Manual
SERIES
80
TEMPERATURE
CONTROLLERS
Instruction Manual
Note: Not all agency approvals apply to all models. See manual for detailed information.
1
Series 80 Agency Approvals
LR-52383
Models 82 and 86
E63164 Process Control Equipment, Component
UL-1092 / UL-916, C22.2 No. M142-1987
Models 82-A, 82-B, 86-A &86-B (Vol.1, Sec.1)
Models 88-A, 88-B, 88-L, 89-1 & 89-2 (Vol.1, Sec. 2)
E63164 Process Control Equipment
UL-1092 / UL-916, C22.2 No. M142-1987
Models 82-C, 82-D, 82-E, 82-L, 86-C, 86-D, 86-E & 86-L (Vol.2, Sec.2)
ID. 3012472 Class 3545, Temperature Limit Controllers
Models 86-L & 88-L
Athena Controls, Inc.
5145 Campus Drive
Plymouth Meeting, PA 19462
Phone: 610-828-2490
Fax: 610-828-7084
www.athenacontrols.com
You can reach our technical support team by phoning 1-800-782-6776 (from the United
States) or 610-828-2490 (from anywhere in the world). The e-mail address for tech
support is [email protected]
Athena® is a registered trademark of Athena Controls, Inc.
© 2004 Athena Controls, Inc. All rights reserved.
Table of Contents
Section 1
1.1
1.2
1.3
Section 2
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
Section 3
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
Section 4
4.1
General Introduction
General Description and Cautions................ 1
Configurations............................................... 1
Specifications................................................ 2
Preliminary Instructions
Unpacking..................................................... 3
Locating........................................................ 3
Mounting....................................................... 3
Wiring............................................................ 3
Thermocouple Placement............................. 5
Operation / Maintenance
Operation...................................................... 5
Limit Control.................................................. 5
Adjustments.................................................. 5
Maintenance................................................. 6
Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting Steps.................................. 7
Section 1
1.1
General Introduction
General Description and Cautions
The Athena Series 80 Controllers are designed for
temperature control of ovens, molds, hot stamping machines,
packaging machinery, heat tracing, and for replacement of bulb
and capillary type temperature controllers. Limit configurations
have FM approval.
CAUTION
Possible fire hazard. Because these temperature
controls or associated equipment may not always
fail safe, an approved temperature and/or pressure
safety control should be used for safe operation.
1.2
Configurations
A - Open PCB unit with Setpoint on the PCB
B - Open PCB unit with Remote Setpoint
C - Open PCB unit with Setpoint on PCB with T case
D - T case with Setpoint on the case
E - T case with Remote Setpoint
L - High Limit Controller, D configuration with Reset
button on case
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1.3
Specifications
Setpoint:
Single turn, 270º rotation
Potentiometer (local or remote)
Setpoint Resolution:
1% with circuit board
Potentiometer
1
⁄4% with remote
Potentiometer
Calibration Accuracy:
1% at calibration points with remote
Potentiometer
2% at calibration points
Potentiometer on circuit board
Ambient Temperature Range:
30º to 130º F Series 82 & 86
30º to 150º F Series 88
Cold Junction Compensation:
Internal electrical bridge
Differential/Proportional Band:
Adjustable from Differential of 5º F
to Proportional Band of 25º F
Thermocouple Break Protection: UPSCALE
Output:
B – S.P.S.T. relay 10A/5A
H – S.P.S.T. relay 15A
S – Pulsed D.C. 0-20Vdc
T – Solid State relay 1Aac, 1ø
(Normally Open)
Supply Voltage:
120/240 ± 10% V 50/60 Hz.
Power Consumption:
2 watts
Weight:
1 pound, 8 oz. (0.68 kg) with case
and cover
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Section 2
2.1
Preliminary Instructions
Unpacking
Carefully unpack the instrument and inspect for shipping damage.
Report any damage to the carrier immediately.
2.2
Locating
Select a location for the controller where it will not be subjected
to excessive shock, vibration, dirt, moisture, and/or oil. The
ambient temperature of the area should be between 30º F and
130º F (Series 82 & 86), 30º F and 150º F (Series 88).
2.3
Mounting (Series 82, 86, 88)
Panel Mounting, External Setpoint: Open-faced circuit board with
or without mounting snap-track, should be mounted in a suitable
approved enclosure to maintain Agency Approvals.
1. Remove knob with small screwdriver and take off the nut
holding the scale to the potentiometer.
2. Mount potentiometer through a 3⁄8” hole in your panel; put
scale over shaft and tighten nut.
3. Turn shaft counterclockwise until it stops.
4. Now put knob back on and line up its indicating mark with the
arrow on scale.
5. Tighten knob. The unit is now aligned.
Metal Mounting Case:
1. Remove the two screws holding the cover. Remove the cover.
2. Carefully spread the plastic holding track and remove the
circuit board.
3. Mount the base and plastic track with the appropriate
hardware (not supplied) through the two 11⁄64” dia.
mounting holes.
4. Replace circuit board by aligning one side in track and then
gently press in the opposite side. Replace the cover and
cover screws after wiring.
2.4
Wiring
Consult the wiring diagrams on page 4. The unit can be operated
with 120/240V 50/60 Hz line voltage. Be certain that the correct
voltage is applied to the proper terminals. Cooling loads can be
driven from the Normally Closed terminal. There is no fusing on
the circuit board, therefore to prevent damage to the control
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Series 86/88 Wiring & Mounting
120 Volt Units
Height = 1 11⁄16”
3 5/32"
HOT
Common
T/C
Normally Closed
JUMPER
Normally Open
37/64"
240 Volt
HEATER
120 Volt
NEUTRAL
Line
4 5/8"
6"
Series 86/88 Wiring & Mounting
240 Volt Units
Height = 1 11⁄16”
3 5/32"
L1
Common
T/C
Normally Closed
JUMPER
Normally Open
37/64"
240 Volt
HEATER
120 Volt
L2
Line
4 5/8"
6"
Notes:
1.
2.
3.
Model 86 is shown. Model 88 uses push-on connectors instead of
terminal blocks.
For cooling application use Normally Closed in place of Normally
Open.
Models 82 and 83 have different terminal location than models 86
and 88.
Series 86 only:
11/64" DIA. MOUNTING HOLES
(2 PLACES / BOTTOM)
11/32"
5 5/8"
2 11/16"
NOTE: With Reset
Button on "L"
Limit Control
7"
7/8" DIA.
CONDUIT KO
(2 PLACES)
1 21/32"
3 5/16"
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circuitry and load relay, the customer must provide adequate fusing. Separate fusing for the control circuitry and load relay is preferred, however a single fuse is acceptable. Proper segregation
must be provided between the Class 2 thermocouple /RTD input,
potentiometer and the Class 1 circuits. Wiring should be in compliance with local and National Electrical Codes.
2.5 Thermocouple Placement
Proper thermocouple placement can eliminate many problems in
the system. The probe should be placed so that it can detect any
temperature change with little thermal lag. In a process that
requires fairly constant heat output, the probe should be placed
close to the heater. In processes where heat demand is variable,
the probe should be close to the work area. Some experimenting
with probe location will provide optimum results. Thermocouple
extension wire must be of sufficient size so that on long runs the
thermocouple circuit resistance does not exceed 100 ohms.
Section 3 Operation / Maintenance
3.1 Operation
After all connections are completed, adjust the Setpoint Knob to
the desired temperature and apply line voltage. Adjust the Band
Potentiometer as per section 3.3. If Proportional operation has
been selected, the output will cycle on and off continuously. If OnOff mode has been selected, the output will change state only as
temperature varies around the setpoint.
3.2 Limit Control
Adjust the Setpoint Knob to the desired limit temperature. Apply
power and press the Manual Reset Button. The Control Relay is
now energized, the normally open and common contacts closed.
When the process temperature being monitored by the limit thermocouple reaches the set value, the limit relay will change state
and latch in that state until the monitored temperature falls below
the setpoint and the Manual Reset Button is depressed. An option
is available to provide automatic reset of the limit upon application
of control power.
3.3 Adjustments
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The Band adjustment allows the control mode to be Proportional
to On-Off.
For processes requiring very accurate control, adjust the MODE
Potentiometer clockwise in the Proportional sector until the
process temperature oscillations just stop.
For processes requiring very accurate control, adjust the MODE
Potentiometer clockwise in the
Proportional sector until the
process temperature oscillations
just stop.
For processes such as mechanical
refrigeration systems, fans, solenoid valves, and wherever
continuous cycling would be detrimental to the load handler, On-Off
control should be used. Adjusting the Band Potentiometer counterclockwise
from its center of travel provides On-Off control. The amount of hysteresis
(differential) is increased with further counterclockwise
adjustments of the Band Potentiometer. Adjustment here
provides a compromise between tight temperature control
and minimum cycling of the load handler.
Band Adjustments
Note: The unit needs to be
turned upside-down to
match graphic.
3.4 Maintenance
1. Keep the controller clean and protect it from dirt, water, and corrosive
fumes.
2. Periodically recheck electrical connections
3. If relay problems are seen, return for repair.
WARNING
Applying incorrect voltage will damage controller.
Shorted heaters or wires can damage the relay.
For maximum protection, fuse incoming
power lines with a quick-acting fuse.
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Section 4
Troubleshooting
Prior to checking controller operation, insure system peripherals
are functional as follows:
• Wiring: Circuit correctly wired
• Thermocouple: Correct type, continuity ok
• Line voltage: Within specification
• Load handler: Functional
Note: When lit, the LED display only indicates output activation.
4.1
Troubleshooting Steps
1.
Connect simulated sensor input, as follows:
Millivolt input: thermocouple units
Resistance bridge: RTD units
2. Disconnect AC wiring (except for “T” output) from load terminal before
connecting output measurement device:
“B” output
Ohmmeter
“T” outputAC Voltmeter. Controller output connected
to load device and power supply (see pg 4).
“S” output
DC Voltmeter
“F” outputDC Milliammeter
3. Adjust the MODE Potentiometer fully counterclockwise.
4. Connect and apply line voltage.
5. Adjust setpoint to mid-range.
6. Adjust the simulated sensor input to below setpoint and
observe output on; calling for heat.
7. Adjust the simulated sensor input to above setpoint and
observe output off; not calling for heat.
8. If no output state change in steps 6 & 7, possible:
Defective output device
Defective controller electronics
9. Call Athena Controls technical support 1-800-782-6776 for
assistance and, if needed, return instructions.
10. Return controller to an authorized service center for
electronics repairs.
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Two-Year Limited Warranty
THIS EQUIPMENT IS WARRANTED TO BE FREE FROM DEFECTS OF MATERIAL
AND WORKMANSHIP. IT IS SOLD SUBJECT TO OUR MUTUAL AGREEMENT THAT
THE LIABILITY OF ATHENA CONTROLS, INCORPORATED IS TO REPLACE OR
REPAIR THIS EQUIPMENT AT ITS FACTORY, PROVIDED THAT IT IS RETURNED
WITH TRANSPORTATION PREPAID WITHIN TWO (2) YEARS OF ITS PURCHASE.
THE PURCHASER AGREES THAT ATHENA CONTROLS, INCORPORATED ASSUMES
NO LIABILITY UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES FOR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES
RESULTING FROM ITS USE OR FROM IMPROPER HANDLING OR PACKAGING OF
SHIPMENTS RETURNED TO THE FACTORY.
COMPONENTS WHICH WEAR OR WHICH ARE DAMAGED BY MISUSE ARE NOT
WARRANTED. THESE INCLUDE CONTACT POINTS, FUSES, ELECTROMECHANICAL RELAYS, AND TRIACS. UNITS WHICH HAVE BEEN MODIFIED BY A CUSTOMER IN ANY WAY ARE NOT WARRANTED.
Other than those expressly stated herein, THERE ARE NO OTHER WARRANTIES
OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, AND SPECIFICALLY EXCLUDED BUT NOT
BY WAY OF LIMITATION, ARE THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF FITNESS FOR A
PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND MERCHANTABILITY.
IT IS UNDERSTOOD AND AGREED THE SELLER’S LIABILITY WHETHER IN
CONTRACT, IN TORT, UNDER ANY WARRANTY, IN NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE
SHALL NOT EXCEED THE RETURN OF THE AMOUNT OF THE PURCHASE PRICE
PAID BY THE PURCHASER AND UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES SHALL SELLER BE
LIABLE FOR SPECIAL, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES.
THE PRICE STATED FOR THE EQUIPMENT IS A CONSIDERATION IN LIMITING
SELLER’S LIABILITY. NO ACTION, REGARDLESS OF FORM, ARISING OUT OF THE
TRANSACTIONS OF THIS AGREEMENT MAY BE BROUGHT BY PURCHASER MORE
THAN ONE YEAR AFTER THE CAUSE OF ACTION HAS ACCRUED.
SELLER’S MAXIMUM LIABILITY SHALL NOT EXCEED AND BUYER’S REMEDY IS
LIMITED TO EITHER (i) REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT OF THE DEFECTIVE PART OR
PRODUCT, OR AT SELLER’S OPTION (ii) RETURN OF THE PRODUCT AND REFUND
OF THE PURCHASE PRICE, AND SUCH REMEDY SHALL BE BUYER’S ENTIRE AND
EXCLUSIVE REMEDY. THE SPECIFICATIONS PUT FORTH IN THIS MANUAL ARE
SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE.
Authorized Athena Service Centers
Athena Controls, Inc.
5145 Campus Drive
Plymouth Meeting, PA 19462
610-828-2490
Athena Controls, Inc.
1640 E. Acorn Lane
Glendora, CA 91740
818-963-5045
Allied Instrument Service
3136 Clarence Avenue
Berwyn, IL 60402
708-788-1912
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For free technical assistance in the U.S.,
call toll free 1-800-782-6776 or
email [email protected]
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Tel: 610-828-2490 • Fax: 610-828-7084 • [email protected] • athenacontrols.com
900M005U01 “C”
CRYOGENIC EXPERTS, INC.
World Wide Web http://www.cexi.com E-mail [email protected]
Toll Free 1-800-FOR CEXI
Phone (805) 981-4500
Facsimile (805) 981-4501
CEXI ELECTRIC VAPORIZER
CEXI MODEL NUMBER 480C-75-1.0-CO2-HPLTCO
Job No. 120604
Date: August 22, 2012
I.
Installation Instructions
1.
Set heater on level concrete base and anchor holes provided in the base angles.
2.
Connect Process fluid lines to inlet and outlet connections. CAUTION: Be sure inlet is
connected to inlet and outlet is connected to outlet; improper connections will damage
equipment and void warranty. Bubble check all connections at 1.25 times the rated working
pressure of the system.
NOTE: All fittings that are painted red are to be discarded. The fittings are installed
on the unit to allow the unit to be purged to maintain the cleanliness of the unit
during shipping and storage. The red fittings are low grade fittings that are not
meant to be used at the pressure.
3.
II.
Connect electric power to line terminals of disconnect switch. CAUTION: Be sure voltage
supply agrees with nameplate rating on equipment. Connect a 480 vac, 3 phase, 125 amp,
60 Hz, power supply to the top of the circuit breaker. If the unit is placed outdoors, we
strongly recommend that the connections through the box be made through the side or the
bottom of the box to reduce the possibility of water entering the electrical enclosure.
Operating Instructions
1.
General Description:
A.
Temperature controllers - these monitor the outlet gas temperature. If the gas
temperature is above or below set point, the temperature controller will either turn
the heaters off if the gas temperature is above set point, or turn the heaters on if the
gas temperature is below the set point. There are two temperature controllers that
each control a single contactor that supplies the power to a 15KW section of the
heater casting assembly. A third contactor is shared with both temperature
controllers and supplies power to a 45KW section. The sensors for the temperature
controllers are thermocouples that are located in small thermowells in the outlet gas
tubing of the casting assembly. The thermowells are installed up inside the casting
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assembly so that the thermocouple can control the unit whether or not there is gas
flow.
B.
Low Temp Cut Off System - this consists of two parts. A temperature controller
similar to the outlet gas temperature controller and an outlet ball valve assembly.
This temperature controller monitors the gas temperature of the outlet header. If the
gas temperature is too low, it will close a solenoid/ball valve valve.
C.
Casting Assembly - this is the heat transfer section of the unit. It is made up of
alternating tube and heater castings. The heater plates have precision machined
faces that allow the heat to be transferred from the heater plate to the tube plate. A
heat transfer compound is used between the plates to enhance the heat transfer.
High Temp Cut Off Switches - these are small round switches that will shut off the
heater if the heater plate temperature exceeds 2000F. The switches will
automatically reset once the heater plate cools to approximately 1800F. The
switches are wired in series with the contactor and are normally closed. The
switches open on temperature rise.
D.
2.
Initial Check Out: The temperature controllers are set at factory at approximately correct
setting for normal operation, however it is advisable to test controller settings before
putting the equipment into service. The following is the recommended test procedure
before starting flow of gas.
A.
Turn the circuit breaker disconnect switch to the ON position. When the unit has
power the green (Power on) light will illuminate.
B.
Turn ON/OFF control switch to the ON position. The contactor enabled light,
(amber), will illuminate if the temperature of the unit is below the temperature set
on the temperature controllers.
C.
The set point on the controllers was set at 70oF at the factory. The unit has a total
of 3 temperature controllers installed in the unit.
1. The main controllers are TC1 and TC2. These controllers are the controllers
that monitor the outlet gas temperature and turn the heaters on to maintain the
desired outlet gas temperature - these controllers should both be set at 70oF.
2. The 3rd controller - monitors the outlet gas temperature and will close the
solenoid valve in the event the outlet gas temperature drops below the set point
set on the LTCO controller. This controller should be set at approximately
25oF.
3. To make sure that the temperature controllers are working properly, turn the
dial of the pot assemblies up and down and the contactor should turn on and off.
Increasing the temperature controller setpoint should cause the contactor pull in
(there will be an audible clunk as the contactor pulls in). If the contactor is
pulled in by one temperature controller, the other will not have an affect, so
check one temperature controller at a time. Turn one up then turn back down,
then repeat the check with the other temperature controller.
4. Do the same with the LTCO pot and the solenoid/ball valve should open and
close. Turning the LTCO temperature controller to a higher set point, should
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cause the solenoid valve to close. Turning to a lower set point should cause the
solenoid valve to open.
D.
Start flow of gas. Check discharge gas temperature. If gas temperature is to low,
adjust the controller set point up 2 or 3oF at a time until gas temperature stabilizes
to desired temperature. If the gas temperature is too high, lower the temperature
setting until the gas temperature is at the desired temperature.
E.
For maximum heater life and best operation, the discharge gas should be as cold as
possible and still remain compatible with the user's needs. The unit is designed to
deliver 70oF gas so the heaters will run around 90-100oF. These heaters should not
be operated at temperatures above 125oF (unless specifically ordered to deliver a
higher temperature gas).
3.
The heaters are powered by a contactor. The contactor is given a signal from the
temperature controllers to energize the heaters. The temperature controller senses the
temperature of the outlet gas temperature with a type “T” Thermocouple.
4.
The two temperature controllers - TC1 and TC2 - control the heater assembly. These two
controllers should be set at the same set point to keep the heat load even in the casting. It is
also important to note that if a Thermocouple needs to be replaced, it must be installed
exactly where it came from or the unit may not control the temperature properly.
5.
High temperature safety switches (HTCO)'s are mounted on top of the heater castings to
prevent overheating in case of temperature controller failure. The HTCO's are connected in
series with the contactor that controls the heaters on which the HTCO’s are mounted.
These switches have a setting of 200oF, and will shut off power anytime casting
temperature exceeds 200oF. These switches will reset automatically when casting cool to
approximately 180oF. If one of the HTCO's trip out, the contactor will drop out and the
heaters will be shut off.
6.
Operation: The following sequence should be followed for normal operation.
A.
Turn the power on to the unit
B.
Turn on the circuit breaker on the unit
C.
Turn on the ON / OFF Switch
D.
Check the set points on the temperature controllers
E.
Start the flow of gas through the unit.
F.
The unit is now in operation.
G.
In normal operation it is best to leave the power on to the unit at all times. This
allows the unit to stay warm all the time - keeping the heaters dry. The power
consumption will be very minimal during stand by conditions.
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Specifications
Model 480C-75-1.0-CO2 –HPLTCO
Direct to Process Electric Vaporizer
Flow
1875 lb. per hour
Mawp
1000 psig
Fluid
Liquid CO2
Inlet Temp
0°F
Outlet Temp
70°F
Operating Press
700 psig
Pressure Drop
10 to 15 psig at 700 psig and full rated flow
Fluid Passages
304 Stainless Steel
Power Required
480 vac, 125amps, 3 phase, 50/60 htz
Kilowatts
75
Inlet Conn.
1" male pipe thread
Outlet Conn.
1" female pipe thread
The unit includes the following
1.
NEMA 4 Electrical Enclosure
2.
Circuit breaker type disconnect with door interlock
3.
Aluminum casting assembly with replaceable heater castings
4.
Control circuit transformer
5.
Control circuit breaker
6.
Control circuit on off switch
7.
Power on light
8.
Contactor on light
9.
Iron base
10.
Casting High Temperature Safety Switches
11.
Outlet Gas Temperature Controllers - Zoned Temperature Control
12.
Power Contactor
13.
Casting Temperature Controllers
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CRYOGENIC EXPERTS, INC.
531 Sandy Circle, El Rio, CA 93036 Toll Free-800-FOR CEXI
World Wide Web http://www.cexi.com E.mail: [email protected]
Phone (805) 981-4500
Facsimile (805) 981-4501
Troubleshooting
Athena Series 80 Thermocouple Controller
I.
Controller is chattering
A. Check the proportional band setting – rotate the proportional adjustment all the way
counterclockwise to make sure that the controller is acting as an on off controller and not a
proportional controller.
B. Check the controller operation –
1. Remove the thermocouple form the terminals on the board
2. Short the terminals on the board
3. Rotate the potentiometer around the 70*F mark. The controller should turn on and off.
Once the controller turns on, it should stay on. If the controller stays on, the controller is
OK. If the controller continues to chatter it is bad and needs to be replaced.
C. Check the thermocouple
1. The thermocouple should be an ungrounded junction type “T” thermocouple.
a. Check the thermocouple leads to the sheath and make sure that ether is no
connection
2. Check the thermocouple connections to the board – make sure that the thermocouple is
making good contact with the terminals on the board (This will normally cause a slow
cycling of the controller.
3. Make sure that the thermocouple is not running parallel to any AC wires because this
could cause an AC signal to bleed into the thermocouple circuit causing the controller to
chatter
SECTION
5
AE/CE INDUSTRIAL CONTROL TRANSFORMERS
FUSE KITS & ACCESSORIES
CATALOG NUMBER
VA
DESCRIPTION
APPROX. SHIPPING WT. (Lbs./ Kg.)
PL-79920
50-750
Fuse Kit: Primary Fuse Block EIC Series
(2 Class CC Blocks)
1.0 (0.5)
PL-79921
150-750
Fuse Kit: Primary & Secondary Fuse Block EIC Series
(2 Class CC and 1 Midget Blocks)
1.0 (0.5)
PL-79922
50-750
Fuse Kit: Primary Fuse Block EIC Series
CE Listed w/ Covers (2 Class CC Blocks)
1.0 (0.5)
Fuse Kit: Primary & Secondary Fuse Block EIC Series
CE Listed w/ Covers (2 Class CC and 1 Midget Blocks)
1.0 (0.5)
Fuse Kit: Secondary Fuse 1/4” x 1-1/4” w/ARM
1.0 (0.5)
PL-79923
150-750
PL-79924
PL-79925
50 – 350
Cover: Small Terminal Covers (Qty. 2)
1.0 (0.5)
PL-79926
500 & 750
Cover: Large Terminal Covers (Qty. 2)
1.0 (0.5)
Cover: Fuse Block Covers (Qty. 1)
1.0 (0.5)
PL-79928
50 – 350
Link: Small Jumper Links (Qty. 2)
1.0 (0.5)
PL-79929
500 & 750
Link: Large Jumper Links (Qty. 2)
1.0 (0.5)
PL-79930
50 – 350
Fuse Kit: Secondary Fuse Midget w/ARM
1.0 (0.5)
PL-79931
500 & 750
Fuse Kit: Secondary Fuse Midget w/ARM
1.0 (0.5)
PL-79927
AE & CE Series Wiring Diagrams
WIRING FOR AE02 & CE02
WIRING FOR AE01 & CE01
H1
H1 H3 H2 H4
H1
H2
H1 H3
H2
H3
H4
480V
460
440
480
460
440
240
230
220
H2 H4
H4
H3
120V
240V
WIRING FOR AE03 & CE03
H1
H1
240V
230
220
H1 H3 H2 H4
208
200
WIRING FOR CE04
H1 H3
H4
H3
415
400
H2 H4
H2
H3
H2
H4
380
25
24
23
X2
X4
120
115
110
24V
X1
24V
X3
H2
H3
600V
575
480V 550
460 500
416V 440
400
380
240V
230
220
208
H5
480V
460
440
H1 H3 H2 H4
H1
WIRING FOR AE07
H1 H3
H2
H3
H1
X3
X2
99V
95
91
85
H2
230V
120V
115
110
240V
230
220
H3
H2
X2
115V
X2
X2
H4
H3
480V
460
440
460V
H4
X1
220V
H4
H2 H4
X1
X4 X2 X3
WIRING FOR AE12
H1
240V
230
220
X3 X1
110V
X1
208V
120V
115
130V 110
125 100
120
110
X4
H4
X2
X1
WIRING FOR AE06 & CE06
WIRING FOR AE05 & CE05
H1
X2
X3
X2
X4 X2
600V
575
550
100V
95
90
120V
115
110
X1
X1
X3
X1
X1
AE & CE Series Dimensional Drawings
B
E
F
A
D
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ELIMINATOR™ 2000 CWP
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THREADED END BALL
VALVE
The Eliminator ball valve, brings you the performance
and design features you've been looking for – all in a
single, low-cost valve.
The Eliminator ball valve is available in 1/4" – 2" (DN 8
– 50) sizes in two versions. The first is rated by the
traditional approach for threaded end valves. This
approach determines Cold Working Pressure (CWP)
based on paragraph UG101 of the ASME Boiler and
Pressure Vessel Code. Accordingly, the CWP of this
series is as follows:
Valve Size
inches
DN
1/4" – 2"
8 – 50
CWP Rating
psi
bar
2000
138
The second version is rated according to ANSI Standard
B16.34.This rugged ANSI design meets all of the requirements of ANSI B16.34 and may be used in ANSI piping
systems without compromising ANSI piping codes.
■
Polymeric flexible lip-seat design offers tight shut-off
in either direction and extended cycle life with
minimum maintenance.
■
Available to meet ANSI Class 600 standards per
B16.34, B31.1, B31.3, B31.4 and API 608.
Fire-Tested
■
Fire-Tite® valves meet API 607,Edition 4 requirements.
■
ANSI Class valves meet API 598 requirements.
NEW FEATURES AND BENEFITS
■
New stem seal system is live loaded and engineered
to assure long sealing life - patent pending.
■
ISO 5211 Bonnet for global conformity.
■
CE Marking option.
■
New stainless steel linkage for VPVL, ERV, ER and EU
actuators has a guided coupling to align topworks
during assembly and eliminate side load stress on
stem seals for long life, clean environment and
reduced maintenance.
The ratings are as follows:
Valve Size
inches
DN
1/4" – 2"
8 – 50
ANSI
Class
600
CWP Rating
psi
bar
1480
102
Both designs are available in carbon and stainless
steel and are rated for steam applications with
Xtreme® (X), PTFE (T), UHMW Polyethylene (U), and
Delrin® (R) seats.
Reliable Bi-Directional
Shutoff
New Xtreme seat provides
longer life, expanded performance boundaries and
greater value.
Rugged Valve/Actuator Interface Simplifies
Automation
■
Jamesbury® actuators and linkage support up to a
200 lb. load in any direction without causing actuator
misalignment and consequent stem seal leakage.
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FEATURES
■
Bulletin B101-2EN
This ball valve's unique design incorporates large ports,
fire-test specifications, rugged actuator mounting and
flexible-lip seats for application versatility that surpasses
other low-cost ball valves.
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All constructions conform to MSS SP25
marking requirements
Handle with slide lock
ISO bonnet pad for simplified
mounting of actuators
Live loaded stem seal includes
(3) compression zones for
exceptional life cycle
Graphite secondary seal for
Fire-Tite valves
ANSI version end cap
is seal welded
Flexible lip seats compensate for
changing pressure and temperature
ANSI and API versions have a
permanently attached stainless steel nameplate
Full length pipe threads to
ANSI B1.20.1 assures sealing
XTREME PERFORMANCE & VALUE
Xtreme seats provide longer life, expanded performance boundaries and the greatest possible value. Xtreme is a unique
material that resulted from a technological breakthrough in our polymer research lab. The material is a fluoropolymer
based blend, proprietary to Jamesbury that provides superior quarter turn valve performance.
Valve Seat Ratings
Valve Body Ratings
These ratings are based on differential pressure with valve
in the fully closed position and refer to seats only. Refer to
valve body ratings to be sure that all components are
satisfactory for the application.
These are maximum working pressure ratings of the valve
body only. Valves in carbon steel are suitable for service to
-20˚F (-29˚C), valves in 316 stainless steel to -60˚F (51˚C)
(to -40˚F with Delrin® seats). The preceding seat ratings
determine the practical pressure limit. Ratings are at -20˚F
to +100˚F (-29˚C to +38˚C).
1 /4" – 2" (DN 8 – 50) Standard Port
-50
0
Temperature ˚C
50 100 150 200 250 300
150
2000
Maximum Differential Pressure, psi
1600
100
1400
1200
1000
800
50
X
Saturated
Steam
600
400
U
200
0
-60 0
-20
R
T
Valve
Size
inches
125
20
Maximum Differential Pressure, bar
Low
temperature
limit for
carbon steel
1800
1/4" – 2"
Valve
Size
DN
8 – 50
100 200 300 400 500 600
Temperature ˚F
X-Xtreme
T-PTFE
R-Delrin
U-UHMW Polyethylene
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Working Pressure Rating - psi
Carbon Steel
Stainless Steel
ANSI Rated CWP Rated ANSI Rated CWP Rated
1480
2000
1440
2000
Working Pressure Rating - bar
Carbon Steel
Stainless Steel
ANSI Rated CWP Rated ANSI Rated CWP Rated
102
138
99
138
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Jamesbury 'The Ultimate Process Automation Package'
for VPVL Pneumatic Actuators, ERV, EU and ER Electric Actuators
Fully guided stem, coupling
and precision bracket
assures optimum form, fit
and performance
Compression plate and disc
springs to accomodate thermal
and pressure cycles.
Patent pending stem seal has 3
engineered sealing zones to
provide multiple barriers for long
term sealing.
3
2
3
2
1
1
Automation Performance and Value
Eliminator valves combined with Jamesbury actuators,
network capable valve monitors and communication
devices offer a total value and performance package.
Available with pneumatic Valv-Powr VPVL actuators, ERV,
EU and ER electric actuators and with StoneL Legacy
digital monitors or VCTs, the packages have a wide range
of applications.Visit our website at www.jamesbury.com.
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DIMENSIONS
4 Holes øL on a
øM Bolt Circle
K
S
17
1
2
ØR
16
25
19
26
4
20
29
8
31
J
Seal Weld *
H
24
NON Fire-Tite
D
13
F
Across
Hex. Flats
E
Port Dia.
7
13
Fire-Tite
5
5
3
G
6
B
22
A
*ANSI CLASS VALVES ONLY
Valve
Size
Inches
1/4
3/8
1/2
3/4
1
1-1/4
1-1/2
2
Valve
Size
DN
08
10
15
20
25
30
40
50
APPROXIMATE DIMENSIONS - inches
A
B
D
E
F
G
H
J
K
L
M
R
S
ISO BONNET
2.16
2.16
2.62
3.00
3.55
4.00
4.38
5.50
1.13
1.13
1.34
1.50
1.78
2.00
2.19
2.75
1.06
1.06
1.06
1.22
1.65
1.78
2.08
2.26
0.43
0.43
0.50
0.69
0.88
1.00
1.25
1.50
1.13
1.13
1.13
1.38
1.75
2.00
2.31
2.81
1.2
1.2
1.2
1.6
2.0
2.3
2.7
3.1
1.63
1.63
1.63
1.79
2.58
2.71
3.30
3.49
2.36
2.36
2.36
2.52
3.29
3.42
4.27
4.46
5.00
5.00
5.00
5.00
7.50
7.50
8.25
8.25
M5
M5
M5
M5
M5
M5
M6
M6
1.42
1.42
1.42
1.42
1.65
1.65
1.97
1.97
0.31
0.31
0.31
0.31
0.50
0.50
0.63
0.63
0.18
0.18
0.18
0.18
0.31
0.31
0.37
0.37
F03
F03
F03
F03
F04
F04
F05
F05
APPROXIMATE DIMENSIONS - mm
A
B
D
E
F
G
H
J
K
L
M
R
S
ISO BONNET
55
55
67
76
90
102
111
140
29
29
34
38
45
51
56
70
27
27
27
31
42
45
53
57
11
11
13
18
22
25
32
38
29
29
29
35
44
51
59
71
31
31
31
41
51
59
69
79
41
41
41
45
65
69
84
89
60
60
60
64
84
87
108
113
127
127
127
127
190
190
210
210
M5
M5
M5
M5
M5
M5
M6
M6
36
36
36
36
42
42
50
50
08
08
08
08
13
13
16
16
05
05
05
05
08
08
09
09
F03
F03
F03
F03
F04
F04
F05
F05
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Approx.
Weight
lbs.
1.0
1.0
1.0
2.0
3.0
4.0
5.5
7.5
Approx.
Weight
kg
.4
.4
.4
.9
1.3
1.8
2.5
3.4
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BILL OF MATERIALS AND PARTS LIST
Body Material
Part No.
Part Name
Carbon Steel (22)
316 Stainless Steel (36)
1
Body
Carbon steel ASTM A216 Type WCB
316 Stainless steel ASTM A351 Type CF8M
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
13
16
17
19
20
22
25
26
29
31
Body Cap
Ball
Stem
Seat
Body Seal
Secondary Stem Seal
Stem Seal
Stem Bearing
Hex Nut
Handle
Lock Washer
Compression Plate
Identification Tag†
Socket Cap Screw
Handle Stop Spacer
Hex Cap Screw
Disc Springs*
Carbon steel ASTM A216 Type WCB
316 Stainless steel ASTM A351 Type CF8M
316 Stainless steel
316 Stainless steel or 17-4 PH Stainless steel
PTFE, Xtreme, Delrin #, UHMW polyethylene, as specified
TFM, UHMWPE (w/UHMWPE seats)
Graphite**
PTFE, TFM® (Xtreme seated valves), UHMWPE (w/UHMWPE seats)
PTFE (w/PTFE or Delrin seats), Filled PTFE (w/Xtreme seats), UHMWPE (w/UHMWPE seats)
316 Stainless steel
Carbon steel (Zinc plated)
300 Series Stainless steel
300 Series Stainless steel
316 Stainless steel (Monel® if chlorine)
316 Stainless steel
316 Stainless steel
316 Stainless steel
316 Stainless steel (Monel if chlorine or NACE)
17-7 PH Stainless steel
* Item 31 not applicable for special service "N"
** Item 7 not applicable in non Fire-Tite valves.
# Requires 17-4 PH stem
† ANSI Valves
ACCESSORIES
Bonnet Extension
SE-084, 085 & 086
Round Handles
4” (102 mm) bonnet extensions are
available for applications that require
insulated pipe, particularly useful for
automated products, bonnet extension
can also be used to prevent interference between actuators and companion pipelines and equipment. They are
ideal as extension that require locking
lever or locking oval handle capability.
Stainless steel construction offers the
option of using the bonnet extension
to enhance the carbon steel stem
extension (SE-093, 094 & 095) offerings.
Optional round handles
available. To order handles
separately, specify the part
number shown in the accessories table below.
Valve Size
Standard Bore
1/4 – 1/2 (8 – 15)
3/4 (20)
1 (25)
1-1/4 (30)
1-1/2 (40)
2 (50)
Bonnet Ext.*
Stem Ext.
SE-084
SE-084
SE-085
SE-085
SE-086
SE-086
SE-093
SE-093
SE-094
SE-094
SE-095
SE-095
A
Centerline of Valve
Oval handles
with slide-lock
H
4” (102 mm)
Optional oval handle saves
space and may be padlocked to retain the valve in
the open or closed position.
A
Centerline of Valve
Stem Extensions
SE-093, 094 & 095
A standard 4" (102 mm) stem extension is offered for improved accessibility, particularly when used in insulated
pipelines. Stem extension kits can be
ordered factory-mounted or shipped
separately for field mounting.
H
Stainless steel linkages for
Jamesbury ISO Actuators
4” (102 mm)
• Self aligning
• Engineered for optimum
stem seal performance
Accessories Table - inches (DN/mm)
Round/Oval Handle
Locking Oval
Round
Dimension A Dimension H
112-0108-30
112-0105-30
4.00 (101.6)
2.96 (75.2)
112-0108-30
112-0105-30
4.00 (101.6)
3.11 (79.0)
112-0109-30
112-0106-30
4.50 (114.3)
3.70 (94.0)
112-0109-30
112-0106-30
4.50 (114.3)
3.83 (97.3)
112-0110-30
112-0107-30
5.75 (146.0)
4.75 (120.7)
112-0110-30
112-0107-30
5.75 (146.0)
4.94 (125.5)
* For valves with Delrin® seats, use bonnet extension SE-084, SE-085, SE-86
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Allowable Max. Torque FT•LBS
Round
Oval
9 (14)
9 (14)
9 (14)
9 (14)
18 (25)
18 (25)
18 (25)
18 (25)
25 (34)
25 (34)
25 (34)
25 (34)
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VALVE TORQUE DATA
These torque charts for Eliminator valves are to be used as a
guide for actuator selection. Additional requirements may
be imposed by media characteristics, trim, and frequency
of valve operation. For clean lubricating fluid service,
required torque of Xtreme (X), and PTFE (T) seated valves
only may be reduced 20% when the valve is equipped with
corrosion resistant trim. For difficult services such as slurries
and semi-solids, and for oxygen, increase values by 50%.
If in doubt, select the larger actuator.
Torque output values and actuator selection tables for the
different types of Jamesbury actuators are contained in
the bulletins listed on Page 7.
Xtreme (X) Seated Standard-Port Valves
Maximum Differential Pressure — bar
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
100
60
50
40
N
2" (D
30
50)
50
)
(DN 40
1-1/2"
20
(DN
1-1/4"
30)
10
8
25)
1" (DN
6
5
4
N 20)
3/4" (D
20
10
5
d smaller
1/2" (DN 15) an
3
Recommended Actuator Torque — N•m
Recommended Actuator Torque — FT•LBS
100
80
2
0 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 900 1000 1100 1200
Maximum Differential Pressure — psi
PTFE (T) Seated Valves
10
100
)
(DN 40
1-1/2"
)
30
" (DN
50
1-1/4
30
1" (DN
25)
20
20
3/4" (DN 20)
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
10
1/2" (DN 15) and smaller
5
4
3
Recommended Actuator Torque — FT•LBS
50)
2" (DN
Recommended Actuator Torque — N•m
Recommended Actuator Torque — FT•LBS
100
90
80
70
60
50
40
3
2
1
100
100
90
80
70
60
50
40
100
50)
30
N
2" (D
20
40)
”(DN
1-1/2
30)
” (DN
1-1/4
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
N
1" (D
50
20
25)
10
0)
(DN 2
3/4”
5
4
3
2
2
Maximum Differential Pressure — bar
20
30
40
50
60
aller
nd sm
N 15) a
(D
"
/2
1
3
2
1
100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 900 1000
Maximum Differential Pressure — psi
300 500 700 900 1100 1300 1500 1700 1900
Maximum Differential Pressure — psi
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Recommended Actuator Torque — N•m
Delrin Seated Valves
Maximum Differential Pressure — bar
20
40
60
80
100
120
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VALVE TORQUE DATA (CONTINUED)
UHMW (U) Polyethylene Seated Standard Port Valves
100
80
60
50
40
2" (DN 50)
50
30
1-1/2"(DN 40)
20
1-1/4" (DN 30)
1" (DN 25)
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
20
3/4" (DN 20)
r
) and smalle
1/2" (DN 15
10
5
Recommended Actuator Torque — N•m
Recommended Actuator Torque — FT•LBS
Maximum Differential Pressure — bar
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
3
2
0 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 900 1000 1100
Maximum Differential Pressure — psi
Actuators
For further information on actuators for Eliminator valves,
see the following:
Metso Automation offers a full line of integrally designed
actuators for automated systems or for easier control of
inaccessible or remote valves. Pneumatic actuators that
include double-acting and spring-return piston, vane and
rack and pinion units, spring-diaphragm types, and electric
actuators are available for all valves. Electric actuators are
available in both watertight and hazardous location models.
Type
Bulletin
Spring Diaphragm Rotary Actuators
Double Opposed Piston Actuators
Electric Actuators
Type ERV Electric Actuators
A110-4
A111-3
A120-3
A121-2
STANDARDS AND SPECIFICATIONS
Eliminator valves are available in types that meet the following industry specifications.
Specification
ANSI B1.20.1
ANSI B16.11
ANSI B16.34
ANSI B31.2
ANSI B31.4
API 598
API 607
Edition 4
Specification
Description
Pipe Threads
Steel Fitting Socket Welding and Thread
Valves-Flanged and Buttwelding Ends
Gas Piping
Liquid Petroleum Piping
Valve Inspection and Testing
Fire Test for Soft-seated Valves
(Div. of Refining)
API 608
MSS SP-25
MSS SP-55
NACE
MR-0103-2003
Flow Data
The table below provides flow coefficients of reduced port
Eliminator valves.The Cv values represent the flow of water
at +60˚F through the valve in gallons per minute at a
pressure drop of 1 psi.The metric equivalent, Kv, is the flow
of water at 16˚C through the valve in cubic meters per
hour at a pressure drop of 1kg/cm2. To convert Cv to Kv
multiply by 0.8569.
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Description
Metal Ball Valves, Flanged, Threaded
and Welded End
Standard Marking System for Valves
Quality Standard for Steel Fittings
for Valves
Materials Resistant to Sulfide Stress
Cracking in Corrosive Petroleum
Refining Environments
Valve Size
inches
1/4
3/8
1/2
3/4
1
1-1/4
1-1/2
2
DN
8
10
15
20
25
30
40
50
Cv
6
10
13
33
44
46
95
111
Equivalent length
of pipe - ft.
.33
.61
1.5
1.1
2.1
8.4
4.5
12.0
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HOW TO ORDER ELIMINATOR BALL VALVES
To specify a valve select the body style, the combination of body and trim material and the proper seat material for the
application.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
1-1/2
9F
A
-
22
36
XT
B
Example: This example is for a 1-1/2" Fire-Tite ANSI Class 600 NPT ball valve constructed of carbon steel body, stainless
steel ball and stem, Xtreme seats, TFM seals, Model Code B.
Valve Size
1
1/4
3/8
1/2
3/4
1
1-1/4
1-1/2
2
inches
1/4
3/8
1/2
3/4
1
1-1/4
1-1/2
2
2
Valve Size & Configuration
9F*
9N
Fire-Tite Standard
Non Fire-Tite
3
Pressure Class Conformance
A*
B
M**
DN
8
10
15
20
25
30
40
50
4
–
O
N
C
V
VC
TG
STGR
5
22
36
ANSI Class
Non-ANSI-Class
ANSI Class with Metric Nameplate
* For seal welded valves specify ANSI Class (A) in box 3.
** Valves larger than 1” (DN 25) are CE marked.
Delrin® is a registered trademark of DuPont Co.
Monel® is a registered trademark of Inco
Hastelloy® is a registered trademark of Haynes International
TFM® is a registered trademark of Dyneon Co.
Special Application/Construction or Service
Standard
Oxygen (Xtreme seats required)
NACE MR0103 (9FA with Xtreme seats only)
Chlorine (Xtreme seats required)
High Vacuum (Xtreme seats required)
High Vacuum Certified (Xtreme seats required)
Top Ground
Top & Bottom Ground
Body Material
Carbon Steel (WCB)
316 Stainless Steel (CF8M)
6
Ball & Stem Material
00
36
71
73
HB
Same material as body (Carbon steel not available)
316 Stainless Steel
Monel
Hastelloy C
316 SS Ball/17-4PH Stem
7
Seat & Seal Material
Seats
Seal (Stem & Body)
Standard Fire-Tite Options
PTFE
PTFE & TFM
Xtreme
TFM
Non Fire-Tite Options
UHMW Polyethylene
UHMW PE
Delrin (Not for ANSI or NACE, 17-4 PH stem required)
PTFE & TFM
TT
XT
UU
RT
8
Valve Model
B
Eliminator Model B
Installation Instructions, Maintenance and Operation
IMO's (Installation, Maintenance, and Operating instructions) or AMI's (Assembly, Mounting, and Installation instructions)
are shipped with the products. Additional copies of these instructions are available. Call your local Metso Automation
Distributor, or visit our web site.
Technical Documentation Change Notice
Technical Bulletins of our products are constantly being reviewed and revised. Please consult our web site
www.metsoautomation.com, for the most current information.
Metso Automation, Field Systems Division
Europe, Levytie 6, P.O.Box 310, 00811 Helsinki, Finland. Tel. int. +358 20 483 150. Fax int. +358 20 483 151
Europe (UK), 2 Lindenwood, Crockford Lane, Chineham Business Park, Basingstoke, RG24 8QY UK.Tel. int. +44 (0) 8706 061478. Fax int. +44 (0) 1256 707661
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Latin America, Av. Independência, 2500- Iporanga, 18087-101, Sorocaba-São Paulo, Brazil. Tel. int. +55 15 3235 9700. Fax int. +55 15 3235 9748/49
Asia Pacific, 238A Thomson Road, #25-09 Novena Square Tower A, 307684 Singapore. Tel. +65 6511 1011. Fax +65 6250 0830
www.jamesbury.com
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FEATURES
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Versatility
Modular designs with same body and end caps for
double-acting and spring-return reduce inventory.
Springs can be added in the field to convert doubleacting to spring-return or for changes in supply pressure.
Failure direction can be easily reversed from springto-open or spring-to-close orientation simply by
inverting the pistons.
Actuator to valve attachments comply with ISO
5211/1 and EN 12116.
Solenoid valve and accessory attachments comply
with NAMUR VDI/VDE 3845.
A wide range of optional accessories and control
devices that include limit switches, solenoid valves,
and mechanical safety lockouts are available to satisfy
virtually all automated valve requirements.
Several models of 180 degree VPVL’s are optionally
available.
High Cycle Life
Bearings on all sliding and rotating moving parts to
ensure long life.
Dual piston rack-and-pinion mechanism for simple
construction, high cycle life, and constant torque.
Hard-anodized PTFE-coated extruded aluminum
■
■
■
■
Corrosion Resistant
Hard-anodized PTFE-coated body, polyester-coated
end caps, and epoxy-coated springs, along with
internal and external stainless steel fasteners,
provide corrosion resistance in a variety of difficult
applications and environments.
Reliability
Safety-contained multi-spring design with preloaded
and heavy-duty coated springs for simpler range
versatility, greater safety, and corrosion resistance.
External adjustable stops in both directions assure
flexibility and accuracy when setting the valve in
the open and closed positions.
As an added safety feature, the external adjustment
screws are slotted.The slot will indicate the presence
of internal pressure. Pressure will begin to vent
before the adjustment screws are completely
backed out of the actuator.
SPECIFICATIONS
Maximum Supply Range: 116 psi (8 bar)
Temperature Range:
Standard
-4˚F to +175˚F (-20˚C to +80˚C)
Optional
-40˚F to +300˚F (-40˚C to +150˚C)
Rotation Adjustment:
-4˚ to +4˚; 86˚ to 94˚
Supply Media: Air, mineral-based hydraulic fluid
STANDARDS
Actuator to valve mounting: EN12116 ISO 5211/1
Actuator to solenoid mounting: Namur,VDI/VDE3845**
Actuator to accessory mounting: Namur,VDI/VDE3845*
* Except VPVL011
** Except VPVL011, 650, 700, 800
Issue 6/2005
■
Single-Source Responsibility
Valves, actuators, and accessories are designed to operate as a unit with the highest degree of compatibility.
Valves, actuators, and accessories can be supplied
completely assembled to provide unit responsibility
from a single source.
body with honed internal surface for strength and
lower coefficient of friction.
Mechanically multi-guided aluminum pistons for
precise movement, low friction, and high cycle life.
Machined teeth on piston racks and pinions for
excellent rack and pinion engagement and maximum
efficiency.
Bulletin A111-3EN
Valv-Powr – VPVL double-opposed piston actuators
combine the benefits of high cycle life, a rugged construction, and an extremely compact and symmetrical
design with a unique range of features and options.
They are specifically designed for fast efficient operation of ball, butterfly, and other rotary type valves.
jamesbury
VALV-POWR® SERIES VPVL
MODEL C DOUBLE-ACTING
AND SPRING-RETURN RACKAND-PINION COMPACT
PNEUMATIC ACTUATORS
A111-3
M E T S O A U T O M AT I O N
R E V. 6 / 0 5
ACTUATOR SELECTION
valve. For spring-return units, both the spring torque and
the air torque must be sufficient. In the event confirmation
is desired for the selection of an actuator under specific
service conditions,include full details on trim,seat materials,
and media characteristics.
To select an actuator for a particular valve and service, first
determine the maximum operating torque that will be
required from the applicable valve bulletin.Then refer to the
appropriate torque output table and select an actuator
that will, at the available supply pressure, provide a torque
output no less than the required operating torque for the
Air Volume
Actuator Model
VPVL011
DA
in.
3
Closing
Swept
Opening
Closing
Swept
in.
mm
3.1
4
1.2
50.8
65.6
20.3
1.5
38
3.4
90.1
55.5
1.97
50
9.2
5.5
9.8
18.9
31.1
10000
1526
14503
8655
10.43
15032
–
12.99
1.0
0.3
0.3
2.3
1.1
0.3
0.3
3.3
1.5
0.3
0.4
3.8
1.7
0.3
0.4
5.9
2.7
0.4
0.5
7.0
3.2
0.4
0.5
8.4
3.8
0.5
0.6
9.7
4.4
0.5
0.6
11.9
5.4
0.7
0.9
14.3
6.5
0.7
0.8
18.6
8.4
0.9
1.1
21.7
9.8
0.9
1.1
22.5
10.2
1.2
1.4
27.8
12.6
1.2
1.4
32.0
14.5
1.5
1.8
39.9
18.1
1.5
1.7
43.7
19.8
1.8
2.1
52.9
24.0
2.0
2.2
55.1
25.0
2.4
2.8
69.7
31.6
2.7
3.2
78.3
35.5
3.5
4.0
99.4
45.1
3.5
4.0
115
53
4.1
4.6
139
64
4.0
4.5
183
83
4.5
5.0
225
102
6.0
7.0
295
134
7.5
8.5
373
169
265
40000
25000
2.1
240
–
917
–
9.45
21385
528
2441
DA
5963
0.3
200
–
–
SR
7.87
15200
364
885
3549
0.2
180
–
1305
DA
SR
5932
–
SR
7.09
9455
217
610
2556
0.5
160
–
928
DA
VPVL800
4261
–
SR
6.30
6883
156
362
1893
1.0
145
–
577
DA
VPVL700
3146
–
SR
5.71
4916
116
260
1451
0.2
125
–
420
DA
VPVL650
2409
–
SR
4.92
3765
89
192
924
0.2
115
–
300
DA
VPVL600
1540
–
SR
4.53
2443
56
147
717.2
kg
100
–
231
DA
VPVL550
1190
–
SR
3.94
1799
43.8
94
443.7
lb.
88
–
143
DA
VPVL500
709.6
–
SR
3.46
1109
27.1
72.6
305.4
Opening Closing
Weight
75
–
109.8
DA
VPVL450
509.6
–
SR
2.95
780
18.6
43.3
194.1
Moving Time
Seconds1
63
–
67.7
DA
VPVL400
309.7
–
SR
2.48
490
11.8
47.6
DA
97.8
–
–
SR
VPVL350
160.6
29.9
DA
VPVL300
260.6
6.0
–
SR
VPVL250
–
15.9
DA
VPVL200
150.8
–
SR
VPVL100
ml
Opening
DA
VPVL051
Bore Diam.
330
NOTES:
(1) The above times are based on the following conditions: A) Room temperature , B) Solenoid valve orifice diameter of 4 mm (5/32 in.) and a flow rate
capacity of 400 L/min (14.1 cfm), C) Minimum inner piping diameter of 8 mm (5/16 in.), D) 5.5 bar (80 psi) air supply pressure, E) Without valve loading.
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A111-3
VALV-POWR SERIES VPVL MODEL C DOUBLE-ACTING AND SPRING-RETURN RACK- AND-PINION COMPACT PNEUMATIC ACTUATORS
REV. 6/05
ACTUATOR SELECTION (CONTINUED)
SPRING RETURN
Actuator
Model
051 SR4/5
051 SR6
100 SR4/5
100 SR6
200 SR4/5
200 SR6
250 SR4/5
250 SR6
300 SR4/5
300 SR6
350 SR4/5
350 SR6
400 SR4/5
400 SR6
450 SR4/5
450 SR6
500 SR4/5
500 SR6
550 SR4/5
550 SR6
600 SR4/5
600 SR6
650 SR4/5
650 SR6
700 SR4/5
700 SR6
800 SR4/5
800 SR6
Spring-Return Torque Output
FT•LBS
N•m
4.5
6.1
6
8.1
7.4
10
9.8
13.3
14.7
19.9
19.6
26.5
24.3
33
32.5
44.5
33.6
45.6
44.9
60.8
54.4
73.8
72.6
98.4
69.7
95
93
126
109
148
146
198
149
202
199
269
210
285
280
379
282
383
376
510
464
629
618
838
724
981
966
1308
1221
1656
1628
2207
Air Torque Output at Specified Supply Pressure
FT•LBS, @ 60 psi
N•m @ 4.2 bar
FT•LBS @ 80 psi
N•m @ 5.5 bar
3.7
4.9
4.9
6.6
6.7
8.5
8.9
12
12
17
16
22
17
24
23
32
28
40
38
51
44
62
58
79
59
84
79
107
94
133
126
169
126
178
168
225
153
278
204
274
231
327
308
414
424
576
540
732
520
737
693
931
1147
1555
1463
1983
DOUBLE ACTING
Actuator
Model
VPVL 011 DA
051
100
200
250
300
350
400
450
500
550
600
650
700
800
40 psi
2.5
6.8
12
23.7
37.2
54
87.5
113
177
231
312
433
744
1055
1833
Torque Output in FT•LBS - VPVL XXDA Double-Acting Actuator at Specified psi Supply Pressures
50 psi
60 psi
70 psi
80 psi
90 psi
3.1
3.7
4.3
4.9
5.5
8.5
10.1
11.8
13.5
15.2
14.9
17.9
20.9
23.9
26.8
29.6
35
41
47
53
46.6
55
65
74
83
67.6
81
94
108
122
109
131
153
175
197
141
169
197
225
254
221
265
310
354
398
289
346
404
462
519
390
467
545
623
701
541
649
757
866
974
931
1117
1302
1489
1675
1319
1583
1847
2111
2375
2291
2749
3207
3665
4123
100 psi
6.2
16.9
29.8
59
93
135
219
282
442
577
779
1082
1860
2638
4581
Actuator
Model
VPVL 011 DA
051
100
200
250
300
350
400
450
500
550
600
650
700
800
2.7 bar
3.2
8.9
16
31
48
68
115
143
224
293
395
575
944
1338
2485
Torque Output in N•m - VPVL XXDA Double-Acting Actuator at Specified bar Supply Pressures
3.5 bar
4.2 bar
4.8 bar
5.5 bar
6.2 bar
4.2
5.1
5.8
6.7
7.6
11.6
14
16
18.3
20.7
20.5
24.6
28.1
32
36
40
48
55
64
72
66
79
90
103
117
93
112
128
146
165
150
181
207
236
266
194
233
266
305
344
304
365
417
478
539
397
477
545
624
703
536
643
735
842
949
745
893
1021
1170
1319
1281
1537
1756
2012
2268
1815
2179
2490
2853
3216
3106
3727
4348
4969
5590
6.9 bar
8.5
23
40
80
130
184
296
383
600
782
1056
1468
2524
3579
6211
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A111-3
M E T S O A U T O M AT I O N
R E V. 6 / 0 5
OPTIONS
end caps, allow the valve position to be set anywhere
between full closed and full open. This option limits travel
of only the counter-clockwise stroke for standard doubleacting and spring-closed units. The 100% Adjustable Stop
option is specified in the actuator ordering code.
Solenoid Valves
Direct-mounted solenoid valves are available in both 3-way
and 4-way configuration, which mount directly to the
actuator in accordance with NAMUR and VDI/VDE 3845
standards, excluding the VPVL011, 650, 700 and 800. In
general,3-way solenoids are used for spring-return actuators
and 4-way versions for double-acting.
VPVL051
VPVL100
VPVL200
VPVL250
VPVL300
VPVL350
VPVL400
VPVL450
VPVL500
100% Travel Stop Lengths
L Min
L Max
inch
mm
inch
6.2
158
7.3
7.2
184
8.5
9.5
242
11.3
11.0
280
13.0
11.9
303
14.1
14.0
356
16.7
14.5
368
17.5
17.7
449
21.1
18.1
461
21.9
mm
186
216
286
330
359
424
444
537
555
VPVL550
VPVL600
VPVL650
VPVL700
VPVL800
20.9
24.7
25.7
30.0
35.8
631
739
785
918
1086
Actuator
Direct-Mount Solenoid Valves
Part Number
031-0576-01
031-0580-01
Enclosure
NEMA IV
NEMA VII
Configuration
3 or 4-way
Pipe Size
1/4" Inlet, 1/8" Exhaust
Cv
0.7
Voltage
Standard: 120 VAC 60 Hz (110/50)
Optional: 240 VAC 60 Hz, 12 VDC, 24 VDC
Body Material
Black Anodized Aluminum
Power Consumption AC: 6.9 watts
DC: 6.3 watts
NOTE: Please consult factory for other solenoid valves or additional options
including special voltages,double solenoids,special electrical connections,etc.
Mechanical Safety Lockout
To comply with the intent of OSHA requirements for locking actuators in position prior to performing maintenance,
an actuator can have the mechanical safety lockout option
added to it. Design of the stop cam allows for locking the
actuator in either the full-open or full-closed position.
Actuators equipped with this option have a special lockout
screw and a tamperproof cover attached to the housing of
the actuator with stainless steel wire. The lockout kits are
readily available to permanently lock the actuator in place
to prevent unwanted operation.
Lockout Kits
VPVL051
LD78
VPVL100
LD79
VPVL200
LD80
VPVL250
LD81
VPVL300
LD82
VPVL350
LD83
VPVL400
LD84
VPVL450
LD85
VPVL500
LD86
VPVL550
LD87
VPVL600
LD88
VPVL650
LD89
VPVL700
LD90
VPVL800
LD91
100% Adjustable Travel Stop
To limit the rotation on the stroke beyond the standard
±4˚ of a VPVL actuator, a stainless steel 100%-adjustable
travel stop option can be added. The stops, located in the
Stop Screw
Type A
VPVL051-300
Stop Screw
Type B
VPVL350-800
L Min. Approx.
L Max. Approx.
-4-
531
628
653
762
910
24.8
29.1
30.9
36.1
42.8
Special longer bolt used to
lock the actuator in one
position when needed.
A111-3
VALV-POWR SERIES VPVL MODEL C DOUBLE-ACTING AND SPRING-RETURN RACK- AND-PINION COMPACT PNEUMATIC ACTUATORS
REV. 6/05
Declutchable Manual Override
A side-declutchable manual override is available for VPVL
actuators. It consists of a manual gear actuator mounted
between the actuator and the valve.The device is normally
disengaged from the shaft. Upon engagement of the
override clutch, overriding the actuator is done with ease,
aided by the high-reduction ratio of the manual gear unit.
DIMENSIONS
F
B
C
J
D
E
Actuator
Mounting
Side
S
G
H
Approximate Dimensions - Inches
VPVL Actuator
Model
(DA or SR)
Declutchable
Override
Kit
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
J
S
VPVL250 and VPVL300
VPVL350 and VPVL400
VPVL450 and VPVL500
VPVL550 and VPVL600
VPVL650 and VPVL700*
VPVL800
DO-1
DO-2
DO-3
DO-4
DO-5
DO-6
5.75
7.68
8.74
9.84
10.87
13.39
6.89
9.49
11.12
12.84
14.45
16.69
5.61
6.06
7.46
9.00
10.16
12.32
2.36
2.48
3.31
4.23
5.00
6.06
4.53
5.63
6.30
6.77
7.48
8.07
1.44
2.09
2.48
2.36
2.68
3.07
8.94
10.28
10.63
13.31
14.41
15.63
7.87
7.87
11.81
19.69
35.43
39.37
0.47
0.59
0.79
0.79
0.98
0.98
Approx.
Weight
lbs.
22
40
50
84
141
201
* The VPVL700 DA unit may be used if the air pressure required to produce the needed output torque is lower than 95 psi.
Approximate Dimensions - mm
VPVL Actuator
Model
(DA or SR)
Declutchable
Override
Kit
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
J
S
VPVL250 and VPVL300
VPVL350 and VPVL400
VPVL450 and VPVL500
VPVL550 and VPVL600
VPVL650 and VPVL700*
VPVL800
DO-1
DO-2
DO-3
DO-4
DO-5
DO-6
146
195
222
250
276
340
175
241
282
326
367
424
142
154
190
228
258
313
60
63
84
107
127
154
115
143
160
172
190
205
37
53
63
60
68
78
227
261
270
338
366
397
200
200
300
500
900
1000
12
15
20
20
25
25
* The VPVL700 DA unit may be used if the air pressure required to produce the needed output torque is lower than 6.5 bar.
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Approx.
Weight
kgs.
10
18
23
38
64
91
A111-3
M E T S O A U T O M AT I O N
R E V. 6 / 0 5
DIMENSIONS
Model VPVL 051 – 800
Z
C
C
4
Port 2
4
X
P
Port 4
Y
B
B
B1
I
H
L
A
M
L
M
T Connection
Detail X
N
M5xE
S
S
Port 2
Port 4
D
Port 4
D
R
G
R
Detail X
VPVL 051 – 650
Port 2
VPVL 011, 700 – 800
F
M6x12
M6
12
BottomView ISO5211
45˚
12
N
P
45˚
4
W
Q
CH
Model VPVL011
-6-
16.08
17.22
19.17
21.38
24.45 11.75
26.93 12.99
34.39 16.14
450
500
550
600
650
700
800
-7-
114
140
158
211
247
268
315
345
408
437
487
543
621
684
876
011
051
100
200
250
300
350
400
450
500
550
600
650
700
800
A
13.58
400
Size
12.40
350
410
165.0
165.0
150.5
122.0
111.5
98.0
98.5
78.5
72.5
63.5
57.5
51.0
42.5
34.5
0.0
B1
6.50
6.50
5.93
4.80
4.39
3.86
3.88
3.09
2.85
2.50
2.26
2.01
1.67
1.36
0.00
B1
0.31
0.31
0.31
0.31
0.31
0.31
0.31
0.31
0.31
0.31
0.16
0.28
E
M6x10 0.31
M5x8
M5x8
M5x8
M5x8
M5x8
M5x8
M5x8
M5x8
M5x8
M5x8
M5x8
M5x4
D
383
298
251
213
191
169
156
136
127
111
98
85
72
59
43
C
M6x10
M6x10
M6x10
M5x8
M5x8
M5x8
M5x8
M5x8
M5x8
M5x8
M5x8
M5x8
M5x8
M5x8
M5x4
D
8
8
8
8
8
8
8
9
8
8
8
8
8
4
7
E
15.08 M6x10 0.31
11.75 M6x10 0.31
9.88
8.39
7.51
6.65
6.16
5.35
5.00
4.37
3.84
3.33
2.83
2.32
1.70
C
130
130
130
130
130
80
80
80
80
80
80
80
80
80
50
F
5.12
5.12
5.12
5.12
5.12
3.15
3.15
3.15
3.15
3.15
3.15
3.15
3.15
3.15
1.97
F
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30
25
G
1.18
1.18
1.18
1.18
1.18
1.18
1.18
1.18
1.18
1.18
1.18
1.18
1.18
1.18
0.98
G
200
130
130
100
100
85
85
70
70
55
55
35
35
25
20
H
7.87
5.12
5.12
3.94
3.94
3.35
3.35
2.76
2.76
2.17
2.17
1.38
1.38
0.98
0.79
H
57
50
48
40
40
35
35
24
24
21
21
16
16
12
10
I
2.24
1.97
1.89
1.57
1.57
1.38
1.38
0.94
0.94
0.83
0.83
0.63
0.63
0.47
0.39
I
204
164
131
110
99
88
80
70
64
56
50
42
36
29
20
L
8.03
6.44
5.16
4.33
3.90
3.46
3.15
2.74
2.52
2.20
1.95
1.67
1.42
1.14
0.80
L
214
166
131
112
105
99
91
82
77
67
57
52
47
41
20
M
8.43
6.54
5.16
4.41
4.13
3.90
3.60
3.23
3.03
2.64
2.24
2.05
1.85
1.63
0.80
M
7.28
6.50
3.09
2.44
2.28
2.05
1.85
1.77
1.67
1.48
1.28
1.20
1.18
1.04
-
O
1.97
1.97
1.97
1.97
1.97
1.18
1.18
1.18
1.18
0.79
0.79
0.79
0.79
0.79
0.79
P
36
36
36
36
36
27
27
27
27
17
17
17
11
11
11
N
185
165
78
62
58
52
47
45
42
38
33
30
30
26
-
O
50
50
50
50
50
30
30
30
30
20
20
20
20
20
20
P
6.50
6.50
5.51
5.51
4.92
4.92
4.02
4.02
2.76
2.76
1.97
1.97
1.40
1.40
Q
254
165
165
140
140
125
125
102
102
70
70
50
50
36
36
Q
10.00
Dimensions- mm / kg
1.42
1.42
1.42
1.42
1.42
1.06
1.06
1.06
1.06
0.67
0.67
0.67
0.43
0.43
0.43
N
Dimensions- inches / lb.
40
40
40
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
32
24
R
1.57
1.57
1.57
1.26
1.26
1.26
1.26
1.26
1.26
1.26
1.26
1.26
1.26
1.26
0.94
R
45
45
45
24
24
24
24
24
24
24
24
24
24
24
32
S
1.77
1.77
1.77
0.94
0.94
0.94
0.94
0.94
0.94
0.94
0.94
0.94
0.94
0.94
1.26
S
M16
M20
M20
M16
M16
M12
M12
M10
M10
M8
M8
M6
M6
M5
M5
W
M16
M20
M20
M16
M16
M12
M12
M10
M10
M8
M8
M6
M6
M5
M5
W
44.5
44.5
44.5
44.5
44.5
24.5
24.5
24.5
24.5
14.5
14.5
14.5
14.5
14.5
14.5
X
1.75
1.75
1.75
1.75
1.75
0.96
0.96
0.96
0.96
0.57
0.57
0.57
0.57
0.57
0.57
X
20.0
20.0
20.0
20.0
20.0
14.5
14.5
14.5
14.5
8.0
8.0
8.0
8.0
8.0
8.0
Y
0.79
0.79
0.79
0.79
0.79
0.57
0.57
0.57
0.57
0.31
0.31
0.31
0.31
0.31
0.32
Y
1/2
1/2
3/8
1/4
1/4
1/4
1/4
1/4
1/4
1/4
1/8
1/8
1/8
1/8
1/8
T NPT
1/2
1/2
3/8
1/4
1/4
1/4
1/4
1/4
1/4
1/4
1/8
1/8
1/8
1/8
1/8
T NPT
F25
F16
F16
F14
F14
F12
F12
F10
F10
F07
F07
F05
F05
F03
F03
ISO
Flange
F25
F16
F16
F14
F14
F12
F12
F10
F10
F07
F07
F05
F05
F03
F03
ISO
Flange
55
46
46
36
36
27
27
22
22
19
19
14
14
11
9
CH
2.17
1.81
1.81
1.42
1.42
1.06
1.06
0.87
0.87
0.75
0.75
0.55
0.55
0.43
0.35
CH
115
115
115
80
80
65
65
56
56
40
40
40
40
40
40
Z
4.53
4.53
4.53
3.15
3.15
2.56
2.56
2.20
2.20
1.57
1.57
1.57
1.57
1.57
1.57
Z
1.0
-
373
225
139
99
70
53
40
27.8
21.7
14.3
9.7
7.0
3.8
2.3
134
83
53
35
25
20
15
10
8.4
5.4
3.8
2.7
1.5
0.95
0.45
DA
169
102
64
45
32
24
18
13
9.8
6.5
4.4
3.2
1.7
1.04
-
SR
Weight
295
183
115
78
55
44
32
22.5
18.5
11.9
8.4
5.9
3.3
2.1
SR
Weight
DA
VALV-POWR SERIES VPVL MODEL C DOUBLE-ACTING AND SPRING-RETURN RACK- AND-PINION COMPACT PNEUMATIC ACTUATORS
330
298
245
220
196
177
157
145
127
115
102
85
69
43
B
9.65
8.68
7.72
6.97
6.18
5.71
5.00
4.53
4.02
3.35
9.74
8.29
200
10.57
6.24
100
2.72
1.70
300
5.53
B
250
4.50
051
A
011
Size
A111-3
REV. 6/05
A111-3
M E T S O A U T O M AT I O N
50 41 10 18 39
5*
19
R E V. 6 / 0 5
8*
30
11*
3
2
8*
1
17
4
21*
13
6*
* Suggested Spare Parts
for Maintenance
42
31
60
7*
20*
14*
15*
16* 40 12 9*
BILL OF MATERIALS AND PARTS LIST
No.
Unit Qty
Part Description
1
2
3
4
5*
6*
7*
8*
9*
10
11*
12
13
14*
15*
16*
17
18
19
20*
21*
30
31
39
40
41
42
1
2
2
2
2
1
1
2
2
1
2
2
8/12/ 2
2
2
2
min. 4/ max.12
1
1
1
1
13
13
1
2
1
2
50
1
Body
60
1
Drive Shaft
Octi-Cam (Stop Arrangement)
Stop Cap Screw
Washer (Stop Cap Screw)
Nut (Stop Cap Screw)
Bearing (Piston Back)
Bearing (Pinion Top)
Bearing (Pinion Bottom)
Thrust Bearing (Pinion)
Plug (Transfer Port)
Thrust Washer (Pinion)
O-ring (Stop Cap Screw Seal)
Piston Guide
Cap Screw (End Cap)
O-ring (End Cap)
Bearing (Piston Head)
O-ring (Piston)
Spring (Cartridge)
Spring Clip (Pinion)
Position Indicator
O-ring (Pinion Bottom)
O-ring (Pinion Top)
Right End Cap3
Left End Cap3
Cap Screw (Indicator)
Pistons
Actuator Identification Label
End Cap Label
Material
Specifications
Stainless Steel1
Stainless Steel
Stainless Steel
Stainless Steel
Polyphthalamide
Polyetherimide
Polyetherimide
Polyphthalamide
Nitrile Rubber
Stainless Steel
Nitrile Rubber
Polyphthalamide GF
Stainless Steel
Nitrile Rubber
Polyphthalamide
Nitrile Rubber
Alloy Steel
Carbon Steel
Polypropylene GF
Nitrile Rubber
Nitrile Rubber
Aluminum
Aluminum
Stainless Steel
Aluminum
Polyester Aluminum
Polyester Aluminum
EN 10088-3/ISO 10831
ASTM A193
ISO 3506
ISO 3506
Amodel ET1001HS
Stanyl TW300
Stanyl TW300
Amodel ET1001HS
NBR 70Shore A
EN 10088-3
NBR 70Shore A
Amodel AS1145
ISO 3506
NBR 70Shore A
Amodel ET1001HS
NBR 70Shore A
DIN 17223 Part2
DIN 17222
Hostalen PPN
NBR 70Shore A
NBR 70Shore A
UNI 5075
UNI 5075
ISO 3506
UNI 5075
Aluminum
ASTM B221
Carbon Steel Plated
ASTM A105
* Suggested spare parts for maintenance
Notes: (1) AISI 420 for models VPVL-051 through 300; GS400-15 for models VPVL-350 through 800
(2) Qty 8 pieces for models VPVL-051 through 600; Qty 12 pieces for model VPVL-700
(3) For models VPVL500 through VPVL700, right and left end-caps are symmetric
-8-
Corrosion
Protection
Epoxy Coated
ENP
Polyester-Coated
Polyester-Coated
Anodized
Anodized
PTFE-Coated
ENP
A111-3
VALV-POWR SERIES VPVL MODEL C DOUBLE-ACTING AND SPRING-RETURN RACK- AND-PINION COMPACT PNEUMATIC ACTUATORS
REV. 6/05
HOW TO ORDER
To specify a complete Valv-Powr Value-Line Actuator, simply make a selection from the code boxes below.
EXAMPLE: VPVL 400 SR4/5 B AS C, shown below, is a 59 FT•LBS 60-psi (84 N•m @ 4.2 bar) spring-return actuator with
spring-to-close rotation, hard-anodized PTFE-coated body, polyester-coated end caps, standard temperature rating, and
100% adjustable travel stops.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
VPVL
400
SR4/5
B
AS
C
—
NOTE: for multiple options, specify them in order as listed in Item 5, for example: VPVL400 SR4/5 B HT AS Model C.
1
VPVL
2
011, 051,
100, 200,
250, 300,
350, 400,
450, 500,
550, 600,
650, 700
800
3
DA
SR4/5
SR6
Product Group
4
Exterior Protection*
B
Hard-Anodized PTFE-Coated Body &
Polyester-Coated End Caps
Valv-Powr Value-Line Double-Opposed Piston Actuator
Size
* Consult factory for other protection options.
Select from torque table
Series+
Valv-Powr Value-Line Double-Opposed Piston Actuator
Spring-Return 60-psi (4.1 bar) Spring-to-Close (CW Rotation)
Spring-Return 80-psi (5.5 bar) Spring-to-Close (CW Rotation)
+ Other spring rates on application
5
Options
–
Standard Temperature Rating: -4˚F to +175˚F
(-20˚C to +80˚C)
HT
High-Temperature Rating: -4˚F to +300˚F
(-20˚C to +150˚C)
LT
Low-Temperature Rating: -40˚F to +175˚F
(-40˚C to +80˚C)
FO
Spring-to-Open (CCW Rotation)
AS
100% Travel Stop
LD
Mechanical Safety Lockout
6
Model
C
Model C
7
Modifier Code
–
Standard
XB
-9-
ATEX Aproval
R83
UL Listed Pressure Regulator for
Industrial Cylinder Gas 1/4" PTF Port Size
● Underwriters Laboratories, Inc. listed (file number
SA1089) for use with air, argon, carbon dioxide,
helium, krypton, neon, nitrogen, xenon. For use with
other gases, including oxygen, consult Norgren.
● Non-relieving and relieving models. Relieving models
allow reduction of outlet pressure even when the
system is dead-ended
● Two high pressure inlet ports and two regulated
pressure outlet ports
● Diametrically opposite inlet ports provide easy
manifolding of several regulators
● Easily replaceable valve cartridge contains valve,
valve seat, valve spring, and filter element
Ordering Information. Models listed include PTF threads, relieving diaphragm, 5 to 125 psig (0.3 to 8.5 bar) outlet pressure adjustment
range†, and without gauge.
Port
1/4"
Model
R83-200-RNLA
Alternative Models
Diaphragm
Relieving
Non relieving
Flow * scfm dm3/s()
11 (5.2)
Weight lb (kg)
1.3 (0.59)
R 8 3 - 2 0 0 - ★ N ★ A
Outlet Pressure Adjustment Ranges †
2 to 50 psig (0.1 to 3.5 bar)
5 to 125 psig (0.3 to 8.5 bar)
10 to 175 psig (0.7 to 12 bar)
Substitute
R
N
Substitute
E
L
N
*
Approximate flow with 1000 psig (69 bar) inlet pressure, 60 psig (4 bar) set pressure and a 5 psig (0.35 bar) droop from set.
†
Outlet pressure can be adjusted to pressures in excess of, and less than, those specified. Do not use these units to control pressures outside of the specified ranges.
See Section ALE-24 for Accessories
ALE-10-4
Littleton, CO USA
Phone 303-794-2611
www.norgren.com
R83 Pressure Regulator for Industrial Cylinder Gas
Technical Data
* Fluid must be dry enough to avoid ice formation at temperatures below 35°F (2°C).
Typical flow at 1000 psig (69 bar) inlet pressure, 60 psig (4 bar) set pressure and a
droop of 5 psig (0.35 bar) from set: 11 scfm (5.2 dm3/s)
Materials
Body: Brass
Bonnet: Zinc
Cartridge valve: Teflon, brass, stainless steel
Diaphragm: Acetal and nitrile
Seals: Nitrile
Typical Performance Characteristics
bar
psig
FLOW CHARACTERISTICS - CO2
PORT SIZE: 1/4"
SPRING RANGE: 5 to 125 psig (0.3 to 8.5 bar)
INLET PRESSURE: 1000 psig (69 bar)
8
100
OUTLET PRESSURE
Fluid: Air, argon, carbon dioxide, helium, krypton, neon, nitrogen, and xenon. For
use with other gases, including oxygen, consult Norgren. Do not use the R83
regulator in beverage dispensing applications. Other Norgren regulators (R81
for soft drink, R82 for beer, R84 for carbonators) are available for use in
dispensing systems.
Maximum pressure: 3000 psig (207 bar)
Operating temperature: -30° to 140°F (-34° to 60°C) *
6
80
4
60
40
2
20
0
0
0
2
0
1
4
6
2
8
3
10
4
12 scfm
5
dm3/s
FLOW
All Dimensions in Inches (mm)
Service Kits
2.10 (53)
Item
4.41 (112)
0.40 (10)
Service kits
Type
Diaphragm, relieving
Diaphragm, non relieving
Valve cartridge
Part number
570-51
570-10
5086-55
Valve cartridge includes the sealed cartridge and cartridge o-ring.
Warning
1.90 (48)
)
42
6(
1.6
30°
Mounting Holes (2 Places)
0.18" (4.6mm) dia. by 0.39 (10mm) deep.
Use 10-32 thread forming screws.
Littleton, CO USA
These products are intended for use with industrial
compressed air, argon, carbon dioxide, helium, krypton, neon,
nitrogen, and xenon. Do not use these products where
pressures and temperatures can exceed those listed under
‘Technical Data’.
Before using these products with fluids other than those
specified, for non-industrial applications, life-support systems, or
other applications not within published specifications, consult
Norgren.
Through misuse, age, or malfunction, components used in
fluid power systems can fail in various modes. The system
designer is warned to consider the failure modes of all
component parts used in fluid power systems and to provide
adequate safeguards to prevent personal injury or damage to
equipment in the event of such failure.
System designers must provide a warning to end
users in the system instructional manual if protection
against a failure mode cannot be adequately provided.
System designers and end users are cautioned to review
specific warnings found in instruction sheets packed and
shipped with these products.
Phone 303-794-2611
www.norgren.com
ALE-10-5
U.L. Listed Cylinder Gas Pressure Regulator
For Industrial Gas Systems
R83 - ★00 - ★★★★
Relief Type
R ....Relieving
N ....Nonrelieving
Port
2.....1/4"
Gauge
N ....No gauge
Installation & Maintenance
Instructions
NIP-232 (11/96) Supersedes 5/96
Spring (Outlet pressure adjustment range) *
E...2 to 50 psig (0.14 to 3.4 bar)
L...5 to 125 psig (0.34 to 8.6 bar)
N ..10 to 175 psig (0.7 to 12.1 bar)
Thread
A ....PTF
* Outlet pressure can be adjusted to pressures in excess of, and less than, those specified. Do not use these units to control pressures outside of the specified ranges.
2
R83 APPLICATION
The R83 cylinder gas pressure regulator is used in industrial
cylinder gas systems to control pressures of carbon dioxide,
nitrogen, water pumped air, argon, helium, krypton, neon,
and xenon.
3
1
5
6
8
7
9
10
11
12
R83 RELIEF TYPE
R83 regulators are available with a relieving or nonrelieving
diaphragm. Regulators with a relieving diaphragm vent downstream gas, and hence reduce downstream pressure, when
the regulator pressure adjusting screw is turned counterclockwise. Downstream pressure will not be reduced when
the adjusting screw is turned counterclockwise if back-flow
check valves are installed in the regulator outlet line.
Regulators with a nonrelieving diaphragm do not vent downstream gas or reduce downstream pressure when the adjusting screw is turned counterclockwise.
TECHNICAL DATA
Fluids: Carbon dioxide, nitrogen, water pumped air, argon,
helium, krypton, neon, and xenon. For use with other
gases, including oxygen, consult Norgren. See WARNING
if regulator is to be used in a beverage dispensing application.
Maximum primary (inlet) pressure: 3000 psig (206.9 bar)
Operating temperature: 0° to +140°F (-18° to +60°C)
Materials:
Body: Brass
Bonnet: Zinc
Cartridge valve: Teflon, brass, stainless steel
Seals: Nitrile
Diaphragm: Acetal and nitrile
REPLACEMENT ITEMS
Diaphragm
Relieving (7) ............................................................570-51
Nonrelieving (8) ......................................................570-10
Cartridge valve (9, 10) ................................................5086-55
INSTALLATION
This regulator has two primary (inlet) ports marked PRI, and
two secondary (outlet) ports marked SEC (secondary).
1. Connect the high pressure supply to either of the PRI
ports. The other primary port can be plugged, used as a
manifold port to another regulator, or used for a primary
pressure gauge. Use a U.L. listed gauge.
2. Connect outlet lines which lead to the downstream system
to either of the SEC ports. The other secondary port can be
plugged, used as an additional secondary outlet, or used
for a secondary pressure gauge. Use a U.L. listed gauge.
WARNING
Never connect the high pressure supply to the regulator ports
marked SEC. Never connect the outlet lines to the regulator
ports marked PRI. Improper connections will expose the
downstream system to excessive pressure, resulting in equipment damage and/or personal injury. Before turning on gas
pressure, turn regulator adjusting screw (2) fully counterclockwise.
ADJUSTMENT
1. Turn regulator adjusting screw (2) fully counterclockwise.
2. Turn on gas pressure.
3. Turn adjustment clockwise to increase secondary (outlet)
pressure setting. Turn adjustment counterclockwise to
decrease pressure setting.
4. Always approach the desired pressure from a lower pressure. When reducing from a higher to a lower setting, first
reduce to some pressure less than that desired, then bring
up to the desired pressure.
5. Tighten lock nut (3) to secure pressure setting.
DISASSEMBLY
1. Shut off inlet pressure. Reduce pressure in inlet and outlet
lines to zero.
2. Turn regulator adjusting screw (2) fully counterclockwise.
3. Unit can be disassembled without removal from air line.
4. Disassemble in general accordance with the item numbers
on exploded view. Use 5/8" socket to remove cartridge
valve (9).
CLEANING
1. Clean parts with warm water and soap.
2. Rinse and dry parts. Blow out internal passages in body
with clean, dry compressed air.
3. Inspect parts. Replace those found to be damage.
NOTE
Cartridge valve (9) is factory sealed and is not repairable.
Replace cartridge valve if not sealing properly. Use only the
specified Norgren parts for replacement. Do not use damaged or inoperative parts or assemblies. Maintain strict
cleanliness when reassembling regulator.
ASSEMBLY
1. Lubricate threads and tip of adjusting screw (2), with a
light, even coat of Lubriplate Aero.
2. Lubricate bonnet threads (1), with a light, even coat of
Led-Plate 250.
3. Lubricate o-ring (10) with a light coat of Dow Corning DC
44 silicone grease.
4. Assemble the unit as shown on the exploded view.
5. Torque Table
Item
Torque
9 (Cartridge valve)
45 to 65 in-lbs (5 to 7 Nm)
1 (Bonnet)
25 to 30 ft-lbs (34 to 40 Nm)
WARNING
For safety using Model R83 Regulators in system applications, the following procedures must be followed.
1. Pressure relief devices of sufficient capacity must always
be used in the secondary (outlet) lines downstream of the
pressure regulator. Do not remove or attempt to adjust,
plug, block or otherwise defeat the purpose of the relief
device in any manner. Failure to provide pressure relief of
sufficient capacity to hold outlet pressure below the lowest
working pressure rating of any piece of equipment installed
in the outlet lines can result in equipment damage and/or
personal injury.
2. Norgren approval must be obtained before using a type
R83 regulator in any beverage dispensing application.
3. Regulators must not be used where temperature or pressure may exceed those specified in the TECHNICAL DATA
paragraph.
4. These regulators are not intended for use in life support
systems or beverage dispensing systems.
5. The accuracy of the indication of pressure gauges can
change, both during shipment (despite care in packaging)
and during the service life. If a pressure gauge is to be
used in conjunction with these products and if inaccurate
indications may be hazardous to personnel or property, the
gauge should be calibrated before initial installation and at
regular intervals during use. For gauge standards refer to
ANSI B40.1.
© Norgren 1996
5400 South Delaware Street, Littleton, CO 80120-1663
Phone 303-794-2611
Fax 303-795-9487
BULLETIN
NMce-2010
ISO 9001
CERTIFIED
NAMUR DIRECT MOUNT PNEUMATIC ACTUATOR VALVES
Versa Product Company, Inc., 22 Spring Valley Rd., Paramus, NJ 07652 USA Phone: (201)-843-2400 Fax: (201)-843-2931
Versa BV, Prins Willem Alexanderlaan 1429, 7312 GB Apeldoorn, The Netherlands Phone: +31-55-368-1900 Fax: +31-55-368-1909
E-mail: [email protected]
www.versa-valves.com
DIRECT MOUNT ACTUATOR VALVES
GENERAL DESCRIPTION
type valves. This design assures a positive shift when the valve is
energized and reduces the chance of coil burnout. Manual override
for single or double solenoid valves are available as an option.
The Versa NAMUR mount control valves are high Àow, bubbletight,
and designed to mount directly to any NAMUR actuator, thus reducing
actuator response time and space. Installed costs are also lower as
the need for tubing, ¿ttings, brackets and assembly labor are greatly
reduced. All mounting screws and seals are included with the valve.
There are two types of valves, direct acting and pilot operated;
materials are aluminum or stainless steel.
The Versa E5 NAMUR is a 3-way direct-acting solenoid valve.
A complete selection of electrical connections, area classi¿cations,
and power requirements makes the most exacting and demanding
speci¿cations or applications easy to satisfy. ( See page 4).
C5 and the C316 are bubbletight, high Àow, 5-port, solenoid/pilot
SERIES C5 NAMUR 3-Way/4-Way Field Convertible Solenoid Valves
The C5 aluminum NAMUR 5-port designed valves can be ordered as
either 4-way (for double acting actuators) or 3-way (for spring return
or fail-safe actuators).
Single solenoid models (for 2-position
control), or double solenoid models
(for 2 or 3-position control) are available.
Actuator positioning is possible with the
use of 3-position valves. Manual overrides
(guarded-push to operate) are standard
on all C5 NAMUR valves. Consult factory
for other manual overrides available as an
option.
This valve is ¿eld convertible from 3-way to a 4- way, or a 4-way to a
3-way. Relocation of a port plug facilitates the conversion; no special
tools, gaskets, or sealants are required. When the 4-way valve is
converted to 3-way function, the unused exhaust port becomes an
actuator vent into which a ¿lter/mufÀer can be installed to prevent
contaminants from entering either the valve or the actuator.
SERIES C316 NAMUR Stainless Steel 3 or 4-Way Solenoid Valves
The Versa C316 Series stainless
steel NAMUR valve 5-port design
can be ordered as either a 4-way
for double acting actuators, or as a
3-way for spring return actuators.
When the 3-way function is
utilized, the unused exhaust port
becomes an actuator vent where
a ¿lter/mufÀer can be installed
to prevent contaminants from
entering either the valve or the
actuator.
The 5-port design allows the user to independently control actuator
speed in either open or close direction by utilizing speed or bleed
controls. Single or double solenoid 2-position models are available.
Single solenoid spring return models utilize an air assisted spring
return feature, assuring a positive return. Double solenoid valves
may be used in applications where a momentary signal is required or
in a “fail in last shifted position” actuator application.
Double solenoid models are equipped with a detent that maintains the
valve in the last shifted position, even in high vibration applications.
SERIES E5 NAMUR 3-Way Solenoid Valves
The Versa E5 aluminum NAMUR mount, control valve is an
inexpensive, simple and effective 3-way direct-acting solenoid valve.
It is designed to mount directly to any NAMUR actuator thus reducing
cost of tubing, ¿ttings, brackets and labor.
A threaded actuator vent port is
standard.
Available as a 3-way, 2-position, direct
acting, solenoid, spring return only, and
with most of the Versa solenoid options. See
page 4.
The E5 is most effective on spring return or fail-safe actuators where
high speed open or close is not important, but where cost is a factor.
SPECIFICATIONS
Temperature:
MATERIALS
Series
E5
C5
C316
Valve
Body
Actuating Caps
Plunger
—
Anodized
Aluminum Anodized
Aluminum
316L
316L
Stainless Stainless
Steel
Steel
Solenoid
Spring
—
Anodized
Aluminum
316L
Stainless
Steel
—
Synthetic
Resin
316L
Stainless
Steel
Valve Seals
Solenoid Parts
Valve to Sleeve, Plunger
Body Actuator
& Spring
NBR
—
(Nitrile)
NBR
(Nitrile)
FKM
304, 430F & 302
(Fluorocarbon)
Stainless Steel
FKM (Fluorocarbon)
Plunger
C5 & E5: Ambient and media range
5°F to 125°F (-15°C to 50°C).
C316: Ambient and media range
-5°F to 200°F (-20°C to 93°C)
-55°F to 200°F (-48°C to 93°C)
(Low temp option -44)
Flow Rate:
E5:
Cv = 0.08 (Kv = 1.2)
C5:
Cv = 0.75 (Kv = 11)
C316: Cv = 1.6 (Kv = 23.5)
PRESSURES & WEIGHTS
Valve
Series
E5
C5
C316
C5
C316
C5
Function
Operating Pressure
Range Pneumatic
Ordinary
Service
0-150 psi (0-10.3 bar)
0.6 lbs (272 g)
Single Solenoid/spring return (2-position)
15-115 ps (1-8 bar)
0.8 lbs. (363 g)
25-150 psi (1.8-10.3 bar)* 1.5 lbs (680 g)
10-115 ps (0.7-8 bar)
1.5 lbs (545 g)
Double Solenoid/detented (2-position)
15-150 psi (1-10.3 bar)* 2.2 lbs (998 g)
Double Solenoid/spring centered (3-position) 15-115 ps (1-8 bar)
1.2 lbs. (545 g)
Approximate Weights
Hazardous Service
XISC, XISX6
0.5 lbs (227 g)
0.7 lbs (318 g)
1.5 lbs (680 g)
1.7 lbs (771 g)
2.2 lbs (998 g)
1.4 lbs (635 g)
*for applications above 125 psi (8.6 bar) exhaust Àow controls or mufÀers are recommended
2
-XX, -XN, -XIS_
-XMA_, -XIF_
XDB_
0.9 lbs (408 g)
—
—
1.1 lbs. (500 g)
—
—
1.7 lbs (771 g) 2.3 lbs (1043 g) 2.5 lbs (1134 g)
1.8 lbs. (816 g)
—
—
2.6 lbs (1179 g) 3.8 lbs (1724 g) 4.3 lbs (1950 g)
1.8 lbs. (816 g)
—
—
DIRECT MOUNT ACTUATOR VALVES
DIMENSIONS
Series C5
Series E5
TOP VIEW
BOTTOM VIEW
1/4” NPT
(G1/4)
MANUAL OVERRIDE
(Push-Type)
LOCATING HOLE
.125 DEEP(3.2)
4
3
B
B
END VIEW
C
A
C
1/4” NPT (G1/4)
A
1/4” NPT (G1/4)
VENT PORT
VENT
C 50
NOTE:
The function of the valve is field convertible.
When ordering a 4 way, CGS-4232-NB1
the plug is in position “4” (as shown).
when ordering a 3-way, CGS-3232-NB1
the plug isin position “3.”
Exhaust “B” becomes a vent when used
as a 3-way.
SIDE VIEW (CGS)
TOP VIEW
B
A
1/4” NPT (G1/4)
INLET PORT
SIDE VIEW (CGG/CXX)
1/4” NPT (G1/4)
A
Series C316
Typical CGS-4332-316-NE1-XDB_-A120
Top View
Typical CGS-4332-316-NE1-XMA_-A120
Top View
Typical CSG-4332-316-NE1-XX-A120
Top View
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B
B
B
A
Typical CGG-4332-316-NE1-XDB_-A120
Side View
A
Side View
C
Typical CGG-4332-316-NE1-XMA_-A120
Side View
A
C
C
Typical CGG-4332-316-NE1-XX-A120
Side View
A
DIMENSIONS
A
INCHES
(mm)
Solenoid Options
VALVE
SERIES
Function
E5
Single solenoid,
spring return
C5
Single solenoid,
spring return
3-Way or 4-Way
C316
C5
C316
Double solenoid
3-Way or 4-Way
General Service
Standard, -228L
-027, 043
A
2.11
(53.6)
5.02
(127.5)
5.56
(141.3)
7.92
(201.1)
5.56
(141.3)
B
1.75
(44)
1.56
(39.6)
1.63
(41.3)
1.56
(39.6)
1.63
(41.3)
C50, -PC
C
A
B
C
A
B
2.31
2.84
1.75
—
— (204.9) (44)
(58.7) —
1.29 3.45 1.56 2.34 5.02 1.04
(32.8) (87.6) (39.6) (59.4) (127.5) (26.4)
2.15
5.56 1.63
—
— (141.3)
(54.7) —
(41.3)
2.04 7.42 1.56 2.34 7.93 1.56
(51.8) (188.4) (39.6) (59.4) (201.4) (39.6)
2.15
8.57 1.63
—
— (217.7)
(54.7) —
(41.3)
Hazardous Location
-XISC, -XISX6
-XMA_, XIF_
-XX, -XN
C
2.31
(58.7)
2.09
(53.1)
2.15
(54.7)
2.09
(53)
2.15
(54.6)
A
3.01
(76.5)
3.79
(96.3)
5.56
(141.3)
8.07
(205)
8.78
(223.1)
B
2.47
(62.7)
1.31
(33.3)
1.63
(41.3))
1.56
(39.6)
1.63
(41.3)
C
2.39
(60.7)
1.45
(36.8)
2.32
(59)
2.26
(57.4)
2.32
(59)
A
2.8
(71)
3.53
(89.7)
5.43
(138)
7.55
(191.7)
8.31
(211.1)
B
1.89
(48.2)
1.31
(33.3)
1.63
(41.3)
1.56
(39.6)
1.63
(41.3)
C
A
B
C
1.75
—
—
—
(44)
1.15
—
—
(29.2) —
2.94 6.59 2.56 4.13
(74.6) (167.3) (65) (104.8)
6.93
—
—
(176) —
2.94 10.8 2.56 4.13
(74.6) (275) (65) (104.8)
-XDB_
A
B
C
—
—
—
—
—
—
4.63 2.50 4.74
(117.6) (63.5) (120.3)
—
—
—
6.32 2.50 4.74
(160.5) (63.5) (120.3)
For warranty information and/or any additional information with regards to installation, operation and service warnings, please consult factory.
ACTUATOR VOLUME in3 (cm3)
Valve
Type
Actuator Cycle
time in seconds
5
10
25
50
100
150
200
400
600
1000
(82) (162) (410) (820) (1641) (2460) (3280) (6560) (9840) (16400)
C5/C316
.32
.36
.47
.63
.98
1.3
1.7
3.1
4.5
7.2
E5
.46
.64
1.1
2.0
3.9
5.7
7.5
—
—
—
The above chart represents approximate actuator operation times under average load conditions at 80 psi
(5.5 bar). Due to differing designs of quarter-turn actuators, breakaway friction, loading, internal airÀow, inlet
piping, ¿ttings and exhaust port options, the values shown are intended as an estimate. Faster or slower times
may actually be achieved.
3
For double-acting actuators (open & close), use
volumes from selected actuator speci¿cations and the
chart for estimated speed. The times indicated are per
shift. For spring return actuators, use open volume to
obtain time from chart. Actuator spring loading may
affect shift time.
Slower speeds (adjustable) can always be
accomplished by using Versa’s Bleed Control Valves
in the control valve exhaust port.
DIRECT MOUNT ACTUATOR VALVES
PRODUCT NUMBER SELECTOR
C5, C316 & E5 NAMUR
Basic Valve Number*
SERIES FUNCTION** PORT SIZE Cv (Kv) SINGLE SOLENOID/SPRING RETURN,
2 POSITION
CGS-4232-NB1 -†- (coil code)
1/4 NPT .75 (11)
CGS-4292-NB1 -†- (coil code)
4-way
.75 (11)
G1/4
DOUBLE SOLENOID/SPRING CENTERED, 3 POSITION
DOUBLE SOLENOID/
DETENT, 2 POSITION
CGG-4232-NB1 -†- (coil code)
CGG-4292-NB1 -†- (coil code)
Blocked Center
Exhaust Ports Open
CXX-4233-NB1 -†- (coil code) CXX-4234-NB1-†- (coil code)
CXX-4293-NB1 -†- (coil code) CXX-4294-NB1 -†- (coil code)
5/2 & 5/3
C5
3-way**
1/4 NPT
G1/4
.75 (11)
.75 (11)
CGS-3232-NB1 -†- (coil code)
CGS-3292-NB1 -†- (coil code)
CGG-3232-NB1 -†- (coil code) CXX-3233-NB1 -†- (coil code) CXX-3234-NB1 -†- (coil code)
CGG-3292-NB1 -†- (coil code) CXX-3293-NB1 -†- (coil code) CXX-3294-NB1 -†- (coil code)
1/4 NPT
1.6 (23.5)
CGS-4332-316-NE1 -†- (coil code)
CGG-4332-316-NE1 -†- (coil code)
1/4 NPT
1.6 (23.5)
CGS-3331-316-NE1 -†- (coil code)
CGG-3331-316 NE1 -†- (coil code)
1/4 NPT
G1/4
.08 (1.2)
.08 (1.2)
E5SM-3011-34-NB1 -†- (coil code)
E5SM-3071-34-NB1 -†- (coil code)
3/2 & 3/3
4-way
5/2 &
C316
A
3-way
IN
3-Way
3/2
E5
EX
*All valves include O ring interface seals and #10-24 mounting screws.
† Add suf¿x option here if required, For coil code see page 4.
E5 & C5: For #10-32 screws change NB1 to NB2. For M5 screws change NB1 to NB3.
C316 NUMAR: For #10-32 screws change NE1 to NE2. For M5 screws change NE1 to NE3.
**3-way is the same valve as 4-way, but is provided with a relocated cylinder port plug. See note on page 3.
ELECTRICAL
Suffix
Detail
Solenoid Housing
Material
None
-PC
-HC
-HCC
Carbon Steel, Painted
Carbon Steel, Chromate plated
Engineered polymer
Engineered polymer
-XX
-LB-XX
-PC-XX
-ST-XX
Carbon Steel, Chromate Plated
Carbon Steel, Chromate Plated
Carbon Steel, Chromate Plated
Stainless Steel
-XN
-LB-XN
-PC-XN
-ST-XN
-AJB-XN
Carbon Steel, Chromate Plated
Carbon Steel, Chromate Plated
Carbon Steel, Chromate Plated
Stainless Steel
-XN w/Aluminum Epoxy Coated Box
Valve
Series
G
E
N
E
R
A
L
E5
C5
C316
General Purpose
1/2” NPT conduit, NEMA 1, 2, & 3*
1/2” NPT conduit, watertight, NEMA 4 & 4X*
Cord grip PG9 mini-DIN type connector, NEMA 4
1/2” NPT conduit, mini-DIN type connector, NEMA 4
Voltages (Coil Codes)
All options available in all voltages,
except where noted ††
Nominal
Coil Power
AC/DC (watts)
6.0/7.0
6.0/7.0
6.5/10.5
6.5/10.5
* For high temperature coil include -HT
Hazardous Location UL/CSA (NEMA 7& 9)
H
A
Z
A
R
D
O
U
S
E5
C5
C316
Class I, Div 2 (A & B); Class I Div 1 (C & D); Class II Div 1 (E, F & G)*
1/2” NPT conduit entry, Basic standard
with Low power 1.8W coil
with potted coil
with Stainless housing coil housing
Flameproof (d)* - ATEX/IECEx
II 2 G Ex d IIB + H2 T6...T3
Ex d IIB + H2 T6 to T3 Gb
IP66/67/68
M20 x 1.5 conduit entry, Basic standard
with Low power 1.8W coil,
with potted coil
with Stainless steel coil housing
with Flamproof Junction Box
5.6/7.2
1.8/1.8
5.6/7.2
5.6/7.2
12VDC (D012)
24VDC (D024)
48VDC (D048)
120V60 (A120) 110V50 (E110)
220V50 (E220) 240V60 (A240)
5.6/7.2
1.8/1.8
5.6/7.2
5.6/7.2
Flameproof (d)* - ATEX/IECEx
II 2 G Ex d IIC T6...T4
Ex d IIC T4 to T6 Gb
with M20 x 1.5 conduit entry
with 1/2” NPT conduit entry
-XDAS
-XDAT
10.0/4.0 -10.0
10.0/4.0 -10.0
Stainless Steel
Flameproof (me) (d)- ATEX/IECEx UL/CSA
C316
EX II 2 G D
Ex d e IIC T* Gb
EX tb IIIC T* ºC Db
EXd IIC
DIP A21 T6 T4
CI Div I Grp B, C & D
CI Div II Grp E, F & G
24VDC (D024)
120V60 (A120) 110V50 (E110)
230V50 (E230)
IP 66/67/68
IP66, NEMA 4X, 6P with M20 x 1.5 conduit entry
-XDBS**
NEMA 4X, 6P with 1/2” NPT conduit entry
-XDBT**
1.8
Stainless Steel
1.8
Encapsulated (mb), Increased Safety (e) Dust (tD) - ATEX/IECEx
II 2 G Ex e mb II T5, T6
II 2 D Ex tD A21 T100ºC,T85ºC
Ex e mb II T5, T6 Gb
Ex tD A21 T100ºC,T85ºC Db
L
O
C
A
T
I
O
N
12VDC (D012)
24VDC (D024)
48VDC (D048)
120V60 (A120) 110V50 (E110)
220V50 (E220) 240V60 (A240)
IP66/IP67
IP66/IP67
M20 x 1.5 Conduit entry†
with 6-12mm ø cable gland†
1/2” NPT conduit entry†
with 9-16mm ø cable gland†
-XMAA
-XMFA
-XMAF
-XMFF
Engineered polymer
Intrinsically Safe FM/CSA
E5
C5
C316
Class I (Group A, B, C, D); Class II (Group E, F, G), CLASS III, DIV 1
With PG9 cable gland, mini -DIN type connector
with 1/2” NPT conduit entry
Intrinsically Safe (ia) - ATEX/EICEx
II 2 G EEx ia IIC T4
IP65
With PG9 cable gland, mini -DIN type connector
with 1/2” NPT conduit entry
1.6
1.6
-HC-XISC
-HCC-XISC
Engineered polymer
-HC-XISX6
-HCC-XISX6
24VDC (D024)
Intrinsically Safe 24 Volt DC only
Intrinsically Safe (ia) - ATEX/IECEx
C316
Overrides
Misc
4.0
4.0
4.0
4.0
E5
C5
C316
II 2 G Ex ia IIC T4...T6 Gb
II 2 D Ex ia D 21 T130°C...T80°C
Ex ia IIC T4...T6 Gb
Ex ia IIIC T130°C...T80°C Db
1.6
1.6
Notes
* For high temperature coil add , -HT (included in
XMA_, XIF_ XDB_ )
IP66/IP67
with M20 x 1.5 conduit entry
with 1/2” NPT conduit entry
-XIFA
-XIFF
None available
Un-guarded push and hold (standard)
None standard - Optional un-guarded push and hold (-ME Suffix Detail required)
-ME
Solenoid exhaust adapter, ” NPT
Silencer/Dust Excluder for Solenoid Exhaust (not available -XISC or -XISX6)
-H2
-L14
4
Engineered polymer
** XDBS meets ATEX/IECEx UL/CSA
XDBT meets ATEX/IECEx UL/CSA (Zones only)
† Contact factory for other options in this series
†† Consult factory for other voltages
0.8
0.8
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