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    Trane VAV

    I'm looking for the stroke time on a Trane VAV. VSED2430. Any help would be appreciated.

    My comfortsite log in is not wokring.

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    This may not be current but the last job I did with Trane VAVs they used Belimo operators. Typical stroke time was 35 secs. If it is a Belimo, they have all their tech. docs. on their website.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jburchstead View Post
    This may not be current but the last job I did with Trane VAVs they used Belimo operators. Typical stroke time was 35 secs. If it is a Belimo, they have all their tech. docs. on their website.
    These are the older VAV's with the spline drive plug valves. Vintage "D".....1989.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ascj View Post
    These are the older VAV's with the spline drive plug valves. Vintage "D".....1989.
    I remember seeing those, but in that vintage i was dealing with spring rates and not stroke times...sorry. I don't think Trane was real big in to controls back then. They used a lot of Honeywell or JCI if my memory serves me correctly.

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    6 minutes
    I STARTED WITH NOTHING, AND I STILL HAVE MOST OF IT!

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    Quote Originally Posted by allstar08 View Post
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    Thanks, that's what I thought it was.

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    6 min stroke time is correct

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    It does have a 4-6 minute stroke time. Keep in mind when you hook it back into the contol system its going to calibrate the vav, which can take up to 30 minutes.

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    I know you don't need me to chime in on this, but it's 6 minutes.

    Also, make sure you have the right RPM on the motor, I know there are at least two different versions; 300 RPM and 600 RPM. There may be more. I'm sure you can imagine what kinds of problems having the incorrect motor would cause.
    "There is no greater inequality than the equal treatment of unequals."

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    Quote Originally Posted by allstar08 View Post
    6 minutes
    +1 (6 minutes).

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    i always replace the stroke switches along with the motor 300 or 600 rpm. the motors go bad when the gears shred on the shaft.

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