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Auma India multi-turn electric actuators

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Auma India Head Office at BangaIore
Auma is the world's leading manufacturer of electric actuators, actuator controls and valve gearboxes
for the automation of industrial valves / gates / dampers. Auma has more than 45 years of experience in
research & development and manufacturing electric actuators.
Auma ndia, a subsidiary of Auma Germany has established itself as the leading brand name in the
ndian actuator market, since 1986. Auma ndia offers the widest range of solutions for torque
requirements from 10 Nm to 16000 Nm with or without integral starter for direct actuation and up to
360000 Nm in combination with gearboxes.
Auma ndia has state-of-the-art manufacturing facility at Bangalore. t sells its products through the
sales offices in Bangalore, Pune, Noida and Kolkata. Auma ndia has a number of service centers and
service representatives across ndia to ensure prompt after-sales service.
This brochure provides an overview of the functions and applications of Auma India multi-turn actuators and actuator
controls, for potential users. It can be used as the basis to determine the suitability of a device for the chosen application. For
latest information on Auma products, visit or contact our sales team. www.auma.co.in
Introduction
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TabIe of Contents
ntroduction 3 Terminal Plan (OPEN - CLOSE Duty) 44 - 48
Applications 5 Sample Wiring Diagrams 49 - 52
Type Designation 6 High Torque Actuator Data Sheets 53 - 58
Multi-turn Actuators 7 Tests & Test Certificates 59
Design Principle 8 - 9
Actuator Services 10
Signaling & Control Accessories 11 - 14
Motors 15
Motor Protection 16
Actuators for Regulating Duty 17
Position Transmitters & Positioners 18 - 21
Types of Actuator Controls 22 - 24
Mechanical nterface 25
Electrical nterface 26 - 27
Modularity - Multiple Applications 28
Actuator Service Conditions 29
Technical Data for OPEN -CLOSE Duty 30 - 31
Electrical Data for OPEN -CLOSE Duty 32 - 33
Technical Data for Regulating Duty 34
Electrical Data for Regulating Duty 35
Dimension Sheet, Norm Actuator 36 - 37
Dimension Sheet, Epac Actuator 38 - 39
Dimension Sheet, Wall Mountable Epac
Actuator
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Dimension Sheet, Semipact Actuator 41
Dimension Sheet, Output Drives 42
Dimension Sheet, Linear Thrust Unit 43
Auma ndia multi-turn actuators of SA range can be used wherever automation of valves are required.
Auma ndia offers customized actuation solutions for diverse applications in various industries to
automate flow control devices, on account of:
Availability of a wide torque range.
Various combination of Auma actuators and valve gearboxes, thus further extending the torque
range and / or converting the multi-turn actuator into part-turn, lever or linear actuator.
Availability of a large variety of versions, suitable for use in explosion proof applications, nuclear
power generation applications.
Fieldbus applications.
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AppIications




Energy Sector
Conventional power plants
(coal, gas, oil)
Co-generation power plants
Hydroelectric power plants
Biogas power plants
Solar thermal power plants
Nuclear power plants
Water Sector
Sewage treatment plants
Water treatment plants
Drinking water distribution
Seawater desalination
Others
Air conditioning
Chemical industry
Pharmaceutical industry
Food industry
Shipbuilding industry
Steel mills
Cement works
Petrochemical complexes
...
Explosion proof actuators and actuators for use in nuclear applications
are described in separate catalogues.
*For High torque actuator specifications refer High torque actuator data sheets.
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Output
Drive
A Stem nut
B PIug sIeeve
C Dog coupIing
D Stub shaft
E Bore with keyway
Output Speed
4 rpm
5.6 rpm
8 rpm
11 rpm
16 rpm
22 rpm
32 rpm
45 rpm
63 rpm
90 rpm
125 rpm
180 rpm

Model: SAR

Model: SA

Model: SAR Semipact

Model: SA Semipact

Model: SAR Epac
Model: SA Epac
Model: SAREx
Model: SAEx
Model: SACEx
Model: SARCEx








Regulating Duty

OPEN- CLOSE Duty

OPEN- CLOSE Duty

Regulating Duty

OPEN- CLOSE Duty

Regulating Duty


AF Spring Ioaded stem
nut
DD Extended shaft
Model: SA .1
Model: SAR .1
CLOSE Duty
CLOSE Duty
CLOSE Duty
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Proof
Regulating Duty
Regulating Duty
Regulating Duty
Auma
epac
Explosion
Norm
Explosion
Compact
SA
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OPEN-
OPEN-



Torque
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12 kgm
15 kgm
25 kgm
30 kgm
50 kgm
60 kgm
100 kgm


Type Designation: ExampIe
3 kgm
6 kgm
Auma Norm
ntegral Starter
Proof
Semipact
High Torque *
Auma
Auma
Explosion
Auma
Auma
Type Designation
SAR Semipact
ModeI
SA Semipact
SA epac
SAR epac
SARCEx

SAEx
SAREx
SACEx
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SAR


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Multi-turn Actuator SA 3 - SA 100
Multi-turn Actuator SA 3 - SA 100
Multi-turn Actuator SA 25.1 - SA 40.1
Auma High Torque Actuator
Multi-turn Actuator SA 3 - SA 100
with ntegral Starter- Auma Epac
Multi-turn Actuator SA 3 - SA 100
Explosion Proof - Auma Compact
Multi-turn Actuator SA 3 - SA 100
Explosion Proof - Auma Norm
Auma Semipact
Auma Norm
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MuIti-turn Actuators
Change Gears
Motor
ManuaI Operation
TerminaI
Compartment
Reduction Gearing
VaIve Attachment
Switch Compartment

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Design PrincipIe
Design PrincipIe
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Motor
To unseat valves from end positions high starting torque
is required, which is provided by the motors developed
by Auma ndia.
is tripped, the sliding worm may move back to initial
position by the action of torque measuring springs. This
allows torque switch to be released. f control system
provides continuous signal, this results in hunting of
motor. This can be avoided by the use of auxiliary relay.
Note on SeIf Locking:
Self locking gearing does not ensure safe stopping
after an operation. f this is required, separate locking
arrangement must be provided.
Change Gears
Auma actuators are driven by special combination of
gears, which are outside the grease filled housing and
require no lubrication. f required, output speed can be
easily altered by changing the gear pair and / or motor at
site.
Output Speeds Switch Compartment
With large range of available output speeds, almost
every required time can be achieved with Auma
actuators.
The actuator output speed is determined by the motor
speed, change gears and reduction gear ratio of worm /
worm wheel.
The output speeds are available from 4 - 180 rpm.
During trial run, if found necessary, the output speed
can be easily changed by exchanging the change
wheels at site. The grease filled housing need not be
opened for this purpose. The torque switch setting &
limit switch setting remains the same. For actuators with
output drive A (Stem nut), max. permissible stem
velocity must be observed:
For gate valves max. 500 mm / min.
For globe valves max. 250 mm / min.
For higher velocities, it is recommended to use spring
loaded stem nut type AF (special design).
Reduction Gearing
A well proved principle of worm gearing is used to
reduce the motor speed to required output speed of
actuator. Self locking feature is achieved by worm
gearing up to 90 rpm at output. Worm shaft and output
shaft with worm wheel run in ample sized bearings. The
sliding worm is positioned between two sets of springs
on worm shaft. The worm moves axially in relation to
thrust, which is the measure for torque. Via lever &
gears, the torque measure is transmitted to control unit.
SeIf Locking
Auma multi-turn actuators SA / SAR 3 to SA / SAR 100
are self locking (see note) with exception of output
speeds 125 & 180 rpm. Actuators with 125 & 180 rpm
are having double start worm drive. After torque switch
Depending upon type of valve, the actuator must be
switched off at the end positions by limit switch or
torque switch. For this purpose, independent limit
switching or torque switching devices are provided in
the switch compartment. The switching devices are
easily accessible for any setting at site.
Terminal Compartment
All electrical connections are terminated inside the
terminal compartment through multi-pin plug & socket
connector as standard. Multi-pin plug & socket
connectors are provided for ease of connection and
maintenance. Screw type connectors are also provided
as an option. For detailed information, refer page 26.
Valve Attachment
The valve mounting flange is according to SO 5210 /
DN 3210. Various output drives are available for
adaption to various types of valves.
Mounting Position
Auma actuators with or without integral starters can be
operated without restriction in any mounting position.
Manual Operation
Electric actuators have a handwheel to enable
operation of the actuator during commissioning or in
case of power failure. f the actuator motor is switched
on again after manual operation, the handwheel is
automatically disengaged from the motor drive.


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Actuator Services
OPEN-CLOSE Duty Short Time and ntermittent Duty as per S 12824
The characteristic feature of this actuator is open loop
control. The normal valve positions in OPEN-CLOSE
duty are end positions OPEN and CLOSE. After
receiving command, the actuator operates the valve to
one of the end positions or if necessary to a preset
intermediate position. The frequency of operation of
valves can span between a few minutes to several
months.
Auma multi-turn actuators type SA for OPEN-CLOSE
service are rated for short time duty S2-15 min,
generally.
Typical Characteristics of OPEN-CLOSE Duty
Short time duty S2
Operation at constant load during a given time, less
than that required to reach thermal equilibrium,
followed by a rest and de-energized period of sufficient
duration to re-establish machine temperatures within
2C.
The duration of short time is limited to 15, 30 or 60 min.
Intermittent Duty S4
A sequence of identical duty cycles, each cycle
including a significant period of starting, a period of
operation at constant load and a rest and de-energized
period. These periods being too short to attain thermal
equilibrium during one duty cycle.
The relative on time at S4-25% is limited to 25% of the
cycle time.
Regulating / Modulating Duty
The characteristic feature of this actuator is closed loop
control in which input command signal to actuator is
directly influenced by the flow through the valve.
Regulating / Modulating duty actuator SAR operates
between two set bands between OPEN-CLOSE
positions depending upon actual valve position and
feedback signal. The motors of these actuators are
rated for intermittent duty S4-25%. The mechanical
components and motors are designed to withstand a
large number of operations required for modulating
applications.
Permissible number of starts-stops depends upon
actuator size & speed. The details are available in data
sheets.
Typical Characteristics of Regulating Duty
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Limit Switching
The limit switching enables actuators to switch off when
reaching defined valve position, usually end positions.
The valve travel is measured by mechanical counter
gear mechanism, which when reaching the set
switching points, operate the electrical limit switches by
cams. The setting accuracy is 1/10 of a turn of actuator
output shaft.
n limit switching, Two train counter gear and Four train
counter gear versions are available. Four Train Counter Gear
Two Train Counter Gear Torque Switching
For Two train counter gear, two limit switches, one for
each direction of travel having 1 NO + 1 NC or 2 NO + 2
NC contacts are provided. The number of spindle turns
can be set between 1 and 480 or 1 and 4800.
Two Train Counter Gear
The torque switching enables to switch off the actuator
when pre-determined torque is reached. The torque
switching works on principle of sliding worm.
Axial displacement of worm proportional to thrust is
transmitted to torque switches. Torque switches
operate in closing & opening directions. The required
tripping torque can be easily set on the graduated dial
and can be read directly in daNm. f limit switch cut off is
selected prior to torque switch, then torque switch
serves as overload protection.
For tight seating of certain valves, the actuator must be
operated to end position CLOSED with defined force.
Such operation can be carried out by torque seating.
Limit seating is commonly used in the end position
OPEN.
When torque seating is used at end position, limit
switches can be used for signalization. Therefore,
actuator controls can differentiate whether actuator
was switched off by torque switch or by limit switch.
Micro switches of torque switching are provided with 1
NO + 1 NC or 2 NO + 2 NC contacts for both open and
close directions.
Torque Switching
Four Train Counter Gear
f limit switching is required at two end positions only,
Two train counter gear is used. However, if two
additional intermediate switching positions are desired,
Four train counter gear is required. This limit switching
has four counter gears and four limit switches. Two
counter gears are used to switch off at end positions as
in Two train counter gear while the other two are
available for setting any desired intermediate positions
between end positions. After cam actuation, the
switches remain actuated till reaching end of valve
travel.
Example of such applications are:
To stop at intermediate position.
Sequence control, that is to start another
equipment like pump or bypass valve actuator
after certain travel of valve.
The accuracy of setting is 1/10 of a turn of actuator
output shaft. For four train counter gear, four limit
switches of 1 NO + 1 NC or 2 NO + 2 NC contacts are
provided.
Running ndication
Blinker switch is provided in the actuator and can be
used as running indicator.
Blinker Switch
TechnicaI Data - Micro Switch Ratings
Type of Switch Type of Current
Rating in Amp at
Approximate Electrical Contact
Rating
30 V 75 V 125 V 250 V
Limit and Torque
AC, cos = 0.8
nductive
8 7 6 5
50,000 cycles at 250 V AC,
5 A
DC nductive
5 1 0.2 0.1
50,000 cycles at 250 V DC,
0.1 A
DC Resistive 7 1 0.5 0.25
50,000 cycles at 250 V DC,
0.25 A
Blinker
AC, cos = 0.8
nductive
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Micro Switches
With the help of micro switches, mechanical
parameters such as travel & torque are converted into
electrical signals for actuator control. There are four
switches in the basic version:
One limit switch each for the end positions OPEN
and CLOSE.
One torque switch each for the directions OPEN
and CLOSE.
Limit switches are tripped when an end position is
reached and torque switches are tripped when the set
tripping torque is exceeded.
The micro switches are individually sealed to enclosure
protection class P 66, as per S 13947. The micro
switches have double break change over potential free
contacts. The circuit is interrupted simultaneously at
two points. The basic versions of the switch contacts are
of silver. For low current ratings, micro switches with
gold plated contacts are available as an option.
Switching another circuit also with different
voltage and current.
Safety function, to operate with single switch.
Multiplying the available contacts, example for
signalization.
For such applications, a relay is recommended since
there may be small differences in tripping points of
tandem switches.
Tandem Micro Switch
Single and Tandem Micro Switches
Limit and torque switches are available in single or
tandem versions.
Single Micro Switch
Limit or torque switches in tandem version have
additional switching contacts. These contacts can be
wired for following applications:
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TechnicaI Data - Remote Position Indicator
Potentiometer
Standard : 220 Ohms, 3W,
Linearity 3%
Optional : 100, 560, 1000 Ohms,
3W, Linearity 3%
Precision : 200, 500, 1000 Ohms,
5000 Ohms
1W, Linearity 0.5%
Power Supply
Unit
PS 01, nput 220 V, 50 Hz,
Output 24 V DC
Position
Meter
0 - 100% in various sizes
Reduction Gear Unit
A reduction gear unit (RGU) in the actuator is used for
mechanical position indication, remote position
indication and for operation of intermediate switches.
The output shaft of the actuator drives final output shaft
of RGU through a series of reduction gears and final
shaft turns by approximately 270 while actuator output
shaft performs full number of turns as set on Two train or
Four train counter gear unit. The reduction gear ratio
needed for each particular case is fitted at works if the
ratio is known. For this purpose fixed RGU is supplied. f
the ratio needs to be altered at site, variable ratio RGU
is available, which allows simple modification at site
depending upon number of output shaft for full stroke of
valve.
Reduction Gear Unit (RGU)
Remote Position Indicator
The position of the valve can be transmitted as a
conti nuous si gnal for remote i ndi cati on. A
potentiometer mounted on RGU is used for this
purpose. A power supply unit provides necessary
voltage to the potentiometer. The potentiometer rotates
through 270 for one full stroke of valve & output signal
from potentiometer is proportional to valve travel. Thus,
the actual position of the valve can be read
continuously on position meter calibrated & mounted
on control panel.
Remote Position ndicator
DigitaI Remote Position Indicator
The position display can be provided by digital remote
position indicator, which displays open position in
percentage.
Digital Remote Position ndicator
Position ndicators
Continuous MechanicaI Position Indicator
Adjustable discs having symbols for OPEN and CLOSE
indicate the position of the valve continuously. The discs
can be seen through an indicator glass on switch
compartment cover. The OPEN-CLOSE discs can be
set to coincide with limit switching. The mechanical
position indicator requires reduction gear unit for
operation.
*As an option digital mechanical position indicator can
be provided in place of mechanical position indicator.
Continuous Mechanical Position ndicator
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TechnicaI Data - Space Heater
Volts, AC 230 230 110 110 24
Resistance,
Ohms
5 k 2.7 k 1.2 k 0.6 k 120
Rating, Watts 10 20 10 20 5
SignaIing & ControI Accessories
ntermediate Switches Space Heater
With this limit switching, additional switching points can
be set for each direction of rotation. The switching can
be set between 25% and 75% of valve travel in each
direction. The switch sub-assembly consisting of 2 or 4
cam switches is mounted on output shaft of RGU. Each
micro switch has 1 NO + 1 NC contact.
ntermediate Switches
Condensation in the actuator is possible due to wide
fluctuation of the ambient temperature. The heater
integrated in the control unit prevents the water
condensation. The heater is rated for continuous duty.
*Self regulating space heater and space heater with
thermostat can also be provided on request.
Manual Operation
During commissioning or in an emergency or when
there is no power supply, actuator can be operated by
handwheel. The manual drive is engaged by means of a
lever. When motor starts running, the manual drive gets
disengaged immediately & handwheel does not rotate
during power operation.
n manual operation, hammer blow can be effected with
handwheel. The hammer blow makes it possible to
open a jammed or rarely operated valve.
Top Bevel Gear Set
Using a side mounted handwheel instead of the
standard handwheel can further reduce manual effort
on the handwheel. Reduction ratios available are:
SA 3 / 6 / 12 / 15 2:1
SA 25 / 30 / 50 / 60 3:1
SA 100 4:1
nstead of handwheel, a chain pulley can also be
provided for actuators mounted in inaccessible zones.
Top Bevel Gear Set

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Motors
TechnicaI Data - Motor
3 ph AC Motor 1 ph AC Motor** DC Motor*
Voltages /
Frequency
Std 50 Hz 415 V
50
Hz
220 V - 240 V
440 V, 220 V, 110 V,
48 V, 24 V
Optional
50 Hz
/ 60
Hz
220 V, 380 V, 400 V,
415 V, 440 V, 460 V,
480 V, 500 V, 550 V,
690 V
Permissible
Variation in Voltage
10% 10% 10%
Motor Standard S 325 S 996 S 4722
Mounting C Type Flange, B14, S 2223
Enclosure Protection P 67 or P 68 after mounting P 55 after mounting
Type of Cooling Surface Cooled
nsulation Class
S 1271
Std. : F Class
Optional : H Class
Starting Direct On Line
Direct On Line
(Not applicable for
above 4.0 kW rating
motors)
Type of Duty S2-15 min. or S4-25% as per S 12824
Direction of Rotation Bi-directional
Motor Protection 3 Thermoswitches 2 Thermoswitches 4 Thermoswitches
Motors
As a standard, Auma multi-turn actuators are equipped
with 3 phase induction motors. Auma motors are class F
insulated and withstand winding temperature up to
140C.
The motors are used for short time duty (S2-15 min. or
S4-25% as per S 12824) and provide approximately
three times rated torque for short duration. The size of
the motor is smaller compared to continuous duty motor
S1 of same output power. This results in reduced inertia
of the rotor and therefore less overshoot after switching
off the motor. Auma motors are designed for enclosure
protection class P 55 / P 67 / P 68 when mounted on
the actuator (See Technical data for motor). All motor
cables are brought to terminal compartment cover from
inside of the actuator thus avoiding terminal box.
SingIe Phase AC Motors
Auma actuators can be supplied with single phase AC
motor. The required capacitor is fitted in the terminal
compartment cover.
DC Motors
Auma actuators are also available with DC motors.
These motors operate on 24 V, 48 V, 110 V, 220 V or
440 V DC supply.
AC Motors with Other VoItages and Frequency
Three phase induction motors are available in wide
range of operating voltages from 220 V to 690 V and
operating frequency of 50 or 60 Hz.
* For detailed information on DC motors, please
contact Auma.
** 1 ph AC motor for given voltages is available only
for 0.06 / 0.12 / 0.25 kW for 1400 rpm.
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TechnicaI Data - Thermoswitch
AC Voltage Switch Rating
250 V AC Cos =1 2.5 A
250 V AC Cos =0.6 1.6 A
Tripping Temp. 140C
Reset Temp. 90 - 110C
TechnicaI Data - TPU
Supply Voltage
110 / 230 / 380 / 415 V AC
10%, 50 Hz
24 V DC 10%
nput Max. 6 numbers PTC thermistors
Ambient
Temperature
-5C to + 55C
Output Contacts
2 change over (2 NO + 2 NC)
potential free contacts
Rated at 4 Amps 230 V
Operational life 1 million on / off operation
Motor Protection
Motor Protection
Thermoswitch
Motor winding may get overheated if the actuator is run
beyond rated duty or if the rotor is stalled for
considerable longer time or if too high ambient
temperature is encountered. n order to protect the
motor against overheating, thermoswitches are
embedded in the windings of three phase, single phase
AC motors and DC motors. When integrated into the
control circuits, they will protect the motor against
damage due to excessive winding temperature.
The thermoswitches interrupt the control circuit as soon
as winding temperature of 140C is exceeded. After
cooling down to a temperature of approximately 110C,
the actuator can be switched on once again.
Note: The motor protection device must be integrated
into the controls, otherwise warranty for motor becomes
null & void.
Thermistors
Another way of protecting the motor from burnout due to
overheat is through Thermistors. Thermistors are
temperature sensors, which are basically of two types:
PTC (Positive Temperature Coefficient)
NTC (Negative Temperature Coefficient)
Normally PTC thermistors are used, which has low
resistance under normal conditions and whose
resistance increases to a very high value at critical
temperature. The response time of thermistor is very
less, to the tune of <10 sec. t operates within 1C of
the rated temperature.
The PTC thermistors are embedded in the motor
windings. One set of thermistor consists of 3
thermistors connected in series (1 thermistor per
phase). These thermistors are to be connected to
Thermistor Protection Unit (TPU) whose scope of
supply is to be confirmed. Whenever the tripping
temperature is attained it cuts off the supply and resets
at pre-determined value.
Note: The technical data furnished is for reference only.
Confirm with works before placing an order. Scope of
supply of TPU is to be confirmed.
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Actuators for ReguIating Duty
Description of Regulating Duty
Auma actuators of type SAR are suitable for Regulating
duty / Modulating duty. SAR actuator achieves any
position of travel between 0 - 100% of valve stroke
depending on the remote set point command given by
the customer's DCS / PLC. SAR actuators differ from
SA actuators in several respects:
4 pole motors are used to reduce overshoot.
Worm with high quality finish on flanks for better
efficiency.
Disc springs on worm shaft are pre-compressed to
reduce dead band when reversing.
While selecting Auma actuators for regulating duty
applications, following points should be noted:
Max. no. of starts - 1200 cycles / hour with motor
power up to 0.55 kW and 600 cycles / hour with
motor power above 0.55 kW.
Output speed of actuator max. 45 rpm.
Torque for regulating duty should not exceed 50%
of max. torque of actuator.
Max. torque of actuator can be used for seating
and unseating of the valve.
For reversing service, duration of impulse should
be minimum of 50 ms.
Electronic position transmitter or precision
potentiometer should be used for remote position
indication.
The motor should be short time duty class S4 -
25%.


The SAR actuator basically consists of control units as
explained in following diagram:
PrincipIe of Operation:
SAR: Regulating duty actuator
MSAR: Sensor for actuator, i.e., position transmitter at
actuator (potentiometer or inductive LVDT)
MUSAR: Signal converter for SAR i.e., Electronic
position transmitter (RWG 1001 / 2002) or nductive
position Transmitter (WG 1002 / WG 1003)
V : Regulating valve
W : Reference input
CU 01: Electronic positioner
M : Sensor for regulating valve
MU : Signal converter for sensor
SE : Setting nominal value
XR : nput value at controller
YR : Output value at electronic positioner

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TechnicaI Data - RWG 1001
Configuration 3 Wire
Supply Voltage
24 V DC Min. 18, Max.
33 V
Output Current 0 / 4 - 20 mA
nput Resistance 150 kOhms
Displacement of zero
position, Max.
25%
Displacement of end
position, Max.
from 50 to 100%
nfluence of supply
voltage variation
Max. 0.2%
Temp. Drift 0.2% 10C
Linearity not considering
potentiometer
0.05%
TechnicaI Data - RWG 2002
Configuration 2 Wire
Supply Voltage
24 V DC Min. 18,
Max. 33 V
Ouput Current 4 - 20 mA
nput Resistance 150 kOhms
Displacement of Zero Position,
Max.
25%
Displacement of End Position,
Max.
From 60 to 100%
nfluence of supply voltage
variation
Max. 0.15%
Linearity not considering
potentiometer
< 1%
Position Transmitters & Positioners
Electronic Position Transmitter RWG 1001 Electronic Position Transmitter RWG 2002
This device is a signal converter for the transformation
of resistance value into proportionate current signal. t
can also be placed in the actuator where the position
determined by the potentiometer is converted into 4 -20
mA current signal.
As position transmitter, preferably a potentiometer of
4.7 kOhm should be used so that the reference voltage
source is not overloaded. This device requires 24 V DC
power supply regulated within 15%. Auma power
supply unit PS 01 is recommended for this purpose.
RWG 1001 is a 3 wire system and is having linearity of
0.05%.
RWG 1001
This is basically same as RWG 1001, however with 2
wire system. The linearity is less than 1%.
RWG 2002
TechnicaI Data - RWG 2002 DG
Supply Voltage
24 V DC
10% regulated
Output 1 (solated)
Output 2 (solated)
0 / 4 - 20 mA
0 / 4 - 20 mA
Current Drawn 100 mA
Adjustability of Span 50%
Adjustability of Zero 25%
Change in Output due to
nput Supply Variation
< 0.2%
Linearity Error for both
Outputs
< 1%
TechnicaI Data - IWG 1002
Configuration 2 Wire
Supply Voltage
24 V DC
15% regulated
Output Current 4 - 20 mA
Resistance Max. 600 Ohms
Displacement of zero
position, Max.
25%
Displacement of end
position, max.
60 to 100%
Temp. drift 0.4% / 10C
Linearity (not considering
LVDT)
< 0.3%
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Position Transmitters & Positioners
Dual Output Position Transmitter RWG 2002 DG nductive Position Transmitter WG 1002
t is a signal converter device for the transformation of
resistance value into proportionate galvanically isolated
two current outputs. This device requires 24 V DC
power supply regulated within 10%. Auma power
supply unit PS 01 is recommended for this purpose.
When using Auma actuators for regulating duty with
demand of high accuracy, an inductive position
transmitter can be fitted to give precise read out of
position.
The output signal is used as feedback to electronic
positioner or for position indicator. The system consists
of two parts, a linear variable differential transformer
(LVDT) and an electronic unit. The smallest change of
magnetic core in the measuring coil is transformed into
proportional signal. The transmitter has no moving
contacts. This device requires 24 V DC power supply
regulated within 15%. Auma power supply unit PS 01
is recommended for this purpose. The linearity of the
unit is less than 0.3%.
WG 1002
TechnicaI Data - CU 01
nput We1
XE1
0 - 20 mA (4 - 20 mA)
0 - 20 mA (4 - 20 mA)
or 0 - Uref
Time delay 1 - 20 sec.
Adjustment of zero point 0 - 20%
Adjustment of end
position
60 to 100%
Sensitivity (dead band) 1% - 10%
Relay output (max.
resistive load)
230 V, 10 A
TechnicaI Data - IWG 1003
Configuration 3 Wire
Supply Voltage
24 V DC
15% regulated
Output Current 0 / 4 - 20 mA
Resistance Max. 600 Ohms
Displacement of zero
position, Max.
25%
Displacement of end
position, max.
60 to 100%
Temp. drift 0.4% / 10C
Linearity (not considering
LVDT)
< 0.3%
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TechnicaI Data - Potentiometer
Resistance 4.7 kOhm 0.5%
Power Rating 3 Watt at 40C
Angle of Rotation 275 5
Linearity 0.5%
Position Transmitters & Positioners
nductive Position Transmitter WG 1003 Electronic Positioner CU 01
WG 1003 is similar to WG 1002 however with 3 wire
system.
WG 1003
The electronic positioner CU 01 is designed as a three
level positioner for regulating of actuator. By comparing
two input signals (reference signal W & regulating
signal X), the positioner determines the difference. n
case this exceeds a certain value, the actuator is
switched on by relays. The direction of rotation
(opening or closing) depends upon the plus or minus
sign of the deviation. Thus, the regulating signal
generated by potentiometer or LVDT changes &
when the regulating signal & reference signal
become equal, the actuator stops as long as no
new correction is required.
CU 01
Potentiometer
A potentiometer is used as sensor for actuator. Single
turn wire wound potentiometer with 4.7 kOhm with
linearity 0.5% is available for this purpose. t is
available in single or tandem version.
TechnicaI Data - SignaI IsoIator
Power Supply
230 V AC 15%
110 V AC 15%
24 V DC 1 V
nput Signal
4 - 20 mA
1 - 5 V
Output Signal
4 - 20 mA single
4 - 20 mA dual
4 - 20 mA & 1 - 5 V
Accuracy 0.1% of output sapn
Zero & span adjustment
2% min. at zero
10% min. at span
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TechnicaI Data - PS 01
Supply voltage and
frequency
220 V or 115 V (15%)
50 Hz or60 Hz
Power drawn 9 VA
Output voltage
max.
24 V 1 V DC
Amounting
Snap on type for DN rail
46277
Position Transmitters & Positioners
Signal solator
Auma signal isolator are available in various versions:
Power supply conditions:
230 V AC, 110 V AC or 24 V DC
Various input signals:
4 - 20 mA or 1 - 5 V
Signal solator
Various output signals:
4 - 20 mA single or dual or 4 - 20 mA & 1 - 5 V.
solation is provided between input and output
and also between two outputs.
Uo, thus Uc can serve as common reference potential
for whole regulating system.
Supply voltage to PS 01 is 220 V or 110 V 15%, 50 Hz
The maximum output voltage is
Uo = 24 V 1 V DC
Uc = 5.5 V 0.5 V DC
Version
Version II : For remote position indication with
potentiometer 220 Ohms as position transmitter. n
this, two additional potentiometers P1 and P2 are
provided for positions zero and maximum. A
voltmeter of 1 V, calibrated in % is used for visual
indication of valve travel. This voltmeter is
connected to the PS 01 (Version ) as shown
below:
Version
Power Supply Unit PS 01
This unit gives 24 V DC power supply for electronic
positioner CU 01 and electronic position transmitter, in
case 24 V DC is not available at site.
There are two versions available:
Version I : For regulating application with CU 01:
The output voltage Uo & Uc require no trimming
potentiometer. The voltage Uc is diverted from voltage
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Types of Actuator ControIs
Auma Norm Actuators
This actuator offers a complete actuator type SA with
electric motor, torque switch for OPEN-CLOSE
direction, limit switches for both end positions and
blinker transmitter for running indication. The required
reversing contactor should be installed separately and
wired to the motor. For signalization of the switching and
to trip the contactors over micro switches, control wires
are required from actuator terminal compartment cover
to reversing contactor installed separately.
Auma Norm
ntegral Starter - Auma Epac
Auma Semipact Actuator
Auma's semipact actuator is a basic actuator with
additional features of selector switch and push button
station. Motor controls and switchgear are external to
the actuator and are in customer's scope. Auma ndia
semipact actuator is available for both isolation and
regulating duty services.
The mode of operation depending on the selector
switch position could be:
Local: actuator can be operated in the Local mode
by using the push button station in the OPEN-
STOP-CLOSE position. The running direction can
be indicated by the LEDs on the actuator.
Remote: actuator can be operated in the Remote
mode by supplying controls through the external
motor control center. LEDs on the actuator would
indicate the running direction of the actuator in the
remote mode as well.
Stop: actuator can not be operated in either mode.
There is a provision to lock the selector switch in any
position using a padlock.
Following additional (optional) accessories can be
incorporated:
Power Supply Unit PS 01 for 24 V DC output.
Electronic Positioner CU 01.
Electronic Position Transmitter RWG (Contact
type) / WG (Non - contact type).
Auma Semipact
Auma ntegral Starter Actuators
The purpose of offering integral motor controls for the
actuator is to enable the customer to save high
installation costs for external controls. Actuators with
integral controls include control & switching elements
and are supplied ready for use.
All electrical components such as limit, torque,
thermoswitches, all monitoring elements and position
transmitters are integrated into modern controls. This
results in following simplification:
No extensive wiring in the external control cabinet.
Several actuators can be connected to common
supply cable using isolation switch for each
actuator.
Actuator signals are processed in the controls,
only feedback to process control system is
necessary.
ntegral starter housing can be easily replaced
due to multi-pin plug & socket connector between
actuator & integral starter unit.
Actuator can be operated from Local or Remote
position by means of selector switch on the integral
starter unit.
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Types of Actuator ControIs
Control Versions of ntegral Starter Units
Auma Epac
The electronic version of Auma ndia integral starter
epac incorporates sophisticated electronic controls with
field programming feature. Epac is modular in
construction and consists of power supply module,
relay module and programmable control logic module.
Power SuppIy ModuIe
Power supply module consists of
24 V DC, 150 mA source.
Mechanically interlocked.
Local controls.
ReIay ModuIe
Relay module consists of
Monitor relay for collective fault signals
(Thermoswitch trip, torque switch trip in mid travel)
with potential free contacts.
Local status annunciation (green) and fault
annunciation (red) by LEDs.
ProgrammabIe ControI Logic ModuIe
Programmable control logic module consists of:
nching and non-inching in local mode by dip
switches.
nching and non-inching in remote mode by dip
switches.
Limit switch seating or torque seating by dip
switches.
Different versions of epac and optional features make
the actuator controls adaptable to any field situation.
Versions and optionals available are:
Auma Epac
Emergency shutdown (ESD).
2 wire make - break.
Timer board to run the actuator in ON-OFF steps.
OPEN-CLOSE inhibit.
Negative switching.
Remote control and local stop.
Electronic positioner for regulating duty with or
without isolator.
Single phase protection and Automatic phase
correction.
Remote annunciation relays.
Thermal overload relay.
Positioner with PD features.
Wall mountable controls.
For detailed literature, refer separate catalogue.
FieIdbus Interface (Option)
Auma ndia integral starter actuators are available with
2 wire control. The actuators follow open industrial
protocol conforming to MODBUS RTU standards
(other protocols could be provided on request).
MODBUS is an application layer messaging protocol,
which provides Master / Slave communication between
various digital automation devices that are
interconnected on RS-485 twisted pair cable.
Transfer Mode
RS-485 twisted pair cable.
Auma actuators support baud rates up to 38.4
kbits
Bus Access
Master (Host) - Slave (Actuators) technique.
Maximum of 247 slaves can be connected on one
bus, with repeaters after every 32 slaves and
without repeaters maximum of 32 slaves.
Communications
Through various read / write registries and coils.
MODBUS RTU protocol.
Protection Functions
Parity check for each byte.
CRC check for each message.
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Types of Actuator ControIs
Auma Epac with Wall Mountable Feature Auma High Torque Actuator
Auma actuators with integral starter can also be
provided with the unique feature of wall bracket
mounting, where epac controls are mounted on a wall
bracket separately.
Advantages of waII mountabIe epac actuators
Protects actuator electronics from severe
environmental conditions.
Easy accessability of the epac controls for the
operators in difficult to reach positions i.e., when
valves with actuators is in pit head or elevation etc.
Protection against induced vibration in valves and
actuator controls in case of severe vibrations in
pipeline.
Prevents exposure of actuator controls against
high temperature.
Normally, maximum distance between actuator
and wall mountable epac unit is 100 m.
Auma Epac with Wall Mountable Feature
Auma offers a range of multi-turn high torque actuators
SA 25.1 - SA 40.1 and SAR 25.1 - SAR 30.1 for
applications demanding high torque with low operating
time. The maximum output torque ranges from 2000
Nm to 16000 Nm for OPEN-CLOSE duty and 2000 Nm
to 4000 Nm for regulating duty applications. For
detailed information, refer Technical, Electrical data
sheets and dimension sheets of high torque actuator.
High Torque Actuator
Note : Please contact Auma for additional information
on high torque actuator for regulating duty application.
Auma ndia Master Station (AMS)
Auma ndia has introduced a Master Station solution
known as AMS, which is used to integrate actuators
into an automation environment. t has a modular
design suitable for open Fieldbus protocols such as
MODBUS RTU. t has GU based interface and can be
adapted to most conditions while using an identical
interface. AMS master station is a significant part of a
commissioning support system, network manager, data
concentrator or diagnostic tool and can be integrated to
any DCS using open industrial protocols.
Auma ndia Master Station
FIange Sizes
Actuators size
SA / SAR
Max. Torque
Nm
SO 5210 DN 3210
3 30 F10 G0
6 60 F10 G0
12 120 F10 G0
15 150 F10 G0
25 250 F14 G1/2
30 300 F14 G1/2
50 500 F14 G1/2
60 600 F14 G1/2
100 1000 F16 G3
TechnicaI Data
Linear Thrust
Unit
Tr.
Thread
Max. Thrust
kN
Stroke
Length mm
LTU 6 24 x 5 20 50 & 100
LTU 12 32 x 6 35 60 & 120
LTU 25 40 x 7 63 80 & 160
LTU 50 50 x 8 100 80 & 160
LTU 100 60 x 9 175 130
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MechanicaI Interface
Output Drives
Various output drive types according to SO 5210 / DN
3210 are available in order to adapt the actuators to
different types of valves. Special sizes can be supplied
on request.
Output Drive Type - A (Stem nut)
The output drive has stem nut for rising or non-rotating
valve stem. The mounting flange together with stem nut
and thrust bearing form one assembly, which is suitable
for accepting thrust loads.
Output Drive Type - B (PIug sIeeve)
Plug sleeve has bore and keyway and is designed for
transmission of torque.
Output Drive Type - C (Dog coupIing)
This is similar to type B, however with dog coupling for
torque transmission.
Output Drive Type - D (Stub shaft)
The shaft with key engages with bore and keyway of
mating part.
Output Drive Type - E (Bore with keyway)
This type is mainly used for connecting to a gearbox,
example Auma gearbox type GS (worm / worm wheel)
or GK (bevel gearbox).
Linear Thrust Unit (LTU)
With the linear thrust unit, the rotary movement of the
actuator output shaft is converted into an axial
movement. Thus, the multi-turn actuator becomes
linear actuator. Different stroke lengths can be
provided.
Output Drive Type - AF (Spring-Ioaded stem nut)
Spring-loaded stem nut for rising and non-rotating
valve stems. The springs compensate for dynamic
thrust for high speeds or even for thermal expansion of
valve stem.
Valve Attachment
Valve attachment is according to SO 5210 or DN
3210.
Stem Protection Tube
To protect rising valve stem, optionally a protection tube
can be fitted to the handwheel hub. nternal threads are
provided in the handwheel hub as a standard. f
protection tube is not required, the bore of the
handwheel hub is closed with lid.
Stem Protection Tube
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EIectricaI Interface
Technical Data
Power Earth Controls
50 Pin Plug & Socket Connector, Circular
No. of Contacts 6 (3 Used) 1 50
Voltage Max. 750 V - 250 V
Current Max. 25 A - 16 A
Type of
connections for
customer use
Screws Screws Screws
Cross sec. max.
(sq. mm.)
6 6 2.5
Technical Data
Power Earth Controls
64 Pin Plug & Socket Connector, 32 x 2 & 3 + 1
No. of Contacts 3 1 64
Voltage Max. 750 V - 500 V
Current Max. 25 A - 16 A
Type of
connections for
customer use
Stud Screws Screws
Cross sec. max.
(sq. mm.)
6 6 2.5
Technical Data
Power Earth Controls
72 Pin Plug & Socket Connector, 24x 3 & 3 + 1
No. of Contacts 3 1 72
Voltage Max. 750 V - 250 V
Current Max. 25 A - 16 A
Type of
connections for
customer use
Stud Screws Screws
Cross sec. max.
(sq. mm.)
6 6 2.5
Electrical Connection
TerminaIs
PIug & Socket Connector
The actuators are equipped with plug & socket
connectors in three versions as a standard.
Version I:
50 pin circular connector for control
6 + 1 = 7 pins for power
50 Pin Circular Plug & Socket Connector
Version II:
32 x 2 = 64 pins for control
3 + 1 = 4 pins for power
64 Pin Plug & Socket Connector
Version III:
24 x 3 = 72 pins for control
3 + 1 = 4 pins for power
72 Pin Plug & Socket Connector
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Technical Data
Power Earth Controls
Screw Type Connector
No. of Contacts 3 1 64
Voltage Max. 750 V - 500 V
Current Max. 34 A - 25 A
Type of
connections for
customer use
Screws /
Stud
Screws /
Stud
Screws
Cross sec. max.
(sq. mm.)
4 4 2.5
EIectricaI Interface
Electrical Connection
TerminaIs (OptionaI)
Screw Type Connector
Screw type connectors are also used for electrical
connection as optional. Stud type terminals can be
provided for power connections. Terminals are DN rail
mountable and are available as single or double decker
versions also.
Screw Type Connector
From epac to customer connections:
50 pin circular connector or 64 pin connector or 72 pin
connector can be provided at the customer end
connection depending on number of terminals
required.
OptionaI: As an option screw type connectors can also
be provided on case to case basis.
Threads for Cable Glands
As a standard, Auma actuators are supplied with 3
cable glands with Metric threads having 2 glands of size
M32x1.5, and 1 gland of size M25x1.5. The cable
glands are directly tightened on the threads provided in
cable entry cover. The cable gland holes are plugged
with metallic plugs and o-rings to prevent ingress of
dust and water during transportation and storage. The
plugs can be retained in unused openings during
usage.
Additional cable gland of size M20x1.5 and M16x1.5
can also be provided as per the requirement. For
additional protection under extreme conditions for
weather proof and water proof applications, double
compression cable glands in various sizes can be
supplied.
OptionaI
BSC and NPT threads can also be provided on request.
Maximum numbers of cable glands that can be
provided in the KLK (screw type) cover are 6 and in
Terminal (plug & socket type) cover are 5.
Note: Please note other cable gland options such as
different number of cable glands and sizes can be
provided on request.
EIectricaI Connection for IntegraI Starter Versions
Between actuator and epac:
Depending on number of terminals required, 50 pin
circular connector or 64 pin connector or 72 pin
connector can be provided between actuator and epac.
This simplifies troubleshooting at site.

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ModuIarity - MuItipIe AppIications
Actuator - Gearbox Combinations
Combination with Worm Gearboxes
n combination with worm gearboxes of type GS 63.2 to
GS 500, a multi-turn actuator is converted into part-turn
actuator usually for 90 movements. This is an ideal
solution for large part-turn valves with high torque
requirements. The torque range goes up to 360000 Nm.
Actuator with GS Gearbox
Combination with BeveI Gearboxes
By combining multi-turn actuators with bevel gearboxes
GK 10.1 to GK 40.1, the torque speed ranges are
considerably extended. Output torques up to 16000 Nm
and thrust load up to 1375 kN are possible.
Actuator with GK Gearbox
Combination with Foot Mounted Worm Gearboxes
Louvers, dampers or valves, which are operated via
lever arrangement require foot mounted worm
gearboxes. For such applications, multi-turn actuator is
combined with foot mounted worm gearbox type GF 63
to GF 315. The torque range goes up to 90000 Nm.
Actuator with GF Gearbox
For additional details, refer Auma ndia gearbox
catalogue.
Trunion Mounted Linear Actuators
Auma also offers customized actuation solution for
dampers, chutes, gates, diverters or flap applications,
based on thrust and stroke length requirement. Auma
trunion mounted actuators provide linear travel. An
attachment to the actuator converts output torque of
multi-turn actuator into an axial thrust.
Actuator with Trunion Mounting
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Type Actuator Type
Temperature
Range
SA Standard Multi-turn
actuator
-20 to +80C
SAR Multi-turn actuator for
Regulating duty
-20 to +60C
SAEx
SAREx
SACEx
SARCEx
Explosion Proof
actuators, standard,
compact and regulating
duty
-20 to +50C
Type of Paint Epoxy
Standard Color DA Grey S 5
Primer Thinkness 40 microns min.
Paint Thickness 75 microns min.
Actuator Service Conditions
Actuator ModeIs
Actuator Type Model
Explosion Proof
Norm (OPEN-CLOSE
Duty)
SAEx 3 / 6 / 12 / 15
SAEx 25 / 30 / 50 / 60
SAEx 100
Explosion Proof
Norm (Regulating
Duty)
SAREx 6 / 12 / 15
SAREx 25 / 30 / 50 / 60
SAREx 100
Explosion Proof
Compact (OPEN-
CLOSE Duty)
SACEx 3 / 6 / 12 / 15
SACEx 25 / 30 / 50 / 60
SACEx 100
Explosion Proof
Compact (Regulating
Duty)
SARCEx 6 / 12 / 15
SARCEx 25 / 30 / 50 / 60
SARCEx 100
Enclosure Protection Painting
Auma actuators conform to enclosure protection P 68
as per S 13947 (Part ) : 1993, Appendix C / EC 60947 -
1 : 2004. The definition of P 67 & P 68 as per standard
is as follows :
P : ngress Protection
First Numeral 6 : Dust tight, prevents ingress of dust.
Second Numeral 7 : Protected against the effects of
immersion. Test is made by completely immersing the
equipment in water so that:
Surface of water is at least 150 mm above highest
point of equipment.
The lowest point of equipment is at least 1 m below
the surface of water.
Duration of test is 30 min.
Under above conditions, ingress of water in harmful
quantity shall not be possible.
Second Numeral 8 : Test conditions as above, however
no ingress of water is permitted.
Other paints & color can be provided based on mutually
agreed customer requirement.
Explosion Proof / Flame Proof Actuators
For installation of actuators in potentially hazardous or
explosive area, special protective measures are
required. These are specified in ndian Standard S
2148-2004 "Specifications for Flame Proof Enclosures
of Electrical Apparatus. Auma ndia actuators
developed for this purpose are suitable for group
gases and in application other than coal mines. The
enclosures of explosion proof / flame proof actuators
are designed in consideration of clauses specified in S
2148-2004 and the actuators have been tested and
certified by CFMR, Dhanbad.
Necessary approvals from statutory authorities have
been obtained.
For details, refer separate Flame proof / Explosion
proof catalogue.

Ambient Temperature
* Other ambient temperature requirement can be
provided on request.
- CE Marking
Auma has certified its weather proof actuators and
valve gearboxes as CE marked to indicate conformity
with the essential health and safety requirements at the
place of use.
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Technical Data
OPEN-CLOSE Duty
SA 3 - SA 100
ModeI
Output
Speed
at 50Hz
rpm
1)
Torque Range
S2-15min
Running
2)
Torque
S2-15min
Nm
VaIve Attachment Stem Dia.
O/P drive
Type A
Max. mm
PermissibIe
Thrust for
Type A
Max. kN
Hand-
wheeI
Dia. Std.
mm
HandwheeI
Ratio
Weight (without epac unit)4)
approx.
Min.Nm Max.Nm
Standard
DIN:3210
Option
ISO:5210
Std.
With
TBG*
Std. kg With TBG* kg
SA 3
11
20 30 11 G 0 F 10 26 25 250 1:1 2:1 33 39
16
22
32
45
63
90
3)
125
3)
180
SA 3.5 16 20 35 11.5 G 0 F 10 26 25 250 1:1 2:1 33 39
SA 6
4
20 60 21 G 0 F 10 26 40 250 1:1 2:1 33 39
5.6
8
11
16
22
32
45
63
90
3)
125
55 3)
180
SA 12
4
40 120 42 G 0 F 10 38 60 250 1:1 2:1 33 39
5.6
8
11
16
22
32
45
63
90
3)
125
110 3)
180
SA 15
4
50 150 53 G 0 F 10 38 60 250 1:1 2:1 33 39
5.6
8
11
16
22
32
45
63
SA 25
4
100 250 88 G F 14 52 120 360 1:1 3:1 71 87
5.6
8
11
16
22
32
45
63
90
3)
125
220 3)
180
1) Tripping torque adjustabIe for both direction.
2) PermissibIe average torque for the whoIe traveI.
3) Non SeIf Iocking.
4) The approximate weight of an epac unit is 16 Kg.
We reserve the right to aIter data according to improvements made. Previous data sheets become invaIid with the issue of this data sheet.

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40
100
TechnicaI Data for OPEN - CLOSE Duty
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Technical Data
OPEN-CLOSE Duty
SA 3 - SA 100
ModeI
Output
Speed
at 50Hz
rpm
1)
Torque Range
S2-15Min.
Running
2)
Torque
S2-15min
Nm
VaIve Attachment Stem Dia.
O/P drive
Type A
Max. mm
PermissibIe
Thrust for
Type A
Max. kN
Hand-
wheeI
Dia. Std.
mm
HandwheeI
Ratio
Weight (without epac unit)4)
approx.
Min.Nm Max.Nm
Standard
DIN:3210
Option
ISO:5210
Std.
With
TBG*
Std. kg With TBG* kg
SA 30
4
100 300 105 G F 14 52 120 360 1:1 3:1 71 87
5.6
8
11
16
22
32
45
63
90
3)
125
264 3)
180
SA 50
4
200 500 175 G F 14 52 160 640 1:1 3:1 99 116
5.6
8
11
16
22
32
45
63
90
3)
125
450 3)
180
SA 60
4
200 600 210 G F 14 52 160 640 1:1 3:1 99 116
5.6
8
11
16
22
32
45
63
90
3)
125
540 3)
180
SA 100
4
400 1000 350 G 3 F 16 65 190 800 1:1 4:1 131 152
5.6
8
11
16
22
32
45
63
90
3)
125
900 3)
180
EncIosure: IP68 - IS:13947 (Part I) :1993, Appendix C / IEC 60947 - I : 2004.
Actuators are rated for short time duty S2-15 min, based on 40C ambient temperature. The nominaI current is based on running torque
approximateIy 35% of max. torque. The max. torque can be utiIised for a short time (e.g. to seat or unseat a vaIve) and the current can rise
to max. vaIue, refer corresponding coIumn for current at max. torque in EIectricaI Data.
Note : RevoIution for FuII Stroke (Min./Max.) - 1 - 480 or 1 - 4800
* - Top BeveI Gear Set.
We reserve the right to aIter data according to improvements made. Previous data sheets become invaIid with the issue of this data sheet.

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200
200
400
TechnicaI Data for OPEN - CLOSE Duty
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EIectricaI Data for OPEN - CLOSE Duty
11 0.06 1400 63 0.29 0.31 1.2
16 0.06 1400 63 0.29 0.38 1.2
22 0.06 1400 63 0.29 0.50 1.2
32 0.12 1400 63 0.65 0.87 2.3
45 0.18 2800 63 0.58 0.9 3.3
63 0.18 2800 63 0.58 1.3 3.3
90 0.37 2800 63 1.32 1.9 5.7
125 0.37 2800 63 1.32 1.6 5.7
180 0.37 2800 63 1.32 2.2 5.7
SA3.5 16 35 0.06 1400 63 0.29 0.42 1.2
4 0.06 1400 63 0.29 0.29 1.2
5.6 0.06 1400 63 0.29 0.31 1.2
8 0.06 1400 63 0.29 0.38 1.2
11 0.12 1400 63 0.65 0.7 2.3
16 0.12 1400 63 0.65 0.87 2.3
22 0.12 1400 63 0.65 1.2 2.3
32 0.18 2800 63 0.58 1.3 3.3
45 0.37 2800 63 1.32 1.9 5.7
63 0.37 2800 63 1.32 2.4 5.7
90 0.55 2800 71 1.5 3.08 9.0
125 0.55 2800 71 1.5 2.45 9.0
180 0.55 2800 71 1.5 3.52 9.0
4 0.06 1400 63 0.29 0.38 1.2
5.6 0.12 1400 63 0.65 0.7 2.3
8 0.12 1400 63 0.65 0.87 2.3
11 0.12 1400 63 0.65 1.2 2.3
16 0.25 1400 71 1.2 1.45 4.6
22 0.25 1400 71 1.2 1.80 4.6
32 0.37 2800 63 1.32 2.5 5.7
45 0.55 2800 71 1.5 3.08 9.0
63 1.1 2800 71 2.9 4.58 16.0
90 1.1 2800 71 2.9 6.50 16.0
125 1.1 2800 71 2.9 5.10 16.0
180 1.1 2800 71 2.9 7.50 16.0
4 0.06 1400 63 0.29 0.45 1.2
5.6 0.12 1400 63 0.65 0.8 2.3
8 0.12 1400 63 0.65 1.2 2.3
11 0.25 1400 71 1.2 1.36 4.6
16 0.25 1400 71 1.2 1.66 4.6
22 0.37 2800 63 1.32 2.2 5.7
32 0.55 2800 71 1.5 2.75 9.0
45 1.1 2800 71 2.9 4.26 16.0
63 1.1 2800 71 2.9 5.67 16.0
4 0.12 1400 63 0.65 0.95 2.3
5.6 0.25 1400 71 1.2 1.29 4.6
8 0.55 1400 71 1.75 1.64 7.6
11 0.55 1400 71 1.75 1.92 7.6
16 0.55 1400 71 1.75 2.60 7.6
22 0.55 1400 71 1.75 3.58 7.6
32 1.1 2800 71 2.9 4.75 16.0
45 1.1 2800 71 2.9 6.58 16.0
63 2.2 2800 90 4.1 8.44 35
90 2.2 2800 90 4.1 12.5 35
125 2.2 2800 90 4.1 8.95 35
180 2.2 2800 90 4.1 13.6 35
250
220
85
85
75
75
85
85
67
67
30
150
60
55
120
110
64
75
67
67
75
75
50
60
50
50
60
60
75
75
75
48
60
64
75
75
50
50
50
60
75
75
75
48
50
65
64
64
48
48
50
50
64
64
48
48
0.88
0.88
0.88
48
48
48
50
65
65
64
0.53
0.5
0.72
0.88
0.66
0.72
0.66
0.66
0.66
0.72
0.6
0.53
0.53
0.53
0.53
0.5
0.53
0.71
0.71
0.71
0.6
0.6
0.66
0.61
0.61
0.72
0.6
0.6
0.6
0.53
0.66
0.66
0.61
0.61
0.61
0.72
SA 12
Three phase SquirreI cage AC Motor 415V, 50 Hz
NominaI
Output
kW
Speed
rpm
Size
NominaI
Current /
FuII Load
Current *
A
Current at
Max.
Torque1)
A
Starting
Current
A
0.71
0.5
0.61
0.71
0.72
SA 3
Power Factor
Cos
FuII Load Efficiency (%)
0.72
0.6
0.6
0.6
0.53
0.53
Electrical Data
SA 3 - SA 100
OPEN-CLOSE Duty
Torque
0.53
max.
Nm
ModeI
Output
Speed
at 50Hz
rpm
We reserve the right to aIter data according to improvements made. Previous data sheets become invaIid with the issue of this data sheet.
1) Current at max. torque. We recommended to seIect switch gear and cabIes suitabIe for those vaIues.
SA 6
0.72
0.5
0.61
SA 25
SA 15
0.5
* Whenever actuators are suppIied with integraI starter with TOLR, the tripping current set on the TOLR is same as nomiaI current / FuII Load
current.

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EIectricaI Data for OPEN - CLOSE Duty
4 0.12 1400 63 0.65 1.2 2.3
5.6 0.25 1400 71 1.2 1.39 4.6
8 0.55 1400 71 1.75 1.77 7.6
11 0.55 1400 71 1.75 2.20 7.6
16 0.55 1400 71 1.75 3.08 7.6
22 1.1 1400 90 2.9 3.95 25.0
32 1.1 2800 71 2.9 5.72 16.0
45 1.25 2800 90 2.7 8.65 22.0
63 2.2 2800 90 4.1 10.0 35
90 2.5 2800 90 4.7 15.5 35
125 2.5 2800 90 4.7 11.5 35
180 4.0 2800 90 9.0 16.5 60
4 0.25 1400 71 1.2 1.48 4.6
5.6 0.55 1400 71 1.75 1.95 7.6
8 0.55 1400 71 1.75 2.60 7.6
11 0.55 1400 71 1.75 3.58 7.6
16 1.1 1400 90 2.9 4.80 25.0
22 1.1 1400 90 2.9 6.65 25.0
32 2.2 2800 90 4.1 8.52 35
45 2.2 2800 90 4.1 12.5 35
63 4.0 2800 90 9.0 17.1 60
90 4.0 2800 90 9.0 26.0 60
125 4.0 2800 90 9.0 18 60
180 4.0 2800 90 9.0 30 60
4 0.25 1400 71 1.2 1.67 4.6
5.6 0.55 1400 71 1.75 2.2 7.6
8 0.55 1400 71 1.75 3.08 7.6
11 0.55 1400 71 1.75 5.15 7.6
16 1.1 1400 90 2.9 5.75 25.0
22 2.2 1400 90 5.7 7.92 35
32 2.2 2800 90 4.1 10.04 35
45 4.0 2800 90 9.0 15.05 60
63 4.0 2800 90 9.0 21.08 60
90 4.0 2800 90 9.0 36 60
125 5.0 2800 112 10.8 22.5 90
180 5.0 2800 112 10.8 35.5 90
4 0.55 1400 71 1.75 2.55 7.6
5.6 0.55 1400 71 1.75 3.85 7.6
8 0.75 1400 90 1.85 4.65 12.0
11 1.1 1400 90 2.9 6.65 25.0
16 2.2 1400 90 5.7 9.06 35
22 2.2 1400 90 5.7 12.5 35
32 4.0 2800 90 9 17.5 60
45 4.0 2800 90 9 26.0 60
63 7.5 2800 112 15 40.0 116.0
90 7.5 2800 112 15 60.0 116.0
125 7.5 2800 112 15 44.6 116.0
180 7.5 2800 112 15 68.0 116.0
NominaI
Output
kW
Speed
Size
rpm
NominaI
Current /
FuII Load
Current *
A
Current at
Max.
Torque1)
A
Starting
Current
A
Power Factor
Cos
FuII Load Efficiency (%)
Electrical Data
SA 3 - SA 100
OPEN-CLOSE Duty
ModeI
0.53 50
Output
Speed
at 50Hz
rpm
Torque
max.
Nm
Three phase SquirreI cage AC Motor 415V, 50 Hz
SA 30
0.5 60
67
0.66 67
0.66 67
0.66
0.72 75
0.72 75
0.81 79
0.88 85
0.88 84
0.5 60
0.66 67
0.88 84
0.82 82
0.66 67
0.66 67
0.72 75
0.72 75
0.88 85
0.88 85
0.82 82
0.82 82
0.5 60
0.66 67
0.82 82
0.82 82
0.66 67
0.66 67
0.72 75
0.7 77
0.88 85
0.82 82
0.82 82
0.82 82
0.66 67
0.66 67
0.84 88
0.84 88
0.75 75
0.72 75
0.7 77
0.7 77
0.82 84
0.82 84
0.82 82
0.82 82
0.82 84
0.82 84
beIow there wiII be reduction of nominaI output.
Auma motors are provided with 3 thermoswitches one in each winding connected in series to protect windings. Our Warranty is void if
those thermoswitches are not connected in controI circuit.
PermissibIe voItage variation: 10%, PermissibIe frequency variation : 5%, PermissibIe combined variation: 10% if voItage drops
Motor data are approximate. Due to usuaI manufacturing toIerances there may be deviations from the vaIues given.
* Whenever actuators are suppIied with integraI starter with TOLR, the tripping current set on the TOLR is same as nomiaI current / FuII Load
current.
1) Current at max. torque. We recommend to seIect switch gear and cabIes suitabIe for those vaIues.
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We reserve the right to aIter data according to improvements made. Previous data sheets become invaIid with the issue of this data sheet.

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SA 50
500
450
SA 60
600
540
SA 100
1000
900
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TechnicaI Data for ReguIating Duty
Technical Data
Regulating duty

SAR 3 - SAR 100
ModeI
Output
Speed
at 50Hz
rpm
Torque
1)
Range S4-
25%
ModuIating
2)
Torque
S4-25%
Nm
VaIve Attachment
Number
of starts
max.
c/h
Stem Dia.
O/P drive
Type A
Max.mm
PermissibIe
Thrust for
Type A
Max. kN
Hand-
wheeI
Dia.
Std.
mm
HandwheeI
Ratio
Weight (without epac
unit)4)
approx.
Min.Nm Max.Nm
Standard
DIN:3210
Option ISO:5210 Std.
With
TBG*
Std.
kg
With TBG* kg
SAR 3
11
20 30 20 G 0 F 10 1200 26 25 250 1:1 2:1 33 39
16
22
32
45
SAR 6
4
30 60 30 G 0 F 10 1200 26 40 250 1:1 2:1 33 39
5.6
8
11
16
22
32
45
SAR 12
4
60 120 60 G 0 F 10
1200
38 60 250 1:1 2:1 33 39
5.6
8
11
16
22
32
45 900
SAR 15
4
60 150 75 G 0 F 10 1200 38 60 250 1:1 2:1 33 39
5.6
8
11
16
22
32
SAR 25
4
120 250 125 G F 14 1200 52 120 360 1:1 3:1 71 87
5.6
8
11
16
22 900
600
32
SAR 30
45
150 300 150 G F 14 1200 52 120 360 1:1 3:1 71 87
4
5.6
8
11
16
600
22
32
SAR 50
45
250 500 250 G F 14
1200
52 160 640 1:1 3:1 99 116
4
5.6
8
11 900
600
16
22
32
SAR 60
45
300 600 300 G F 14
1200
52 160 640 1:1 3:1 99 116
4
5.6
8
600
16
22
SAR 100
32
500 1000 500 G 3 F 16 65 190 800 1:1 4:1 131 152
4 1200
5.6 900
600
8
11
16
22
32
45
1) Tripping torque adjustabIe for both direction.
3) The approximate weight of an epac unit is 16 kg.
2) PermissibIe average torque for the whoIe traveI.
EncIoser: IP68 - IS:13947 (Part I) : 1993, Appendix C / IEC 60947 - I : 2004
Actuators are rated for intermittent duty S4-25% ED, based on 40 C ambient temperature. The nominaI current is based on moduIating
torque of approximateIy 35% of max. torque. The max. torque can be utiIised for a short time (e.g. to seat or unseat a vaIve ) and the current
can raise to max. vaIue, refer corresponding coIumn for current at max. torque in EIectricaI Data.
We reserve the right to aIter data according to improvements made. Previous data sheets become invaIid with the issue of this data sheet.

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EIectricaI Data for ReguIating Duty
11 0.06 1400 63 0.29 0.31 1.2
16 0.06 1400 63 0.29 0.38 1.2
22 0.06 1400 63 0.29 0.50 1.2
32 0.12 1400 63 0.65 0.87 2.3
45 0.18 1400 71 0.69 1.0 4.2
4 0.06 1400 63 0.29 0.29 1.2
5.6 0.06 1400 63 0.29 0.31 1.2
8 0.06 1400 63 0.29 0.38 1.2
11 0.12 1400 63 0.65 0.7 2.3
16 0.12 1400 63 0.65 0.87 2.3
22 0.12 1400 63 0.65 1.2 2.3
32 0.25 1400 71 1.2 1.45 4.6
45 0.25 1400 71 1.2 1.86 4.6
4 0.06 1400 63 0.29 0.38 1.2
5.6 0.12 1400 63 0.65 0.7 2.3
8 0.12 1400 63 0.65 0.87 2.3
11 0.12 1400 63 0.65 1.2 2.3
16 0.25 1400 71 1.2 1.45 4.6
22 0.25 1400 71 1.2 1.80 4.6
32 0.55 1400 71 1.75 2.52 7.6
45 0.55 1400 71 1.75 3.52 7.6
4 0.06 1400 63 0.29 0.45 1.2
5.6 0.12 1400 63 0.65 0.8 2.3
8 0.12 1400 63 0.65 1.2 2.3
11 0.25 1400 71 1.2 1.36 4.6
16 0.25 1400 71 1.2 1.66 4.6
22 0.55 1400 71 1.75 2.20 7.6
32 0.55 1400 71 1.75 3.08 7.6
4 0.12 1400 63 0.65 0.95 2.3
5.6 0.25 1400 71 1.2 1.29 4.6
8 0.25 1400 71 1.2 1.64 4.6
11 0.55 1400 71 1.75 1.92 7.6
16 0.55 1400 71 1.75 2.60 7.6
22 0.55 1400 71 1.75 3.58 7.6
32 1.1 1400 90 2.9 4.80 25.0
45 1.1 1400 90 2.9 6.67 25.0
4 0.12 1400 63 0.65 1.2 2.3
5.6 0.25 1400 71 1.2 1.39 4.6
8 0.25 1400 71 1.2 1.77 4.6
11 0.55 1400 71 1.75 2.20 7.6
16 0.55 1400 71 1.75 3.08 7.6
22 1.1 1400 90 2.9 3.95 25.0
32 1.1 1400 90 2.9 5.75 25.0
45 2.2 1400 90 5.7 8.0 35
4 0.25 1400 71 1.2 1.48 4.6
5.6 0.55 1400 71 1.75 1.95 7.6
8 0.55 1400 71 1.75 2.60 7.6
11 0.55 1400 71 1.75 3.58 7.6
16 1.1 1400 90 2.9 4.80 25.0
22 1.1 1400 90 2.9 6.65 25.0
32 2.2 1400 90 5.7 9.06 35
45 2.2 1400 90 5.7 13.4 35
4 0.25 1400 71 1.2 1.67 4.6
5.6 0.55 1400 71 1.75 2.2 7.6
8 0.55 1400 71 1.75 3.08 7.6
16 1.1 1400 90 2.9 5.75 25.0
22 2.2 1400 90 5.7 7.92 35
32 2.2 1400 90 5.7 11.1 35
4 0.55 1400 71 1.75 2.55 7.6
5.6 0.55 1400 71 1.75 3.85 7.6
8 0.75 1400 90 1.85 4.65 12.0
11 1.1 1400 90 2.9 6.65 25.0
16 2.2 1400 90 5.7 9.06 35
22 2.2 1400 90 5.7 12.5 35
32 4.0 1400 112 8.3 18.5 56
45 4.0 1400 112 8.3 27 56
0.54 67
SAR 3 20
0.6 48
0.6 48
0.6 48
0.53 50
* Whenever actuators are suppIied with integraI starter with TOLR, the tripping current set on the TOLR is same as nomiaI current / FuII Load current.
FuII Load Efficiency (%)
NominaI
Current /
FuII Load
Current *
A
Current at
Max.
Torque1)
A
Starting
Current
A
Power Factor
Cos
75
75
84
77
77
67
67
60
67
67
Electrical Data
SAR 3 - SAR 100
Regulating duty
ModuIating
75
Torque
Nm
ModeI
Output
Speed
at 50Hz
rpm
Three phase SquirreI cage AC Motor 415V, 50 Hz
NominaI
Output
kW
Speed
rpm
Size
PermissibIe voItage variation: 10%, PermissibIe frequency variation : 5%, PermissibIe combined variation: 10% if voItage drops

Auma motors are provided with 3 thermoswitches one in each winding connected in series to protect windings. Our Warranty is void if
those thermoswitches are not connected in controI circuit.
Motor data are approximate. Due to usuaI manufacturing toIerances there may be deviations from the vaIues given.
We reserve the right to aIter data according to improvements made. Previous data sheets become invaIid with the issue of this data sheet.
beIow there wiII be reduction of nominaI output.
1) Current at max. torque. We recommend to seIect switch gear and cabIes suitabIe for those vaIues.
75
75
77
77
60
67
67
67
67
75
75
77
50
60
60
67
67
67
75
75
50
60
60
67
60
60
67
67
67
48
50
50
50
60
60
67
60
48
50
50
0.72
0.7
0.8
48
48
48
50
50
50
60
0.7
0.66
0.66
0.75
0.66
0.66
0.72
0.7
0.72
0.7
0.7
0.5
0.66
0.66
0.66
0.72
0.72
0.72
0.7
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.66
0.66
0.66
0.72
0.72
0.53
0.5
0.5
0.66
0.66
0.5
0.66
0.66
0.53
0.6
0.53
0.53
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.66
0.66
0.6
0.53
0.53
0.53
0.53
0.53
0.5
0.5
0.6
0.6
0.6
0.53
SAR 60 300
SAR 100 500
SAR 30 150
SAR 50 250
SAR 15 75
SAR 25 125
SAR 6 30
SAR 12 60
0.8 84
0.7 77
77
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Dimension Sheet, Norm Actuator
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Dimension Sheet, Norm Actuator
38
Dimension Sheet, Epac Actuator
39
Dimension Sheet, Epac Actuator
40
Dimension Sheet, WaII MountabIe Epac Actuator
E
41
Dimension Sheet, Semipact Actuator
Dimension Sheet, Output Drives
42
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High Torque Actuator Data Sheet


TechnicaI data MuIti-turn actuators for OPEN - CLOSE duty

with 3-phase AC motors


SA 25.1 - SA 40.1

Output

speed

rpm

Torque range
1)

For S2-15 min

Running torque
2)

for type of duty

VaIve
attachment

HandwheeI


50 Hz



60 Hz


min. Nm


max . Nm

max. Nm

Standard
EN SO

5210

Option

DN

3210

VaIve stem

diameter


for a rising valve
stem
3)

max. mm



mm

Reduc-

tion ratio




approx.
kg
5)

4 4.8 45:1

5.6 6.7 32:1
8 9.6 45:1
11 13 32:1
16 19 45:1
22 26 32:1
150
32 38 45:1
45 54 32:1
63 75 45:1
SA 25.1

90 108
630

2,000 700 F 25 G4

95 400
32:1
160
4 4.8 45:1

5.6 6.7 32:1
8 9.6 45:1
11 13 32:1
16 19 45:1
22 26 32:1
190
32 38 45:1
45 54 32:1
63 75 45:1
SA 30.1

90 108
1,250

4,000 1,400 F 30 G5

115 500
32:1
260
4 4.8 180:1

5.6 6.7 125:1
8 9.6 180:1

11 13 125:1
16 19 180:1

22 26 125:1

410


32
4)

38
4)

90:1
SA 35.1

45
4)

4
54
4)

2,500

8,000 2,800 F 35 G 6 155 400
64:1
425
4 4.8 180:1

5.6 6.7 125:1
8 9.6 180:1

11 13 125:1
16 19 180:1

22 26
16,000
125:1
SA 40.1

32
4)

38
4)
5,000
14,000
5,600

F 40 G 7 175 500
90:1
510
GeneraI information
Multi-turn actuators Auma Norm require electric controls. Auma offers the actuator epac controls.


Type of duty

6)

Standard: Short-time duty S2 15 min

Motors 3-ph AC asynchronous motor

nsulation Class
Standard: F,

Tropicalized
Option: H, Tropicalized
Motor Protection Standard: Thermoswitches (NC)

Self locking
Yes, for out speeds 4 to 90 rpm and from size SA 35.1 for output speeds from 4 to 22 rpm

1)

Tripping

torque adjustable for both directions.

2)

Permissible

average torque for the whole travel.

3)

For output drives type A and B1.

4)

Non Self locking.

5)

Weight for multi-turn actuator Auma Norm with 3-phase AC motor,

standard electrical

connection, output drive type B1 and handwheel.
6)

For nominal voltage and

20 C ambient temperature at

an average load with running torque.

We

reserve the right to alter data according to improvements made. Previous documents become invalid with the issue of

this

document.


Type

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TechnicaI data MuIti-turn actuators for OPEN - CLOSE
duty with 3-phase AC motors


SA 25.1 - SA 40.1


Limit switching

Counter gear mechanism for end positions CLOSED and OPEN

For 1 to 500 turns per stroke (optional for 1 to 5,000 turns per stroke)


Standard: Single switch (1 NC and 1 NO) for each end position, not galvanically isolated

Options: Tandem switch (2 NC and 2 NO) for each end position, switches galvanically isolated

Triple switch (3 NC and 3 NO) for each end position, switches galvanically isolated

ntermediate position switch (DUO limit switching), available for any intermediate position.

Torque switching
Torque switching for direction OPEN and CLOSE, infinitely

adjustable

Standard: Single switch (1 NC and 1 NO) for each direction, not galvanically isolated

Options: Tandem switch (2 NC and 2 NO) for each direction, switches galvanically isolated

Position feedback signal,
analogue (options)
Potentiometer or 0/4 20 mA (RWG / WG)

Mech. position indicator

(option)
Continuous indication, adjustable indicator disc with symbols OPEN and CLOSED
Running indication Blinker transmitter
Heater in

switch

compartment
Space heater,

10

/ 20 W,

110 240 V AC
Manual operation
Manual drive for setting and emergency operation,

handwheel does not

rotate during electric operation.

Option:

Handwheel

lockable
Electrical connection
Control connections on Auma

plug & socket connector

Motor connection on terminals
Threads for cable glands
Standard: Metric threads

Options:

Other threads on request
Terminal plan

Will be provided based on the requirement.
Output drive types
A, B1, B2, B3, B4 according to EN SO 5210 (Refer page 58)

A, B, D, E according to DN 3210

C according to DN 3338

Special output drives on request.
Service Conditions
Enclosure protection
Standard: P

67

Options: P

68

Color
Standard:

DA Grey

Option:

Other colors on request
Ambient temperature

Standard:

-20 to +80 C
We

reserve the right to alter data according to improvements made. Previous documents become invalid with the issue of

this

document.




High Torque Actuator Data Sheet






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High Torque Actuator Data Sheet

EIectricaI data muIti-turn actuators for OPEN-CLOSE duty

with 3 phase AC motors Short-time duty S2 - 15 min.,
415 V / 50 Hz

SA 25.1 - SA 40.1

MuIti-turn actuator

Motor

Type

Speed


rpm

Torque


max. Nm


Type


Power
P
N
(kW)


Speed
rpm

Nominal
current
1)

N
(A)
Current
2)

approx. max.
(A)
Starting

current

A
(A)

Cos
4
5.6

AD00 90-8/130
AD00 90-8/130

1.1

1.1
700
700

6.4

6.4

8.2


9.2

16
16
0.48
0.48
8

11

AD00 90-4/130
AD00 90-4/130

3.0

3.0
1,400
1 400

6.4

6.4
10
11
35
35
0.80
0.80
16

22

AD00 90-2/130
AD00 90-2/130

4.0

4.0
2,800
2 800

9.2

9.2
15
18
53
53
0.78
0.78
32

45

AD00 132-4/140
AD00 132-4/140

7.5

7.5
1,400
1 400
20
20
37
44
110
110
0.65
0.65



SA 25.1

63

90




2,000

AD00 132-2/180
AD00 132-2/180
15
15
2,800
2 800
27
27
55

6 4
174
174
0.90
0.90
4
5.6

AD00 112-8/140
AD00 112-8/140

2.2

2.2
700
700
10
10
14
15
33
33
0.58
0.58
8

11

AD00 112-4/110
AD00 112-4/110

5.5

5.5
1,400
1 400
12
12
18
21
55
55
0.77
0.77
16

22

AD00 112-2/140
AD00 112-2/140

7.5

7.5
2,800
2 800
16
16
26
27
110
110
0.78
0.78
32

45

AD00 160-4/160
AD00 160-4/160
15
15
1,400
1 400
40
40
53
61
201
201
0.63
0.63



SA 30.1

63

90




4,000

AD00 160-2/215
AD00 160-2/215
30
30
2,800
2 800
60
60
119
13 7
339

339

0.88
0.88
4
5.6

AD00 132-8/150
AD00 132-8/150

4

4
700
700
18
18
27
32
64
64
0.44
0.44
8

11

AD00 132-4/140
AD00 132-4/140

7.5

7.5
1,400
1 400
20
20
44
50
110
110
0.65
0.65
16

22

AD00 132-2/180
AD00 132-2/180
15
15
2,800
2 800
27
27
55
64
174
174
0.90
0.90



SA 35.1

32

45




8,000

AD00 160-2/214
AD00 160-2/214
20
20
2,800
2 800
37
37
73

8 7
238
238

0.90
0.90
4
5.6

AD00 160-8/165
AD00 160-8/165

7.5

7.5
700
700
27
27
50
53
85
85
0.50
0.50
8

11

AD00 160-4/160
AD00 160-4/160
15
15
1,400
1 400
40
40
64
80
201
201
0.63
0.63
16

22



16,000

AD00 160-2/215
AD00 160-2/215
30
30
2,800
2 800
60
60
137
156
339
339
0.88
0.88


SA 40.1

3 2 14,000 AD00 160-2/215 30 2,800 60 183

339

0.88

Motor data are approximate. Due to usual manufacturing tolerances, there may be deviations from the values given.
The permissible fluctuation of the nominal voltage is 10 %. f the voltage drops below, there is a reduction of the nominal
output torque.
To protect against overheating, thermoswitches are embedded in the

motor windings. For actuators

without integraI

controIs (Auma Norm), these have to be connected to the externaI controI circuit.

If thermoswitches are not connected, warranty for motor becomes void:


Rating

of the thermoswitches:










For further details refer to "Technical data multi-turn actuators for OPEN-CLOSE duty

with 3-phase AC motors SA 25.1 SA 40.1 .
1) Current

at running torque according to "Technical data SA 25.1 SA 40.1
2) Current at max. torque. We

recommend to select switching

devices according to these

values.

We

reserve the right to alter data according to improvements made. Previous documents become invalid with the issue of

this

document.






AC

DC

250 V. 50 60 Hz

60 V

1.0 A

Cos = 1

2.5 A

42 V

1.2 A

Cos = 0.6

1.6 A

24 V

1.5 A

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High Torque Actuator Data Sheet
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Output drives Dimensions
AUMAmuIti-turn actuator type
SA 25.1 SA 30.1 SA35.1 SA40.1
EN SO 5210 F25 F30 F35 F40
F max.kN 380 460 875 1375
d1 300 350 415 475
d2 f8 200 230 260 300
d3 254 298 356 406
d4 M16 M20 M30 M36
d5 100 120 160 180
d6 max. 95 115 155 175
g 130 160 185 225
h 5 5 5 8
h3 20 25 38 45
L 126 156 175 210
Z 8 8 8 8
Weight kg 35 56 125 200
1)
b JS9 28 32 40 45
d7 H9 100 120 160 180
d7 min. 75 90 120 140
h3 25 32 48 58
L1 110 130 180 200
1)
t 106.4 127.4 168.1 189.1
1)
b JS9 14 18 22 28
d10 H9 50 60 80 100
dy max. 75 90 120 140
h3 25 32 48 58
L1 110 130 180 200
1)
t 53.8 64.4 85.4 106.4
Weight kg 5.1 8.6 21.2 27.5
b1 H11 30 40 45 50
d11 H11 64 75 105 125
d11 min. 50 60 80 100
d11 max.
2)
100 120 160 180
d12 130 160 200 230
h3 25 32 48 58
h11 11 13 17 20
SA 25.1- SA 40.1
We reserve the right to alter data according to improvements made. Previous documents become invalid with the issue of this document.
Output drives according to
EN ISO 5210
DIN 3338
1)Dimensions depend ond7/d10, refer to DN 6885 P1
2)For rising valve stemd11 max.=d5 for type A
Stem nut
Type
3)Weight included in actuator
EN SO 5210 A

For missing dimensions
Type
refer to output drive A
EN SO 5210 B3= d10
EN SO 5210 B 4 dy
Bore withkeyway
t
d
1
0
d
y
b

h
L
1
h
3
Type
DN 3338 C =d11
3)
Dog coupling
d11
h
d12
h
1
1
h
3
b
1
For missing dimensions
refer to output drive A
For missing dimensions
Type
refer to output drive A
EN SO 5210 B 1 = d7
EN SO 5210 B2 <d7>d7 min.
3)
Plug sleeve
t
b
d
7
h
3
h
L
1
>
SA 25.1 SA 40.1
Arrangement of holes d4
4)nvolute splines N210x5x40x9H DN 5480
Note: SpeciaI output drives on request.
High Torque Actuator Data Sheet
Tests & Test Certificates
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BangaIore
Pune
DeIhi
Ahmedabad
TaIcher
RourkeIa
Dhanbad
Coimbatore
Visakhapatnam
Raipur
Korba
Hospet
Functional Tests
After assembly, all actuators are thoroughly tested and
torque switches are calibrated. Final inspection record
is provided to the customer.
Type Test Certificates
Auma actuators and critical components of actuators
have been tested and guaranteed for performance.
Some of the type test certificates available are listed:
Endurance Test as per S / EN / AWWA / GDCD
standards.
Damp Heat Cycle Test as per S 9000.
Vibration Test as per S 12075.
Noise Test as per S 12065.
Enclosure Protection Test as per S 13947 (Part
) : 1993 / EC 60947 - : 2004.
Tests on Micro Switches.
Motor Performance Tests.
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SA 3 - SA 100
SAR 3 - SAR 100
Output Torque from
30 Nm to 1000 Nm
Auma Epac
SA 3 - SA 100
SAR 3 - SAR 100
Output Torque from
30 Nm to 1000 Nm
Auma High Torque
SA 25.1 - SA 40.1
SAR 25.1 - SAR 30.1
Output Torque from
2000 Nm to 16000 Nm
Auma Worm Gearboxes
GS 40.2 - GS 125.2
Output Torque from
300 Nm to 5600 Nm
Auma Worm Gearboxes
GS 160 - GS 500
Output Torque from
8000 Nm to 360000 Nm
Auma Worm Gearboxes
GF 63 - GF 315
Output Torque from
300 Nm to 90000 Nm
Auma Bevel Gearboxes
GK 10.1 - GK 40.1
Output Torque from
120 Nm to 16000 Nm
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