Part Turn Electric Actuator
What is part turn electric actuator ?
A Part-turn actuator is a type of actuator, also known as a rotary actuator, that can only rotate left or right over an angle of maximum 300°.Rotating valves and other similar products, such as butterfly valves, ball valves, dampers, plug valves, louver valves, etc., it uses AC415V, 380V, 240V, 220V, 110V, DC12V, 24V, 220V AC power supply as the driving power source, with 4-20mA current The signal or 0-10V DC voltage signal is the control signal, which can move the valve to the desired position and realize its automatic control.Part-turn actuators are much smaller than cylinders and do not have any external moving parts.
Main features of part turn electric actuator
- *Small and light, easy to disassemble and maintain, and can be installed at any position
- *Simple and compact structure, 90-turn quick opening and closing
- *Low operating torque, light and labor saving
- *Flow characteristics tend to be straight, good adjustment performance
- *Multiple control signals: switch control;
- *Proportional (adjustment) control: 0-10VDC or 4-20mA
- *Feedback output optional 4-20mA, auxiliary switch and feedback potentiometer (0~1K)
Technical specification of part turn electric actuator
|Enclosure protection||IP-67 (IP-68 optional)|
|Surrounding temperature||-25℃~60℃（The other temperatures can be customized）|
|Installation angle||Any angle|
|Case material||Aluminium alloy die-casting|
|Optional function||eater space、Overheat protection、Handwheel|
|Product color||milk white (other colors customized)|
Product Show: part turn electric actuator
Product Application: part turn electric actuator
Part Turn Electric Actuator is mainly used to control valves and constitute electric valves. It can be installed with rotary valves,ball valves, butterfly valves, dampers, plug valves, louver valves, etcgate valves, etc., using electricity instead of traditional manpower to control valve rotation to control air, water, steam, various corrosive media, mud, oil, liquid metal and radioactive media.