Wiring for K Series 120V Electric Actuator with Modulating Positioner Board

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This is the wiring instructions for the K Series 120V electric actuator with Modulating Positioner Board

wiring diagram can be found on our website or if needed on the inside of the actuator cover.

Safety First: Make sure all power is off.

To access the terminal strip remove the 4 screws from the cover.

Wire your control signal as follows: Positive on 1, Negative on 2- Make sure the control signal is powered and sending a signal to the unit.

Now wire your supply power to the unit. Neutral on 3, Hot on 4.

You can now turn on the supply power to the actuator. The unit will then move to the corresponding control signal that is being sent to the unit.

Control Signal Feedback is available.  To confirm Actuator position, wire your control signal feedback as follows:  Positive on 5 and negative on 6

To engage the manual override, disconnect power, remove the black override connection cap,  remove the crank handle, insert crank handle into the override fitting and slowly turn to the desired position.

If you have any questions in wiring your K Series 120V electric actuator please call 1-800899-0553

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