FlowCon FH Actuators

FlowCon FH
for FlowCon Green

  • For FlowCon Green.3
  • Electrical actuators, 24V
  • 0(2)-10V modulating, 3-point floating or 2-position
  • Standard with feedback
  • Standard with override
  • Settable control characteristics (linear control or equal percentage control)
  • Settable control direction (NO/NC)
  • Optional failsafe (NO/NC)
  • Optional bus, BACnet or Modbus
  • Auto cycle available
  • Position indicator
  • IP54, 360º

FlowCon FH
for FlowCon FIT-G

  • For FlowCon FIT-G DN40-50 (1 1/2"-2")
  • Electrical actuators, 24V
  • 2-10V modulating input
  • 2-10V feedback
  • Standard with override
  • Linear control characteristics
  • Settable control direction (NO/NC)
  • Optional failsafe (NO/NC)
  • Auto cycle available
  • Position indicator
  • IP54, 360º

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