POE-05 series Electric actuator 50NM

Torque: 50Nm
Control: ON-OFF type、Regulation type
Control signal: 4-20 mADC、0-5 VDC、0-10 VDC
Power: 12 VDC,24 VAC,24 VDC,220 VAC,120 VAC,380 VAC 50/60 Hz ±10%
Environment temp : -25℃ ~ 70
Related humidity : ≤90% (25℃)







    Category: Actuator

    Description

    POE-05 series Electric actuator 50NM

    Introducing the POE-05 Series Electric Actuators 50NM, a top-of-the-line solution designed to deliver exceptional precision and reliability in a wide range of industrial and commercial applications. With a powerful 50 Newton meters (NM) torque output, this cutting-edge electric actuator ensures efficient and accurate control over your valve operations.

    Our POE-05 Series Electric Actuator valve 50NM features a robust and compact design, meticulously engineered using high-quality materials for enhanced durability and long service life. The advanced motor technology of the actuator guarantees consistent and reliable performance, even under demanding operating conditions, making it the perfect choice for ball, butterfly, and plug valves.

    The POE-05 Series Electric Actuator ball valve 50NM is available in multiple voltage options and control configurations, allowing for customization to meet your specific process requirements. The actuator offers user-friendly features such as adjustable travel limits, visual position indicators, and manual override capabilities, ensuring seamless integration into your system and ease of operation.

    This versatile actuator is ideal for industries such as water treatment, chemical processing, HVAC, and more, providing enhanced valve control and long-lasting performance. Our dedicated team is always ready to provide technical support and guidance in selecting the right actuator for your needs.

    Choose the POE-05 Series Electric Actuator 50NM today and experience the optimal performance of your processes for years to come. Trust in our expertise to deliver a reliable, efficient, and long-lasting solution.

    Model POE-05
    Power supply DC12V DC24V DC220V AC24V AC110V AC380V AC220V
    Power 20W 10W
    Rated current 3.8A 2A 0.21A 2.2A 0.48A 0.15A 0.24A
    Torque 30Nm/50Nm 15Nm/30Nm/50Nm
    Running time 6S/10S 10s/20S/30S
    Control loop Type A,B,C,D,E,F,G,H
    Rotation angle 0°~360° adjustable
    Weight 2.4KG
    Insulation resistance 100MΩ/300VDC 100MΩ/500VD
    Voltage endurance level 500AC/1min 500VAC/1min
    Protection level IP67
    Ambient temperature -25℃~+60℃
    Installation angle 360° any angle
    Shell material Aluminum alloy precision press-forged piece
    Optional features dehumidifier

     

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    Industry Application of Valve Electric Actuators

    In the valve manufacturing industry, the application of Valve Electric Actuator is a critical aspect that drives operational efficiency and reliability. These components are pivotal in controlling the flow of fluids in industrial systems, offering precision, control, and safety that’s unparalleled.

    Valve Electric Actuators are integral across a wide spectrum of industries, including oil and gas, power generation, water treatment, and chemical processing, to name a few. In these sectors, they serve as the backbone for automating industrial valves, enabling remote operation and accurate control over process variables.

    In the oil and gas industry, for instance, the Valve Electric Actuators are used to manage intricate pipeline networks, efficiently controlling the flow and pressure of oil and gas under various conditions. They are designed to withstand harsh environments and extreme temperatures, ensuring uninterrupted operations, and thereby, minimizing downtime.

    In power generation plants, these actuators play a crucial role in controlling steam flow, thereby contributing to the plant’s overall efficiency and safety. They are also widely deployed in water treatment facilities, where they regulate the flow of water and chemicals during various stages of treatment.

    Moreover, in the chemical processing industry, Valve Electric Actuators are extensively utilized due to their ability to handle aggressive and corrosive substances, which require precise control and reliable performance.

    At the core of our global reach and expertise, we ensure that our Valve Electric Actuators meet the highest quality standards, underpinned by rigorous quality control measures. Our certifications stand testimony to our commitment to delivering industry-leading solutions that cater to the unique demands of each sector we serve.

    In conclusion, the industry applications of Valve Electric Actuators are broad and diverse, reflecting their importance in maintaining the smooth functioning of various industrial processes. As a leading valve manufacturer, we are at the forefront of leveraging this technology to deliver robust, reliable, and efficient solutions that drive industry progress.


    FAQS

    What is an electric valve actuator?

    An electric valve actuator is a motor-driven device that converts electrical energy into mechanical motion to open or close a fluid control valve in response to an analog or digital input signal. It consists of three major components: the motor, the gearbox, and the valves. The motor’s purpose is to provide enough torque and power to move the stem of the valve. The gearbox provides additional torque and speed according to its size and gearing type. Lastly, a variety of valves can be used depending on their application such as ball valves, butterfly valves, gate valves, etc…

    Electric actuators come in many sizes ranging from small micro size for applications with low pressure requirements up to large industrial stroke length models with high pressures which can accommodate almost any need for automation control solutions. They are also available in various designs including pneumatic actuators with pistons, cylinders or diaphragms; hydraulic types using pistons; electrohydraulic systems; electromechanical types relying on solenoid operation; as well as stepper-motor/servo motors among others.. Depending on their design they usually offer features like manual override capabilities making them easier to setup with simple analog inputs like switches or pressure sensors , adjustable operating speeds allowing greater control over operation time versus just “open”/”closed” responses, control feedbacks for better system understanding performance levels ; ultimately providing you with more precise process management .

    In conclusion electric valve actuators are versatile devices designed for automated systems requiring accurate process control without needing manual labor intervention due to hazardous environments or long distance operations. Their modularity allows them fit almost any system configuration needs while offering features such as adjustable speed settings , positive/feedback controls , safety overrides ,and much more .

    Valve actuator types

    Valve actuators are devices used to control the opening and closing of valves in various applications. There are a variety of valve actuator types available, each with its own unique features and capabilities.
    The most common types of valve actuators include:

    Linear Actuators – These provide linear motion in one direction, usually up or down, to manually move a stem attached to the valve open or closed. They can also be connected to an electric motor which allows for automated operation of the valves based on pre-programmed conditions or external signals from manual switches/sensors etc. Linear actuators are typically designed for use with ball, butterfly and gate valves in both industrial and commercial installations.

    Rotary Actuators – These act as a mechanical link between an electric source (e.g., a motor) and an output that rotates up to 90 degrees; it is used mainly with quarter turn type valves such as ball/butterfly/plug valves etc.. The basic rotation is 90° plus additional rotation depending on model type & design; this additional rotation helps users fine tune settings such as stroke length & characteristics, speed control etc., all while giving precise control over the position of the output shaft using either manual commands or preset programs within its controller system where applicable).

    Pneumatic Actuators – A pneumatic actuator uses pressurized air (or gas) through tubes from its source and controlled by pressure relief values coupled with appropriate mechanical linkage arrangements ,to create enough force to rotate quarter turn type valve stems either clockwise or counterclockwise . It’s best utilized when working on remote locations without electricity but powered by air compressed sources via lines connected from main sources like pumps / compressors / regulators etc.. In comparison it has less accuracy than other types since these cannot be easily monitored & adjusted due to lack direct visibility during active operations plus they require more maintenance level monitoring & servicing duties regularly throughout their life cycle too!
    Pneumatic cylinder actuated diaphragm controls have been around since 1950’s mostly retrofitted models found in residential settings however newer version designs come fully equipped with advanced accessories like limit switchs ,conditional checks sensors modern day controllers available too if needed/requested!!

    Hydraulic Actuator – Similar concept applies here as above however instead using pressurized gas it uses fluids including oil / water at certain temperatures under extreme pressures for actuation purposes providing greater flexibility compared pneumatic setup mentioned earlier due its ability handle greater power levels needed operate larger heavy duty machinery! Its built similar fashion conventional motors but provides faster movement response times allowing user have better reaction speeds if there unforeseeable changes environment forcing them adjust movements quickly safely ensure minimal downtime prevent major damages happening large systems how much cost depends size set used budget work within!!

    How does an electric actuator work?

    An electric valve actuator is an electronic device used to control the flow of fluids such as air, water, or steam. It consists of a motor and gearing that are capable of controlling the opening and closing of valves in response to an external signal or digital command. The actuator is designed to interface with other components in a system and report back on its position relative to the command it was given.

    Electric valve actuators typically operate through two main types of mechanisms: rotary and linear motion. Rotary actuators use either stepper motors or servo motors which make use of gears, belts, rotors, linkage systems and pulleys for changing the orientation angles between two axes. Linear motion is achieved by using either pneumatic cylinders with solenoids attached to them or else electromechanical devices like chambers filled with liquid crystals that allow for precise movements along a single axis via pressure generated within closed cells containing gas-charged pistons.

    The input signals sent from controllers determine how far open or closed each valve should be, as well as how fast it should respond when switching positions. To measure this position accurately over time (in order to provide feedback), many models have integrated sensors such as potentiometers or encoders which send data directly back into digital systems for monitoring purposes. Electric valves can also be programmed so they adjust automatically based on certain conditions like temperature levels present in their environment – this kind of automation saves time instead having someone manually adjusting each one individually every day!

    Can electric actuators be used to control butterfly valves and ball valves?

    Yes, electric actuators can be used to control butterfly valves and ball valves. Electric actuators are powered by an electrical source such as a battery or power cord and are motorized devices that use linear motion to push, pull, turn, raise or lower a valve stem.

    Electric actuators have many advantages over manual operations including reliable operation in harsh environments with no manual intervention required; faster operation without the need for physical labor; improved safety since the operator is not in danger of being injured by an emergency shut down; better control of air/water flow since it can be accurately adjusted using low-voltage signals from a programmable logic controller (PLC); less noise emissions due to electric motors running at lower speeds than manually operated valves; and improved energy efficiency since they consume less electricity as compared to other types of motors.

    When controlling butterfly valves and ball valves with electric actuators, proper selection based on system criteria must be considered before installation. Point-to-point accuracy is important here because incorrect initialization could lead to overstroking resulting in valve failure or leakage occurring beyond tolerance levels. Other considerations include application requirements such as on/off speed, duty cycle rating for sustained actuation requests outside set parameter limits like temperature range etc., NEMA protection type of the housing material for indoor & outdoor exposure conditions (corrosion resistance) etc…