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ANDCO LINEAR AND ROTARY ACTUATORS
T A B L E O F C O N T E N T S

OVERVIEW Typical Applications EAGLE LINEAR ACTUATOR 7000 SERIES LINEAR ACTUATOR 8000 SERIES LINEAR ACTUATOR QR & QRG ROTARY ACTUATOR STANDARD OPTIONS Mounting: Clevis, Trunnion, Flange Manual Override Extension Rod Cover Adjustable Gear Driven Position Limit Switch Gear Driven Potentiometers Electric Motor Brake Single Phase Electronic (Dynamic) Motor Braking Single Phase Solid State Reversing Starter/Programmable Controller Interface Three Phase Motor Control Model 4100 Position Indicating Meter Pushbutton/Selector Switch Station Three Phase Motor Control Positran® Transmitter CONTROLS 5100 Position/Process Control EASC - Electric Actuator Smart Control Profibus DP® DeviceNet™ Modbus® APPLICATION GUIDE Introduction Linear Applications Pushing and Pulling Lifting and Lowering Lever and Moment Arms Slide Gate Application Diverter Gate Application Clam Shell or Undercut Gate Application Louver Damper Application Rotary Applications Pulleys and Sprockets Rack and Pinion Slide Gates Engineering Reference Tables Application Notes Definition of Terms ORDERING GUIDE

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PG 2

TYPICAL APPLICATIONS

DIVERTER GATE VALVE • Non-backdriving • Thrust limit protection • Accurate positioning

CLAM SHELL GATE • High breakaway forces • Positive closing • Thrust overload protection

SLIDE GATES • Slow speeds for regulating flow • High speeds for weighing and loadout • Well suited for computer and programmable control

PG 3

TYPICAL APPLICATIONS

INDUSTRIAL DOORS • Long strokes • Low maintenance • Enclosures suitable for most environments

LOUVER DAMPER • Modulating control • High seating forces • Convenient mounting

ANTENNA • Accurate position feedback • Slow speed • Capable of high static loading

RACK AND PINION DRIVE • High starting torque • Compact

PG 4

OPTIONAL EQUIPMENT • 230 VAC. F and G) enclosure • Anti-friction bearings on all drive components • All metal gearing • Cast aluminum construction • Clevis mount on the motor end • Permanently lubricated for maintenance-free operation • Heavy duty industrial motor. 60 Hz.6A* 230V. single phase. Division 1 & 2. 1Ph.75A* CSA approval Class B Insulation NEMA “D” design * Full load current (Amps). . high starting torque. Groups E. low inertia Motor Data 115V. 3 Phase Motor • Potentiometer (all metal gear driven) • Integral position process control board for modulating applications • 4-20mA Position Transmitter • Adjustable trunnion mount and trunnion brackets • Adjustable face/flange mount • Manual override PG 5 .EAGLE® LINEAR ACTUATORS FEATURES • Non-rotating drive rod • Non-backdriving • All metal gearing • Compact with electromechanical repeatability • Simple to mount.TENV. . 60 Hz. 3Ph.26A* 575V. 460 VAC and 575 VAC. 115 VAC. . easy to wire • Comparable cost to pneumatic or hydraulic systems • Equivalent in size to hydraulic or pneumatic cylinders • Operating range -40°F to +150°F STANDARD EQUIPMENT Temperature Range Ambient: -40°F to +150°F • Thermal switch in motor winding • Two independently adjustable. 3Ph. permanent split capacitor. 3Ph. gear driven position limit switches with all metal gearing • Nickel-plated drive rod • Clevis and pin on drive rod end • Weatherproof and/or Dust-Ignition proof (Class II.52A* 460V. 2.

505 dia. 2 places 3.00 14.53 dia.15) 203.38 17.56 dia.85 (365.38 2.2) Adjustable Face/Flange Mount (optional) (Viewed facing Drive Rod end of Actuator) Clevis Mount Hole 1.45 (60.4) 1.47 (189.38 2.38 11. Hole (13.44 (61.38 “T” (60.00 26.3) across corners .25 73.00 20.45 (60.18 (207.7) 2.20) 355.38 2.50 dia.8) .4) Limit switch and potentiometer compartment 2.40) 812.5) Trunnion Mount 1.0) 3.9) 9.EAGLE® LINEAR ACTUATORS DIMENSIONS 2.5) NOTES 1.45 (12.) (211. hole (14.6) .7) .C. Bracketed dimensions () are in millimeters 3.12. B.3) 4 places 4.80) 35-75 PG 6 .00 32.8) .31 + stroke ( ± .90 (251.44 (61.38 5.00) 660.75 (19) 7../sec.6) 1.4) 8.6) 4 Places 2.59 HEX (40.8) .11 (28.83) 8.502 .00 Millimeters (60.0 (25. Trunnion pins (12.1) 2.19 (208) “T” Flange Mount Slotted shaft for manual operation for limit switch adj. (108.0 2000 1500 750 500 1000 750 340 200 Weight Range (lbs.7) Adjustable trunnion or face/flange mount (optional) 1.8) .88 (12.1) 3/4 NPT conduit entrance.88 (47.88 8.25 dia. Unbracketed dimensions are in inches 2.2 0.60) 508.33 (211.8 2.00 (25.) Force (lbs. 24 30 & 36 ADJUSTABLE TRUNNION OR FACE/FLANGE “T” Adjustable Dimension Stroke 6 12 18 24 30 36 Inches 2. Clevis pin (12. at 5% duty) (lbs) 0. (12.5 dia.13 for adj.9) 2.2) 8.4 0.) Stroke (in.45 (60.) 6.41 (86.4) .25 dia.75 . . Dimensions shown with actuator fully retracted EAGLE ELECTRICAL CYLINDER PERFORMANCE 3100 Series Velocity Breakaway Running Force (in.75 (19) 8. (57.65 (92.3) 1.00 (50.56 (65. 12 18.375 (9.00 (25.7) 2.0 (25.

clevis (7100 only) trunnion or face/flange 3 1 2 PG 7 . Designed and fabricated for dependable. Upon completion of stroke. the mating nut and attached extension rod move axially. rod wiper and grease seal 3. Four tie-rod construction with guided drive nut 4. automation of material handling. electromechanical devices. TENV. Class F insulation is standard.7000 SERIES LINEAR ACTUATORS The Andco® 7000 Series linear actuators are completely self-contained. Versatile mounting. high starting torque. low inertia motor connected to a drive screw through a set of gears. High strength ground and plated extension rod 2. low inertia motor provides high breakaway forces and good positioning characteristics. 9. Anti-friction bearings 6. Heavy duty motor. the gear driven position limit switch interrupts power to the motor. 11 1. Gear driven potentiometer or encoder drives 8. When the motor rotates the drive screw. High strength alloy steel cut gears 7. If movement of the extension rod is prevented in either direction at any point in actuator travel due to an external mechanical overload. 7000 Series actuators are driven by a high starting torque. or flow control equipment. NEMA D design. long-life operation. a thrust switch will interrupt power to the motor. Thrust limit disc springs and spring limit sleeve to prevent total spring deflection 5. these actuators are used for positioning. Front end cap with bearing support.

3Ph CSA approval Class F Insulation NEMA “D” design 6 4 11 8 9 5 PG 8 . 3Ph 460V. Plated external hardware 3. A two position gear driven position limit switch for end-of-travel actuator shutoff and a set of contacts for light indication are included as standard. Non-backdriving acme screws 5. Adjustable position limit switch.7000 SERIES LINEAR ACTUATORS 10. The switch assembly will automatically shut off the actuator if the set force is exceeded. Efficient ball screws with motor brakes 6. Each position is independently adjustable and can be set anywhere within the full actuator travel. 3Ph 575V. 1Ph 230V. An adjustable thrust switch for each direction of travel is provided as standard. Permanently lubricated 4. The switch protects driven equipment from damage due to excessive forces and can also be used as a mechanism for positive seating. OTHER FEATURES 1. Electrical components are prewired and terminated inside the actuator 7 10 Temperature Range Ambient: -30°F to +120°F Motor Data 115V. Adjustable thrust limit switches. double break switch with wiping contacts feature a patented mechanism that ensures internal gear engagement after adjustment. Weatherproof or dust-ignition proof construction 2. 11. The heavy duty rotary drum.

000 6-24 50-80 6-24 45-80 6-36 55-100 6-36 50-100 6-36 50-100 6-60 85-185 6-60 6-60 100-200 100-200 120-240 6-60 7000 SERIES ACME SCREW LINEAR ACTUATORS WITH GEARBOX ASSEMBLY Model 7202S (1-Phase) 7205T 7302S (1-Phase) 7305T 7324T 74-7330T PG 9 Velocity (in.1 1.100 1.560 2.800 5.5 0.) Breakway Thrust Rating (lbs.300 2.8 4.100 1.225 875 750 460 300 215 1.050 700 455 1.130 6.0 1. Weight Range (lbs.2 2.) Approx.8 3.) 5% Duty 450 325 175 125 650 350 250 330 240 130 90 480 260 185 1.200 4.100 4.530 1.250 2.5 2.4 1.) Approx.) Running Thrust Rating (lbs.1 3.4 2.7000 SERIES LINEAR ACTUATORS 7000 SERIES ACME SCREW LINEAR ACTUATORS Model Velocity (in.8 1.000 6-36 6-36 6-60 6-48 6-48 6-60 65-110 65-110 95-190 90-160 115-205 130-250 .100 700 455 1.845 920 490 1.100 1.200 7.100 1.750 1.2 0.) 0.300 520 – – – – 25% Duty 130 95 50 35 95 50 35 260 180 100 70 – – – – – – 525 350 225 – – – – – – Stroke Range (ins.2 2.0 3.1 2.8 1.100 1.900 3.100 1.100 2.1 2.845 920 490 1.4 0. Weight Range (lbs.850 2.795 – – Stroke Range (ins.100 1.795 – – 1.000 510 370 1.8 4.) Breakway Thrust Rating (lbs.300 850 1.) 7102S (1-Phase) 7105T 7202S (1-Phase) 7205T 7210T 7310T 7317T 7324T 74-7330T 0.220 2.000 7.2 0.6 975 750 410 290 2.750 1.5 2./sec.1 1.130 4.0 1.815 1.) Running Thrust Rating (lbs.8 4.750 5.1 3.) 5% 10% 25% Duty Duty Duty 1.100 1.5 2.845 920 490 1.0 2.795 3.130 1.700 900 650 2.0 2.8 1./sec.2 2.0 1.100 1.200 10% Duty 330 240 135 90 240 135 90 330 240 130 90 460 255 180 – – – 1.075 5.5 2.7 0.

600 3. 4. The suffix T in the model number indicates a 230 or 460 VAC./sec. Weight Range (lbs.2 6.000 20.800 1. Weight Range (lbs.) Running Thrust Rating (lbs.700 4.610 1.7000 SERIES LINEAR ACTUATORS 7300 SERIES BALL SCREW LINEAR ACTUATORS Model Velocity 1.000 12.) (lbs.050 550 – – – Stroke Range (ins.900 1.) 5% 10% 25% Duty Duty Duty 12.680 1.1 4.300 1. The suffix S in the model number indicates a 115 VAC.680 1.) Approx. 60 cycle three phase.000 4.000 10.610 1. 50 cycle and 575 VAC.) 5% 10% 25% Duty Duty Duty 5. 3.680 1.4 12. The information contained herein is in effect at the time of printing and the company reserves the right to make changes.2 6.) Running Thrust Rating (lbs.) (lbs. Weight Range (lbs.400 2.000 4.050 550 2.) 4.2 6.) 5% 20% 40% Duty Duty Duty 670 460 300 230 150 80 2.050 550 3.000 42.230 1.050 550 – – – 60% Duty 670 460 300 230 150 80 2.) 2.000 11.2 1.) Approx./sec. Actuators with greater force and nonstandard strokes and velocities quoted upon request.0 2.4 12.700 1.2 5.200 1.850 920 600 320 3.850 920 600 320 1.2 6.400 6-48 110-190 6-48 110-190 6-48 110-210 6-48 120-260 7400 SERIES BALL SCREW LINEAR ACTUATORS Model 7430T 7450T Breakaway Thrust Velocity Rating (in. 380 VAC.100 4.000 6.) 7302S (1-Phase) 7310T 7317T 7324T 1.000 NOTES Stroke Range (ins.2 4.610 1.4 2.) Breakaway Thrust Rating (lbs.400 7. 5.990 1.5 12.1 4.000 16.000 7.1 3.370 890 690 450 240 7.500 12-60 12-60 275-575 275-625 1. PG 10 .850 920 600 320 2. single phase motor.4 12.) Approx.900 6.150 1. 6.2 2.000 5.0 24. 60 cycle are optional Strokes are available in 6 inch increments up to 36 inches and 12 inch increments up to 60 inches.2 Breakaway Thrust Rating (in.4 2.780 2.000 12-60 12-60 135-350 125-375 7500 SERIES BALL SCREW LINEAR ACTUATORS Model 7530T 7550T Velocity (in.550 2.500 790 670 460 300 230 150 80 2.4 12.900 Stroke Range (ins. single phase is optional.850 920 600 320 2.610 1.000 16.2 4. All stroke lengths can be adjusted downward with the position limit switch. 220 VAC. 2./sec.150 670 460 300 230 150 80 2.) Running Thrust Rating (lbs.875 940 7.100 7.680 1.

45 50.59 7.58 42.00 2.88 42.88 48.36 24" Stroke A B 48.20 74-7330T 53.82 24.14 43.88 30.88 41.30 – – – – 78.36 83.88 24.88 62.36 18" Stroke A B 42.88 66.63 48.82 57.00 H .13 1.18 5.72 8.59 M2 6.88 83.94 2.94 L 2.13 2.63 48.29 4.63 90.88 38.68 2.17 18.17 49.30 74-7330T 39.45 54.58 32.36 81.75 .88 51.17 32.30 59.14 37.88 33.88 .88 63.17 44.29 3.88 42.63 65.17 48.17 18.14 30.00 2.7000 SERIES LINEAR ACTUATORS 7000 SERIES ACME SCREW LINEAR ACTUATORS Model 7102S 7105T 7202S 7205T 7210T 7310T 7317T 7324T 6" Stroke 12" Stroke A B A B 26.63 24.18 7.63 24.58 29.58 36.88 36.88 74.88 61.58 24.68 3.58 56.88 48.500 .19 4.63 54.63 54.45 48.32 26.88 37.25 3.88 54.88 75.17 50.63 36.58 30.14 32.58 56.60 S 4.88 30.58 47.88 35.26 4.58 55.82 2.88 48.17 48.14 36.38 J 1.17 38.58 30.36 59.88 38.58 59.72 4.58 42.60 2.88 42.88 42.20 PG 11 .00 .25 .88 24.63 77.94 2.63 71.86 1.94 9.63 K 0.32 6.58 36.82 93.65 R 3.82 24.88 36.20 59.88 55.88 39.17 50.88 18.36 45.88 62.63 – 78.17 26.50 1.30 30.58 36.38 7000 SERIES ACME SCREW LINEAR ACTUATORS WITH GEARBOX ASSEMBLY Model 7102S 7205T 7302S 7305T 6" Stroke 12" Stroke A B A B 30.58 24.36 60" Stroke A B – – – – – – 86.58 42.32 38.36 24" Stroke A B 44.63 60.75 1.58 41.32 18.88 30.88 74.36 18" Stroke A B 38.32 30.17 43.58 36.00 8.58 32.88 66.17 48.88 42.32 6.36 95.36 30" Stroke A B – – – 50.00 6.45 86.88 57.17 44.58 31.45 56.88 66.30 – 36" Stroke A B – – – – 48" Stroke A B – – – – – – – – – – 66.38 F 2.88 78.88 43.20 29.58 53.375 E .32 36.60 4.14 31.88 36.88 78.20 36.18 7.82 54.58 48" Stroke A B – – – – 66.14 25.00 6.17 37.63 24.32 M1 8.36 69.19 5.53 G 1.58 60.86 6.59 7.63 0.45 44.32 24.88 66.88 67.58 35.36 42.36 107.20 42.88 78.36 30" Stroke 36" Stroke A B A B 54.25 3.82 53.40 1.00 N 1.36 48.25 2.88 83.50 D .88 60" Stroke A B – – – 91.20 71.88 49.88 87.88 79.88 18.58 48.30 29.88 30.88 71.30 Model 7102S 7105T 7202S 7205T 7210T 7310T 7317T 7324T C 2.57 6.32 44.45 32.82 51.30 36.17 56.88 47.58 36.58 30.45 24.20 30.14 24.88 47.82 63.63 53.58 42.63 54.50 2.750 1.00 .65 3.18 74-7330T 4.58 30.82 4.88 36.88 78.86 6.32 18.60 P 2.17 25.17 18.88 41.88 35.88 45.63 1.

50 1.50 4.63 4. and face flange mount dimensions see pages 14 and 15.82 4.29 4.25 3.88 .187 1.82 4.25 3.00 1.00 2.60 2. PG 12 .25 1.38 1.65 3.26 6.60 4.29 4.19 5.13 .00 2.350 Model 7102S 7205T 7302S 7305T 74-7330T C 2.50 E F G H J K L M1 12.63 .00 1.00 .7000 SERIES LINEAR ACTUATORS 7000 SERIES ACME SCREW LINEAR ACTUATORS Series 7100 7200 7300 74-7300 N1 1”-20UN 1-1/4”-20UN 1-5/8”-16UN 1-1/8”-16UN N2 1.19 5.50 1.75 .32 6.13 2.25 3.32 1. clevis.18 2.75 6.433 1.860 2.72 NOTES For trunnion.68 12.94 2.50 2. Contact Andco for certified drawings.00 3.12 1.30 M2 N P R S .00 2.75 6.18 2.30 11.75 2.72 11.06 N3 1.00 1.75 D . Dimensions are for reference only.

70 77.50 10.00 NOTES For trunnion.83 65.72 6" Stroke 12" Stroke A B A B 40.80 G 1.38 1.10 58.80 86.70 39.75 2.10 98.70 – – – – C 3.10 118. 7500 .80 23.82 4.83 57.10 92.50 106.56 3.70 46.70 46.50 88.70 71.60 58.83 53.19 1.83 27.50 48" Stroke A B 82.06 2.50 27.83 69.70 82.60 H 0.50 27.70 33.70 82.70 58.50 1.70 60" Stroke A B 98.70 70.18 2.82 4.50 64.75 24" Stroke A B 58.10 64.50 86. Contact Andco for certified drawings.000 1.50 33.70 62.50 58.70 33.70 51.250 1.50 57.70 51.50 94.10 117.80 13.40 74.40 86.25 45.70 50.7000 SERIES LINEAR ACTUATORS BALL SCREW LINEAR ACTUATORS 7000 SERIES ACMESCREW LINEAR ACTUATORS Model 7302S 7310T 7317T 7324T 7430T 7450T 7530T 7550T Model 7302S 7310T 7317T 7324T 7430T 7450T 7530T 7550T 6.63 33.70 39.10 TH 6.10 62.00 2.80 N 2.12 1.70 40.40 87.10 80.19 TC 0. Dimensions are for reference only.29 4.50 51.70 45.00 2.750 65.40 105.38 1.10 113.40 E 0.60 F 4.10 116.70 83.70 – – – – M1 12.10 86.10 56.70 69.10 98.50 52.40 93.10 70.25 3.43 1.10 101.70 56.83 41.50 74.70 57.72 51.13 14.88 – – – – D 0.60 64.70 46.50 89.80 12.00 1.00 15.60 70.50 82.50 39.75 N3 1.00 P 2.54 5.40 82. clevis.70 71. and face flange mount dimensions see pages 14 and 15.10 130.70 64.10 50.750 2.70 45.10 104.10 74.50 7.29 4.25 3.40 23.70 – – – – L 4.70 70.500 1.75 4.10 129.13 2.50 45.00 2.83 59.70 27.70 47.72 4.70 70.10 68.10 98.19 1.29 30" Stroke 36" Stroke A B A B 64.875 TG 1.50 57.00 18.19 Series 7200 7300 7400 PG 13 N1 1-1/4”-20UN 1-5/8”-16UN 2-1/8”-16UN 2-1/2”-16UN N2 1.60 K 3.13 39.50 40.20 2.82 R 4.10 74.86 2.26 6.50 69.00 18" Stroke A B 52.35 3.80 J 2.70 52.50 69.80 74.

25 26.63 26.7000 SERIES LINEAR ACTUATORS TRUNNION AND CLEVIS MOUNTING TRUNNION MOUNTING Series 7100-A 7200-A 7300-A 7300-B 7400-B 7500-B TA TB TC TD TE TF TG TH 4.88 0.50 0.50 11.00 19.87 0.50 12. 7300.00 1.25 0. PG 14 .75 4.50 38.00 14.50 26.62 42.62 72.50 13.63 16.63 25.50 6.63 6.75 4. 2.00 19.88 0.00 44.44 39.00 14.75 4.63 11.00 1.00 44.50 0.25 9.47 7.25 17.00 16.50 56.00 38.50 6.44 – – 65.62 48. 3.50 10.44 74-7300-A 12.00 25.63 31. Actuators supplied with adjustable trunnion mounting are set at the maximum dimension unless otherwise specified.25 56.53 0.63 3.00 1.00 1.00 44.66 1.56 5.50 0.62 84.25 – 31.44 NOTES 1.25 20.63 37.63 11.00 18.43 7.66 1.06 2.50 9.63 10. Trunnion brackets are optional on all models.66 1.50 20.75 4.50 0.50 17.50 13.63 13.00 28.50 10.66 1.66 0.50 0.50 32.50 0.00 21. Fixed location trunnion pins are standard on 7400 and 7500 Series actuators. An adjustable trunnion mount is standard on 7200.63 17. and 74-7300 Series actuators (optional on 7100 and 7400 Series).00 – 81.00 – – 44.00 23.00 1.63 7.00 11.63 21.25 9.75 6.50 11.25 32. For 7400 Series ball screw actuators with an adjustable trunnion mount use “T” dimension from the 7400 flange mount table.50 68.75 7.44 45.25 7.66 0.00 20.50 6.75 4.63 7.00 33.44 69.00 26.66 1.66 1.62 36.63 19.56 5.25 32.19 7.63 29.63 23.50 12.00 7.00 – – 35.63 19.56 5.00 “T” (SHOWN WITH ACTUATOR FULLY RETRACTED) Series 6" Stroke MIN MAX 12" Stroke MIN MAX 18" Stroke MIN MAX 24" Stroke MIN MAX 30" Stroke MIN MAX 36" Stroke MIN MAX 48" Stroke MIN MAX 60" Stroke MIN MAX 7100-A 7200-A 7300-A 7300-B 7400-B 7500-B 6.25 38.25 74-7300-A 0.50 10.75 4.50 0.00 42.00 – – – – – – – – – 53.00 14.25 8.00 57.62 60.19 7.00 40.50 0.00 24.53 0.00 38.87 0.00 32.00 – 25.63 13.50 32.63 3.63 17.75 4.50 TJ 7.47 TK 9.56 5.

75 24.25 4.63 12.58 25.25 53.25 41.50 3.50 0.50 5.00 55.30 4.00 0.25 4.32 3.00 – – 20.00 43.38 4.56 1.69 1.63 18.00 8.00 30.00 5.32 6.00 1.00 5.00 16.60 5.00 11.00 23.00 30" Stroke MIN MAX – 18.75 12" Stroke MIN MAX 3.00 5.00 37.00 18" Stroke MIN MAX 6.00 29.00 24" Stroke MIN MAX 12.75 29.00 4.00 12.00 40.50 46.00 2.00 0.75 6.50 1.25 24.25 19.00 74-7300-A 11.00 8.50 36.75 17.75 12.32 3.00 30.75 24.50 18.7000 SERIES LINEAR ACTUATORS FACE/FLANGE MOUNTING FACE/FLANGE MOUNTING Series 7100-A 7200-A 7300-A 74-7300-A 7300-B 7400-B FA FB FC 4.50 0.00 36. Face/flange location is set at maximum dimension unless otherwise specified.75 22.50 3.00 2.00 65.75 6.00 0.00 2.00 30.00 “T” (SHOWN WITH ACTUATOR FULLY RETRACTED) Series 7100-A 7200-A 7300-A 7300-B 7400-B 6" Stroke MIN MAX 3.00 10.25 17.00 – – 65.00 60" Stroke MIN MAX – – 64.00 40.00 2.75 48" Stroke MIN MAX – – – – 53.81 1.00 0.63 18.63 35.25 55.00 1.00 – – 36" Stroke MIN MAX – – 36.00 41.63 28.00 4. Face/flange actuator may be rotated 90° from arrangement shown.00 13.38 4.50 54.00 52.00 13.63 34.00 19.50 24.25 31.00 43.32 12. PG 15 .00 25.56 1.69 1.50 FD FE FF FG 1.00 7.00 23.00 7.00 31.81 1.00 NOTES 1.25 – 50.00 35.58 42.00 25.25 5.00 30.00 24.00 – 43.00 43.75 6.00 67.75 6.00 37. 2.00 38.

the mating drive nut and attached extension rod move axially. When the motor rotates the drive screw. The gear-driven position limit switch interrupts power to the motor upon completion of stroke. If during actuator travel some external obstacle prevents the extension rod from moving. The Series 8000 is driven by a high-starting torque motor connected to a drive screw through gearing. temperature change. PG 16 . the thrust limit switch will interrupt power to the motor.8000 SERIES LINEAR ACTUATORS ELECTRIC LINEAR ACTUATORS The Andco® Series 8000 Linear Actuator is a completely self-contained electro-mechanical device. When compressed. or material compression. The 8400 and 8500 Series Actuators contain an additional spring assembly to protect the actuator drive components from shock loads. the inherent spring load will provide automatic compensation for wear. designed and fabricated for dependable long life operation.

) 60 .500 9.300 Stroke Range (ins. PG 17 .) 0 .36 2000 1800 1200 700 4000 2500 1700 1100 – – 2000 1800 – – 4000 3275 Stroke Range (ins.6 Actuator Thrust Rating (lbs.12 0.120 0 . Weight Range (lbs.300 – – 10.3 0.6 Actuator Thrust Rating (lbs.275 6.0 Actuator Thrust Rating (lbs.) Approx.) Approx.500 – 16.000 5.275 * Actuator has motor brake as standard.50 0.36 SERIES 8300 ACME SCREW LINEAR ACTUATORS Actuator Thrust Rating (lbs. Weight Range (lbs.60 90 .) 0 .700 – – 16.) Model 8202S Model 8205T Velocity in/sec Running Breakaway Running Breakaway 0.) Approx.) Model 8302S Model 8305T Model 8310T Velocity in/sec Running Breakaway Running Breakaway Running Breakaway 0.18 0.200 SERIES 8400 BALL SCREW LINEAR ACTUATORS* Velocity in/sec 0.) Model 8417T Model 8424T Running Breakaway Running Breakaway 5075 3000 10. Weight Range (lbs.48 110 . Weight Range (lbs.23 0.5 1.60 125 .400 – 16.) 0 .60 120 .200 5.9 1.000 5.) Approx.250 SERIES 8300 BALL SCREW LINEAR ACTUATORS* Velocity in/sec 0.06 0.) 0 .8000 SERIES LINEAR ACTUATORS SERIES 8200 ACME SCREW LINEAR ACTUATORS Actuator Thrust Rating (lbs.900 13. Weight Range (lbs.200 SERIES 8400 ACME SCREW LINEAR ACTUATORS Velocity in/sec 0.) Model 8410T Model 8417T Model 8424T Running Breakaway Running Breakaway Running Breakaway 11.23 0.600 10.000 Stroke Range (ins.80 975 – – 1375 – – 2450 1425 900 4100 3000 1750 3000 2625 1650 7000 5700 3300 Stroke Range (ins.) Approx.000 – – 9.000 13.000 12.) Model 8302S Model 8305T Model 8310T Running Breakaway Running Breakaway Running Breakaway 650 – 1125 – 1600 1000 3400 2000 2900 1875 6400 3750 Stroke Range (ins.

600 – – 18.300 10.3 Actuator Thrust Rating (lbs.60 275 .8000 SERIES LINEAR ACTUATORS SERIES 8500 BALL SCREW LINEAR ACTUATORS Velocity in/sec 0.50 1. 3. single phase. Weight Range (lbs.) Model 8510T Model 8517T Model 8524T Running Breakaway Running Breakaway Running Breakaway 25. PG 18 .60 225 .625 * Actuator has motor brake as standard. Weight Range (lbs. 2.000 Stroke Range (ins.0* 1. 3 phase.000 35. one contact per position gear-driven position limit switch as standard equipment.000 51.575 SERIES 8500 BALL SCREW LINEAR ACTUATORS WITH GEARBOX Velocity in/sec 0.600 9.) 0 .15 0.9* Actuator Thrust Rating (lbs. Do not use actuators above their rated duty cycles without consulting factory.700 5.) Approx. Running forces are based on 5% duty cycle.09 0.) Approx. STANDARD MODELS 8200.000 25.000 – 70.300 Stroke Range (ins. 5. 8300. Models 8202S and 8302S are 115 VAC.350 27.) Model 8517T Model 8524T Running Breakaway Running Breakaway 9. 4. Strokes are available in 6 inch increments up to 36 inches and 12 inch increments up to 60 inches. 60HZ.800 – 50. All other models are 230/460 VAC.) 0 .300 80.200 – – 20.000 – – 41.100 – – 51.000 18.000 25. 8400 AND 8500 LINEAR ACTUATORS NOTES 1.500 12.000 24. All units are furnished with two adjustable thrust limit switches and a two position.

50 22.0 39.50 22.6 83.00 25.00 34.50 18.44 84.5 110.50 17.25 12.66 .50 17.44 48.00 40.00 0.0 33.6 59.12 40.56 1.00 1.06 4.12 26.00 27.00 23.44 36.38 13.00 28.50 12.06 11.250 6.250 6.50 12.12 28.44 48.50 12.5 62.75 6.58 13.38 0.00 11.00 46.00 9.00 22.00 14.00 29.1 42.06 8.86 6.50 6.75 7.50 22.38 1.44 72.56 5.50 6.00 0.06 10.62 33.750 8.00 25.00 26.2 27.66 .50 11.2 30.50 8.06 6.13 8424T 8410T BALL 8417T SCREW 2.00 5.00 28.00 41.50 6.00 12.12 40.00 1.26 1.00 36.00 22.62 30.5 98.26 1.500 2.00 43.6 47.00 17.50 0.86 4.50 10.00 25.12 31.1 60.0 45.00 6 12 18 24 30 36 6 12 18 24 30 36 48 60 6 12 18 24 30 36 48 6 12 18 24 30 36 48 60 6 12 18 24 30 36 48 60 6 12 18 24 30 36 48 60 6 12 18 24 30 36 48 60 20.50 12.0 51.00 17.00 20.50 12.00 — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — 6.44 54.32 8310T 8302S 8303T 8305T BALL SCREW 1.00 46.66 1.12 28.00 15.56 5.38 1.56 5.50 18.00 27.00 28.62 45.1 41.66 1.75 .000 7.00 28.44 72.00 19.PG 19 D MIN.62 35.50 10.44 42.44 60.1 48.63 .00 28.06 11.00 32.00 1.75 4.875 7.44 42.00 38.00 3.50 0.56 5.00 29.00 0.62 39.00 27.50 2.12 34.00 0.00 33.86 6.43 7.44 42.750 4.50 9.00 40.58 13.00 40.00 43.00 32.5 68.75 4.00 9.00 29.00 35.69 1.00 30.44 84.6 71.81 1.00 29.19 6.1 90.2 54.44 36.50 9.75 4.00 14.5 68.54 1.63 .56 5.1 32.44 60.00 50.00 37.750 4.00 41.06 2.75 10.50 16.58 4.00 17.44 84.500 5.00 20.50 0.44 36.50 15.00 25.5 56.75 7.00 40.00 5.60 6.50 18.44 60.00 10.00 28.25 11.06 3.86 6.50 7.86 4.50 10.75 4.00 32.06 10.00 1.5 56.00 24.00 29.44 60.50 6.00 32.06 2.00 36.00 23. MAX.5 86.00 22.52 6.66 1.00 33.44 30.00 22.00 21.00 22.5 104.1 44.00 1.00 4.00 35.2 66.00 32.81 1.75 7.44 48.00 50.2 42.50 MAX.00 1.00 25.00 — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — 5.00 0.00 12.00 32.06 3.00 20.13 0.58 6.54 1.00 30.00 33.44 54.86 — 1.0 57.00 30.00 32.50 19.66 1.5 80.44 54.66 1.5 92.19 6.5 62.06 6.00 31.00 0.1 66.2 78.44 72.50 13.52 6.50 0.44 54.00 19.50 8205T 8302S 8303T 8305T ACME SCREW 1.00 19.00 28.00 4.75 4.5 74.50 14.62 33.50 .44 6.52 6.50 19.62 45.00 0.00 13.00 25.60 6.00 35.25 6.50 0.6 65.75 8524T 8510T BALL SCREW 8517T with GEAR BOX 8524T 2.00 38.00 31.00 2.00 25.2 48.00 12.06 11.1 78.62 39.44 42.1 24.1 38.00 25.875 7.500 5.66 1.2 36.50 18.00 25.00 28.06 11.12 34.44 48.750 8.00 22.50 8.00 27.00 3.00 34.44 36.50 10.25 5.50 16.50 11.1 50.00 6.50 15.00 13.00 44.44 84.1 54.69 1.86 — — — — 6.00 25.88 10.0 69. 11.6 50.00 16.00 22.66 0.44 30.0 36.50 10.50 0.00 44.50 10.44 SERIES 8000 POSI TORK ACTUATORS MODEL DRIVE TYPE A B C 8202S 8202T 8203T ACME SCREW 1.00 37.50 14.5 5.13 8424T 8517T BALL SCREW 2.66 0.6 95.00 36.00 36.000 7.00 21.38 0.00 31.06 10.00 8310T 8417T ACME SCREW 2.75 9.5 80.44 72.25 6.00 25.00 22.00 28.00 13.38 12.50 22.00 33.6 53.00 10.52 — — — — — 1.43 7.1 26.00 0.13 0. E M1 M2 FA FB FC FD FE TA TB TC TD TE TF TG TH TJ TK STROKE "L" "F" "T" 12. MIN.00 29.5 74.00 25.88 10.

features a patented mechanism that ensures internal gear engagement after adjustment. Adjustable Torque Limit Switch. some external obstacle prevents movement. Weatherproof and/or Dust-ignition proof (Class II. including the output drive sleeve. electric mechanical devices. 4. Upon completion of travel. Anti-friction bearings throughout. 8 1 7 5 2 4 3 6 1. 7. automation of material handling or flow control equipment. Division 1 & 2. PG 20 . • Permanently lubricated. Torque limit disc springs and spring limit sleeve to prevent total spring deflection. 8. long-life operation. 3. Each position is independently adjustable and can be set anywhere within the full actuator travel. 2. these actuators are used for positioning. double break switch with wiping contacts. The motor rotates the output drive sleeve through a worm gear set and single reduction spur gearing. the torque limit switch will interrupt power to the motor. An adjustable torque switch for each direction of travel is provided as standard. 5. low-inertia motor provides high breakaway torque and good positioning characteristics. Series QR PosiTork® Actuators are driven by a high-starting torque. Heavy duty motor. NEMA D design. Groups E. Adjustable Position Limit Switch. TENV. High strength alloy steel cut gears. Other features: • Plated external hardware. • Electrical components prewired and terminated inside actuator. The switch assembly will automatically shut-off the actuator if the set torque is exceeded. A two position gear driven limit switch for end of travel actuator shut-off is included as standard. If during actuator travel. The heavy duty rotary drum. 6. Designed and fabricated for dependable. F and G). Class F insulation is standard. Non-backdriving high strength worm gear set. high-starting torque.QR & QRG SERIES ROTARY ELECTRIC ROTARY ACTUATORS The QR Series Posi-Tork® Rotary Actuators are completely self-contained. The switch protects driven equipment from damage due to excessive torque and can also be used as a mechanism for positive seating. the gear driven position limit switch interrupts power to the motor. low inertia motor.

40 0.5 11 17 18 24 34 54 PG 21 2.0 Inch Dia 3. = No.5 Inch Dia Pinion 6 12 29 58 116 174 232 290 — — — — Approximate Torque Required (ft.14 60 Force = Input Torque x (0.5 Inch Dia Pinion 11 21 53 105 209 313 417 521 625 730 834 — 50 100 250 500 1000 1500 2000 2500 3000 3500 4000 4500 Above torques are calculated assuming a 10% friction loss between the rack and pinion.G.71 1.01 1.56 5.30 3. = No.00 4.23 — 3.G.02 — 1.P. chains.36 2.19 1.0 Inch Dia Pinion 5 10 23 46 93 139 185 — — — — — 2. belts.63 0.67 — 3.0 Inch Dia 3.5 Inch Dia Pinion Pinion 0.03 — — 4."1" x( ) Dia.They neglect any effects of friction of bearings. LINEAR SPEEDS FOR RACK AND PINION GATES Actuator Output RPM 2.) 2. contact Andco Actuators. For specific application assistance or for our application brochure."1" Dia.30 4."2" ( ) N.0 Inch Dia Pinion Pinion Pinion 7 14 35 70 140 208 278 348 417 — — — 8 16 41 81 162 243 325 405 487 568 — — 10 19 47 93 186 278 371 463 556 649 741 834 4.45 — Gate Velocity (Inches/ Second) 3.85 — 1.23 — 4.68 — 1.50 0.78 — 2.40 6.4 4.77 5.) 3.52 0.5 Inch Dia 4.46 0."2" ) Dia.53 2.45 0. Driving Gear Pinion Radius (Ft) ( ) ( ) Torque (Running) = Radius x Weight (Actuator selection must be based on running torque for constant load applications) Output = Input x Torque Torque Output = Input RPM RPM ( Dia.77 5.14 4.88 1.P.73 2.12 3. of Teeth on Driving Pinion The above formulas are intended as a guide. of Teeth on Driven Gear N. (In. RACK AND PINION FORCE — TORQUE CONVERSIONS Force (lbs.76 1.53 0.0 Inch Dia Pinion 0. or gears.5 Inch Dia Pinion 0.-lbs. Torque Torque N.80 1.) x 3.13 1.QR & QRG SERIES ROTARY GENERAL APPLICATIONS Force (Lbs) Radius (Ft) Diameter "2" Driven Gear Input Torque (Ft-Lbs) Torque (Ft-Lbs) Weight (Lbs) Input RPM x Pinion Dia.20 2.62 0.15 1.9 Efficiency) Pinion Radius Input Torque = Force x (Pinion Radius/0.66 — — .47 2.8 6.24 5.2 3.59 4.9 Efficiency) Linear Velocity (In/Sec) = Output Torque (Ft-Lbs) Input Torque (Ft-Lbs) Input Torque (Ft-Lbs) Output Torque (Ft-Lbs) Diameter "1" Output = Input x N.5 10.02 3.66 2.34 — 0.44 2.92 2.56 3.51 3.5 Inch Dia Pinion — 0.35 0.0 Inch Dia Pinion — — 0.

Run — — 110 80 50 — — — 48 36 24 — — — 225 160 95 — — — 67 62 44 — — — — 225 — 160 — — — 62 — 50 Model QR2-24T B.A.A. 3 Ph.A. Run B. 60 Hz. Run B. Run 350 240 175 — — — 175 120 85 — — — — — 475 345 — — — — 220 165 — — — — 850 690 430 — — — 305 280 175 — — — — 850 600 — — — — 280 175 — — — — — — 600 — — — — — 144 2.A. Actuator Models QR2-25S and QRG2-25S are 115 VAC.QR & QRG SERIES ROTARY SERIES QR ROTARY ACTUATORS (MAXIMUM BORE 1-1/4” DIA. 2.) Model QR2-05T Model QR2-10T Model QR2-17T B. Run 80 55 40 30 17 — 38 26 19 15 10 — Actuator Output Torque Rating (ft. Actuator Weight Ranges (approximately): Series QR2: 75-90 lbs. Run B.A. PG 22 .-lbs. Series QRG2: 95-115 lbs.0 B.A.A. Run B. X 1/4” KEYWAY) Output Speed (RPM) Max* Output Rev.5 18.A. *Consult factory for applications exceeding maximum output revolutions listed. Run B.4 4. NOTES 1.— Breakaway Torque. Run — Running (Constant Load) Torque. 80 80 80 80 80 80 Model QR2-25S B. 60 Hz. 15 15 15 15 25 25 Actuator Output Torque Rating (ft-lbs. Run B. X 3/8”KEYWAY) Output Speed (RPM) Max* Output Rev. SERIES QRG ROTARY ACTUATORS (MAXIMUM BORE 1-3/4” DIA.) Model QRG2-25S Model QRG2-05T Model QRG2-10T Model QRG2-17T Model QRG2-24T B.A. For 50 Hz applications consult factory. Run — Running (Constant Load) Torque. Running torque is listed at 25% maximum duty.A.8 6.2 3. Run — — — — — 225 — — — — — 50 11 17 24 34 54 58 B.— Breakaway Torque.A.A. 1 Ph.5 10. All other models are 230/460 or 575 VAC. 3.

86 “D” 3. QR2-25S QR2-05T “A” 11.06 “B” 6.50 Model No.70 13.50 3.50 3. QR2-10T QR2-17T QR2-24T “A” 11.06 12. Contact Andco for certified drawings.50 NOTES Dimensions are for reference only.00 “D” 3.00 6.OR & ORG SERIES ROTARY QR2 SERIES STANDARD WITH OPTIONAL HANDWHEEL Model No.06 10.86 6.50 3.00 6.63 “B” 6. PG 23 .

PG 24 .00 6.06 “B” 6.63 “B” 6. QR2-10T QR2-17T QR2-24T “A” 11. QR2-25S QR2-05T “A” 11.OR & ORG SERIES ROTARY ORG2 SERIES STANDARD WITH OPTIONAL HANDWHEEL Model No.86 NOTES Dimensions are for reference only.06 10.86 6. Contact Andco for certified drawings.06 12.00 Model No.70 13.00 6.

Whenever the handwheel is operated. is supplied as standard equipment on all 7200. heat treated pins. high strength. The actuator can then be positioned manually without risk of injury in the event the motor resumes operation. a mechanical override is used to disengage the motor. ADJUSTABLE FACE/FLANGE MOUNT An adjustable. fixed location trunnion pins as standard. 7100 and 7400 actuators. MANUAL OVERRIDE A handwheel assembly with declutching mechanism is available for manual operation of the 7000. 7300 and 74-7300 actuators. 7300. malleable cast iron trunnion mount with alloy steel. 7200. The actuator will remain in manual operation until the motor is re-energized. A handwheel is not available on ball screw actuators.The 7400 and 7500 Series actuators are supplied with alloy steel. high strength.STANDARD OPTIONS CLEVIS MOUNT A cast iron clevis mount is standard on Eagle and 7100 Series actuators. malleable iron face/flange mount is available as an option on the Eagle Series. 74-7300. Heavy duty cast and machine trunnion mounting brackets are available as an option on all 7000 Series actuators. Adjustable trunnion mounting is optional on Eagle. heat treated. 8000 and rotary actuators. ADJUSTABLE TRUNNION MOUNT AND TRUNNION MOUNTING BRACKETS Adjustable. Manual override without declutching mechanism is available on the Eagle Series. and 7400 Series actuators where rigid mounting is required. The bracket will allow the actuator to pivot or can be used as a support on rigid mount applications. 7100. PG 25 .

The potentiometer provides position feedback for remote indication or when a proportional feedback signal is needed for interfacing with automatic control equipment. Two additional switches are available for intermediate positioning on the 7000 Series. GEAR DRIVEN POTENTIOMETERS A heavy duty gear driven single or dual potentiometers can be supplied as an integral component of the position limit switch.STANDARD OPTIONS EXTENSION ROD COVER The standard plate drive rod resists abrasion and corrosion. Together with the seals in the end cap. such as those requiring protection of the extension rod from dust buildup or chemical splash. rod covers are recommended. An actuator potentiometer is required when using Andco controls. ADJUSTABLE GEAR DRIVEN POSITION LIMIT SWITCH All actuators are supplied with two independently adjustable heavy duty position limit switches for end-of-travel shutoff as standard. the extension rod is a long-life component. PG 26 . 8000 Series and Rotary Models. For specific applications.

The brake is prewired and terminated in the actuator. Consult factory for specific applications. Single phase starter is also available with single phase electronic (dynamic) motor braking. SINGLE PHASE SOLID STATE REVERSING STARTER/PROGRAMMABLE CONTROLLER INTERFACE Directly drives Andco 115 VAC. SINGLE PHASE ELECTRONIC (DYNAMIC) MOTOR BRAKING Automatically applies a D. power. Accepts a contact closure as an input. single phase (directional for reversing control) – Contact closure switching characteristics: 15 VDC.C. motor voltage to the actuator motor upon shutoff of A.STANDARD OPTIONS ELECTRIC MOTOR BRAKE An electric brake option is available for all sizes of Andco actuators (standard on all ball screw actuators). 10ma. All starter components are prewired with connections terminated inside the actuator. THREE PHASE MOTOR CONTROL All 7000 Series three phase actuators can be furnished with an integral motor control that includes: – Reversing contractor – Thermal overload – Control transformer with fuse – Compartment space heater – Prewired with all connecting points terminated PG 27 . – Input power: 115 VAC. Starter includes an electrical interlock. The predictable coast of the actuator varies with velocity for each model and with the opposing load the actuator is moving. 60 Hz single phase. single phase motors. Input voltage is 115 VAC.C. The unit is not available on ball screw actuators. single phase – Output power: 115 VAC. The brake is recommended where high vibration is present or for accurate positioning applications when inertial coast is not permitted.

SEPARATELY MOUNTED OPTIONS MODEL 4100 POSITION INDICATING METER A percent-of-full-travel meter is supplied with a trim potentiometer resistor. power on indicating light. PUSHBUTTON/SELECTOR SWITCH STATION Conduit or wall mount weatherproof enclosure with a three pushbutton switch for actuator control. end-of-travel indicating lights and fused disconnect with mechanical interlock. THREE PHASE MOTOR CONTROL All 7000 Series three phase actuators can be supplied with a separately mounted motor control that includes a reversing contactor. control transformer with fuse. terminal block and connectors. factory wired and mounted in a NEMA 12 enclosure. (A two position. thermal overload. A dust-ignition proof enclosure is available as an option. The signal can be used for the following functions: • • Drive a position indicating meter A feedback or control signal for other control devices A potentiometer and compartment heater are required with the actuator. Optional equipment includes a three pushbutton station. two contact per position switch is required in the actuator). The station can also be supplied with two position indicating lights. A potentiometer is required in the actuator for feedback. POSITRAN™ TRANSMITTER This position transmitter outputs a 4-20mAdc signal proportional to actuator position. PG 28 .

STANDARD EQUIPMENT INCLUDES: • • • • • • Position Indicator Motion Indicator Power On-Off Switch with Indicator Auto/Manual Switch with Indicator Command Potentiometer with 0-100% Dial Panel Mount Enclosure Fan Motor Starter Feedback Potentiometer 115 VAC 1 Phase Feedback Potentiometer 115 VAC 1 Phase 100% pen) O 0% centage (Per Command Potentiometer 0 to 100% Dial ndi Ble te a G ng Figure 1 Current Transducer Process Control Control Signal Process Setpoint Supply Power Figure 2 PG 29 . A mode selection switch allows control with either the command potentiometer mounted on the controller face or a 4-20 mAdc (STD) 10-50 mAdc or a 1-5 VDC control signal. closed-loop. the controller can control the actuator to stay in the last position. If an imbalance exists. move to full open. DESCRIPTION The Andco Model 5100 Control is a solid state servo device capable of driving a 10 Amp inductive load. The output board is a separate plug-in module. move to full closed or switch to the command potentiometer position (specify). an electronic braking circuit is provided. For positioning accuracy. Automatically directs Actuator movement in response to a signal generated by a command potentiometer mounted to the Controller face (Figure 1) or a 4-20 mAdc. electrically isolated from the main control board. panel-mount controller for use with single phase. 10-50 mAdc or 1-5 VDC control signal (Figure 2).CONTROLS POSITION/PROCESS CONTROL REMOTE MODEL 5100 Solid-state. the maximum number of motor starts is automatically limited to 25 per minute. This circuit applies dynamic braking to the motor. normally eliminating the use of the shielded cable. Upon loss of the process command signal. The selected mode signal is compared with the signal from the actuator feedback potentiometer. motor-driven Actuators. It is designed for position or process control of an electric motor driven actuator. For protection during system imbalance. stopping the motor rotor with 20 milliseconds. the controller automatically directs actuator movement in the appropriate direction until the two signals match. An active filter is incorporated to reject electrical noise.

CONTROLS POSITION/PROCESS CONTROL REMOTE MODEL 5100 CONNECTION DIAGRAM TECHNICAL NOTES Power. 60Hz Rejection -24 dB PG 30 . single phase 115 VAC 50/60 Hz Manual Mode Input (command potentiometer) 0-1000 Ohms Auto Mode Input (control signal) 4-20 mAdc 10-50 mAdc or 1-5 VDC 0-1000 Ohms 0° to 65°C (150°F) 0-100 percent of full travel 10 Amp inductive load Feedback Input (actuator potentiometer) Temperature Range Position Indicating Meter Range Output (two triacs) OUTLINE DRAWING Active Filter.

C.C. Once the initial menu settings are chosen.C. No external meters are required. Actuators SCC10–24 VAC 24 Volt A. Setup and calibration is greatly simplified using microprocessor based technology. Calibration values are then stored in permanent non-volatile memory. applying the menu selections to actual actuator performance. Actuators Models SCC10–24 VDC 12 or 24 Volt D.ELECTRIC ACTUATOR SMART CONTROLLER MODEL: SCC10 Models SCC10–115/230 V 115 or 230 Volt A. There are no dip switches to set or trim pots to adjust.CONTROLS EASC . Setup is quick and easy using the EASC menu viewed on an LED display. the EASC performs a selfcalibration routine. even for potentiometer setup. PG 31 . Actuators EASC (MICRO-PROCESSOR BASED ANALOG CONTROLLER) The Electric Actuator Smart Controller (EASC) card provides accurate positioning control of electric motor actuators using an analog input signal.

C. Auto-jog feature. Menu selection of input/output ranges including 4-20 ma.5A @ 135 VAC resistive PG 32 Size 3-1/2 x 1-5/8 x 4 in. rotation is selected using the EASC Menu.C. isolated from the input command and output position signals and rated at: — 5 amps continuous at 115 VAC — 5 amps continuous at 230 VAC — 5 amps continuous at 24 VAC — 10 amps continuous at 24 VDC All ratings assume the EASC is mounted on the actuator base plate. no jumpers. Models only.CONTROLS EASC . 200K voltage Output: maximum load 500Ωcurrent. fuse failed. or virtually any custom range required. 10-28 VDC Ambient Temperature -40°F (with heater) to +150°F (-40°C to +65°C) Model SCC-24VAC: Model SCC-24VDC: Input Command Signal Menu selectable factory defaults: — 4-20 mAdc — 1-5 VDC — 2-10 VDC — 0-10 VDC Infinite adjustment using EASC Menu System Action or Loss of Command Signal Factory default: — Fail in last position (no movement) Additional settings available through EASC menu: — Fail open (maximum signal value) — Fail closed (minimum signal value) — Fail to a preset position Signal Impedance Input: 250 current. Models. full closed and full open. Intelligent positioning reduces motor cycling. Three relay outputs: fault. • • Dead Band Automatically set during calibration. Calibration is as simple as pressing a button.A. 50/60 Hz. (Jumper selectable) 24 VAC. 1 Phase. virtually eliminates field failures. Split Range Settable within the span range using at least 1. Robust power switching components. no need to determine rotation direction during installation. command signal loss or failure to move to position in preset time. — End of travel open — End of travel closed — Contact Ratings: 1A @ 30 VDC. Quick disconnect terminal strips facilitate fast and easy actuator maintenance and troubleshooting. Model SCC-115/230A: 115 or 230 VAC. designed specifically for actuator motors. Automatic calibration. Menu selectable fail options. — Optional on A.ELECTRIC ACTUATOR SMART CONTROLLER MODEL: SCC10 FEATURES • Onboard LED display facilitates setup and calibration using the EASC Menu Setup. • Span Adjustment SPECIFICATIONS Power Requirements Automatically set during calibration. Always wires the same.) Current sensing (over torque protection). . Output Command Signal Menu selectable factory defaults: — 4-20 mAdc — 1-5 VDC — 2-10 VDC — 0-10 VDC Infinite adjustment using EASC Menu System • • Power Output Solid state. trim pots or dip switches to adjust. Factory default at 1% of total span. 1-5 VDC. no resistors to add. (A. 2-10 VDC and 0-10 VDC. 0. • Zero Adjustment Automatically set during calibration. Models. increases motor life and extends the actuator duty. 50/60 Hz. Models Only Three dry contacts outputs: — Fault indicating loss of power.5% of total span. Additional settings available using the EASC Menu System.5 VDC or 3mA of input.C. Constantly corrects and refines the positioning accuracy.C. Standard on D. 500 voltage Relay Outputs . factory set to 1% of total span. • • • • Sensitivity Fully adjustable from 0.

• Electronic overload protection with built-in current monitoring. All operating parameters can be set from the communications center over the bus. • Dynamic breaking eliminates overshooting. virtually eliminates field failures. outputs and communication channel.C. Models DPC-100 12 or 24 Volt D. Actuators Models DPC-120 115 Volt A. • No deadband eliminates need for field adjustments.0 x 1. designed specifically for actuator motors. Actuators SPECIFICATIONS Power Supply DPC-100: 24/12 VDC DPC-120: 120 VAC Relative Humidity 0 to 90% non-condensing Dimensions DPC-100: 4.5 x 2. • On line configuration of 36 operational arameters using generic Profibus software. • Low power consumption. PG 33 .CONTROLS PROFIBUS® DP APPLICATION Protocol: Profibus® DP (Distributed Process) For on/off or positioning control of motorized valves. Up to 126 actuated valves can be controlled on a single network.75 x 3. DPC-120: 4. The automatic calibration feature requires no loop tuning.1% Temperature -40°C to +70°C (-40°F to +158°F) Profibus® DP is a registered trademark of the Profibus Trade Organization. Communication Interface Profibus® Standard Protocol Profibus DP (Distributed Process) ® The DPC-100 & DPC-120 provide the following status and fault signals: Valve full closed Valve full open Percentage of open Valve seeking position Motor running Valve closing Valve opening Motor thermostat tripped Incomplete travel Valve opening or closing manually Valve jammed/current limiting Motor still energized after stop or end of travel Controller self-test (detects problems) Communication failure Average running current load Peak running current load Idle current load Feedback Potentiometer 1000 Ohms/Optical Encoder Position Input Accuracy 1.0% full scale standard.75 in. • Automatic calibration cuts down on start up time.C.25 x 1. FEATURES • Two wire control reduces installation and start up time compared to multi-cable wiring. • LED indicators for input. it also serves as the vital intelligence link between PLC’s in the control room and the actuators in the field. • Automatic calibration with local pushbutton or remote command. Maximum 0. does not require ventilation.5 in. • Robust power switching components.

Command and end-of-travel verification alarm. Belden 3082A or 3083A Belden 3084A or 3085A Max.640 ft. status inputs and diagnostic alarm. Hardware Specifications Supply Power: Operating Temperature: Storage Temperature: Humidity: Solid State Outputs: Digital Inputs: Analog Inputs: Processor: RAM: Flash: EEPROM: 2W @ 24 VDC -20°C – 70°C -40°C – 80°C 90% Non Condensing (2) Isolated 600 VAC 15A (8) Dry Contacts (2) Channels (see below) Temic 89C51CC01 1K 32K 32K • • • • • Models DNET115 115 Volt A. 0-8 bytes Trunkline/Dropline 5-Conductor cable (2 for power. Provides instantaneous motor reversal protection. Input/Output Listing Digital Input Status: Bit 0 Communication Loss Bit 1 Reserved Bit 2 Loss of Position Signal Bit 3 Motor Stall Bit 4 Limit Calibration Incorrect Bit 5 Thermostat Trip Bit 6 Manual Operation Bit 7-15 Reserved Digital Output Command: Bit 0 Open Command Bit 1 Close Command Bit 2 Stop Command Bit 3 ESD Command Bit 4-7 Future Environmental Temperature Range: Storage: -40°C to +90°C Operating: -20°C to +80°C Humidity Range: 5% to 95% at 25°C non-condensing Vibration: IEC 6B-2-6 1G @ 40-50 Hz. ‘stay put’. FEATURES • Provides open/stop/close or positioning control with limit switch status feedback. bus network. 0 to 5 V or 0-20 mA input for AI1 1-5 K Potentiometer for the Position Feedback. 1% of FS.0 port. Not currently. drop length is 20 ft. 2% of FS. Serial Interfaces One CAN 2. Module Supports DeviceNet™ Group 2 Slave. at 125 Kbps. Easy-to-see LED indicators for all control outputs. or ‘go closed’. Conforms to ODVA standards. 2 for communication. a DeviceNet™ system is used with the Allen-Bradley PLC5 and SLC series of programmable logic controllers. 0.C. but expected in future revisions of specifications. DeviceNet€™ is a trademark of the Open DeviceNet Vendor Association. Typically. PG 34 . and 1 for ground). DeviceNet™ is a type of communication network that allows up to 63 field devices to be linked together with a singe five-conductor cable. non-proprietary. A standard DeviceNet™ Scanner interface is available for both types. Devices in the field are connected via a drop line to a 5 conductor trunk-line that is then routed to the scanner card.012p-p @ 10-40 Hz. DeviceNet™ is a product of Allen-Bradley and is an open..CONTROLS DEVICE NET™ APPLICATION For on/off or positioning control of motorized valves. Network Communication Protocols SPECIFICATIONS Technical Summary of DeviceNet™ Network Size: Network Length: Data Packets: Bus Topology: Cable: Thick Trunk Lines: Thin Drop Lines: Drop Lines: Repeaters: Up to 64 nodes (including scanner) Up to 1. ESD functions for ‘go open’. with cumulative drop length of 512 ft. Actuators Analog Inputs Specification Resolution: Accuracy: Linearity: Temperature Drift: Range: 10bit 1% of FS.

75 in) 70 mm (2. SPECIFICATIONS Actuator Voltage Current Fuse Supervisory Voltage Current Auxiliary Inputs Voltage Current Communication Standard Distance Input Load Termination Position Resolution Accuracy Potentiometer Quadrature Optical Encoder Environment Temperature Relative Humidity Dimensions Length Width Height 120/240 VAC 1ø 4A (2 minute 25% duty-cycle) GMA 4 replaceable 10 to 25 VDC 30 mA @ 24 VDC 120/240 VAC min 10 mA/max 20 mA Modbus®-RS485 differential 500m (1. • Robust communication. Controller outputs can drive small electric motors or motor starters directly. Automatic calibration is provided which requires no loop tuning. A Modbus®-485 communication network allows up to 100 devices on a single channel. configurable as limit switches or force open/close signals. • 4-120/240 VAC inputs for open & closed limit switches and 2 general purpose inputs. FEATURES • High resolution position input for up to 0.75 in) 36 mm (1. • Automatic calibration using local push button or remote command. Liquid flow control. • Simple 4-wire Modbus®-485 communication network includes supervisory power. • Direct mounting within the actuator.40 in) ModBus® is a registered trademark of Gould Inc. TYPICAL APPLICATIONS • • • Blending of bulk materials. Feedback may be via a potentiometer or a quadrature optical encoder. Typical devices include rotary and linear actuators.1% full scale 1000 typical (500 to 10kΩ) 1000 to 4096 pulses • Low power consumption. up to 500m cable length. outputs and communication channel.CONTROLS MODBUS® APPLICATION This application specific controller. • Electronic overload protection with built-in current monitoring optional. • LED indicators on inputs.640 ft. • Pluggable terminal strips for easy field installation. -40°C to +70°C (-40°F to +158°F) 0 to 95% non-condensing 96 mm (3.) 12K ohm. • Multi-vendor PLC support through the standard Modbus® communication module. does not require ventilation. Level control for maintaining process supply. PG 35 . All operating parameters can be set as registers in the Modbus® communications map. • High power outputs can directly drive small motors. standard 120 balanced line 12 bit (1 part in 4096) 0. designed for positioning electric actuators using rotary feedback.1% accuracy. Powered by 24 VDC and provides four supervisory inputs.

Reference is made to the included data tables whenever this information is required. Andco. please contact our Sales Office or Area Representative for assistance. PG 36 . The high starting torque is essential because more power is required to start an object in motion as opposed to keeping it in motion. At high starting torque. Low inertia results in good positioning and stopping characteristics. Several applications are illustrated with descriptions of operation. accepts no liability whatsoever with respect to the information. IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR ANY PARTICULAR PURPOSE. DISCLAIMER The information contained in this catalog is provided merely as a service to assist User in understanding Andco’s products and their possible application to User’s requirements. diagrams and formulas provided herein and EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMS ANY AND ALL EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES INCLUDING. To use this Guide. low inertia electric motor is standard. constructed and tested with the intent of providing long and reliable service. definitions of terminology. however. HOW TO USE THIS APPLICATION GUIDE The Andco Actuator Application Guide will assist you in the proper application and selection of our actuators. All components are designed. find the section that best typifies your application and follow the step-by-step methods and instructions that appear on the particular page. If you should encounter any difficulty or have an application that does not appear in this Guide. formulas to find required forces or torques and descriptive examples.APPLICATION GUIDE INTRODUCTION All Andco actuators are self-contained electro-mechanical machines with built in switches for control and protection. Please also note that Andco reserves the right to amend or delete the information at any time without being required to give notice to any other party. BUT NOT LIMITED TO.

BAf = 1500 lbs x 0.6 sec/stroke x 2 strokes/cycle = 7. LIFTING AND LOWERING Legend W BAf Rf a weight of object being moved (lbs) required breakaway force (lbs) required running force (lbs) acceleration factor (Table 3) Reference Tables on Page 45. Example A linear actuator is to lift a carriage (75 lbs) that supports a crankshaft (50 lbs).2 sec/cycle x 250 cycles/hour = 1800 sec/hour Duty cycle = (1800 sec/hour ÷ 3600 sec/hour) x 100% = 50% duty PG 37 . Formulas BAf = W (lbs) x a = _______ lbs Rf = W (lbs) =_______ lbs Duty cycle = Running time (sec)/Hour 3600 sec/hour x 100% = ______% APPLICATION NOTES 1.4 = 175 lbs Rf = 125 lbs. The linear velocity should be 10 in/sec with an actuator stroke length of 36 inches.08 x 1.2* = 144 lbs Rf = 1500 lbs x 0. BAf = 125 lbs. Determine the actuator forces and duty at a rate of 250 crankshafts per hour. For lifting or constant load applications select the actuator according to running load requirements.2 sec/cycle 7. Running time = 36 inch stroke ÷10 inch/sec = 3. safety door that is supported on ball bearings.05 = 75 lbs * Acceleration factor based on velocity of 3.5 in/sec or less. Formulas BAf = W (lbs) x μ1 x a = _______ lbs Rf = W (lbs) x μ3 =_______ lbs Example Determine the force required to move a 1500 lb. x 1.GENERAL APPLICATIONS LINEAR APPLICATIONS PUSHING AND PULLING Legend μ1 & μ3 W BAf Rf a coefficients of starting (μ1) and running friction (μ3)(Table1) weight of object being moved (lbs) required breakaway force (lbs) required running force (lbs) acceleration factor (Table 3) Reference Tables on Page 45.

93 (ft) (Table 4) = 4129 lbs = 3440 lbs Reference Tables on Page 45. A d Stroke B W d B Fig. * Acceleration factor based on velocity of 3. BAf = Rf = 4 ft x 800 lbs x 1. Determine the necessary actuator forces.GENERAL APPLICATIONS LEVER AND MOMENT ARMS d B W Fig. B = 4 ft.2* 0. PG 38 .93 (ft) (Table 4) 4 ft x 800 lbs 0. W = 800 lbs and∝° = 30°.5 in/sec or less. C W Fig. B Formulas BAf = Rf = B (ft) x W (lbs) x a d (ft) B (ft) x W (lbs) d (ft) = ________ lbs = ________ lbs Legend W weight of object being moved (lbs) B distance from pivot point to center of weight of the object being moved (ft) d effective lever arm length (Table 4) BAf required breakaway force (lbs) Rf required running force (lbs) a acceleration factor (Table 3) Example From Fig C: If the actuator stoke is 6 inches. APPLICATION NOTES 1. For lifting or constant load applications select the actuator according to running load requirements.

2 (gate under a conveyor) Formulas “h” factor from Larger of A or B x H1 = dimensions Table 2 = ________ ft W2 material weight on gate blade (lbs) (Table 2) W3 gate weight (lbs) (Table 2) a acceleration factor (Table 3) μ2 &μ4 coefficients of starting (μ2) and running (μ4) friction between the material in the hopper and the gate blade (Table 2) μ1 &μ3 coefficients of starting (μ1) and running (μ3) friction between the gate blade and the gate guides. The gate blade is made of 1 inch thick steel supported on steel rollers. the friction is lower and the required force is reduced proportionally as the gate opens. Select actuator according to breakaway force requirements.0. * Acceleration factor based on velocity of 3.10] = 900 lbs 1. To move the gate. W2 = 3 ft x 3 ft x (3 ft x 4. type of gate guide (steel plate. material being handled. APPLICATION NOTES 1. Fig 2 If the actual material above the gate blade is less than the calculated value of “H1” use the actual height in feet.75) x 40 lbs/ft3 = 5130 lbs W3 = 3 ft x 3 ft x (1in/12 ins/ft) x 490 lbs/ft = 368 lbs BAf = [(5130 lbs x 0. etc.2* = 2960 lbs Rf = (5130 lbs x .) Legend "H1" "H1" B A A length of gate opening (ft) (also actuator travel) B width of gate opening (ft) H1 effective height of material on the gate blade (ft).15)] x 1.32) + ((5130 lbs + 368 lbs) x 0. For rack and pinion slide gates use above forces.75 Reference Tables on Page 45. (Table 1) Baf required breakaway force (lbs) Rf (avg) average required running force (lbs) Fig 1 Material in a hopper will start to bridge or support itself a certain height (H1) above the gate blade. W2 = A (ft) x B (ft) x H1 (ft) x W1 (lbs/ft3) (material in the hopper) = ________ lbs W3 = A (ft) x B (ft) x Gate thickness (ft) x 490 (lbs/ft3) (steel) = ________ lbs BAf = Rf (avg) = [(W2 lbs x μ2) + ((W2 lbs + W3 lbs) x μ1)] x a (W2 lbs x μ4) + [(W2 lbs + W3 lbs) x μ3] 1.75 = ________ lbs = ________ lbs Example Find the force required to operate a 3 foot square slide gate underneath a fully loaded 50 ft high storage hopper of grain. rollers. 2. Once moving. See Figure 1 and 2 W1 average material specific weight (lbs/ft) (Table 2) Fig.2) + [(5130 lbs + 368 lbs) x 0. PG 39 . Required Information: Dimensions A and B. effective height of material on the gate blade “H1”.5 in/sec or less. the material weight on the gate is reduced. 1 (fully loaded hopper) Fig. static friction must be overcome (μ1 and μ2). To find H1 use the “h” factor from Table 2 and the formula as referenced.GENERAL APPLICATIONS SLIDE GATES Gate Operation: The maximum force required to operate a slide gate occurs when opening from a fully closed position with material resting on the gate blade.

50 APPLICATION NOTES 1. B = 6 ft x 0. PG 40 . Rf = BAf = [W2 lbs (if applicable) + W3 lbs] x (cg) (ft) d (ft) Rf (lbs) x a = ________ lbs = ________ lbs Example Find the force required to move a 6 ft. G = 6 ft. Dimensions A and B must be found.2* = 3403 lbs * Acceleration factor based on velocity of 3. Required Information: Dimensions C. If the gate is non-symmetrical use the larger of the two angles for Ø°.87 = 5. A = G x (SIN Ø°) = _______ ft B = G x (COS Ø°) = _______ ft Formulas A ft A ft x B ft x C ft W2 = x W1 (lbs/ft3) = ________ lbs 2 2 W3 = C (ft) x G (ft) x total gate plate thickness (ft) x 490 (lbs/ft3) = ________ lbs cg = (2 plates are often used) Ø° SIN Ø° COS Ø° 15° 0. The total angular travel is 60° (30° from the vertical centerline). long by 4 ft. Select actuator according to running force requirements.22 ft W2 = 3 ft x 5.5 in/sec or less.71 0.GENERAL APPLICATIONS DIVERTER GATES Legend C A Vertical Centerline G cg Ø° B A projected length of gate opening (ft) (measured from vertical centerline) B projected height of gate (ft) (measured from horizontal centerline) C width of gate (ft) cg assumed center of gravity of the gate (ft) d effective lever arm length (ft) (Table 4) Horizontal Centerline G length of gate (ft) Ø° maximum angular travel of the gate from the vertical center line (degrees) α° total angular travel (degrees) W1 average material specific weight (lbs/ft3) (Table 2) d Gate Operation: • A diverter gate will produce a torque at the gate shaft directed away form the vertical centerline.87 45° 60° 0.71 0.375 (inch) x 2 plates] 12 (in/ft ) x 490 (lbs/ft3) = 735 lbs BAf = 2836 lbs x 1. Ø° = 30°. Due to space given requirements the actuator stroke should be 18 inch (max).3 ft = 2836 lbs W3 = (4 ft x 6 ft) x [(0.5 = 3 ft. Given: C = 4 ft.97 30° 0. W1 = 55 lbs/ft3 Calculations: A = 6 ft x 0. Torque (ft-lbs) (operating) = actuator force (lbs) x effective lever arm (ft) (d) Reference Tables on Page 45.5 ft 1.87 0. 2.22 ft x 4 ft x 55 lbs/ft3 = 1723 lbs 2 Rf = (1723 lbs + 735 lbs) x 1. Torque (ft-lbs) (gate) = total weight (lbs) (W2 + W3) x distance (ft) (A/2) W2 assumed material weight hitting the gate (lbs). G and angular travel Ø°. The gate is fabricated from 2-3/8 inch steel plates.50 0. (Not used if gate is moved when no material is flowing) W3 gate weight (lbs) a acceleration factor (Table 3) Rf required running force (lbs) BAf required breakaway force (lbs) • To move the gate back toward the centerline a torque must be produced by the actuator through a lever arm that will exceed the gate torque. wide diverter gate through a moving stream of coal.26 0.

*See legend if dimensions are not known.5). W3 gate weight (lbs). B. static friction (μ2) must be overcome. See Figure 1 and 2 R radius of gate (ft).5) = 3 ft.0) x 45 (lbs/ft3) = 5760 lbs W3 = 750 lbs. W2 = 4 ft x 4 ft x ( 4 ft x 2.5) + 750 lbs] x 3 ft 2.9) Fig 2 (Partially Filled Gates) Clamshell Gate Undercut Gate R d A B 30° Undercut Gate with an Angled Chute (Use "H1" x . APPLICATION NOTES 1. the coefficient of friction is lower and the required force is reduced proportionally as the gate opens. gate weight (W3) and approximate material height above the gate blade “H1”.GENERAL APPLICATIONS CLAM SHELL OR UNDERCUT GATES Gate Operation: The maximum force required to operate a clam shell and undercut gates occur when opening from a fully closed position when material is resting on the gate blade. [A ft x B ft x H1 ft ] x W1 (lbs/ft3) = ______ lbs = ______lbs Rf(avg) = Example Determine the actuator force required to open a 4 ft. The total weight of the gate is 750 lbs.75) + 750 lbs ] x 3 ft x 1. To find “H1” use the “h” factor from Table 2. (Table 2) a acceleration factor (Table 3) = ______lbs Baf required breakaway force (lbs) Rf (avg) average required running force (lbs) Fig 1 Material in a hopper will start to bridge or support itself a certain height (H1) above the gate blade. d = 4 ft/1. Once moving.2 2. Rf (avg) = * Acceleration factor based on velocity of 3. square coal refuse clam shell gate. the material weight on the gate is reduced.75 ft = 8650 lbs = 2950 lbs Reference Tables on Page 45. Legend A length of gate opening (ft) B width of gate opening (ft) d effective length of lever arm (ft) (If specific dimension is not known use length of gate “A”/1.11 ft [(5760 lbs x 0.. To move the gate. If specific dimension is not known use (A/2 x 1. Select actuator according to breakaway force requirements. No other dimensions are known.87) H1 H1 Fig 1 (Fully Loaded Hopper) H1 effective height of material on the gate blade (ft). d* and R. R = (4 ft/2 x 1. Fig 2 If the actual material above the gate blade is less than the calculated value of “H1” use the actual height in feet.11 ft BAf = [(5760 lbs x .5 in/sec or less. and the formula. Formulas H1= W2 = BAf = [Larger of A or B] x [“h” factor 2from] Table dimensions [(W2 lbs x μ2) + W3 lbs ] x R (ft) x a d (ft) [(W2 x μ4) + W3 lbs] x R (ft) d(ft) x 1. PG 41 . Required Information: Dimensions A.* material being handled.11 ft x 1.9 = 2. μ2 & μ4 coefficients of starting (μ2) and running (μ4) friction between the material in the hopper and the gate blade.75 W1 average material specific weight (lbs/ft3) (Table 2) = ______ ft W2 material weight on gate blade (lbs).

Total damper rotation is 90°. Torque (ft-lbs) = torque (in-lbs) = ______ ft/lbs 12 (in/ft) Force (lbs) = Example Determine the torque required to tightly close a parallel blade shut-off louver damper in a boiler flue gas duct 4 ft.GENERAL APPLICATIONS LOUVER DAMPER d Opposed Blade C B Opposed blade louver dampers: Typically used for gas or air flow control. Edges of adjacent blades usually overlap or contact seating bars or angles when damper is full closed.75 ft) effective lever arm length is used.75 ft PG 42 . wide by 6 ft.75 ft Force (lbs) = 744 ft/lbs 0. The damper has 4 blades and requires the closed blade edges to contact each other with a pressure of 4 lbs/in to obtain satisfactory gas shut off. Torque (ft/lbs) = 8928 in/lbs 12 in/ft = 744 ft/lbs. boilers. A B C d N R width of damper. or length of blade (in) height of damper opening (in) total half blade width (in) (see formula) effective length of lever arm (ft) Table 4 number of blades contact pressure rate for blade to blade sealing (lbs/lineal inch) Reference Tables on Page 45. Formulas C (in) = Shut off Damper closure torque (in-lbs) B (inches) 2 x (N) = ________ inches 2 = [ A (in) x C (in) x R (lbs/in) x (N + 1)] + 2 [C (in) x R (lbs/in) x N] = ________ in/lbs * Control damper operating torque (in-lbs) = 75 [ 0. number of blades. Legend Parallel Blade A APPLICATION NOTES 1. Effects of high gas temperatures are not included in above formulas. Applications include baghouses. precipitators and scrubbers. high. Determine the force required if a 9 inch (. Required Information: Damper size. For control damper select actuator according to running torque or force requirements. blade size. 3.025 x A (in) x B (in)]2 = ________ in-lbs (A (in) x N) torque (ft/lbs) = ______lbs d (ft ) *Operating torque is based on 3600 feet per minute gas velocity. Parallel blade louver dampers: Used mainly for isolation or shut-off. For isolation or shut-off dampers select actuator according to breakaway torque or force requirements. Effective lever arm (ft) = = 992 lbs 9 in 12 in/ft = 0. C= 6 ft x 12 in/ft (2 x 4 blades) Shut off Damper closure torque (in/lbs) = 9 inches = [(4 ft x 12 (in/ft)) x 9 in x 4 (lbs/in) x (4 blades + 1)] + 2 [9 in x 4 (lbs/in) x 4 blades] = 8928 in-lbs. 2.

GENERAL APPLICATIONS ROTARY APPLICATIONS PULLEYS AND SPROCKETS Formulas Radius (ft) Radius = Diameter (in) 2 = ______ in.5 (in) travel/10 seconds operating time = 6.lbs) Radius (ft) of Weight (a) Acceleration factor (Table 3) = ______ft/lbs Breakaway = pulley or sprocket x (lbs) x Torque belt/pulley or sprocket/chain efficiency Running = Torque Actuator = RPM radius (ft) of Weight pulley or sprocket x (lbs) belt/pulley or sprocket/chain efficiency Velocity (in/sec) x 60 (sec/min) pitch dia. vertical door though a chain and 6 inch dia. For lifting or constant load applications select the actuator according to running load requirements. Reference Tables on Page 45.14 = ______ft/lbs = ______RPM Weight (lbs) Example A rotary actuator is required to operate a 500 lb. 2 3 (in) radius 12 (in/ft) = 0. (in) x 3. Radius of sprocket = Radius of sprocket = 6 (in) dia. Radius = radius (in) 12 (in-ft) = ______ft Torque (ft .85 efficiency 0. PG 43 .25 ft = 3 inch Breakaway Torque = 0.25 (ft) x 500 (lbs) x 1.85 efficiency = 147 ft/lbs Torque = Linear Velocity= Actuator RPM = 6.25 (ft) x 500 lbs 0.5 (in/sec) x 60 (sec/min) 6 (in) dia. sprocket x 3.5 in/sec 6.4 (ft) = 206 ft/lbs 0. The door travel is 65 inches and should close in approximately 10 sec. What actuator torque and RPM is required? Assume and efficiency of 85% between the chain and sprocket. sprocket.14 = 21 RPM APPLICATION NOTES 1.

5 (in/sec) x 60 (sec/min) 2 (in) pitch dia.14 = 24 RPM APPLICATION NOTES For each rack and pinion slide gates find: 1. of teeth on pinion Diametral pitch Pitch dia.9 efficiency [ ] Actuator RPM = 2. = 1 inch Pitch Radius = 2 1 (in) pitch radius = 0.5 ins/sec using a 2 inch pitch dia. of Output = Revolutions Actuator Force x = (lbs) Torque Total Travel (in) Pitch dia.083 ft = 148 ft/lbs Actuator Torque = 1600 lbs x 0. = = ______RPM = ______in/sec Act.083 ft Pitch Radius = 12 (in/ft) 0. (in) x 3. (in) x 3. (in) x 3. of breakaway force. 2 (in) pitch dia. x 3. Find the actuator torque and RPM required to obtain a minimum linear velocity of 2.GENERAL APPLICATIONS RACK AND PINION GATES Formulas Pitch dia. = No. Pinion pitch diameter Reference Tables on Page 45. RPM 60 (sec/min) No.14 = ______revs [ Pitch radius (ft) 0.(in) 2 Pitch Radius (in) 12 (in/ft) Velocity (in/sec) x 60 (sec/min) pitch dia. Force required to operate the gate 2. PG 44 .14 = ______in = ______in = ______ft Rack Pitch Diameter Force (lbs) Pinion Pitch Radius = Pitch Radius = Actuator Torque (ft -lbs) Pitch Radius (ft) Actuator = RPM VEL.14 x Pitch dia.9 ] = ______ft-lbs (Assumed efficiency between Rack and Pinion Gears) Example A 18 inch x 18 inch slide gate is found to require 1600 lbs. pinion.

7 48.6-0.2 See Table 1 0.25 2.7 0.0 4.2 Symmetrical Mounting Full Retract Actuator / Stroke Effective Force Actuator Force (lbs.2 0.93 11.95 0.4 Specific Weights “W1” (lbs/ft3) 40-45 45-50 95-100 80-95 55-60 45-55 25-35 40-50 125-180 80-90 125-140 90-110 110-125 80-90 490 120-130 10-30 Column Height Factor “h” 3.43 6.3 0.6 0.41 1.8 23.73 1.6 to 6.50-0.73 2.30 .55-0.1 to 3.5 Angle Ø° Force Factor 5° 0.2 0.4 0.33 115.87 75° 0.0 .50 8.) TABLE 4 Angle 6” Stroke 12” Stroke a d’ D” d’ D” 30° 45° 60° 90° .08 0.97 90° 1.5 18.5 48” Stroke 60” Stroke d’ D” d’ D” 7.87 12.3 0.75 3.0 4.ENGINEERING TABLES TABLE 1 Guide Type Ball Bearings Steel Rollers Bronze Steel Coefficient of Friction Between Steel Plate and Various Type Guides Dry Lubricated Starting (μ1) Running (μ3) Starting (μ1) Running (μ3) – – 0.15-0.0 25.55-0.8 – – 0.9 9.0 2.5 4.55 0.60 7.6-0.02 2.46 2.3 0.26 30° 0.55-0.3 0.00 46.7 0.) Acceleration Factor (a) 0.2 5.0 33.2-0.4-0.55-0. Torque (ft/lbs) = Effective lever arm (ft) x actuator force (lbs) Force Required (lbs) = Torque (ft/lbs) ÷ Effective lever arm (ft) Angle 30” Stroke 36” Stroke a d’ D” d’ D” 30° 45° 60° 90° 4.6 .5 5.4-0.35-0.65 0.7 62.5-0.60 1.5 47.0 21.15 0.83 3.4 Non-Symmetrical Mounting Retract Position Actuator Stroke 12.09 15° 0.50 69.71 60° 0.20 0.3 0.75-0.62 2.45 See Table 1 0.25 58.5 – 8.17 1.81 1.4 0.0 2.2 TABLE 2 Material Ash (fly) Ash (wet) (coal refuse) Cement (portland) Cement (clinker) Coal (anthracite) Coal (bituminous) Coke Grain Iron Ore Limestone (crushed) Rock (crushed) Sand (dry) Sand (damp) Slag (blast furnace) Steel Taconite Wood chips Coefficient of Friction Between Steel Plate and Various Materials Starting (μ2) Running (μ4) 0.3 0.25 4.7 .0 .8 .3 6.5 0.0 4.4 1.0 12.) Angle ° (Total Rotation) Torque (ft-lbs) Produced at Shaft "d" Full Extend 3. For non-symmetrical mounting the angle Ø° will change as the actuator moves through its travel.50 42.80 1.10 0.6 0.3 to 25.4 0.5 4.3 0.2 0.45 0.0 17.2 1.0 36.4 24.50 45° 0.75 34.33 60.0 2.8 0.46 4.32-0.65-0.5 TABLE 3 Velocity (in/sec.15 0.04 78.6-0.67 3.2 1.6 0.40 0.21 15.25 0.5 Extend Position Effective Lever Arm (ft.4 PG 45 .60 3.5 1.75-0.4 4.5 3.87 23.05 0.0 1.9 6.5 3.2 30.65 0.4 0.0 3.55-0.2-0.3 0.65 0.0 Effective force (lbs) = Actuator force (lbs) x force factor Effective lever arm (ft) = Actual length arm (ft) x force factor NOTES 1.65 0.0 3.2 1.4 to 12.) at Maximum Angle Angle ° (Retracted) Angle ° (Extended) "D" Actual Lever Arm Length (in.00 92.00 18” Stroke 24” Stroke d’ D” d’ D” 2.3 0.4 31.55 0.0 39. The angle Ø° is formed between the actuator drive rod centerline and the lever arm axis.7 3.

4912 = __________psi Millimeters/25.P. Simultaneous Control of Multiple Actuators – Actuators can be run simultaneously if operated from a common control.14. whereas the torque or force ratings remain the same. (in2) = _______lbs. x 5250 = ________ft. HYDRAULIC AND PNEUMATIC CYLINDER FORCES Force (extend) = Pressure (psi) x Area of Bore Dia. Force (retract) = Pressure (psi) x Area of Bore Dia. 3. For any temperatures below -60°F.14. π = 3. (60 HZ speed x 0. Class F motor insulation should be used for ambient temperatures above 40°C. the velocity or output RPM will be 1/6th less than at 60 HZ. 2.APPLICATION NOTES 1. Always specify if an actuator is going to be run at 50 cycle. R = Radius (in) Circumference of a Circle = π D.4 = _________inches Kilogram x 2. Operation at 50 Cycle – When an actuator is operated at 50 HZ.21 = _________lbs (force) PG 46 .4335 = _________psi Inches of Mercury x 0. π = 3. (in2) . (in2) = _______lbs. D = Diameter (in) Torque = H.83 = _______ 50 HZ speed). 4. Cylinder Velocity = 231 x Flow Rate (GPM) = ____________ (in/sec) 60 x Area (in2) OTHER FORMULAS AND CONVERSIONS Area of Circle = πR2 = __________(in2).Area of Rod Dia. (approx. and above).03613 = __________psi Feet of Water x 0. Temperature Limits – Actuators can be supplied for ambient temperatures up to 200°F. please specify. 100°F) and for installations in high altitudes (3300 ft. and above 150°F. Motor Insulation – Class B insulation is supplied as standard. Class F motor insulation should be used.-lbs RPM Inches of Water (Water Column) x 0.

Typically a process signal (4-20 ma dc. starch. benzol. proposane acetone. Breakaway Force – The starting or initial force required to produce motion. lacquer solvent vapors. etc. hexane. A common unit of measurement is pounds per square inch (psi). Differential Pressure (Δ p) – The difference in pressure between two locations within a system. Captured within the grooves are recirculating ball bearings.DEFINITION OF TERMS Acceleration Factor – Acceleration is rate of velocity change with respect to time. etc. to maintain a desired process level. Atmospheres containing grain. or flour dust. Coefficient of Running Friction .) is supplied to Andco Controller that will signal the final control element (Andco Actuator) to move an appropriate amount for positioning a valve. Duty Cycle – Actual operating time of actuator as compared to off time during a one hour time period. This feature serves as an impact type device which aides in starting an object in motion. Atmospheres containing metal dust. Center of Gravity – The point of an object about which it will balance. butane.A factor of resistance to movement between two contacting surfaces that have motion between them. The efficiency is very high allowing actuators to run at high duties and high velocities. Class I Class II Division I Division II Group A Group B Group C Group D Group E Group F Group G Flammable vapors and gases. Atmospheres containing acetylene.) for the purpose of controlling a valve. the center of gravity is sometimes referred to as the center of weight. however it should only be applied as a momentary force. alcohol. Duty cycle = Actual Running Time (sec. damper. hydrogen sulfide and others. gas fibers or dust in sufficient quantity to cause an explosion or fire. (See No Lost Motion). etc. natural gas and others. Hazard is present under normal conditions. Atmospheres containing gasoline. benzine. division and group). Breakaway Torque – Same context as above except torque implies rotation. A recommended Acceleration Factor is given in Table 3. This is sometimes referred to as a LOST MOTION DEVICE. (Specify class. The hammerblow effect will be encountered every time the actuator is reversed (QR &QRG Series Actuators are supplied with the hammerblow feature as standard). damper. Ball Screw Drive – An actuator drive screw and nut with matching helical grooves running between them. Atmospheres containing hydrogen and others. Andco Actuators are designed to have optimum efficiency while still having self-locking features in the back drive mode. An Andco Actuator can develop its full breakaway thrust at any point in travel. Hazard is present under abnormal conditions. ethylene. Coefficient of Starting Friction – A factor of resistance to movement between two contacting surfaces at rest. (Higher velocity higher acceleration factor) Acme Screw Drive – Type of actuator drive that has a rotating drive screw with a mating drive nut that moves axially along the length of the screw. Closed Loop Control – Automatic measuring of a process medium (temperature. Hazardous Location – An area containing explosive or flammable vapor. Atmospheres containing carbon black. pressure. Sliding contact exists between the nut and screw. Atmospheres containing carbon monoxide. In this manual. naphtha. (See Tables 1 and 2). (See Tables 1 and 2). etc.) 3600 Seconds/Hour x 100%= _______% Hammerblow – An actuator feature that permits the motor to attain full speed before the actuator output drive sleeve begins to move the load. Combustible dust. current. PG 47 Class II Class I . Actuator acceleration occurs from the time an object is initially placed in motion until full speed (velocity) is obtained. coke or coal dust.

(See Differential Pressure. modulating control) the output drive should engage with a minimum amount of free play upon reversal. Torque will tend to produce rotation about the pivot point. The relay will open the circuit if excessive current is present for a certain period of time. The transformer reduces the high voltage to a 115 VAC (nominal) control voltage (secondary) which acts as a control circuit voltage supply. The main contacts carry the three phase (primary) voltage supply.e. acme screw drives that are subject to high vibration causing the motor shaft to rotate and the actuator to creep. Control Transformer – Connected across any two of the high voltage (primary) power leads. For a three phase reversing motor three contacts are used for each direction of rotation. if the extend and retract pushbuttons were pushed at the same time only one direction would energize. mixing or blending of materials). No Lost Motion Drive – For applications that require frequent reversals or incremental movement (i. full open or full close positions. selector or actuator limit switches that will activate or deactivate the 115 Volt coil to open or close the main contacts of the starter.e.) Motor Starter – A device that controls and protects a motor. PG 48 . (i. Torque – The product of force and perpendicular distance from a pivot point. The controlled mechanism is not subject to constant regulation (i.) Specific Weight – Weight per unit volume of a particular material (lbs/ft3). Pressure Drop – Another term for differential pressure. Mechanical Interlock – Prevents opposite rotation main power contacts from being energized at the same time (i..) Overload Relay – Connected between the main power contacts and the actuator motor.) On-Off Duty (Control) – Actuator will move to either full extend or full retract. The individual components that normally are supplied with a starter are described below: Contactor – The main power contacts of the starter.e.. Motor Brake – An electro-mechanical device that will prevent motor rotation when the actuator is de-energized. Also contained in the control circuit are secondary fuses and a mechanical interlock. Brakes are used on actuators to hold position under load. Control Circuit – The low voltage (secondary) circuit that contains any pushbutton. The actual actuator running time should be less than 5%. Moment Arm – Perpendicular distance (l) from the center of gravity to the pivot point (A). (Specify No Lost Motion) (See Hammerblow.e.DEFINITION OF TERMS Modulating Service: Continuous Modulating Actuator Service– Frequent or at times continuous incremental movement. The primary contacts are opened and closed by means of auxiliary contacts that are activated from a 115 Volt (nominal coil). Actuators that are part of closed loop process control should be rated for continuous modulating service Intermittent Modulating Actuator Service – Frequent incremental movement for limited periods of time. ball screw drives. (See Table 2).

Motor brake 10. d. Motor brake d. Rod cover g.P. Ambient temperature if below -30° F or above 120°F 6. Potentiometer(s) or encoder c. Desired options: a. Motor insulation c. Separately mounted options a. Motor voltage. Desired mounting (clevis. DeviceNet™ e. Additional position limit switches or contacts b. Electric Actuator Smart Control (EASC) c. Positran Transmitter b. Desired stroke (inches) 4. 4100 Position Indicator b.ANDCO ORDERING INFORMATION WHEN ORDERING OR REQUESTING A QUOTATION PLEASE SPECIFY THE FOLLOWING: 1. frequency and phase b. Single or Three Phase Motor Control h. ModBus® 11. Desired breakaway and running force (pounds) 2. Motor space heater 7. 5100 Remote Position/Process Control PG 49 . Desired velocity (inches/second) 3. Limit switch compartment heater d. Handwheel f. Motor heater e. Power and control voltage and other relevant electrical specifications: a. trunnion or face/flange) 9. Profibus® D. Enclosure (weatherproof or dust-ignition proof) 8. Desired duty 5. Internal Controls: a.

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