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Z

SND - Q RANGE
DQ

NON-INTRUSIVE
INTELLECTUALIZED ELECTRIC
ACTUATORS

OPERATION
INSTRUCTION

CHANGZHOU POWER STATION AUXILIARY EQUIPMENT WORKS Ltd.


CONTENT PAGE

1. GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF ACTUATOR 1

2. MAIN TECHNICAL PARAMETERS 1

3. REPRESENTATION OF TYPE 2

4. GENERAL SAFETY DESCRIPTIONS 2

5. TRANSPORTATION AND STORAGE 3

6. INSTALLATION AND CONNECTION 3

6.1 ASSEMBLY BETWEEN ACTUATOR AND VALVE 3

6.2 ELECTRIACAL WIRING 4

7. MANUAL AND ELECTRIC OPERATION 5

7.1 MANUAL OPERATION 5

7.2 ELECTRIC OPERATION 5

7.3 LOCAL/REMOTE OPERATION 6

7.4 SITE VALVE POSITION INDICATION 6

7.4.1 OPERATION INTERFACE 6

7.4.2 DISPLAY OF VALVE OPEN AND CLOSE 7

8. SETTING AND COMMISSIONING OF PARAMETERS 7

8.1 SETTING AND COMMISSIONING METHODS OF PARAMETERS 7

8.2 ENTERING PAGE LAYOUT OF OPTION SETTING 8

8.3 SETTING OF PARAMETERS 8

8.3.1 SETTING OF TRAVEL PARAMETERS 8

8.3.1.1 SETTING OF CLOSING TRAVEL LIMIT 9

8.3.1.2 SETTING OF OPENING TRAVEL LIMIT 9

8.3.2 SETTING OF OPENING PROPORTION, AND 420mA ANALOG SIGNAL 10

8.3.3 SETTING OF TORQUE PARAMETERS 10

8.3.3.1 SETTING OF TORQUE VALUE IN CLOSING DIRECTION 10

8.3.3.2 SETTING OF TORQUE VALUE IN OPENING DIRECTION 11

8.3.4 SETTING OF REMOTE CONTROL MODE 11

8.3.5 SETTING OF DOUBLE SPEED CONFIG (SLOW CLOSING) 12

8.3.5.1SETTING OF START POINT OF DOUBLE SPEED CONFIG (SLOW CLOING) 13

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8.3.5.2 SETTING OF DUTY FACTOR OF DOUBLE SPEED CONFIG (SLOW CLOING) 13

8.3.6 SETTING OF MID POSITION 13

8.3.7 OPTION OF LANGUAGE 15

8.3.8 SETTING OF PASSWORD CONFIG 15

8.3.9 EMERGENT SELF-HOLD 16

8.3.10 SETTING OF MODBUS 17

8.3.11 PARAMETERS INTERROGATING 18

9. INFRARED SETTING TOOL (RC-01) 19

9.1 INTRODUTION OF FUNCTION KEYS 19

9.2 USAGE 19

9.3 SETTING AND ADJUSTING OF PARAMETERS 20

10. FIELDBUS CONTROL 20

11. MAINTENANCE AND TROUBLESHOOTING 20

11.1 MAINTENANCE 20

11.2 TROUBLE DISPLAY AND TROUBLESHOOTING 21

12. SCHEMATIC CIRCUIT DIAGRAM AND WIRING DIAGRAM 22

APPENDIX:

APPENDIX (A) Sctruture sketch drawing 24

APPENDIX (B) Overall size and connection dimensions of SND-Z Range 25

APPENDIX (C) Overall size and connection dimensions features and

main technical parameters of SND-Q range 28

APPENDIX (D) Main technical Parameters, Overall size and connection dimensions of SND-DQ 30

APPENDIX (E) Technical Parameters Table of SND-Z 33

APPENDIX (F ) Communication protocol of MODBUS for SND Range 34

APPENDIX (G) Communication protocol of PROFIBUSDP for SND Range 36

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1. GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF ACTUATOR
CHANGZHOU-SCHNEIDER (abr. as SND) non-intrusive intellectualized electric actuators are designed
with introduced technology from Schneider and developed by cooperation. These mechanic-electronic
products have been integrated advanced multi-control technologies such as absolute coding technology,
sensor technology, bus-mastering technology, infrared remote control technology, LED, magnetic control
switch and advanced manufacturing technology.
SND Range products are units to control the operation of final control element (e.g. valves) in open control
system. Among the rest, SND actuators of Range Z are used for the control of globe valve, gate valve,
throttle valve, water gate and etc. And SND actuators of Range Q and DQ are used for the control of ball
valve, butterfly valve, and damper etc.

FEATURES OF ACTUATORS
Non-intrusive design is audio-visual and easy to adjust.
Measurement of position and torque is accurate and
reliable.
Provided with speed-changeable and slow closing
functions
Comprehensive data recording
Self-diagnostic and self-adapting functions
Automatic phase-rotation-corrective function
Trouble-diagnostic function in operation
Functions of network transmission
Overheat-protection for electric motor
Transient reverse protection
Capable to carry out valve closing at high speed
Capable to compensate valve seating at high temperature
Enclosure protection of IP68 (4 meter below water surface
for 68 hours)
Fig 1 Provided with two series products of normal model and
flame-proof model
Small in size, light in weight and extensive in speed range

2. MAIN TECHNICAL PARAMETERS


1) Power supply: 380 V, 50 Hz
Optional: 380~660 V, 50 or 60 Hz, specified when ordering
2) Service environment
(1) Environmental temperature: -20~60; Optional: -40~ +70
(2) Relative humidity: 90% (+25)
(3) Enclosure protection: IP68 (4 meter below water surface for 68 hours)
(4) Flameproof specification: Exd , ExdibBT4 and ExdibCT4. The ExdibCT4 is for special order.
(5) Flameproof mark: Exd , ExdibBT4 and ExdibCT4, for hazardous zone with Class B ~C
explosive gases of temperature groups T1~T4.
3) The motor is of short time duty. Rated operating time is 15 min. Insulation: Class F

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3. REPRESENTATION OF TYPE

B means Flame-proof specifications


Common specifications without letters
Output speedr/min
Connection modeT is thrust modeI is power station mode
Normal torque mode without letters
Output torque10N m
Type of productZ means multi-turn; and Q or DQ means part-turn
Designation of product

4. GENERAL SAFETY DESCRIPTIONS


This manual instruction is guidance for users to install commission and inspect the actuators of SND
Range correctly. Users shall read this manual carefully and thoroughly before operating.

Warning: Installation, commissioning and maintenance of valve must be performed by


qualified personnel and inspected by quality inspector of speciality.

Safety rule for electrical connection, mechanical installation and maintenance of actuator shall be
accordance with the regulation and requirement specified by local authority and your factory as well as the
service condition and relevant technical data included in this manual. Meanwhile, the operator shall use
proper protective articles (such as glasses, fatigue dress and gloves), use proper tools, lifting and
transportation facilities.

Warning: If the electric actuator need be installed in dangerous gas area, you must check
whether flame-proof classification indicated in the name plate is conformed to the
environment.

In hazardous zone, live electricity conductor or heat conductor is forbidden to contact the electric actuator.
Repair and maintenance shall be performed after the actuator is cut off power supply, disassembled from
the valve and transferred to non-hazardous zone unless this is done under a special permit to work.

Warning: Maximum temperature of motor surface may reach 135.

We ensure consumers a quality guarantee to every electric actuator we delivered. The expiration of quality
guarantee is one year since the date when the first consumer installed it, or 18 months since the delivering.
Between both guarantee expirations, the one of which the closing date comes first is valid.
Warranty void if misused, incorrect assembled, corroded, and modification or repair without authorization,
as well as for the products or parts provided by other manufacturers. We should charge customers normally
for maintenance service due to improper installation, operation and maintenance.

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5. TRANSPORTATION AND STORAGE
l Solid package is used for the transportation of electric actuators till the site of installation.
l Before delivering electric actuators are perfect and each unit is appended with test report and
conformity certificate. It is necessary to handle appropriately during transportation to hold the perfect
performance of actuators.
l Enclosure protection class of the actuator is IP68 and this enclosure can be kept only under correct
storing and site installation /connection.
l If the electric actuator is not installed shortly on receipt of it, it shall be kept in dry environment and
placed on wooden board with dustproof measure.
l If the actuator is stored outdoor, it shall be properly protected. It shall be prevented from damage due
to weather changing (covered with waterproof canvas or similar stuffs). The actuator should be placed
on wooden board or platform off the ground to avoid touching the ground directly.

6. INSTALLATION AND CONNECTION


6.1 ASSEMBLY BETWEEN ACTUATOR AND VALVE
l Before assembly, it is necessary to check if output shaft and
flange of the actuator is fit to the valve. A clearance of 1~2 Correct lifting
mm in axial direction should be provided between the
three-claw output shaft of the actuator and the passive shaft.
Joint surfaces of actuator and valve should be cleaned.
l During assembly, to lift the actuator with feasible rope. It is
not permitted to lift the actuator and its assemblies by tying
them.
l Ensure that the actuator is aligned with the valve. Avoid
knock and vibration. Any application of other forces is not
permitted.
l Fastening bolts (with spring washers) connecting actuator and
valve shall be of strength level 8.8 at least. They shall be
tightened evenly and in diagonal sequence.
Fig 2

6.1.1 Assembly of thrust base


The actuator of thrust mode is a combination of a thrust attachment and an actuator of torque mode as
shown in Fig 3. Before assembling with valve, users or suppliers in package should machine the valve
stem nut according to the parameters of the stem.
Loosen the crew, remove the attachment and take
out the nut. When reassembling, pay attention
to sealing and prevent the missing or damage of
O-ring. Maximum thrust force the actuators of
thrust mode could stand and maximum stem
diameter shall not be above relevant
specifications, or may result in parts damage.
Fig 3

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6.2 ELECTRIACAL WIRING
Before wiring, check if the voltage of power supply is conformed to the voltage indicated in name plate of
electric actuator. When wiring or commissioning, need to open the cover of the terminal chamber only.
Terminals are round plug and round socket style.

Fig 4 Fig 5
Loosen the four screws fixed on the cover with a hexagonal socket (Allen) wrench of 6 mm and then pull
out the terminal plug (see Fig 4).
Back off the gland nut on the cover; take out the steel plug in seal ring. Then put in the metal washer and
turn the gland nut on (see Fig 5).

Caution: Do not lever off the cover with screwdriver. Levering off with screwdriver will
damage O-ring and the certificated flame-proof joint surfaces.

Prompt: Cables with diameter of 15 mm or 19 mm is allowed to lead through the seal


ring.

Fig 6 Fig 7
Remove the terminal plug off the cover as shown in Fig 6 and connect to power supply and wire the
control line, insert the leads of cable into pins of terminal plug and then tighten screws to lock wiring ends
according to the schematic circuit diagram and wiring diagram presented in Chapter 12 of this manual.
Turn the terminal plug tight on the cover of terminal chamber and then plug it into the sockets on the
actuator, meanwhile pay attention to the gap direction as shown in Fig 7. Finally tighten the gland nut on
the cover of terminal chamber.
There is an earthing mark on actuator housing. It must be connected properly before turn on power supply.

Caution: During installation, ensure that sealing of cable entry and terminal cover is in
good condition so that it can meet with the protection specifications.

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Caution: Pay attention to the internal ground wiring when removing the terminal plug.
When power and control line leads are connected into the plug pins, the lead end
shall be covered with insulation sleeve.
Shielding cable shall be used for analog signal or digital signal and both ends of
shielding layer shall be earthed.

7. MANUAL AND ELECTRIC OPERATION


7.1 MANUAL OPERATION

Fig 8 Fig 9
For SND-Z Range actuators, press down the manual/electric shift handle as shown in Fig 8 to make it on
manual operation position.When the shift handle can not be pressed down, turn the handwheel a
little, then the handle may be pressed down.Undo the handle, it will turn back to original position.
Rotate the handwheel till it gets mesh with the shift. Then the valve can be operated by handwheel (See Fig
9). When electric energized, the shift mechanism will declutch and turn back to electric operation mode
automatically. And SND-Q Range actuators are provided with automatic clutch device, so no such shift
handle are provided.

7.2 ELECTRIC OPERATION


Put the red button in OFF status and black button in STOP status as
shown in Fig 10, and then turn on power supply. At this time, the
indicating lamp of power supply on cover of terminal box lights,
LCD is backlit and comes forth OFF page layout.
The electric actuator is provided with the function of automatic
phase rotation correction. So it has no use for checking the phase
sequence.
When the power supply is turned on, the electric actuator will test
the operating circuit automatically to ensure correct operation. If
the equipment is abnormal, the trouble Fig 10
status will present on local LCD and the remote set
point signal will start alarm.

Caution: Before turning on the power supply, check if the power supply is conformed to the
nominal rating indicated in name plate on the actuator. Wrong power supply input
may destroy electronic elements permanently.

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7.3 LOCAL/REMOTE OPERATION

Fig 11 Local control Fig 12 Remote control

The red knob located on the bottom of the cover of terminal chamber is provided for the operating
selection of local control or remote control. Each operation mode may be padlocked.
Local operation: rotate the red knob clockwise to Local control position. The actuator is in local operation
mode at present. Then local operation of opening and closing can be carried out by black button adjacent.
Rotating the black knob to STOP position, electric operation of the valve will stop.
Remote operation: rotate the red knob counter-clockwise to Remote control position. The actuator is in
remote operation mode at present and can only perform remote operating instruction. Then operation of
black knob for opening and closing is invalid.

7.4 SITE VALVE POSITION INDICATION


7.4.1 The display consists of:
[1] Infrared receiver
[2] Indication of control mode
[3] Reverse position indication
[4] Valve position indication
[5] Icon indication of valve
opening or seating status
[6] Indication of locked password
[7] Percentage indication of torque
[8] Red indicating lamp for valve opening
[9] Red knob
[10] Padlock and locking plate
[11] Yellow indicating lamp for power supply
[12] Black knob
[13] Green indicating lamp for valve seating
[14] Display of over torque
[15] Display of motor overheat
[16] Display of power failure
[17] Monitoring for mechanical faults Fig 13
[18] Display of power phase sequence
[19] LCD

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7.4.2 DISPLAY OF VALVE OPENING AND CLOSING
When valve is opening, the red lamp flashes; and when the valve reaches preset position, the red lamp
lights steadily.
When the valve is closing, the green lamp flashes; and when the valve reaches preset position, the green
lamp lights steadily.
During the course of opening or closing, LCD displays the status of valve opening or closing with numeral
percentage and icon indication.
As soon as power supply is turned on, the backlight of LCD is illuminated. Opening proportion of valve
and alarming icon of trouble status will appear on LCD.
When power supply is turned off, LCD gets dark and various output set point signals disappear. If power
supply is off and consumers still want to know relevant parameters and various output set point signals on
LCD, they need be provided with a standby DC uninterrupted power supply of 24 V, with power more than
8 W.for each unit

8. SETTING AND COMMISSIONING OF PARAMETERS


8.1 SETTING AND COMMISSIONING METHODS OF PARAMETERS
8.1.1 Without the need for electric cover to be removed, there are two ways to set and commission
parameters.

Fig 14 Fig 15
You may simply, safely and fast set or adjust various parameters such as torque level, travel limit and
control mode with a RC-01 Infrared Setting Tool of Intrinsic Safety Type (as shown in Fig14), or by the
two knobs on electric cover (as shown in Fig 15). RC-01 Infrared Setting Tool of Intrinsic Safety Type is
more suitable to explosive hazard area.
Prompt: After the completion of adjustment with RC-01, press off key and enter the page
layout of OFF, then the knobs can be manipulated.

8.1.2 All set data are recorded to data logger built in the actuator. Consumers may view all functions on
LCD window via the two knobs on electric cover or the Infrared Setting Tool.

8.1.3 Setting and commissioning procedure of parameters are divided into two stages: enter page layout of
Option Setting at first, and then enter page layout of Parameter Setting or Parameter Interrogation.

Importance: in the course of setting and commissioning, the two knobs come up with
different effects on different page layout.

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8.2 ENTERING PAGE LAYOUT OF OPTION SETTING

Importance: instruction of functions of the knob


Entering page layout of Option Setting, OPEN and CLOSE of black knob
makes menu frame on page layout up shifting and downward shifting
respectively.

Fig 16 Fig 17 Fig 18


On CLOSE or normal operating pages layout, make black knob on electric cover at ST(OP) status and
red knob at Setting status as shown in Fig 16, page layout of Option Setting comes up.
You can up shift or downward shift menu frame on page layout to select relevant option by turning black
knob to OPEN or CLOSE position. Refer to Fig 17 and Fig 18.
When selection is finished, turn black knob to STOP status. Selected page layout will appear 3 seconds
later, and relevant parameters setting may be performed.

Prompt: If the red knob is locked, it can be rotated only when the locking plate
is removed.

8.3 SETTING OF PARAMETERS


8.3.1 SETTING OF TRAVEL PARAMETERS
When installation of actuator is finished, the actuator can be operated only after it is set in accordance with
valve travel. Figures of the setting of travel parameters are provided by absolute coding electronic limit
controller and each setting of these figures is a unique value among whole valve travel course.

Importance: instruction of functions of the knob


On page layout of Position Setting, Local Control and Remote Control of red
knob is used as confirmed key for setting of closing travel and setting of
opening travel respectively.

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8.3.1.1 SETTING OF CLOSING TRAVEL LIMIT

Fig 19 Fig 20 Fig 21

Entering page layout of Position Setting, turn black knob from STOP status as shown in Fig 19 to CLOSE
status as shown in Fig 20, the actuator will operate in closing direction. Meanwhile figures indicating
current proportion of opening will change continuously on top portion of page layout and prompt of SET
PARA (Please set parameters...) will appear on bottom of page. As soon as it reaches fully closed position
the consumer approves, turn black knob to STOP status. It may also be stopped by effect of torque control
automatically and then turn red knob to Local Control status as shown in Fig 21, and hold it for 3 seconds
till CL CONFIG (Setting of closing travel is finished) appears on bottom portion of page layout. At this
time, figures indicating closing direction appears on layout shall be identical with figures indicates current
proportion of opening.

Prompt: during the course of setting, users may also turn black knob to operate
actuator opening or closing for proper setting of fully closed.

8.3.1.2 SETTING OF OPENING TRAVEL LIMIT

Fig 22 Fig 23 Fig 24


Entering layout of Position Setting, turn black knob from STOP status as shown in Fig 22 to OPEN status
as shown in Fig 23, the actuator will operate in opening direction. Meanwhile figures indicating current
proportion of opening will change continuously on bottom portion of page layout and prompt of SET
PARA (Please set parameters) will appear on bottom portion of page layout. As soon as it reaches fully
opened position the consumer approves, turn black knob to STOP status and turn red knob to Remote
Control status as shown in Fig 24, and hold it for 3 seconds till OP CONFIG (Setting of opening position
is finished) appears on bottom portion of page layout. At this time, figures indicating opening appears on
layout shall be the same as figures indicating current proportion of opening.

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Prompt: during the course of setting, users may also turn black knob to operate actuator
opening or closing for proper setting of fully open.

When position Setting is finished, enter OFF page layout. For detailed operation, please see 7.2
ELECTRIC OPERATION.

8.3.2 SETTING OF OPENING PROPORTION, AND 420mA ANALOG SIGNAL


After setting of opening parameters and setting of closing parameters is finished, opening proportion of
any random position within whole travel will be calculated by the actuator automatically, and percentage of
opening proportion will appear on LCD to indicate local valve position and analog signal of 420 mA
will be sent out at the same time, i.e. setting of signal is also finished automatically.

8.3.3 SETTING OF TORQUE PARAMETERS


Before leaving factory, torque level of actuator has been configured according to consumers ordering
requirement and set value is filled in certificate form of product quality. If there is not such requirement in
consumers order list, for SND-Z range, torque value in closing direction and in opening direction is set to
respectively 70% and 100% of nominal torque value; for SND-Q range, torque value in both closing
direction and in opening direction is set to 100% of nominal torque value in general.
Consumers may adjust the set value in accordance with their actual requirement. Adjustable range of
torque value in opening direction is 80%120% of nominal torque value, and that in closing direction is
30%100%. Requirement beyond such range should consult with us before ordering.

Importance: instruction of functions of the knob


On page layout of Torque Setting, Local Control and Remote Control of red
knob is used as confirmed key for setting of closing torque and setting of
opening torque respectively.

8.3.3.1 SETTING OF TORQUE LEVEL IN CLOSING DIRECTION

Fig 25 Fig 26 Fig 27

Entering page layout of Torque Setting, turn black knob from STOP status as shown in Fig 25 to CLOSED
status as shown in Fig 26, torque in closing direction may be set. A prompt of SET PARA (Please set
parameters...) will appear in the bottom portion of the page. Setting value of closing torque on top of page
layout decreases from 100% to 30% in continuous decrement of 1%. As soon as it reaches the percentage
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of torque level in closing direction that the consumer approves, turn black knob to STOP status and turn
red knob to Local Control status as shown in Fig 27, and hold it for 3 seconds till CL CONFIG (Setting
of closing torque is finished) appears in bottom portion of page layout, i.e. the percentage of torque in
closing direction has been set.

8.3.3.2 SETTING OF TORQUE LEVEL IN OPENING DIRECTION

Fig 28 Fig 29 Fig 30


Entering page layout of Torque Setting, turn black knob from STOP status as shown in Fig 28 to OPEN
status as shown in Fig 29, torque in opening direction may be set. A prompt of SET PARA (Please set
parameters) will appear in the bottom portion of page layout. Setting value of opening torque on page
layout decreases from 120% to 80% in continuous decrement of 1%. As soon as it reaches the percentage
of torque in opening direction that the consumer approves, turn black knob to STOP status and turn red
knob to Remote Control status as shown in Fig 30, and hold it for 3 seconds till OP CONFIG (Setting of
opening torque is finished) appears in the bottom portion of page layout, i.e. the percentage of torque in
opening direction has been set.

When Torque Setting is finished, enter OFF page layout. For detailed operation, see 7.2 ELECTRIC
OPERATION.

8.3.4 SETTING OF REMOTE CONTROL MODE


Before delivering, setting of Remote Control Mode is set as long-distance self-hold. There are 4 styles of
Remote Control Mode: self-hold, clicking, On-opening, and On-closing.
l Self-hold style can carry out valve opening, closing and stopping control; control signal shall last
for 500 mS.
l Clicking style can carry out valve opening and closing control; control signal shall last till it
reaches required position.
l On-opening style can carry out valve opening and closing control by two wires and a single
passive contact; valve opens when passive contact is on and closes when passive contact is off.
l On-closing style can carry out valve opening and closing control by two wires and a single
passive contact; valve opens when passive contact is off and closes when passive contact is on.
Emergent Self-hold can override other kinds of control signal and enforce its implementation. This signal
will last till the valve reached preset position.
Emergent Self-hold is a kind of remote control signal but it does not appear in the page layout of remote
mode. It is always valid whenever the actuator is in any status among local operation, remote control, off
status and motor thermal protection status

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Importance: instruction of functions of the knob
Entering the page layout of Remote Control, both OPEN and CLOSE of black
knob can make the symbol of move up and down among all selections
circularly. Local Control or Remote Control of red knob can be used as
confirmed key for Remote Control mode.

Prompt: For the wiring of 4 styles of Remote Control Mode and Emergency Self-hold, see
Chapter 12 in this instruction manual.

Fig 31 Fig 32 Fig 33

Entering the layout of Remote Control Mode, A prompt of SET PARA (Please set parameters...) will
appear on the bottom portion of page layout as shown in Fig 32. Turn black knob to OPEN or CLOSE
status, the symbol of will be able to shift among all selections circularly. When it reaches the selection
that the consumer confirms, turn black knob to STOP status, and turn red knob to Local Control Mode or
Remote Control Mode as shown in Fig 33 and hold it for 3 seconds, till MODE CONFIG (Setting has
been configured) appears on bottom portion of page layout, i.e. Remote Control Mode has been set.
When Setting of Remote Control Mode finished, enter the layout of OFF. For detailed operation, please see
7.2 ELECTRIC OPERATION.

8.3.5 SETTING OF DOUBLE SPEED CONFIG (SLOW CLOSING)


Before actuator delivering, Start Point of Slow Closing and Duty Factor are set as 0% and 100%
respectively (i.e. Double Speed function has not been started up). Start Point of Slow Closing means a
position approaching the seating of valve travel (20%) from which the operating speed comes slow.
Duty Factor means what the percentage of the specific cyclic duration (it is set as 5 seconds in this system)
the actual valve operating time accounts for. Duty Factor may be available from the relational expression:
Duty Factor (%) = total interval (s) Start Point of Slow Closing (%) /required time of Slow Closing (s)

Importance: instruction of functions of the knob


Entering the page layout of Double Speed Config, CLOSE and OPEN of black
knob represents respectively set key for Start Point of Slow Closing and Duty
Factor. Local Control and Remote Control action of red knob is used as
confirmed key for Start Point of Slow Closing and Duty Factor respectively.

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8.3.5.1 SETTING OF START POINT OF DOUBLE SPEED CONFIG (SLOW CLOSING)

Fig 34 Fig 35 Fig 36


Entering the page layout of 2 SPEED, turn black knob from STOP status as shown in Fig 34 to CLOSE
status as shown in Fig 35, a prompt of SET PARA (Please set parameters...) will appear in the bottom
portion of page layout. Figures representing Start Point of low speed will begin from 0%, and increase to
20% in continuous increment of 1% circularly. As figures reaches the percentage that the consumer
confirms, turn black knob to STOP status, and turn red knob to Local Control Mode as shown in Fig 36
and hold it for 3 seconds, till START P CONFIG (Start Point of Slow Closing has been set) appears in
the bottom portion of page layout.

8.3.5.2 SETTING OF DOUBLE SPEED (SLOW CLOSING) DUTY FACTOR

Fig 37 Fig 38 Fig 39


Entering the page layout of 2 SPEED, turn black knob from STOP status as shown in Fig 37 to OPEN
status as shown in Fig 38, a prompt of SET PARA (Please set parameters...) will appear in the bottom
portion of page layout. Setting figures representing Duty Factor will begin from 100%, and decrease to
10% in continuous decrement of 5% circularly. As figures reaches the percentage that the consumer
confirms, turn black knob to STOP status, and turn red knob to Remote Control Mode as shown in Fig 39
and hold it for 3 seconds, till DUTY CONFIG (Duty Factor has been set) appears in the bottom portion
of page layout.
When Setting of Slow Closing has finished, enter the page layout of OFF. For detailed operation, see 7.2
ELECTRIC OPERATION.

8.3.6 SETTING OF MID TRAVEL


Mid 1 and Mid 2 can be used as mid position in opening direction or closing direction, or used to increase
contact points in opening or closing course according to users requirement. Before delivering, Mid 1 and
Mid 2 of the actuator are respectively set to 0% and 100% of full travel. If consumers want to set mid
position, please proceed as following.

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Importance: instruction of functions of the knob
Entering the page layout of Mid Travel, CLOSE and OPEN of black knob
represents respectively set key of Mid 1 and Mid 2. Local Control and Remote
Control of red knob is used as confirmed key of Mid 1 and Mid 2 respectively.

8.3.6.1 SETTING OF MID 1 POSITION


Entering the page layout of MID POS, turn black knob from STOP status as shown in Fig 40 to CLOSE
status as shown in Fig 41, a prompt of SET PARA (Please set parameters...) will appear in the bottom
portion of page layout. Figures representing Mid 1 will begin from 0%, and increase to 100% in
continuous increment of 1% circularly. As figures reaches the percentage that the consumer confirms, turn
black knob to STOP status, and turn red knob to Local Control Mode as shown in Fig 42 and hold it for 3
seconds, till MID 1 CONFIG (Position of Mid 1 has been set) appears in the bottom portion of page
layout.

Fig 40 Fig 41 Fig 42

8.3.6.2 SETTING OF MID 2 POSITION


Entering page layout of MID POS, turn black knob from STOP status as shown in Fig 43 to OPEN status
as shown in Fig 44, a prompt of SET PARA (Please set parameters...) will appear in the bottom portion
of page layout. Figures representing Med 2 will begin from 100%, and decrease to 1% in continuous
decrement of 1% circularly. As figures reaches the percentage that the consumer confirms, turn black knob
to STOP status, and turn red knob to Remote Control Mode as shown in Fig 45 and hold it for 3 seconds,
till MID 2 CONFIG (Position of Mid 2 has been set) appears in the bottom portion of layout.

Fig 43 Fig 44 Fig 45


When Setting of Mid Travel finished, enter the page layout of OFF. For detailed operation, see 7.2)
ELECTRIC OPERATION.

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8.3.7 OPTION OF LANGUAGE

Fig 46 Fig 47 Fig 48


In the page layout of LANGUAGE there are two options: English and Chinese. The default is simplified
Chinese. Entering the page layout of LANGUAGE (Option of language), a prompt of SET PARA
(Please set parameters...) (as shown in Fig. 47) will appear on the bottom portion of page. Turning the
black knob to either OPEN or CLOSE status, the symbol can be made move up and down between the
two options circularly. When the symbol shifts to the option the user confirmed, turn the black knob to
STOP status and turn the red knob to Local Control or Remote Control status as shown in Fig. 48 and hold
it for 3 seconds, till Config (setting has been configured) appears on the bottom portion of page, i.e.
Option of Language has been set.
When setting of Option of Language finished, enter the page of OFF. For detailed operation, please see 7.2
ELECTRIC OPERATION.

Importance: instruction of functions of the knob


Entering the page of Option of Language, OPEN and CLOSE of black knob
both have the function to make the symbol move up and down between the
options circularly and either Local Control or Remote Control of the red knob
has the function to confirm the option.

8.3.8 SETTING OF PASSWORD CONFIG

Fig 49 Fig 50 Fig 51


Entering the page layout of PASSWORD via page layout of Option setting(as shown if Fig. 49), a
prompt of SET PARA will appear on the bottom portion of the page (as shown in Fig. 50). Turning the
black knob to either OPEN or CLOSE status, current password digit will shift circularly from 0 to 9, each
shift in a interval of 1.2 seconds. When it shifts increasing to the figure required, turn the black knob to

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STOP status. and it will save the selected figure. Then turn black knob to either OPEN or CLOSE status to
change to tens digit. Repeat above operation till the three-digit password is confirmed. Then turn the red
knob to Local Control or Remote Control status as shown in Fig. 51 to save the set password.
When setting of password is finished and the actuator is in any status among OFF, Local Control and
Remote Control, the function of password protection will start if the control status does not alternate in 3
minutes. If it is necessary to alternate control mode at this time, enter corresponding password. Entering
procedure is similar to the setting of password and the entering must be finished in 2 minutes or it will turn
back to original control mode.
The function of password protection is like the function of mechanical padlock. It does not react to the red
knob or black knob.
When setting of password finished, enter the page of OFF. For detailed operation, please see 7.2
ELECTRIC OPERATION.
Prompt: The default of password protection has not been started at factory. If it is necessary
to delete the password protection after it having started, enter 0 0 0 on the page of
PASSWORD via above procedure.

8.3.9 EMERGENT SELF-HOLD

Fig 52 Fig 53 Fig 54


Emergent self-hold is adopted by user to handle the emergency. Emergent self-hold will function in any
status among OFF, Local Control and Remote Control, and will neglect motor thermal protection failure
and is the preferred control of top level. Emergent self-hold can not start in the default status, i.e. held in
original status.
Entering the page layout of E.S.D. via page layout of Option setting(as shown if Fig. 52), a prompt
of SET PARA will appear on the bottom portion of the page (as shown in Fig. 53). Turning the black
knob to either OPEN or CLOSE status, the symbol can be made move up and down among the options
circularly. When it shifts to the option user confirmed, turn the black knob to STOP status and turn the red
knob to Local Control or Remote Control status as shown in Fig. 54, and hold it for 3 seconds, till MODE
CONFIG! (setting has been configured) appears on the bottom portion of page, i.e. Option of Emergent
self-hold has been set.
When setting of Emergent self-hold finished, enter the page of OFF. For detailed operation, please see 7.2
ELECTRIC OPERATION.
Importance: instruction of functions of the knob
Entering the page layout of E.S.D., OPEN and CLOSE of black knob both
have the function to make the symbol move up and down among the
options circularly and Local Control or Remote Control of the red knob has the
function to confirm the option.
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8.3.10 SETTING OF MODBUS
The actuator sustains Mod bus RTU to carry out feedback and control of the status. Users can set the
address and baud rate of the communication according to requirements.
Importance: instruction of functions of the knob
Entering the page layout of MODBUS SET, both OPEN and CLOSE of
black knob have the function to set the address and baud rate respectively;
and Local Control or Remote Control of the red knob have the function to
confirm the option of the address and baud rate respectively.

8.3.10.1 SETTING OF ADDRESS

Fig 55 Fig 56 Fig 57

Entering the page layout of MODBUS SET, turn the black knob from STOP status (as shown in Fig. 55) to
CLOSE status (as shown in Fig. 56), a prompt of CL SET ADD(set address in close status) will appear
on the bottom portion of the page and figures of address will appear on the page increasing from 2 to 127
circularly. When the figure shifts to the option user confirmed, turn the black knob to STOP status and the
red knob to Local Control status as shown in Fig. 57, and hold it for 3 seconds, till ADD CONFIG!
(setting of address has been configured) appears on the bottom portion of page.

8.3.10.2 SETTING OF BAUD RATE

Fig 58 Fig 59 Fig 60

Entering the page layout of MODBUS SET, turn the black knob from STOP status (as shown in Fig. 58) to
OPEN status (as shown in Fig. 59), a prompt of OP SET b/s(set baud rate in open status) will appear on
the bottom portion of the page and the options (four groups of baud rate are provided: 38400, 19200, 9600
and 4800, each including: OOdd parity, EEven parity, NNo parity) will appear on the page layout
circularly. When the baud rate required appears, turn the black knob to STOP status and turn the red knob

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to Remote Control status (as shown in Fig. 60), and hold it for 3 seconds, till b/s CONFIG! (setting of
baud rate has been configured) appears on the bottom portion of page.
When setting of MODBUS finished, enter the page of OFF. For detailed operation, please see 7.2
ELECTRIC OPERATION.
Prompt: The actuator of standard model does not sustain the Modbus RTU. Fieldbus
communication function is as an option.
It is also possible to enter the setting menu of MODBUS in the actuator of standard
model, but the set parameters do not work.

8.3.11 PARAMETERS INTERROGATING

Importance: instruction of functions of the knob


Entering page layout of Parameter Interrogating shifts of black knob between
CLOSE and STOP or between OPEN and STOP result in the shift among
pages layout of Parameter Interrogating.

Fig 61 Fig 62 Fig 63 Fig 64


Entering the page layout of Parameter Interrogating, turn black knob to CLOSE status, the first page of the
page layout of PARA LST 1will come out as shown in Fig 61. TC on the page represents rated torque in
closing direction set by manufacturer. TO represents rated torque in opening direction set by manufacturer.
LC represents set value of closing travel parameter. LO represents set value of opening travel parameter.
CT represents set value of closing torque. OT represents set value of opening torque.
As black knob comes back to STOP status, turn it again to CLOSE status, the second page of PARA LST
2 will come out as shown in Fig 62. REMOTE on the page represents set Remote Control Mode. PS
represents set value of Start Point of Slow Closing. PZ represents set value of Duty Factor. L1 represents
set value of Mid 1. L2 represents set value of Mid 2.
As black knob comes back to STOP status, turn it to CLOSE status once more, the third page of PARA
LST 3 will come out as shown in Fig 63. OD on the page represents cycles of valve operation. TD
represents cycles of full travel operation. PCT represents three max torque levels of valve operations in
closing direction. POT represents three max torque levels of valve operations in opening direction.
Return the black knob to STOP status, and turn it to CLOSE status once again to change to page layout of
PARA LST 4 (as shown in Fig. 64). PASSWORD: on the page represents whether the function of
password protection starts. ESD: represents Emergent self-hold and BIT/S: represents baud rate of
communication and mode of parity check.
When Parameters Interrogating finished, enter OFF page layout. For detailed operation, see 7.2
ELECTRIC OPERATION.

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Caution: After installation, commissioning and parameter setting, according to users
requirement, red knob shall be locked in Local Control Mode or Remote Control
Mode with padlock to prevent from entering set parameter status accidentally
and damage of various set parameters.

9. INFRARED SETTING TOOL (RC-01)


Power supply of 3 V has been built in Infrared Setting Tool (RC01) before the tool delivering. Valid
range of Infrared Setting Tool is 0.75 m from display window of actuator.

Importance: instruction of functions of the knob


First touch on the function keys of CLOSE, OPEN, CONFIRM 1, and
CONFIRM 2 on Infrared Setting Tool transmits the command of the function
key and the second touch on them cancels the command of the function key.

9.1 INTRODUTION OF FUNCTION KEYS


(1) Closing key
(2) Opening key
(3) Confirming 1 key
(4) Confirming 2 key
(5) Setting key
(6) Off key
(7) Window of infrared transmitting

9.2 USAGE Fig 65


When the key pressed down, the Infrared Setting Tool can send out relevant instruction to the actuator via
infrared pulse. So the Infrared Setting Tool must be operated within 0.75 m from display window of
actuator and aiming at the window.
When replacing battery, remove the cover on the back of the Infrared Setting Tool, and then proceed the
replacing.

9.3 SETTING AND COMMISSIONING OF PARAMETERS


Turn black knob to STOP status and turn red knob to OFF status as
shown in Fig 66, then the Infrared Setting Tool may be used to set and
commission parameters.
Functions of Closing key and Opening key on the Tool are the same of
functions of Closing status and Opening status of black knob on the
actuator. Functions of OK 1 key, OK 2 key, SET key and OFF key on
the Tool are the same of functions of Local Control function, Remote
Control function, setting function and OFF function of red knob on the
actuator. So commissioning of parameters with the Infrared Setting Tool
is the same of setting and commissioning of parameters described in Chapter 8. Fig 66

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Warning: When setting and commissioning of parameters with the Infrared Setting Tool is
finished, it is necessary to operate OFF key on the Tool and enter OFF page layout
at first, then the actuator can be operated, or it will result in error of operating
procedure.

10. FIELDBUS CONTROL


Fieldbus communication of actuator is control
Modbus communication. Control system of mechanism
Modbus is as shown in Fig 67. or master unit
actuator actuator actuator
Modbus communication is a universal language
applied on electronic controller with RS485 as
interface, with twist pair as transfer medium, and
with standard ModbusRTU as transport protocol.
It supports semiduplex multipoint serial
communication.
Communication parameters such as equipment address, Fig 67
baud rate and check mode may be set and programmed in advance at site according to users requirement.
Communication distance is generally 200~1200 m (according to different baud rate), up to 20 km (need be
equipped with signal amplifier). 32 units of equipment can be connected to Modbus via a twist pair without
repeaters. At most 126 units of equipment can be connected to Modbus.

11. MAINTENANCE AND TROUBLESHOOTING


11.1 MAINTENANCE
Each unit of equipment has been checked and tested in the round before delivering. Installing, setting and
commissioning in accordance with this manual, the actuator can carry out fault-free operation.
These actuators are of non-intrusive type. For routine inspection, the cover of controller on the actuator
shall not be opened. Because the control system is packaged in dry and clean environment and there is no
component within that needs local adjusting.
Routine maintenance includes followings:
Check if bolts between valve and actuator are fastened.
Ensure valve stem and drive sleeve clean and lubricated.
Check if outer parts are damaged and replace them if damaged. Broken window glass shall be replaced
with entire assembly.
Repaint the peeled area. For chemical corrosive or salt spray environment, remove dust before repainting.
For electric actuators operating seldom, service schedule shall be programmed.

11.2 TROUBLE DISPLAY AND TROUBLESHOOTING


If there is any trouble with the electric actuator, without the need for removing cover from actuator, you
can carry out trouble diagnosis rapidly via trouble display of LCD.
Actuator trouble display and troubleshooting:
1) When power supply is put on, LCD of actuator does not light
Check if 3 phase power supply is normal and conformed to the voltage on the nameplate. Please
measure phase voltage among terminals U, V, W.

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2) Phase loss of power supply
Symbol in the bottom portion of LCD changes into symbol and the middle strip flashes that as
indicates phase loss of power supply. Please check the power supply.

3) Display of motor overheat

Symbol in the bottom portion of LCD changes into symbol symbol of heat elimination
flashes indicating motor overheat. Stop actuator running and restart it when thermostat embedded in
motor windings recovers automatically.

4) Display of over torque

Symbol in the bottom portion of LCD changes into symbol


indicating valve jamming. When
this symbol flashes, the valve jams in operation and is over torque. Please check if the valve and the set
percentage of torque in opening direction and closing direction are normal.

5) Failure of phase rotation correction


When phase sequence is in error, the mark * will appear on the upper right quarter of LCD and the
function of phase rotation correction has already started so that the actuator is still operated normally. If
the function of phase rotation correction fails, LCD will display power supply failure (The display is the
same of Phase loss of power supply.) meanwhile the contact point of power supply failure will transmit
remote alarm signal. Please check power supply.

6) Monitoring of mechanical faults


If the actuator does not produce travel operation when receiving opening or closing instruction from local
control or remote control in 10 seconds, the monitor will transmit alarm signal and E will flash on LCD.
Please contact with the manufacturer.

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12 SCHEMATIC CIRCUIT DIAGRAM AND WIRING DIAGRAM
12.1 SCHEMATIC CIRCUIT DIAGRAM AND WIRING DIAGRAM OF ELECTRIC ACTUATOR

Note: 1. What in dash line frame of this figure is for special order.
2If there is no 380V ac input, user can provide backing power (24V dc) for LCD through terminal 1
and 2. Available of backing power or not, does not affect data access. Primary power and backing power
are exchangeable automatically.

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12.2 CONTROL MODE
The actuator has three control modes: local control, remote control, and emergent self-hold.
12.2.1 LOCAL CONTROL
When the red knob is located at Local position, the actuator can carry out functions of valve opening, valve
closing and stop via black knob.
12.2.2 REMOTE CONTROL
When the red knob is located at Remote position, the actuator can carry out functions of valve opening,
valve closing and stop via terminals.
Power supply of Remote Control is DC 24 V (built in), power supply voltage of control signal is: Von>20
V, Voff<1.5 V.
Following 4 kinds of Remote Control may be set via setting functions:
(1)Click: open or close valve via click, with signal (2)Self-hold: open or close valve via self-hold control,
lasting till valve reaching designated position. with signal lasting for more than 500 mS.
Electric Actuator Control Room Electric Actuator Control Room
7 7

8 Close Close
8
Open Open
9 9
Stop
10

(3)On-opening style: opens when circuit is on, (4)On-closing style: closes when circuit is on,
and closes when circuit is off. and opens when circuit is off.
Electric Actuator Control Room Electric Actuator Control Room
7 7
Open Close
9 8

12.2.3 EMERGENT SELF-HOLD


Emergent Self-hold can override other kinds of control signal (Whatever status the actuator is in) and
enforce its implementation (The action depends on presetting). This signal will last till the completion of
. action.
the
Electric Actuator Control Room
7
Emergent Self-hold
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Appendix B: Overall size and connection dimensions of SND-Z Range

OVERALL SIZE OF SND-Z5SND-Z60

type L1 L2 L3 H1 H2 H3 H4 B2 B3 B4 D1 D2 D3
5
SND-Z 15 145,180 110 145 46 214 62 108 21 242 144 260 140 126
20
SND-Z 40 180,190 120 160 54 217 82 111 21 266 144 360 185 175
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SND-Z 60 200~285 148 239 80 245 97 118 55 277 142 420 225 210

OVERALL SIZE OF SND-Z90SND-Z250


type L1 L2 L3 H1 H2 H3 H4 H5 B2 B3 B4 B5 D1 D2 D3
90
SND-Z 120 255~397 158 220 110 260 165 121 67 310 142 326 460 275 300
180
SND-Z 250 255~397 158 263 125 260 165 121 158 67 310 142 326 460 330 350
Note: SND-Z90120 is without planet reducer.

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OVERALL SIZE OF SND-Z350SND-Z1000
type L1 L2 L3 H H1 H2 H3 d D D1
350
SND-Z 500 255~397 125 410 222 38 169 115 380 415
800
custom
SND-Z 1000 285~397 130 450.5 238 51 195 138 510 510

Note for connection dimension in Appendix B:


1) The thrust base in dashed frame is used for thrust mode electric actuator. It is not needed for torque
mode actuator.
2) If protection of valve stem is needed, its length would be determined by users.
3) For flameproof model, letter B is added after the type representation, e.g. SND-Z 120B.

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CONNECTION DIMENSIONS OF CONNECTION DIMENSIONS OF
TORQUE MODE (JB 2920) THRUST MODE (ISO 5210 i.e. GB12222)

CONNECTION DIMENSIONS TABLE OF SND-Z RANGE ACTUATORS

TORQUE MODE (JB2920-81) THRUST MODE (ISO5210i.e.GB12222)


TYPE
Frame D2 Flange D2
d1 d2 n-d D1 D h1 h f D D1 d1 n-d L f
size (H9) size (f8)
2 30 45 90 4-M10 120 140 2 8 4
SND-Z515 F10 126 102 70 T28 4-M10 40 3
2I 26 39 75 4-M8 95 140 2 6 4
3 42 58 125 4-M12 160 180 2 10 4
SND-Z2035 F14 175 140 100 T36 4-M16 50 4
3I 30 45 90 4-M10 120 180 2 8 4
SND-Z4560 4 46 72 150 4-M16 195 225 2 12 5 F16 210 165 130 T50 4-M20 80 5
5 62 82 180 4-M20 235 275 2 14 5
SND-Z90120 F25 300 254 200 T60 8-M16 114 5
5I 46 72 150 4-M16 195 230 2 12 5
SND-Z180
250 7 73 98 220 4-M24 285 330 3 16 6 F30 350 298 230 T70 8-M20 130 5
SND-Z 350
500 8 80 118 280 8-M20 340 380 3 20 6 F35 415 356 260 T100 8-M30 170 5
9 85 128 300 8-M24 380 510 3 25 8
SND-Z800
1000 F40 510 406 300 T120 8-M36 230 8
10 105 158 360 8-M30 450 510 3 30 8

Explanation:
1) For flameproof model, letter B is added after the type representation, e.g. SND-Z4560 B;
2) I in frame size represents power station mode;
3) Screwed holes for mounting are distributed symmetrical and staggered to motor shaft axis;
4) Valid depth of screwed holes for mounting 1.8 times of nominal diameter of screw.

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Appendix C: Overall size and connection dimensions features and main technical parameters of
SND-Q range

OVERALL SIZE AND CONNECTION DIMENSIONS TABLE OF SND-Q


d1 d2
TYPE L H H1 D D1 d3 d4 d5 h1 h2 h3 b
H9 F8
SND-Q12.5 180 137 0 0 0 22 35 65 M6 50 14 3 30 6
SND-Q25,40 180 122 0 0 0 28 55 90 M8 70 16 3 35 8
SND-Q50 145 104 132 210 155 42 70 125 M10 102 20 3 50 12
SND-Q100 145 104 132 210 155 50 85 150 M12 125 24 3 57 14
SND-Q150,200 145 104 139 285 196 60 100 175 M16 140 30 4 65 18
SND-Q300,400 145 104 159 380 246 80 130 210 M20 165 36 5 80 22
Note: SND-Q12.5~40 need not additional reducer, so sizes of H1,D,D1 are 0.
FEATURES OF SND- Q RANGE STRUCTURE:
1 SNS-Q Range actuators are provided with automatic clutch
device. So you may rotate the handwheel directly when hand
operation is needed.
2 A spline housing is inserted in the output shaft. It may be taken
out to rotate a tiny angle to commission full closed position of
valve. The spline housing is not fixed in the output shaft and
user can orient it with set screw or by shaft shoulder of valve.
3 There are two models of drive structure: essential and combined.
The combined model is connected with reducer of different ratio
to extend the torque range and speed range. Schematic drawing of mechanical limit
4 SND-Q Range actuators are provided with mechanical limit device. Refer to the schematic drawing of
mechanical limit. Backing off gland nut, you will see the adjusting thread stem. Screw in or out the
adjusting thread stem to change valve position and rotation angle. Adjustment range in both opening and
closing direction is 6. Full stroke is generally 90. Various protruding length L of the adjusting thread
stem off the housing is as following: 24 for essential model; 30 for combination No 1; 28 for
combination No 2; 28 for combination No 3.

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Essential model
Motor Speed r/min Max.
Time for Hand
1 3 5 dia. of Weight
TYPE Power Current 90 rotate Oper
TYPE stem (kg)
(kW) (A) Torque (N m) (s) ratio
(mm)
YDF3802-12 0.09 0.91 125,250,400 125Nm
1r 15S
YDF3631-4 0.09 0.63 125,250 22
SND-Q12.5
40 3r 5S 83
YDF3632-4 0.12 0.74 400 125,250 other
5r 3S
YDF3633-4 0.18 1.0 400 28
Combination No1 Reducer
Motor Speed r/min Max.
Time for Hand
0.6 1 1.5 dia. of Weight
TYPE Power Current 90 rotate Oper
TYPE stem (kg)
(kW) (A) Torque (N m) (s) ratio
(mm)
YDF3631-4 0.09 0.63 500,1000 500Nm
0.6r 25S 0.6r 1r
YDF3631-4 0.09 0.63 500 42
SND-Q50100 1r 15S 401
YDF3632-4 0.12 0.74 1000 500 1000Nm
1.5r 10S 1.5r 278
YDF3633-4 0.18 1.0 1000 50
Combination No2 Reducer
Motor Speed r/min Max.
Time for Hand
0.6 1 dia. of Weight
TYPE Power Current 90 rotate Oper
TYPE stem (kg)
(kW) (A) Torque (N m) (s) ratio
(mm)
YDF3631-4 0.09 0.63 1500
0.6r 25S
SND-Q 150
200 YDF3632-4 0.12 0.74 2000 1500 414 60
1r/ 15S
YDF3633-4 0.18 1.0 2000
Combination No3 Reducer
Motor Speed r/min Max.
Time for Hand
0.3 0.5 dia. of Weight
TYPE Power Current 90 rotate Oper
TYPE stem (kg)
(kW) (A) Torque (N m) (s) ratio
(mm)
YDF3631-4 0.09 0.63 3000
0.3r 50S
SND-Q 300
400 YDF3632-4 0.12 0.74 4000 3000 829 80
0.5r 30S
YDF3633-4 0.18 1.0 4000
Explanation:
1 There is two kinds of ratio for Combination No 1 Reducer: 4.84 and 3.36. Ratio for Combination No 2
Reducer is 5. And Ration for Combination No 3 Reducer is 10.
2 Motor YDF38002-12is of 12 poles and the rest types are of 4 poles. Start current and max. current of
motor is approximately 7 times of the value indicating in the table. During operation, the current more
than rated value is normal phenomena.
3 Dimension of valve stem diameter in tables is d1 in overall size and connection dimension table and is
the maximum value of corresponding specifications. If other diameter value is needed, user must make
declaration in order list.

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Appendix D: Main technical parameters, overall size and connection dimensions of SND-DQ range
1Main technical parameters of SND-DQ400SND-DQ16500
Motor Cur- Reducer 1 Reducer 2
Torque Speed Hand
Type Actuator power rent
Nm r/min ratio Type Ratio Type Ratio
kW A
SND-DQ400 4000 0.316(47.5S) 57 SND-Z30-18 0.37 1.8 DJ2A 57
SND-DQ600 6000 0.316(47.5S) 57 SND-Z40-18 0.55 2.4 DJ2A 57
SND-DQ800 8000 0.327(45.8S) 156 SND-Z45-18 0.75 2.8 DJ3A 55
SND-DQ1000 10000 0.327(45.8S) 156 SND-Z60-18 1.1 4.0 DJ3A 55
SND-DQ1600 16000 0.31 (48.3S) 249 SND-Z90-18 1.5 5.0 DJ4A 58
SND-DQ2000 20000 0.31 (48.3S) 249 SND-Z120-18 2.2 6.3 DJ4A 58
3200 3200
SND-DQ 4000 4000 0.333 (45S) 620 SND-Z250-18 3.0 9.0 DJ5A 54
SND-DQ6300 63000 0.26 (57.5S) 792 SND-Z250-18 3.0 9.0 DJ6A 69
SND-DQ8000 80000 0.26 (57.5S) 1187 SND-Z90-72 4.0 9.7 XJ4A 4 DJ6A 69
SND-DQ12500 125000 0.168 (89S) 2452 SND-Z180-36 4.0 9.7 XJ4B 2.67 DJ7A 80
SND-DQ16500 165000 0.168 (89S) 2452 SND-Z250-36 5.5 13.3 XJ4B 2.67 DJ7A 80
Explanation:
1. Among the reducers, XJ means planet reducers, DJ means worm gear reducers (the worm gear pairs
are all clockwise and self-locking )
2. If the output speed different from those in the table is needed, please consult with us.
3. All of the key-way positions in following figures indicate valve seated.

2Overall size and connection dimensions of SND-DQ400SND-DQ16500

Overall size and connection dimensions of SND-DQ400 and SND-DQ600

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Overall size and connection dimensions of SND-DQ800 and SND-DQ1000

Overall size and connection dimensions of SND-DQ1600 and SND-DQ2000

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Overall size and connection dimensions of SND-DQ3200
4000

Overall size and connection dimensions of SND-DQ6300SND-DQ16500


Type C D4 E F H J J1 L1 L2 P V
SND-DQ6300 335 380 356 450 301 745 158 285 263 340 145
SND-DQ8000 335 380 356 450 301 745 212 240 220 340 145
SND-DQ12500 465 380 480 605 400 946 404 240 263 426 153
SND-DQ16500 465 380 480 605 400 946 404 285 263 426 153
Type d (H9) D1(f8) D2 D3 h b1 L b n-M
SND-DQ6300 180 300 406 470 8 9 250 45 8-M36 22.5
SND-DQ8000 180 300 406 470 8 9 250 45 8-M36 22.5
SND-DQ12500 220 370 483 560 8 8 285 50 12-M36 15
SND-DQ16500 220 370 483 560 8 8 285 50 12-M36 15

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Appendix E: Technical Parameters Table of SND-Z (Remarks: actuators above 3500Nm are combined structures. )

Motor Output Speed (r/min) Data in brackets are for SND-Z180 and SND-Z250 Max.dia. Max.
Thrust Hand Weight
Type Type
Power Current 6 9 12 (14 ) 18 24 ( 27 ) 36 48 ( 54 ) 72 96 144 192
(KN)
of stem rotation
ratio (kg)
(kW) (A) (mm) (rev)
Nominal torque (N m)
100
YDF3800-6 0.18 1.1 150

YDF3631-4 0.09 0.63 50


YDF3632-4 0.12 0.74 80 50 50
YDF3633-4 0.18 1.0 100 80 80 50
SNDZ515
YDF3800-4 0.25 1.4 150 100 100 80 40 28 1200 1 4050
SNDZ515B YDF3801-4 0.37 1.8 150 150 100
YDF3802-4 0.55 2.4 150
YDF3800-2 0.37 1.38 80 50
YDF3801-2 0.55 1.86 120 100 80 50
YDF3801-6 0.25 1.42 250
YDF3802-6 0.37 1.96 350
YDF3801-4 0.37 1.8 300 250
SNDZ20
40
YDF3802-4 0.55 2.4 400 350 300 250 100 40 1200 1 5875
SNDZ20
40 B YDF3901-4 0.75 2.8 400 400 300
YDF3802-2 0.75 2.4 150 120 100 80
YDF3901-2 1.1 3.3 250 200 150 120
YDF3100M-6 0.75 3.11 600
YDF3100M1-4 0.75 2.8 450
YDF3100M2-4 1.1 4 600 450 450
YDF3100L1-4 1.5 5 600 600 450
SNDZ45
60
YDF3100L2-4 2.2 7 600 150 50 1200 2.829 100130
SNDZ45
60 B YDF3100L-2 2.2 6.3 450 300 300
YDF3112M1-2 3 7.8 600 450 450 300
YDF3112M2-2 4 9.7 600 600 450
YDF3112L-2 5.5 13.3 600
YDF3100L1-6 1.1 4.2 900
YDF3100L2-6 1.5 5.7 1200
YDF3100L1-4 1.5 5 900
90
YDF3100L2-4 2.2 6.3 1200 900 900
SNDZ 120 YDF3112L1-4 3 9 1200 1200 900
90
200 60 1200 4.3 120170
SNDZ B YDF3112L2-4 4 11.9 1200
120
YDF3112M2-2 4 9.7 900
YDF3112L-2 5.5 13.3 1200 900 900
YDF3132L1-2 7.5 17.1 1200 1200 900
YDF3132L2-2 10 22.8 1200
YDF3100L1-4 1.5 5 1800,2500 1800
YDF3100L2-4 2.2 6.3 2500 1800,2500 1800
YDF3112L1-4 3 9 2500
180
SNDZ 250 YDF3112M1-2 3 7.8 1800
180
325 70 449 11.48 180260
SNDZ B YDF3112M2-2 4 9.7 2500 1800
250
YDF3112L-2 5.5 13.3 2500 1800
YDF3132L1-2 7.5 17.1 2500 1800
YDF3132L2-2 10 22.8 2500
YDF3100L2-4 2.2 6.3 3500 3500
YDF3112L1-4 3 9 5000 5000 3500
YDF3112L2-4 4 11.9 5000
SNDZ350
500
YDF3112M2-2 4 9.7 3500 700 100 300 17.2 300400
SNDZ350
500 B YDF3112L-2 5.5 13.3 5000 3500 3500
YDF3132L1-2 7.5 17.1 5000 5000 3500
YDF3132L2-2 10 22.8 5000
8000
YDF3112L2-4 4 11.9 10000

SNDZ800
1000 YDF3112L-2 5.5 13.3
8000
10000
1100 120 150 34.4 350500
SNDZ800
8000 8000

1000B
YDF3132L1-2 7.5 17.1 10000 10000
8000
YDF3132L2-2 10 22.8 10000
Appendix F: Communication Protocol Of MODBUS for SND Range

1 Characteristic
1.1 Mode of transmission: MODBUS RTU
1.2 Physical layer: RS485 (differential, half duplex)
1.3 Data transmission rate (Baud rate) bit/s: 38400, 19200 (default); 9600, 4800 optional
1.4 Unit address: 2~127
1.5 Data format
Coding 8 digit of binary system
Start bit 1 bit
Data bit 8 bit
Parity bit 1 bit (even, odd, no parity )
Stop bit 1 bit
Error checking CRC16
1.6 MODBUS function code supported by unit:
Function code Description Effect
03 Read Hold Register Obtain current binary value from one or more HR
04 Read Input Register Obtain current binary value from one or more IR
06 Write single register Load specific binary value into a single HR
16 Write multi register Load specific binary value into a series of HR

2 Data interchange address and definition


2.1 Input data:
Control word for open , close, and stop Address: 150 (decimal system)
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 3 2 1 0

Bit 0: Close instruction, 1= Run, 0= Stop


Bit 1: Open instruction, 1= Run, 0= Stop
Bit 2: Stop instruction, 1= Stop, 0= invalid
Bit 3: Emergent close instruction, 1= Run, 0= Stop

Control word for position set and run Address: 151 (decimal system)
15 14 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
Bit 15: characteristic bit, shall be set as 0 when transmitting
Bit 14: characteristic bit, shall be set as 1 when transmitting
Bit 0~6: Set value for actuator position, range: 0~100%

2.2 Output data


Status word for electric actuator Address: 160 (decimal system)
-- 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
Bit 0: Signal of full close, 1= position of full close, 0= position of not full close
Bit 1: Signal of full open, 1= position of full open, 0= position of not full open
Bit 2: Alarm for power failure, 1= Alarm, 0= Normal
Bit 3: Alarm for motor overheat, 1= Alarm, 0= Normal
Bit 4: Relay monitor, 1= monitor action of relay, 0= monitor no action of relay
Bit 5: Signal of over torque in closing direction, 1= over toque closing, 0= not over torque closing
Bit 6: Signal of over torque in opening direction, 1= over toque opening, 0= not over torque opening
Bit 7: Signal of local operation, 1= actuator is in local operation status; 0= actuator isnt in local
operation status
Bit 8: Signal of remote operation, 1= actuator is in remote operation status; 0= actuator isnt in remote
operation status
Bit 9: If signal of remote closing is inputting (i.e. If Terminal and on actuator are on), 1= on, 0=
off

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Bit 10: If signal of remote opening is inputting (i.e. If Terminal and on actuator are on), 1= on,
0= off
Bit 11: If signal of remote stop is inputting (i.e. If Terminal and on actuator are on), 1= on, 0=
off
Bit 12 If signal of remote emergent close is inputting (i.e. If Terminal and on actuator are on),
1= on, 0= off
Bit 13 : If signal of Mid 1 is outputting, 1= yes, 0= no
Bit 14 : If signal of Mid 2 is outputting, 1= yes, 0= no

Status word for remote control mode Address: 161 (decimal system)
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 1 0

Value set as00, remote self hold


Value set as01, remote inching
Value set as10, remote two wire control with On-opening style
Value set as11, remote two wire control with On-closing style

Position of actuator Address: 162 (decimal system)


-- -- -- -- -- -- 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0

Bit 0~9: value of actuator position, range: 0~1000(0.0~100.0%)

Percent of torque Address: 163 (decimal system)


-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 6 5 4 3 2 1 0

Bit 0~6: Percent of torque, range: 0~100%

Times of actuator operation Address: 164 (decimal system)


15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0

Range: 0~65535

Times of actuator seating Address: 165 (decimal system)


15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0

Range: 0~65535
Note: Symbol of --means this bit is not used.

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Appendix G: Communication Protocol Of PROFIBUSDP for SND Range
1 General Description
1.1 Protocol PROFIBUS-DP/V0 confirms to Standard JB/T 10308.32005 Digital Data Communication
for Measurement and Control Fieldbus for Use in Industrial System Type 3: PROFIBUS Specification
(IEC61158 TYPE 3: 2002, MOD)
1.2 Standard PROFIBUS-DP drive interface is capable of automatically identifying the baud rates .
Maximum baud rate is 12 M.

2 Main Technical Characteristic


2.1 Mode of transmission: PROFIBUS-DP/V0
2.2 Physical layer: RS485 (differential, half duplex)
Network topology Linear bus, both ends connected to terminal resistance

Medium Shield, twisted pair copper cable, cable type A. Shield may be canceled
according to environment condition (EMC)
No. of station At best 32 each segment without repeater and 126 with repeater.
No. of repeater At best 4 repeater with signal refreshing between 2 site.
Pin connector A, B and GND among 42-pin terminal connector of actuator
Data security HD = 4, parity check bit, start/end delimiter

Characteristic of Type A Cable:


Item Type of cable: A
Characteristic impedance/ 135165
capacitance per unit length/pF/m 30
Loop resistance/km 110
Diameter of cable core/mm 0.64
Sectional area of cable core/mm2 0.34

3 Data transmission rate (Baud rate) bit/s:


Transmission Maximum length of Maximum extension of Remarks
rate of signal network segment /m network/m (with repeater)
9.6 kbit/s 1200 6000

19.2 kbit/s 1200 6000

45.45 kbit/s 1200 6000

93.75 kbit/s 1200 6000

187.5 kbit/s 1000 5000

500 kbit/s 400 2000

1.5 Mbit/s 200 1000

3 Mbit/s 100 500

6 Mbit/s 100 500

12 Mbit/s 100 500 Optional

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4 Equipment address: 1~124

5 Data format
5.1 Type of Message and Frame Format
Cycle time of bus information Tmc:
TMC = [Tsyn + Tidl +(29 + input data byte + output data byte)11+TSDR]Tbitnumber of slave station
=[33+75+(29+ input data byte + output data byte) 11+11] Tbitnumber of slave station
TMC: Cycle time of bus information
Tsyn: synchronizing time
Tidl: Pitch time to resending from master station, representative value 75 Tbit
TSDR: Delay time of slave station, representative value 11 Tbit
Tbit: bit time
All data are transmitted Without interface between single character. The protocol chip conforms to these
rules.
Provided with PROFIBUS-DP/V0 Protocol and via MS0 communication mode, Changzhou-Schneider
Intellectualized Electric Actuators are able to carry out periodic interchange of data between master station
and slave station. Message format provides transmission security of high level to be used for point to point
logical data transmission via SRD service, and for broadcast communication and multicast communication
as well. During broadcast communication, a master station transmits information to all other slave station
teams or to all stlave stations, and in the process of data interchange, the master station carries out global
control of set slave station teams via SDN, meanwhile there is no response.

5.2 Message Format of Electric Actuator (PROFIBUS-DP/V0)


SD LE LEr SDr DA SA FC DSAP SSAP DU FCS ED
68h ** ** 68h ** ** ** ** ** DATA ** 16h

Where:
SD Start delimiter, to distinguish diverse message format
LE Data length, all length of subscriber data including DA, SA, FC, DSAP, SSAP, and DU
LEr Repeat of LE
SDr Repeat of SD
DA Destination address of transmission
SA Source address of starter of frame transmission
FC Range of function code, to identify type of frame
DU Range of user data, to place user data being carried
FCS Frame checking sequence
ED End delimiter
** automatic configuration data provided by master station system

5.3 Definition of User data Field and Data Interchange Format in Electric Actuator
(PROFIBUS-DP/V0) Protocol

Data Format Fetched by Slave Station and Input by Master Station


Message structure of master station request is as follows:
SD LE LEr SDr DA SA FC DSAP SSAP FCS ED
68h ** ** 68h ** ** ** 39h 3Eh ** 16h

Message structure of slave station response is as follows:


SD LE LEr SDr DA SA FC DSAP SSAP DU FCS ED
68h ** ** 68h ** ** ** 3Eh 3Eh 1 2 ** 16h

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The communication is provided with input of 13 bytes and output of 4 bytes:

Serial No. of
Type Content
byte
1 msb Status word for electric
2 lsb actuator
3 msb Status word for remote control
4 lsb mode
5 msb
Travel of actuator
6 lsb
7 msb
Percent of torque
8 lsb
9 msb
Times of actuator operation
10 lsb
Input
content 11 msb
Times of actuator seating
12 lsb
BIT7 Hold
BIT6 Hold
BIT5 Hold
Status BIT4 Hold
13 of DP BIT3 Hold
module BIT2 Hold
BIT1 Hold
Communication status with
BIT0
electric actuator
1 Word of HO Control word for open run,
Output 2 Word of LO close run and stop
content 3 Word of HO Control word for travel set and
4 Word of LO run

Data output form Control Command of electric actuator within DU is as follows (2 word in total) :
(1) Control word for open run, close run and stop (write)
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 3 2 1 0
Bit 0: Close instruction, 1= Run, 0= Stop
Bit 1: Open instruction, 1= Run, 0= Stop
Bit 2: Stop instruction, 1= Stop, 0= invalid
Bit 3: Emergent close instruction, 1= Run, 0= Stop

(2) Control word for Actuator travel set and run (write)
15 14 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
Bit 15: Characteristic bit, shall be set as 0 when transmitting
Bit 14: Characteristic bit, shall be set as 1 when transmitting
Bit 0~6: Set value for actuator travel, range: 0~100%

5.4 Data Format Fetched by Master Station and Input by Slave Station
Message structure of master station request is as follows:
SD LE LEr SDr DA SA FC DSAP SSAP FCS ED
68h ** ** 68h ** ** ** 38h 3Eh ** 16h

Message structure of slave station response is as follows:


SD LE LEr SDr DA SA FC DSAP SSAP DU FCS ED
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68h ** ** 68h ** ** ** 3Eh 38h 16 ** 16h

Data input sequence from State Feedback of electric actuator within DU is as follows (6 word in total):
(1) Status word for electric actuator (read)
-- 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
Bit 0: Signal of full close, 1= position of full close, 0= position of negative full close
Bit 1: Signal of full open, 1= position of full open, 0= position of negative full open
Bit 2: Alarm for power failure, 1= Alarm, 0= Normal
Bit 3: Alarm for motor overheat, 1= Alarm, 0= Normal
Bit 4: Relay monitor, 1= monitor action of relay, 0= monitor no action of relay
Bit 5: Signal of over torque in closing direction, 1= over toque closing, 0= not over torque closing
Bit 6: Signal of over torque in opening direction, 1= over toque opening, 0= not over torque opening
Bit 7: Signal of local operation, 1= actuator is in local operation status; 0= actuator is in negative local
operation status
Bit 8: Signal of remote operation, 1= actuator is in remote operation status; 0= actuator is in negative
remote operation status
Bit 9: If signal of remote closing is inputting, 1= on, 0= off
Bit 10: If signal of remote opening is inputting, 1= on, 0= off
Bit 11: If signal of remote stop is inputting, 1= on, 0= off
Bit 12 If signal of remote emergent closeting is inputting, 1= on, 0= off
Bit 13 : If signal of Mid 1 is inputting, 1= yes, 0= no
Bit 14 : If signal of Mid 2 is inputting, 1= yes, 0= no

(2) Status word for remote control mode (read)


-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 1 0
Value set as00, remote self hold
Value set as01, remote inching
Value set as10, remote two wire control with On-opening style
Value set as11, remote two wire control with On-closing style

(3) Travel of actuator (read)


-- -- -- -- -- -- 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
Bit 0~9: Travel of actuator, range: 0~ 1000 (0.0~100.0%)
(4) Percent of torque (read)
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
Bit 0~6: Percent of torque, range: 0~100%
(5) Times of actuator operation (read)
15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
Bit 0~15: Times of actuator operation, range: 0~65535
(6) Times of actuator seating (read)
15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0
Bit 0~15: Times of actuator seating, range: 0~65535
Note: Symbol of --means this bit is not used.

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