Wiring V4 and NV Modulating Electric Actuators

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This is the wiring instructions for the V4 (formally EV) and NV Actuator with T1 Modulating Positioner Board AC and DC edition

The V4 and NV Modulating Electric Actuators by Assured Automation offer a low cost, easy to use operator for your quarter turn control valve applications.

Safety First: Make sure all power is off. A wiring diagram can be found on our website, or if needed, on the inside cover of the actuator.

To access the terminal strip, remove the black indicator cap by pulling upward. Remove the exposed screw with a Phillips-head screw driver and pull the cover off of the base.

It is very important to follow the wiring sequence in this order: wire your control signal before you wire your supply power. Wire your control signal as follows: put the positive on Number 6 and the negative on Number 8. Make sure the control signal is powered and sending signal to the unit.

Now wire your supply power to the unit. For AC units, put the neutral on Number 1 and the hot on number 2. For DC units, put the positive DC on Number 1 and the negative DC on Number 2. The unit will do a self-test, which will take 3 seconds. The unit will then move to the corresponding control signal that is being sent to the unit.

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Sales and heads IT Operations at Assured Automation, a leading provider of automated valves and flow components for industrial process control applications. For over 20 years Assured Automation has provided state of the art automation to a diverse clientele ranging from small equipment manufacturers to the Fortune 500 Manufacturing, Chemical and Pharmaceutical Companies. The Assured Automation product line consists of a complete offering of standardized automated valve assemblies with a variety of commonly used accessory items. In addition, we offer complete valve automation services where we supply special automated valve assemblies designed around your specified products or your particular applications. Full design capabilities are offered including AutoCAD, Solidworks or other commonly used design and drawing programs. In addition to standard products, Assured Automation develops customized solutions for specific customer challenges. Mike is also Sales and heads IT Operations at Flows.com . You can find Mike on Google+ and LinkedIn or email mikef@assuredautomation.com .
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