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Ball Valve, Electronic , 3/4 In FNPT

WATERCOP

Price: $258.50 / each

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  • Item # 46Z633
  • Mfr. Model # EHW24AJP01
  • UNSPSC # 40141607
  • Catalog Page # 4018
  • Shipping Weight 4.06 lbs.
Country of Origin USACountry of Origin is subject to change.

Technical Specs

  • ItemElectronic Actuated Ball Valve
  • Body MaterialLow Lead Brass
  • Pipe Size3/4"
  • Number of Ports2
  • PortFull
  • Voltage115-120 VAC
  • Number of Bolt Holes4
  • ConnectionFNPT
  • MountDirect / Integral
  • Seat MaterialRTFE
  • Rated For125 psi CWP
  • StandardsNSF61g, NEMA 4, ISO 5211, AB1953, RoHs, Vermont S.0152 Lead Free, Maryland HB.372 Lead Free, Louisiana HB.471, Reduction of Lead in Drinking Water Act S.3874, Section 116875 of the California Health & Safety Code, ANSI 372
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Compliance and Restrictions

  • This product contains a chemical that is regulated under California Proposition 65.

    Warning: This product contains a chemical known to the State of California to cause cancer.

Details

Low-Lead Electrically Actuated Light-Duty Brass Ball Valves

• Max. pressure: 125 psi CWP NEMA 4 rated housing
2-pc., full-port valves have RTFE seats and mount in any position. Pigtail connection for quick wiring. 25% duty cycle. Suitable for water, oil, and gas applications. FNPT threaded.
NSF 61g Listed. Certified for use in potable water applications.
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Does this valve when powered up turn on to allow water to flow, then when power supply is turned off will it return to off position on its own to stop water flow? If not can you recommend a valve. Thanks
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This actuated ball valve requires 115 vac switched with a single pole double throw switching action. From your description I would think a solenoid valve normally closed is more of what you are looking for please consider Grainger item number 4EKV5.
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This electronic ball valve could be set up normally open or normally close depending on how it is wired. The valve would require a single pole double throw (SPDT) switching action to cycle the valve from close to open or open to close.
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