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Electric rotary actuators drive components rotationally via electromagnetic power from a motor. They typically provide control and indexing capabilities to allow multiple position stops along strokes. The rotational element for electric rotary actuators can be either a circular shaft or a table. Circular shafts often include keyways while tables provide a bolt pattern for mounting other components. Both single and double shafts are available. Important dimensions include shaft or table diameter and shaft length or table height. The length of the shaft is measured from the body of the actuator. The table height or thickness does not include the actuator body. With some electric rotary actuators, the angle can be adjusted via screws or other stop adjustments. With other devices, the angle can be adjusted on both ends of the angular stroke. Special features include cushioning to soften stops, position feedback devices such as encoders and potentiometers, and magnetic bands that can be read by a switch.

Damper Actuators include Electronic Control Actuators, Pneumatic Control Actuators and Fire and Smoke Actuators. These are quickly installed; built in damper position indication and in electronic fuse link capability to cut power to the actuator at specified temperature, consume less power and compact footprint fits internal mount in smallest damper. Applications include Mixing Box Dampers, Unit Ventilators, Outside Air Dampers, Exhaust Air Dampers, Return Air Dampers and Vortex Fans.

The electronic has a motor drive that provides torque to operate a valve. Electronic actuators are frequently used on multi-turn valves such as gate or globe valves. With the addition of a quarter-turn gearbox, they can be utilized on ball, plug, or other quarter-turn valves. Valve Actuators optimize the performance of ovens and dryers. Without modern valve systems, there would be no fresh pure water or automatic heat in your home. There would be no public utilities, and beyond wood and coal, almost no energy of any kind.

Actuator solenoids are manufactured out of stainless steel, in order to withstand corrosion and harsh environments, where contaminants might destroy the structure of the valve. The Actuator solenoid holds a magnetic solenoid tube, which is a cylindrical coil of insulated wires that produce magnetic fields when they are energized correctly. The solenoid valves, like other similar, standard valves, can either be single-threaded, 2-way threaded, 3-way threaded or 4-way threaded, referring to the number of inputs and outputs (entrances and exits) the valves have. The Actuator solenoid utility can be employed in all HVAC systems, although its most common appliance is in commercial, military aerospace equipments and for power generators.

DC Linear Actuators, are used in just about any application where you need to move or lift something. Traditional DC linear actuators employ two field windings, one mounted on a slotted iron stator and the second on the sliding rotor. The trailing leads can be avoided by replacing the moving winding with a set of high-field permanent magnets. In this way a very simple and low cost PM DC linear actuator with slotless armature and permanent magnet slider is obtained.

In addition to the winding distributed over the working length,two coils are placed at the ends of the actuator.