CP-8391-716 Electronic Actuator Drive Schneider Electric
Invensys CP-8391-716 Input Electric Actuator Drive, 4-20 mA DC, 120/240VAC, mounts directly to gear train actuators
Electronic actuator drive is used to provide proportional control of an electric gear train actuator from a variable milliamp DC signal from a controller.
Range: Factory set at 4 to 20 mAdc. Field adjustable to accept ranges such as 2 thru 7, 2 thru 12, 7 thru 12, 4 thru 12, 12 thru 20 mAdc.
Span: Factory set at 16 mAdc. Field adjustable 4 to 16 mAdc.
Start Point: Factory set at 4 mAdc. Field adjustable from 2 to 16 mAdc.
Impedance: 250 ohms for constant current output controllers. Other impedances can be obtained by adding series or parallel resistors for controllers without a constant current output.
Grounding: Either or both input wires grounded will not cause damage.
Maximum: 40 mAdc.
Series Operation: A common controller connected in series with two actuator drives will control each drive independently of the other.
Hysteresis: Factory set for 3 to 5% of 16 mA span. Hysteresis is the difference between the input signal which will rotate the actuator shaft one way and the level which will drive it the other way.
Linerity: 0.15% of actuator rotation.
Power Requirements: 120 or 240 Vac, +10%, with fixed input signal offset of +1% maximum. 24 Vac units not available.
Power Consumption: 3.5 VA at 120 or 240 Vac, 50 or 60 Hz.
Ambient Temperature Limits: -13 to 140° F(-25 to 60°C).
Connections: Color coded pigtail leads.
Mounting: Directly to actuator. Upright position preferred, but other positions are acceptable.
Dimensions: 4-5/8″ high x 4-1/16″ wide x 2-1/2″ deep (117 mm x 103 mm x 63 mm).