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Electric multi-turn actuators

SAExC 07.1 SAExC 16.1/ SARExC 07.1 SARExC 16.1 with actuator controls AUMATIC ACExC 01.1 Version FM
Basic version Non-Intrusive Service conditions: Weatherproof Explosion protection Control: Parallel Profibus DP Profibus DP with FO Modbus Modbus with FO DeviceNet Foundation Fieldbus

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Reference documents: can be downloaded from the Internet (www.auma.com) or ordered directly from AUMA (refer to addresses on the back) Operation manual AUMATIC AC 01.1/ ACExC 01.1 (for programming via local controls) Operating instructions AUMATIC Profibus DP (for programming via fieldbus interface)

Operation instructions

Multi-turn actuators SAExC 07.1 SAExC 16.1/ SARExC 07.1 SARExC 16.1 with actuator controls AUMATIC ACExC 01.1 Scope of these instructions:

Operation instructions

These instructions apply for multi-turn actuators of the type range SAExC 07.1 SAExC 16.1/ SARExC 07.1 SARExC 16.1 with the controls ACExC 01.1. These operation instructions are only valid for clockwise closing, i.e. driven shaft turns clockwise to close the valve.
Please note: Due to patent law the AUMATIC product with infra-red interface on the local controls must not be supplied to the UK or Japan. These versions without infra-red interface do not infringe a patent and can be supplied to either country.

Table of contents
1. Safety instructions 1.1. Range of application 1.2. Electrical connection 1.3. Maintenance 1.4. Warnings and notes 2. Short description 3. Transport, storage and packaging 3.1. Transport 3.2. Storage 3.3. Packaging 4. 5. Mounting to valve/ gearbox Mounting positions of the local controls

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6. Electrical connection 6.1. Mains and bus connection, versions with terminal connection (KES and KE) 6.2. Bus cable 7. Manual operation 8. Operation and indication of the local controls 8.1. Operating elements 8.2. Indication lights/ LEDs 9. 10. 11. Setting the torque switching Setting the limit switching Setting the bus address (slave address)

12. Test run 12.1. Checking the direction of rotation 12.2. Checking the type of seating 12.3. Checking the limit and torque switching 13. Setting the mechanical position indicator (option) 14. Fuses 14.1. Fuses within the actuator controls 14.2. Motor protection (thermo monitoring) 15. 16. 17. 18. Enclosure protection IP 68 (option) Maintenance Lubrication Disposal and recycling

Operation instructions

Multi-turn actuators SAExC 07.1 SAExC 16.1/ SARExC 07.1 SARExC 16.1 with actuator controls AUMATIC ACExC 01.1

Page 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. Service Spare parts list multi-turn actuator SA(R)ExC 07.1 SA(R)ExC 16.1 Spare parts list controls ACExC 01.1 with plug-in terminal connection (KES) Name plates Technical data Index Addresses of AUMA offices and representatives 36 38 40 42 43 47 48

Multi-turn actuators SAExC 07.1 SAExC 16.1/ SARExC 07.1 SARExC 16.1 with actuator controls AUMATIC ACExC 01.1

Operation instructions

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1.1.

Safety instructions
Range of application AUMA actuators are designed for the operation of industrial valves, e.g. globe valves, gate valves, butterfly valves and ball valves. For other applications, please consult us. The manufacturer is not liable for any possible damage resulting from use in other than the designated applications. Such risk lies entirely with the user. Observance of these operation instructions is considered as part of the controls/ actuators designated use.

1.2.

Electrical connection Work performed in potentially explosive atmospheres is subject to special regulations (national standards) which have be observed. Work at the open actuator under voltage must only be performed if it is assured that for the duration of the work there is no danger of explosion. During electrical operation, certain parts inevitably carry lethal voltages. Work on the electrical system or equipment must only be carried out by a skilled electrician himself or by specially instructed personnel under the control and supervision of such an electrician and in accordance with the applicable electrical engineering rules.

1.3.

Maintenance The maintenance instructions (refer to page 34) must be observed, otherwise a safe operation of the actuator is no longer guaranteed.

1.4.

Warnings and notes Failure to observe the warnings and notes may lead to serious injuries or damage. Qualified personnel must be thoroughly familiar with all warnings and notes in these operation instructions. Correct transport, proper storage, mounting and installation, as well as careful commissioning are essential to ensure a trouble-free and safe operation. During operation, the multi-turn actuator warms up and surface temperatures > 60 C may occur. Check the surface temperature prior to contact in order to avoid burns. The following references draw special attention to safety-relevant procedures in these operation instructions. Each is marked by the appropriate pictograph. This pictograph means: Note! Note marks activities or procedures which have major influence on the correct operation. Non-observance of these notes may lead to consequential damage. This pictograph means: Electrostatically endangered parts! If this pictograph is attached to a printed circuit board, it contains parts which may be damaged or destroyed by electrostatic discharges. If the boards need to be touched during setting, measurement, or for exchange, it must be assured that immediately before a discharge through contact with an earthed metallic surface (e.g. the housing) has taken place. This pictograph means: Warning! Warning marks activities or procedures which, if not carried out correctly, can affect the safety of persons or material.

Operation instructions

Multi-turn actuators SAExC 07.1 SAExC 16.1/ SARExC 07.1 SARExC 16.1 with actuator controls AUMATIC ACExC 01.1

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Short description
AUMA actuators of the type SAExC 07.1 SAExC 16.1/ SARExC 07.1 SARExC 16.1 are driven by an electric motor and controlled with the electronic controls AUMATIC ACExC 01.1, which are included in the scope of delivery. The actuator is equipped with a magnetic limit and torque transmitter. The actuator does not have to be opened for the limit and torque setting. A torque signal is permanently available. It is used for switching off at a set tripping torque, but can also be transmitted to the outside. Both the multi-turn actuator and the controls have a modular design, i.e. they consist of hardware and software components in accordance with the principle of a modular construction system. This means that each actuator or each controls are individually manufactured and combined for a specific valve automation task. An order-specific commission number, printed on the name plate, is assigned to each actuator/ controls. You can use this commission number to download the wiring diagram, inspection records, and further information from the Internet. Our website: http://www.auma.com Commissioning Please note that for low temperature versions ( 40 C), the controls requires a heat-up time. This heat-up time is applicable in case the actuator and the controls are dead and have cooled down to ambient temperature. In case commissioning has to be performed under these conditions, the following heat-up times have to be observed: 30 min. at 40 C.
Figure 1: Heat-up time chart t [min.]
60 50 40 30 20 10 0 0 10 20 30 40 50

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Multi-turn actuators SAExC 07.1 SAExC 16.1/ SARExC 07.1 SARExC 16.1 with actuator controls AUMATIC ACExC 01.1

Operation instructions

3.
3.1.

Transport, storage and packaging


Transport

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For transport to place of installation, use sturdy packaging. Do not attach ropes or hooks to the handwheel for the purpose of lifting by hoist. If multi-turn actuator is mounted on valve, attach ropes or hooks for the purpose of lifting by hoist to valve and not to multi-turn actuator. Fitting the handwheel: For transport purposes, handwheels from a diameter of 400 mm are supplied separately. Engage manual operation prior to mounting the handwheel! If the manual operation is not engaged, damage can occur at the change-over mechanism. Engage manual operation (figure 2): Manually lift the red change-over lever while slightly turning the shaft back and forth until manual operation engages. The manual operation is correctly engaged if the change-over lever can be lifted by approx. 85. Manual force is sufficient for operating the change-over lever. It is not necessary to use an extension. Excessive force may damage the change-over mechanism. Attach handwheel onto the red change-over lever on shaft (figure 3). Secure handwheel using the circlip supplied.
Figure 3

Figure 2

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3.2.

Storage

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Store in well-ventilated, dry room. Protect against floor dampness by storage on a shelf or on a wooden pallet. Cover to protect against dust and dirt. Apply suitable corrosion protection agent to bright surfaces.

If multi-turn actuators are to be stored for a long time (more than 6 months), the following points must be observed additionally: Prior to storage: Protect bright surfaces, in particular the output drive parts and mounting surface, with long-term corrosion protection agent. Check for corrosion approximately every 6 months. If first signs of corrosion show, apply new corrosion protection. After mounting, connect actuator immediately to electrical system, so that the heater prevents condensation.

3.3.

Packaging Our products are protected by special packaging for the transport ex works. The packaging consists of environmentally friendly materials which can easily be separated and recycled. We use the following packaging materials: wood, cardboard, paper, and PE foil. For the disposal of the packaging material, we recommend recycling and collection centres.

Operation instructions

Multi-turn actuators SAExC 07.1 SAExC 16.1/ SARExC 07.1 SARExC 16.1 with actuator controls AUMATIC ACExC 01.1

4.

Mounting to valve/ gearbox

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Prior to mounting the multi-turn actuator must be checked for damage. Damaged parts must be replaced by original spare parts. After mounting to valve/ gearbox, touch up any possible damage to paint finish. Increased temperatures at valve mounting flange or valve stem: If increased temperatures > 40 C are to be expected at the valve mounting flange or the valve stem (e.g. due to hot media), please consult AUMA. Temperatures > 40 C are not considered with regards to the non-electrical explosion protection.

The multi-turn actuator leaves the factory in position CLOSED (limit switch CLOSED tripped).

Check if mounting flange fits the valve/ gearbox.

Spigot at flanges should be loose fit! The output drive types B1, B2, B3, or B4 (figure 4) are delivered with bore and keyway (usually according to ISO 5210).
Figure 4 Output drive type B1/B2 Plug sleeve Output drive type B3/B4 Bore with keyway

For output drive type A (figure 6), the internal thread of the stem nut must match the thread of the valve stem. If not ordered explicitly with thread, the stem nut is unbored or with pilot bore when delivered. For finish machining of stem nut, refer to next page. Check whether bore and keyway match the input shaft of valve/ gearbox. Thoroughly degrease mounting faces at multi-turn actuator and valve/ gearbox. Apply a small quantity of grease to input shaft of valve/ gearbox. Place actuator on valve/ gearbox and fasten. Fasten bolts (quality min. 8.8, refer to table 1) evenly crosswise.

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Table 1: Fastening torque for bolts Strength class 8.8 M 8 M 10 M 12 M 16 TA (Nm) 25 50 87 220

Multi-turn actuators SAExC 07.1 SAExC 16.1/ SARExC 07.1 SARExC 16.1 with actuator controls AUMATIC ACExC 01.1

Operation instructions

Finish machining of stem nut (output drive type A):


Figure 6 Output drive type A Stem nut 80.3 80.01/80.02 80.2

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The output drive flange does not have to be removed from the actuator. Remove spigot ring (80.2, figure 6) from mounting flange. Take off stem nut (80.3) together with thrust bearing (80.01) and thrust bearing races (80.02). Remove thrust bearing and thrust bearing races from stem nut. Drill and bore stem nut and cut thread. When fixing in the chuck, make sure stem nut runs true! Clean the machined stem nut. Apply Lithium soap EP multi-purpose grease to thrust bearing and races, then place them on stem nut. Re-insert stem nut with thrust bearings into the mounting flange. Ensure that dogs are placed correctly in the slots of the hollow shaft. Screw in spigot ring until it is firm against the shoulder. Press Lithium soap EP multi-purpose grease on mineral oil base into the grease nipple with a grease gun (for quantities, please refer to table):

Table 2: Grease quantities for output drive type A


Output drive Qty1) A 07.2 A 10.2 A 14.2 3g A 16.2 5g 1.5 g 2g 1) For greases with a density = 0,9 kg/dm

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Protection tube for rising valve stem Protection tubes may be supplied separately. Seal thread with hemp, Teflon tape, or thread sealing material. Screw protection tube (1) into thread (figure 5) and tighten it firmly. Push down the sealing (2) to the housing. Check whether cap (3) is available and without damage.
Figure 5: Protection tube for rising valve stem

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Operation instructions

Multi-turn actuators SAExC 07.1 SAExC 16.1/ SARExC 07.1 SARExC 16.1 with actuator controls AUMATIC ACExC 01.1

5.

Mounting positions of the local controls


The mounting position of the local controls is designed according to the order. If, after mounting the actuator to the valve or the gearbox on site, the local controls are in an unfavourable condition, the mounting position can easily be changed at a later date. Four mounting positions are possible:
Figure 7: Mounting position A Figure 8: Mounting position B

Actuator

Actuator

Figure 9: Mounting position C

Figure 10: Mounting position D

Actuator

Actuator

Changing the mounting position

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Flameproof enclosure! Before opening, ensure that there is no explosive gas and no voltage. Disconnect actuator from the mains before opening. Turn local controls by a maximum of 180! Ensure that the wires are neither twisted nor jammed.

Loosen 4 bolts and remove the local controls. Turn local controls in one of the four positions and re-place on the actuator. Clean sealing faces of housing and cover. Check whether O-ring is in good condition. Apply a thin film of non-acidic grease to the sealing faces. Preserve joint surfaces with an acid-free corrosion protection agent. Flameproof enclosure! Handle cover and housing parts with care. Joint surfaces must not be damaged or soiled in any way. Do not jam cover during fitting. Replace cover on switch compartment and fasten bolts evenly crosswise.

Multi-turn actuators SAExC 07.1 SAExC 16.1/ SARExC 07.1 SARExC 16.1 with actuator controls AUMATIC ACExC 01.1

Operation instructions

6.

Electrical connection

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Work on the electrical system or equipment must only be carried out by a skilled electrician himself or by specially instructed personnel under the control and supervision of such an electrician and in accordance with the applicable electrical engineering rules. Installation regulations for the fieldbus must be observed for the wiring. Note warning at the electrical connection:
ATTENTION
DO NOT REMOVE COVER WHILE CIRCUIT IS ALIVE INSTALL CONDUIT SEALS AT CONDUIT ENTRIES

Wiring diagram The wiring diagram applicable to the actuator is in the cover of the electrical connection. The operation instructions are attached to the handwheel in a weather-proof bag. External fuse For short-circuit protection and for releasing the actuator, a disconnect switch is required by the customer. The current values for sizing the switch can be derived from the current consumption of the motor plus the current consumption of the controls. Motor current consumption: Refer to name plate on motor (nominal current). Current consumption of the controls depending on the mains voltage: 100 to 120 V AC = max. 650 mA 208 to 240 V AC = max. 325 mA 380 to 500 V AC = max. 190 mA The maximum permissible fuse for controls with a rated power of 1.5 kW is 16 A (gL/ gG), and for controls with a rated power of 7.5 kW, the value amounts to 32 A (gL/ gG). Cable installation in accordance with EMC Signal and bus cables are susceptible to interference. Motor cables, are interference sources. Lay cables being susceptible to interference or sources of interference at the highest possible distance from each other. The interference immunity of signal and bus cables increases if the cables are laid close to the ground potential. If possible, avoid laying long cables and make sure that they are installed in areas being subject to low interference. Avoid long parallel paths with cables being either susceptible to interference or interference sources. For the connection of remote position transmitters (potentiometer, RWG), screened cables must be used.

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Operation instructions

Multi-turn actuators SAExC 07.1 SAExC 16.1/ SARExC 07.1 SARExC 16.1 with actuator controls AUMATIC ACExC 01.1

Heater As standard, the control unit of the actuator is equipped with a heater to prevent condensation within the actuator. Unless ordered otherwise, the heater is internally supplied. For external supply (option), the heater always has to be connected. Some actuators are optionally equipped with an additional motor heater. The motor heater is always externally supplied and has to be connected according to the wiring diagram.

Actuator controls on wall bracket (accessory) For version on wall bracket, please observe the following:
Figure 11: ACExC 01.1 on wall bracket

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Versions with potentiometer in the actuator are not suitable. Instead of the potentiometer, an RWG has to be used in the actuator. Permissible distance between actuator and controls amounts to a max. of 100 m. Preconfectioned cables for the connection between actuator and AUMATIC on wall bracket can be obtained from AUMA on request. In case no preconfectioned cables are used, the following additionally has to be observed: Use suitable flexible and screened connecting cables. Connect the wires in correct phase sequence. Check the direction of rotation before switching on (see page 24).

Subsequent mounting of the actuator controls on the actuator In case the actuator and the actuator controls have different commission numbers (refer to name plates), the designations of the terminal plan and the wiring diagram (KMS . . .) have to match for both devices.

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Multi-turn actuators SAExC 07.1 SAExC 16.1/ SARExC 07.1 SARExC 16.1 with actuator controls AUMATIC ACExC 01.1

Operation instructions

6.1.

Mains and bus connection, versions with terminal connection (KES and KE)

Figure 12: KES connector (plug-in) cover

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Before mains connection: Check whether type of current, supply voltage, and frequency correspond to motor data (refer to name plate at motor). Opening the terminal compartment Loosen bolts (1) (figures 12 or 13) and remove cover (50.1). Flameproof enclosure! Before opening, ensure that no explosive gas and no voltage is present.

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Seal conduit entries which are not used with suitable plugs.

EEx d

Connecting the cables Connect cables according to order-related wiring diagram. Max. cross sections: - Power terminals (U, V, W) and protective earth (symbol: ) = max. 10 mm - Control contacts (1 to 50) = max. 2.5 m flexible, max. 4 mm solid Connect bus cable to channel 1 according to configuration of the terminals (figure 14). Connect termination resistors if the actuator is the final device in the bus segment (figure 14): The termination resistor for channel 1 is connected through linking the terminals 31 33 and 32 34. Connect screen to terminal housing (symbol: ).
Figure 14: Terminal assignment for KES and KE

Figure 13: Connection KE Cover

(1)

Another bus station follows the actuator

EEx d From previous Profibus DP device channel 1 to next Profibus DP device channel 1

Actuator is the last bus station

From last Profibus DP device channel 1

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Operation instructions

Multi-turn actuators SAExC 07.1 SAExC 16.1/ SARExC 07.1 SARExC 16.1 with actuator controls AUMATIC ACExC 01.1

Closing the terminal compartment Clean sealing faces of housing and cover. Check whether O-ring is in good condition. Apply a thin film of non-acidic grease (e.g. Vaseline) to the sealing faces. Preserve joint surfaces with an acid-free corrosion protection agent. Flameproof enclosure! Handle cover and housing parts with care. Joint surfaces must not be damaged or soiled in any way. Do not jam cover during fitting. Replace cover (figures 12 or figure 13) and fasten bolts (1) evenly crosswise.

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Figure 15: Disconnection from the mains Cover

Disconnection from the mains without removing the wiring Only for version with Ex-plug-in terminal connection (KES). If the actuator must be taken from the valve, e.g. for service purposes, it can be separated from the mains without removing the wiring (figure 15). For this purpose, the screws (2) are removed and the entire plug/ socket connector is pulled off. Cover and frame remain together. Flameproof enclosure! Handle cover and housing parts with care. Joint surfaces must not be damaged or soiled in any way. Do not jam cover during fitting.

(2) Frame EEx d

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Before fitting the terminal connection: Clean sealing faces of housing and frame. Check whether O-ring is in good condition. Apply a thin film of non-acidic grease (e.g. Vaseline) to the sealing faces. Preserve joint surfaces with an acid-free corrosion protection agent. Replace terminal connection (figure 15) and fasten 4 bolts evenly crosswise.

Figure 16: Parking frame (accessory)

Parking frame / protection cover (accessories) A special parking frame (figure 16) for protection against touching the bare contacts and against environmental influences is available. The open terminal compartment can be closed using a protective cover (not illustrated).

Parking frame

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Multi-turn actuators SAExC 07.1 SAExC 16.1/ SARExC 07.1 SARExC 16.1 with actuator controls AUMATIC ACExC 01.1

Operation instructions

6.2.

Bus cable Only cables according to standards DIN 19245 or EN 50170-2, cable type A, may be used for Profibus DP wiring. A maximum of up to 32 Profibus devices may be connected in one segment. If more devices are to be connected to one Profibus, several segments must be connected using repeaters. The bus cable must be laid at a distance of at least 20 cm from other cables. It should be laid in a separate, conductive, and earthed cable trunking. It must be ensured that there are no potential differences between the individual devices on the Profibus..
Table 3 Data transmission rate in kBit/s Maximum segment length in m 93.75 1,200 187.5 1,000 500 400 1,500 200

Cable specification cable type A for Profibus DP Characteristic impedance: Cable capacity: Core diameter Core cross section: Loop resistance: Screening: 135 to165 ohm, at a frequency of 3 to 20 MHz. < 30 pF per metre > 0.64mm > 0.34 mm, corresponds to AWG 22 < 110 ohm per km Copper shielding braid or shielding braid and shielding foil

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Operation instructions

Multi-turn actuators SAExC 07.1 SAExC 16.1/ SARExC 07.1 SARExC 16.1 with actuator controls AUMATIC ACExC 01.1

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Manual operation
The actuator may be operated manually for purposes of setting and commissioning, and in case of motor failure or power failure. Manual operation is engaged by an internal change-over mechanism. Engaging manual operation Lift up change-over lever in the centre of the handwheel to approx. 85, while slightly turning the handwheel back and forth until manual operation engages (figure 17).
Figure 17 Figure 18

Manual force is sufficient for operating the change-over lever. It is not necessary to use an extension. Excessive force may damage the change-over mechanism. Release change-over lever (should snap back into initial position by spring action, figure 18), if necessary, push it back manually.

Operating the change-over lever while the motor is running (figure 19) can lead to increased wear at the change-over mechanism.
Figure 19 Figure 20

Turn handwheel into desired direction (figure 20).

Disengaging manual operation Manual operation is automatically disengaged when motor is started again. The handwheel does not rotate during motor operation.

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Multi-turn actuators SAExC 07.1 SAExC 16.1/ SARExC 07.1 SARExC 16.1 with actuator controls AUMATIC ACExC 01.1

Operation instructions

8.

Operation and indication of the local controls


This clause contains a short description of the local controls.

8.1.

Operating elements

Figure 21: Local controls

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The push buttons on the local controls (figure 21) have two functions, depending on the selector switch position: Selector switch in position LOCAL: Run commands OPEN - STOP - CLOSE and Reset Selector switch in position OFF or REMOTE : Settings and indications via the display

Table 4: Overview : functions of push buttons For selector switch to position LOCAL (local control)
0
I

For selector switch to position OFF and REMOTE


0
I

0
I

OPEN STOP STOP CLOSED Reset

Scroll or change values Scroll or change values Confirm selection

Cancel process/ back

Note: In selector switch position REMOTE, only parameters may be viewed. In selector switch position OFF, parameters may be viewed and changed. 8.2. Indication lights/ LEDs The 5 LEDs on the local controls issue different signals. The standard signals are shown in table 5.
Figure 22: Standard German Figure 23: Standard English

Table 5: LED standard signalising LED 1 (left) (symbol LED 2 LED 3 LED 4 LED 5 (right) (symbol ) is illuminated ) is blinking is illuminated is illuminated is illuminated is illuminated is blinking Actuator is in end position CLOSED Actuator runs in direction CLOSE Torque fault CLOSE Motor protection tripped Torque fault OPEN Actuator is in end position OPEN Actuator runs in direction OPEN

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Multi-turn actuators SAExC 07.1 SAExC 16.1/ SARExC 07.1 SARExC 16.1 with actuator controls AUMATIC ACExC 01.1

9.

Setting the torque switching


The set torque must suit the valve! This setting must only be changed with the consent of the valve manufacturer!

The setting is performed via the display using the push buttons located at the local controls. Via the menu to parameter:

MAIN MENU (M0) SETTINGS (M1) TORQUE M12) OPENING (M12X0) CLOSING (M12X0)
Step by step: Set selector switch in position OFF (0)
Figure 24: Selector switch OFF 0

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Press C push button and hold it for approx 3 seconds: Display moves to MAIN MENU (M0)

MAIN MENU M0 LANGUAGE/ CONTRAST SETTINGS OPERATIONAL DATA Select SETTINGS (M1)using . Display indicates:

MAIN MENU M1 LANGUAGE/ CONTRAST SETTINGS OPERATIONAL DATA Confirm selection. Display indicates:

SETTINGS M10 SET LIMIT SWITCHES SEATING MODE TORQUE Select TORQUE (M12) pressing twice. Display indicates:

SETTINGS M12 SET LIMIT SWITCHES Anzeige SEATING MODE TORQUE

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Multi-turn actuators SAExC 07.1 SAExC 16.1/ SARExC 07.1 SARExC 16.1 with actuator controls AUMATIC ACExC 01.1

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Operation instructions

Confirm selection. Display indicates: M120

SETTINGS VIEW EDIT

Select EDIT using

. Display indicates: M121

TORQUE VIEW EDIT

Confirm selection. Display indicates: ENTER PASSWORD 0 * * *

:EDIT

:OK C:ESC

Enter the value of the current position (digits 0 to 9) using push buttons and . Move to the next position or confirm the password of the last position using Interrupt sequence (e.g. when having entered a wrong password) using C . The following standard password is set at the factory: 0000. Once the valid password has been entered, the following display is shown (left figure): EDIT M1211 OPENING CLOSING BY-PASS DURATION and press

EDIT M1210 OPENING CLOSING BY-PASS DURATION

Select OPENING or CLOSING using indicates: M1210

EDIT. Display

EDIT OPENING 100 % :EDIT

C:ESC

EDIT CLOSING 100 % :EDIT

M1211

C:ESC

It is possible to switch between the displays OPENING (left figure) and CLOSING (right figure) using the buttons . Note: The torque value can be displayed in percent, Newton meter (Nm), or in Lbs/ft. To modify the unit, please refer to the manual AC 01.1/ ACExC 01.1. If the value is displayed in percent, the value 100 % equals the maximum torque (refer to name plate on the actuator). Example: SA 07.5 with 20 60 Nm: 100 % corresponds to 60 Nm 33 % corresponds to 20 Nm

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Operation instructions

Multi-turn actuators SAExC 07.1 SAExC 16.1/ SARExC 07.1 SARExC 16.1 with actuator controls AUMATIC ACExC 01.1

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Press

. Display indicates: EDIT M1211 CLOSING 100 % :EDIT :OK C:ESC

EDIT

M1210 OPENING 100 % :EDIT :OK C:ESC

Use buttons and to change the value in compliance with the details stipulated by the valve manufacturer. Adopt new value: Press , or cancel without accepting the value: Press C .

Note: The following fault signals are sent if torque setting performed has been reached in mid-travel: Status indication S0: FAULT! Status indication S1: LSO FAULT or LSC FAULT (torque fault) The fault has to be acknowledged before the operation can be resumed. Either by 1. a run command in the opposite direction. For LSC FAULT: Run command in OPEN direction For LSO FAULT: Run command in CLOSE direction 2. or via the RESET push button in selector switch position LOCAL.

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Multi-turn actuators SAExC 07.1 SAExC 16.1/ SARExC 07.1 SARExC 16.1 with actuator controls AUMATIC ACExC 01.1

Operation instructions

10. Setting the limit switching


Via the menu to parameter:

MAIN MENU (M0) SETTINGS (M1) SET LIMIT SWITCHES (M10) CLOSED POSITION (M100) OPEN POSITION (M101)

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Step by step: Press C push button and hold it for approx 3 seconds: Display moves to MAIN MENU M0 MAIN MENU M0 LANGUAGE/ CONTRAST SETTINGS OPERATIONAL DATA Select SETTINGS (M1) using . Display indicates:

MAIN MENU M1 LANGUAGE/ CONTRAST SETTINGS OPERATIONAL DATA Confirm selection. Display indicates:

SETTINGS M10 SET LIMIT SWITCHES SEATING MODE TORQUE Confirm selection. Display indicates: ENTER PASSWORD 0 * * *
:EDIT

:OK C:ESC

Enter the value of the current position (digits 0 to 9), using push buttons and . Move to the next position or confirm the password of the last position using Interrupt sequence (e.g. when having entered a wrong password) using C . The following standard password is set at the factory: 0000: Once the valid password has been entered, the following display is shown (left figure): SET LIMIT SWITCHES M101 OPEN POSITION 90.7 % :EDIT C:ESC

SET LIMIT SWITCHES M100 CLOSED POSITION 20.3 % :EDIT C:ESC

It is possible to switch between the displays OPEN POSITION (left figure) and CLOSED POSITION (right figure) using . The respective value in the display equals the currently set end position.

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Multi-turn actuators SAExC 07.1 SAExC 16.1/ SARExC 07.1 SARExC 16.1 with actuator controls AUMATIC ACExC 01.1

Select CLOSED POSITION or OPEN POSITION and press Display indicates: SET LIMIT SWITCHES M101 OPEN POSITION :ACCEPT C:ESC

EDIT:

SET LIMIT SWITCHES M100 CLOSED POSITION :ACCEPT C:ESC

Now the actuator can be moved to the desired new position for the selected end position. This can be done either using the handwheel or selecting the electrical operation. For electrical operation: Set selector switch to position LOCAL (I). Run the actuator until end position using push buttons OPEN or CLOSE. During electrical operation, the end position seating is not available at this stage. Therefore, the electrical operation must be interrupted in due time before the valve reaches its mechanical end stop. When the desired position for the end position is reached: Interrupt operation using push button STOP. If necessary, use handwheel for exact positioning. Set selector switch to position OFF (0) Accept current position as end position using . Display indicates: 0.0 % for end position CLOSED or 100 % for end position OPEN. SET LIMIT SWITCHES M101 OPEN POSITION 100.0 % :EDIT C:ESC

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SET LIMIT SWITCHES M100 CLOSED POSITION 0.0 % :EDIT C:ESC

The current position is now available as valid end position. The LEDs situated above the display indicate the actuator position: LED 1 (left) is illuminated for end position CLOSED. LED 5 (right) is illuminated for end position OPEN. Returning to the status indications: Operate C several times, until the display indicates menu S0. If an end position cannot be set, check the type of control unit within the actuator (standard version MS5.2: 1 500 turns/stroke, option MS 50.2: 10 5,000 turns/stroke), please refer to page 29.

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Multi-turn actuators SAExC 07.1 SAExC 16.1/ SARExC 07.1 SARExC 16.1 with actuator controls AUMATIC ACExC 01.1

Operation instructions

11. Setting the bus address (slave address)


The setting is performed via the display using the push buttons located at the local controls. Via the menu to parameter:

MAIN MENU (M0) SETTINGS (M1) PROFIBUS DP1 (M1B) SLAVE ADDRESS (M1BX0)
Standard value: 2 Setting range: 0 to 125

. . . . . .

Step by step: Set selector switch to position OFF (0), figure 25.
Figure 25: Selector switch OFF

0
I

Switch on supply voltage. Press C push button and hold it for approx 3 seconds. Display moves to MAIN MENU (M0)

MAIN MENU M0 LANGUAGE/ CONTRAST SETTINGS OPERATIONAL DATA Select SETTINGS (M1)using . Display indicates:

MAIN MENU M1 LANGUAGE/ CONTRAST SETTINGS OPERATIONAL DATA Confirm selection. Display indicates:

SETTINGS M10 SET LIMIT SWITCHES SEATING MODE TORQUE Select PROFIBUS DP1(M1B) pressing Display indicates: several times.

SETTINGS M1B EMERGENCY BEHAVIOUR POSITIONER PROFIBUS DP 1

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Multi-turn actuators SAExC 07.1 SAExC 16.1/ SARExC 07.1 SARExC 16.1 with actuator controls AUMATIC ACExC 01.1

. . . . . . . . . . . . .

Confirm selection. Display indicates: M1B0

PROFIBUS DP 1 VIEW EDIT

Display slave address: Confirm selection VIEW Confirm selection of SLAVE ADDRESS(M1B10). The display indicates the currently set slave address. Return to PROFIBUS DP1 VIEW - EDIT using C . Change slave address: Select EDIT using . Display indicates: PROFIBUS DP 1 VIEW EDIT M1B1

Confirm selection. Display indicates: ENTER PASSWORD 0 * * *

:EDIT

:OK C:ESC .

Enter the value of the current position (digits 0 to 9) using push buttons and Move to the next position or confirm the password of the last position using . Interrupt sequence (e.g.when having entered a wrong password) using C . The following standard password is set at the factory: 0000. When the valid password has been entered, the display shows the following:

EDIT M1B10 SLAVE ADDRESS CABLE REDUNDANCY CHANNEL CHECK TIME Confirm selection SLAVE ADDRESS. Display indicates:

EDIT M1B10 SLAVE ADDRESS 2 :EDIT C:ESC Confirm selection SLAVE ADDRESS again to enter the edit mode. Display indicates:

EDIT

M1B10 SLAVE ADDRESS 2 :EDIT :OK C:ESC Now, addresses from 0 to 125 may be set: The value can be modified using push buttons and . The input is accepted and becomes immediately valid after having pressed . To return to the previous indication without accepting the entered value, press push button C .

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Multi-turn actuators SAExC 07.1 SAExC 16.1/ SARExC 07.1 SARExC 16.1 with actuator controls AUMATIC ACExC 01.1

Operation instructions

12. Test run


12.1. Checking the direction of rotation This check is only necessary for mounting on wall bracket. When the actuator controls are mounted directly to the actuator, the automatic phase correction ensures the correct direction of rotation, even if the phases are crossed over during electrical installation.

If there is no indicator disc, the direction of rotation can also be observed on the hollow shaft. For this purpose, remove screw plug (no. 27) (figure 27).
Figure 27: Opening the hollow shaft OPEN 27 S1/S2

Figure 26: Indicator disc CLOSED

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Move actuator manually to intermediate position or to sufficient distance from end position. Set selector switch to local control (I) (figure 28).
0
I
I

Figure 28: Selector switch LOCAL

Switch on the voltage supply. Operate push button CLOSE (figure 29) and observe the direction of rotation:
Figure 30: Push button STOP

Figure 29: Push button CLOSE

If the direction of rotation is wrong, switch off immediately. Afterwards, correct phase sequence in the connecting cable from the wall bracket to the actuator and repeat test run.
Table 6: Direction of rotation of the indicator disc: counterclockwise Direction of rotation of hollow shaft: clockwise correct correct

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Operation instructions

Multi-turn actuators SAExC 07.1 SAExC 16.1/ SARExC 07.1 SARExC 16.1 with actuator controls AUMATIC ACExC 01.1

12.2. Checking the type of seating Limit seating: The limit switching is set in such a way that the actuator switches off at the desired switching points. The torque switching acts as overload protection for the valve. Torque seating: The torque switching is set to the desired tripping torque. After having reached the tripping torque the actuator is turned off. The limit seating needs to be set in such a way that the limit switching is tripped shortly before reaching the set tripping torque. If this is not the case, one of the following fault signals is displayed: LSO FAULT or LSC FAULT (menu S1).

The type of seating is defined by the valve manufacturer and must not be changed without their prior consent. Check type of seating for end positions OPEN and CLOSED

Set selector switch to position OFF (0)


0
I

Figure 31: Selector switch OFF

The power supply of the controls is not interrupted in position OFF. Via the menu to parameter:

MAIN MENU (M0) SETTINGS (M1) SEATING MODE (M11) OPEN POSITION (M11X0) CLOSED POSITION (M11X1)
Standard value: Limit Step by step: Press C push button and hold it for approx 3 seconds: Display moves to MAIN MENU (M0): MAIN MENU M0 LANGUAGE/ CONTRAST SETTINGS OPERATIONAL DATA

. .

Select SETTINGS (M1)using

. Display indicates:

MAIN MENU M1 LANGUAGE/ CONTRAST SETTINGS OPERATIONAL DATA

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Multi-turn actuators SAExC 07.1 SAExC 16.1/ SARExC 07.1 SARExC 16.1 with actuator controls AUMATIC ACExC 01.1

. . .

Operation instructions

Confirm selection. Display indicates:

SETTINGS M10 SET LIMIT SWITCHES SEATING MODE TORQUE

Select SEATING MODE using

. Display indicates:

SETTINGS M11 SET LIMIT SWITCHES SEATING MODE TORQUE

Confirm selection. Display indicates: M110

SEATING MODE VIEW EDIT

. . . . . . .

Display type of seating: Confirm selection VIEW. Display indicates: SEATING MODE M1100 OPEN POSITION CLOSED POSITION

Confirm OPEN POSITION using . Display indicates the current type of seating for end position OPEN.

VIEW OPEN POSITION LIMIT C:ESC Change to end position CLOSED using . Display indicates the current type of seating for end position CLOSED. Return to SEATING MODE VIEW - EDIT using C .

Change seating mode Select EDIT using . Confirm selection. Enter password. For further information, refer to Actuator controls AUMATIC AC 01.1/ ACExC 01.1 manual.

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Multi-turn actuators SAExC 07.1 SAExC 16.1/ SARExC 07.1 SARExC 16.1 with actuator controls AUMATIC ACExC 01.1

12.3. Checking the limit and torque switching

. . .

Set selector switch to position OFF (0) (figure 32).


Figure 33: Push button C

Figure 32: Selector switch OFF 0

Select status indication S0: For this, press push button C briefly, if necessary, several times.

For limit seating: Move actuator manually into both end positions of the valve. The indication lights (figures 34 or 35) and display indication (figure 36) indicate the actuator status.
Figure 34: Indication lights (standard) Figure 35: Indication lights (special version)

For the description of the indication lights. Please refer to page 16.
Figure 36: Indication on display OFF

S0

Status indication S0

E2

For torque seating: Set selector switch (figure 37) to position LOCAL.
Figure 37: Selector switch LOCAL

. . . .

100% OPEN POSITION

Status of the actuator

If the end positions are not set correctly, the limit switching must be set again. When end positions are set correctly, perform a test run in motor operation as described below.

0
I
I

Operate actuator using push buttons OPEN - STOP - CLOSE. The indication lights (figures 34 or 35) and display indication (figure 36) indicate the actuator status.

If the end positions are not set correctly, a fault message is shown in the display: FAULT and TSC FAULT or TSO FAULT. Then, the limit switching must be set again.

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Multi-turn actuators SAExC 07.1 SAExC 16.1/ SARExC 07.1 SARExC 16.1 with actuator controls AUMATIC ACExC 01.1

Operation instructions

13. Setting the mechanical position indicator (option)


Work on the electrical system or equipment must only be carried out by a skilled electrician himself or by specially instructed personnel under the control and supervision of such an electrician and in accordance with the applicable electrical engineering rules. Remove 4 bolts and take off the cover at the switch compartment (figure 39). Move valve to end position CLOSED. Turn lower indicator disc (figure 38) until symbol CLOSED is in alignment with the mark on the cover (figure 39). Move actuator to end position OPEN. Hold lower indicator disc CLOSED in position and turn upper disc with symbol OPEN until it is in alignment with the mark on the cover.
Figure 39

. . . . .

Figure 38 Indicator disc

Mark

Indicator disc rotates approximately 180 to 230 at full travel from OPEN to CLOSED or vice versa. For this purpose, a suitable reduction gearing was installed in our works. If the turns per stroke are changed at a later date, the gear stage of the reduction gearing possibly has to be adapted (refer to page 29).

. . . . .

Closing the switch compartment Clean sealing faces of housing and cover. Check whether O-ring is in good condition. Apply a thin film of non-acidic grease to the sealing faces. Preserve joint surfaces with an acid-free corrosion protection agent. Flameproof enclosure! Handle cover and housing parts with care. Joint surfaces must not be damaged or soiled in any way. Do not jam cover during fitting. Replace cover on switch compartment and fasten bolts evenly crosswise. Check the multi-turn actuator for damage to paint finish. If damage to paint-finish has occurred after mounting, it has to be touched up to avoid corrosion.

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Operation instructions

Multi-turn actuators SAExC 07.1 SAExC 16.1/ SARExC 07.1 SARExC 16.1 with actuator controls AUMATIC ACExC 01.1

Setting/ testing the reduction gearing This test/ setting is only required if the turns/ stroke of the actuator were changed at a later date. The control unit may possibly have to be exchanged: Control unit MS5.2: Control unit MS50.2: 1 to 500 turns per stroke 10 to 5,000 turns per stroke

1. Pull off indicator disc: Pulling off the indicator disc (figure 40). Open end wrench (approx. 14 mm) may be used as lever.

Figure 40: Pulling off the indicator disc

RSD

RDW

Indicator disc

2. Check setting of the reduction gearing:

Check if turns/stroke of the actuator correspond to the setting of the primary reduction gearing (figure 41: stages 1 9) using table 7. If the setting is not correct: continue with point 3. If the setting is correct: continue with point 4.

Table 7: Primary reduction gearings Control unit MS5.2 (1 to 500 turns per stroke) Turns/stroke more than to 1.0 1,9 1.9 3.9 3.9 7.8 Gear stage 1 2 3 Turns/stroke more than to 7.8 15.6 15.6 31.5 31.5 62.50 Gear stage 4 5 6 Turns/stroke more than to 62.5 125 125 250 250 500 Gear stage 7 8 9

Control unit MS50.2 (10 to 5 000 turns per stroke) Turns/stroke more than to 10.0 19.5 19.5 39.0 39.0 78.0 Gear stage 1 2 3 Turns/stroke more than to 78 156 156 315 315 625 Gear stage 4 5 6 Turns/stroke more than to 625 1,250 1,250 2,500 2,500 5,000 Gear stage 7 8 9

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Multi-turn actuators SAExC 07.1 SAExC 16.1/ SARExC 07.1 SARExC 16.1 with actuator controls AUMATIC ACExC 01.1

Operation instructions

. . .

3. Set reduction gearing: Remove screw (1) (figure 41). Set crown wheel (2) to desired level according to table 7. Fasten screw (1).

Figure 41: Primary reduction gearing

(2)

1 2

(1)

. .

4. Fit and set the indicator disc: Place indicator disc on shaft. Set the mechanical position indicator as described on page 28.

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4 5 6

7 8 9

Operation instructions

Multi-turn actuators SAExC 07.1 SAExC 16.1/ SARExC 07.1 SARExC 16.1 with actuator controls AUMATIC ACExC 01.1

14. Fuses

. .

Flameproof enclosure! Before opening, ensure that no explosive gas and no voltage is present. When exchanging fuses, only fuses according to table 8 must be used.

14.1. Fuses within the actuator controls Fuses F1 and F2 (figure 42) are accessible after removal of the cover on the rear side. Fuses F3, F4, and F5 are located on the power supply unit and will be accessible after removing the electrical connection.
Figure 42: Rear (version with reversing contactors)

F1

F2

Table 8 G fuses: Size 1F 1/ 1F 2 6.3 x 32 mm 1 A T; 500 V AUMA article number K002.277 (standard) K006.901 (CSA version) F 3*
)

F 4*

5 x 20 mm 1.0 A T; 250 V

5 x 20 mm 1.25 A T; 250 V

*) according to IEC 60127-2/III (in version CSA: with UL listing)

F1/ F2: F3: F4:

F5:

Contactor variant: Primary fuses power supply unit Internal 24 V DC supply Internal 24 V AC supply (115 V AC) for: Heater in switch compartment, control reversing contactors, tripping device for PTC thermistors For 115 V AC also control inputs OPEN - STOP - CLOSE Automatic reset fuse as short-circuit protection (see wiring diagram) for external 24 V DC supply for customer

After exchanging the fuses, screw cover back on again.

Flameproof enclosure! Handle cover and housing parts with care. Joint surfaces must not be damaged or soiled in any way. Do not jam cover during fitting.

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Multi-turn actuators SAExC 07.1 SAExC 16.1/ SARExC 07.1 SARExC 16.1 with actuator controls AUMATIC ACExC 01.1

Operation instructions

14.2. Motor protection (thermo monitoring) In order to protect against overheating and impermissibly high temperatures at the actuator, thermoswitches are embedded in the motor winding. The thermoswitch is tripped as soon as the max. permissible winding temperature has been reached. The actuator is switched off and the following signals are given: LED 3 (thermal fault) on the local controls is illuminated. Status indication S0 in the display: FAULT! Status indication S1 in the display: THERMAL FAULT. The motor has to cool down before the operation can be resumed. Depending on the parameter setting, the fault signal is either automatically reset or the fault signal has to be reset using the RESET push button in selector switch position LOCAL.

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Multi-turn actuators SAExC 07.1 SAExC 16.1/ SARExC 07.1 SARExC 16.1 with actuator controls AUMATIC ACExC 01.1

15. Enclosure protection IP 68 (option)


Definition According to DIN EN 60 259, the conditions for meeting the requirements of enclosure protection IP 68 are to be agreed between manufacturer and user. AUMA actuators and controls in enclosure protection IP 68 meet the following requirements according to AUMA: Duration of submersion in water max. 72 hours Head of water max. 6 m Up to 10 operations during submersion Modulating duty is not possible during submersion

. . . .

Enclosure protection IP 68 refers to the interior of the actuators (motor, gearing, switch compartment, controls, and terminal compartment). Inspection AUMA actuators and controls in enclosure protection IP 68 undergo a routine testing for tightness in the factory. Cable glands For the entries of the motor and control cables, appropriate cable glands in enclosure protection IP 68 must be used. The size of the cable glands must be suitable for the outside diameter of the cables, refer to recommendations of the cable gland manufacturers. As standard, actuators and controls are delivered without cable glands. For delivery, the threads are sealed with plugs in the factory. When ordered, cable glands can also be supplied by AUMA at an additional charge. For this, it is necessary to state the outside diameter of the cables. The cable glands must be sealed against the housing at the thread with an O-ring. It is recommended to additionally apply a liquid sealing material (Loctite or similar).

. . . . . . . . . . .

Commissioning When commissioning, the following should be observed: Sealing faces of housing and covers must be clean. O-rings of the covers must not be damaged. A thin film of non-acidic grease should be applied to sealing faces. Covers should be tightened evenly and firmly. After submersion Check actuator. In case of ingress of water, dry actuator correctly and check for proper function. Further notes When using output drive types A and AF (stem nut), it cannot be prevented that water enters the hollow shaft along the valve stem during submersion. This leads to corrosion. The water also enters the thrust bearings of output drive type A, causing corrosion and damage to the bearings. The output drive types A and AF should therefore not be used during submersion.

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Multi-turn actuators SAExC 07.1 SAExC 16.1/ SARExC 07.1 SARExC 16.1 with actuator controls AUMATIC ACExC 01.1

Operation instructions

16. Maintenance

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When working in potentially explosive atmospheres, observe local regulations. Work at the open actuator under voltage must only be performed if it is assured that for the duration of the work there is no danger of explosion.

Check actuator visually. Ensure that no outside damage or changes are visible. The electric connecting cables must be without damage and wired correctly. Do a thorough touch-up of possible damage to paint finish to prevent corrosion. Original paint in small quantities can be supplied by AUMA. Cable entries, cable glands, plugs etc. have to be checked for correct tightness and sealing. Observe torques according to manufacturers details. If required, replace the components. Only use components which have a test certificate. Check whether Ex-connections are fastened correctly. Take care of possible discolouration of the terminals and wires. This would indicate an increased temperature. For Ex housings, take care especially of a possible collection of water. This may originate from breathing due to severe temperature variations (e. g. change of night and day), from damaged seals etc. Remove any water immediately. Since the dimensions of all flameproof joints are strictly defined and inspected, no mechanical work (such as grinding) shall be performed on them. The joint surfaces have to be cleaned chemically (e. g. with Esso-Varsol). Before fitting, the joint surfaces have to be preserved with an acid-free corrosion protection agent (e. g. Esso Rust BAN 397). Ensure that all housing covers are handled carefully and that the seals are checked. All cable and motor protection components have to be checked. If defects which affect the safety are detected during maintenance, repair measures have to be initiated without delay. Any kind of surface coating for the joint surfaces is not permitted. When exchanging parts, seals etc. only original spare parts shall be used.

. .

Flameproof enclosure! Before opening, ensure that there is no explosive gas and no voltage. Flameproof enclosure! Handle cover and housing parts with care. Joint surfaces must not be damaged or soiled in any way. Housing parts and joint surfaces in particular must not be processed mechanically. Do not jam cover during fitting.

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Operation instructions

Multi-turn actuators SAExC 07.1 SAExC 16.1/ SARExC 07.1 SARExC 16.1 with actuator controls AUMATIC ACExC 01.1

We recommend additionally: If rarely operated, perform a test run about every 6 months. This ensures that the actuator is always ready to operate. Approximately six months after commissioning and then every year check bolts between actuator and valve/ gearbox for tightness. If required, tighten applying the torques given in table 1, page 7. For multi-turn actuators with output drive type A: at intervals of approx. 6 months from commissioning, press in Lithium soap EP multi-purpose grease on mineral oil base at the grease nipple with grease gun (quantity see table 2, page 8).

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17. Lubrication

The gear housing is filled with lubricant in the factory. A grease change is recommended after the following operation time: If rarely operated, after 10 12 years. If operated frequently, after 6 8 years.

Lubrication of the valve stem must be done separately.

18. Disposal and recycling


AUMA actuators have an extremely long lifetime. However, they have to be replaced at one point in time. The actuators have a modular design and may therefore easily be disassembled, separated, and sorted according to materials, i.e.:

The following generally applies: Collect greases and oils during disassembly. As a rule, these substances are hazardous to water and must not be released into the environment. See disassembled material to a sound disposal or to separate recycling according to materials. Observe the national regulations for waste disposal.

. . . . . . .

electronic scrap various metals plastics greases and oils

19. Service
AUMA offers extensive services such as maintenance and inspection for actuators. The AUMA service department can be reached at: phone: 724-743-2862 fax: 724-743-2862 email: mailbox@auma-usa.com www.auma-usa.com or www.auma.com.

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50.1 160.2 54.2 S2 160.1 50.020 50.023 27 S1 / S2 152.2 151.0 152.1 153.5 S1 / S2 20.0 24 5.7 S2 5.8 S2 5.32 053 6 3.0 80.001 107 100 106.0 S2 S2 2.0 S2 85.001 90.001 80.001 90.0 80.3 80.0 90.001 85.001 85.0 14 5.37 10.0 S2 18 105.0 1.0 S2 012 5.0 S2 39 50.016 50.2 153.1 153.3 153.0 155.0 153.2 50.021 50.024 S1 / S2 54.2 52.0 19.0 17.0 5.12 25.0 019 020 24.0 / 23.0 22.0 9.0 30.0

SAExC 14.1 SAExC 16.1 SARExC 14.1 SARExC 16.1

S2

79.0-2 79.0-3

51.16

S2

S1 / S2

S2

79.0-1

SAExC 07.1 SAExC 10.1 SARExC 07.1 SARExC 10.1

54.0

70.0

S1 / S2

56.0

57.0

59.0

70.1

Multi-turn actuators SAExC 07.1 SAExC 16.1/ SARExC 07.1 SARExC 16.1 with actuator controls AUMATIC ACExC 01.1

49.0

S1 / S2

156.0

20. Spare parts list multi-turn actuator SA(R)ExC 07.1 SA(R)ExC 16.1

60.0

61.0

15.0

Operation instructions

B1 / C

B3 / B4 / E

Operation instructions

Multi-turn actuators SAExC 07.1 SAExC 16.1/ SARExC 07.1 SARExC 16.1 with actuator controls AUMATIC ACExC 01.1

Note: Please state type and commission no. of the actuator (see name plate) when ordering spare parts. Only original AUMA spare parts should be used. Delivered spare parts may slightly vary from the representation in these instructions.
No. 012 019 020 053 1.0 2.0 3.0 5.0 5.12 5.32 5.37 5.7 5.8 6 9.0 10.0 14 15.0 17.0 18 19.0 20.0 22.0 23.0 24 24.0 25.0 27 30.0 39 49.0 1) 50.016 50.020 50.021 50.023 50.024 50.1 50.2 51.16 52.0 54.0-1 54.2 Type E E E E B B B B E E B E B E B B E B B E B B B B E B E E B E B E E E E E B B B B B E Notched pin Hex. socket head cap screw Clamping washer Bolt Housing assly. Flange, bottom assly. Hollow shaft assly. (without worm wheel) Worm shaft assly. Grub screw Coupling pin Pull rod assly. Motor coupling Manual drive coupling assly. Worm wheel Planetary gear assly. for manual drive Retaining flange assly. Change-over lever Cover for switch compartment assly. Torque lever assly. Gear segment Crown wheel assly. Swing lever assly. Drive pinion II for torque switching assly. Drive wheel for limit switching assly. Drive wheel for limit switching Intermediate wheel for limit switching assly. Locking plate Screw plug Handwheel with ball handle Screw plug Motor plug, socket assly. End-piece Terminal - controls Terminal - motor Terminal cover - controls Terminal cover - motor Cover assly. Terminal carrier-frame assly. (without terminals) Frame assly. Pin carrier (without pins) Cable conduit assly. (customer connection) Circlip Designation No. 56.0 57.0 59.0 1) 60.0 61.0 70.0 70.1 1) 79.0-1 2) 79.0-2 2) 79.0-3 2) 80.0 3) 80.0013) 80.3 3) 85.0 3) 85.001 90.0 3) 90.001 100 105.0 3) 106.0 107 151.0 152.1 153.0
3) 3) 3)

Type B B B B B B B B B B B E E B E B E B B B E B B B B B B B B B B E E S S Pin for controls

Designation Pin for motor Pin for motor and thermoswitch in motor plug/ socket connector Control unit assly. without torque head, without switches Torque switching head Motor Motor plug pin carrier (without pins) Planetary gearing assly. for motor drive Planetary gearing assly. for motor drive (SA 16.1) Ex motor mounting flange Output drive form A assly. (without thread in stem nut) Needle roller thrust bearing Stem nut (without thread) Output drive B3 Snap ring Output drive D Snap ring Switch for limit/ torque switching (including wire end sleeves) Blinker transmitter including wire end sleeves (without impulse disc and insulation plate) Stud bolt for switches Spacer Heater Potentiometer (without slip clutch) Slip clutch for potentiometer RWG assly. Potentiometer for RWG (without slip clutch) Slip clutch for RWG Electronic board RWG Wires for RWG Reduction gearing Mechanical position indicator Protection tube (without cap) Cap for stem protection tube Seal kit (small) Seal kit (large)

152.2 3)
3)

153.1 3) 153.2 3) 153.3 3) 153.5 3) 155.0 3) 156.0 3) 160.1 3) 160.2 3) S1 S2

1) 2) 3) 4)

SAExC 16.1 with output speeds 32 to 180 rpm without motor plug; motor directly wired to pin carrier (no. 52.0). Not available for all output speeds Not included in basic equipment Not included in Non-Intrusive version

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Multi-turn actuators SAExC 07.1 SAExC 16.1/ SARExC 07.1 SARExC 16.1 with actuator controls AUMATIC ACExC 01.1

Operation instructions

21. Spare parts list controls ACExC 01.1 with plug-in terminal connection (KES)

2.2

9.0

8.0

2.3

11.0

1.01

1.02

54.2

54.0-2

1.0

52.0

54.0-1

54.2

58.0

56.0

6.0

4.0

4.01

4.1

54.2

57.0 50.2

51.16

54.2

2.0

50.021

15.0

50.020

50.023

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50.1

50.016

50.024

Operation instructions

Multi-turn actuators SAExC 07.1 SAExC 16.1/ SARExC 07.1 SARExC 16.1 with actuator controls AUMATIC ACExC 01.1

Note: Please state type and commission no. of the actuator (see name plate) when ordering spare parts. Only original AUMA spare parts should be used. Delivered spare parts may slightly vary from the representation in these instructions.
No. 1.0 1.01 1.02 2.0 2.2 2.3 4.0 4.01 4.1 6.0 8.0 9.0 11.0 15.0 50.016 Type E E E B E E B S E B B B B B E Housing Hex. socket head cap screw Lock washer Local controls assly.1) Padlock Local controls board1) Contactors assly. Secondary fuse Contactors Power supply unit Interface board Logic board Relay board Cover assly. End-piece Designation No. 50.020 50.021 50.023 50.024 50.1 50.2 51.16 52.0 54.0-1 54.0-2 54.2 56.0 57.0 58.0 S Type B E E E B B B B B B E B B B S Terminal - controls Terminal - motor Terminal cover - controls Terminal cover - motor Cover assly. Terminal carrier-frame assly. (without terminals) Frame assly. Pin carrier (without pins) Cable conduit assly. (customer connection) Cable conduit assly. (actuator connection) Circlip Pin for controls Pin for motor Protective earth Seal kit Designation

1) Please note: Due to patent law, AUMATIC versions with infra-red interface must not be supplied to the UK or Japan. Products without infra-red interface do not infringe a patent and can be supplied to either country.

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Multi-turn actuators SAExC 07.1 SAExC 16.1/ SARExC 07.1 SARExC 16.1 with actuator controls AUMATIC ACExC 01.1

Operation instructions

22. Name plates

Name plate on the actuator (example)


SAExC 07.1-F10 Comm No:1309533 No: 3302MD 19302 NEMA 6 11 rpm T Close: 7.4-22.1 f.lbs T Open: 7.4-22.1 f.lbs Lubr: F1 Temp -25C/+40C

- Actuator type flange size - Commission number - Works number actuator - Enclosure protection/ output speed - Torque range in CLOSED - Torque range in OPEN - Lubricant - Temperature range

Name plate on the controls (example)


ACExC 01.1 P:1.5kW Comm No: 1307495 No: 0902MA97286 KMS:TP280/001 ACP:E3FC-2M0CA-004 3 ~ 400V 50Hz IP67 Controls: 24V DC

- Control type/ output - Commission number controls - Works number - Terminal plan actuator - Wiring diagram - Mains voltage/ frequency/ enclosure protection - Control voltage

Name plate on the motor (example)


VD00 63-4/45 Art No: Z006.413 3 ~ 400V 60Hz 0.12 hp Y 0.60A cos 0.49 S2 - 15 min NEMA 6 1680 rpm Thermal protection:Th Insul. Class: F

- Motor type - Article number - Works number motor - Mains voltage/ mains frequency - Nominal power PN in hp - Internal motor circuit/ nominal current - Power factor - Type of duty - Enclosure protection/ output speed - Motor protection - Insulation class

Approval plate for explosion-proof actuators (example)


DIVISION 1 - Approved mark and explosion protection CLASS I,GROUPS C,D CLASS II,GROUPS E,F,G CLASS III OUTDOOR HAZARD. LOCATION - Explosion protection conditions: MAX. TEMP: T4 135C - Temperature class/ AMB. TEMP: 40C max. surface temperature

auma

APPROVED

- Max. ambient temperature

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Operation instructions

Multi-turn actuators SAExC 07.1 SAExC 16.1/ SARExC 07.1 SARExC 16.1 with actuator controls AUMATIC ACExC 01.1

23. Technical data


Features and functions Explosion protection

Type of duty 1)

Torque range Output speed Motors Insulation class Motor protection Self-locking Limit switching

Torque switching

Non-intrusive settings (option)

Position feedback signal, analogue (options) Torque feedback signal, analogue (option) Mechanical position indicator (option) Running indication Heater in switch compartment Motor heater (option) Manual operation

FMRC approved Class I Division 1 Groups C, D Class II Division 1 Groups E, F, G Class III Standard: SAExC Short time duty S2 - 15 min SARExC Intermittent duty S4 - 25 % Option: SAExC Short time duty S2 - 30 min SARExC Intermittent duty S5 - 25 % Refer to actuator name plate Refer to actuator name plate 3-ph AC asynchronous motor, type IM B9 according to IEC 34 Standard: F, tropicalized Option: H, tropicalized Standard: Thermoswitches (NC) yes, for output speeds 4 to 90 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 Options: Tandem switches (2 NC and 2 NO) for each end position, switches galvanically isolated Triple switches (3 NC and 3 NO) for each end position, switches galvanically isolated Intermediate position switch (DUO limit switching), available for any intermediate position Adjustable torque switching for direction OPEN and CLOSE Standard: Single switch (1 NC and 1 NO) for each direction Options: Tandem switch (2 NC and 2 NO) for each direction, switches galvanically isolated Magnetic limit and torque transmitter MWG (only possible in combination with actuator controls AUMATIC) for 1 to 500 turns per stroke or for 10 to 5,000 turns per stroke Potentiometer or 0/4 20 mA (RWG) For further details see separate data sheet Only in combination with magnetic limit and torque transmitter MWG and controls AUMATIC Continuous indication, adjustable indicator disc with symbols OPEN and CLOSED Blinker transmitter Resistance type heater with 5 W, 24 V DC SAExC/SARExC 07.1 10.1: 12.5 W SAExC/SARExC 14.1 16.1: 25 W Manual drive for setting and emergency operation, handwheel does not rotate during electrical operation. Option: Handwheel lockable AUMA plug/ socket connector with screw type connection A, B1, B2, B3, B4 according to EN ISO 5210 A, B, D, E according to DIN 3210 C according to DIN 3338 Special output drives: AF, AK, AG, IB1, IB3 For mains voltage and mains frequency, refer to name plates at the controls and the motor (for a description of the name plates, refer to page 40) Permissible variation of the nominal voltage: 10 % Permissible variation of the mains frequency: 5 % Motor current consumption: Refer to motor nameplate Current consumption of the controls depending on the mains voltage: 100 to 120 V AC = max. 650 mA 208 to 240 V AC = max. 325 mA 380 to 500 V AC = max. 190 mA 24 V DC + 20 % / 15 %, Observe current consumption of the controls

Connection to controls Output drive types

Power supply, mains frequency and current consumption

External supply of the electronics (option)

1) Based on 20 C ambient temperature and at an average load with running torque or modulating torque according to Technical data SAExC or SARExC.

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Multi-turn actuators SAExC 07.1 SAExC 16.1/ SARExC 07.1 SARExC 16.1 with actuator controls AUMATIC ACExC 01.1
Rated power Switchgear

Operation instructions

Control and output signals Profibus DP interface with additional inputs (options)

Voltage output Profibus DP V1 (option) Component redundancy (option) Local controls

The controls is designed for the rated power of the actuator Refer to motor name plate Standard: Reversing contactors2) (mechanically and electrically interlocked) for motor power up to 1.5 kW Options: Reversing contactors2) (mechanically and electrically interlocked) for motor power up to 7.5 kW Via Profibus DP interface Profibus DP interface with 4 free 24 V DC inputs and 2 free 0/4 20 mA inputs. Signal transmission via fieldbus interface. Profibus DP interface with 24 V DC control inputs OPEN - CLOSE - EMERGENCY. Selection of control mode via 24 V DC input BUS/ REMOTE. Profibus DP interface with 24 V DC control inputs OPEN - CLOSE and 0/4 20 mA input for nominal position value3) (positioner). Selection of control mode via 24 V DC inputs BUS/ REMOTE and MODE Profibus DP interface with 24 V DC (optional 115 V AC) control inputs OPEN - STOP CLOSE - EMERGENCY and 0/4 20 mA input for nominal position value3) (positioner). Selection of control mode via 24 V DC (optional 115 V AC) inputs BUS/REMOTE and MODE. Output signals via 6 programmable signal relays, position feedback 0/4 20 mA. Standard: Auxiliary voltage 24 V DC, max. 100 mA for supply of the control inputs, galvanically isolated from internal voltage supply Access to parameters, the electronic name plate and the operating data with acyclic write/read services AUMATIC is equipped with an additional redundant Profibus DP interface Standard: Selector switch LOCAL - OFF - REMOTE (lockable in all three positions) Push buttons OPEN - STOP - CLOSE - RESET 5 indication lights: End position and running indication CLOSED (yellow), torque fault CLOSED (red), motor protection tripped (red), torque fault OPEN (red), end position and running indication OPEN (green) LC display, illuminated Programming interface Options: Release of the local controls: RELEASE input for external release of the operation via local controls Special colours for the 5 indication lights: end position CLOSED (green), torque fault CLOSED (blue), torque fault OPEN (yellow), motor protection tripped (white), end position OPEN (red) Protection cover, lockable Protection cover with indicator glass, lockable

2) The lifetime guaranteed by the manufacturer amounts to min. 2 million cycles 3) Only partly possible in connection with process controller PID, please contact AUMA

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Operation instructions
Functions

Multi-turn actuators SAExC 07.1 SAExC 16.1/ SARExC 07.1 SARExC 16.1 with actuator controls AUMATIC ACExC 01.1
Seating programmable limit or torque seating for end position OPEN and end position CLOSED Torque monitoring over the whole travel Torque by-pass, adjustable to up to 5 seconds (no torque monitoring during this time) Phase failure monitoring with automatic phase correction Programmable behaviour in case of loss of bus communication Running indication via indication lights Positioner4): Nominal position value via Profibus DP interface Programmable behaviour on loss of signal Automatic adaptation of the dead band (adaptive behaviour selectable) Change over between OPEN - CLOSE duty and modulating duty via Profibus DP Options: Process controller, PID4): Nominal process value via Profibus DP interface Actual process value via 0/4 20 mA additional input Programmable behaviour on loss of signal Limitation of the control range Change over between OPEN - CLOSE duty and modulating duty via Profibus DP Multiport valve function4) Approaching of up to 8 intermediate positions via Profibus DP and the local controls Programmable monitoring of the max. number of cycles generates warning signal Reaction monitoring for operation command (programmable from 1 to 15 seconds), generates fault signal - results in switching off Operating time monitoring (programmable from 4 to 1,800 seconds), generates warning signal Order data: Commission number AUMATIC, commission number actuator, KKS number (definition system for power plants), valve number, plant number Product data: Product name, works number actuator, works number AUMATIC, software version logic, hardware version logic, date of final test, wiring diagram, terminal plan Project data: Project name, 2 freely definable customer fields with a max. of 19 digits each Service data: Service telephone, Internet address, service text 1, service text 2 A resettable counter and a lifetime counter for: Motor running time, number of starts, torque switch trippings in end position CLOSED, limit switch trippings in end position CLOSED, torque switch trippings in end position OPEN, limit switch trippings in end position OPEN, torque faults CLOSED, torque faults OPEN, motor protection trippings Standard: Monitoring of the motor temperature in combination with thermoswitches in the actuator motor Options: Additional thermal overload relay in the controls Standard: Ex-plug-in terminal connection KES designed as flameproof enclosure EEx d NPT-threads: 4 x 1" NPT Options: Ex terminal connection KE designed as flameproof enclosure EEx d NPT-threads: 4 x 1" NPT AUMA plug/ socket connector SE with screw type connection designed as flameproof enclosure EEx d NPT-threads: 2 x 1" NPT / 1 x " NPT Parking frame for wall mounting of the disconnected plug Protection cover for plug compartment (when plug is removed) ACP E3FC-2P0S000 KMS TP200/001 Standard:

Monitoring functions

Electronic name plate

Logging of operating data

Motor protection evaluation

Electrical connection

Wiring diagram (basic version)

4) Requires position transmitter in actuator

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Multi-turn actuators SAExC 07.1 SAExC 16.1/ SARExC 07.1 SARExC 16.1 with actuator controls AUMATIC ACExC 01.1

Operation instructions

Further options for Non-intrusive version with MWG in the actuator Setting of limit and torque switching via local controls Electronic timer Start and end of stepping mode as well as ON and OFF time (1 up to 300 seconds) can be programmed individually for the directions OPEN and CLOSE. Intermediate positions Any 8 intermediate positions between 0 and 100 % Reaction and signal behaviour programmable Settings/ programming of the Profibus DP interface Setting of the baud rate Automatic baud rate recognition Setting of the Profibus DP The setting of the Profibus DP address is made via the display of the AUMATIC interface Configurable process For an optimal adaptation to the process control system, 4 different process representations are representation via GSD file available. Additionally, the contents of four signal bytes are freely programmable. Commands and signals of the Profibus DP interface Process representation output OPEN, STOP, CLOSE, nominal position value 4), RESET (command signals) Process representation input End position OPEN, CLOSED (feedback) Actual position value 4) Actual torque value 5) Selector switch in position LOCAL/ REMOTE Running indication 4) (directional) Torque switch OPEN, CLOSED Limit switch OPEN, CLOSED Manual operation by handwheel 4) or local controls Analogue (2) and digital (4) customer inputs Communication channel A or B (redundant channel) active Process representation input Motor protection tripped (fault signals) Torque switch tripped in mid-travel One phase missing Loss of the analogue customer inputs Behaviour on loss of The behaviour of the actuator is programmable: communication - stop in current position - move to end position OPEN or CLOSED - move to any intermediate position4) General data Profibus DP Communication protocol Profibus DP according to EN 50 170-2 or DIN 19 245 Network topology Linear (bus) structure. When using repeaters, tree structures can also be realised. Coupling and uncoupling of devices during operation without affecting other devices is possible. Transmission medium Twisted, screened copper cable according to EN 50 170 Profibus DP interface EIA-485 (RS485) Transmission speed/ Max. cable length Possible cable length with Baud rate (kbit/s) cable length (segment length without repeater (total network repeater) cable length) 9.6 19.2 45.45 93.75 187.5 500 1,500 Device types 1,200 m 1,200 m 1,200 m 1,200 m 1,000 m 400 m 200 m approx. 10 km approx. 10 km approx. 10 km approx. 10 km approx. 10 km approx. 4 km approx. 2 km

Number of devices Bus access Supported Profibus DP functions

DP master class 1, e.g. central controllers such as PLC, PC, ... DP master class 2, e.g. programming/ configuration tools DP slave, e.g. devices with digital and/ or analogue inputs/ outputs such as actuators, sensors 32 devices without repeater, with repeater expandable to 126 Token-passing between the masters and polling for slaves. Mono-master or multi-master systems are possible. Cyclic data exchange, sync mode, freeze mode, fail-safe mode

4) Requires position transmitter in actuator 5) Requires magnetic limit and torque transmitter (MWG) in actuator

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Operation instructions
Service conditions Application Enclosure protection according to EN 60 529 6)

Multi-turn actuators SAExC 07.1 SAExC 16.1/ SARExC 07.1 SARExC 16.1 with actuator controls AUMATIC ACExC 01.1

Corrosion protection

Installation altitude Humidity Degree of pollution Finish coating Colour Ambient temperature Vibration resistance7) according to IEC 60 068-2-6

Overvoltage category Lifetime8)

Weight of controls Accessories Wall bracket9)

Approved for outdoor installation Standard: IP 67/ NEMA 4 Option: IP 68/ NEMA 6 The Ex-plug-in terminal connection KES is additionally sealed against the interior double sealed Standard: KN Suitable for installation in industrial units, in water or power plants with a low pollutant concentration Options: KS Suitable for installation in occasionally or permanently aggressive atmosphere with a moderate pollutant concentration (e.g. in wastewater treatment plants, chemical industry) KX Suitable for installation in extremely aggressive atmosphere with high humidity and high pollutant concentration Standard: 2,000 m above sea level Option: > 2,000 m above sea level, please contact AUMA Max. relative humidity 80%/ 31 C 2 inside and outside the controls/ the actuator Standard: Two-component iron-mica combination Option: Special primer/ special finish coat (customers choice) Standard: Grey (DB 702, similar to RAL 9007) Other colours than standard colour are possible on request Standard: 20 C to + 60 C Option: 40 C to + 60 C 1 g, from 10 Hz to 200 Hz Resistant to vibrations during start-up or for failures of the plant. However, a fatigue strength may not be derived from this. Only for actuators with controls, not valid in combination with gearboxes. Category III SAExC 07.1 10.1: 20,000 operations (OPEN -CLOSE - OPEN) with 30 turns per stroke SAExC 14.1 16.1: 15,000 operations (OPEN -CLOSE - OPEN) with 30 turns per stroke SARExC 07.1 10.1: 5 million starts7) SARExC 14.1 16.1: 3.5 million starts7) approx. 12 kg (including AUMA Ex-plug/ socket connector with terminal board) AUMATIC mounted separately from the actuator, including plug/ socket connector. Connecting cables on request. Recommended for high ambient temperatures, difficult access, or in case of heavy vibrations during service. COM-AC incl. interface cable Product description Electric multi-turn actuators SA Product description Actuator controls AUMATIC AC Dimension sheets SA / SAR Dimension sheets Multi-turn actuators/ part-turn actuators with integral controls AUMATIC ACExC Technical data SAExC/ SARExC Technical data ACExC 01.1 Electrical data SAExC/ SARExC

Programming software Other information Reference documents

6) For version in enclosure protection IP 68, higher corrosion protection KS or KX is strongly recommended 7) For modulating actuators, the lifetime depends on the load and the number of starts. A high starting frequency will rarely improve the modulating accuracy. To reach the longest possible maintenance and fault-free operation time, the number of starts per hour chosen should be as low as permissible for the process 8) Cable length between actuator and AUMATIC max. 100 m. Not suitable for version with potentiometer in the actuator. Instead of the potentiometer, an RWG has to be used. Cable length for version Non-intrusive version with MWG in the actuator max. 100 m. Requires separate data cable for MWG. If actuator and AUMATIC are separated at a later date, the max. cable length is 10 m

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Multi-turn actuators SAExC 07.1 SAExC 16.1/ SARExC 07.1 SARExC 16.1 with actuator controls AUMATIC ACExC 01.1

Operation instructions

Notes

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Index
C Cable capacity 14 Characteristic impedance 14 Core cross section (bus cable) 14 Core diameter (bus cable) 14 Corrosion protection 6 Cross sections 12 Current consumption 10,41 D Direction of rotation Disconnect switch Disposal and recycling E Electrical connection Enclosure protection IP 68 Explosion protection 24 10 35 10 33 41 N Name plate O Output drive types P Packaging Position indicator Position transmitter RWG Power supply Protection tube Protective earth Push buttons R Rated power S Safety instructions Screening (bus cable) Selector switch Service Short-circuit protection Spare parts list Multi-turn actuator Storage T Technical data Test run Thermoswitches Transport Type of duty Type of seating 40 7 6 28 10 41 8 12 16 42 4 14 27 35 10 36 36 6 41 24 32 6 41 25

F Finish machining of the stem nut 8 Fuses 31 H Handwheel Heater I Indicator disc Internet L Loop resistance Lubrication 15 10 28,29 5 14 35

M Mains frequency 41 Maintenance 4 Manual operation 15 Mechanical position indicator 28 Motor protection 32 Mounting positions local controls 9 Mounting to valve/ gearbox 7

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