SGC 12.1 SGCR 04.1

SGC 12.1 SGCR 04.1
Part-turn actuators
SGC 04.1 – SGC 12.1
SGCR 04.1 – SGCR 12.1
with integral actuator controls
Control
→ Parallel
Profibus DP
Modbus RTU
Operation instructions
Assembly, operation, commissioning
SGC 04.1 – SGC 12.1 / SGCR 04.1 – SGCR 12.1
Table of contents
Read operation instructions first.
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Observe safety instructions.
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These operation instructions are part of the product.
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Retain operation instructions during product life.
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Pass on instructions to any subsequent user or owner of the product.
Purpose of the document:
This document contains information for installation, commissioning, operation and maintenance staff. It is intended
to support device installation and commissioning.
Reference documents:
Reference documents can be downloaded from the Internet (www.auma.com) or ordered directly from AUMA
(refer to <Addresses>).
Table of contents
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1.
1.1.
1.2.
1.3.
1.4.
1.5.
Safety instructions.................................................................................................................
Basic information on safety
Range of application
Applications in Ex zone 22 (option)
Warnings and notes
References and symbols
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2.
2.1.
2.2.
Identification...........................................................................................................................
Name plate
Short description
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3.
3.1.
3.2.
3.3.
Transport, storage and packaging........................................................................................
Transport
Storage
Packaging
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4.
4.1.
4.2.
4.3.
4.3.1.
4.3.2.
4.3.2.1.
Assembly................................................................................................................................
Mounting position
Ball handle to handwheel: fit
Actuator: mount to valve
Actuator for assembly: prepare
Output drive for coupling
Mounting with coupling
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5.
5.1.
5.2.
5.2.1.
5.3.
5.3.1.
5.4.
5.4.1.
5.4.2.
5.4.3.
5.5.
5.6.
Electrical connection.............................................................................................................
Basic information
Connection via screw-type connector
Cable connection
Connection via bayonet connector
Cable connection
Connection with AUMA plug/socket connector
Terminal compartment: open
Cable connection
Terminal compartment: close
Earth connection, external
Accessories for electrical connection
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5.6.1.
Local controls mounted on wall bracket
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6.1.
6.2.
Indications..............................................................................................................................
Mechanical position indicator/running indication
Indication lights
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7.1.
7.2.
Signals.....................................................................................................................................
Output contacts (binary)
Analogue signals
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8.1.
8.2.
8.2.1.
8.2.2.
Operation................................................................................................................................
Manual operation
Motor operation
Local actuator operation
Actuator operation from remote
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9.1.
9.2.
9.3.
9.4.
9.5.
9.6.
Commissioning (basic settings of controls).......................................................................
Cover to controls: open
Setting via hardware (switches) or via software
Type of seating: set
Torque switching: set
Operating time: set
Cover to controls: close
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10.1.
10.1.1.
10.1.2.
10.2.
10.3.
10.3.1.
10.3.2.
10.4.
10.5.
10.6.
Commissioning (basic settings at actuator)........................................................................
End stops in part-turn actuator
End stop CLOSED: set
End stop OPEN: set
End position detection: verify setting
End position detection: set again via local controls
End position CLOSED: set again
End position OPEN: set again
Switch compartment: open
Mechanical position indicator: set
Switch compartment: close
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AUMA CDT software (accessories).......................................................................................
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12.1.
12.2.
12.2.1.
12.2.2.
Corrective action....................................................................................................................
Fault indications and warning indications
Fuses
Fuses within the actuator controls
Motor protection (thermal monitoring)
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13.1.
13.2.
13.3.
Servicing and maintenance...................................................................................................
Preventive measures for servicing and safe operation
Maintenance
Disposal and recycling
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Technical data Part-turn actuator.........................................................................................
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15.1.
15.2.
Spare parts.............................................................................................................................
Part-turn actuator SGC 04.1 – SGC 10.1/SGCR 04.1 – SGCR 10.1
Part-turn actuator SGC/SGCR 12.1
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16.1.
Certificates..............................................................................................................................
Declaration of Incorporation and EC Declaration of Conformity
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Table of contents
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Index........................................................................................................................................
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Addresses...............................................................................................................................
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Safety instructions
1.
Safety instructions
1.1.
Basic information on safety
Standards/directives
AUMA products are designed and manufactured in compliance with recognised
standards and directives. This is certified in a Declaration of Incorporation and an
EC Declaration of Conformity.
The end user or the contractor must ensure that all legal requirements, directives,
guidelines, national regulations and recommendations with respect to assembly,
electrical connection, commissioning and operation are met at the place of installation.
Safety instructions/warnings
All personnel working with this device must be familiar with the safety and warning
instructions in this manual and observe the instructions given. Safety instructions
and warning signs on the device must be observed to avoid personal injury or property
damage.
Qualification of staff
Assembly, electrical connection, commissioning, operation, and maintenance must
be carried out exclusively by suitably qualified personnel having been authorised by
the end user or contractor of the plant only.
Prior to working on this product, the staff must have thoroughly read and understood
these instructions and, furthermore, know and observe officially recognised rules
regarding occupational health and safety.
Commissioning
Operation
Prior to commissioning, it is important to check that all settings meet the requirements
of the application. Incorrect settings might present a danger to the application, e.g.
cause damage to the valve or the installation. The manufacturer will not be held
liable for any consequential damage. Such risk lies entirely with the user.
Prerequisites for safe and smooth operation:
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Correct transport, proper storage, mounting and installation, as well as careful
commissioning.
Only operate the device if it is in perfect condition while observing these instructions.
Immediately report any faults and damage and allow for corrective measures.
Observe recognised rules for occupational health and safety.
Observe the national regulations.
During operation, the housing warms up and surface temperatures > 60 °C may
occur. To prevent possible burns, we recommend checking the surface temperature using an appropriate thermometer and wearing protective gloves, if required, prior to working on the device.
Protective measures
The end user or the contractor are responsible for implementing required protective
measures on site, such as enclosures, barriers, or personal protective equipment
for the staff.
Maintenance
To ensure safe device operation, the maintenance instructions included in this manual
must be observed.
Any device modification requires prior consent of the manufacturer.
1.2.
Range of application
AUMA part-turn actuators are designed for the operation of valves, e.g. butterfly
valves and ball valves.
Other applications require explicit (written) confirmation by the manufacturer.
The following applications are not permitted, e.g.:
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Industrial trucks according to EN ISO 3691
Lifting appliances according to EN 14502
Passenger lifts according to DIN 15306 and 15309
Service lifts according to EN 81-1/A1
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Safety instructions
Escalators
Buried service
Continuous submersion (observe enclosure protection)
Potentially explosive atmospheres
Radiation exposed areas in nuclear power plants
No liability can be assumed for inappropriate or unintended use.
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Observance of these operation instructions is considered as part of the device's
designated use.
Information
1.3.
These operation instructions are only valid for the "clockwise closing" standard
version, i.e. driven shaft turns clockwise to close the valve.
Applications in Ex zone 22 (option)
Actuators of category Ex II3D basically meet the requirements for applications in
dust hazardous locations of ZONE 22 in compliance with the ATEX directive 94/9/EC.
Actuators for zone 22 are at least designed in enclosure protection IP65 and comply
with the provisions of IEC 60079-0 - Explosive atmospheres - Part 0: Equipment General requirements.
To comply with all requirements of IEC 60079-0, it is imperative that the following
points are observed:
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1.4.
In compliance with the ATEX directive 94/9/EC, the actuators must be equipped
with an additional identification – II3D IP6X T150 °C.
The maximum surface temperature of the actuators, based on an ambient
temperature of +70 °C in accordance with IEC 60079-0 section 5.3, is +150 °C.
In accordance with section 5.3.2, an increased dust deposit on the equipment
was not considered for the determination of the maximum surface temperature.
Fulfilling the requirements of the duty type and the technical data are prerequisites for compliance with the maximum surface temperature of devices.
The connectors may only be connected or disconnected when not live.
The cable glands used also have to meet the requirements of category II3 D
and must at least comply with enclosure protection IP67.
The actuators must be connected by means of an external earth connection to
the equipotential earth bonding or integrated into an earthed piping system.
As a general rule, the requirements of IEC 60079-0 and EN 13463-1 must be
respected in dust hazardous locations. During commissioning, service, and
maintenance, special care as well as qualified and trained personnel are required
for the safe operation of actuators.
Connectors and components remaining live when not connected to a socket
are not permissible.
Warnings and notes
The following warnings draw special attention to safety-relevant procedures in these
operation instructions, each marked by the appropriate signal word (DANGER,
WARNING, CAUTION, NOTICE).
Indicates an imminently hazardous situation with a high level of risk. Failure
to observe this warning could result in death or serious injury.
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation with a medium level of risk. Failure
to observe this warning could result in death or serious injury.
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation with a low level of risk. Failure to
observe this warning may result in minor or moderate injury. May also be used
with property damage.
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Safety instructions
Potentially hazardous situation. Failure to observe this warning may result in
property damage. Is not used for personal injury.
Arrangement and typographic structure of the warnings
Type of hazard and respective source!
Potential consequence(s) in case of non-observance (option)
→ Measures to avoid the danger
→ Further measure(s)
Safety alert symbol
warns of a potential personal injury hazard.
The signal word (here: DANGER) indicates the level of hazard.
1.5.
References and symbols
The following references and symbols are used in these instructions:
Information
The term Information preceding the text indicates important notes and information.
Symbol for CLOSED (valve closed)
Symbol for OPEN (valve open)
Important information before the next step. This symbol indicates what is required
for the next step or what has to be prepared or observed.
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Reference to other sections
Terms in brackets shown above refer to other sections of the document which provide
further information on this topic. These terms are either listed in the index, a heading
or in the table of contents and may quickly be found.
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Identification
2.
Identification
2.1.
Name plate
Figure 1: Arrangement of name plates
[1]
[2]
Actuator name plate
Additional plate, e.g. KKS plate (Power Plant Classification System)
Description of actuator name plate
Figure 2: Actuator name plate (example)
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[2]
[3]
[4]
[5]
[6]
[7]
[8]
[9]
[10]
[11]
[12]
[13]
[14]
[15]
[16]
[17]
[18]
[19]
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Name of manufacturer
Address of manufacturer
Type designation
Order number
Actuator serial number
Operating time
Torque range
Current type, mains voltage, mains frequency
Electric power (motor)
Wiring diagram number
Control
Can be assigned as an option upon customer request
Enclosure protection
Type of lubricant
Setting range of swing angle
Permissible ambient temperature
Rated current
Type of duty
Data Matrix code
SGC 04.1 – SGC 12.1 / SGCR 04.1 – SGCR 12.1
Identification
Type designation
Figure 3: Type designation (example)
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2.
Type and size
Type and size of actuator
Flange size
These instructions apply to the following devices types and sizes:
Part-turn actuators for open-close duty: SGC 04.1, 05.1, 07.1, 10.1, 12.1
Part-turn actuators for modulating duty: SGCR 04.1, 05.1, 07.1, 10.1, 12.1
Order number
The product can be identified using this number and the technical data as well as
order-related data pertaining to the device can be compiled.
Please always state this number for any product inquiries.
On the Internet at http://www.auma.com, we offer a service allowing authorised
users to download order-related documents such as wiring diagrams and technical
data (both in German and English), inspection certificates and the operation
instructions when entering the order number.
Actuator serial number
Table 1: Description of serial number (with example)
05 14 NS12345
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1 + 2 position: Assembly in week
05 Week 05
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3 + 4 position: Year of manufacture
14 Year of manufacture: 2014
All other positions
NS12345
Internal number for unambiguous product identification
Control
24 V DC = Control via parallel interface at 24 V DC control voltage.
0/4 – 20 mA = Control via parallel interface via analogue input 0/4 – 20 mA.
Data Matrix code
When registered as authorised user, you may use the AUMA Support App to scan
the Data Matrix code and directly access the order-related product documents without
having to enter order number of serial number.
Figure 4: Link to the App store:
2.2.
Short description
Part-turn actuator
Definition in compliance with EN ISO 5211:
A part-turn actuator is an actuator which transmits a torque to the valve for less than
one full revolution. It need not be capable of withstanding thrust.
AUMA part-turn actuators are driven by an electric motor. For control in motor
operation and for processing the actuator signals, controls are integrated within the
housing. The actuator can be operated easily on site via the local controls. A
handwheel or crank is provided for manual operation. Manual operation is possible
without change-over.
The swing angle is limited by internal end stops. Switching off in end positions may
be either by limit or torque seating.
AUMA CDT
The AUMA CDT software (accessories) can be used to establish a connection to a
computer (PC, laptop or PDA). Among others, the software can be used to read in
and out data and to save and modify settings.
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Identification
The connection between computer and the integral actuator controls is made using
a service cable.
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Transport, storage and packaging
3.
Transport, storage and packaging
3.1.
Transport
For transport to place of installation, use sturdy packaging.
Hovering load!
Risk of death or serious injury.
→ Do NOT stand below hovering load.
→ Attach ropes or hooks for the purpose of lifting by hoist only to housing and NOT
to handwheel.
→ Actuators mounted on valves: Attach ropes or hooks for the purpose of lifting
by hoist to valve and NOT to actuator.
3.2.
Storage
Danger of corrosion due to inappropriate storage!
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Long-term storage
Store in a well-ventilated, dry room.
Protect against floor dampness by storage on a shelf or on a wooden pallet.
Cover to protect against dust and dirt.
Apply suitable corrosion protection agent to uncoated surfaces.
If the device must be stored for a long period (more than 6 months) the following
points must be observed in addition:
1.
Prior to storage:
Protect uncoated surfaces, in particular the output drive parts and mounting
surface, with long-term corrosion protection agent.
2. At an interval of approx. 6 months:
Check for corrosion. If first signs of corrosion show, apply new corrosion protection.
Plastic protective caps supplied when leaving the factory are for transport protection
only. They have to be replaced for long-term storage. (Heed protection type indicated
on name plate.)
3.3.
Packaging
Our products are protected by special packaging for transport when leaving the
factory. The packaging consists of environmentally friendly materials which can easily
be separated and recycled. We use the following packaging materials: wood,
cardboard, paper, and PE foil. For the disposal of the packaging material, we
recommend recycling and collection centres.
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Assembly
4.
Assembly
4.1.
Mounting position
AUMA actuators can be operated without restriction in any mounting position.
4.2.
Ball handle to handwheel: fit
To avoid damage during transport, the ball handle is fitted at the rear of the
handwheel.
Prior to commissioning, mount the ball handle into correct position:
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2.
Remove cap nut [1] and pull out ball handle [2].
Insert ball handle [2] in correct position and fasten with cap nut [1].
4.3.
Actuator: mount to valve
4.3.1.
Actuator for assembly: prepare
Prior to mounting, both valve and actuator must be in the same end position!
For butterfly valves, the recommended mounting position is end position
CLOSED.
For ball valves, the recommended mounting position is end position OPEN.
In compliance with the order, the actuator is supplied either in position CLOSED or
position OPEN. The mechanical position indicator supplies information on the set
position.
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If the actuator position was not modified and agrees with the valve position, the
actuator can be mounted in the supplied position.
In case the actuator is in an incorrect position:
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2.
Operate the actuator into the same position as the valve via push buttons OPEN,
STOP, CLOSE while in motor operation. For motor operation, please refer to
<Actuator operation at the local controls> chapter.
Should the electrical connection not be available at the time of assembly, the
actuator can be operated into the required end position using the handwheel.
2.1 Turn the handwheel or the crank handle until reaching the internal end
stop of part-turn actuator (same end position OPEN or CLOSED as valve).
2.2 Turn handwheel by approximately two turns (overrun) in the opposite direction.
After this procedure, the actuator can be mounted to the valve.
4.3.2.
Output drive for coupling
Application
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Assembly
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For valves with output drive types according to EN ISO 5211
Capable of withstanding thrust
The actuator is mounted to the valve using a coupling placed onto the valve
shaft.
Unbored couplings must be adapted and machined to match the valve shaft
prior to mounting (e.g. with bore and keyway, two-flat or square bore)
SGC 04.1 – SGC 12.1 / SGCR 04.1 – SGCR 12.1
Assembly
Figure 5: Coupling variants
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[2]
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Bore with keyway
Square bore
Bore with two-flats
Valve shaft
Output drive flange (size 12.1)
4.3.2.1. Mounting with coupling
Condition: Valve and actuator are in the same end position.
Figure 6: Coupling fitting dimensions
[1]
[2]
[3]
[4]
Coupling
Valve shaft
Grub screw
Screw
Table 2: Coupling fitting dimensions
Type, size - output mounting flange
SGC/SGCR 04.1-F07
SGC/SGCR 05.1-F07
SGC/SGCR 07.1-F07
SGC/SGCR 10.1-F10
SGC/SGCR 12.1-F12
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4.
5.
X max [mm]
2.5
2.5
2.5
3.5
5
Y max [mm]
6
6
6
10
10
Z max [mm]
40
40
50
60
62
Thoroughly degrease mounting faces of output mounting flanges.
Apply a small quantity of grease to the valve shaft [2].
Place coupling [1] onto valve shaft [2] and secure against axial slipping by using
a grub screw [3], a circlip or a screw [4]. Thereby, ensure that dimensions X, Y
or Z are observed (refer to figure and table <Coupling fitting dimensions>).
Apply non-acidic grease at splines of coupling.
Fit actuator.
Information: Ensure that the spigot (if provided) fits uniformly in the recess
and that the flanges are in complete contact.
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Assembly
6.
If flange bores do not match thread:
6.1 Slightly rotate handwheel until bores line up.
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6.2 If required, shift actuator position by one tooth on the coupling.
Fasten actuator with screws [4].
Information: We recommend applying liquid thread sealing material to the
screws to avoid contact corrosion.
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Fasten screws [4] crosswise with a torque according to table.
Table 3: Tightening torques for screws
Screws
Threads
M8
M10
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Tightening torque TA [Nm]
Strength class 8.8
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Electrical connection
5.
Electrical connection
5.1.
Basic information
Danger due to incorrect electrical connection
Failure to observe this warning can result in death, serious injury, or property damage.
→ The electrical connection must be carried out exclusively by suitably qualified
personnel.
→ Prior to connection, observe basic information contained in this chapter.
→ After connection but prior to applying the voltage, observe the <Commissioning>
and <Test run> chapters.
Wiring diagram/terminal
plan
Permissible networks
(supply networks)
Protection on site
The pertaining wiring diagram/terminal plan (both in German and English) is attached
to the device in a weather-proof bag, together with these operation instructions. It
can also be requested from AUMA (state order number, refer to name plate) or
downloaded directly from the Internet (http://www.auma.com).
The actuators are suitable for use in TN and TT networks with directly earthed star
point. Use in IT networks is permitted while observing the respective <Protection on
site>.
For short-circuit protection and for disconnecting the actuator from the mains, fuses
and disconnect switches have to be provided by the customer.
The current value for respective sizing is derived from the current consumption of
the actuator (refer to electrical data sheet).
The actuators are suitable for use in current circuits with a maximum short-circuit
1-phase AC current value of 5,000 A root-mean-square (R.M.S). The output data of
the fuses to be provided on site must not exceed the following values: 15 A/250 V
at a maximum mains current of 5,000 A AC.
Use appropriate insulation monitors when working in power installations, for example
an insulation monitor measuring the pulse code.
We recommend refraining from using residual current devices (RCD). However, if
an RCD is used within the mains, the residual current device must be of type B.
Power supply for the
controls (electronics)
Potential of customer
connections
Safety standards
In case of external supply of the controls (electronics): The external power supply
must have a reinforced insulation against the mains voltage in accordance with IEC
61800-5-1 and may only be supplied by a circuit limited to 150 VA in accordance
with IEC 61800-5-1.
All input signals (control) must be supplied with the same potential.
All output signals (status signals) must be supplied with the same potential.
All externally connected devices shall comply with the relevant safety standards.
All connected electric circuits shall comply with the requirements for protective
separation.
Cable installation in accordance with EMC
Signal and bus cables are susceptible to interference.
Motor cables are interference sources.
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Lay cables being susceptible to interference or sources of interference at the
highest possible distance from each other.
The interference immunity of signal and bus cables increases if the cables are
laid close to the earth potential.
If possible, avoid laying long cables and make sure that they are installed in
areas being subject to low interference.
Avoid long parallel paths with cables being either susceptible to interference or
interference sources.
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Electrical connection
For the connection of remote position transmitters, screened cables must be
used.
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Type of current, mains
voltage and mains frequency
Type of current, mains voltage and mains frequency must match the data on the
motor name plate.
Figure 7: Name plate (example)
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[2]
[3]
Connecting cables
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5.2.
Type of current
Mains voltage
Mains frequency (for 1-ph AC motors)
For device insulation, appropriate (voltage-proof) cables must be used. Specify
cables for the highest occurring rated voltage.
Use connecting cable with appropriate minimum rated temperature.
For connecting cables exposed to UV radiation (outdoor installation), use UV
resistant cables.
The cross-sectional area of every protective earthing conductor which does not
form not part of the supply cable or the cable enclosure, shall, in any case, not
be less than:
With mechanical protection: minimum 2.5 mm²
Without mechanical protection: minimum 4 mm²
Connection via screw-type connector
Figure 8: Arrangement of connections
[XK1] Power terminals (mains cables)
[XK2] Control contacts
Cross sections:
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Power terminals: 1.0 – 1.5 mm² flexible
Control contacts: 0.75 – 1.0 mm² flexible
Hazardous voltage at open connector (capacitor discharge)!
Risk of electric shock.
→ After disconnecting the power supply (removing connector for power terminals),
wait at least 5 seconds before touching the pins/sockets.
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Electrical connection
For version with local controls on wall bracket (option):
Risk of damage to actuator electronics or DCS due to inadvertent exchanging
of connectors!
→ Do NOT connect 19-pin signal plug (from DCS) for control contacts [XK2] to
socket for local controls on wall bracket.
5.2.1.
Cable connection
Observe prior to connection
Observe permissible cross sections of connectors used.
Use suitable crimping tools to connect wires:
For screw-type connectors:
e.g. Phoenix 4-arbor crimping pliers
For bayonet connectors:
e.g. Cannon four indent crimping tool
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Observe operation instructions of the connector manufacturer.
Upon request, AUMA provide suitable connection sets.
For further information refer to separate "Technical data Connector".
Use in Ex zone 22 is only possible with straight single connectors and protective
sleeves.
Figure 9: Fitting the protective sleeve (option)
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Steps
1.
Connect cables according to order-related wiring diagram.
In case of a fault: Hazardous voltage while protective earth conductor is NOT
connected!
Risk of electric shock.
→ Connect all protective earth conductors.
→ Connect PE connection to external protective earth conductor of connecting
cables.
→ Start running the device only after having connected the protective earth conductor.
2.
Connect protective earth conductor according to wiring diagram, symbol:
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Electrical connection
5.3.
Connection via bayonet connector
Figure 10: Arrangement of connections
[XK1] Power terminals (mains cables)
[XK2] Control contacts
Cross sections:
Power terminals: max. 1.5 mm² flexible
Control contacts: max. 1.5 mm² flexible
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Hazardous voltage at open connector (capacitor discharge)!
Risk of electric shock.
→ After disconnecting the power supply (removing connector for power terminals),
wait at least 5 seconds before touching the pins/sockets.
5.3.1.
Cable connection
Observe prior to connection
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Steps
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1.
Observe permissible cross sections of connectors used.
Use suitable crimping tools to connect wires:
For screw-type connectors:
e.g. Phoenix 4-arbor crimping pliers
For bayonet connectors:
e.g. Cannon four indent crimping tool
Observe operation instructions of the connector manufacturer.
Upon request, AUMA provide suitable connection sets.
For further information refer to separate "Technical data Connector".
Use in Ex zone 22 is only possible with straight single connectors and protective
sleeves.
Figure 11: Fitting the protective sleeve (option)
Connect cables according to order-related wiring diagram.
SGC 04.1 – SGC 12.1 / SGCR 04.1 – SGCR 12.1
Electrical connection
In case of a fault: Hazardous voltage while protective earth conductor is NOT
connected!
Risk of electric shock.
→ Connect all protective earth conductors.
→ Connect PE connection to external protective earth conductor of connecting
cables.
→ Start running the device only after having connected the protective earth conductor.
2.
5.4.
Connect protective earth conductor according to wiring diagram, symbol:
.
Connection with AUMA plug/socket connector
Figure 12: Connection with AUMA plug/socket connector
Cross sections AUMA plug/socket connector:
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5.4.1.
Power terminals (U1, V1, W1, U2, V2, W2): max. 6 mm² flexible/10 mm² solid
PE connection : max. 6 mm² flexible/10 mm² solid
Control contacts (1 to 50): max. 2.5 mm²
Terminal compartment: open
Figure 13: Connection AUMA plug/socket connector, version S
[1]
[2]
[3]
[4]
[5]
[6]
[7]
[8]
Cover
Screws for cover
O-ring
Screws for socket carrier
Socket carrier
Cable entry
Blanking plugs
Cable gland (not included in delivery)
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SGC 04.1 – SGC 12.1 / SGCR 04.1 – SGCR 12.1
Electrical connection
Hazardous voltage!
Risk of electric shock.
→ Disconnect device from the mains before opening.
5.4.2.
1.
2.
3.
Loosen screws [2] and remove cover [1].
Loosen screws [4] and remove socket carrier [5] from cover [1].
Insert cable glands [8] suitable for connecting cables.
➥
The enclosure protection IP… stated on the name plate is only ensured if suitable cable glands are used.
4.
5.
Seal unused cable entries [6] with suitable blanking plugs [7].
Insert the cables into the cable glands [8].
Cable connection
✔ Observe permissible cross sections.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Remove cable sheathing.
Strip wires.
For flexible cables: Use end sleeves according to DIN 46228.
Connect cables according to order-related wiring diagram.
In case of a fault: Hazardous voltage while protective earth conductor is NOT
connected!
Risk of electric shock.
→ Connect all protective earth conductors.
→ Connect PE connection to external protective earth conductor of connecting
cables.
→ Start running the device only after having connected the protective earth conductor.
5.
Tighten PE conductors firmly to PE connection using ring lugs (flexible cables)
or loops (rigid cables).
Figure 14: PE connection
[1]
[2]
[3]
[4]
[5]
[6]
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Socket carrier
Screw
Washer
Lock washer
Protective earth with ring lugs/loops
PE connection, symbol:
SGC 04.1 – SGC 12.1 / SGCR 04.1 – SGCR 12.1
Electrical connection
5.4.3.
Terminal compartment: close
Figure 15: Example: Version S
[1]
[2]
[3]
[4]
[5]
[6]
[7]
[8]
Cover
Screws for cover
O-ring
Screws for socket carrier
Socket carrier
Cable entry
Blanking plugs
Cable gland (not included in delivery)
Short-circuit due to pinching of cables!
Risk of electric shock and functional failures.
→ Carefully fit socket carrier to avoid pinching the cables.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
5.5.
Insert the socket carrier [5] into the cover [1] and fasten with screws [4].
Clean sealing faces of cover [1] and housing.
Check whether O-ring [3] is in good condition, replace if damaged.
Apply a thin film of non-acidic grease (e.g. petroleum jelly) to the O-ring and
insert it correctly.
Fit cover [1] and fasten screws [2] evenly crosswise.
Fasten cable glands [8] applying the specified torque to ensure the required
enclosure protection.
Earth connection, external
The housing is equipped with an external earth connection (U-bracket) to integrate
the device in equipotential earth bonding.
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SGC 04.1 – SGC 12.1 / SGCR 04.1 – SGCR 12.1
Electrical connection
Figure 16: Earth connection
Earth connection (U-bracket), external
5.6.
Accessories for electrical connection
5.6.1.
Local controls mounted on wall bracket
— Option —
The wall bracket allows separate mounting of local controls and actuator.
Application
If the actuator cannot be accessed safely.
Figure 17: Actuator with local controls on wall bracket
[1]
[2]
[3]
Observe prior to connection
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Information
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Wall bracket
Local controls
Phoenix connector with connecting cable
Permissible length of connecting cables: max. 30 m.
We recommend: AUMA cable set K008.218 (5 m).
A retrofit kit is available for actuators without wall bracket.
Local controls on wall bracket are not approved for use in Ex zone 22.
Establish cable connection via plug/socket connector as illustrated.
Do NOT connect 19-pin signal plug (from DCS) to socket for local controls on wall
bracket.
SGC 04.1 – SGC 12.1 / SGCR 04.1 – SGCR 12.1
Indications
6.
Indications
6.1.
Mechanical position indicator/running indication
Mechanical position indicator:
Continuously indicates the valve position
(For a swing angle of 90°, the indicator disc [2] rotates by approximately 90°.)
Indicates whether the actuator is running (running indication)
Indicates that the end positions are reached (via indicator mark [3])
Figure 18: Mechanical position indicator
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[1]
[2]
[3]
[4]
[5]
6.2.
Cover
Indicator disc
Mark
Symbol for position OPEN
Symbol for position CLOSED
Indication lights
Figure 19: Indication lights on local controls
[1]
[2]
Indication light OPEN/warning/fault (green/yellow/red)
Indication light CLOSE/LOCAL/set end position (yellow/blue)
Table 4: Indication light [1] (default setting)
Colour/state
Signification
illuminated in
OPEN
green
blinking in yellow Warning
blinking in red
Fault
Description
Actuator is in end position OPEN.
Stroke between selected end positions (OPEN/CLOSED)
is below the preset minimum stroke (factory setting 60 %
of maximum rotation). Refer to <Corrective action>
chapter.
The number of blinking signals indicates the number of
fault signal. Refer to <Corrective action> chapter.
Table 5: Indication light [2] (default setting)
Colour/state
Signification
illuminated in yel- CLOSE
low
Description
Actuator is in end position CLOSED.
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SGC 04.1 – SGC 12.1 / SGCR 04.1 – SGCR 12.1
Indications
Colour/state
blinking in blue
(1 Hz)
blinking in blue
(5 Hz)
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Signification
LOCAL
Description
Operation mode LOCAL is active. The actuator can be
operated via push buttons.
Set end position Setting mode for end position setting is active.
SGC 04.1 – SGC 12.1 / SGCR 04.1 – SGCR 12.1
Signals
7.
Signals
7.1.
Output contacts (binary)
The integral controls are equipped with 4 semiconductor output contacts.
Rated power: 24 V DC, 1A
Switches: 1 NO (standard)
Default values:
Designation of output contacts in
wiring diagram
K 1 = End position CLOSED
K 2 = End position OPEN
K 3 = Fault
K 4 = (Selector switch) REMOTE
7.2.
Designation of output contact in AUMA CDT software
Signal DOUT 1 = End position CLOSED
Signal DOUT 2 = End position OPEN
Signal DOUT 3 = Fault
Signal DOUT 4 = Selector sw. REMOTE
Analogue signals
— Option —
Valve position
Signal: E2 = 0/4 – 20 mA (galvanically isolated)
Designation in the wiring diagram:
ANOUT1 (position)
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SGC 04.1 – SGC 12.1 / SGCR 04.1 – SGCR 12.1
Operation
8.
Operation
8.1.
Manual operation
For purposes of setting and commissioning, in case of motor failure or power failure,
the actuator may be operated manually.
The handwheel does not rotate during motor operation. Change-over from motor
operation to manual operation is not required.
Information
8.2.
1.
Close valve: Turn crank handle/handwheel clockwise.
➥
2.
Drive shaft (valve) turns clockwise in direction CLOSE.
➥
Drive shaft (valve) turns counterclockwise in direction OPEN.
Open valve: Turn crank handle/handwheel counterclockwise.
Turning the handwheel during motor operation extends or reduces the operating
time, depending on the direction of rotation.
Motor operation
✔ Perform all commissioning settings and the test run prior to motor operation.
8.2.1.
Local actuator operation
The actuator can be locally operated by means of push buttons.
Figure 20: Local controls
[1]
[2]
[3]
[4]
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Push button OPEN
Push button STOP - operation mode LOCAL/REMOTE
Push button CLOSE
Indication light for operation mode LOCAL (blue)
SGC 04.1 – SGC 12.1 / SGCR 04.1 – SGCR 12.1
Operation
Hot surfaces, e.g. possibly caused by high ambient temperatures or strong
direct sunlight!
Danger of burns
→ Check surface temperature and wear protective gloves, if required.
Activate operation mode LOCAL:
→ Hold down push button [2] for approx. 3 seconds until the indication light [4] is
blinking in blue.
Information
➥
If the right indication light is blinking in blue, the actuator can be operated via
push buttons [1 – 3]:
-
Run actuator in direction OPEN: Press push button OPEN [1].
Stop actuator: Press push button STOP [2].
Run actuator in direction CLOSE: Press push button CLOSE [3].
OPEN - CLOSE operation commands can be given either in push-to-run or in selfretaining operation mode. In self-retaining mode, the actuator runs to the defined
end position after pressing the button, unless another command has been received
beforehand.
Push-to-run operation or self-retaining is set via the controls software. Refer to
<AUMA CDT software (accessories)> chapter. It is possible to temporarily (for one
operation command) activate self-retaining by means of the push buttons:
→ Press and hold down push buttons OPEN [1] or CLOSE [3] for more than 3
seconds.
During this procedure, self-retaining is not saved. The setting programmed within
the software is taken over for the subsequent operation command.
8.2.2.
Actuator operation from remote
Operation mode Remote can be activated via local controls.
Figure 21: Local controls
[2]
[4]
Operation mode LOCAL/REMOTE
Indication light for operation mode LOCAL (blue)
Activate operation mode Remote by means of local controls:
→ If indication light [4] is blinking in blue: Hold down push button [2] for approx. 3
seconds until the blue indication light goes out.
➥
Now, it is possible to operate the actuator via remote control, via operation
commands (OPEN, STOP, CLOSE) or analogue setpoints (e.g. 0/4 – 20 mA).
Change-over between OPEN - CLOSE control and setpoint control:
For actuators equipped with a positioner, it is possible to select between OPEN CLOSE control (REMOTE OPEN-CLOSE) and setpoint control (REMOTE
SETPOINT).
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SGC 04.1 – SGC 12.1 / SGCR 04.1 – SGCR 12.1
Operation
MODE input: + 24 V DC = REMOTE OPEN-CLOSE
Control is made via digital operation commands OPEN, STOP, CLOSE.
MODE input: 0 V (or input open-circuit) = REMOTE SETPOINT
Control takes place via an analogue signal (e.g. 0/4 – 20 mA).
EMERGENCY operation:
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An EMERGENCY operation is initiated by a signal at the EMERGENCY input.
The actuator moves to a predefined EMERGENCY position (i.e. end position
OPEN or end position CLOSED).
During EMERGENCY operation, the actuator does not react on other operation
commands such as Fieldbus/OPEN/Fieldbus/CLOSE or Fieldbus SETPOINT.
SGC 04.1 – SGC 12.1 / SGCR 04.1 – SGCR 12.1
Commissioning (basic settings of controls)
9.
Commissioning (basic settings of controls)
To prevent valve damage and disturbances during commissioning, the basic settings
of controls must be verified prior to electrical actuator operation (motor operation)
and adapted in compliance with the requirements of both valve and application.
Basic settings of controls comprise:
Setting the type of seating
Setting the torque switches
Setting the operating time
To perform basic settings, proceed as follows:
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1.
via switches (directly at the device);
For switch setting, open controls cover.
2. via AUMA CDT software (accessories);
By connecting a PC, laptop or PDA.
Also refer to <AUMA CDT software (accessories)> chapter.
Please also refer to <AUMA CDT software (accessories)> chapter for further settings.
9.1.
Cover to controls: open
The cover to the integral controls must be opened to perform the following settings
(options).
Hazardous voltage!
Risk of electric shock.
→ Disconnect device from the mains before opening.
→ Loosen 4 screws and remove cover [1] to controls.
9.2.
Setting via hardware (switches) or via software
The switch [S5] position determines whether the hardware settings (switches) or the
software settings (via AUMA CDT software) are currently active.
Figure 22: Switch [S5] = Hardware/software mode
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SGC 04.1 – SGC 12.1 / SGCR 04.1 – SGCR 12.1
Commissioning (basic settings of controls)
Table 6: Switch [S5] functions
OFF
ON
9.3.
Hardware mode (factory setting on delivery)
Settings of switches [S2] through [S4] and [S6] through [S10] are valid.
The values cannot be changed via AUMA CDT software.
Software mode (sliding switch at white dot)
Settings of switches [S2] through [S4] and [S6] through [S10] are NOT
relevant. Settings are defined via software parameters.
Type of seating: set
Valve damage due to incorrect setting!
→ The type of seating must suit the valve.
→ Only change the setting with the consent of the valve manufacturer.
Setting via switches
Condition: Switch [S5] in position OFF (hardware mode).
Figure 23: Switches for type of seating
[S9] End position OPEN
[S10] End position CLOSED
Table 7: Function of switches [S9], [S10]
ON
Limit seating, sliding switch at white dot
OFF
Torque seating
Setting via software parameters (AUMA CDT)
Condition: Switch [S5] is in position ON (software mode).
Setting parameters
Customer settings
Type of seating
End position CLOSED
End position OPEN
Default value: Limit
Setting values:
Limit
Torque
30
Limit seating in end positions.
Torque seating in end positions.
SGC 04.1 – SGC 12.1 / SGCR 04.1 – SGCR 12.1
Commissioning (basic settings of controls)
9.4.
Torque switching: set
Valve damage due to excessive tripping torque limit setting!
→ The tripping torque must suit the valve.
→ Only change the setting with the consent of the valve manufacturer.
Once the set tripping torque is reached, the controls automatically switch off the
actuator (overload protection of the valve).
Setting via switches
Condition: Switch [S5] is in position OFF (hardware mode).
Figure 24: Switches for tripping torque
[S6]
[S7]
Tripping torque in direction OPEN
Tripping torque in direction CLOSE
Default value: depending on the order
Setting range: in 8 steps (refer to tables), linear from 40 – 100 % of the maximum
tripping torque.
Table 8:
Switch steps
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
SGC/SGCR
04.1
25
25
30
35
40
45
50
55
63
63
Tripping torques [Nm]
SGC/SGCR SGC/SGCR SGC/SGCR
05.1
07.1
10.1
50
100
200
50
100
200
60
120
240
70
140
280
80
160
320
90
180
360
100
200
400
110
220
440
125
250
500
125
250
500
SGC/SGCR
12.1
400
400
500
550
650
700
800
900
1,000
1,000
Setting via software parameters (AUMA CDT)
Condition: Switch [S5] is in position ON (software mode).
Setting parameters
Customer settings
Torque switching
Tripping torque CLOSE (S7)
Tripping torque OPEN (S6)
Default value: depending on the order
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SGC 04.1 – SGC 12.1 / SGCR 04.1 – SGCR 12.1
Commissioning (basic settings of controls)
Setting ranges: adjustable between 40 – 100 % of the maximum tripping torque
9.5.
Operating time: set
Operating time is defined by the motor speed.
Setting via switches
Switch [S8] is used to change the motor speed and thus the actuator operating time.
The preset operating time is valid for both operation modes (Local and Remote).
Condition: Switch [S5] is in position OFF (hardware mode).
Figure 25: Switch for operating time
[S8]
Operating time
Default value: depending on the order
Setting range: 9 steps (refer to table)
Table 9:
Switch [S8]
Step
1)
Operating times for 90° in [s]
SGC/SGCR 10.1
SGC/SGCR 12.1
1
SGC/SGCR
04.1/05.1/07.1
631)
901)
275
2
451)
631)
206
3
321)
451)
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
22
16
11
8
5.6
4
32
22
16
11
8
5.6
impermissible switch position
150
103
75
52
41
30
20
Motor is operating in stepping mode
Setting via software parameters (AUMA CDT)
Motor speed and thus actuator operating time can be modified by means of the
software parameters described below. Contrary to operating time setting using switch
[S8], setting via software parameter offers the following additional possibilities:
Different motor speeds for operation modes Local and Remote
Adjustable motor speed setting (operating times)
Motor speed setting (target speed) for operation mode Remote by an external
signal (0/4 – 20 mA) via analogue input AIN 1
Setting parameters
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Condition: Switch [S5] is in position ON (software mode).
Device configuration
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SGC 04.1 – SGC 12.1 / SGCR 04.1 – SGCR 12.1
Commissioning (basic settings of controls)
Motor speed
Speed LOCAL
Speed REMOTE
Speed I/O interface
Description of parameters:
Speed LOCAL
Output speed for operation via local controls (operation mode Local); Setting range:
linear between 0 – 100 % of max. motor speed; Default value = 50.0 %
Speed REMOTE
Output speed in operation mode Remote for setting the Speed I/O interface = Internal
parameter; Setting range: linear between 0 – 100 % (0 % = min. motor speed, 100
% = max. motor speed); Default value = 50.0 %
Speed I/O interface
= External
In operation mode Remote, the output speed is defined via analogue input AIN (0/4
– 20 mA).
= Internal
In operation mode Remote, the output speed is not defined via analogue input AIN
1 but via the Speed REMOTE software parameter.
Table 10: Example values of type range settings SGC/SGCR 04.1/05.1/07.1
Output speed via parameter:
Speed LOCAL
Speed REMOTE
0.0 %
9.0 %
14.0 %
23.0 %
34.0 %
52.0 %
75.0 %
100.0 %
Output speed via AIN1
(Speed I/O interface = External)
0 – 20 mA
4 – 20 mA
0.0
4.0
1.7
5.4
2.8
6.3
4.7
7.7
6.9
9.5
10.4
12.3
15.0
16.0
20.0
20.0
Speed
Motor
[rpm]
Operating time
Output drive
[s]
133
314
431
627
863
1,232
1,725
2,250
52
22
16
11
8
5.6
4
3.1
Table 11: Example values of type range settings SGC/SGCR 10.1
Output speed via parameter:
Speed LOCAL
Speed REMOTE
0.0 %
10.0 %
17.0 %
26.0 %
40.0 %
57.0 %
85.0 %
100.0 %
Output speed via AIN1
(Speed I/O interface = External)
0 – 20 mA
4 – 20 mA
0.0
4.0
1.9
5.5
3.4
6.7
5.1
8.1
8.0
10.4
11.5
13.2
17.0
17.6
20.0
20.0
Speed
Motor
[rpm]
Operating time
Output drive
[s]
133
338
491
675
928
1,350
1,929
2,250
81
32
22
16
11
8
5.6
4.8
Speed
Motor
[rpm]
Operating time
Output drive
[s]
133
186
255
371
510
742
275
206
150
103
75
52
Table 12: Example values of type range settings SGC/SGCR 12.1
Output speed via parameter:
Speed LOCAL
Speed REMOTE
0.0 %
2.0 %
6.0 %
11.0 %
18.0 %
29.0 %
Output speed via AIN1
(Speed I/O interface = External)
0 – 20 mA
4 – 20 mA
0.0
4.0
0.5
4.4
1.2
4.9
2.3
5.8
3.6
6.9
5.8
8.6
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SGC 04.1 – SGC 12.1 / SGCR 04.1 – SGCR 12.1
Commissioning (basic settings of controls)
Output speed via parameter:
Speed LOCAL
Speed REMOTE
Output speed via AIN1
(Speed I/O interface = External)
0 – 20 mA
4 – 20 mA
7.5
10.0
11.0
12.8
16.3
17.0
20.0
20.0
38.0 %
55.0 %
81.0 %
100.0 %
9.6.
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Speed
Motor
[rpm]
Operating time
Output drive
[s]
928
1,299
1,856
2,250
41
30
20
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Cover to controls: close
1.
2.
3.
4.
Clean sealing faces of housing and cover.
Apply a thin film of non-acidic grease (e.g. petroleum jelly) to the sealing faces.
Check whether seal is in good condition, replace seal if damaged.
Apply a thin film of non-acidic grease (e.g. petroleum jelly) to the seal and insert
it correctly.
5.
6.
Place cover [1].
Fasten screws evenly crosswise.
SGC 04.1 – SGC 12.1 / SGCR 04.1 – SGCR 12.1
Commissioning (basic settings at actuator)
10.
Commissioning (basic settings at actuator)
10.1.
End stops in part-turn actuator
The internal end stops limit the swing angle. They protect the valve in the event of
limit switching failure.
End stop setting is generally performed by the valve manufacturer prior to installing
the valve into the pipework.
Exposed, rotating parts (discs/balls) at the valve!
Pinching and damage by valve or actuator.
→ End stops may be set by suitably qualified personnel only.
→ Never completely remove the setting screws [2] and [4] to avoid oil leakage.
→ Observe dimension Tmin.
Information
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The swing angle set in the factory is indicated on the name plate:
The setting sequence depends on the valve:
Recommendations for butterfly valves: Set end stop CLOSED first.
Recommendations for ball valves: Set end stop OPEN first.
Figure 26: End stop, sizes SGC 04.1 – 10.1
[1]
[2]
[3]
[4]
Screw plug for end stop OPEN
Setting screw for end stop OPEN
Screw plug for end stop CLOSED
Setting screw for end stop CLOSED
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SGC 04.1 – SGC 12.1 / SGCR 04.1 – SGCR 12.1
Commissioning (basic settings at actuator)
Figure 27: End stop, size SGC 12.1
[1]
[2]
[3]
[4]
Screw plug for end stop OPEN
Setting screw for end stop OPEN
Screw plug for end stop CLOSED
Setting screw for end stop CLOSED
Dimensions/sizes
T (for 90°)
[mm]
Tmin. [mm]
10.1.1.
04.1
05.1
07.1
10.1
12.1
13
13
16
19
23
9
9
9
9
13
End stop CLOSED: set
1.
2.
3.
4.
Remove screw plug [3].
Move valve to end position CLOSED with handwheel.
If the valve end position is not reached:
→
Slightly turn setting screw [4] counterclockwise until valve end position
CLOSED can be safely set.
➥
Turning the setting screw [4] clockwise results in a smaller swing angle.
➥
Turning the setting screw [4] counterclockwise results in a larger swing
angle.
Turn setting screw [4] clockwise to the stop.
➥ This completes the setting of end stop CLOSED.
5. Check O-ring in screw plug [3] and replace if damaged.
6. Fasten and tighten screw plug [3].
Having completed this procedure, the end position detection CLOSED can be set
immediately.
10.1.2.
End stop OPEN: set
Information
In general, the end stop OPEN does not have to be set.
1.
2.
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Remove screw plug [1].
Move valve to end position OPEN with handwheel.
SGC 04.1 – SGC 12.1 / SGCR 04.1 – SGCR 12.1
Commissioning (basic settings at actuator)
3.
4.
If the valve end position is not reached:
→
Slightly turn setting screw [2] counterclockwise until valve end position
OPEN can be safely set.
➥
Turning the setting screw [2] clockwise results in a smaller swing angle.
➥
Turning the setting screw [2] counterclockwise results in a larger swing
angle.
Turn setting screw [2] clockwise to the stop.
➥ This completes the setting of end stop OPEN.
5. Check O-ring in screw plug [3] and replace if damaged.
6. Fasten and tighten screw plug [1].
Having completed this procedure, the end position detection OPEN can be set
immediately.
10.2.
10.3.
End position detection: verify setting
1.
Activate operation mode LOCAL:
→
If indication light [4] is blinking in blue: Operation mode LOCAL is
already active.
→
Indication light [4] is NOT blinking in blue: → Hold down push button
[2] for approx. 3 seconds until the indication light is blinking in blue.
➥
The actuator can be operated using the push buttons [1 – 3]:
2.
Operate actuator using push buttons OPEN, STOP, CLOSE.
➥
-
The end position detection is set correctly if (default indication):
➥
3.
The end position detection is set incorrectly, if:
the right indication light [3] is illuminated in yellow in end position CLOSED
the left indication light [1] is illuminated in green in end position OPEN
the indication lights go out after travelling into opposite direction.
the actuator comes to a standstill before reaching the end position
the left indication light is blinking in red
If the end position setting is incorrect or not precise: <End position detection:
set again via local controls>.
End position detection: set again via local controls
Operation mode LOCAL must be activated for end position setting.
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SGC 04.1 – SGC 12.1 / SGCR 04.1 – SGCR 12.1
Commissioning (basic settings at actuator)
Activate operation mode LOCAL:
→ Hold down push button [2] for approx. 3 seconds until right indication light is
blinking in blue.
Information
10.3.1.
If the local controls are not provided on site, it is possible to connect an external
control module. The setting is then performed in the same way as described below.
End position CLOSED: set again
Activate setting mode "end position setting":
1.
Press push button [2] – hold down and press push buttons [1] and [3] at the
same time.
➥
Now, the right indication light is blinking faster (5 Hz).
Set end position CLOSED:
2.
3.
➥
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Use crank handle/handwheel or push button [3] for running the actuator to end
position CLOSED. (Actuator runs at reduced output speed in setting mode.)
Press push button [2] – hold it down and press push button [3]. Hold both push
buttons down until the right indication light is blinking alternately in yellow and
blue (default).
If the right indication light is blinking in yellow/blue, end position CLOSED setting
is complete.
SGC 04.1 – SGC 12.1 / SGCR 04.1 – SGCR 12.1
Commissioning (basic settings at actuator)
10.3.2.
End position OPEN: set again
Activate setting mode "end position setting":
1.
Press push button [2] – hold down and press push buttons [1] and [3] at the
same time.
➥
Now, the right indication light is blinking faster (5 Hz).
Set end position OPEN:
2.
3.
➥
Use crank handle/handwheel or push button [1] for running actuator to end
position OPEN. (Actuator runs at reduced output speed in setting mode.)
Press push button [2] – hold it down and press push button [1]. Hold both push
buttons down until the left indication light is blinking in green (default).
Once the left indication light is illuminated in green (default), end position OPEN
setting is complete.
4.
Once both end positions are set, perform a reference operation, i.e. both end
positions must be approached again – either via push buttons [1]/[3] (in operation
mode Local) or from Remote (deactivate operation mode Local).
Deactivate operation mode Local:
5.
Hold down push button [2] for approx. 3 seconds until blue indication light goes
out.
➥
-
Now, the actuator can be controlled from Remote:
10.4.
via operation commands (OPEN - STOP - CLOSE) in positions OPEN or
CLOSED.
as an option via setpoint indication (e.g. 0/4 – 20 mA) in defined positions
between 0 % and 100 % of setting range.
Switch compartment: open
The switch compartment must be opened to perform the following settings (options).
→ Loosen screws [2] and remove cover [1] from the switch compartment.
Figure 28:
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SGC 04.1 – SGC 12.1 / SGCR 04.1 – SGCR 12.1
Commissioning (basic settings at actuator)
10.5.
Mechanical position indicator: set
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Move valve to end position CLOSED.
Turn lower indicator disc until symbol
mark on the cover.
(CLOSED) is in alignment with the
Move actuator to end position OPEN.
Hold lower indicator disc in position and turn upper disc with symbol
until it is in alignment with the mark on the cover.
Move valve to end position CLOSED again.
Check settings:
If the symbol
(CLOSED) s no longer in alignment with
→ Repeat setting procedure.
10.6.
mark on the cover:
Switch compartment: close
1.
2.
3.
4.
Clean sealing faces of housing and cover.
Apply a thin film of non-acidic grease (e.g. petroleum jelly) to the sealing faces.
Check whether O-ring [3] is in good condition, replace if damaged.
Apply a thin film of non-acidic grease (e.g. petroleum jelly) to the O-ring and
insert it correctly.
➥
5.
6.
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(OPEN)
Place cover [1] on switch compartment.
Fasten screws [2] evenly crosswise.
SGC 04.1 – SGC 12.1 / SGCR 04.1 – SGCR 12.1
AUMA CDT software (accessories)
11.
AUMA CDT software (accessories)
The AUMA CDT software (accessories) can be used to establish a connection to a
computer (PC, laptop or PDA).
It can be downloaded free of charge from our web site www.auma.com.
Figure 29: Connection with service cable
For connecting the computer to the integral actuator controls, a service cable (AUMA
article no.: Z100.999) is required.
Read/perform basic settings via AUMA CDT
Basic settings at the device (in controls) made via switches are read only via AUMA
CDT on delivery and cannot be modified. To be able to change these parameters
via software, position switch [S5] in controls to "Software mode". Refer to <Settings
via hardware (switches) or via software> chapter.
Switches and software parameters are set to the same values upon delivery (factory
settings).
Further settings via AUMA CDT
Apart from basic settings, the following functions may additionally be set via AUMA
CDT software:
Torque by-pass
Allows suspending torque monitoring at actuator start-up. Duration for torque
by-pass is adjustable.
Electronic positioner (option)
Failure behaviour (on loss of signal)
EMERGENCY behaviour (option)
Timer function (option)
Motion detector
Type of duty monitoring (motor starts and running time)
Operating time monitoring
Self-retaining local
For detailed information on these functions, refer to the online help of the AUMA
CDT software.
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●
●
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SGC 04.1 – SGC 12.1 / SGCR 04.1 – SGCR 12.1
Corrective action
12.
Corrective action
12.1.
Fault indications and warning indications
Faults interrupt or prevent the electrical actuator operation.
Faults and warnings can be signalled via the two output contacts and/or via the local
controls.
Should local controls be available, the fault and warning signals are indicated by the
left indication light [1].
Figure 30: Fault indications and RESET
[1]
[2]
Red indication light: Fault, yellow: Warning
Push button RESET
In operation mode LOCAL (right indication light is blinking in blue), stored faults
(cause does no longer exist), may be reset using the push button RESET [2] (hold
it down for more than 1 second).
The tables below show the fault signalling via the indication lights of the local controls.
Table 13: Fault signalling via the red indication light
Indication
1 blink
Signal
Fault indication 1
2 blinks
Fault indication 2
3 blinks
4 blinks
Fault indication 3
Fault indication 4
5 blinks
Fault indication 5
6 blinks
Fault indication 6
7 blinks
8 blinks
Fault indication 7
Fault indication 8
9 blinks
Fault indication 9
Signification (default)
Torque fault
→ Press push buttons OPEN or CLOSE to reset the fault (indication light) by operating the
device in the opposite direction.
Thermal fault (motor protection tripped)
→ Cool down, wait.
Signal loss of analogue input (4 – 20 mA)
Operation mode DISABLED: Operation via the
local controls is disabled (Enable local controls
function).
Fault E2 (actual value of positioner)
→ Check wiring (for possible loss of signal) of
E2.
→ Read detailed fault indication via AUMA
CDT software (accessories).
Actuator is outside the permissible position
(potentiometer signal).
→ Set potentiometer again.
Fault of controls temperature
Collective signal: Internal error has occurred.
→ Read detailed fault indication via AUMA
CDT software (accessories) and contact
AUMA service.
Collective signal for all other faults
In case several faults have occurred, only the fault with the highest priority will be
signalled. Fault indication 1 has the highest, fault indication 9 the lowest priority.
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SGC 04.1 – SGC 12.1 / SGCR 04.1 – SGCR 12.1
Corrective action
Table 14: Warning signalling via yellow indication light
Indication
Blinking
12.2.
Fuses
12.2.1.
Fuses within the actuator controls
Signal
Warning
Signification (default)
For reasons of accuracy, we recommend selection of the stroke higher than 60 % of the
maximum turn range.
→ Abort warning: Set again Low limit Uspan
parameter via AUMA CDT software within the
Position transmitter potentiometer sub-menu.
The primary fuse F1 is located on the power board (device protection fuse). It
becomes visible when removing the cover to the controls. The fuse cannot be
replaced. Only by replacing the entire power board can the fuse be exchanged.
Hazardous voltage!
Risk of electric shock.
→ Disconnect device from the mains before opening.
Figure 31: Primary fuse on power board
12.2.2.
Motor protection (thermal monitoring)
In order to protect against overheating and impermissible high surface temperatures
at the actuator, a PTC thermistor is embedded in the motor winding. Motor protection
trips as soon as the max. permissible winding temperature has been reached.
The actuator is stopped and controls signals a fault. The left indication light of the
local controls is blinking in red.
The motor has to cool down before operation can be resumed.
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SGC 04.1 – SGC 12.1 / SGCR 04.1 – SGCR 12.1
Servicing and maintenance
13.
Servicing and maintenance
Damage caused by inappropriate maintenance!
→ Servicing and maintenance must be carried out exclusively by suitably qualified
personnel having been authorised by the end user or the contractor of the plant.
Therefore, we recommend contacting our service.
→ Only perform servicing and maintenance tasks when the device is switched off.
AUMA
Service & Support
13.1.
AUMA offer extensive service such as servicing and maintenance as well as customer
product training. For the relevant contact addresses, please refer to <Addresses>
in this document or to the Internet (www.auma.com).
Preventive measures for servicing and safe operation
The following measures are required to ensure safe device operation:
6 months after commissioning and then every year
●
●
Check fastening screws between actuator and gearbox/valve for tightness. If
required, fasten screws while applying the tightening torques as indicated in
chapter <Assembly>.
When rarely operated: Perform test run.
For enclosure protection IP68
After continuous immersion:
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●
13.2.
Check actuator.
In case of ingress of water, locate leaks and repair, dry device correctly and
check for proper function.
Maintenance
Maintenance intervals
The maintenance intervals depend on load and application conditions having a major
influence on the lubricating characteristics of the oil. Maintenance (incl. oil change/seal
replacement) may only be carried out by the AUMA service.
Recommendations for maintenance:
Generally after 4 to 6 years for modulating duty.
Generally after 6 to 8 years if operated frequently (open-close duty).
Generally after 10 to 12 years if operated rarely (open-close duty).
No additional lubrication of the gear housing is required during operation.
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13.3.
Disposal and recycling
Our devices have a long lifetime. However, they have to be replaced at one point in
time. The devices have a modular design and may, therefore, easily be separated
and sorted according to materials used, i.e.:
electronic scrap
various metals
plastics
greases and oils
The following generally applies:
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●
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Greases and oils are hazardous to water and must not be released into the
environment.
Arrange for controlled waste disposal of the disassembled material or for separate recycling according to materials.
Observe the national regulations for waste disposal.
SGC 04.1 – SGC 12.1 / SGCR 04.1 – SGCR 12.1
Technical data Part-turn actuator
14.
Technical data Part-turn actuator
Type
Operating
Torque range Run torque1)/ Valve attachtime for 90° in
ment
modulating
seconds
torque2)
(adjustable in
9 steps)
SGC/
SGCR
04.1
05.1
07.1
10.1
12.1
1)
2)
3)
50 Hz/60 Hz
4 – 63
4 – 63
4 – 63
5.6 – 90
20 – 275
Max.
[Nm]
25 – 63
50 – 125
100 – 250
200 – 500
400 – 1 000
Valve shaft
Cyl. Square TwoStandard
[mm] [mm] flat
EN ISO 5211
[mm]
F05/F07
20
17
17
F05/F07
20
17
17
F07
25.4
22
22
F10
38
30
27
F12
50
36
41
Max.
[Nm]
32
63
125
250
500
Handwheel
∅
[mm]
100
100
125
160
125
Turns
for 90°
13.5
13.5
13.5
13.5
35
Weight3)
approx.
[kg]
7.0
7.0
10
15
25
Permissible average torque in open-close duty S2 - 15 min
Torque in modulating duty S4 - 40 %
Indicated weight includes part-turn actuator with controls, electrical connection in standard version, unbored coupling and handwheel
Features and functions of actuator
Type of duty
Open-close duty Short-time duty S2 - 15 min, classes A and B according to EN 15714-2
SGC:
Modulating duty Intermittent duty S4 - 40 % class C in compliance with EN 15714-2 with
SGCR:
maximum number of starts of 1,800 cycles per hour (option)
For nominal voltage and 40 °C ambient temperature and at average running or modulating
torque load The type of duty must not be exceeded.
Motor
Variable speed, brushless motor
Insulation class
F, tropicalized
Motor protection
PTC thermistors (according to DIN 44081)
Self-locking
Yes
SGC/SGCR 04.1 – 10.1: 82° – 98° adjustable between min. and max.
Swing angle
Standard:
values
SGC/SGCR 12.1: 75° – 105°
Options:
Available swing angles on request
Limit switching
Via position transmitter potentiometer status signals for directions OPEN and CLOSE
Torque switching
Via electronic current measurement status signals for directions OPEN and CLOSE, adjustable
in 8 steps
Mechanical position indicator Continuous indication, adjustable indicator disc with symbols OPEN and CLOSED
Manual operation
Manual drive for setting and emergency operation, handwheel does not rotate during electrical operation
Coupling
Standard:
Coupling unbored
●
Options:
Coupling unbored extended
●
Valve attachment
Finish machining of coupling (standard or extended)
- Bore according to EN ISO 5211 with 1 keyway according to DIN
6885-1
- Square bore according to EN ISO 5211
- Two-flat according to EN ISO 5211
Dimensions according to EN ISO 5211
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SGC 04.1 – SGC 12.1 / SGCR 04.1 – SGCR 12.1
Technical data Part-turn actuator
Features and functions of actuator controls
Standard voltages:
Power supply
1-phase AC current (voltages/frequencies)
Volt
115
Hz
50/60
230
50/60
Permissible variation of mains voltage: ±10 %
Permissible variation of mains frequency: ±5 %
For current consumption, current type, mains voltage and frequency, refer to the name plate
External supply of the electron- 24 V DC +20 %/–15 %
Current consumption: With options up to 200 mA
ics (option)
The external power supply must have a reinforced insulation against mains voltage in accordance with IEC 61800-5-1 and may only be supplied by a circuit limited to 150 VA in accordance
with IEC 61800-5-1.
Overvoltage category
Category III according to IEC 60364-4-443
Power electronics
Power electronics with integral motor controller
Rated power
The controls are designed for the rated motor power, refer to name plate
●
Control
4 digital inputs (via opto-isolator, with one common)
(input signals)
- Control voltage 24 V DC, current consumption: approx. 15 mA per input
- Minimum pulse duration for shortest operation pulse: 100 ms.
- All digital inputs must be supplied with the same potential.
Assignment for open-close actuators:
- OPEN, STOP, CLOSE (standard)
- OPEN, STOP, CLOSE, EMERGENCY (option)
- OPEN, STOP, CLOSE, MODE in combination with positioner (option)
- OPEN, EMERGENCY, CLOSE, MODE in combination with positioner (option)
Assignment for modulating actuators:
- OPEN, STOP, CLOSE, MODE (standard)
- OPEN, EMERGENCY, CLOSE, MODE
●
Status signals
(output signals)
●
●
Voltage output
Local controls
Analogue input 0/4 – 20 mA (galvanically isolated)
Used as input signal for position setpoint E1 (in combination with positioner) or as input
signal for motor speed E3.
Output contacts:
4 programmable semi-conductor output contacts, per contact max. 24 V DC, 1 A (resistive
load)
- 2 NO contacts with one common
Default configuration: End position OPEN, end position CLOSED
- 1 potential-free NO contact for collective fault signal
Default configuration: Torque fault, motor protection tripped
- 1 potential-free change-over contact
Default configuration: Push button REMOTE
Analogue output:
Galvanically isolated position feedback 0/4 – 20 mA (load max. 500 Ω).
Auxiliary voltage 24 V DC, max. 40 mA for supply of control inputs, galvanically isolated from
internal voltage supply
Not available for option "external electronics supply".
●
Standard:
Push buttons OPEN, STOP (LOCAL - REMOTE), CLOSE
●
Option:
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2 multi-colour programmable indication lights:
- End position CLOSED (yellow), fault/failure (red), end position
OPEN (green), operation mode LOCAL (blue)
Local controls mounted separately on wall bracket
SGC 04.1 – SGC 12.1 / SGCR 04.1 – SGCR 12.1
Technical data Part-turn actuator
Features and functions of actuator controls
●
Functions
Switch-off mode adjustable:
- Limit or torque seating for end position OPEN and end position CLOSED
●
Torque monitoring across the whole travel
●
Torque by-pass
●
●
Electrical connection
Wiring diagram
Programmable EMERGENCY behaviour
- Digital input low active
- Reaction can be selected: Stop, run to end position CLOSED, run to end position
OPEN
Positioner (for modulating actuators):
- Position setpoint via analogue input E1 = 0/4 – 20 mA
- Programmable behaviour on loss of signal
- Automatic adaptation of the dead band (adaptive behaviour selectable)
- Switch-over between OPEN - CLOSE control (REMOTE OPEN-CLOSE) and setpoint
control (REMOTE SETPOINT) via digital MODE input
Standard:
Plug/socket connector with crimp connection
Option:
AUMA plug/socket connector with screw-type connection
Refer to name plate
Service conditions
Mounting position
Installation altitude
Any position
≤ 2 000 m above sea level
> 2,000 m above sea level on request
Ambient temperature
Refer to name plate
Standard: –25 °C to +70 °C
Humidity
Up to 100 % relative humidity across the entire permissible temperature range
Enclosure protection according Refer to name plate
IP68
to EN 60529
According to AUMA definition, enclosure protection IP68 meets the following requirements:
●
Depth of water: maximum 8 m head of water
Pollution degree
Vibration resistance
according to EN 60068-2-6
GL approval (option)
Corrosion protection
Finish coating
Colour
Lifetime
●
Duration of continuous immersion in water: Max. 96 hours
●
Up to 10 operations during continuous immersion
●
Modulating duty is not possible during continuous immersion
Pollution degree 4 (when closed) according to IEC 61800-5-1
2 g, from 10 to 200 Hz
Resistant to vibration during start-up or for failures of the plant. However, a fatigue strength
may not be derived from this.
Environmental categories D, G, EMC2
Standard:
KS: Suitable for use in areas with high salinity, almost permanent condensation, and high pollution.
Option:
KX: Suitable for use in areas with extremely high salinity, permanent
condensation, and high pollution.
Two-component iron-mica combination
Standard:
AUMA silver-grey (similar to RAL 7037)
Option
Available colours on request
Open-close duty: 20,000 operating cycles OPEN - CLOSE - OPEN
An operating cycle is based on an operation from CLOSED to OPEN and
back to CLOSED, at a respective rotary movement of 90°.
Modulating duty: 5 million modulating steps
The lifetime depends on the load and the number of starts. A high starting frequency will
rarely improve the modulating accuracy. To reach the longest possible maintenance and
fault-free operating time, the number of starts per hour chosen should be as low as permissible
for the process.
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SGC 04.1 – SGC 12.1 / SGCR 04.1 – SGCR 12.1
Technical data Part-turn actuator
Further information
EU Directives
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Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC): (2004/108/EC)
Low Voltage Directive: (2006/95/EC)
Machinery Directive: (2006/42/EC)
SGC 04.1 – SGC 12.1 / SGCR 04.1 – SGCR 12.1
Spare parts
15.
Spare parts
15.1.
Part-turn actuator SGC 04.1 – SGC 10.1/SGCR 04.1 – SGCR 10.1
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SGC 04.1 – SGC 12.1 / SGCR 04.1 – SGCR 12.1
Spare parts
Information: Please state device type and our order number (see name plate) when ordering spare parts. Only
original AUMA spare parts should be used. Failure to use original spare parts voids the warranty and exempts
AUMA from any liability. Delivered spare parts may slightly vary from the representation in these instructions.
Ref.
Designation
no.
002.0-1 Local controls
002.0-2 Cover (for version without local controls)
002.0-3 Cover with socket for connecting separately mounted local controls
002.3-1 Board for local controls 002.0-1
002.3-2 Board in connecting cover 002.0-3
006.0
Power supply unit/switchgear
009.0
Logic board
058.0
500.0
Wire for protective earth
Cover
501.0
Socket carrier (complete with sockets)
502.0
Pin carrier without pins
503.0
Socket for control
504.0
Socket for motor
505.0
Pin for controls
506.0
Pin for motor
507.0
Cover for electrical connection
525.0
Coupling
539.0
541.0
Screw plug
Protective earth connection
542.0
Handwheel
542.1
Ball handle
545.0-1 Protective cap with cord
545.0-2 Protective cap without cord
545.0-3 Mating plug
587.0
611.0
Wall bracket
Cover
S1
Seal kit, small
50
Type
Sub-assembly
Sub-assembly
Sub-assembly
Sub-assembly
Sub-assembly
Sub-assembly
Sub-assembly
Sub-assembly
Sub-assembly
Sub-assembly
Sub-assembly
Sub-assembly
Sub-assembly
Sub-assembly
Sub-assembly
Sub-assembly
Sub-assembly
Sub-assembly
Sub-assembly
Sub-assembly
Sub-assembly
Sub-assembly
Sub-assembly
Set
SGC 04.1 – SGC 12.1 / SGCR 04.1 – SGCR 12.1
Spare parts
15.2.
Part-turn actuator SGC/SGCR 12.1
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SGC 04.1 – SGC 12.1 / SGCR 04.1 – SGCR 12.1
Spare parts
Information: Please state device type and our order number (see name plate) when ordering spare parts. Only
original AUMA spare parts should be used. Failure to use original spare parts voids the warranty and exempts
AUMA from any liability. Delivered spare parts may slightly vary from the representation in these instructions.
Ref.
Designation
no.
002.0-1 Local controls
002.0-2 Cover (for version without local controls)
002.0-3 Cover with socket for connecting separately mounted local controls
002.3-1 Local controls board for 022.0-1
002.3-2 Board in connecting cover for 022.0-3
006.0
009.0
Power supply unit/switchgear
Logic board
010.0
Coupling
058.0
Wire for protective earth
500.0
Cover
501.0
Socket carrier (complete with sockets)
502.0
Pin carrier without pins
503.0
Socket for control
504.0
Socket for motor
505.0
Pin for controls
506.0
Pin for motor
507.0
Cover for electrical connection
522.0
Flange
525.0
Coupling
539.0
541.0
Screw plug
Protective earthing
542.0
Handwheel
542.1
Ball handle
545.0-1 Protective cap with cord
545.0-2 Protective cap without cord
545.0-3 Mating plug
548.0
587.0
596.0
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Spigot ring
Wall bracket
Output drive flange
Type
Sub-assembly
Sub-assembly
Sub-assembly
Sub-assembly
Sub-assembly
Sub-assembly
Sub-assembly
Sub-assembly
Sub-assembly
Sub-assembly
Sub-assembly
Sub-assembly
Sub-assembly
Sub-assembly
Sub-assembly
Sub-assembly
Sub-assembly
Sub-assembly
Sub-assembly
Sub-assembly
Sub-assembly
Sub-assembly
Sub-assembly
Sub-assembly
Sub-assembly
SGC 04.1 – SGC 12.1 / SGCR 04.1 – SGCR 12.1
Spare parts
Ref.
no.
609.1
Designation
Type
Angle adapter for mains cables
610.1
Angle adapter for control contacts
611.0
Cover
Sub-assembly
Sub-assembly
Sub-assembly
612.0
S1
Screw plug for end stop
Seal kit, small
Set
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SGC 04.1 – SGC 12.1 / SGCR 04.1 – SGCR 12.1
Certificates
16.
Certificates
16.1.
Declaration of Incorporation and EC Declaration of Conformity
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SGC 04.1 – SGC 12.1 / SGCR 04.1 – SGCR 12.1
Index
Index
A
Accessories (electrical connection)
Actuator: mount to valve
Ambient temperature
Analogue signals
Applications
Assembly
AUMA CDT (accessories)
B
Basic setting
Basic settings for controls
C
CDT (accessories)
Certificates
Change-over between OPEN
- CLOSE control and setpoint
control
Colour
Commissioning
Commissioning (basic settings)
Commissioning (controls)
Control
Corrective action
Corrosion protection
Coupling
Cross sections
Current consumption
D
Data Matrix code
Declaration of Incorporation
Device type
Directives
Disposal
E
EC Declaration of Conformity
Electrical connection
Electric power (motor)
EMC
EMERGENCY behaviour
EMERGENCY operation
Enclosure protection
End position detection setting
End position detection verification
End stops
F
Failure behaviour
Fault indications
Finish coating
Flange size
Fuses
22
12
8 , 47
25
5
12
9 , 41
35 , 41
29
9 , 41
54
27
47
5
35
29
9
42
11 , 47
45
19
15
9
54
9
5
44
54
15
8
15
41
28
8 , 47
37
37
35
G
GL approval
Ground connection
47
21
H
Handwheel
Humidity
12
47
I
Identification
Indication lights
Indications
Indicator disc
Inspection record
Installation altitude
Insulation class
8
23
23
23 , 40
9
47
45
L
LEDs (indication lights)
Lifetime
Limit switching
Local controls
Loss of signal
Lubrication
23
47
45
22 , 26
41
44
M
Mains frequency
Mains voltage
Maintenance
Maintenance intervals
Manual operation
Mechanical position indicator
Modulating duty (REMOTE
SETPOINT)
Monitoring
Motion detector
Motor
Motor operation
Motor power
Motor protection
Mounting position
N
Name plate
Network types
O
OPEN - CLOSE control (Remote OPEN - CLOSE)
Open-close duty (REMOTE
OPEN-CLOSE)
Operating time
Operating time monitoring
Operating time setting
Operation
Order number
8 , 16
8 , 16
5 , 44 , 44
44
26 , 45
23 , 40 , 45
27
41
41
45
26
8
45
47
8 , 16
15
27
27
8
41
32
5 , 26
8, 8, 9
41
42
47
9
43
55
SGC 04.1 – SGC 12.1 / SGCR 04.1 – SGCR 12.1
Index
P
Packaging
Paint
Pollution degree
Positioner
Position indicator
Power (motor)
Power supply
Programming mode
Protection on site
Protective measures
Push-to-run operation local
Q
Qualification of staff
R
Range of application
Rated current
Recycling
Remote actuator operation
Running indication
S
Safety instructions
Safety instructions/warnings
Self-locking
Self-retaining local
Serial number
Service
Servicing
Setpoint control (Remote
SETPOINT)
Setting range of swing angle
Settings for controls
Short-circuit protection
Signals
Signals (analogue)
Size
Software
Spare parts
Standards
Storage
Supply networks
Support
Support App
Swing angle
Switch [S5] = MODE
56
11
47
47
41
40
8
15 , 16
41
15
5
27 , 41
5
5
8
44
27
23
5
5
45
27 , 41
8, 9
44
44
27
8
29
15
25
25
9
29 , 41
49
5
11
15
44
9, 9
45
41
T
Terminal cross sections
Terminal plan
Torque by-pass
Torque range
Torque switching
Transport
Type (device type)
Type designation
Type of current
Type of duty
Type of lubricant
Type of seating
V
Valve attachment
Vibration resistance
W
Wall bracket
Wiring diagram
Wiring diagram number
Works number
Y
Year of manufacture
Year of production
16 , 18
15
41
8
31 , 45
11
9
8
8 , 16
8 , 45
8
30
45
47
22
9 , 15
8
9
9
9
AUMA worldwide
Europe
AUMA Riester GmbH & Co. KG
Plant Müllheim
DE 79373 Müllheim
Tel +49 7631 809 - 0
riester@auma.com
www.auma.com
Plant Ostfildern-Nellingen
DE 73747 Ostfildern
Tel +49 711 34803 - 0
riester@wof.auma.com
Service-Center Bayern
DE 85386 Eching
Tel +49 81 65 9017- 0
Riester@scb.auma.com
Service-Center Köln
DE 50858 Köln
Tel +49 2234 2037 - 900
Service@sck.auma.com
Service-Center Magdeburg
DE 39167 Niederndodeleben
Tel +49 39204 759 - 0
Service@scm.auma.com
AUMA-Armaturenantriebe Ges.m.b.H.
AT 2512 Tribuswinkel
Tel +43 2252 82540
office@auma.at
www.auma.at
AUMA BENELUX B.V. B. A.
BE 8800 Roeselare
Tel +32 51 24 24 80
office@auma.be
www.auma.nl
ProStream Group Ltd.
BG 1632 Sofia
Tel +359 2 9179-337
valtchev@prostream.bg
www.prostream.bg
OOO “Dunkan-Privod”
BY 220004 Minsk
Tel +375 29 6945574
belarus@auma.ru
www.zatvor.by
AUMA (Schweiz) AG
CH 8965 Berikon
Tel +41 566 400945
RettichP.ch@auma.com
AUMA Servopohony spol. s.r.o.
CZ 250 01 Brandýs n.L.-St.Boleslav
Tel +420 326 396 993
auma-s@auma.cz
www.auma.cz
GRØNBECH & SØNNER A/S
DK 2450 København SV
Tel +45 33 26 63 00
GS@g-s.dk
www.g-s.dk
IBEROPLAN S.A.
ES 28027 Madrid
Tel +34 91 3717130
iberoplan@iberoplan.com
AUMA Finland Oy
FI 02230 Espoo
Tel +358 9 5840 22
auma@auma.fi
www.auma.fi
AUMA France S.A.R.L.
FR 95157 Taverny Cedex
Tel +33 1 39327272
info@auma.fr
www.auma.fr
AUMA ACTUATORS Ltd.
GB Clevedon, North Somerset BS21 6TH
Tel +44 1275 871141
mail@auma.co.uk
www.auma.co.uk
AUMA Polska Sp. z o.o.
PL 41-219 Sosnowiec
Tel +48 32 783 52 00
biuro@auma.com.pl
www.auma.com.pl
AUMA-LUSA Representative Office, Lda.
PT 2730-033 Barcarena
Tel +351 211 307 100
geral@aumalusa.pt
SAUTECH
RO 011783 Bucuresti
Tel +40 372 303982
office@sautech.ro
OOO PRIWODY AUMA
RU 141402 Khimki, Moscow region
Tel +7 495 221 64 28
aumarussia@auma.ru
www.auma.ru
D. G. Bellos & Co. O.E.
GR 13673 Acharnai, Athens
Tel +30 210 2409485
info@dgbellos.gr
OOO PRIWODY AUMA
RU 125362 Moscow
Tel +7 495 787 78 21
aumarussia@auma.ru
www.auma.ru
APIS CENTAR d. o. o.
HR 10437 Bestovje
Tel +385 1 6531 485
auma@apis-centar.com
www.apis-centar.com
ERICHS ARMATUR AB
SE 20039 Malmö
Tel +46 40 311550
info@erichsarmatur.se
www.erichsarmatur.se
Fabo Kereskedelmi és Szolgáltató Kft.
HU 8800 Nagykanizsa
Tel +36 93/324-666
auma@fabo.hu
www.fabo.hu
ELSO-b, s.r.o.
SK 94901 Nitra
Tel +421 905/336-926
elsob@stonline.sk
www.elsob.sk
Falkinn HF
IS 108 Reykjavik
Tel +00354 540 7000
os@falkinn.is
www.falkinn.is
Auma Endüstri Kontrol Sistemleri Limited
Sirketi
TR 06810 Ankara
Tel +90 312 217 32 88
info@auma.com.tr
AUMA ITALIANA S.r.l. a socio unico
IT 20023 Cerro Maggiore (MI)
Tel +39 0331 51351
info@auma.it
www.auma.it
AUMA Technology Automations Ltd
UA 02099 Kiev
Tel +38 044 586-53-03
auma-tech@aumatech.com.ua
Africa
AUMA BENELUX B.V.
LU Leiden (NL)
Tel +31 71 581 40 40
office@auma.nl
NB Engineering Services
MT ZBR 08 Zabbar
Tel + 356 2169 2647
nikibel@onvol.net
AUMA BENELUX B.V.
NL 2314 XT Leiden
Tel +31 71 581 40 40
office@auma.nl
www.auma.nl
SIGUM A. S.
NO 1338 Sandvika
Tel +47 67572600
post@sigum.no
Solution Technique Contrôle Commande
DZ Bir Mourad Rais, Algiers
Tel +213 21 56 42 09/18
stcco@wissal.dz
A.T.E.C.
EG Cairo
Tel +20 2 23599680 - 23590861
contactus@atec-eg.com
SAMIREG
MA 203000 Casablanca
Tel +212 5 22 40 09 65
samireg@menara.ma
MANZ INCORPORATED LTD.
NG Port Harcourt
Tel +234-84-462741
mail@manzincorporated.com
www.manzincorporated.com
57
AUMA worldwide
AUMA South Africa (Pty) Ltd.
ZA 1560 Springs
Tel +27 11 3632880
aumasa@mweb.co.za
AUMA Actuators Middle East
BH 152 68 Salmabad
Tel +97 3 17896585
salesme@auma.com
AUMA Malaysia Office
MY 70300 Seremban, Negeri Sembilan
Tel +606 633 1988
sales@auma.com.my
America
Mikuni (B) Sdn. Bhd.
BN KA1189 Kuala Belait
Tel + 673 3331269 / 3331272
mikuni@brunet.bn
Mustafa Sultan Science & Industry Co LLC
OM Ruwi
Tel +968 24 636036
r-negi@mustafasultan.com
AUMA Actuators (China) Co., Ltd
CN 215499 Taicang
Tel +86 512 3302 6900
mailbox@auma-china.com
www.auma-china.com
FLOWTORK TECHNOLOGIES
CORPORATION
PH 1550 Mandaluyong City
Tel +63 2 532 4058
flowtork@pldtdsl.net
PERFECT CONTROLS Ltd.
HK Tsuen Wan, Kowloon
Tel +852 2493 7726
joeip@perfectcontrols.com.hk
M & C Group of Companies
PK 54000 Cavalry Ground, Lahore Cantt
Tel +92 42 3665 0542, +92 42 3668 0118
sales@mcss.com.pk
www.mcss.com.pk
AUMA Argentina Rep.Office
AR Buenos Aires
Tel +54 11 4737 9026
contacto@aumaargentina.com.ar
AUMA Automação do Brazil ltda.
BR Sao Paulo
Tel +55 11 4612-3477
contato@auma-br.com
TROY-ONTOR Inc.
CA L4N 8X1 Barrie, Ontario
Tel +1 705 721-8246
troy-ontor@troy-ontor.ca
AUMA Chile Representative Office
CL 9500414 Buin
Tel +56 2 821 4108
aumachile@auma-chile.cl
Ferrostaal de Colombia Ltda.
CO Bogotá D.C.
Tel +57 1 401 1300
dorian.hernandez@ferrostaal.com
www.ferrostaal.com
Transcontinental Trading Overseas SA.
CU Ciudad Habana
Tel +53 7 208 9603 / 208 7729
tto@ttoweb.com
AUMA Región Andina & Centroamérica
EC Quito
Tel +593 2 245 4614
auma@auma-ac.com
www.auma.com
Corsusa International S.A.C.
PE Miraflores - Lima
Tel +511444-1200 / 0044 / 2321
corsusa@corsusa.com
www.corsusa.com
PT. Carakamas Inti Alam
ID 11460 Jakarta
Tel +62 215607952-55
auma-jkt@indo.net.id
AUMA INDIA PRIVATE LIMITED.
IN 560 058 Bangalore
Tel +91 80 2839 4656
info@auma.co.in
www.auma.co.in
ITG - Iranians Torque Generator
IR 13998-34411 Teheran
+982144545654
info@itg-co.ir
Trans-Jordan Electro Mechanical Supplies
JO 11133 Amman
Tel +962 - 6 - 5332020
Info@transjordan.net
AUMA JAPAN Co., Ltd.
JP 211-0016 Kawasaki-shi, Kanagawa
Tel +81-(0)44-863-8371
mailbox@auma.co.jp
www.auma.co.jp
Control Technologies Limited
TT Marabella, Trinidad, W.I.
Tel + 1 868 658 1744/5011
www.ctltech.com
DW Controls Co., Ltd.
KR 153-702 Gasan-dong, GeumChun-Gu,,
Seoul
Tel +82 2 2624 3400
import@actuatorbank.com
www.actuatorbank.com
AUMA ACTUATORS INC.
US PA 15317 Canonsburg
Tel +1 724-743-AUMA (2862)
mailbox@auma-usa.com
www.auma-usa.com
Al-Arfaj Engineering Co WLL
KW 22004 Salmiyah
Tel +965-24817448
info@arfajengg.com
www.arfajengg.com
Suplibarca
VE Maracaibo, Estado, Zulia
Tel +58 261 7 555 667
suplibarca@intercable.net.ve
TOO “Armaturny Center”
KZ 060005 Atyrau
Tel +7 7122 454 602
armacentre@bk.ru
Asia
Network Engineering
LB 4501 7401 JBEIL, Beirut
Tel +961 9 944080
nabil.ibrahim@networkenglb.com
www.networkenglb.com
Petrogulf W.L.L
QA Doha
Tel +974 44350151
pgulf@qatar.net.qa
AUMA Saudi Arabia Support Office
SA 31952 Al Khobar
Tel + 966 5 5359 6025
Vinod.Fernandes@auma.com
AUMA ACTUATORS (Singapore) Pte Ltd.
SG 569551 Singapore
Tel +65 6 4818750
sales@auma.com.sg
www.auma.com.sg
NETWORK ENGINEERING
SY Homs
+963 31 231 571
eyad3@scs-net.org
Sunny Valves and Intertrade Corp. Ltd.
TH 10120 Yannawa, Bangkok
Tel +66 2 2400656
mainbox@sunnyvalves.co.th
www.sunnyvalves.co.th
Top Advance Enterprises Ltd.
TW Jhonghe City, Taipei Hsien (235)
Tel +886 2 2225 1718
support@auma-taiwan.com.tw
www.auma-taiwan.com.tw
AUMA Vietnam Hanoi RO
VN Hanoi
+84 4 37822115
chiennguyen@auma.com.vn
Australia
AUMA Actuators UAE Support Office
AE 287 Abu Dhabi
Tel +971 26338688
Nagaraj.Shetty@auma.com
58
BARRON GJM Pty. Ltd.
AU NSW 1570 Artarmon
Tel +61 2 8437 4300
info@barron.com.au
www.barron.com.au
AUMA worldwide
59
AUMA Riester GmbH & Co. KG
P.O.Box 1362
DE 79373 Muellheim
Tel +49 7631 809 - 0
Fax +49 7631 809 - 1250
riester@auma.com
www.auma.com
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