POE-20/40 series Electric actuator 200NM 400NM

Torque: 200Nm-400Nm
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-20/40 series Electric actuator 200NM 400NM

    POE-20/40 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 200 Newton meters (NM) and 400 Newton meters (NM), ensuring efficient and accurate control over your valve operations.

    Our POE-20/40 Series Electric Actuator 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-20/40 Series Electric Actuators 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-20/40 Series Electric Actuator ball 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-20/40 Series Electric Actuators today and ensure the optimal performance of your processes for years to come.

    Model POE-20/40
    Power supply DC24V DC220V AC24V AC110V AC380V AC220V
    Power 40W 60W
    Rated current 8A 0.35A 5A 0.9A 0.25A 0.48A
    Torque 200Nm 200Nm/400Nm
    Running time 10S 15S/20S
    Control loop Type A,B,C,D,E,F,G,H
    Rotation angle 0°~90° adjustable
    Weight 7.2KG
    Insulation resistance 100MΩ/300VDC 100MΩ/500VD
    Voltage endurance level 500AC/1min 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 a device used to control the opening and closing of valves, including gate, ball, plug, and butterfly valves. It helps increase efficiency in controlling the flow of fluid through piping systems. This type of actuator works by utilizing an electrical control signal from a central processor or programmable logic controller (PLC) to move the valve in either a fully open or closed position, as well as adjust for partial travel.

    There are two main types of electric actuators: linear and rotary. Linear types work by creating force through an electrical current that is converted into mechanical motion which then moves or changes position against spring pressure preloads. Rotary types use an electromagnetic coil within its housing that has alternating current running through it in order to rotate an armature connected to a shaft which turns the valve stem attached to it.

    Electric actuation is ideal when requiring fast response times over manual methods due to its precise control along with remote operation capabilities compared to other non-electric solutions such as hydraulic and pneumatic systems. Additionally, electric actuation can be used with various inputs signals such as 4-20mA DC loop signals from process instruments or digital switch/relay contact closures from PLCs for more complex automation schemes where certain events need specific sequences initiated automatically via programmed instructions from controllers rather than manual intervention required with traditional actuation methods like hand wheels manually opened/closed valves on pipelines or tanks filled with chemicals or hazardous substances not suitable for human manipulation during emergency shutdown operations etc..

    Overall Electric Valve Actuators are reliable tools providing safety features such as limit switches monitoring stroke length & direction while also being able operate at any voltage frequency between 1 – 50 Hz making their power sources easy to locate no matter what part of world you’re located at allowing them offer flexible control solutions perfect for most applications needing controlled automated processes involving liquids & gases operating under low-pressure environments since these particular machines don’t require additional hardware components like compressors in order achieve their desired results efficiently reducing costs associated labor long term while still maintaining consistent high quality performance all same time!

    Valve actuator types

    Valve actuator types are an important part of modern industrial automation. There are several different variations of valve actuators available, each with their own unique advantages and disadvantages. The four most common types of valve actuators include pneumatic, electric, hydraulic and manual mechanisms.

    Pneumatic valve actuators use pressurized air to control the movement of the valve’s stem or disk for reliable linear operation at high speeds. Because they require minimal maintenance in comparison to other models, pneumatic valves are often seen used in the chemical and petrochemical industries as well as any other environment where hazardous materials might be present such as food processing plants and breweries.

    Electric valve actuators are typically used when precise positioning is required along with quick response time. This type of mechanism relies on electrical signals from a controller to move a motor that then moves a threaded shaft (usually via rack-and-pinion) which rotates the spindle controlling the position of the disk inside a ball or globe style valve body as needed for applications involving metering liquids or gases such as oil field wellheads or HVAC systems .

    Hydraulic actuating cylinders use liquid pressure supplied by pumps in order to precisely move either single acting or double acting cylinders for extreme accuracy over long distances involved in certain processes like pipeline operations and water treatment plants. Hydraulic mechanisms are faster than traditional manual labor thereby increasing efficiency while also providing consistent results no matter how complex patterns may be encountered during operation cycles.

    How does an electric actuator work?

    An electric valve actuator is an electromechanical device that uses a motor or solenoid to open and close a valve. Depending upon the type, an electric valve actuator can be used to control water flow in plumbing systems, fuel pressure and temperature in combustion engines, airflow rate for HVAC systems, and media pressure for chemical mixing tanks.

    The basic function of all types of electric valves is the same: they use electricity (either AC or DC) to activate mechanical components inside the actuator which move a stem connected to the control valve’s disc member. This action opens or closes the control valve depending on whether it was turned clockwise or counterclockwise from neutral position.

    Most electric valves are spring-return type wherein when power is no longer applied, the stem automatically returns back due to its pre-installed return spring tension. The amount of torque required depends on what kind of application an actuator will be powering – ranging from low for fluid handling applications up to high torque requirements for industrial process applications such as boilers and pumps

    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 a type of motorized device that converts electrical energy into linear or rotary motion. They are designed to automate industrial process valve applications and provide precise control of the flow, pressure, temperature, levels and other variables in a process line.

    Electric actuators have been adopted as the preferred choice for controlling on/off functions such as butterfly valves and ball valves due to their superior performance characteristics including improved accuracy of control, faster response time to open/close conditions, smooth movement of parts involved with no mechanical wear or tear or need for lubrication thus easier installation & maintenance along with higher reliability compared to manual operations due to less dependence on human intervention when compared with manual operation.