Belimo or T.A.C. actuator that uses this type Of Coupling Puictured
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    Belimo or T.A.C. actuator that uses this type Of Coupling Puictured

    Hello:
    What number in the Belimo Actuator Part Number
    Will specify the Type of direct coupling pictured in the
    Attachment
    We are operating over 45 Belimo valves and
    the Actuator must have
    The same type of coupling pictured in the
    above Attachments
    What type of Direct Coupling is this called

    I need to reorder
    24 Volt A.C.
    Manual Override
    Spring Return
    133 Lb Torque
    2-10 V.D.C. control signal

    Thank you


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    You can download the PDF of Belimo parts and match up what you think you need. You could also call Beilmo, they are popular.
    D.

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    Quote Originally Posted by techservices View Post
    Hello:
    What number in the Belimo Actuator Part Number
    Will specify the Type of direct coupling pictured in the
    Attachment
    We are operating over 45 Belimo valves and
    the Actuator must have
    The same type of coupling pictured in the
    above Attachments
    What type of Direct Coupling is this called

    I need to reorder
    24 Volt A.C.
    Manual Override
    Spring Return
    133 Lb Torque
    2-10 V.D.C. control signal

    Thank you


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    A=133 in-lb, F= spring return, 24=24 vac/dc, SR=2-10vdc
    Per the nomenclature I'm looking at but I could be way off. I've been trying to learn more about these for personal knowledge and ease in ordering. There are so many lol. The pdf have is 400+ pages. If you can't find it I can email it to you.

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    Last edited by hvac wiz 79; 12-21-2012 at 11:12 PM.

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    Good afternoon,

    I can help with any questions -

    The product you are referring to is an AFB24-SR

    Please contact me with any questions

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    As a reference I work for belimo -

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    Riffdav what is the "B"?

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    We have a "b" for basic and a "x" for customized...( longer whip etc)

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    Oh ok. Thank you

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    Quote Originally Posted by Riffdav View Post
    Good afternoon,

    I can help with any questions -

    The product you are referring to is an AFB24-SR

    Please contact me with any questions
    Don't you still need an adapter, due to the shorter length of the actuator? Also, what about the connection the OP pictured........I don't see a V clamp in the OP picture?

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    Depending on the application and valve these are on yes there will be a potential linkage.

    Please call 1-800-543-9038 and a belimo rep can determine based on the application which linkage is needed.

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    SR is spring return

    njfranco

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    I think Belimo is the best ive used very easy to work with.

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    Quote Originally Posted by njfranco View Post
    SR is spring return

    njfranco
    F = spring return ... the SR is the control. With SR being 2-10vdc

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