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Direct Coupled Damper Actuator, 24VAC/DC


Price: $174.50 / each

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  • Item # 2LRZ2
  • Mfr. Model # 2LRZ2
  • UNSPSC # 40101504
  • Catalog Page # 4311
  • Shipping Weight 6.15 lbs.
Country of Origin USACountry of Origin is subject to change.

Technical Specs

  • ItemTwo-Position Actuator
  • TypeDirect-Coupled Spring-Return
  • Shaft TypeWill Accommodate Shaft Size Up To 1/2" Round
  • Torque (In.-Lbs.)30
  • Stroke Deg.95
  • Height (In.)6-3/4
  • Width (In.)3-7/8
  • Depth (In.)2-1/4
  • Electrical Connections(2) Color Coded 3 Ft, 18 AWG Leads
  • Signal TypeON/Off
  • Ambient Temp. Range (F)22 to 122
  • Power Consumption7.0 VA
  • Timing (Sec.)75
  • Voltage24VAC/DC
  • For Use WithControl Dampers
  • IncludesExternal and Internal Mounting Kit
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