POE-series Electric actuator 1000NM 2000NM

Torque: 1000Nm-2000Nm
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-100/200 Series Electric Actuators, expertly designed to deliver exceptional precision and reliability in a wide range of industrial and commercial applications. These cutting-edge electric actuators offer robust torque outputs of 1000 Newton meters (NM) and 2000 Newton meters (NM), ensuring efficient and accurate control over your valve operations.

    Our POE-100/200 Series Electric Actuators feature a robust and compact design, skillfully engineered using top-quality materials for enhanced durability and long service life. The actuators’ advanced motor technology delivers consistent and reliable performance, even under demanding operating conditions, making them ideal for use with various types of valves, including ball, butterfly, and plug valves.

    Available in multiple voltage options and control configurations, our POE-100/200 Series Electric Actuator ball valve can be customized to meet your specific process requirements. The actuators offer 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 their versatility, the POE-100/200 Series Electric Actuators valve are 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-100/200 Series Electric Actuators today and ensure the optimal performance of your processes for years to come.

    Model POE-100 POE-200
    Power supply AC24V AC110V AC380V AC220V AC24V AC110V AC380V AC220V
    Power 100W 100W
    Rated current 9A 2.2A 0.48A 1.2A 9A 2.2A 0.48A 1.2A
    Torque 300Nm/800Nm/1000Nm 2000Nm
    Running time 15S/30S/50S 100S
    Control loop Type A,B,C,D,E,F,G,H
    Rotation angle 0°~90° adjustable
    Weight 11.5KG 12.1KG
    Insulation resistance 100MΩ/500VD
    Voltage endurance level 1500VAC/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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    FAQS

    What is an electric valve actuator?

    An electric valve actuator is an automated device that activates the movement of a valve. This type of actuator uses an electric motor to provide mechanical action which opens or closes valves, allowing for precise control over fluid flow in industrial and residential applications.

    Electric valve actuators are commonly used as part of home thermostat controllers, as well as in water and gas distribution systems. They have also been widely adopted in industry for controlling processes such as air conditioning, heating, cooling systems, transport networks and manufacturing plants.

    The use of an electric valve actuator allows users to benefit from increased flexibility and ease-of-use when it comes to managing process flow through pipelines and other large-scale systems. Their high accuracy makes them ideal for quickly responding to changes in process controls or environmental conditions with minimal effort on the user’s part. Electric valve actuators can be found in numerous industries including oil & gas production facilities, manufacturing plants, food processing operations and petrochemical refineries where they are relied upon heavily for their precision operation capabilities even under harsh working environments such as extreme temperatures or exposure to chemicals.

    In order to ensure optimal performance from an electric valve actuator it is important that the system has accurate feedback loops so that it can adapt its responses accordingly whenever required – this feedback loop may include sensors which monitor temperature pressure within the pipeline or any other relevant data point depending on local conditions. Additionally modern models may also incorporate connectivity features such smartphone apps which allow users direct access with full transparency into whatever process their electric valves are regulating at any given time – giving real time information about how their facility works without needing physical access to the hardware itself making them even more useful than conventional manual operations ever could be!

    Valve actuator types

    Valve actuators are mechanical devices that use stored energy, such as electricity, hydraulic fluid pressure, pneumatic pressure or gas to open and close valves. There are several different types of valve actuators available for use in different situations.

    The most common type of valve actuator is the pneumatic actuator. These devices rely on air or other gases to operate and often employ either a single- or double-acting cylinder with a piston rod that moves back and forth when compressed gas is fed into it from an external source. This type of valve actuator offers relatively low cost and easy maintenance compared to other types of actuation systems.

    Electric motor-driven linear valves are another popular choice for many applications; these use an electric motor which can be operated remotely or connected to electronic control systems for precise operation. Electric linear actuation usually involves some form of rotary motion (as seen in stepper motors) which transfers the power through various gearing mechanisms until it reaches the appropriate level required to drive a linear movement at the end effector (the point where force is applied). The output may be limited by both speed and torque capabilities — so higher power requirements call for stronger motor drives with more capable gearing configurations associated with them.

    Hydraulic valve actuation relies on pressurized oil instead of air coupled with high pressure seals and check valves regulating flow throughout its operation cycle – thus making it suitable for extremely heavy duty service requirements often encountered in process control industries, offshore drilling facilities etc.. Hydraulic cylinders provide thrust directly proportional to fluid pressure providing smooth motions regardless of load size variations thereby allowing fine tuning without any additional components – making this solution ideal when fast response times are essential considerations too!

    How does an valve electric actuator work?

    Valve electric actuators are devices used to control the flow of fluids in a system. They use electrical signals to open or close valves, allowing for precise control over fluid levels and pressure. The actuator consists of an electric motor, linkage arms, and position sensors. When an external signal is sent to the actuator’s electrical motor, it triggers the motion of its internal mechanical components which move the valve they are connected to.

    The type of movement that occurs is determined by its design; either linear or rotational movements will result in either opening or closing a valve depending on what was required by the system designer. The speed at which it moves can also be adjusted in order to match certain environmental conditions such as temperature or pressure requirements if necessary. As well as this, some models may come with additional features such as manual overrides for emergency situations where power could not otherwise be supplied to operate them correctly due safety concerns.

    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. They are an efficient and cost-effective choice for valve automation due to their ability to precisely adjust the valve’s shaft position, open or close it as desired with minimal effort.

    Electric actuators can be easily programmed to move the valve at a specific speed and angle based on the pressure of a incoming signal from a process controller or other source. This allows them to accurately regulate fluid flow through multiple stages within the same system which is often necessary when operating pressurized systems that require precise control over flow rates. Electric actuators offer fast reaction times compared to manual or pneumatic counterparts, making them ideal for applications where continuous adjustments must be made in order keep operations running smoothly.