Electric Cast Iron Ball Valve

Modulating Electrically Actuated 3 Way Ball Valve Cast Iron Flanged PN16

E4915 Modulating Electric Cast Iron 3 Way Ball Valve Flanged PN16 and J3C-S Actuator with DPS pre-installed

Overview: Electrically actuated modulating full bore cast iron ball valve, 3 way, ends flanged PN16,

Function: J3C-S DPS smart modulating electric actuators are designed to move proportional to an input control signal with power applied continuously. They provide an output signal as standard. Fails to pre-set position on loss of control signal, stays put on loss of external power.

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Sizing Criteria:
J3CS Electrical modulating actuators have been sized on a maximum pressure wet service

Available L port or T port.
Can be configured to stay put, fail open, or fail closed on loss of control signal.
Stays put on loss of external power.
Max +130C service using a mounting kit.

Part NumberE4915S
JJ Electric Actuator Type J3CS Overview
Supply Voltage Range24-240V AC or DC
Power Light Yes
Actuator Status LightYes, multi-colour LED
Fault Status LightYes, Flashing multi-colour LED
Electrical ConnectionExternal Din plugs (Supplied)
Ingress ProtectionIP67 Fully weatherproof
Anti-condensation ProtectionThermostatic heater supplied
Ambient Temperature range-20C to +70C
Over Torque ProtectionElectronic torque limiter
Emergency Hand OperationYes, selectable manual overrride
Visual Position IndicatorYes, dome style, mechanically driven
End of Travel ConfirmationYes, 2 volt free SPDT micro-switches
Cast Iron 3 Way Ball Valve Overview
Bore SizeFull bore
End ConnectionsPN16
Body MaterialCast Iron
Ball MaterialBrass with stainless steel option
Seat MaterialRPTFE
Seal MaterialPTFE
Pressure Rating16 Bar
Temperature Rating-20C to +130C
J3CS DPS Modulating System Demonstration
J3CS Manual Override Demonstration
J3CS Electronic Torque Limiter Demonstration
J3CS Actuator Automatic Factory Test Procedure

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