It is designed to operate on a 24V power supply. However, you mentioned “220V” in your question, which is a different voltage rating. Please note that it’s important to use the correct voltage for the specific actuator model you have, as using the wrong voltage can damage the device and potentially pose safety risks.
24V Honeywell 2 Way Electric Valve Actuator
General applications and uses OF Honeywell 2 Way Electric Valve Actuator 24V
Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning (HVAC) Systems:
The actuator can be used to control the flow of hot or cold water in heating or cooling systems. It can regulate the flow through radiators, fan coil units, air handling units, or underfloor heating systems.
The actuator can control the flow of water in plumbing systems, such as directing water flow to specific pipes, controlling zone valves, or diverting water between different lines.
In industrial settings, the actuator can be employed to control the flow of liquids or gases in various processes, including manufacturing, chemical processing, and water treatment systems.
The actuator can be utilized in automated irrigation systems to control the flow of water to different sections or zones, ensuring efficient watering of plants and landscapes.
Fire Protection Systems:
The actuator can be integrated into fire suppression systems to open or close valves, allowing the release of fire extinguishing agents, such as water or foam, in case of a fire emergency.
These are just a few examples of the potential applications for a 24V Honeywell 2 Way Electric Valve Actuator. The specific size (1 inch, 1/2 inch, 1.1/4 inch, 3/4 inch) refers to the compatible valve size that the actuator can operate with, indicating the diameter of the valve it can control. It’s essential to choose the appropriate size based on the valve dimensions in your system.