2, 21, 22
ExPro-CTF-100
Temperature/Humidity
-40…+257 °F/0…100 %rH
4" (100 mm)
Duct
ExCos-D, RedCos-D
Div. 2 / zone 1, 2, 21, 22
ExPro-CTF-150
Temperature/Humidity
-40…+257 °F/0…100 %rH
6" (150 mm)
Duct
ExCos-D, RedCos-D
Div. 2 / zone 1, 2, 21, 22
ExPro-CTF-200
Temperature/Humidity
-40…+257 °F/0…100 %rH
8" (200 mm)
Duct
ExCos-D, RedCos-D
Div. 2 / zone 1, 2, 21, 22
Main Use
Connectable to
Installation Area
Sensor Probes for InCos-D Transmitter
Type
Function
Measurement Range
Sensor Length
InPro-CT - 50
Temperature sensor
-40…+176 °F 2" (50 mm)
Room/Duct
InCos-D
ordinary location
InPro-CT -100
Temperature sensor
-40…+257 °F
4" (100 mm)
Duct
InCos-D
ordinary location
InPro-CT -150
Temperature sensor
-40…+257 °F
6" (150 mm)
Duct
InCos-D
ordinary location
InPro-CT -200
Temperature sensor
-40…+257 °F
8" (200 mm)
Duct
InCos-D
ordinary location
InPro-CF - 50
Humidity sensor
0…100 %rH 2" (50 mm)
Room/Duct
InCos-D
ordinary location
InPro-CF -100
Humidity sensor
0…100 %rH
4" (100 mm)
Duct
InCos-D
ordinary location
InPro-CF -150
Humidity sensor
0…100 %rH
6" (150 mm)
Duct
InCos-D
ordinary location
InPro-CF -200
Humidity sensor
0…100 %rH
8" (200 mm)
Duct
InCos-D
ordinary location
InPro-CTF- 50
Temperature/Humidity
-40…+176 °F/0…100 %rH 2" (50 mm)
Room/Duct
InCos-D
ordinary location
InPro-CTF-100
Temperature/Humidity
-40…+257 °F/0…100 %rH
4" (100 mm)
Duct
InCos-D
ordinary location
InPro-CTF-150
Temperature/Humidity
-40…+257 °F/0…100 %rH
6" (150 mm)
Duct
InCos-D
ordinary location
InPro-CTF-200
Temperature/Humidity
-40…+257 °F/0…100 %rH
8" (200 mm)
Duct
InCos-D
ordinary location
Accessories
Type
Technical Data
MFK
Mounting flange for duct-installation, for variable depth of immersion in the air duct
TH-VA
Probe made of stainless-steel V4A 1.4571, length 4.7" (120 mm). Other lengths on request
Kit-FA-VA
Sinter filter cap for humidity sensor
MKR
Mounting bracket for installation on round air-ducts, diameter up to 23.6" (600 mm)
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ExCos-A/RedCos-A/ InCos-A Temperature / Humidity Transmitter
Explosion Proof
Industrial
Features of ExCos-A, RedCos-A, InCos-A Transmitter
ExCos-A…
RedCos-A…
InCos-A…
Description
Basics for all …Cos-A Transmitter
Zone 1, 2, 21, 22
Gas + Dust
certified according
ATEX, IECEx,
GOST-R, RTN, KOSHA
Cl. I, Div. 2
Zone 2, 22
Gas + Dust
certified according
CSA (gas only)
ATEX, GOST-R, RTN
NOT explosion proof
and only for use in
ordinary locations
certified according to
NEMA4X / IP66
ExCos-A, RedCos-A and InCos-A transmitter together with modulating ExSens
passive sensors are for temperature or
humidity measurement in HVAC systems.
Scope of Delivery: 1 transmitter with connection for modulating
1 ExSens sensor
Required Accessory:
1 ExSens sensor, see next page
Ordering Example for measuring of temperature in air duct, with Pt 100 in zone 1.
Types to order:
1 × ExCos-A (Ex-i transmitter)
1 × TFR-2G (Ex-i sensor)
•• No additional module in the panel required !
•• No intrinsically safe wiring required !
•• 24 VAC/DC supply
•• Connector for 1 ExSens sensor for room or duct mounting
•• Outputs: 0…10 VDC, (0)4…20 mA selectable
•• Input: Pt 100, Pt 500, Pt 1000, Ni 100, Ni 200, Ni 500, Ni 1000, Ni 1000 Siemens, KP 250, Passive sensors with resistance output 0…1.000 Ohm, 0…10.000 Ohm
•• Measuring range adjustable
•• Actual value indication (which can be switched off)
•• All parameters can be adjusted on site without additional tools and measurement devices
•• Aluminium housing NEMAX4X /IP66
•• Integrated terminal box
•• Dimensions (H × W × D) 7.1" × 4.2" × 2.6"
ExCos-A Transmitter for Passive Sensors for Zone 1, 2, 21, 22 (ATEX only)
Type
Technical Data
Installation Module Installation Sensor*
ExCos-A
Module to connect 1 modulating ExSens sensor for temperture or humidity for use in hazardous areas zone 1, 2, 21, 22
zone 0, 1, 2, 20, 21, 22
* in acc. with certification of sensor !
RedCos-A Transmitter for Passive Sensors for Class I, Div. 2 / Zone 2 or ATEX (Zone 2, 22)
Type
Technical Data
Installation Module Installation Sensor*
RedCos-A
Module to connect 1 modulating ExSens sensor for temperture or humidity for use in hazardous areas Cl. I, Div. 2, zone 2
Cl. I, Div. 2, zone 2
* in acc. with certification of sensor !
InCos-A Transmitter for Passive Sensors for Ordinary Location
Type
Technical Data
Installation Module Installation Sensor
InCos-A
Module to connect 1 modulating sensor for temperture or humidity for use in ordinary location Sensors: all passive sensors like Pt 100, Pt 1000, Ni 100, 200, 1000
ordinary location
ordinary location
Accessories and Special Designs
Type
Technical Data
Ex/RedCos-A-A
Version with one additional intrinsically safe circuit (0) 4…20 mA output to connect external actual value indicator in hazardous location
InCos-A-A
Version with one additional (0)4…20 mA output to connect external indicator in ordinary location
MKR Mounting bracket for installation on round air-ducts diameter up to 23.6" (600 mm)
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ExSens Passive Modulating Sensors for Hazardous Locations
Explosion Proof
Features Modulating ExSens Sensors
Passive
ExSens
Zone 1, 2
Gas + Dust
certified according
CSA, ATEX
Manufacturer
certification
"Simple apparatus"
Description
Basics for ExSens Sensors
ExSens sensors for temperature or humidity measurement in hazardous areas with manufacturer certification
in acc. with ATEX 94/9/EC. The sensors are passive and
potential free.
•• Sensors for installation in hazardous areas, connected to a relevant transmitter, e.g. ExCos-A or RedCos-A
•• The transmitter changes the passive resistance signal into an active 0...10 VDC / 4...20 mA signal
Scope of Delivery: 1 Sensor
Ordering Example for 1 room humidity sensor
Type to Purchase: 1 × FFR-2G
Sensors, connectable to ExCos-A and RedCos-A Transmitter for Div. 2, Gr. ABCD / Zone 1, 2 (ATEX)
Type
Function
Measuring Range
Sensor Connectable to Transducers
Installation Area
TFR-2G
Room temperature
-22…+140 °F
Pt 100 DIN ExCos-A, RedCos-A
Div. 2, zone 1, 2
TFM-2G-3
Mean value temperature 118" (3 m)
-20…+158 °F
Pt 100 DIN
ExCos-A, RedCos-A
Div. 2, zone 1, 2
FFR-2G
Room humidity
30…100 %rH
0…1 kΩ
ExCos-A, RedCos-A
Div. 2, zone 1, 2
FFK-2G
Duct humidity
30…100 %rH
0…1 kΩ
ExCos-A, RedCos-A
Div. 2, zone 1, 2
TFFR-2G
Room combination temp. /humidity
14…+140 °F/30…100 %rH
0…1 kΩ, Pt 100 2 × ExCos-A, 2 × RedCos-A
Div. 2, zone 1, 2
TFFK-2G
Duct combination temp. /humidity
-4…+140 °F/30…100 %rH
0…1 kΩ, Pt 100 2 × ExCos-A, 2 × RedCos-A
Div. 2, zone 1, 2
SGR-2G
Potentiometer
Resistance
0…1 kΩ
ExCos-A, RedCos-A
Div. 2, zone 1, 2
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Introducing ExBin – Binary Sensor Series for Hazardous Locations!
Differential Pressure, Temperature, Humidity, Fan Belt Monitoring and Frost Protection Applications ...
Hazardous Locations Zone 1, 2, 21, 22
No module in panel needed
No Intrinsic Safe Circuits needed
Easy installation
Easy parameterisation
Reduced installation cost
Actual value indication
Stainless steel solution
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Table of contents
Installation Areas in Division / Zones
GasDustGasDustGasDust
Approvals According to Zone System
Zone 0
20
1
21
2
22
OL**
Approvals According to Division System
Cl. I
Cl. II, III
Cl. I
Cl. II, III
Cl. I
Cl. II, III OL**
Div 1
Div 1
Div 1
Div 1
Div 2
Div 2
Product Line
Page
Binary Sensors (Thermostats, Hygrostats, Pressostats, Fan Belt Protection, Frost Protection)
Overview binary sensor technology
40-42
ExBin-P pressure /differential pressure 0… 5.000 Pa (0.4…20 inch water) (HL*)
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RedBin-P pressure /differential pressure 0… 5.000 Pa (0.4…20 inch water) (HL*)
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InBin-P pressure /differential pressure 0… 5.000 Pa (0.4…20 inch water) (OL**)
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ExBin-FR frost protection thermostat 14…
59 °F (HL*)
44
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RedBin-FR
frost protection thermostat 14…
59 °F (HL*)
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InBin-FR frost protection thermostat 14…
59 °F (OL**)
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ExBin-N drive belt monitoring 0… 10.000 U/min-1 (HL*)
-1
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RedBin-N drive belt monitoring 0… 10.000 U/min (HL*)
45
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InBin-N drive belt monitoring 0… 10.000 U/min-1 (OL**)
ExBin-D temperature and humidity thermostat for ExPro-B… probe sensors (HL*)
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RedBin-D temperature and humidity thermostat for ExPro-B… probe sensors (HL*)
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InBin-D temperature and humidity thermostat for InPro-B… probe sensors (OL**)
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ExPro-B… digital thermostat /hygrostat sensor probes for operation in HVAC systems (HL*)
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InPro-B… digital thermostat /hygrostat sensor probes for operation in HVAC systems (OL**)
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ExBin-A modules for adaptation of 1-5 passive, potential free, binary ExSens sensors (HL*)
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RedBin-A modules for adaptation of 1-5 passive, potential free, binary ExSens sensors (HL*)
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InBin-A modules for adaptation of 1-5 passive, potential free, binary sensors (OL**)
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ExSens binary, passive temperature- /humidity- /pressure sensors (HL*)
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Special Options for Sensors
Overview special options for sensors
50
Overview heating system ExPolar for sensors
51
ExPolar
heating system for sensors' use in Ex areas down to −58 °F (−50 °C) (HL*)
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InPolar
heating system for sensors' use in ordinary location down to −58 °F (−50 °C) (OL**)
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*HL = Hazardous Location **OL = Ordinary Location () Zone System Only
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ExBin../RedBin.. / InBin.. Binary Sensors – Overview
Overview of ExBin.., RedBin.. and InBin.. Sensor Technology
The Binary Sensors are Subdevided in 3 Installation- and 5 Application Areas.
The Binary Sensor Concept Offers Especially in Hazardous Locations Huge Benefits:
Installation areas:
ExBin-.....................................Sensors for hazardous location zone 1, 2, 21, 22 (ATEX)
RedBin- ..................................Sensors for hazardous location Cl. I, Div. 2, Gr. ABCD/zone 2
InBin-......................................Sensors for ordinary location (NEMA4X /IP66)
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Application areas:
Ex / Red / InBin-P.....................sensors for pressure and differential pressure monitoring
Ex / Red / InBin-FR ..................sensors for frost protection monitoring
Ex / Red / InBin-N.....................sensors for drive belt monitoring
Ex / Red / InBin-D + ..Pro-B.....active probe sensors for temperature and/or humidity monitoring
Ex / Red / InBin-A + ..Sens...... passive probe sensors for temperature, humidity, pressure monitoring
No intrinsically safe wiring required between the control panel and the sensor
No intrinsically safe circuit necessary inside the control panel
No switching module needed in the electrical control panel
Reduced installation cost
Easy installation
Easy parameterisation
1- and 2-stage versions available
Actual value indication
Optional in stainless steel (AISI 316) or with C5-M painting
Differential Pressure Switch ExBin-P-100
Highlights
•• Differential pressure range adjustable between 0 to 0.08 and 0 to 0.4 inch water
Ideal for purge and
pressurization systems
•• Adjustable time delay on "door open alarm" (can also be de-activated)
•• Applications with a smaller differential pressure range
Pressure, Differential Pressure (Filter/Fan Belt Monitoring) – Binary, Active
Δ P ExBin-P
ΔP
normal wiring
Frost Protection Thermostats – Binary, Active
°F
ExBin-FR
Frost protection thermostat mechanically adjustable and switching. Setting range 14...59 °F.
118" or 236" (3 or 6 m) capillary as sensor with
a resolution of 15.75" (40 cm) effective range.
Switching status display with LED. NEMA4X / IP66
Aluminium die-cast housing with integrated terminal box. Output 1 potential-free make contact.
Drive Belt Monitoring via Speed Control – Binary, Activ
ExBin-N.., RedBin-N.., InBin-N..
ExBin-N
Binary, contactless fan belt monitoring by inductive
speed control. Measurement range 0..10.000 min-1,
Setting range 50...10.000 min-1, incl. time switch
relais and indication of actual value. NEMA4X/IP66
Aluminium die-cast housing with integrated terminal
box. Output 1 potential-free make contact. 2-stage
version available optional.
normal wiring
Thermostats, Hygrostats – Binary, Activ
ExBin-D
°F
%rH + ExPro-B..
Room sensor
1-, 2- or 5-Channel Ex-Switching Module for Passive, Binary Sensors
normal wiring
Ordinary Location
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ExBin-D.., RedBin-D.., InBin-D.. + ExPro-B..
Respectively InPro-B... Sensor Probes
Duct sensor
normal wiring
ExBin-A
°F
%rH + ExSens
ΔP
Binary pressure/differential pressure auxilliary switch
0...500 or 0...5.000 Pa, for direct connection of air
hoses. NEMA4X/IP66 aluminium die-casting housing with integrated terminal box. Set points adjustable on site, output 1 potential-free make contact.
Integrated indication of actual value, illuminated.
2-stage version optionally available.
ExBin-FR.., RedBin-FR.., InBin-FR..
normal wiring
Umin
ExBin-P.., RedBin-P.., InBin-P..
Ex-i wiring
(intrinsically safe)
Thermostats and/or hygrostats for connection of one ExPro-B.. respectively InPro-B.. sensor probe. Operating
range adjustable. Indication of actual value. NEMA4X/
IP66 Aluminium die-cast housing with integrated
terminal box. Output 1 potential-free make contact.
2-stage version optionally available.
ExBin-A1/A2/A5, RedBin-A1/A2/ A5 + ExSens
Sensors Binary
1-, 2- or 5-channel Ex-switching module for connection of max. 5 passive, potential-free binary sensors.
Switching status display with LED. NEMA4X / IP66
Aluminium die-cast housing with integrated terminal
box. Output depending on type 1-5 make contacts
with collective supply unit.
Hazardous Location
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ExBin-P/RedBin-P/ InBin-P Pressure / Differential Pressure Switch, Binary
Industrial
Explosion Proof
ExBin-P…
RedBin-P…
InBin-P…
Zone 1, 2, 21, 22
Gas + Dust
certified according
ATEX, IECEx,
GOST-R, RTN, KOSHA
Cl. I, Div. 2
Zone 2, 22
Gas + Dust
certified according
CSA (gas only)
ATEX, GOST-R, RTN
NOT explosion proof
and only for use in
ordinary locations
certified according to
NEMA4X / IP66
Features of ExBin-P, RedBin-P, InBin-P Sensors
Description
ExBin-P, RedBin-P and InBin-P are pressure switches for HVAC systems, e.g. for
differential pressure control for filter- or fan
belt monitoring.
..Bin-P-100 pressostat allows an achievement of new applications with a smaller
differential pressure range.
Additionally the ..Bin-P-100 has an adjustable switch activation delay contact for
applications which require a time-delayed
fault indication, for example short opening
of doors in clean room environment.
Scope of Delivery:
1 Pressure switch with integrated
terminal box.
Recommended Accessory:
Kit 2
Basics for all …Bin-P Sensors
•• No additional module in the panel required !
•• No intrinsically safe wiring required !
•• 24 VAC / DC supply
•• 1-channel: 1 potential-free contact
•• 2-channel (optional): 2 potential-free contacts
•• Switch-point is digitally adjustable
•• Indication of actual value (can be switched off)
•• Switching status LED
•• All parameters can be adjusted on site
without additional tools and measurement devices
•• Aluminium housing NEMA4X /IP66 with integrated terminal box
•• ..Bin-P-100 with switch activation delay,
adjustable from 0…240 s
•• Dimensions (H × W × D) 7.1" × 4.2" × 2.6"
ExBin-P... Differential Pressure Switch for Zone 1, 2, 21, 22 (ATEX only)
Type
Measurement Range
Overload protected up to
Auxiliary Switch Configuration ExBin-P-100
ExBin-P-500
ExBin-P-500-2
ExBin-P-5000
ExBin-P-5000-2
0… 100 Pa (0.4 inch water)
0… 500 Pa (2.0 inch water)
0… 500 Pa (2.0 inch water)
0…5.000 Pa (20 inch water)
0…5.000 Pa (20 inch water)
5.000 Pa (20 inch water)
5.000 Pa (20 inch water)
5.000 Pa (20 inch water)
50.000 Pa (200 inch water)
50.000 Pa (200 inch water)
1-stage adjustable adjustable time delay 0…240 s
1-stage adjustable
2-stage adjustable 1-stage adjustable
2-stage adjustable Special Feature Installation Module
zone 1, 2, 21, 22
zone 1, 2, 21, 22
zone 1, 2, 21, 22
zone 1, 2, 21, 22
zone 1, 2, 21, 22
RedBin-P... Differential Pressure Switch for Class I, Div. 2 / Zone 2 or ATEX (Zone 2, 22)
Type
Measurement Range
Overload protected up to
Auxiliary Switch Configuration
RedBin-P-100
RedBin-P-500
RedBin-P-500-2
RedBin-P-5000
RedBin-P-5000-2
0… 100 Pa (0.4 inch water)
0… 500 Pa (2.0 inch water)
0… 500 Pa (2.0 inch water)
0…5.000 Pa (20 inch water)
0…5.000 Pa (20 inch water)
5.000 Pa (20 inch water)
5.000 Pa (20 inch water)
5.000 Pa (20 inch water)
50.000 Pa (200 inch water)
50.000 Pa (200 inch water)
1-stage adjustable
adjustable time delay 0…240 s
1-stage adjustable
2-stage adjustable
1-stage adjustable
2-stage adjustable
Special Feature Installation Module
Cl. I, Div. 2, zone 2
Cl. I, Div. 2, zone 2
Cl. I, Div. 2, zone 2
Cl. I, Div. 2, zone 2
Cl. I, Div. 2, zone 2
InBin-P... Differential Pressure Switch for Ordinary Location
Type
Measurement Range
Overload protected up to
Auxiliary Switch Configuration
InBin-P-100
InBin-P-500
InBin-P-500-2
InBin-P-5000
InBin-P-5000-2
0… 100 Pa (0.4 inch water)
0… 500 Pa (2.0 inch water)
0… 500 Pa (2.0 inch water)
0…5.000 Pa (20 inch water)
0…5.000 Pa (20 inch water)
5.000 Pa (20 inch water)
5.000 Pa (20 inch water)
5.000 Pa (20 inch water)
50.000 Pa (200 inch water)
50.000 Pa (200 inch water)
1-stage adjustable
adjustable time delay 0…240 s
1-stage adjustable
2-stage adjustable
1-stage adjustable
2-stage adjustable
Special Feature Installation Module
ordinary location
ordinary location
ordinary location
ordinary location
ordinary location
Accessories
Type
Technical Data
Kit 2
MKR Includes 78.7" (2 m) pressure hose inner diameter 0.24" (6 mm) and 2 plastic fittings
Mounting bracket for installation on round air-ducts diameter up to 23.6" (600 mm)
Special options and offshore kits see page 50
Pressure, Differential Pressure (Filter /Fan Belt Monitoring) – Binary, Active
ΔP
normal wiring
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ExBin-FR/RedBin-FR/ InBin-FR Frost Protection Thermostats
Explosion Proof
Industrial
Features ExBin-FR, RedBin-FR, InBin-FR Frost Protection Thermostats
ExBin-FR…
RedBin-FR…
InBin-FR…
Description
Basics for all …Bin-FR Sensors
Zone 1, 2, 21, 22
Gas + Dust
certified according
ATEX, IECEx,
GOST-R, RTN, KOSHA
Cl. I, Div. 2
Zone 2, 22
Gas + Dust
certified according
CSA (gas only)
ATEX, GOST-R, RTN
NOT explosion proof
and only for use in
ordinary locations
certified according to
NEMA4X / IP66
ExBin-FR, RedBin-FR and InBin-FR are
frost protection thermostats for HVAC
systems, e.g. for frost protection monitoring
of heating registers / heat exchangers.
•• No additional module in the panel required !
•• No intrinsically safe wiring required !
•• 24 VAC/DC supply
•• Temperature sensoring by capillary with 118" or 236" (3 m or 6 m) length
(depending on type)
•• Min. reaction length of capillary ~ 16"
(~ 40 cm)
•• 1 potential-free contact
•• Switch-point is mechanically adjustable
•• Switching status display with LED
•• Aluminium housing NEMA4X /IP66 with integrated terminal box
•• Dimensions (H × W × D) 7.1" × 4.2" × 2.6"
Scope of Delivery:
1 Frost protection thermostat with integrated terminal box, with 118" or 236"
(3 m or 6 m) capillary (depending on type).
Recommended Accessory:
for ..Bin-FR3: Kit 1.3
for ..Bin-FR6: Kit 1.6
ExBin-FR... Frost Protection Thermostats for Zone 1, 2, 21, 22 (ATEX only)
Type
Capillary
Temperature Range
Setting Range
Installation Module
ExBin-FR-3
118" (3 m)
14…59 °F
1-stage adjustable switch-point in temperature range
zone 1, 2, 21, 22
ExBin-FR-6
236" (6 m)
14…59 °F
1-stage adjustable switch-point in temperature range
zone 1, 2, 21, 22
RedBin-FR... Frost Protection Thermostats for Class I, Div. 2 / Zone 2 or ATEX (Zone 2, 22)
Type
Capillary
Temperature Range
Setting Range
Installation Module
RedBin-FR-3
118" (3 m)
14…59 °F
1-stage adjustable switch-point in temperature range
Cl. I, Div. 2, zone 2
RedBin-FR-6
236" (6 m)
14…59 °F
1-stage adjustable switch-point in temperature range
Cl. I, Div. 2, zone 2
InBin-FR... Frost Protection Thermostats for Ordinary Location
Type
Capillary
Temperature Range
Setting Range
Installation Module
InBin-FR-3
118" (3 m)
14…59 °F
1-stage adjustable switch-point in temperature range
ordinary location
InBin-FR-6
236" (6 m)
14…59 °F
1-stage adjustable switch-point in temperature range
ordinary location
Accessories
Type
Technical Data
Kit 1.3
Capillary duct, assembly cramp and 4 assembly brackets for frost protection thermostat ..Bin-FR-3
Kit 1.6
Capillary duct, assembly cramp and 8 assembly brackets for frost protection thermostat ..Bin-FR-6
MKR Mounting bracket for installation on round air-ducts diameter up to 23.6" (600 mm)
Special options and offshore kits see page 50
Frost Protection Thermostat – Binary, Active
normal wiring
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ExBin-N/RedBin-N/ InBin-N Fan Belt Monitoring via Speed Control
Explosion Proof
Industrial
Features of ExBin-N, RedBin-N, InBin-N Fan Belt Monitoring Modules
ExBin-N…
RedBin-N…
InBin-N…
Description
Basics for all …Bin-N Sensors
Zone 1, 2, 21, 22
Gas + Dust
certified according
ATEX, IECEx,
GOST-R, RTN, KOSHA
Cl. I, Div. 2
Zone 2, 22
Gas + Dust
certified according
CSA (gas only)
ATEX, GOST-R, RTN
NOT explosion proof
and only for use in
ordinary locations
certified according to
NEMA4X / IP66
ExBin-N, RedBin-N and InBin-N are fan belt
monitoring modules for HVAC systems, via
speed control of fan drive shaft.
•• No additional module in the panel required !
•• No intrinsically safe wiring required !
•• 24 VAC/DC supply
•• Measurement of number of revolutions in min-1
•• Switch-point in min-1 is digitally adjustable
•• Integrated, adjustable time switch relais
•• 1-channel: 1 potential-free contact
•• 2-channel (optional): 2 potential-free contacts
•• Display with indication of actual value
•• Switching status display with LED
•• Aluminium housing NEMA4X /IP66 with integrated terminal box
•• Dimensions (H × W × D) 7.1" × 4.2" × 2.6"
•• Namur transmitter included in delivery
Scope of Delivery:
1 Fan belt monitoring modul with integrated
terminal box and provided, directly mountable Namur transmitter.
Recommended Accessory:
Dependend on air power and dimensions
of ventilator / propeller a mounting console
is required.
The indicated values in m³ / h are empirical
values – they can vary depending on the
construction of ventilator / propeller.
ExBin-N.. Fan Belt Monitoring Modules via Speed Control for Zone 1, 2, 21, 22 (ATEX only)
Type
Sensor
Speed Control Range
Setting Range
Installation Module
ExBin-N
Namur transmitter, inductive, DIN 19234
0 ... 10.000 min-1
1-stage adjustable switch-point from 50…10.000 min-1
zone 1, 2, 21, 22
ExBin-N-2
Namur transmitter, inductive, DIN 19234
0 ... 10.000 min-1
2-stage adjustable switch-point from 50…10.000 min-1
zone 1, 2, 21, 22
RedBin-N.. Fan Belt Monitoring Modules via Speed Control for Class I, Div. 2 / Zone 2 or ATEX (Zone 2, 22)
Type
Sensor
Speed Control Range
Setting Range
Installation Module
RedBin-N
Namur transmitter, inductive, DIN 19234
0 ... 10.000 min-1
1-stage adjustable switch-point from 50…10.000 min-1
Cl. I, Div. 2, zone 2
RedBin-N-2
Namur transmitter, inductive, DIN 19234
0 ... 10.000 min-1
2-stage adjustable switch-point from 50…10.000 min-1
Cl. I, Div. 2, zone 2
InBin-N.. Fan Belt Monitoring Modules via Speed Control for Ordinary Location
Type
Sensor
Speed Control Range
Setting Range
Installation Module
InBin-N
Namur transmitter, inductive, DIN 19234
0 ... 10.000 min-1
1-stage adjustable switch-point from 50…10.000 min-1
ordinary location
InBin-N-2
Namur transmitter, inductive, DIN 19234
0 ... 10.000 min-1
2-stage adjustable switch-point from 50…10.000 min-1
ordinary location
Accessories
Type
Technical Data
Kit 3
Mounting set for Namur transducer onto ventilators /propellers up to approx. 20.000 m³/h
Kit 4
Mounting set for Namur transducer onto ventilators /propellers over approx. 20.000 m³/h
MKR Mounting bracket for installation on round air-ducts (diameter up to 600 mm)
Special options and offshore kits see page 50
Drive Belt Monitoring via Speed Control – Binary, Activ
normal wiring
Ordinary Location
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ExBin-D/RedBin-D/ InBin-D Thermostats, Hygrostats
Explosion Proof
Industrial
ExBin-D…
RedBin-D…
InBin-D…
Zone 1, 2, 21, 22
Gas + Dust
certified according
ATEX, IECEx,
GOST-R, RTN, KOSHA
Cl. I, Div. 2
Zone 2, 22
Gas + Dust
certified according
CSA (gas only)
ATEX, GOST-R, RTN
NOT explosion proof
and only for use in
ordinary locations
certified according to
NEMA4X / IP66
Features of ExBin-D, RedBin-D, InBin-D Thermostats, Hygrostats
Description
ExBin-D, RedBin-D and InBin-D modules
are used together with ExPro-B… / InProB… sensor probes as thermostats or
hygrostats in HVAC systems.
Scope of Delivery:
1 Ex / Red / InBin.. module with socket for
1 ExPro -B… / InPro-B… sensor
Required Accessory:
ExPro-B… or InPro-B… sensor
Ordering Example for one thermostat in
an air duct, 6" (150 mm) sensor length, with
sensor in Ex zone 21.
Types to order:
1 × ExBin-D
1 × ExPro-BT150 (Ex-i sensor probe)
Basics for all …Bin-D Sensors
•• No additional module in the panel required !
•• No intrinsically safe wiring required !
•• 24 VAC/DC supply
•• Socket for ExPro-B… sensor
•• Selectable on site if used for room or duct application
•• Switch-point for °F/°C and %rH separately
adjustable (dependend on sensor probe type)
•• 1-channel: 2 pot.-free contacts
(1 × °F / °C, 1 × %rH)
•• 2-channel: 4 pot.-free contacts
(2 × °F / °C, 2 × %rH)
•• Display with indication of actual value
•• Switching status display with LED
•• Aluminium housing NEMA4X /IP66 with integrated terminal box
•• Dimensions (H × W × D) 7.1" × 4.2" × 2.6"
ExBin-D Thermostats/Hygrostats for Sensor Probe ExPro-B… (next page) for Zone 1, 2, 21, 22 (ATEX only)
Type
Technical Data
Installation Module
Installation ExPro-B.. Sensor
ExBin-D
Module for connection of one ExPro-B… sensor as thermostat and /or hygrostat, 1-stage zone 1, 2, 21, 22
zone 1, 2, 21, 22
ExBin-D-2
Module for connection of one ExPro-B… sensor as thermostat and /or hygrostat, 2-stage zone 1, 2, 21, 22
zone 1, 2, 21, 22
RedBin-D Thermostats/Hygrostats for Sensor Probe ExPro-B… (next page) for Class I, Div. 2 / Zone 2 or ATEX
Type
Technical Data
Installation Module
Installation ExPro-B.. Sensor
RedBin-D
Module for connection of one ExPro-B… sensor as thermostat and /or hygrostat, 1-stage Cl. I, Div. 2, zone 2
Cl. I, Div. 2, zone 2
RedBin-D-2
Module for connection of one ExPro-B… sensor as thermostat and /or hygrostat, 2-stage Cl. I, Div. 2, zone 2
Cl. I, Div. 2, zone 2
InBin-D Thermostats/Hygrostats for Sensor Probe InPro-B… (next page) for Ordinary Location
Type
Technical Data
Installation Module
InBin-D
Module for connection of one InPro-B… sensor as thermostat and /or hygrostat, 1-stage ordinary location
Installation InPro-B.. Sensor
ordinary location
InBin-D-2
Module for connection of one InPro-B… sensor as thermostat and /or hygrostat, 2-stage
ordinary location
ordinary location
Accessories
Type
Technical Data
MKR Mounting bracket for installation on round air-ducts diameter up to 23.6" (600 mm)
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ExPro-B…/InPro-B… Thermostat / Hygrostat Sensor Probes
Explosion Proof
Industrial
ExPro-B…
Zone 1, 2, 21, 22
Gas + Dust
certified according
CSA*, ATEX, IECEx
in combination with
ExBin-D/RedBin-D
transmitter
(*only in combination
with RedBin-D)
Only for use with
InCos-D.. transmitters !
NOT explosion proof
and only for use in
ordinary locations
certified according to
NEMA4X / IP66
Features of ExPro-B.., InPro-B.. Sensors
Description
InPro-B…
Basics for all ExPro -B… / InPro-B… Sensors
ExPro-B… sensors are used for measurements of
temperature and / or humidity in hazardous areas, for
exclusive use with ExBin-D… / RedBin-D… modules !
InPro-B… sensors are suitable for temperature and / or
humidity measurement in safe areas, for exclusive use
with InBin-D… modules !
Scope of Delivery: 1 sensor with connector
Example:
room-humidity sensor, 2"
(50 mm) length
Type:
1 × ExPro-BF-50
Attention:
only in combination with:
1 × ExBin-D or RedBin-D
(InBin-D… with InPro-B… sensors)
•• Sensors for connection to ExBin-D…, RedBin-D…,
InBin-D… modules (dependent on sensor type).
Adaptation via connector
•• ExPro -B… / InPro-B… sensors can be optionally
screwed to the housing at the back (duct measurement)
or bottom (room measurement)
•• When using humidity-sensors, the contamination and
aggressiveness of the medium has to be regarded
Sensor Probes for ExBin-D and RedBin-D Modules
Type
Sensor Length
Main Use
Connectable to
Installation Area
ExPro-BT - 50
Function
Thermostat
-40…+176 °F ( +80 °C)
Measurement Range
2" (50 mm)
Room/Duct
ExBin-D, RedBin-D
Div. 2 / zone 1, 2, 21, 22
ExPro-BT -100
Thermostat
-40…+257 °F (+125 °C)
4" (100 mm)
Duct
ExBin-D, RedBin-D
Div. 2 / zone 1, 2, 21, 22
ExPro-BT -150
Thermostat
-40…+257 °F (+125 °C)
6" (150 mm)
Duct
ExBin-D, RedBin-D
Div. 2 / zone 1, 2, 21, 22
ExPro-BT -200
Thermostat
-40…+257 °F (+125 °C)
8" (200 mm)
Duct
ExBin-D, RedBin-D
Div. 2 / zone 1, 2, 21, 22
ExPro-BF - 50
Hygrostat 0…100 %rH
2" (50 mm)
Room/Duct
ExBin-D, RedBin-D
Div. 2 / zone 1, 2, 21, 22
ExPro-BF -100
Hygrostat 0…100 %rH
4" (100 mm)
Duct
ExBin-D, RedBin-D
Div. 2 / zone 1, 2, 21, 22
ExPro-BF -150
Hygrostat
0…100 %rH
6" (150 mm)
Duct
ExBin-D, RedBin-D
Div. 2 / zone 1, 2, 21, 22
ExPro-BF -200
Hygrostat
0…100 %rH
8" (200 mm)
Duct
ExBin-D, RedBin-D
Div. 2 / zone 1, 2, 21, 22
ExPro-BTF- 50
Thermostat/Hygrostat
-40…+176 °F ( +80 °C)/0…100 %rH
2" (50 mm)
Room/Duct
ExBin-D, RedBin-D
Div. 2 / zone 1, 2, 21, 22
ExPro-BTF-100
Thermostat/Hygrostat
-40…+257 °F (+125 °C)/0…100 %rH
4" (100 mm)
Duct
ExBin-D, RedBin-D
Div. 2 / zone 1, 2, 21, 22
ExPro-BTF-150
Thermostat/Hygrostat
-40…+257 °F (+125 °C)/0…100 %rH
6" (150 mm)
Duct
ExBin-D, RedBin-D
Div. 2 / zone 1, 2, 21, 22
ExPro-BTF-200
Thermostat/Hygrostat
-40…+257 °F (+125 °C)/0…100 %rH
8" (200 mm)
Duct
ExBin-D, RedBin-D
Div. 2 / zone 1, 2, 21, 22
Sensor Length
Main Use
Connectable to
Installation Area
Sensor Probes for InBin-D Modules
Type
Function
Measurement Range
InPro-BT - 50
Thermostat
-40…+176 °F ( +80 °C)
2" (50 mm)
Room/Duct
InBin-D ordinary location
InPro-BT -100
Thermostat
-40…+257 °F (+125 °C)
4" (100 mm)
Duct
InBin-D
ordinary location
InPro-BT -150
Thermostat
-40…+257 °F (+125 °C)
6" (150 mm)
Duct
InBin-D
ordinary location
InPro-BT -200
Thermostat
-40…+257 °F (+125 °C)
8" (200 mm)
Duct
InBin-D
ordinary location
InPro-BF - 50
Hygrostat
0…100 %rH
2" (50 mm)
Room/Duct
InBin-D
ordinary location
InPro-BF -100
Hygrostat
0…100 %rH
4" (100 mm)
Duct
InBin-D
ordinary location
InPro-BF -150
Hygrostat
0…100 %rH
6" (150 mm)
Duct
InBin-D
ordinary location
InPro-BF -200
Hygrostat
0…100 %rH
8" (200 mm)
Duct
InBin-D
ordinary location
InPro-BTF- 50
Thermostat/Hygrostat
-40…+176 °F ( +80 °C)/0…100 %rH
2" (50 mm)
Room/Duct
InBin-D
ordinary location
InPro-BTF-100
Thermostat/Hygrostat
-40…+257 °F (+125 °C)/0…100 %rH
4" (100 mm)
Duct
InBin-D
ordinary location
InPro-BTF-150
Thermostat/Hygrostat
-40…+257 °F (+125 °C)/0…100 %rH
6" (150 mm)
Duct
InBin-D
ordinary location
InPro-BTF-200
Thermostat/Hygrostat
-40…+257 °F (+125 °C)/0…100 %rH
8" (200 mm)
Duct
InBin-D
ordinary location
Accessories
Type
Technical Data
MFK
Mounting flange for duct-installation, for variable depth of immersion in the air duct
TH-VA
Probe made of stainless-steel V4A 1.4571, length 4.7" (120 mm). Other lengths on request
Kit-FA-VA
Sinter filter cap for humidity sensor
MKR
Mounting bracket for installation on round air-ducts diameter up to 23.6" (600 mm)
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ExBin-A/RedBin-A/ InBin-A Switching Modules
Explosion Proof
Industrial
Features of ExBin-A, RedBin-A, InBin-A Modules
ExBin-A…
RedBin-A…
InBin-A…
Description
Basics for all …Bin-A Modules
Zone 1, 2, 21, 22
Gas + Dust
certified according
ATEX, IECEx,
GOST-R, RTN, KOSHA
Cl. I, Div. 2
Zone 2, 22
Gas + Dust
certified according
CSA (gas only)
ATEX, GOST-R, RTN
NOT explosion proof
and only for use in
ordinary locations
certified according to
NEMA4X / IP66
ExBin-A, RedBin-A and InBin-A modules
are switching modules for installation in
hazardous locations (except InBin-A) with
1, 2 or 5 channels, for connection of 1, 2 or
5 passive potential-free binary sensors, for
use in HVAC systems.
•• No additional module in the panel required !
•• No intrinsically safe wiring required !
•• Mounting of module directly in hazardous location
•• 24 VAC/DC supply
•• 1 up to 5 passive, potential-free, binary sensors
•• Sockets for 1 up to 5 ExSens sensors
•• 1 up to 5 contacts with common supply unit
•• 1 or 2 contacts with additional clamp for
time switch relais, e.g. for 2 fan belt moni toring applications (time 120 sec.)
•• Display with indication of actual value
•• Switching status display with LED
•• Aluminium housing NEMA4X /IP66 with integrated terminal box
•• Dimensions (H × W × D) 7.1" × 4.2" × 2.6"
Scope of Delivery: 1 module with socket
for 1 up to 5 ExSens sensors (dependent
on type)
Accessory (optional): Binary sensors
series ExSens, see next page
ExBin-A.. Switching Modules for 1 up to 5 Passive Binary Sensors for Zone 1, 2, 21, 22 (ATEX only)
Type
Technical Data
Installation Module
Installation Sensor*
ExBin-A-1
Module (1 channel) to connect 1 binary ExSens sensor in hazardous location zone 1, 2, 21, 22
zone 0, 1, 2, 20, 21, 22
ExBin-A-2
Module (2 channel) to connect 2 binary ExSens sensors in hazardous location zone 1, 2, 21, 22
zone 0, 1, 2, 20, 21, 22
ExBin-A-5
Module (5 channel) to connect 5 binary ExSens sensors in hazardous location zone 1, 2, 21, 22
zone 0, 1, 2, 20, 21, 22
* in acc. with certification of sensor !
RedBin-A.. Switching Modules for 1 up to 5 Passive Binary Sensors for Class I, Div. 2 / Zone 2 or ATEX (Zone 2, 22)
Type
Technical Data
Installation Module
Installation Sensor*
RedBin-A-1
Module (1 channel) to connect 1 binary ExSens sensor in hazardous location Cl. I, Div. 2, zone 2
Cl. I, Div. 2, zone 2
RedBin-A-2
Module (2 channel) to connect 2 binary ExSens sensor in hazardous location Cl. I, Div. 2, zone 2
Cl. I, Div. 2, zone 2
RedBin-A-5
Module (5 channel) to connect 5 binary ExSens sensor in hazardous location
Cl. I, Div. 2, zone 2
Cl. I, Div. 2, zone 2
* in acc. with certification of sensor !
InBin-A.. Switching Modules for 1 up to 5 Passive Binary Sensors for Ordinary Location
Type
Technical Data
Installation Module
InBin-A-1
Module (1 channel) to connect 1 binary sensor ordinary location
Installation Sensor
ordinary location
InBin-A-2
Module (2 channel) to connect 2 binary sensors ordinary location
ordinary location
InBin-A-5
Module (5 channel) to connect 5 binary sensors ordinary location
ordinary location
Accessories
Type
Technical Data
MKR Mounting bracket for installation on round air-ducts diameter up to 23.6" (600 mm)
Special options and offshore kits see page 50
1, 2 or 5-Channel Switching Module for Passive Binary Sensors
Ex-i wiring
(intrinsically safe)
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ExSens Passive Binary Sensors for Hazardous Locations
Explosion Proof
Features Binary ExSens Sensors
Binary Passive
ExSens
Zone 1, 2
Gas + Dust
certified according
CSA, ATEX
Manufacturer
certification
"Simple apparatus"
Description
Basics for Binary ExSens Sensors
ExSens binary sensors for temperature, humidity or
pressure measurement in hazardous locations with
manufacturer certification in acc. with ATEX 94/9/EC.
The sensors are passive and potential free.
Scope of Delivery: 1 Sensor
Ordering Example for 1 frost protection thermostat
Type to Purchase: 1 × TBK-FR-2G
•• Sensors for installation in hazardous locations, con-
nected to a switching module type ExBin-A or RedBin-A
•• The module changes the passive binary signal into a
contact in the ordinary location
•• Sensor must be installed in the hazardous location, module in the ordinary location
Sensors, connectable to Switching Modules ExBin-A / RedBin-A for Div. 2, Gr. ABCD / Zone 1, 2 (ATEX)
Type
Function
Range
Sensor
Information Connectable to module Installation Area
TBR-2G
Room thermostat 32…104 °F, 1 K
Contact, 2-pos
ExBin-A, RedBin-A
Div. 2, zone 1, 2
TBR-2-2G
Room thermostat 2 stage 32…140 °F, 1 K
2 × Contact, 2-pos
ExBin-A, RedBin-A
Div. 2, zone 1, 2
TBR-AN-2G
Room temperature direct contact 32…140 °F, 5 ± 1 K (fix)
Contact, 2-pos
ExBin-A, RedBin-A
Div. 2, zone 1, 2
TBK-2G
Duct thermostat (IP65) 32…149 °F, 2-20 K
Contact, 2-pos
ExBin-A, RedBin-A
Div. 2, zone 1, 2
TBT-2G
Probe thermostat (IP54)
32…194 °F, 3 K
Contact, 2-pos
L = 4.7" (120 mm)
ExBin-A, RedBin-A
Div. 2, zone 1, 2
TBT-VA-2G
Probe thermostat with VA sleeve 32…194 °F, 3 K
Contact, 2-pos
V4A
ExBin-A, RedBin-A
Div. 2, zone 1, 2
TBK-FR-2G
Frost protection thermostat (IP65) 14… 54 °F
Contact, 2-pos
capillary 236" (6 m)
ExBin-A, RedBin-A
Div. 2, zone 1, 2
FBR-2G
Room hygrostat
35…100 %rH, ~ 4 %rH
Contact, 2-pos
ExBin-A, RedBin-A
Div. 2, zone 1, 2
FBK-2G
Duct hygrostat
35…100 %rH, ~ 4 %rH
Contact, 2-pos
L = 7" (180 mm)
ExBin-A, RedBin-A
Div. 2, zone 1, 2
DBK-2G
Differential pressure
20-300, 50-500, 100-1.000 Pa
Contact, 2-pos
ExBin-A, RedBin-A
Div. 2, zone 1, 2
Contact, 2-pos
WFBK-2G
Air paddle
SWBT-2G
liquid flow switch 2…8 m/s, paddle V2A
-4…+140 °F
Contact, 2-pos
ExBin-A, RedBin-A
Div. 2, zone 1, 2
ExBin-A, RedBin-A
Div. 2, zone 1, 2
NBW-K-2G
Fan belt protection (IP65)
up to < 20.000 m³/h
Namur sensor + bracket
ExBin-A, RedBin-A
Div. 2, zone 1, 2
NBW-G-2G
Fan belt protection (IP65)
more than > 20.000 m³/h
Namur sensor + bracket
ExBin-A, RedBin-A
Div. 2, zone 1, 2
Accessories
Type
Technical Data
Kit 1
for frost protection sensor type TBK-FR-2G, PG entries for capillary, 6 brackets, support bracket
Kit 2-DBK
includes 78.7" (2 m) pressure hose, inner diameter Ø 0.24" (6 mm) 2 plastic fittings
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..VA/..CT Special Options for Sensors – Overview
Overview of Special Options of Schischek Sensors for Use under Extreme Weather Conditions
Installation/Application Area:
Advantages of Special Options:
Usage in hazardous areas under extreme weather conditions and / or for offshore/
onshore applications.
•• Resistant against corrosive and / or maritime atmosphere
•• Usage under extreme weather conditions
•• Approved for offshore- / onshore applications
•• Robust and thereby extended period of application time of sensors
VA Cos/Bin/Reg
OVA
CT
OCT
Special Options Sensors
Sensors
Housing material in stainless steel (VA) or aluminium housing with C5-M painting (CT) for use under
extreme weather conditions. OVA and OCT version
for offshore applications.
normal wiring
VA/OVA
Ordinary Location
CT/OCT
Hazardous Location
..Cos/..Bin/..Reg Special Options for Sensors
Explosion Proof
Cos/Bin/Reg-..-..VA/CT
Features ..Cos / ..Bin / ..Reg-…-VA / OVA / CT / OCT
Special Options
available for all sensors
In accordance with type
for use in
Hazardous location or
ordinary location
Description
VA version with housing material in stainless steel AISI
316, some parts nickel plated.
OVA version also with stainless steel housing but suitable especially for offshore applications.
CT version with aluminium housing and C5-M­painting,
resistant against corrosive and maritime atmosphere,
some parts nickel plated.
OCT version with painted housing like CT,
but suitable especially for offshore applications.
Delivery: 1 sensor with special option
Ordering Example: ExCos-P-250-CT
Basics ..Cos / ..Bin / ..Reg-…-VA / OVA / CT/OCT
VA:
•• Housing material in stainless steel AISI 316, some parts
nickel plated
•• Resistant against corrosive / maritime atmosphere
OVA:
•• Basics like VA, but offered as offshore version with M20
cable glands and additionally with tubes for clamping
ring Ø 0.24" (6 mm) in stainless steel
CT:
•• C5-M painted aluminium housing
•• Resistant against corrosive / maritime atmosphere
•• Cable glands brass nickel plated
•• Screws in stainless steel
OCT:
•• Basics like CT, but offered as offshore version with M20
cable glands and additionally with tubes for clamping
ring Ø 0.24" (6 mm) in stainless steel
For general basics see sensor technology.
..Cos/..Bin/..Reg-.. Options
Type
Description / Technical Data
Cos/Bin/Reg-..-VA
Housing material in stainless steel AISI 316, some parts nickel plated
Cos-P/Bin-P/Reg-V..-OVA
Offshore version with seawater resistant stainless steel housing. M20 cable glands nickel-plated, pressure connection tubes and screws in stainless steel
Cos/Bin/Reg-..-CT
C5-M painted aluminium housing, resistant against corrosive and /or maritime atmosphere. Cable glands nickel-plated, screws in stainless steel
Cos-P/Bin-P/Reg-V..-OCT
Offshore version with seawater resistant C5-M painted alu housing. M20 cable glands nickel-plated, pressure connection tubes and screws in stainless steel
Kit-S8-CBR
Cable glands 2 × M16 × 1,5 mm standard 0.2"-0.39" (5-10 mm) in brass nickel plated for replace the plastic cable glands of ..Cos /..Bin/..Reg sensors
Kit-Offs-GL-CBR
M20 Ex-d cable glands in brass nickel plated for armoured cables suitable for ..Cos/..Bin/..Reg sensors
Kit-PTC-CBR
Pressure tube connection in stainless steel 316 L for 0.24" (6 mm) clamp fittings
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ExPolar Heating System – Overview
Overview of New Heating System for Use with Schischek Sensors Down to −58 °F (−50°C)
Installation/Application Area:
Advantages of ExPolar:
Usage in hazardous areas for temperatures down to −58 °F (−50 °C).
•• Especially for usage under high sub-zero temperatures
•• Suitable for applications with high temperature fluctuations (−50 °F up to +122 °F)
•• Usage directly in hazardous locations
•• Adaptable on all Schischek sensors
Heating System for Sensors
°F ExPolar-..-CBR
ExPolar-..-CBR
Adaptable on Schischek sensors type ExCos-..,
ExBin-.., ExReg-...
normal wiring
Ordinary Location
Hazardous Location
ExPolar/InPolar Heating System for ..Cos-.. / Bin-.. / Reg-.. Sensors
Explosion Proof
Industrial
ExPolar-…-CBR
Zone 1, 2, 21, 22
Gas + Dust
certified according
ATEX, IECEx
InPolar-…-CBR
NOT explosion proof
and only for use in
ordinary location
NEMA4X / IP66
Features ..Polar-…-CBR
Description
Controlled heating system for use in subzero regions down to −58 °C or by high
temperature fluctuations from −58 °F
up to +122 °F.
Adaptable on Schischek sensors ..Cos-..,
..Bin-.. or ..Reg-...
Delivery: 1 heating system (adaptable)
Ordering Example: ExPolar-240-CBR
Basics ..Polar
•• 24/48 VAC/DC, 120/240 VAC
•• 40 W
•• −58 °F…122 °F (−50…+50 °C)
•• ExPolar for zone 1, 2, 21, 22
•• InPolar for ordinary location
ExPolar-…-CBR/InPolar-…-CBR
Type
Adaptable on
Operation Temperature
Supply
ExPolar-…-CBR ExCos-../ExBin-../ExReg-..
−58 °F up to +122 °F
24 VAC/DC 48 VAC/DC 120 VAC 240 VAC
InPolar- …-CBR InCos-../InBin-../InReg-..
−58 °F up to +122 °F
24 VAC/DC 48 VAC/DC 120 VAC 240 VAC
Supply voltage
Power* Installation Area
40 W zone 1, 2, 21, 22
40 W ordinary location
*Nominal value
VA option not considered!
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ExMag Ex-Doorholder Magnets for Zone 1, 2, 21, 22 (ATEX)
Explosion Proof
Features ExMag Magnets
Magnet
ExMag
Basics ExMag
Description
Zone 1, 2, 21, 22
Gas + Dust
certified according
ATEX
ExMag doorholder magnets are electric magnets
to keep doors open or closed as long as supply voltage
is available.
Scope of Delivery: Ordering Example: Type to Purchase: 1 magnet + accessories
650 N magnet + anchor
+ Ex-terminal box
1 × EXM-650 + 1 GH 6
+ 1 × EXC-K4/S
•• Electric magnets, silicone free
•• Force in acc. with type
•• 24 VDC power supply
•• 1 m cable, silicone and halogen free
•• Ex-e terminal box is required for electrical connection
•• The max. AC-ripple must not exceed 20%
ExMag Magnets
Type
Force
Supply
Function
Current
Installation Area
EXM-650 146 lbf (650 N)
24 VDC
Magnet
44 mA
Zone 1, 2, 21, 22
EXM-1300 292 lbf (1.300 N)
24 VDC
Magnet
65 mA
Zone 1, 2, 21, 22
EXM-2000 450 lbf (2.000 N)
24 VDC
Magnet
160 mA
Zone 1, 2, 21, 22
Accessories
Type
Technical Data
GH-6
Anchor for EXM-650
GH-13/20
Anchor for EXM-1300 and EXM-2000
ExBox-3P
Ex-e terminal box, NEMA4X/IP66
EXC-K4/S
Ex-e terminal box with integrated fuse, NEMA4X/IP66
EXC-T1
Ex-d push button
N1 supply unit
Input 120…240 VAC, output 24 VDC, max. 0,5 A
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Table of contents
Additional Information page
Conversation tables 53
Product codes / definitions 54-55
Installation according to NEC 500 (Division system, North America) 56
Installation according to ATEX (Zone system)
57
Features of actuators in combination with ExPro-TT.. or programming stick
58
Electrical installation codes according to NEC/FM/CSA
60
Labelling of explosion proof equipment in accordance with NEC 500 /505
61
Explosion proof information
62
Classification of hazardous areas
63
Division and zone system comparison
64-65
SIL “Safety Integrity Level” information
66-67
Certification information
68-69
Valve automation
70-71
72-75
Rotork Products
Conversion Tables
Pressure
Temperature
Torque
Pa
inch of water
degree C
degree F
20
0,08
-50
-58
50
0,20
-40
-40
100
0,40
-30
-22
250
1,00
-20
-4
500
2,01
-10
14
1.250
5,02
0
1.500
6,02
40
2.500
10,04
50
122
5.000
20,07
60
140
Nm
Force
in-lbs
N
lbf
5
44
500
112
10
89
800
180
8
71
1.000
225
15
133
1.500
337
30
266
2.000
450
32
50
443
2.500
562
104
60
531
3.000
674
100
885
5.000
1.124
150
1.328
7.500
1.686
10.000
2.248
7.500
30,11
72
162
200
1.770
25.000
100,37
80
176
300
2.655
–
–
50.000
200,73
100
212
400
3.540
–
–
75.000
301,10
125
257
600
5.310
–
–
120.000
481,76
250
482
–
–
–
–
400
752
–
–
–
–
–
–
Quantity
To Convert from
to
Multiply by
Pressure
inch of water, conventional (inH2O)
pascal (Pa)
249.0889
Temperature
degree Fahrenheit (temperature) (ºF)
degree Celsius (ºC)
t / º C = (t / º F − 32)/1.8
Torque
pound-force inch (lbf in or in-lbs)
newton meter (Nm)
0.1129848
Force
pound-force (lbf)
newton (N)
4.448222
Length
inch (in)
millimeter (mm)
25.4
Disclaimer: conversion data provided for convenience only. Information based on NIST Publication 811. Please consult that document for authoritative reference.
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Product Codes/ Definitions
Description ..Max Quarter Turn Actuators
Ex Max - 45.90 - SF - A
A = America, for installation in the USA or Canada (UL and CSA certificated)
S = integral auxiliary switches at 5 and 85 degrees
F = spring return, the German word for spring is "Feder", that’s why
Y = modulating, i.e. 0…10 VDC or 4…20 mA input and feedback signal
U = a double acting with feedback position signal; no modulating input; for modulating input select Y
B = actuators which work with and require the ExPro-TT fire trigger, a great solution for fire dampers,
see page 58 for more information
F1 or F3 = actuators with a fast 1 or 3 second spring return – these are then single acting whereas our actuators generally speaking are all double acting even if they have a spring
The number tells you the torque in units of in-lbs (inch pounds)
Two numbers mean that you can switch (on site) between the two, see programming stick on page 58
Max is a rotary (quarter turn) actuator for dampers or for rotary valves, such as ball or butterfly valves
Ex is for use in Div 1 or Zone 1, see page 61 for an explanation of the hazardous location classification system
Red is for use in Div 2 or Zone 2
In is for use in non-classified areas
Description ..Run Valve Actuators
Red Run - 550.1100 - U - A
A = America, for installation in the USA or Canada (UL and CSA certificated)
Y = modulating, i.e. 0…10 VDC or 4…20 mA input and feedback signal
U = floating control with 0…10 VDC, 4…20 mA feedback signal; no modulating input;
for modulating input select Y
The number tells you the force in units of lbf (pound force)
Two numbers mean that you can switch (on site) between the two, see programming stick on page 58
Run is a linear actuator for globe style control valves with a stroke from 5 mm (0.2″) up to 60 mm (2.36″)
Ex is for use in Div 1 or Zone 1, see page 61 for an explanation of the hazardous location classification system
Red is for use in Div 2 or Zone 2
In is for use in non-classified areas
Description ..Cos Modulating Transmitter
In
Cos - P - 2500
The number shows the measuring range of the differential pressure sensor in ± Pa
P = differential pressure sensor
D = module for temperature / humidity for connection of ExPro-C.. sensors
A = transmitter modul for connection of passive sensors
Cos modulating transmitter with output 0…10 V or 4…20 mA
Ex is for use in zone 1, 2 , 21, 22 (ATEX, etc.)
Red is for use in Div 2 or Zone 2 (CSA, ATEX, etc.)
In is for use in non-classified areas
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Product Codes / Definitions
Description ..Bin Binary Sensors
Red Bin - P - 500 - 2
The number stands for 2-stage adjustable switch-point in measurement range
Without number the sensor is 1-stage adjustable switch-point in measurement range
The number shows the max. adjustment range of the differential pressure switch in Pa
P = differential pressure switch
D = thermostat- / hygrostat modul for connection of ExPro-B.. sensors
FR = frost protection thermostat
N = fan belt monitoring via speed control
A1 = switching module for connection of one passive switch
A2 = switching module for connection of two passive switches
A5 = switching module for connection of five passive switches
Bin switching measuring module with output as a potential free contact 1O oder 1C
Ex is for use in zone 1, 2 , 21, 22 (ATEX, etc.)
Red is for use in Div 2 or Zone 2 (CSA, ATEX, etc.)
In is for use in non-classified areas
Description ..Pro-.. Sensors for ..Cos-D or ..Bin-D Modules
Ex Pro - CTF - 200
The number shows the length of the sensor in mm
T = temperature sensor
F = humidity sensor
TF= combisensor temperature / humidity
C = sensor for connection to Ex / Red / InCos-D
B = sensor for connection to Ex / Red / InBin-D
Pro-.. sensor for connection
Ex is for use in zone 1, 2 , 21, 22
In is for use in non-classified areas
Description ..Reg Controller
Red Reg - V - 300 - A
A = Type with analog signals for external communication
B = Type with bus communication (RS485)
The number shows the control range of the controller in Pa (V-type only)
V = volume flow control / pressure control
D = temperature / humidity control
Reg controller
Ex is for use in zone 1, 2 , 21, 22 (ATEX, etc.)
Red is for use in Div 2 or Zone 2 (CSA, ATEX, etc.)
In is for use in non-classified areas
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Installation According to NEC 500 (Division System)
Installation FM/CSA Hazardous Locations Classes and Divisions
ARTICLES 500 Through 503 (1978 NEC): Explain in detail the requirements for the
installation of wiring of electrical equipment in hazardous locations. These articles
along with other applicable regulations, local governing inspection authorities, insurance representatives, and qualified engineering/technical assistance should be
your guides to the installation of wiring or electrical equipment in any hazardous or
potentially hazardous location.
CLASS I (NEC-500-4): Those areas in which flammable gases or vapors may be
present in the air in sufficient quantities to be explosive or ignitable.
CLASS II (NEC-500-4): Those areas made hazardous by the presence of combustible dust.
CLASS III (NEC-500-6): Those areas in which there are easily ignitable fibers or
flyings present, due to type of material being handled, stored, or processed.
DIVISION 1 (NEC-500, 4, 5, 6): In Division One the hazard would be present in
everyday production or frequent repair and maintenance activity.
DIVISION 2 (NEC-500, 4, 5, 6): In Division Two the hazard is expected to be confined within closed containers or systems and would be present only through accidental rupture, breakage, or unusual faulty operation.
GROUPS (NEC-500-2 & 502-1): The gases or vapors of Class I locations are broken into four groups by code: A, B, C, and D. Theses materials are grouped according to the ignition temperature of the substance, the explosion pressure and other
flammable characteristics. (article 501) Group A: Acetylene; B: Hydrogen, etc.;
C: Ether, etc.; D: Hydrocarbons, fuels, solvents, etc. Class II dust locations are broken into three groups by code: E, F, and G. These groups are classified according
to the ignition temperature and the conductivity of the hazardous substance. Dusts
(article 502) E: Metal dusts (conductive, and explosive); F: Carbon dusts (some are
conductive, and all are explosive); G: Flour, starch, grain, combustible plastic or
chemical dust. Class III locations include those where fibers or flyings are present
such as may be found in textile plant, wood-working plants, etc.
SEALS (NEC-501-5 & 502-5): Special fittings that are required either to prevent the
passage of hot gasses in the case of an explosion in a Class I area or the passage
of combustible dust, fibers, or flyings in a Class II or III area.
Installation FM /CSA Div. Classes
Ordinary Location
Hazardous Location
Quarter-Turn Actuator
ExMax.. / RedMax..
1
max. 18"
7
6
2
5
4
3
1
Valve Actuator
ExRun.. / RedRun..
1
Explosion proof actuator (ExMax / RedMax, ExRun / RedRun)
5
Connecting device, max. length 18"
2
Elbow device…
6
Seal fitting for horizontal or vertical conduits…
3
Connecting device…
7
Connecting device reaches into the ordinary location…
4
Conduit box…
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Installation According to NEC 505 (Zone System)
Installation FM/CSA Hazardous Locations Classes and Zones
ARTICLES 505 (1996 NEC): The Zone classification concept was introduced in the
1996 edition of the NEC as an alternative to the Division classification system for
classifying Class I hazardous locations. The Zone concept parallels the Division
system, as is shown in table on the right. As the table shows, a Division 2 location
can be classified as Zone 2 without further thought; they are considered equivalent.
However, a Division 1 location must be further characterized to determine whether
it is Zone 0 or Zone 1.
Ignitible atmosphere
Ignitible atmosphere
Ignitible atmosphere
present continouosly
or for long periods of time
present intermittently
during normal operations
present only during
abnormal operations
NEC 500
Division 1
Division 1
Division 2
NEC 505
Zone 0
Zone 1
Zone 2
Class I, Zone 0 means the ignitible atmosphere is always present or is present
most of the time.
Class I, Zone 1 is essentially the same as Class I, Division 1.
Class I, Zone 2 is essentially the same as Class I, Division 2, meaning the ignitable
atmosphere is seldom present or only for a short period of time.
Installation Zones
Ordinary Location
Hazardous Location
Quarter-Turn Actuator
ExMax.. / RedMax..
1
5
4
3
2
1
Valve Actuator
ExRun.. / RedRun..
1
Explosion proof actuator (ExMax / RedMax, ExRun / RedRun)
4
Supply or control cable
2
Extension cable approximate 39.4" (1 m)
5
Supply or control cable reaches into the ordinary location…
3
Junction box in increased safety Ex-e technology
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Features
Basic Information About Schischek Actuators in Combination with ExPro-TT-… and Programming Stick
Actuators ExMax… /ExRun…
Schischek Actuator Range
Figure 1: ExMax ¼ turn actuator. Figure 1: ExRun valve actuator.
All actuators are based on the same concept of wiring, conduit NPT ½" thread, function and
look. Each device has the same interface connection as well parameter setting. With one
stick all types are programmable. Factory setting is the lower torque with respect to force and
medium running time.
figure 1
figure 2
Actuator Back Details
Actuator Back Details
a.) Interface for stick communication and for fire damper actuators (..Max-..-BF-A versions)
connector for thermal sensor ExPro-TT-…
b.) 3 color LED for status indication
a.
b.
c.
d.
c.) NPT ½" thread to connect conduit systems. Factory sealed, conduit seal is not required !
figure 3
d.) Push button to start actuator stettings. e.g. adjustment drive to teach end-position for a
soft-break in the end.
Programming Stick
Programming Stick
Settings such as faster/slower motor running times (3, 15, 60 sec/90°) and faster spring return
time (3 sec /90°) can be changed with the programming stick.
The stick can also be used in reading mode for diagnostic purposes.
figure 4
figure 5
ExPro-TT-…
ExPro-TT-…
The thermoelectric safety limiter type ExPro-TT-… triggers the failsafe function on the motorized fire damper into its safety position by spring return operation of an ..Max-...-BF-A actuator
(fire damper actuator).
Mode of Operation
The temperature fuses are part of the sensor. In case that the ambient temperature inside
or outside of the duct is more than 162°F (+72°C) the temperature fuse works. If one fuse is
blown in the circuit, the spring return of the actuator moves the damper into its safety position.
The ExPro-TT-.. has a push button for easy function check.
figure 6
Connecting Stick /ExPro-TT-… on Actuator
figure 7
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figure 8
Connecting Stick/ExPro-TT-…
1. Remove protection cap
2. Put the stick (figure 7) or ExPro-TT-… (figure 8) plug into the interface connector
3. Screw tightly
4. For adjustments with the stick follow the manual
5. ExPro-TT-… connection LED green means "active"
Remove the Accessory
1. Unscrew the sensor or stick
2. Screw the cap back on to protect the connector (protection against liquids and dust)
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Information About Electrical Installation Codes
in Classified Areas According to NEC / FM / CSA
Regulations for Explosion Protection
The Type Plate and its Components
Electrical equipment and systems for use in hazardous locations are covered by the National Electrical Code (NEC) in the USA, and the Canadian
Electrical Code (CEC) in Canada. These assume
the character of installation regulations for electrical
systems in all areas, and they refer to a number of
further standards from other institutions that contain regulations for the installation and construction
of suitable equipment.
The installation methods for the NEC‘s Zone concept largely correspond to those of the traditional
Class/Division system.
A new stipulation in the NEC 1996 is the use of
metal-clad (MC) cables in addition to rigid conduits
and mineral-insulated cables of Type MI in Class I,
Division 1 or Zone 1.
•• Class(es), division(s) (optional except for
Division 2)
•• Gas/dust group(s)
•• Operating temperature or temperature class
•• (optional for T5 and T6)
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Division Equipment:
Equipment approved for Class I, Division 1 and/or
Class I, Division 2, can also be provided with the
equivalent zone marking:
•• Class I, Zone 1 or Class I, Zone 2
•• Gas group(s) IIA, IIB or IIC
•• Temperature class
Example: Class I Zone 1 IIC T4
Zone Equipment:
Equipment that corresponds to one or more protection types in accordance with Article 505 of the
NEC and Section 18 of the CEC must be labeled
as follows:
•• Class (optional in Canada)
•• Zone (optional in Canada)
•• Symbol AEx (USA) or Ex (Canada)
•• Short codes of protection type(s) used
•• Electrical equipment Group II or gas group(s) IIA, IIB or IIC
•• Temperature class
Example: Class I Zone 1 AEx d ia IIC T6
Example, for the Labeling of an Actuator:
Manufacturer’s name, manufacturer’s address,
designation of type, electrical data (V, A, W, Hz)
ambient temperature if different from -40°F to
+104°F, unit serial number, in addition to the classification of Ex protection.
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Responsibilities
The responsibility for compliance with all regulations and guidelines, from production to planning,
up until installation, operation and maintenance,
has greatly increased.
Each individual must be conscious about the fact
that he accepts personal responsibility as part of
a total project:
•• building owner
•• end-user
•• architect
•• consulting engineer / control company
•• inspection authority
•• contractor / installer
•• manufacturer
•• product supplier
•• maintenance engineers
Main Differences Between US/CAN and European (IEC/EN) Installation:
US/CAN Electrical Code
•• Installation according to Division and Zone
System (NEC 500 and NEC 505) possible
•• Conduit with Explosionproof seals
•• Cable Tray
•• Thread type and engagement
•• Wire gauge / ampacity
•• Grounding / bonding
IEC/EN Electrical Code
•• Cable, with Cable glands
•• Cable Tray
•• Metric Thread type and engagement
•• Wire gauge / current capacity
•• Grounding / bonding
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Certification and Designation
In the US and Canada, electrical equipment and resources in workplaces subject to explosion hazard
generally require approval.
Electrical equipment that cannot ignite the potentially explosive atmosphere in which it is used
by virtue of its design or special properties, is an
exception to this rule. The competent authority decides if approval is required.
Equipment that has been developed and manufactured for use in hazardous areas is tested and
approved in the USA and Canada by nationally
recognized testing agencies. In the USA, these include the testing agencies of the Underwriters
Laboratories or Factory Mutual, and in Canada, the
Canadian Standards Association. The UL and FM
testing agencies are also the competent agencies
for issuing approvals for Canada.
Any information relating to explosion protection
must be shown on the marking of the equipment,
along with information such as manufacturer, model, serial number and electrical specifications. The
requirements for this are specified in the NEC, the
CEC, and in the relevant construction regulations of
the testing agencies.
Class I, II & III, Division 1 and 2 Approved electrical
equipment for Class I, Class II and Class III, Division 1 and 2 must be marked to show the following
information:
Class I, Zone 0, 1 and 2
In the case of equipment for use in Class I, Zone
0, Zone 1 or Zone 2, a distinction is made between
"Division Equipment" and "Zone Equipment".

Construction Requirements
The regulations of the National Electrical Code and
the Canadian Electrical Code specify which equipment or types of protection can be used in the individual hazardous areas.
In North America, different standards and regulations apply to the construction and testing of
explosion-proof electrical systems and equipment.
In the US, these are primarily the standards of Underwriters Laboratories Inc. (UL), Factory Mutual
Research, Corporation (FM) and the International
Society for Measurement and Control (ISA). In
Canada, it is the Canadian Standards Association
(CSA).
Example: Class I Division 1 Groups C D T6
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Labeling of Explosion Proof Equipment in Accordance with NEC 500 / NEC 505
Gases,
vapors,
mists
Dusts
Hazardous locations
Probability of a
potential explosive
atmosphere occuring
Present continously or for
long periods of time
Classification
Explosion
groups
& Temperature
Classes
Classification
of Areas,
Hazard due
to Flammable
Gases, Vapors,
Mists
Explosion
group
Classification of
explosion proof areas
NEC 500
CEC Annex J
NEC 505
CEC Section 18
Class I,
Class I,
Class I,
Class I,
Class II,
Class II,
Class II,
Class III
IIC
IIC
IIB
IIA
IIIC
IIIB
IIIB
NEC 505
NEC 500
Class I, Division 1
Zone 0
Likely to exist or they exist
Class I, Division 1
frequently
Zone 1
Not likely to occur, exist only
Class I, Division 2
for a short period
Zone 2
Present continously or for
long periods of time
Class II, III, Division 1
Zone 20
Likely to exist or they exist
Class II, III, Division 1
frequently
Zone 21
Not likely to occur, exist only Class II, III, Division 2
for a short period
Zone 22
Gases
Flammable
medium
Locations
Dusts
Classification
and Labeling
of Hazardous
Classification
and Labeling
of Explosion
Proof Areas
Acetylene
Hydrogen
Ethylene
Propane
Metal dust
Carbonaceous dusts
Non-conductive dusts
Fibers and flyings
Group A
Group B
Group C
Group D
Group E
Group F
Group G
Temperature Classes
Product use depending on temperature class Example
(T1-T6). The temperature class indicates the max.
Attention: this list is only an
temperature of the exposed surface of the product.
extract of possible flammable
At dust explosion proof is the max. surface tempera- mediums and makes no claim
to be complete !
ture direct shown. (e.g. T80°C)
Hydrogen
T1 < 450 °C
Acetylene
T2 < 300 °C
Petrol Diesel fuel
T3 < 200 °C
Ethyl Ether
T4 < 135 °C
T5 < 100 °C
Carbon disulphide
T6 < 85 °C
Example Ex Marking according to NEC 500 and CEC Section 18
XP / Class I / Division 1 / Groups ABCD / T6
DIP / Class II, III / Division 1 / Groups EFG / T6
Example Ex Marking according to. NEC 505/ 506
Class I / Zone 1, AEx d IIC T6
Zone 21 AEx tD T80 °C
Protection Principle – Type of Protection
Protection Principle
Type of
Protection
Code
Prevents transmission of
the explosion outside
Flameproof
Enclosure
XP
XP
AEx d
Ex d
Prevents high
temperatures and sparks
Increased
Safety
Low current / voltage supply
Intrinsic
Safety
IS
IS
AEx ia ib
Ex ia ib
1, 2
1, 2
Pressurized
Apparatus
Type X, Y, Z
Type X, Y, Z
AEx px, y, z
Ex px, y, z
1, 2
1, 2
Positive pressure device
Encapsulated
Parts immersed in oil to isolate
from explosive atmosphere
Prevents transmission of
explosion outside
Molding
Encapsulation
Oil Immersion
Powder Filling
No arks, sparks or hot
surfaces
Protection “n”
Dust ignition proof
Protection by
enclosure “tD”
Dust protected
Dust ignition proof
by Intrinsic Safety
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Protection “NI”
for Class II
Protection “iaD”
To use in
Symbol
Standard
Div Zone
1, 2
1, 2
AEx e
Ex e
1, 2
1, 2
AEx ma mb
Ex ma mb
AEx o
Ex o
AEx q
Ex q
NI
NI
AEx n
Ex n
DIP
DIP
AEx tD
DIP A21
DIP
DIP
IS
IS
AEx iaD
Ex iaD
1, 2
1, 2
2
2
1, 2
1, 2
2
2
1, 2
1, 2
UL 1203
C22.2 No. 30
ISA 60079-1
CSA 60079-1
0,1, 2
0,1, 2
ISA 60079-7
CSA 60079-7
UL 913
C22.2 No. 157
ISA 60079-11
CSA 60079-11
1, 2
1, 2
FM 3620
NFPA 496
ISA 60079-2
CSA 60079-2
0,1, 2
0,1, 2
ISA 60079-18
CSA 60079-18
1, 2
1, 2
ISA 60079-6
CSA 60079-6
1, 2
1, 2
ISA 60079-5
CSA 60079-5
UL 1604
C22.2 No. 213
ISA 60079-15
CSA 60079-15
UL 1203
C22.2 No. 25
ISA 60079-31
CSA 60079-31
ISA 12.12.01
C22.2 No. 25
2
2
21,22
21,22
20,21,22
20,21,22
UL 913
C22.2 No. 157
ISA 60079-11
CSA mark
UL mark
Ingress Protection (IP) EN 60529
IP
Protection
Against
Solids /Dust
Protection
Against
Water
8
–
protected against
long periods of
immersion
–
7
6
totally protected
against dust
NEMA/ TYPE
Ratings vs. IPxx
Type 1
IP10
Type 2
IP11
protected against
the effects of temporary immersion
Type 3
IP54
protected against
strong jets of
water
Type 3R
IP14
Type 3S
IP54
Type 4
IP56
Type 4X
IP56
IP52
protected against
dust – limited
ingress
protected against
low pressure jets
from all directions
4
protected against
solid objects
> 1 mm
protected against
sprays from all
directions
Type 5
Type 6
IP67
3
protected against
solid objects
> 2.5 mm
protected against
direct sprays up to
60° from vertical
Type 6P
IP67
IP52
2
protected against
direct sprays up to
15° from vertical
Type 12
protected against
solid objects
> 12.5 mm
Type 12K
IP52
protected against
vertical falling
drops of water
IP54
1
protected against
solid objects
> 50 mm
Type 13
0
no protection
no protection
5
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Where and When do I Have to Take Explosion Proof into Consideration ?
Explosion Proof Means: "Protection of Life. Health. Basic Values."
Is your System Safe?
What Creates an Explosion ?
An explosion may occur when the following 3 components are present at the same time:
•• Flammable or combustible media
•• Source of ignition
•• Air (oxygen)
□
□
□
□
Explosion
Flammable
Media
Oxygen
We have the Following Situation NOW
or in the FUTURE:
Yes.No (Please check)
□ Flammable materials are stored.
□ Flammable materials are used.
□ Flammable materials are bottled.
□ Flammable materials are used during
the cleaning process.
□ □ Flammable materials are used in the
production process.
during the production process.
□ □ Flammable materials will be produced
If you answered yes to any of the above listed
situations you will need to consider the rules,
regulations and instructions concerning explosion
proofing !
Source of
ignition
Typical Sources of Ignition
Very often the reason for accidents is self-ignition,
extraordinary surface temperatures and sparks due
to mechanical reasons. But there are also a lot of
other sources of ignition, caused by either mechanical and/or electrical equipment.
For Example:
•• Self-ignition
•• Extraordinary surface temperatures
•• Open flames
•• Sparks caused by mechanical reasons
•• Static electricity
•• Lightning strike
•• Ultra-sonic
•• Chemical sources of ignition
•• Electric sparks
•• Electric arcs
•• Adiabatic compression
•• Adiabatic shock waves
•• Electric balancing power
Remarks:
All information, tables, checklists and further documentation are only for your assistance and do not
claim to be complete. In no way do they replace
official regulation rules applicable laws. We want to
point out that it is very important to undertake all
measures for an exact classification of the Hazardous Location.
Typical Applications:
•• Chemical, pharmaceutical and industrial plants
•• Refineries, petrol depots, gas stations
•• Paint and solvent shops
•• Drying and coating cabinets
•• Laboratories in industry and schools
•• Water treatment works, power plants
•• Compressor stations, gas works
•• All kinds of storekeeping and stocks
•• All kinds of filling stations
•• All kinds of cleaning stations
•• Mills, silos, silos for bulk goods
•• Offshore and onshore
•• Oil and gas pipelines
•• Printing works, food industry, …
Schedule:
•• Analyze whether you need explosion proof
or not
•• Ask experts in order to analyze the risk
of danger
•• Define zones, areas, categories, explosion
groups and temperature classes
•• Plan according to all necessary rules
and regulations
•• Choose the best supplier and the right product
•• Keep to the installation rules
•• Check the labeling of the equipment
•• Make sure that the appliance will be put into
operation correctly
•• Confirm a final inspection by the responsible
authority
•• Guarantee regular and correct maintenance
according to the regulations
•• The correct documentation has to be maintained
From Fire to Detonation
Effect and reaction velocity increase significantly
from combustion, deflagration, via explosion up to
detonation.
Effect
When can a Danger of Explosion Occur ?
A danger of explosion occurs when a flammable
medium (gas, vapor, mist or dust) in a dangerous
quantity is present.
Detonation
Explosion
Deflagration
Combustion
Reaction velocity
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Classification of Hazardous Areas
Implementation
Classification Divison-Zone and Labeling of Hazardous Locations
Hazardous Area Classification
In the United States two methods are now allowed:
the traditional method based on Article NEC 500,
and the new IEC method allowed for the first time
in the 1996, NEC 505.
The Traditional Area Classification Method
The traditional area classification method uses
three descriptors—Class, Group, and Division plus
extent—to describe an area‘s classification. In addition, in regards to electrical equipment which may
have exposed hot surface temperatures that could
serve as an ignition source, the area‘s temperature
class is also specified.
There are Three Classes:
CLASS I - Flammable gases, vapors, and flammable and combustible liquids;
CLASS II - Combustible dusts; and
CLASS III - Ignitible fibers or flyings.
By definition, any area not classified as hazardous
is classified as non-hazardous. An area classified
as non-hazardous may, still hase additional requirements placed on it such as NEC Article 500-3(c) or
by the local authority having jurisdiction because of
the proximity of the hazardous materials.
Division into Zones
Potentially explosive areas should be divided into
zones, and the equipment should be divided into
groups and categories. The labeling on the identification plate of certified equipment indicates in
which zone the explosion proof equipment can be
used.
Zone classification
Zone 0, 20 Continuously hazardous
Zone 1, 21 Frequently hazardous
Zone 2, 21 Infrequently hazardous
Zone 0,1, 2 is for gases and 20, 21, 22 is for dusts.
Division 1 is where the hazard is considered to exist under normal conditions, which include during
repair or maintenance activities, during leakage,
or where faulty operation of equipment or process
could release a flammable mixture and cause a simultaneous failure of electrical equipment.
Division 2 is where the hazard is considered to exist
due to abnormal conditions such as accidental
rupture, breakdown, or abnormal operation; or
due to a failure in positive mechanical ventilation
systems. Also, an area is considered Division 2 if
it is adjacent to a Division 1 area where the hazard
may be occasionally communicated to the Division
2 area.
The group descriptor is used to classify the material‘s flammable and explosive properties. There
are seven groups: Groups A-D, which are Class
I groups, and Groups E-G, which are Class II
groups. Class III does not have any groups.
The division descriptor defines the likelihood that
the hazard will exist in the classified area.
Division into Temperature Classes
Explosion proof equipment, installed within the
Hazardous location, is divided into temperature classes (T1 to T6). Temperature class is
not – as it is often wrongly believed – the operating temperature range of the equipment, but
the maximum permissible surface temperature
of the equipment, in relation to +40°C ambient
temperature on any surface area, and should not
be exceeded at any time. The maximum surface
temperature must remain below the ignition temperature of the surrounding medium at all times.
The equipment requirements increase from
T1 to T6.
An example of a typical zone classification.
Division into Equipment Groups
Groups are divided into group I and group II.
Group I equipment is intended for use in underground parts of mines.
Group II equipment is intended for use in areas
where explosive atmospheres exist, except for underground mines.
Division into Explosion Groups
Explosion proof equipment for gases, mists and
vapors are divided into three explosion groups (IIAIIB-IIC) according to the type of protection being
used. The explosion group is a means to measure
the ignitability of gases (potentially explosive atmospheres). The equipment requirements increase
from IIA to IIC.
An example of a typical division classification.
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Division and Zone System Comparison
Similarities and Differences of Division /Zone Systems in Hazardous Areas
What are the differences between the Zone and Division systems in hazardous (classified) locations ?
Here is what you need to know.
Zone or Division?
What are the similarities and differences ? It seems
so confusing, but it doesn‘t have to be. A good way
to understand the Zone system is to compare and
contrast it with the familiar Division system rules
and methodologies. This makes sense because
they both have the same goal: To promote safety
by defense against the ignition of flammable gases
by electrical arcing or electrically heated surfaces.
Also, both systems work with the same natural laws of
physics and chemistry, such as gas ignition temperatures and combustible percentages of volatile gases.
National Electrical Code
Looking at the rewritten article 505, in the 1999
National Electrical Code (NEC), we see it provides
for the use of the Zone Classification system, detailing the different gas groupings, protection philosophies, and types of equipment from the Division system. If you don‘t understand the new terms
and concepts, you‘ll end up applying the installation
rules at the end of article 505 strictly by rote, and
that doesn‘t work well in the long run.
The NEC Committee rewrote article 505 because
the Division Classification system and IEC system
are too different to merge. For example, list the
IEC and NEC Group classifications for the different
gases in ascending order of "More Easily Ignitable."
Then, note that the group denoted with an "A" in
the IEC area is the least ignitable, while the group
denoted with an "A" in the NEC group is the most
ignitable. Also, the IEC system uses three groups
for the representative gases while the NEC system
uses four. To further confuse the two systems, the
IEC and NEC do not use the same terminology,
and neither have the same number of categories to
identify the likelihood of the hazard being present.
provides rules and standards about how to define
and develop the extent of a Zone-classified area.
Appendix C of IEC 60079-10 contains examples
demonstrating the results of the applications of the
rules found in the body of the IEC 60079-10 document. IEC 60079-10 compared to API 500 area
classification.
Where API 500 classifications interface with IEC
installations, there are obvious differences. For example, IEC Zone 0 and Zone 1 are included within
Division 1 of the NEC. The IEC has three Zones,
and the NEC has two Divisions. This causes some
of the major differences between the two systems.
Also, reclassification of Division locations into Zone
locations brings out these differences. For an example of applying NEC 505-6(b-c) rules in delineating between Division and Zone boundaries.
Direct Comparisons Between NEC and IEC Rules
Here‘s a quick comparison and contrast between
the two systems.
Comparison of Overall Methodologies
Both Division and Zone classification systems begin with defining what the hazard is and the probability the hazard will be present.
Classes and Groups According to NEC 500/505
Comparison of how the hazards are defined. The
NEC Division system uses Classes and Groups to
identify the hazard. The classes are used to represent gases, types of dusts, or fibers:
•• Class I represents flammable gases
•• Class II represents explosive dusts
•• Class III represents hazardous fibers
Groups further define the hazard in Class I and II
locations. For Class I, Groups A (acetylene), B (hydrogen and similar gases), C (ethylene and similar
gases), and D (propane and similar gases) represent flammable gases. Note: Hazardous Dusts and
fibers are not treated in the article 505 Zone system.
The NEC is an installation standard. With the exception of a few specific occupancies (e.g. article
511 for service stations, or article 515 for bulk
storage facilities), the NEC does not make area
classifications. Even those special articles generally consist of material extracted from other NFPA
documents, where the heavy lifting gets done as
to the boundaries of various hazardous (classified)
areas. This is because the NEC is an installation
document, not an occupancy document, and NFPA
operating procedures clearly distinguish the functions of both.
Groups and Zones According to IEC/EN Zone System
The IEC Zone system identifies the hazard by two
main Groups:
•• Group I for mining (underground locations) and
Group II for surface (not underground) industries.
(Note: Sec. 90-2(b)(2) states the NEC doesn‘t
cover underground mining installations.)
•• Group II is divided into three subgroups arranged in order of hazard due to threat of ignition:
A (the most difficult to ignite, such as propane); B
(gases such as ethylene); and C (the easiest to
ignite, such as acetylene / hydrogen).
For example, what would you use to decide area
boundaries in a refinery? The American Petroleum
Institute (API) RP 500, Recommended Practice for
Classification of Locations for Electrical Installations at Petroleum Facilities Classified as Class I
Division I and Division 2, would be the best place
to start. This widely used API document defines the
extent of classified areas in refineries operating under the Division system.
Comparison of hazard probability. The NEC Division system categorizes locations as Division 1 or
Division 2 based on the rules found in section 5005(a) or (b), respectively.
IEC/EN Zone System
Now suppose you‘re proposing to do the same
thing, but under the Zone system. IEC 60079-10
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A Class I Division 1 Location is Where:
•• Concentrations [refer to NFPA 497 for the
percentage volumes of gases that will burn, since
too little or too much gas won‘t burn] of flammable
gases or vapors that would be ignitable under
normal operating conditions
•• Hazardous gas mixture(s) may exist frequently
because of repair or maintenance operations or
leakage, or
•• The breakdown of equipment simultaneously
releases hazardous gas and causes failure of
electrical equipment.
A Class I Division 2 Location is Where:
•• Volatile flammable liquids are handled or stored,
but they are normally confined within closed
containers from which they can escape through
container rupture, or
•• Positive ventilation normally prevents ignitable
concentrations of vapors (that is, the quantity of
clean air continually brought into the atmosphere
prevents the hazardous gas concentration from
reaching its lower explosive limit percentage), or
•• The area is adjacent to a Class I Division 1 location from which hazardous concentrations of gas
may occasionally be transported.
The IEC / CENELEC approach uses in three Zones
instead of two Divisions. The Zones are based on
how often the hazard is present instead of whether
the hazard is present "normally." A Fine Print Note
(FPN) in section 505-4 of the‚ 1999 NEC directs
the reader to IEC 60079-0 for specific information about classifying areas as hazardous. This is
also CENELEC EN 60079-10, Electrical Apparatus
for Explosive Gas Atmospheres, Classification of
Hazardous Areas. It provides specific definitions of
zones, as follows:
Zone 0 location is "…an area in which an explosive
gas atmosphere is present continuously or for long
periods."
Zone 1 location is "…an area in which an explosive
gas atmosphere is likely to occur in normal operation."
Zone 2 location is "…an area in which an explosive
gas atmosphere is not likely to occur in normal operation, and if it does occur, is likely to do so only
infrequently and will exist for a short period only."
The Zone system makes extensive use of the
Lower Explosive Limit (LEL) concept. That is, if the
amount of flammable gas in the atmosphere mixture is below the LEL for the gas, then the mixture
is too lean and won‘t burn. A large part of the IEC
60079-10 document is about methods that are intended to keep the atmospheric mixture below the
LEL for the gas. However, the "...likely frequency
of release, the release rate, the concentration, the
velocity, the ventilation, and other factors all affect
the Zone classification."
Zone 0: the biggest difference. The concept of Zone
0 is a big difference. No amount of ventilation can
change a Zone 0 area to some lower classification, and the IEC general method of treating Zone
0 locations is to eliminate the hazard from within
these locations by eliminating all electrical devices,
cables, and loads from Zone 0 locations. In the final
analysis of the Zone rules, the only type of electrical items you can install within Zone 0 locations is
the intrinsically safe type. You‘ll find Zone 1 locations roughly equivalent to Division 1 locations, and
Zone 2 locations roughly equivalent to Division 2
locations.
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How We Got from Division to Division and Zone
Comparisons Between Division and Zone Classifications NEC 500 / NEC 505
Acceptable wiring methods. After section 505-10,
subsequent sections of article 505 define the acceptable wiring methods for Zone 0, 1, and 2 locations, required markings for equipment to be
placed in each Zone, and specifics about how to
treat unique loads, such as "increased safety" motors in these locations.
by John Paschal, Jr., P.E.
In 1947, the NEC first recognized different levels of
risk exist in hazardous locations. Consequently, it
established Division 1 and Division 2, to provide a
means to treat the issue. The permitted installation
methods to be specified are based upon what was
considered an acceptable level of risk.
The IEC rules advanced the NEC logic to a new
level. The IEC recognized the NEC divisions were
based more on whether the hazard was present under either normal or abnormal conditions, instead
of on the duration of the hazard. Therefore, the
IEC established three divisions, or Zones, that are
based on how often the hazard is present rather
than upon normal versus abnormal conditions.
The three zones break the NEC‘s Division 1 into two
distinct zones, one of which (Zone 0) is for those locations that are the most hazardous because they
remain hazardous for a long time. Separating Zone
0 from the remainder of what is Division 1 in the
NEC system permits a more refined treatment of
the hazards of the two zones. It restricts methods of
protection in Zone 0 while permitting more relaxed
method of protection in Zone 1 locations.
•• The use of "increased safety" protection isn‘t
recognized by the Division system; but the Zone
system permits its use in all but Zone 0 locations
•• Encapsulation (Ex m) isn‘t a recognized protection method in the Division system; but the Zone
system uses it frequently.
•• "Special Protection" is not recognized within
the Division system; but the Zone system allows
a mechanism whereby apparatus and equipment
can be certified to be safe and workable in a given
location, though it does not comply with the other
recognized forms of protection. However, section
500-4(i) opens the door to other techniques.
•• The Division system maintains a listing of types
of enclosures, such as NEMA 4, or 7, 12, while the
Zone system maintains the Ingress Protection (IP)
system. The IP system designates, by means of a
number, the degree of protection provided by an
enclosure against solid objects. It also has a second number to designate the degree of protection
provided by the enclosure against water ingress.
For example, an IP number of 54 would eliminate
the possible ingress of dust and protect against
splashing water from any direction.
•• Equipment listed for a Zone 0 can also be
installed in Zone 1 or 2.
•• Equipment must be marked with the Class,
Zone, Group, and Temperature classification,
except that intrinsically safe equipment is only
required to be marked with the symbol AEx, the
protection technique, and with the gas group.
The FPN in NEC section 505-10(b) provides an
example of the equipment marking system for
Zone applications.
used then to select the proper electrical equipment
and wiring methods for a safe installation.
The primary intent of area classification is to prevent fires and explosions that could be caused by
electrical equipment serving as an ignition source
(arc, spark, high temperature, etc). Electrical area
classification applies only to areas where electrical
ignition sources can exist. Areas where mechanical or process ignition sources exist are a separate
consideration. However, if these types of hazards
exist all the time, then the area immediately adjacent to the ignition source is not normally electrically classified.
Area classification is defined in National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) - 70, "The National
Electrical Code," Chapter 5 (Special Occupancies),
Article 500. NEC Articles 501-505 and 511-517 further define the requirements for hazardous (classified) areas. Other articles in the NEC also refer to
the articles in Chapter 5 for requirements.
Other NFPA standards such as NFPA-30, "Flammable and Combustible Liquids Code;" NFPA-30A,
"Automotive and Marine Service Code;" NFPA-45,
"Fire Protection for Laboratories;" NFPA-58, "Storage and Handling of Liquid Petroleum Gases;" etc.,
also contain requirements in regards to hazardous
area installations. Article 500-2(b) lists references
related to area classification. The requirements for
area classification are not provided in a cookbook
manner but rather require the use of technical expertise and sound engineering judgment.
The Division system in section 501-5(a), Sec.
505-7 of the Code describes the grouping for the
Zone system by gas, according to permissible gap
range and minimum ignition currents. This section
provides specific "go-by" information for each gas
group. Similarly, section 505-8 and its FPN point to
NFPA-497-1997 for gas temperatures for use with
either Division or Zone classifications. On the other
hand, the Zone system uses some types of protection not recognized by the Division system.
Other Comparisons Between Division and
Zone Classifications
To help you in your new IEC-related work (if you‘re
well-grounded in the use of the Division system),
here are valuable comparisons you should know
•• The Division system uses flame path cooling in
Division 1 and Division 2 locations; but, the Zone
system does not allow this "flameproof" methodology in Zone 0.
•• For all practical purposes, the T-ratings for both
systems are identical
•• The Zone system allows intrinsic safety with two
fault conditions applied (ia), as the Division system
permits, and a lesser form of intrinsic safety that is
only safe with one fault applied (ib).
•• In the Division system, purging and pressurizing is permitted in all locations; but, in the Zone
system, this is not permitted in Zone 0 locations
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About US Codes
No one should trifle with the safety of personnel
and equipment deployed in areas where there are
or may be flammable or explosive atmospheres.
Standards for dealing with such hazardous areas
have been established based on caution and experience. But the 1996 National Electrical Code
(NEC) was modified to incorporate International
Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) standards in
addition to the existing code. Comparison of the
two methodologies shows the effects and benefits.
Area classification is the methodology used by the
NEC to classify areas as to the nature, the likelihood, and the extent of ignitable flammable hazards that could exist where electrical equipment
could be installed. The area classification can be
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Risk (without security measures)
Risk
1. Functional Safety
The safety integrity level (SIL) allows to determine
the potential risk for people, systems, devices and
processes in case of a malfunction. Basis for the
specification, design, and operation of safety instrumented systems is IEC standard 61508.
Process
The goal is to assess the risk and to reduce it by use of suitable measures
2. Standard
Standard 61508 defines safety depending on the
level of integrity and the probability…
61508 encompasses its own risk assessment with
which the safety integrity levels for the safety related devices and systems can be determined. The
standard knows four levels, SIL 1 to SIL 4, characterizing safety levels for electrical and electronic
devices. The SIL level is a measure for the safety
function in case of a fault and answers the question: What is the probability of the system still functioning correctly in case of a fault ?
3. Specific Values
PFD = Probability of Failure on Demand
PFDav directly describes the probability that the system will malfunction on demand, i.e. when a service
request is made or during a continuous temperature measuring. The standard defines different levels of demand and high demand is, as the name
implies, when safety related functions are required
in a continuous mode of operation. Low demand
is where the frequency of demands for operation
made on a safety-related system is no greater than
one per year. The differences are reflected in the
mathematical treatment. High demand looks at
failure probability per hour versus low demand at
probability of failure per demand.
SIL – PFDav – PFH – Modes of Operation
Safety Integrity
Level (SIL)
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Low demand mode
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High demand
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SIL4
≥ 10-5 to < 10-4
≥ 10-9 to < 10-8
SIL3
≥ 10 to < 10
-3
≥ 10-8 to < 10-7
SIL2
≥ 10-3 to < 10-2
≥ 10-7 to < 10-6
SIL1
≥ 10 to < 10
≥ 10-6 to < 10-5
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-2
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MTBF = Mean Time Between Failure
MTBF is applicable only to repairable devices or
systems and time between failures assumes that
the device has been repaired after a failure. MTBF
can be used to estimate failures per time interval.
That allows to calculate the probability of a device
failure during its life span (for example 10 years for
Schischek actuators). MTBF for a given device can
be estimated in life cycle tests. Those tests can be
conducted under increased stress conditions of a
highly accelerated life test, such as radiation, humidity, vibration, high temperatures etc.
Another way to determine MTBF is the reliability prediction, often used in early design stages where devices and systems are not yet available. That allows
to evaluate if the target reliability can be achieved
but, it requires detailed knowledge of the construction of a device and its components. Failure rates
are available for many components and published in
manuals. Values given in FIT, which stands for failure
in time and is a unite defined as 1 FIT = 109 per hour.
MTTF = Mean Time To Failure
also used as average mean time to failure MTTFd.
The importance of MTTF has been increased by
the European Norm EN ISO 13849-1 in connection
with machine safety.
MTTF is a statistical quantity based on test results
or empirical data and does not constitute a guaranteed life cycle or failure free operating time.
MTTF is based on the reliability function R(t) and is
valid under the assumption that that the device in
consideration is “as new” after a repair.
MTBF is the reciprocal of the calculated failure rate
of the component, which in turn is the sum of the
application condition dependent failure rates of the
individual components. When used in MTBF calculations FIT is usually used without the unit “failures
in 109 hours.” If, for example, MTBF for a repairable
device is affected by a component for which FIT is
known, then MTBF can be calculated based on the
following formula:
Formula:
MTBF = 114.000 years
FIT
Example:
for a FIT of 1140 follows MTBF = 100 years
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MTTR also encompasses work and material planning and should be kept as short as possible.
λ = Failure Rate
The failure is the reciprocal of MTBF. (λ = 1 / MTBF)
μ = Repair Rate
The repair rate is the reciprocal of MTTR.
(λ = 1 / MTTR)
SFF = Safe Failure Fraction
SFF is the proportion of safe errors (λsafe) in relation to dangerous errors (λdangerous). The higher
SFF the lower the probabilty of failure.
HFT = Hardware Failure Tolerance
The hardware failure tolerance HFT together with
the safe failure fraction SFF determines the safety
integrity level SIL. HFT categorizes the amount
of faults a system can endure without failing as a
system. The higher HFT the higher is the system
availability.
•• HFT = 0: no redundancy, a single fault can
result in loss of safety.
•• HFT = 1: “simple” redundancy, at least two
faults are necessary to cause a safety failure.
•• HFT = 2: double redundancy, at least 3 faults
are necessary to result in a loss of safety.
Since the safety function of all individual parts has
to be taken into consideration a fully redundant
architecture may be necessary depending on the
required SIL level.
Safe Failure
Fraction
(SFF)
SFF= 1-λDU /λtotal
λ S = safe
λ SD = safe detected
λ SU = safe undetected
λ D = dangerous
λDD = dangerous detected
λDU = dangerous undetected
Hardware Fault
Tolerance (Type A –
simple subsystem)
0
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2
Hardware Fault
Tolerance (Type B –
complex subsystem)
0
1 (0*)
2 (1*)
< 60%
SIL1
SIL2
SIL3
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SIL1
SIL2
60%… < 90%
SIL2
SIL3
SIL4
SIL1
SIL2
SIL3
90%… < 99%
SIL3
SIL4
SIL4
SIL2
SIL3
SIL4
≥ 99%
SIL3
SIL4
SIL4
SIL3
SIL4
SIL4
* With proven-in-use demonstration acc. to IEC 61511 (only for SIL < 4)
λSU
λSD
λS
λD
λDD
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Hazard and risk analysis
Safety requirements
Planning, realization
Installation, commissioning
Operation, maintenance, repair
Modification, retrofit
Decommissioning, disposal
SFF – HFT – SIL – Type A, Type B
λtotal = λS + λD
Safety Lifecycle
back to appropriate phase
MTTR = Mean Time To Repair
is a measure of how long it takes on average to repair a device after failure and is therefore important
in conjuction with system availability.
Management of functional safety
and functional safety assessment
Qualification, training and documentation
Needed Documents for Certification:
•• Product Specification
•• Functional Specification
•• Safety Requirement Specification
•• Development plan
•• Verification and Valdiation Plan
•• Hardware development documents
•• Software development documents
•• Construction drawings
•• Hardware Verification- and Testplans
•• Hardware Test results
•• Software Verifications and Testplans
•• Software Test results
•• Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (FMEA)
•• Quantitativ verification of safety
•• Technical customer documentation
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Certification with Highest Protection Classes
ATEX • IECEx • SIL • IP66 • INMETRO • CSA • UL • GOST-R • RTN • KOSHA
CSA is a global provider of testing and certification services.
CSA is also on the OSHA list of nationally recognized testing laboratories, NRTL.
UL is an independent organization testing and certifying product with
regards to safety. UL tests and evaluates compliance of products, components, materials, and systems against specific requirements.
As a result the UL mark can be carried as long as the standards are
kept to. UL is one of the OSHA endorsed testing labs. OSHA is the
Occupational Safety and Health Administration and maintains a list of
labs called NRTL, short for nationally recognized testing laboratories.
GOST-R denotes a certification obligatory for goods to be imported to
the Russian Federation. Compliance has to be evaluated and approved
based on Russian standards. GOST-R certification is required for examples as follow:
•• Food and food packaging
•• Electronic devices
•• Industrial plants and machinery
•• Products used in the oil & gas industry
•• Electronic and technical systems
RTN
RTN is short for “RosTekhNadzor”. RTN certificates are required in
Russia for industrial processes involving hazardous materials and conditions and are required for the equipment used. RTN approves the use
of the equipment. RTN approvals are generally necessary for example:
•• for all equipment used in the Oil & Gas industry
•• all equipment requiring explosion protection
KOSHA (Korea Occupational Safety and Health Agency) aims to contribute to the national economy by maintaining and improving the safety
and health conditions at work through the efficient implementation of
projects such as research and development, promotion of industrial accident prevention technologies, provision of technical assistance and
training on occupational safety and health, inspection on dangerous
facilities and equipment.
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Certification with Highest Protection Classes
ATEX • IECEx • SIL • IP66 • INMETRO • CSA • UL • GOST-R • RTN • KOSHA
ATEX is a commonly used synonym for the ATEX guidelines of the European Union. The name is derived from the French term ATmosphère
EXplosive. The directive encompasses explosion protection guidelines
94/9/EG for devices and 1999/92/EG for operations. ATEX guidelines
are devised by the Director General of the EU commission Enterprise
and Industry in cooperation with the member states, standardization organizations (CEN, CENELEC) and so called known organizations such
as BAM, PTB, or TUEV to name examples from Germany.
IECEx is an internationally used process to certify electrical equipment
used in hazardous locations. The code defines a system to classify
locations prone to explosive atmospheres caused by gases, dusts, or
fibers for example. The main goal of the International Electrotechnical
Commission IEC with the IECEx regulation is to reach global harmonization of codes governing use of electrical apparatus in hazardous
locations. IEC promotes mutual acceptance of evaluations and reports
among the testing labs and certifying bodies.
SIL „Safety Integrity Level“ considers functional safety determine the
potential risk for people, systems, devices and processes in case of a
malfunction. Basis for the specification, design, and operation of safety
instrumented systems is IEC standard 61508. The goal is to assess the
risk and to reduce it by use of suitable measures. The standard knows
four levels, SIL 1-SIL 4, characterizing safety levels for electrical, electronic and programmable electronic devices, often referred to as E/E/
PE. The SIL level is a measure for the safety function in case of a fault
and answers the question:
•• What is the probability of the system still functioning correctly in
case of a fault ?
IP66
IP66 stands for Ingress Protection and denotes the protection of the device against environmental factors, dust and rain for example, as well
as protection of living beings against dangers of touching high voltage
circuits for example. The first digit categorizes ingress of solid objects,
the second ingress of water:
•• IP6x = dust proof
•• IPx6 = water jet proof (with specifies water pressure etc.)
INMETRO (Institute of Metrology, Standardisation and Industrial Quality) is Brazil‘s government body responsible for the implementation of
measurement, safety and quality standards for electrical and electronic
products. It guides the activities of accreditation, inspection, testing and
certification bodies in the country.
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Valve Automation
Quarter-Turn Actuators
Linear Motion Actuators
..Max
¼-Turn Actuator
..Run
Linear Valve Actuator
Valve Linkage
Example
Valve Linkage
Example
Valve
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Valve
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Valve Automation
Schischek Valve Linkages
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You make the linkage yourself or source it
somewhere else. In that case we would be
happy to provide you with all the actuator dimensions necessary to do so. We can even
give you STEP files you can import directly
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Introduction
For over fifty years, engineers have relied upon
Rotork for the most innovative and dependable
valve actuation and flow control solutions.
From safety systems that may be needed just
once in a lifetime to high precision controls that
are constantly on the move, Rotork products
remain the clear choice, worldwide.
Committed to Innovation
Leaders in Flow Control
With every product that Rotork develops, you can be sure of
one thing: That quality and reliability are an integral part.
From its inception over 50 years ago, Rotork has grown to
be a major international business with subsidiaries all around
the world.
Throughout the company’s history, our engineers have
focused on solving customer challenges and developing new
solutions with levels of engineering skill and creativity that
our competitors still cannot match.
Some innovations are adopted almost immediately, whilst
others may require thousands of hours of testing and
certification before they can be offered to our customers.
Serving the World
We are recognised as global leaders, designing and building
the most reliable products, backed up by highly acclaimed
customer service.
Rotork has always been committed to a global customerbase, supporting operations in some of the most remote and
challenging environments.
A genuine, long-term commitment to customers and
partners underpins our culture of engineering excellence,
making Rotork a consistently dependable choice for products
and service.
We have established manufacturing facilities across the globe
plus over 350 offices and regional centres of excellence.
These provide our staff with all the training and support they
need to deliver excellent service, wherever they are needed.
Whether you work directly with Rotork or engage through a
partner, you can be confident that our products and support
remain the best in the world.
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Electric Control Valve Actuators (Extraction)
Linear and Rotary Actuators
Linear, Quarter-Turn and Rotary Actuators
CVA
CMA
range
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Linear: Thrust range 890 to 22,241 N (200 to 5,000 lbf)
Rotary: Torque range 54.2 to 271 Nm (480 to 2,400 lbf.in)
High performance, continuous unrestricted modulating duty - S9
High resolution and repeatability
Pakscan, HART®, Profibus®, Modbus and Foundation Fieldbus®
available. Optional hard wired RIRO (Remote In Remote Out)
Comprehensive data logging
Watertight IP68 and explosionproof enclosures
Programmable fail-to-position option
Temp. range -30 to 70 ºC (-22 to 158 ºF) + Low Option
‘Intrinsically Safe’ control & instrumentation. Non-intrusive
setup /calibration using Bluetooth® wireless technology
Optional manual override
range
The Rotork CMA is suitable for almost all linear, quarter-turn
and rotary control valve and pump applications requiring exact
position control and unrestricted continuous modulation.
• Linear: Thrust range 178 to 3,336 N (40 to 750 lbf)
•Rotary / QT: Torque range 2.3 to 113 Nm (20 to 1,000 lbf.in)
• Permanently lubricated and maintenance free drive train
• Accurate and repeatable position control
• Pakscan, HART®, Profibus®, Modbus and Foundation Fieldbus®
available. Optional hard wired RIRO (Remote In Remote Out)
• Temp. range -30 to 70 ºC (-22 to 158 ºF) + Low Option
• Electronic thrust/torque limiting
• Manual override standard
IQ – Multi-Turn Actuators
ROM – Compact and Lightweight Design
IQ
ROM
range
Intelligent communication options and multilingual display.
The IQ offers multi- and quarter-turn isolating / regulating duty.
• Torque range:
Multi-turn direct drive 14 to 3,000 Nm (10 to 2,200 lbf.ft)
Multi-turn with IS or IB gearbox, up to 40,800 Nm (30,000 lbf.ft)
Quarter-turn with IW gearbox up to 250,000 Nm (185,000 lbf.ft)
• Complete integrated motor control
• Infra-red or Bluetooth® wireless technology for simple setup and adjustment
• Digital, analogue or bus system remote control and
status reporting
• Comprehensive software tools for plant records and valve
performance analysis
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range
Building on the simple specification of the ROM / RBM range,
Rotork now offer a more complete control solution with the
introduction of the new ROMpak.
ROMpak introduces: Local controls for ease of operation;
Dual local indicators – mechanical and LED; Phase rotation
correction for ease of installation. Options include: Bluetooth®
non-intrusive configuration, bus communication, Folomatic / CPT
and datalogger.
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Torque range 35 to 650 Nm (25 to 480 lbf.ft)
Efficient yet simple gearing
Wide range of supply voltages available
Single-phase, three-phase and DC options
Watertight IP67 rating
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Fluid Power Actuators (Extraction)
Vane Actuators
Pneumatic Rack and Pinion Actuator
K-TORK
GT
range
• Pneumatic actuators in double-acting and spring-return
configurations
• Compact no-sideload, constant-torque design with
output to 16,950 Nm (150,000 lbf.in)
• Complies with EN60529 (1991) + (A1:2000) for IP67M
• Complies with ANSI/AWWA C540-02 and C541-08
• Conforms to VDI/VDE 3485 control accessory
mounting standards
• Modulating accuracy of 0.25 % or better
Compact Scotch Yoke Actuators
RC200
RCI200
range
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Pneumatic rack and pinion actuator
Double-acting and spring-return configurations
Constant torque range from 3 to 15880 Nm
Valve interface according ISO 5211/ DIN 3337
Solenoid valve interface according NAMUR VDI / VDE 3845
Feedback /accessory interface according NAMUR VDI / VDE 3845
Standard certifications: ATEX, CE, SIL3, GOST, RTN
Options: epoxy-coating, hardanodizing, electric nickel plating,
stainless steel pinion, speed regulation (other possible, on request)
• Single limit stop or double limit stop version
Electro-Hydraulic Actuators
Skilmatic
range
ranges
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Extremely compact scotch yoke pneumatic actuator
Double-acting and spring-return configurations
Contained spring module for safety and convenience
Torque output to 4,400 Nm (38,000 lbf.in)
Valve mounting dimensions per ISO 5211/DIN 3337
Compatible with SVM partial stroke testing
Certified suitable for use at SIL3 as a single device in
accordance with IEC 61508
• Actuators certified in accordance with PED 97/23/EC
• Actuators certified to ATEX 94/9/EC
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Skilmatic range SIL3 certified Intelligent, self-contained electrohydraulic actuators feature Rotork double-sealed terminal
compartments and user displays for position, pressure, diagnostics
and fault indication.
• Linear thrusts: 1.7 to 5,500 kN (382 to 1,230,000 lbf)
¼ turn torques: 65 to 600,000 Nm (575 to 5,000,000 lbf.in)
• Two-position, ESD or modulating operation in spring-return
or double-acting executions
• Single-phase, three-phase or 24 VDC power supply
• Non-intrusive infrared configuration and Bluetooth® data transfer
• Optional bus communications via all major protocols
• Partial stroke test capability
• Watertight or explosionproof ATEX, FM, CSA IEC and GOST
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Bangladesh
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Dijbouti
Central African Republic
Angola
Bolivia
Vanuatu
Mauritius
Mozambique
Swaziland
Lesotho
Argentina
C
Oman
Chad
Cameroon
N. Korea
Tajikistan
Afghanistan
Tanzania
B r a z i l
Chile
Kuwait
Bahrain
Qatar
U.A.E.
Egypt
Nigeria
Gabon
Mongolia
Kyrgyzstan
Jordan
Sudan
Equatorial Guinea
Ecuador
Peru
Turkmenistan
Iran
Iraq
Saudi Arabia
Mauritania
Haiti
Nicaragua
Costa Rica
Libya
Syria
(Occupied by Morocco)
Dom. Rep.
Puerto Rico
Jamaica
Honduras
Cyprus
Lebanon
Israel
Uzbekistan
Georgia
Armenia Azerb.
Turkey
Malta
Tunisia
Algeria
Western Sahara
Bahamas
Cuba
Bulgaria
Greece
Gibraltar
Kazakhstan
Mold.
Romania
Bos. &
Serb.
Herz.
Mont.
Albania Mace.
Morocco
Mexico
Ukraine
Slovakia
Hungary
Slovenia
Croatia
Spain
Portugal
Belarus
Poland
Germany
Madagascar
Somoa
Fiji
Tonga
A u s t r a l i a
South Africa
Uruguay
New Zealand
To Find Other Contacts Worlwide Please Visit:
www.schischek.com/contact/schischek-worldwide
www.rotork.com/en/contact/index/
Schischek GmbH – Langenzenn / Germany
Rotork - Schischek Sales
Contact
Rotork East Coast Factory Store
Rotork Mid-West Factory Store
Rotork Gulf Coast Factory Store
Rotork Canada RCCE
Rotork Canada RCCW
Rotork Mexico
675 Mile Crossing Blvd.,
Rochester, NY 14624
Phone +1 585 247 2304
Fax +1 585 247 2308
[email protected]
www.rotork.com
2850 Argentia Road Unit #4
Mississauga, Ontario L5N8G4
Phone +1 905 363 0313
Fax +1 905 363 0320
[email protected]
www.rotork.com
Headquarter/Manufacturing
Schischek GmbH
Mühlsteig 45
Gewerbegebiet Süd 5
90579 Langenzenn
Germany
Phone +49 9101 9081-0
Fax +49 9101 9081-77
[email protected]
www.schischek.com
PUB113-002-00-0414
www.schischek.com
5607 West Douglas Ave.,
Milwaukee, WI 53218
Phone +1 414 461 9200
Fax +1 414 461 1024
[email protected]
www.rotork.com
Bay #6 820-28th Street N.E.
Calgary, Alberta T2A6K1
Phone +1 403 569 9455
Fax +1 403 569 9414
[email protected]
www.rotork.com
Your Local Dealer
1811 Brittmoore Rd., Suite 100,
Houston, TX 77043
Phone +1 713 856 5640
Fax +1 713 856 8127
[email protected]
www.rotork.com
Centeotl # 223, Col. Industrial San
Antonio, México, D.F. 02760
Phone +52 (55) 5559 2959
[email protected]
www.rotork.com
Rotork West Coast Factory Store
1460 Cader Lane, Suite A,
Petaluma, CA 94954
Phone +1 707 769 4880
Fax +1 866 269 9577
[email protected]
www.rotork.com
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