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Dwyer Series WE35 Instruction Manual
Bulletin V-WE35
Series WE35 3-Way NPT Brass Ball Valve
By Dwyer
Specifications - Installation and Operating Instructions
WE35-DHD00-T1
WE35-DTD01-T3-A
WE35-DDA02-T1-AA01
WE35-DDA02-L1
The SERIES WE35 incorporates a full port 3-way brass ball valve for great flow rates
with minimal pressure drop. The valve features a blowout proof stem for added safety,
reinforced PTFE seats and seals for longer life, and a brass ball for better performance.
Actuators are direct mounted creating a compact assembly for tight spaces.
The Series WE35 can be configured with either an electric or pneumatic actuator.
Electric actuators are available in weatherproof or explosion-proof, a variety of supply
voltages, and two-position or modulating control. Two-position actuators use the
supply voltage to drive the valve open or closed, while the modulating actuator accepts
a 4 to 20 mA input for valve positioning. Actuators feature thermal overload protection
and permanently lubricated gear train.
The pneumatic double acting actuator uses an air supply to drive the valve open
and closed. The actuator has two supply ports, with one driving the valve open and
the other driving the valve closed. Spring return pneumatic actuators use the air
supply to open the valve and internally loaded springs return the valve to the closed
position. Also available is the SN solenoid valve to electrically switch the air supply
pressure between the air supply ports for opening and closing the valve. Actuators
are constructed of anodized and epoxy coated aluminum for years of corrosion free
service.
W.E. ANDERSON
A DIVISION OF
DWYER INSTRUMENTS, INC.
P.O. BOX 373 • MICHIGAN CITY, INDIANA 46360, U.S.A.
WE35-DDA02-T3-NN05
SPECIFICATIONS
VALVE
Service: Compatible liquids and gases.
Body: 3-way.
Line Sizes: 1/2 to 2˝.
End Connections: Female NPT.
Pressure Limits: 600 psi (41 bar) WOG.
Wetted Materials: Body, ball, and stem:
Brass; Seat, seal, and packing: PTFE.
Temperature Limits: -20 to 425°F (-30
to 220°C).
Other Materials: O-ring: NBR; Handle,
stem nut, ferrule: SS; Handle Sleeve:
Vinyl; Body and cap: Nickle plated.
ACTUATORS
Pneumatic “DA” and “SR” Series
Type: DA series is a double acting and
SR series is a spring return (rack and
pinion).
Normal Supply Pressure: DA: 40 to 115
psi (2.7 to 7.9 bar); SR: 80 psi (5.5 bar).
Maximum Supply Pressure: 120 psi
(8.6 bar).
Air Connections: DA02 to DA03: 1/4˝
female NPT; SR02 to SR04: 1/4” female
NPT.
Housing Material: Anodized aluminum
body and epoxy coated aluminum end
caps.
Temperature Limits: -40 to 176°F (-40
to 80°C).
Accessory Mounting: NAMUR
standard.
Electric “TD” and “MD” Series
Power Requirements: 110 VAC, 220
VAC, 24 VAC, or 24 VDC (MD models
not available in 24 VDC).
Power Consumption: See instruction
manual.
Cycle Time (per 90°): TD01: 4 s; MD01:
10 s; TD02: 20 s).
Duty Rating: 85%.
Enclosure Rating: NEMA 4X (IP67).
Housing Material: Powder coated
aluminum.
Temperature Limits: -22 to 140°F (-30
to 60°C).
Electrical Connection: 1/2˝ female NPT.
Modulating Input: 4 to 20 mA.
Standard Features: Manual override,
position indicator, and TD models come
with two limit switches.
Electric “TI” and “MI” Series
Power Requirements: 110 VAC, 220
VAC, 24 VAC, 24 VDC.
Power Consumption: See instruction
manual.
Cycle Time (per 90°): See instruction
manual.
Duty Rating: See instruction manual.
Enclosure Rating: NEMA 7, designed
to meet hazardous locations: Class I,
Group C & D; Class II, Group E, F & G;
Division I & II.
Housing Material: Powder coated
aluminum.
Temperature Limits: -40 to 140°F (-40
to 60°C).
Electrical Connection: 1/2˝ female NPT.
Modulating Input: 4 to 20 mA.
Standard Features: Position indicator
and two limit switches.
Phone: 219/879-8000
www.dwyer-inst.com
Fax: 219/872-9057
e-mail: info@dwyermail.com
MODEL CHART
Popular
Double Acting
Pneumatic
Model
WE35-CDA02-T2
WE35-DDA02-T2
WE35-EDA02-T2
WE35-FDA03-T2
WE35-GDA03-T2
WE35-HDA03-T2
Popular
Cv
Hand Operated
Size
(gal/min) Model
1/2˝
13
WE35-CHD00-T1
3/4˝
37
WE35-DHD00-T1
1˝
49
WE35-EHD00-T1
1-1/14˝ 59
WE35-FHD00-T1
1-1/2˝ 100
WE35-GHD00-T1
2˝
115
WE35-HHD00-T1
Popular
Spring Return
Pneumatic
Model
WE35-CSR02-T2
WE35-DSR03-T2
WE35-ESR03-T2
WE35-FSR03-T2
WE35-GSR03-T2
WE35-HSR04-T2
Popular NEMA 4X
Two Position
Electric
(110 VAC) Model
WE35-CTD01-T2-A
WE35-DTD01-T2-A
WE35-ETD01-T2-A
WE35-FTD01-T2-A
WE35-GTD01-T2-A
WE35-HTD02-T2-A
Popular NEMA 4X
Modulating
Electric
(110 VAC) Model
WE35-CMD01-T2-A
WE35-DMD01-T2-A
WE35-EMD01-T2-A
WE35-FMD01-T2-A
WE35-GMD01-T2-A
WE35-HMD01-T2-A
VALVE BILL OF MATERIALS
15
14 16
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
2
4
5
3
Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
1
18
Description
Body
Cap-A
Ball
Ball seat
Joint gasket
Stem
Thrust washer
O-ring
Stem packing
Gasket
V sealing
Lock nut
Stem nut
Handle
Handle cover
Ferrule
Stopper, bolt & Nut
Cap-B
Material
Brass
Brass
Brass
PTFE
PTFE
Brass
NBR
NBR
PTFE
PTFE
AISI 304
AISI 304
AISI 304
AISI 304
PVC
AISI 304
AISI 304
Brass
Qty
1
2
1
2
1
1
1
1
1-2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
VALVE DIMENSIONAL DRAWING
S
H
ØD1
ØD2
ØA
M1
Ra
Rb
W
L
MODEL CHART
Model
Size
WE35-CHD00-T1 1/2˝
WE35-DHD00-T1 3/4˝
WE35-EHD00-T1 1˝
WE35-FHD00-T1 1-1/4˝
WE35-GHD00-T1 1-1/2˝
WE35-HHD00-T1 2˝
ØA
in (mm)
13/32˝
(10)
1/2˝
(13)
3/4˝
(19)
63/64˝
(25)
1-17/64˝
(32)
1-1/2˝
(38)
L
in (mm)
2-61/64˝
(75)
3-23/64˝
(85)
3-15/16˝
(100)
4-39/64˝
(117)
5-19/32˝
(142)
6-9/64˝
(156)
W
in (mm)
5-33/64˝
(140)
6-5/16˝
(160)
6-5/16˝
(160)
7-9/32˝
(185)
7-9/32˝
(185)
7-9/32˝
(185)
H
in (mm)
1-37/64˝
(40)
1-49/64˝
(45)
1-57/64˝
(48)
2-11/64˝
(55)
2-13/32˝
(61)
2-3/4˝
(70)
Ø D1
in (mm)
-
Ø D2
in (mm)
1-27/64˝
(36)
1-31/32˝ (50)
1-31/32˝ (50)
2-49/64˝ 1-31/32˝
(70)
(50)
2-49/64˝ 1-31/32˝
(70)
(50)
2-49/64˝ 1-31/32˝
(70)
(50)
2
ØS
ISO
in (mm)
23/64˝
F03
(9)
7/16˝
F05
(11)
F05
7/16˝
(11)
F07/F05 9/16˝
(14)
F07/F05 9/16˝
(14)
F07/F05 9/16˝
(14)
Ra
Rb
in (mm) in (mm) PORT
R7/64˝ L
(R2.5)
R1/8˝
L
(R3)
R1/8˝
L
(R3)
R11/64˝ R1/8˝ L
(R4)
(R3)
R11/64˝ R1/8˝ L
(R4)
(R3)
R11/64˝ R1/8˝ L
(R4)
(R3)
M1
M12x1.5
CV
Torque (gal/
(in-lb) min)
13
62
M14x1.5
89
37
M14x1.5
124
49
M18x1.5
142
59
M18x1.5
142
100
M18x1.5
222
115
AUTOMATED VALVE DRAWINGS
W/ PNEUMATIC ACTUATOR
E
C
F
DOUBLE ACTING PNEUMATIC ACTUATOR
NPT 1/2˝
3/4˝
1˝
1-1/4˝
1-1/2˝
5-1/4˝
B
5-3/8˝
6-3/8˝
6-5/8˝
7-3/4˝
133 mm 136 mm 162 mm 167 mm 196 mm
2-3/4˝
C
2-3/4˝
3-1/4˝
3-1/4˝
3-3/4˝
71 mm 71 mm 82 mm 82 mm 94 mm
D
3˝
3-3/8˝
3-7/8˝
4-5/8˝
4-7/8˝
76 mm 86 mm 99 mm 117 mm 124 mm
E
5-3/4˝
5-3/4˝
6-5/8˝
6-5/8˝
7-7/8˝
145 mm 145 mm 169 mm 169 mm 201 mm
F
1-5/8˝
1-5/8˝
1-3/4˝
1-3/4˝
2˝
41 mm 41 mm 46 mm 46 mm 52 mm
2˝
8˝
205 mm
3-3/4˝
94 mm
5-7/8˝
148 mm
7-7/8˝
201 mm
2˝
52 mm
SPRING RETURN PNEUMATIC ACTUATOR
NPT 1/2˝
3/4˝
1˝
1-1/4˝
1-1/2˝
5-1/4˝
B
5-3/8˝
6-7/8˝
7-3/8˝
8-1/2˝
133 mm 136 mm 174 mm 187 mm 216 mm
2-3/4˝
C
2-3/4˝
3-3/4˝
4˝
4-1/4˝
71 mm 71 mm 94 mm 101 mm 109 mm
D
3˝
3-3/8˝
3-7/8˝
4-5/8˝
4-7/8˝
76 mm 86 mm 99 mm 117 mm 124 mm
E
5-3/4˝
5-3/4˝
7-7/8˝
10-1/2˝ 9-1/2˝
145 mm 145 mm 201 mm 268 mm 242 mm
F
1-5/8˝
1-3/4˝
2˝
2-1/8˝
2-1/4˝
41 mm 46 mm 52 mm 55 mm 58 mm
2˝
9-3/8˝
237 mm
4-3/4˝
122 mm
5-7/8˝
148 mm
10-7/8˝
275 mm
2-1/2˝
64 mm
ELECTRIC ACTUATOR
NPT 1/2˝
3/4˝
6-1/2˝
B
10-1/8˝
167 mm 257 mm
5-1/4˝
C
9-3/8˝
133 mm 239 mm
D
3˝
3-3/8˝
76 mm 86 mm
E
6-1/8˝
8-1/2˝
154 mm 217 mm
F
2-3/4˝
5˝
68 mm 126 mm
1-1/2˝
10-1/8˝
256 mm
7-1/8˝
180 mm
4-7/8˝
124 mm
8-1/2˝
216 mm
5-3/8˝
136 mm
2˝
10-3/8˝
264 mm
7-1/8˝
180 mm
5-7/8˝
148 mm
8-1/2˝
216 mm
5-3/8˝
136 mm
EXPLOSION-PROOF ELECTRIC ACTUATOR
NPT 1/2˝
3/4˝
1˝
1-1/4˝
1-1/2˝
6-7/8˝
B
7˝
7-3/8˝
7-1/2˝
9-1/4˝
174 mm 177 mm 186 mm 192 mm 234 mm
4-1/2˝
C
4-1/2˝
4-1/2˝
4-1/2˝
4-3/4˝
113 mm 113 mm 113 mm 113 mm 121 mm
D
3˝
3-3/8˝
3-7/8˝
4-5/8˝
4-7/8˝
76 mm 86 mm 99 mm 117 mm 124 mm
E
6-1/4˝
6-1/4˝
6-1/4˝
6-1/4˝
7-3/4˝
160 mm 160 mm 160 mm 160 mm 196 mm
F
3˝
3˝
3˝
3˝
3-7/8˝
77 mm 77 mm 77 mm 77 mm 98 mm
2˝
9-1/2˝
242 mm
4-3/4˝
121 mm
5-7/8˝
148 mm
7-3/4˝
196 mm
3-7/8˝
98 mm
B
NPT
D
W/ ELECTRIC ACTUATOR
E
F
C
S
B
O
NPT
D
1˝
8-1/2˝
216 mm
9-3/8˝
239 mm
3-7/8˝
99 mm
8-1/2˝
217 mm
5˝
126 mm
1-1/4˝
11-3/8˝
290 mm
7-1/8˝
180 mm
4-5/8˝
117 mm
8-1/2˝
216 mm
5-3/8˝
136 mm
W/ EXPLOSION-PROOF ELECTRIC ACTUATOR
C
E
F
OPEN
B
D
NPT
3
PNEUMATIC ACTUATOR
Note: For optimal operation, pneumatic actuators should be run with a supply of
clean, lubricated air.
Failures
Pneumatic
actuator
won’t operate
Spring Return Actuator Operation
Air to PORT 2 (the left hand port) causes the actuator to turn counterclockwise
(CCW). Loss of air to PORT 2 causes air to exhaust and the actuator turns clockwise
(CW). This is the FAIL CLOSE operation.
Inspection Items
1. Check the solenoid valve. Is the
coil burnt out or is the solenoid
spool?
2. The actuator will not move
because of debris in the gears.
3. The pneumatic line to the
actuator is distorted or smashed.
4. The pneumatic line is frozen
because of low temperatures and
moisture.
Pneumatic
1. The air supply pressure is
actuator runs insufficient.
slowly
Double Acting Actuators Operation
Air to PORT 2 (the left hand port) causes the actuator to turn counterclockwise
(CCW). Air to PORT 1 (the right hand port) causes the actuator to turn clockwise
(CW).
Pneumatic Actuator Maintenance
Routine maintenance of pneumatic actuator:
• Keep the air supply dry and clean
• Keep the actuator surface clean and free from dust
• Periodic checks should be done to make sure all fittings are tight
• Pneumatic actuators are supplied with lubrication to last the entire life span of the
actuator under normal operating conditions.
2. Are other pneumatic devices
consuming the air required for the
actuator to operate?
3. The pneumatic actuator is
undersized for the application.
The outer surface of the pneumatic actuator should be clean to avoid friction
or corrosion. All fittings and connections should be tight to prevent leaks during
operation. Check the bolts mounting the valve to the actuator to make sure they
have not come loose during shipping or installation. Make sure the valve and
actuator are not rubbing or jamming against other components during operation.
The actuator should be inspected annually to make sure all fittings and bolts are
tight and nothing has come loose during operation.
Corrective Action
1. Replace the solenoid
valve coil or remove debris.
2. Disassemble the actuator,
clean the debris and
reassemble the actuator.
3. Replace pneumatic line to
the actuator.
4. Warm the pneumatic lines
and remove moisture from
supply lines.
1. Increase the air supply
pressure and look for leaks
in the supply pressure
pipeline.
2. Increase the air supply
or reduce the number of
devices operating at the
same time.
3. Replace the actuator with
a larger actuator.
Reassembling Pneumatic Actuators
WARNING
Disassembling Pneumatic Actuators
Be sure the actuator surfaces are free of debris and scratches
before reassembling.
1. Apply a light film of grease to all O-rings and the pinion before replacing.
2. Put the pinion (2) back through the actuator with the flats of the pinion shaft
running parallel with the body.
3. When reassembling the actuator, make sure that the piston racks are square to the actuator body and returned to their original orientation.
(Note: The normal operation of all spring return pneumatic actuators is FAIL
CLOSED. To change the orientation to FAIL OPEN, rotate the racks 180º to
create a reverse operation.
4. When replacing springs in a spring return actuator, ensure that the springs are
replaced in their identical position in the end cap from which they were removed.
(Note: In some circumstances, you might want to change the standard 80 pound
spring set to fit your application and available air pressure.)
5. Seal the end caps with a petroleum lubricant and bolt to actuator body.
6. Check the seal of the actuator by covering seal areas (pinion, end caps) with
soapy water and using low pressure air to the actuator to ensure that no bubbles
are produced.
Before beginning disassembly, ensure that the air supply to the
actuator has been disconnected, all accessories have been
removed, and that the actuator has been disassembled from the valve.
WARNING
1. Loosen the end cap fasteners (23) with a wrench (size varies depending on
actuator model). On the spring return actuator, alternate 3 to 5 turns on each
fastener until the springs are completely decompressed. Use caution when
removing the cap since the springs are under load until the fasteners are fully
extended.
2. Remove the pinion snap ring (13) with a lock ring tool. The indicator (12) may now be removed.
3. Turn the pinion shaft (2) counter clockwise until the pistons are at the full end of travel. Disengage the pistons (15) from the pinion. (Note: Low pressure air-
-3 to 5 psi MAXIMUM--might be required to force the pistons completely from the
body.) Note the position of the pistons before removing them from the actuator
body.
4. Remove the pinion through the bottom of the actuator. The actuator is now completely disassembled.
Pneumatic Actuators Bill of Materials
4
Part
Number
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
Quantity
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
2
2
2
2
5 to 12
2
1
1
8
2
2
2
2
Part Name
Cylinder
Output shaft
O-ring
Bearing
Adjusting cam
Thrust bearing
Bearing
O-ring
Bearing
Gasket
Damping ring
Position indicator
Screw
Position indicating Inserts
Piston
Guide ring
O-ring
Guide ring
Spring assembly
O-ring
Left end cap
Right end cap
End cap bolt
O-ring
Gasket
Nut
Adjusting bolt
Material
Extruded aluminum alloy
Stainless steel
Fluorine silicon rubber
Nylon46
Stainless steel
Nylon46
Nylon46
Fluorine silicon rubber
Nylon46
Stainless steel
Stainless steel
PPPP+30%GF
PPPP+30%GF
PPPP+30%GF
Casting aluminum alloy
Nylon46
Fluorine silicon rubber
Fluorine-carbon composite material
Alloy spring steel
Fluorine silicon rubber
Casting aluminum alloy
Casting aluminum alloy
Stainless steel
Fluorine silicon rubber
Stainless steel
Stainless steel
Stainless steel
MODEL CHART
DA Double-Action Output Torque (lb-in)
Air Pressure
Model
40 psi 50 psi 60 psi 70 psi 80 psi 90 psi
ACT-DA01 49
61
74
86
98
110
ACT-DA02 104
130
155
181
207
233
ACT-DA03 182
228
274
319
365
411
ACT-DA04 302
377
453
528
603
679
ACT-DA05 396
495
594
693
792
891
ACT-DA06 567
709
851
993
1135 1277
ACT-DA07 845
1056 1267 1478 1690 1901
ACT-DA08 1497 1871 2245 2619 2993 3367
ACT-DA09 2253 2816 3379 3942 4506 5069
100 psi
123
259
456
754
990
1419
2112
3742
5632
110 psi
135
285
502
830
1089
1561
2323
4116
6195
115 psi
142
300
529
875
1148
1649
2450
4340
6533
MODEL CHART
SR Single Acting Pneumatic Actuator (lb-in)
Air Pressure
70 psi
80 psi
90 psi
100 psi
Spring
0°
90° 0°
90° 0°
90° 0°
90°
Model
Quantity Start End Start End Start End Start End
ACT-SR02 10
111
86
137 112 163 138 189 164
ACT-SR03 10
199 143 245 189 291 235 336 280
ACT-SR04 10
348 254 424 330 499 405 575 481
ACT-SR05 10
430 312 529 411 628 510 727 609
ACT-SR06 10
608 458 750 599 891 741 1033 883
ACT-SR07 10
783 663 994 874 1206 1085 1417 1297
ACT-SR08 10
1682 1208 2056 1583 2430 1957 2804 2331
ACT-SR09 10
2303 1483 2866 2046 3429 2609 3992 3173
ACT-SR10 10
3479 2274 4337 3133 5195 3991 6053 4849
110 psi
0°
90°
Start End
215 189
382 326
650 556
826 708
1175 1025
1628 1508
3178 2705
4556 3736
6911 5707
ELECTRIC ACTUATORS
Electric Installation
1. Operate valve manually and place in the open position.
2. Remove any mechanical stops the valve might have. (DO NOT REMOVE ANY
PARTS NECESSARY FOR THE PROPER OPERATION OF THE VALVE,
SUCH AS THE PACKING GLAND, PACKING NUT, ETC.)
3. Ensure that the actuator output shaft and valve stem are aligned properly. If
they are not, operate the valve manually until they are correct.
4. Remove actuator cover.
5. Bring power to the actuator. CAUTION: Make sure power is OFF at the main
box.
6. Wire the actuator per the diagram attached to the inside of the cover. Special actuators (those with positioner boards, etc.) will have diagrams enclosed
inside the cover.
7. Securely tighten bolts used to mount the actuator to a mounting bracket or
directly to the valve mounting pad if it is ISO5211 compliant.
8. Cycle the unit several times and check the open and closed positions of the valve. Cams are pre-adjusted at the factory; due to the variety of valve designs
and types however, slight adjustments might be required.
9. Replace cover and tighten screws.
115 psi
0°
90°
Start End
231 205
409 353
695 601
885 767
1260 1110
1755 1635
3403 2930
4894 4074
7426 6222
Spring Torque
90°
0°
Start End
96
70
176
120
274
180
381
263
536
386
817
696
1416 938
2363 1575
3549 2407
To Set The Closed Position
1. Apply power to terminals to move the valve toward the closed position. The bottom cam and switch control the closed position. In the closed position, the set
screw in the bottom cam will be accessible.
2. If the valve is not closed completely:
a. Slightly loosen the set screw on the bottom cam.
b. Rotate the cam counterclockwise (CCW) by hand until the switch makes
contact. Contact is made when a slight click can be heard. By making
incremental CCW movements of the bottom cam, the valve can be positioned
precisely in the desired position.
c. When the top cam is set, tighten the set screw securely.
3. If the valve closes too far:
a. Apply power to terminals. This will begin to rotate valve CCW. When valve is
fully closed and in the exact position desired, remove power from actuator.
b. Loosen the set screw in the top cam.
c. Rotate the top cam clockwise (CW) until the switch arm drops off the round
portion of the cam onto the flat section. A slight click can be heard as the
switch is no longer making contact with the round part of the cam.
d. Continue applying power to terminals until valve is in the desired position.
To Set The Open Position
1. Cycle the valve to the open position by applying power to terminals. The top cam
and switch control this position. In the open position, the set screw in the top cam
will be accessible.
2. If the valve is not open completely:
a. Slightly loosen the set screw on the top cam.
b. Rotate the cam clockwise (CW) by hand until the switch makes contact.
Contact is made when a slight click can be heard. By making incremental
CW movements of the top cam, the valve can be positioned precisely in the
desired position.
c. When the top cam is set, tighten the set screw securely.
3. If the valve opens too far:
a. Apply power to terminals. This will begin to rotate valve CW. When valve is
fully open and in the exact position desired, remove power from actuator.
b. Loosen the set screw in the top cam.
c. Rotate the top cam counterclockwise (CCW) until the switch arm drops off
the round portion of the cam onto the flat section. A slight click can be heard
as the switch changes state.
d. Continue applying power to terminals until valve is in the desired position.
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Electric Actuators Wiring Diagram: ACT-TI & ACT-MI
Wiring Diagrams for
TI01-A to TI06-A1: 110 VAC, TI01-B to TI06-B: 220 VAC, TI01-C to TI06-C: 24 VAC
OPTIONAL
BRAKE
PSC MOTOR
SW. #2 OPEN LIMIT
OPTIONAL HEATER
& THERMOSTAT
SW. #1
SW. #1 CLOSE LIMIT
SWITCH LAYOUT
GROUND
SCREW
SW.
#2
NOTES:
POWER TO TERMINALS ONE & TWO OPENS THE VALVE
(CCW ROTATION)
POWER TO TERMINALS ONE & THREE CLOSES THE VALVE
(CW ROTATION)
TERMINALS 4 & 5 ARE FOR LIGHT INDICATION
WIRING DIAGRAM ILLUSTRATES THE ACTUATOR IN THE
OPEN POSITION
FIELD WIRING
OPTIONAL EQUIPMENT
FIELD WIRING
LIGHTS FOR REMOTE
POSITION INDICATION
A.C.
SUPPLY
POWER
N
HOT
DPDT CONTROL SWITCH
SHOWN FOR ILLUSTRATION
ONLY
Wiring Diagrams for
TI01-D to TI06-D: 24 VDC
+ DC MOTOR
ACTUATOR SHOWN IN OPEN
POSITION
SW.#1
SW.#2
SWITCH #1 OPEN SWITCH
SWITCH #2 CLOSE SWITCH
OPERATION:
POWER TO 1 & 2 FOR CCW ROTATION
POWER TO 3 & 4 FOR CW ROTATION
TERMINALS 5 & 6 FOR FIELD LIGHT
INDICATION CONNECTION
SW.
#2
SW.
#1
CA
M
CA
M
FIELD WIRING
SPDT SWITCH SHOWN FOR
ILLUSTRATION ONLY
DC VOLTAGE
+
REVERSING RELAY SUPPLIED BY CUSTOMER
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Wiring Diagrams for
MI01-A to MI06-A1: 110 VAC, MI01-B to MI06-B: 220 VAC, MI01-C to MI06-C: 24 VAC
CAPACITOR
PSC MOTOR
BRAKE
OPTIONAL
JUMPER AS SHOWN BELOW IS FAIL IN
LAST POSITION UPON LOSS OF SIGNAL
1K OHM FEEDBACK
POTENTIOMETER
SW. 4,
SW. 3,
SW. 2,
SW. 1,
OPEN
CLOSE
OPEN
CLOSE
4-20mA POSITIONER
AUXILIARY SWITCHES
OPTIONAL
J2
J1
4-20mA CONTROL
SIGNAL
+
0-10VDC or 0-5VDC
CONTROL SIGNAL
REMOVE JP2, JP3 & JP4
-
+
1PH-60HZ
POWER SUPPLY
HOT
HEATER &
THERMOSTAT
OPTIONAL
NOTE:
ACTUATOR SHIPPED IN OPEN
POSITION, 20mA REPRESENTS OPEN
POSITION. DO NOT ADJUST FEEDBACK
POTENTIOMETER OR LIMIT SWITCHES
THEY ARE FACTORY SET AND DO NOT
REQUIRE CALIBRATION. TO
CALIBRATE THE OPEN AND CLOSE
POSITION, USE THE ZERO (4mA) AND
SPAN (20mA) TRIM POTENTIOMETERS.
TO CALIBRATE, OPERATE ACTUATOR
TO CLOSE POSITION AND ADJUST WITH
ZERO TRIM POT THEN OPERATE TO
OPEN POSITION AND SET USING SPAN
TRIM POT. NO FURTHER CALIBRATION IS
NECESSARY.
OPTIONAL EQUIPMENT
FIELD WIRING
WIRING DIAGRAM FOR 1Ph/60Hz ELECTRIC
ACTUATOR WITH 4-20mA, 0-5Vdc OR 0-10Vdc CONTROL.
FIELD
WIRING
N
Wiring Diagrams for
MI01-D to MI06-D: 24 VDC
CAPACITOR
PSC MOTOR
BRAKE
OPTIONAL
JUMPER AS SHOWN BELOW IS FAIL IN
LAST POSITION UPON LOSS OF SIGNAL
1K OHM FEEDBACK
POTENTIOMETER
SW. 4,
SW. 3,
SW. 2,
SW. 1,
OPEN
CLOSE
OPEN
CLOSE
4-20mA POSITIONER
AUXILIARY SWITCHES
OPTIONAL
J2
J1
4-20mA CONTROL
SIGNAL
+
+
0-10VDC or 0-5VDC
CONTROL SIGNAL
REMOVE JP2, JP3 & JP4
-
1PH-60HZ
POWER SUPPLY
HOT
HEATER &
THERMOSTAT
OPTIONAL
NOTE:
ACTUATOR SHIPPED IN OPEN
POSITION, 20mA REPRESENTS OPEN
POSITION. DO NOT ADJUST FEEDBACK
POTENTIOMETER OR LIMIT SWITCHES
THEY ARE FACTORY SET AND DO NOT
REQUIRE CALIBRATION. TO
CALIBRATE THE OPEN AND CLOSE
POSITION, USE THE ZERO (4mA) AND
SPAN (20mA) TRIM POTENTIOMETERS.
TO CALIBRATE, OPERATE ACTUATOR
TO CLOSE POSITION AND ADJUST WITH
ZERO TRIM POT THEN OPERATE TO
OPEN POSITION AND SET USING SPAN
TRIM POT. NO FURTHER CALIBRATION IS
NECESSARY.
OPTIONAL EQUIPMENT
FIELD WIRING
WIRING DIAGRAM FOR 1Ph/60Hz ELECTRIC
ACTUATOR WITH 4-20mA, 0-5Vdc OR 0-10Vdc CONTROL.
FIELD
WIRING
N
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Electric Actuators Wiring Diagram: ACT-TD & ACT-MD
Wiring Diagrams for
TD01-A to TD06-A: 110 VAC, TD01-B to TD06-B: 220 VAC,
TD01-C to TD06-C: 24 VAC
Y&G
PE
GREY
BROWN
WHITE
BLACK
OLS
C
M
7
6
FULL-CLOSE SIGNAL
5
FULL-OPEN SIGNAL
4
COM
BLUE
Electric Actuator Maintenance
Once the actuator has been properly installed, it requires no maintenance. The gear
train has been lubricated and in most cases will never be opened.
Duty Cycle Definition
“Duty Cycle” means the starting frequency.
Formula: Running Time ÷ (Running Time + Rest Time) x 100% = duty cycle
–> Rest Time = Running Time x (1 - duty cycle) ÷ duty cycle
OPEN
3
RED
CLS
Note: To speed up installation of the control wires to the ACT-MDXX modulating
actuator, it is recommended to remove the control module from the actuator. The
control module can be removed by removing the two mounting screws on the left
and right of the control module. Install the control wires to the correct terminal points
and then reinstall the control module.
K
2
L
For example: The running time is 15 seconds
30% duty cycle 15 x [(1 - 30%) / 30%] = 35 –> The rest time will be 35 seconds
75% duty cycle 15 x [(1 - 75%) / 75%] = 5 –> The rest time will be 5 seconds
N
If the duty cycle is higher, the rest time will be shortened, which means the starting
frequency will be higher.
CLOSE
1
Thermal Overload
All actuators are equipped with thermal overload protection to guard the motor
against damage due to overheating.
PE
Wiring Diagrams for
TD01-D to TD06-D: 24 VDC
Y&G
PE
Mechanical Overload
All actuators are designed to withstand stall conditions. It is not recommended to
subject the unit to repeated stall conditions.
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Explosion-Proof Electric Actuators
6
WHITE
D1
OLS
M
BLACK
RED
CLS
FULL-CLOSE SIGNAL
4
FULL-OPEN SIGNAL
3
COM
2
-
1
+
D2
CLOSE
1. DO NOT under any circumstances remove the cover of the
actuator while in a hazardous location. Removal of the
cover while in a hazardous location could cause ignition of
hazardous atmospheres.
2. DO NOT under any circumstances use an explosion-proof electric actuator in a
hazardous location that does not meet the specifications for which the actuator
was designed.
3. Always verify that all electrical circuits are de-energized before opening the actuator.
4. Always mount and cycle test the actuator on the valve in a non-hazardous location.
5. When removing the cover, care must be taken not to scratch, scar of deform the
flame path of the cover and base of the actuator, since this will negate the NEMA
rating of the enclosure.
6. When replacing the cover, take care that the gasket is in place to assure proper
clearance after the cover is secured.
7. All electrical connections must be in accordance with the specifications for which
the unit is being used.
8. Should the unit ever require maintenance, remove from the hazardous location
before attempting to work on the unit.
If the actuator is in a critical application, it is advisable to have a standby unit in
stock.
WARNING
-
BROWN
5
+
GREY
OPEN
PE
Wiring Diagrams for
TD01-D to TD06-D: 24 VDC
PINK
+
RP
OUTPUT SIGNAL
PURPLE
-
IK
ORANGE
RED
SERVO CONTROLLER
C
BLUE
INPUT SIGNAL
-
M
+
BLACK
L
POWER
N
PE
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Electric Actuators Performance Rating
TD01
Voltage
Cycle Time
Duty Cycle (Two-Position)
AMP Draw
Torque (in-lb)
110 VAC
4s
85%
0.24 A
177
MD01
Voltage
Cycle Time
Duty Cycle (Modulating)
AMP Draw
Torque (in-lb)
110 VAC
10 s
85%
0.24 A
265
220 VAC
4s
85%
0.16 A
177
24 VAC
4s
85%
0.28 A
177
220 VAC
10 s
85%
0.16 A
265
TD02 and MD02 (MD Not Available in 24 VDC)
Voltage
110 VAC 220 VAC
Cycle Time
20 s
20 s
Duty Cycle (Two-Position)
85%
85%
Duty Cycle (Modulating)
85%
85%
AMP Draw
0.24 A
0.16 A
Torque (in-lb)
442
442
24 VAC
20 s
85%
85%
1.28 A
442
24 VDC
4s
85%
1.28 A
177
24 VAC
10 s
85%
1.28 A
265
24 VDC
20 s
85%
1.28 A
442
TD03 and MD03 (MD Not Available in 24 VDC)
Voltage
110 VAC 220 VAC
Cycle Time
30 s
30 s
Duty Cycle (Two-Position)
85%
85%
Duty Cycle (Modulating)
85%
85%
AMP Draw
0.57 A
0.35 A
Torque (in-lb)
885
885
24 VAC
30 s
85%
85%
2.03 A
885
24 VDC
30 s
85%
2.03 A
885
TD04 and MD04 (MD Not Available in 24 VDC)
Voltage
110 VAC 220 VAC
Cycle Time
30 s
30 s
Duty Cycle (Two-Position)
85%
85%
Duty Cycle (Modulating)
85%
85%
AMP Draw
0.65 A
0.37 A
Torque (in-lb)
1770
1770
24 VAC
30 s
85%
85%
3.57 A
1770
24 VDC
30 s
85%
3.57 A
1770
TD05 and MD05 (MD Not Available in 24 VDC)
Voltage
110 VAC 220 VAC
Cycle Time
30 s
30 s
Duty Cycle (Two-Position)
85%
85%
Duty Cycle (Modulating)
85%
85%
AMP Draw
1.12 A
0.57 A
Torque (in-lb)
3540
3540
24 VAC
30 s
85%
85%
5.13 A
3540
24 VDC
30 s
85%
5.13 A
3540
TD06 and MD06 (MD Not Available in 24 VDC)
Voltage
110 VAC 220 VAC
Cycle Time
45 s
45 s
Duty Cycle (Two-Position)
85%
85%
Duty Cycle (Modulating)
85%
85%
AMP Draw
1.18 A
0.60 A
Torque (in-lb)
5210
5210
24 VAC
45 s
85%
85%
6.04 A
5210
24 VDC
45 s
85%
6.04 A
5210
TI01
Voltage
Cycle Time
Duty Cycle (Two-Position)
Full Load AMP Draw
Torque (in-lb)
110 VAC
2.5 s
25%
0.64
100
220 VAC
2.5 s
25%
0.32
100
24 VAC
2.5 s
25%
0.4
100
24 VDC
2.5 s
25%
0.4
100
TI02 and MI01, MI02
Voltage
Cycle Time (Two Position)
Cycle Time (Modulating)
Duty Cycle (Two-Position)
Duty Cycle (Modulating)
Full Load AMP Draw
Torque (in-lb)
110 VAC
5s
10 s
25%
75%
0.38
200
220 VAC
5s
10 s
25%
75%
0.18
200
24 VAC
5s
5s
25%
75%
0.7
200
24 VDC
5s
5s
25%
75%
0.7
200
TI03 and MI03
Voltage
Cycle Time (Two-Position)
Cycle Time (Modulating)
Duty Cycle (Two-Position)
Duty Cycle (Modulating)
Full Load AMP Draw
Torque (in-lb)
110 VAC
5s
10 s
25%
75%
0.38
300
220 VAC
5s
10 s
25%
75%
0.18
300
24 VAC
5s
5s
25%
75%
0.7
300
24 VDC
5s
5s
25%
75%
0.7
300
TI04 and MI04
Voltage
Cycle Time (Two-Position)
Cycle Time (Modulating)
Duty Cycle (Two-Position)
Duty Cycle (Modulating)
Full Load AMP Draw
Torque (in-lb)
110 VAC
10 s
20 s
25%
75%
0.38
400
220 VAC
10 s
20 s
25%
75%
0.18
400
24 VAC
10 s
10 s
25%
75%
0.9
400
24 VDC
10 s
10 s
25%
75%
0.9
400
TI05 and MI05
Voltage
Cycle Time (Two-Position)
Cycle Time (Modulating)
Duty Cycle (Two-Position)
Duty Cycle (Modulating)
Full Load AMP Draw
Torque (in-lb)
110 VAC
15 s
30 s
25%
75%
0.38
675
220 VAC
15 s
30 s
25%
75%
0.18
675
24 VAC
15 s
15 s
25%
75%
0.7
675
24 VDC
15 s
15 s
25%
75%
0.7
675
TI06 and MI06
Voltage
Cycle Time (Two-Position)
Cycle Time (Modulating)
Duty Cycle (Two-Position)
Duty Cycle (Modulating)
Full Load AMP Draw
Torque (in-lb)
110 VAC
15 s
30 s
25%
75%
0.38
1000
220 VAC
15 s
30 s
25%
75%
0.18
1000
24 VAC
15 s
15 s
25%
75%
1.1
1000
24 VDC
15 s
15 s
25%
75%
1.1
1000
MAINTENANCE/REPAIR
Upon final installation of the Series WE, only routine maintenance is required. The
Series WE is not field serviceable and should be returned if repair is needed. Field
repair should not be attempted and may void warranty.
WARRANTY/RETURN
Refer to “Terms and Conditions of Sale” in our catalog and on our website. Contact
customer service to receive a Return Goods Authorization number before shipping
the product back for repair. Be sure to include a brief description of the problem plus
any additional application notes.
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