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M6410A, M7410F, M6435A, M7435F Actuators
V5852A, V5853A, V5862A, V5863A Valves
40.5 LB (180N) NON-SPRING AND SPRING RETURN ACTUATORS
AND 1/2 INCH, 3/4 INCH CARTRIDGE GLOBE VALVES
PRODUCT DATA
FEATURES
• Small size allows installation in limited space.
• Long stroke allows wider range of control.
Actuators
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Low power consumption.
Synchronous motor.
No mounting tools required (including the MP958).
Low-maintenance plastic housing.
Conduit connector standard.
No separate linkage required.
M64XXA provides 3-position floating control without
proportional feedback.
• M74XXF receives 0 to 10 Vdc or 2 to 10 Vdc input
signal, selectable at the site.
• M74XXF includes direct/reverse acting switch.
Non-Spring Return (M6410A, M7410F)
APPLICATION
• Especially suitable for Excel® Controller or Individual
Room Controller (IRC) System.
• Internal valve position indicator.
• Magnetic coupling for torque limitation independent of
voltage supply, and self-adjustment of close-off port.
• Ready-to-wire connecting cable.
Spring Return (M6435A, M7435F)
M6410A and M7410F Series 1000 Non-Spring Return Valve
Actuators provide floating or modulating control of Series
1000 and 2000 V5852A, V5853A, V5862A and V5863A
Cartridge Globe Valves.
• Force-limiting end switches.
• No calibration.
M6435A and M7435F Series 1000 Spring Return Valve
Actuators provide floating or modulating control of Series
1000 and 2000 V5852A, V5853A, V5862A and V5863A
Cartridge Globe Valves.
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The actuators are used in electronic temperature control
systems, which use hot and/or cold water (with glycol up to
50 percent) as the controlled medium in variable air volume
(VAV) terminal units, fan-coil units, small reheaters and
recoolers.
Valves
V5852A is a two-way female sweat valve.
V5853A is a three-way female sweat mixing valve.
V5862A is a two-way female NPT valve.
V5863A is a three-way female NPT mixing valve.
Soft valve seat provides low leakage rate.
Valve inserts are changeable without draining valve
when used with the insert replacement tool.
• Threaded plastic cover allows manual operation.
• Brass body and stainless steel stem.
The V5852A, V5853A, V5862A, V5863A Series 1000 and
2000 Cartridge Globe Valves can also be controlled by
MP958A Pneumatic Valve Actuators.
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M6410A, M7410F, M6435A, M7435F ACTUATORS V5852A, V5853A, V5862A, V5863A VALVES
SPECIFICATIONS
Control Modes:
M6410A, M6435A: Floating.
M7410F, M7435F: Modulating.
IMPORTANT
The specifications given in this publication do not
include normal manufacturing tolerances. Therefore,
an individual unit may not exactly match the listed
specifications. Also, this product is tested and
calibrated under closely controlled conditions and
some minor differences in performance can be
expected if those conditions are changed.
Electrical Ratings:
Input Power:
M6410A, M7410F: 24 Vac, +10/-30 percent, 50/60 Hz.
M6435A, M7435F: 24 Vac, +20/-15 percent, 50/60 Hz.
Power Consumption:
M6410A: 0.7 VA.
M7410F: 1.4 VA.
M6435A: 10 VA.
M7435F: 5 VA.
Input Signal (M7410F, M7435F): Modulating 0 to 10V, 2 to 10V
(adjustable), 0.1 mA.
Input Impedance (M7410F, M7435F): 100K ohms.
Models:
M6410A: Non-Spring Return Valve Actuator. Provides floating
control of the V5852A, V5853A, V5862A and V5863A
Valves.
M6435A: Spring Return Valve Actuator. Provides floating
control of V5852A, V5853A, V5862A and V5863A Valves.
Stem retracts upon power failure.
M7410F: Non-Spring Return Valve Actuator. Provides
modulating control of V5852A, V5853A, V5862A and
V5863A Valves.
M7435F: Spring Return Valve Actuator. Provides modulating
control of V5852A, V5853A, V5862A and V5863A Valves.
Stem retracts upon power failure.
V5852A: Two-way Sweat Valves.
V5853A: Three-way Sweat Mixing Valves.
V5862A: Two-way NPT Valves.
V5863A: Three-way NPT Mixing Valves.
Ambient Ratings:
Operating Temperature Range: 32° to 122°F (0° to 50°C).
Storage Temperature Range: -40° to 158°F (-40° to 70°C).
Humidity Range: 5 to 95% RH (noncondensing).
Mounting: Actuator screws onto valve body.
Connections:
M6410A, M7410F: 4.9 ft (1.5m) cable.
M6435A, M7435F: 1.5 sq mm terminals.
Weight:
M6410A: 5 oz (0.15 kg).
M7410F: 5.6 oz (0.16 kg).
M6435A, M7435F: 17.6 oz (0.5 kg).
CAUTION
Equipment Damage Hazard.
Installing a high-force (67.5 lb [300 N]) actuator on
1/2 or 3/4 in. valve can damage the valve beyond
repair.
Use only Series 1000 (40.5 lb [180 N]) actuators with
these smaller (1/2 in. and 3/4 in.) valves.
Running Time:
At 50 Hz:
M6410A, M7410F: 150 seconds.
M6435A, M7435F: 60 seconds.
At 60 Hz:
M6410A, M7410F: 125 seconds.
M6435A, M7435F: 50 seconds.
IMPORTANT
— Complete valve body soldering (V5852, V5853)
before installing cartridge inserts.
— Install low-force actuators (40.5 lb) only on small
valves (1/2 in., 3/4 in.).
Spring Return Time: 10 seconds.
Dimensions:
Valves: See Fig. 1.
Spring Return Actuators: See Fig. 2.
Non-Spring Return Actuators: See Fig. 3.
Stem Force: 40.5 lb (180 N).
Stroke: 1/4 in. (6.5 mm).
Leakage Rate: <0.02% of Cv.
Suitable Medium: Water with maximum 50% glycol.
Controlled Water Temperature: 36° to 230°F (2° to 110°C).
ORDERING INFORMATION
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M6410A, M7410F, M6435A, M7435F ACTUATORS V5852A, V5853A, V5862A, V5863A VALVES
Table 1. Valve Close-off Ratings.
Actuator Required:
M6410A: Non-Spring Return Valve Actuator (3-position floating).
M6435A: Spring Return Valve Actuator (3-position floating;
stem retracts upon power failure).
M7410F: 0 to 10 Vdc or 2 to 10 Vdc Electronic Actuator, or
M7435F: Spring Return Valve Actuator (modulating control;
stem retracts upon power failure).
MP958: Pneumatic Valve Actuator.
Valve inserts are provided as spare parts. See Table 2.
Pipe Size in
in. (mm)
1/2 (13)
Two-way
0.2
232
0.3
232
Three-way
—
116
0.5
Rangeability:
Two-way Valve: 100:1.
Three-way Valve: 50:1 for controlled port (A to AB).
3/4 (19)
Flow Characteristic:
V5853, V5863: A to AB: Equal Percentage.
B to AB: Linear.
V5852, V5862: Equal percentage.
0.7
232
1.2
174
1.9
174
36
2.9
58
34b or 15c
4.6
a
The Cv for the bypass port (B) on all three-way valves is
reduced by one Cv level. Example: A Port Cv = 0.5;
B Port Cv = 0.3. This feature eliminates the need for a
balancing valve with the load matched to the proper Cv.
b For V5853A1XXX and V5863A1XXX Valves (Series 1000).
c For V5853A2XXX and V5863A2XXX Valves (Series 2000).
Valve Cv Rating: See Table 1.
NOTE: To determine the capacity index (Cv) needed for
your application, use the following formula: Cv =
gallons per minute divided by the square root of
the pressure drop across the valve when the
valve is fully open.
IMPORTANT
Mount all valve types in return flow. When delta pvalues exceed 8.70 psi (60 kPa), noise can develop.
Valve Close-off Rating: See Table 1.
Approvals (Actuators): Underwriters Laboratories Inc. listed
for plenum use (UL94-5V).
Body Material:
Yellow Brass
Accessories and Replacement Parts:
WV108B Brush Tool for valve seat cleaning (used with WV108
tool).
WV108M Insert Replacement Tool, for replacing cartridge
insert without draining system.
Stem and Plug Assembly:
Stem: Stainless steel.
Plug: Brass.
1/4 STROKE
(7)
V5852/V5862
Close-off Rating (psi)
Cva
FLOW DIAGRAM
1-3/16 (30)
23/32
(18)
INLET
OUTLET
VALVE
SIZE
A
B
(NPT)
C
D
(NPT)
D
(SWEAT)
1/2 (13)
2-1/3 (60)
1/2 NPT
1-1/3 (34)
1/2 NPT
5/8 (16)
3/4 (19)
3-2/9 (82)
3/4 NPT
1-1/4 (32)
3/4 NPT
7/8 (22)
C
D
E
(SWEAT)
1/2 (13) 2-1/2 (63) 5/6 (21) 1-1/4 (32)
3/4 (19) 3-2/9 (82)
C
B
B
D
A
1/4
(7) STROKE
V5853/V5863
FLOW DIAGRAM
1-3/16 (30)
23/32
(18)
PORT AB
PORT A
D
B
B
B
V5853 (SWEAT)
VALVE
SIZE
A
B
NPT
1-1/3 (34)
5/8 (16)
1 (27)
1-3/5 (41)
1-2/7 (33)
7/8 (22)
B
NPT
C
D
E
(NPT)
1/2 (13) 2-5/7 (69) 1/2 NPT 1-1/4 (32)
1-1/3 (34)
1/2 NPT
3/4 (19) 3-2/9 (82) 3/4 NPT 1-3/5 (41)
1-2/7 (33)
3/4 NPT
V5863 (NPT)
E
VALVE
SIZE
PORT B
C
A
NOTE: SOLDER ENDS CONFORM TO ANSI B16-18.
A
M34543
Fig. 1. Dimensions of V5852A, V5853A, V5862A and V5863A in in. (mm).
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Table 2. Valve Insert Replacement Parts.
Diameter
(in.)
For Valve
Cv
Part
Number
Interchangeable With
Two-Way
1/2
3/4
V5852A2007, V5862A2005
0.2
0902812
0902809, 0902810, 0902811
V5852A2015, V5862A2013
0.3
0902811
0902809, 0902810, 0902812
V5852A2023, V5862A2021
0.5
0902810
0902809, 0902811, 0902812
V5852A2031, V5862A2039
0.7
0902809
0902810, 0902811, 0902812
V5852A2049, V5862A2047
1.2
0902808
0902807
V5852A2056, V5862A2054
1.9
0902807
0902808
V5852A2064, V5862A2062
2.9
0902814
0902815
V5852A2072, V5862A2070
4.6
0902815
0902814
Three-Way
1/2
3/4
V5853A2006, V5863A2004
0.3
0902821
0902822, 0902823, 0902824
V5853A2014, V5863A2012
0.5
0902822
0902821, 0902823, 0902824
V5853A2022, V5863A2020
0.7
0902823
0902821, 0902822, 0902823
V5853A2030, V5863A2038
1.2
0902824
0902821, 0902822, 0902824
V5853A2048, V5863A2046
1.9
0902825
None
V5853A2055, V5853A1008,
V5863A1006, V5863A2053
2.9
0902827
None
V5853A2063, V5853A1016,
V5863A1014, V5863A2061
4.6
0902827
None
M8286
4-1/4 (108)
2-5/16 (58)
3-3/16 (81)
1-5/16
(33)
3-15/16
(100)
5
(126)
1/2 (13)
1-15/16
(49)
2-3/8 (61)
M8225A
M19615
Fig. 3. Non-Spring Return Actuator (M6410, M7410)
dimensions in in. (mm).
Fig. 2. Spring Return Actuator (M6435, M7435)
dimensions in in. (mm).
INSTALLATION
When Installing this Product...
1.
2.
3.
4.
WARNING
Read these instructions carefully. Failure to follow them
could damage the product or cause a hazardous
condition.
Check ratings given in instructions and on the product to
ensure the product is suitable for your application.
Installer must be a trained, experienced service
technician.
After installation is complete, check out product
operation as provided in these instructions.
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Severe Scalding Hazard.
Contact with hot liquid can lead to severe injury or
cause death.
For a pressurized valve, only open with Valve
Cartridge Replacement Tool. For complete safety,
release system pressure to the valve body before
changing cartridge.
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CAUTION
Electrical Shock or Equipment Damage Hazard.
Can shock individuals or short equipment
circuitry.
Disconnect power supply before installation.
CAUTION
Sweat Valve Damage Hazard.
Soldering the valve with the cartridge in place can
damage the device.
Prior to attaching valve to piping, remove cartridge
from potential exposure to heat.
M8228A
Fig. 4. Removing protective cover from valve.
IMPORTANT
• Before installing the valve and actuator, use the
protective cover/manual handle to ensure the valve
stem operates freely. Impaired stem operation can
indicate a bent stem (due to rough handling). This
condition can require replacing the valve.
• When installing valves, make sure the flow direction
is correct by checking the arrow on the valve body.
• Mount the valve only with the stem pointing upward.
• Leave the protective cover in place until ready to
attach the actuator.
M8227A
Fig. 5. Valve position indicator (M6410 shown).
Location
Select a location where the valve and actuator are accessible.
IMPORTANT
Mount all valve types in return flow. When delta pvalues exceed 8.70 psi (60 kPa), noise can develop.
Mounting
Valve
The valve body should be completely installed in the pipe line
before the actuator is installed.
IMPORTANT
The insert is packed separately from the V5852,
V5853 Sweat Valve. The valve must be installed and
soldered before the insert is installed in the valve.
Torque the insert between 27 and 44 in.-lb.
1.
2.
3.
M8229B
Verify pipe size and flow direction for the valve being
used.
Position the valve so that the actuator can be easily
installed.
Install the valve using the applicable tools and supplies
(wrenches, solder, flux, torch or soldering iron). Follow
standard practices.
Fig. 6. Mounting actuator to valve (M6410 shown).
1.
2.
3.
Actuator
Remove the protective cover from the valve (Fig. 4).
Make sure the actuator is in the (factory-supplied)
OPEN position.
Screw the actuator connector onto the body of the valve
(Fig. 6).
Wiring
No tools are required to install the M6410A or M7410F on a
valve because they are threaded onto the valve by hand. Do
not overtighten by using a wrench on the connection, because
this can damage the valve or actuator.
Connect the M6410A, M6435A Actuators to the controller
using the controller wiring diagram. See Fig. 8 for a typical
T6984F hookup. For Excel 10® hookup see Fig. 11.
To mount the M6410A or M7410F Actuator, refer to Fig. 4
through 6. Fig. 5 shows the valve position indicator.
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Use the M7410F, M7435F with Excel® 5000/500/100/80 or
T7984 Controllers. Power the M7410F from the same
transformer as the controller. See Fig. 9 and 10. Electrical
installation must comply with wiring diagram shown in Fig. 7.
W7751D,F
SUBBASE
1 = RED = COM ( )
9 10 11 12
M6435
OPEN
CLOSE
24 VAC
COMMON
T6984F
OUT 8
8
OUT 7
7
OUT 6
6
OUT 5
5
OUT 3
4
OUT 4
3
CLOSED SIGNAL
2
OUT 2
1
OPEN SIGNAL
Fig. 7. Electrical installation showing wire colors
and definitions.
24V
M8222
COM
3 = WHITE = 24V
TRIAC EQUIVALENT CIRCUIT
OUT 1
1
24V
(0/2 ...10V)
COM
2 = BLUE =
STEM
STEM
COM DOWN
UP
M6410 SERIES 60
VALVE ACTUATOR
PERIPHERAL
HEATER
OPEN
CLOSE
STEM
STEM
COM DOWN
UP
M6410 SERIES 60
VALVE ACTUATOR
24 VAC
L1
(HOT)
L2
1
0 VAC
1 POWER SUPPLY. PROVIDE DISCONNECT MEANS
AND OVERLOAD PROTECTION AS REQUIRED.
1 TERMINALS 1
AND 3 LOAD
POWER.
M19620
Switch Selection (M7410F)
CHANGEOVER
CONTACT
OUTPUT
SENSOR
CHANGEOVER
INPUT
0 VAC
The two built-in selector switches must be set according to the
valve type (two-way or three-way) and the controller output
signal (0 to 10V or 2 to 10V). See Fig. 12.
M7410
INPUT (2-10V)
24 VAC
COMMON
24 VAC
LEFT SWITCH
L1
(HOT)
L2
1
0 VAC
1 POWER SUPPLY. PROVIDE DISCONNECT MEANS
AND OVERLOAD PROTECTION AS REQUIRED.
100% (10V)
M19617
OUTLET
INLET
100% ...0%
0V ... 10V
V5852A, V5862A
(1/2 IN., 3/4 IN.)
M7435
T7984F
RIGHT SWITCH
0% (0V, 2V)
Fig. 9. M7410F used with T7984F.
CHANGEOVER
CONTACT
M19552
Fig. 11. M6410A Actuator wired with W7751D,F Controller.
Fig. 8. M6435A used with T6984F.
T7984F
REHEATER
INPUT (2-10V)
24 VAC
COMMON
INPUT = 0V ... 10V
0% (0V, 2V)
OUTPUT
100% (10V)
SENSOR
CHANGEOVER
INPUT
0 VAC
24 VAC
0 VAC
1 POWER SUPPLY. PROVIDE DISCONNECT MEANS
AND OVERLOAD PROTECTION AS REQUIRED.
L1
(HOT)
L2
1
A
AB
M19621
0% ... 100%
Fig. 10. M7435F used with T7984F.
2V ... 10V
B
V5853A, V5863A
INPUT = 2V ... 10V
M7866A
Fig. 12. Switch selection according to controller output
signal and valve type (two-way or three-way).
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Switch Selection (M7435F)
= 0 / 2 ... 10V
The two built-in selector switches must be set according to the
desired valve action and the controller output signal (0 to 10V
or 2 to 10V). See Fig. 13.
W2
24 V
1
W1
2
3
10V
2 ... 10V
0 ... 10V
10V
M22023
Fig. 13. Switch selection according to controller output
signal and valve type
(two-way or three-way).
= 0 / 2 ... 10V
24 V
Input Signal Override (M7410F)
To override the controller output signal, connect the input
signal wire with COM (0%) or 24V (100%), see Fig. 14, using
an external relay.
1
2
3
If the temperature falls below a certain point; for example,
32°F (0°C), a relay can switch the 24 Vac to the Y connection
(0 to 10V, 2 to 10V). This opens or closes the valve.
OPERATION
Apply power to the actuator to drive the synchronous motor to
turn a screw spindle that opens or closes the valve. The
actuator is attached to the valve by a hand-tightened coupling
ring and a magnetic coupling that limit the gear assembly
torque and the actuator driving force.
M8226B
Fig. 14. Input signal override for frost protection.
NOTES:
—
The actuator pushes the center stem of the valve down,
compressing the valve spring and closing the valve. When the
actuator reverses, the valve spring expands, opening the valve
and pushing the center stem up.
—
The valves are supplied with a threaded plastic protective
cover/manual handle to protect the stem and to allow for
manual operation. Use the protective cover/manual handle to
fill the system during initial installation.
You can also use the protective cover/handle for
heating/cooling with neither a controller nor
actuator during the building construction phase.
Retain the protective cover. It can be needed for
future manual operation.
Commissioning
A microprocessor within the actuator maintains accurate
control/positioning by recommissioning itself every 24 hours or
whenever power is applied or interrupted. When power is
applied, the actuator drives to 0 and then to its starting
position according to the starting/input signal. The initial
commissioning or 24-hour recommissioning takes between
2.5 and 5 minutes, depending on the position of the actuator.
Turning the protective cover/manual handle:
— Clockwise: pushes the center stem of the valve down,
compressing the valve spring and closing the valve.
— Counterclockwise: allows the spring to expand, pushing the
center stem up and opening the valve.
Valve Flow
TWO-WAY VALVES
In the two-way valves, the direction of flow is always from inlet
port to outlet port as indicated by the arrows on the valve body
(see Fig. 15).
THREE-WAY VALVES
Three-way valves are designed to be used as mixing valves.
This means that port AB is the total flow outlet; port A is the
controlled flow inlet; and port B is the bypass inlet (see
Fig. 16).
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CHECKOUT
INLET
+
–
+
–
OUTLET
IMPORTANT
Operating the system through one complete cycle is
recommended to verify that the valve and actuator
function properly.
INLET
Valve
OUTLET
Check Body and Connections for Leaks
M5357A
Fig. 15. Two-way valve operation block diagram.
AB
A
+
–
AB
B
If leaking or other problems occur:
1. Remove pressure from the valve.
2. Remove the cartridge insert.
+
–
A
Before installing actuator, make sure that the valve stem
operates freely by using the protective cover/manual handle.
Impaired stem operation can indicate that the body was
twisted by faulty piping or that the stem was bent by rough
handling. Either of these conditions can require replacement
of the valve or cartridge insert.
NOTE: Instructions for removing and replacing the
cartridge insert are packed with the WV108
Insert Replacement Tool.
B
3.
M5358
Fig. 16. Three-way valve operation block diagram.
4.
Make sure the cartridge insert O-ring is properly seated
and not damaged.
After installing the actuator, check actuator operation.
Actuator
Perform a functional checkout of the M6410A Actuator as
follows:
1. Change the room temperature setpoint by at least 10°F
(6°C).
2. Make sure the actuator either opens or closes the valve,
depending on the direction of the temperature change.
See Fig. 17.
3. If the actuator stem moves in the wrong direction,
reverse the connections for the open and close actuator
wires.
4. If step 3 does not resolve the problem, replace the
actuator.
Perform a functional checkout of the M7410F Actuator as
follows:
1. Change the Y input signal. The movement of the
actuator stem (Fig. 17) indicates if the valve is opening
or closing.
2. If the direction of the valve stem travel is not correct,
reset the direct/reverse switch.
DIRECTION OF ACTUATOR STEM
OPERATION OF TWO-WAY VALVE
OPENING
CLOSING
OPERATION OF PORT A-AB
OF THREE-WAY VALVE
CLOSING
OPENING
M5292C
Fig. 17. Direction of actuator stem during operation
(M6410 shown).
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