Honeywell M9491 manual

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  • Page 1

    Honeywell M9484 AND M9494 MODUTROL MOTORS ARE LOW VOLTAGE, REVERSING PROPORTIONAL CONTROL ACTUATORS [...]

  • Page 2

    STANDARD MODELS control Type T TTLix Letter 94 is Series 90 ~~ I Power Rating 8 is high torque 150 l[...]

  • Page 3

    AUXILIARY SWITCH RATINGS (amperes): M94XXE has 1 spdt switch. M94XXF has 2 spdt switches. ONE CONTAC[...]

  • Page 4

    f--- 5.37 [136] ADAPTER BRACKET FIG. 1-UIMtNSIUNS IN In. NOTE: M9481, M9491 do not have auxiliary sh[...]

  • Page 5

    NON SPRING RETURN MOTORS E373C FIG. 2-LIMITS OF MOTOR ROTATION. ADAPTER BRACKET The220738A Adaptor B[...]

  • Page 6

    Y BOLTS PROVIDED (4) WIRING BOX MOTOR MACHINE SCREWS OR BOLTS. LTS SECURING BRACKET TO LINKAGE. M 31[...]

  • Page 7

    CLOSE LIMIT D I R E CTION OF MOTOR TRAVEL AS VIEWED FROM POW E R E N D . & CONNECT 24V POWER TO [...]

  • Page 8

    AUXILIARY SWITC H CONNECTIONS supplies to de-energize the The M9484E has 1 internal auxiliary switch[...]

  • Page 9

    MOVE SCREWDRIVE R AT TOP ONLY TO ADJUST CAM: l/8 IN . STRAIGHT BLADE SCREWDRIVER OUTER STROKE OUTER [...]

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    IMPORTANT Set cams by moving top of screwdriver only. Press- ing screwdriver against sides of cam sl[...]

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    n 1 POWER SUPPLY. PROVlDE DISCONNECT MEANS AND OVERLOAD PROTECTION AS REQUIRED. n 2 TRANSFORMER MAY [...]

  • Page 12

    4074EED RESISTOR SELECTION CHART FOR 4-20 mA MIINIMUM OUTPUT VOLTAGE REQUIRED MOTORS (Vdc)b RESISTOR[...]