Motor driven rate valve series M 3531 C
Dosing range: from 10 gCl2/h up to 15 kgCl2/h
Electronicaly controlled electromotive rate valve is designed for accurate feed of gas chlorine into the water.
- 4 –20 mA proportional control input
- V-notch precision rate valve
- Modbus communication
- High quality stepper motor
- 5-point valve calibration
- Led indication of the valve position
- Manual or automatic control
Electronically controlled motor driven rate valve is designed for accurate feed of chlorine gas and other technical gases into water.
Made of high quality materials,resistant to high concentrationsof aggressive gases. Built-in seals are made of fluorinated hydrocarbons (FKM, PTFE), materials resistant to aggressive gases.
Manual control over integrated keyboard and full manual control over top handwheel; automatic control over current or voltage input and via digital communications.
Fault signal is visible through the user interface or via a digital output.
The non-linearity of the valve can be repaired by software in five points.
Built-in security feature: In case of power loss the valve has a battery backup that closes or opens the valve.
It also allows completely mechanical handling in case of power loss.
Dosing range( X)* : (in g/h)
1 up to 12
2 up to 25
3 up to 100
4 up to 200
5 up to 500
6 up to 1000
7 up to 2000
8 up to 4000
9 up to 10000
15 up to 15000
Resolution : 0,5% capacity
Vacuum (up to 15m):
2 kg/h – d8/d10 - 3/8''
4 kg/h – d8/d10 - 3/8''
10 kg/h – d12/d16 - 5/8''
15 kg/h – d20 - 3/4''
For larger vacuum lines, see table: Chlorine vacuum line size requirements
0 .. 4 – 20 mA ( internal resistance 100 Ω )
0 .. 2 – 10 V (internal resistance 100 KΩ )
Valve position= Analog input value
Electrical function:Internal supply digital input
Maximum voltage: 24 V
Maximum current: 1 mA
Signal “1” at 10 V
Signal “0” at 4 V
Contact normally closed =in operation
Contact open = Valve failure
Voltage: 22 VDC
Current output: 4 – 20 mA
Analog output value = Valve position
Analog output value < 3,6 mA or >21,6 mA indicating valve failure.
Electrical function:Potential-free contact
Maximum voltage: 30 VDC or 24 VAC +10%
Maximum current: 200 mA
Function: Valve failure (contact is open or closed via software)
Valve power supply: 24 VDC nominal, 20 - 30 VDC
Maximum consumption: 6W