VSG 4 5 - The Valve Shop

VSG 4 5 - The Valve Shop
HOW TO SELECT A VERSA VALVE
Every letter and digit in the product number of a Versa Valve has significant meaning. For
example, the product number shown below (VSG-4522-U-14-A120) indicates the following:
V
PNEUMATIC
SERVICE
S
SPRING
RETURN
-–
G
SOLENOID
PILOT-ACTUATED
4
FOUR-WAY
5
1/2” NPT
2
SIDE PORTS
(INPILOT)
-–
2
TWO
POSITION
U
—
UPRIGHT STYLE
SOLENOID
14
— A120
SOLENOID OPERATOR
EQUIPPED WITH
SILENCER/DUST
EXCLUDER NUT
120V60
COIL
BASIC PRODUCT NUMBER
V S G - 4
ACTUATING DEVICES
VALVE
SERIES
V Series "V" Valve
Pneumatic service to
200 psi (14 bar)
T Series "T" Valve
Hydraulic service to
500 psi (35 bar)
V-4.7
ON LEFT END
OF VALVE
LOOKING
AT INLET
FUNCTIONAL
TYPE OF
VALVE
ON RIGHT END
OF VALVE
LOOKING
AT INLET
A Special actuator of any type. Letter indicates position of actuator relative to right and left end of body.
Suffix detail is required to designate specific actuator
B Spring Centering (for 3 position manually operated
valves)
C Cam
D Spring Centering from one offset position only (for 3
position manually operated valves). Spring pulls
spool to center
E Spring Centering from one offset position only (for 3
position manually operated valves). Spring pushes
spool to center
F Pedal (for toe operation)
G Solenoid-Pilot/2 position
H Hand Lever (offset lever)
I Palm Button
J Pilot-Spring Centering (for 3 position pilot operated
valves)
K Differential Pilot Return
L Hand Lever (centerline lever)
N Non-return Device (for manually operated valves —
allows valve to be positioned anywhere without detents)
P Pressure Pilot/2 position (for bleed pilot also use suffix detail "—1")
R Reverse Spring Return (for manually operated valves).
Spring pulls valve spool
S Spring Return. Spring pushes valve spool
T Treadle (for heel-toe operation)
U Three-Detent (for manually operated valves)
W Diaphragm-Pilot/2 position
X Solenoid-Pilot Spring Centering (for 3 position solenoid operated valves)
Y Diaphragm-Pilot Spring Centering (for 3 position diaphragm operated valves)
Z Two-Detent (for manually operated valves)
12
2
3
4
5
Two-Way
Three-Way
Four-Way
Five-Way (Dual
Pressure
Four-Way)
7 Two-Outlet (Directional
Three-Way-Diverter)
8 Two-Inlet (Directional
Three-Way-Selector)
5
VALVE
PORT
SIZE
2 1/8" NPT
*3 1/4" NPT
4 3/8" NPT
*5 1/2" NPT
6 3/4" NPT
*7 1" NPT
7 with suffix-12
provides 11/4"
(32mm) capacity
with 1"NPT sideports or 11/4" NPT
subplate ports
For sizes 1/8 TO 1/2:
ISO 228/1 "G" type
threads are indicated by
additional use of suffix
"–2B”. Contact factory
for availability.
*Basic valve size
SELECTOR CHART
SUFFIX DETAILS
Suffix details indicate modifications or variations to the basic valve. When specifying simply add those suffix details required in alphabetical and/or numerical order.
Listed below are the suffix detail modifications found in this catalog and the page on which they are noted.
2
BODY
DETAILS
0 SIDEPORTED–EXPILOT
Body with integral, pipe
threaded ports. This
type of body is directly
connected to pressure
lines and is used for
mechanical, manual
and EXPilot* type solenoid or pilot actuated
valves.
1 SUBPLATE MOUNTING–
EXPILOT
Body-ported for subplate mounting. This
type of body is screwconnected to a subplate
or manifold that is connected to pressure lines
and is used for
mechanical, manual
and EXPilot* type solenoid or pilot actuated
valves.
2 SIDEPORTED – INPILOT
Body same as "0"
above, except it has an
auxiliary internal passage to supply
INPilot** type solenoid
and pilot actuators.
3 SUBPLATE MOUNTING–
INPILOT
Body same as "1"
above, except it has
internal auxiliary passage to supply
INPilot** type solenoid
and pilot actuators.
*Separate pressure line
connection needed to
supply solenoid-pilot,
differential pilot return
or to control pressure
pilot.
**Internal auxiliary
porting supplies pressurized medium being
controlled to pilot, solenoid-pilot or differential
pilot return.
2 - U –14–
SUPPLEMENTARY
ADAPTATIONS TO
VERSA SERIES V & T VALVES
SPOOL
DETAILS
(Flow patterns)
TWO-WAY or
THREE-WAY VALVES
Two Position
1 Normally Closed (actuating device must be on
right end of valve)
2 Normally Open (actuating
device must be on left end
of valve)
THREE-WAY VALVES
Three Position
3 All ports blocked in center
position
FOUR-WAY VALVES
Two Position
2 Standard flow pattern:
inlet alternately open to
one cylinder port; opposite
cylinder port alternately
open to exhaust.
FIVE-WAY VALVES
Two Position
2 Standard flow pattern:
each inlet port open (alternately) to one cylinder port;
opposite cylinder port open
(alternately) to exhaust
FOUR-WAY OR
FIVE-WAY VALVES
Three Position
(Offset flows as standard
flow patterns, above)
Center Position
3 All ports blocked
4 Cylinder ports open to
exhaust
8 Inlet(s) open to both cylinder ports
9 All ports open
DIVERTER &
SELECTOR VALVES
2 2-position
3 All ports blocked in center
position
COIL
CODE
Actuator Orientation:
-218A thru -218G, Hand Lever, page V-10.1
-226, Cam actuator, page V-10.2
-227A thru -227C, Pilot actuator, page V-10.2
-3470, Treadle actuator, page V-56 thru 61
Coil/Coil Housing:
-243, Grommeted housing, page V-3.8
-HC, -HCC, DIN connector, page V-3.5 & 3.8
-HT, Class H coil, page V-3.6 & 70.1
-P, Plug-in coil
-PC, -PS, Potted coil, page V-10.4 & 70.1
Combination Actuators:
-113, -113L, Hand/2-detent, page V-69.1
-114, -114L, Hand/3-detent, page V-69.1
-115, Palm button/2-detent, page V-69.1
-130, -130A, -130L Hand/spring return, page V-69.2, V-69.1
-136, Palm button/spring return, V-69.1
-138, Solenoid/spring return, page V-69.3
-150, Pilot/2-detent, page V-69.2
-159, Pilot/spring return, page V-69.3
-173, Solenoid/spring return, page V-69.3
Hazardous Service Solenoids (page V-3.5 & V-3.7):
-3567, Hazardous locations, Low Watt, UL & CSA
-LB-XN, (d)Flameproof, Low Watt, ATEX
-ST, -TR50-ST, Stainless steel housing, page V-3.8 & 70.1
-XDAS, -XDAT, (d)Flameproof, ATEX
-XIFA, -XIFE, -XIFF, (ib)Intrinsic Safe, ATEX
-HC-XISC, -HCC-XISC, Hazardous locations, FM & CSA
-HC-XISX6, -HCC-XISX6, (ia)Intrinsic Safe, ATEX
-XMAA, -XMAE, -XMAF, -XMAG, (m)Encapsulation,
(e)Increased Safety, ATEX
-XMFA, -XMFE, -XMFF, -XMFG, (m)Encapsulation,
(e)Increased Safety, ATEX
-XN, (d)Flameproof, ATEX
-XX, Hazardous locations, UL & CSA
Manual Override (page V-10.4):
-G, Guarded
-G5R, Guarded-locking
-M, Unguarded
-M5R, Unguarded-locking
Seals:
-3, Continuous duty solenoid/high temp core, fluorocarbon FKM,
page V-3.6 & 10.4
-11, High nitrile NBR, page V-3.1, 3.4 & 3.6
-31, U-cup pilot, page V-3.3
-155, Fluorocarbon FKM, page V-3.1, 3.4 & 3.6
-EP, Ethylene propylene EPR, page V-3.1
Special service/lubrication:
-1, Bleed pilot, page V-4.7
-10, Electroless nickel plating-internal, page V-3.1
-14, Silencer/dustproof coil cover nut, page V-10.4
-21, INPilot/EXPilot
-33, Retainer cap, page V-65
-55A, FDA approved silicone grease, page V-3.4
-55M, Silicone grease, page V-3.4
-167, Electroless nickel plating-external, page V-3.1
-200, Plus pressure rating to 200 psi (14 bar), page V-3.3
-H, Threaded solenoid exhaust, page V-10.4 & 70.1
-H500, Hydraulic solenoid rated to 450 psi (31 bar), page V-3.3
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Solenoid actuated
valves require a Coil
Code that indicates the
specific coil current/frequency and voltage.
The Coil Code consists
of a letter to indicate
the current frequency:
Rating Code:
A= 60Hz frequency
D= Direct Current (DC)
E= 50Hz frequency
Three numbers follow
the Rating Code to indicate voltage:
Examples:
Voltage Code
24V60 =
024
120V60 =
120
24VDC =
024
See page V-3.5 for
specific coil and codes.
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V-4.8
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