120VAC On/Off Electric Actuator, 0° to 140°F, 53 in.-lb., 15 sec. Nominal, 15 sec. Spring Return, In
- Item# 5WYE1
- Mfr. Model# GND221.1U
- Catalog Page# 3798
- UNSPSC# 31251502
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- Item Electric Actuator
- Mounting Type Direct Mount
- Spring Return Yes
- Shaft Type Set Screw Shaft Coupling
- Torque 53 in.-lb.
- Stroke Deg. 90
- Height 8"
- Width 3-1/4"
- Depth 2-1/2"
- Electrical Connections 3 ft. 18 AWG Lead
- Signal Type On/Off
- Ambient Temp. Range 0 Degrees to 140 Degrees F
- Power Consumption 20VA Running and Holding
- Timing 15 sec. Nominal, 15 sec. Spring Return
- Voltage 120VAC
- For Use With Dampers that Require Up to 53 in.-lb. Torque
- Replaces Honeywell Motors Mfr. No. ML6161
- Includes Hex Key
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