POE-10 series Electric actuator 100NM
POE-10 Series Electric Actuator 100NM, expertly designed to deliver exceptional precision and reliability in a wide range of industrial and commercial applications. This cutting-edge electric actuator offers a robust torque output of 100 Newton meters (NM), ensuring efficient and accurate control over your valve operations.
Our POE-10 Series Electric Actuators 100NM features a robust and compact design, skillfully engineered using top-quality materials for enhanced durability and long service life. The actuator’s advanced motor technology delivers consistent and reliable performance, even under demanding operating conditions, making it ideal for use with various types of valves, including ball, butterfly, and plug valves.
Available in multiple voltage options and control configurations, our POE-10 Series Electric Actuator 100NM can be customized 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.
With its versatility, the POE-10 Series Electric Actuator 100NM is perfect for applications in industries such as water treatment, chemical processing, HVAC, and more. Experience the benefits of enhanced valve control and enjoy the advantages of a reliable, efficient, and long-lasting solution.
Trust in the expertise of our dedicated team, who are always available to provide technical support and guidance in selecting the right actuator for your needs. Choose our POE-10 Series Electric Actuator 100NM today and ensure the optimal performance of your processes for years to come.
|Control loop||Type A,B,C,D,E,F,G,H|
|Rotation angle||0°~90° adjustable|
|Voltage endurance level||500AC/1min||1500VAC/1min|
|Installation angle||360° any angle|
|Shell material||Aluminum alloy precision press-forged piece|
What is an electric valve actuator？
An electric valve actuator is a device that helps control the opening and closing of a valve by providing an automated mechanism to move it. They are mainly used in industrial processes, where precise control over the flow of fluids, liquids or gasses is necessary. Electric actuators usually consist of an electric motor coupled with gears, linkages, and mechanical switches that can open or close valves through electrical commands.
The most common type of electric actuator is the rotary type which uses a motor-driven crank system to rotate the valve stem connecting it to the valve body either clockwise or counterclockwise. This helps achieve different settings such as on/off positions, modulating flows and restricting rates depending on how far they’re opened up or closed down. The motors used for this process are commonly stepper motors due to their efficiency at providing high torque output while consuming minimal power during operation.
Apart from rotary types, linear electric actuators are also available which use linear motion instead of rotational motion when operating valves like ball valves and butterfly values etc., Linear types are now being increasingly used in industries since they’re more reliable than their traditional counterparts and have better response time particularly when reacting to changing conditions quickly without any manual intervention needed from personnel staffs.
Electric actuators provide precise regulation for both liquid and gas flow by accurately controlling temperature changes inside steam systems too thus making them ideal for usage in HVAC systems nowadays as well as other applications like water treatment plants where pressurised feedwater needs precisely controlled levels throughout its cycles including during evaporation purposes etc.. Furthermore accuracy along with safety measurements can be achieved even while working against hazardous chemicals since these devices rely only on electronic signals rather than traditional manual operations which need human presence thus reducing any kind risks associated with working alongside these volatile elements like fire hazards etc..
Overall Electric Valve Actuators have become essential components when dealing with automation projects due to its cost effectiveness , ease of installation & operation along with numerous customizable options available thereby allowing users great flexibility over whatever alterations they need made quickly without any hassle!
Valve actuator types
Valve actuators are mechanical devices used to operate valves and other equipment within a system. There are a few different types of valve actuators, each with their own unique set of characteristics and capabilities.
The most common type is the Pneumatic Actuator, which uses air pressure or vacuum to move the valve stem from its current position to open or close it. This type of actuator can be controlled manually by an operator altering the pressure on the chamber with knobs or levers, but it’s often automated by an electronic controller. The advantage of pneumatic actuators is that they provide relatively quick response times compared to other types.
Electric Actuators use electricity as their energy source in order to move a piece of machinery from one position to another. They usually come in either direct-current (DC) models powered by batteries or alternating-current (AC) models that plug into an electrical outlet for power. Electric actuators come in several shapes and sizes and are available for various applications including valves, motors, pumps, fans, HVAC systems etc. Electric actuators also offer high levels of precision due to their ability for digital control settings through variable speed controllers or smart sensors that monitor a variety of conditions such as temperatures and pressures before making adjustments when necessary .
Hydraulic Actuators use hydraulic fluid under pressure like oil or water any time it needs power for movement purposes while still complying with environmental regulations since hydraulic fluids do not pollute so easily like some other fuels would do if not properly managed during operation It’s ideal for large motion machines that require large force outputs because its technology is based on principles established many years ago allowing engineers more freedom when designing special purpose machines from particular specifications . Furthermore , these type of actuator offer higher reliability over long periods due their sealed nature protecting important components from outside contaminants while operating under extreme temperatures .
How does an electric actuator work?
An electric valve actuator is a type of electrical motor device that operates automated valves in various industry applications. Electric valve actuators are used to allow for remote control of fluid flow and pressure, which can help increase efficiency, reduce costs, and improve safety.
When an electric valve actuator is activated, an internal mechanism consisting of a gearbox, linkage arm or lever arm opens or closes the associated pipeline valve by rotating it around its center axis. The internal mechanism can be either manually controlled (in situations where on-site manual operation is needed) or powered by electricity (where remote operation is required).
A typical electric motor-operated closed loop system consists of: A power source such as a battery or mains supply; an Electronic Control Unit (ECU) to receive input signals; an On/Off Switch for manual activation/deactivation; a sensor for measuring positional information such as speed and position; various relays and switches to enable communication between connected components; and the actual electric actuator itself with gearbox components allowing rotation in both clockwise and anticlockwise directions.
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. An electric actuator is a device that transforms electrical energy into mechanical motion in order to open or close a valve. They are commonly used in industrial applications for controlling the flow of liquids and gases as part of an automated system.
Electric actuators come in two main types – on/off control and modulating control. On/off control enables the valve to move between two positions (open or closed) while modulating control enables gradual adjustment of the opening size according to instructions from a programmable logic controller (PLC). Therefore, these different configurations allow more flexibility when using them with butterfly and ball valves depending on requirements.
Butterfly valves have disks mounted onto spindles which rotate in order to open and close them. When combined with an electric actuator they can be used for open-closed operations, such as isolating pipelines from other systems, but also for throttling purposes where accurate regulation of pressure is needed. Ball valves rely on rotational motions from either manual handles or robotic arms which are operated by an actuator, making it possible for precise positioning during automation processes. This kind of valve is most suitable when larger bore diameters are necessary along with positive shut-off capabilities thanks to its tight sealing edge at full closure position against pressure forces inside the pipe system.