How does an AUMA actuator work?

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How does an AUMA actuator work?

AUMA actuators The basic function of AUMA actuators is the same across all products. The gearing is driven by an electric motor. The torque applied at the gearing output is transmitted to the valve via a standardised mechanical interface. A control unit within the actuator records travel and monitors torque applied.

What is the function of limit switch?

In electrical engineering, a limit switch is a switch operated by the motion of a machine part or the presence of an object. A limit switch can be used for controlling machinery as part of a control system, as a safety interlock, or as a counter enumerating objects passing a point.

What is use of actuator?

An actuator is a device that uses a form of power to convert a control signal into mechanical motion. From electric door locks in automobiles, to ailerons on aircraft, actuators are all around us.

What is Auma multi-turn actuator?

A multi-turn actuator is an actuator which transmits torque to a valve for at least one full revolution. It is capable of withstanding thrust. AUMA multi-turn actuators SA 07.2 – SA 16.2/SAR 07.2 – SAR 16.2 are driven by an electric motor and are capable of withstanding thrust in combination with output drive type A.

What is the SAR number of actuator?

Actuator controls AM 01.1/AM 02.1 75 SA 07.2 – SA 16.2 /SAR 07.2 – SAR 16.2 AM 01.1/AM 02.1 Spare parts Please state device type and our order number (see name plate) when ordering spare parts.

What is the SAR code for hazardous materials?

SA 07.2 – SA 16.2 /SAR 07.2 – SAR 16.2 Safety instructions AM 01.1/AM 02.1 Indicates an imminently hazardous situation with a high level of risk.

What are the parts of SA without output drive?

Base of SA without output drive type A Indicator glass for mechanical position indicator 1) Space required for removal Version for non rising stem Protection tube for rising valve stem 1) 2) Handwheel shaft Version4): double sealed SA 07.2 – SA 14.6/SAR 07.2 – SAR 14.6

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