Thermostatic radiator valve (TRV) wired actuator head, 230/240V AC


Thermostatic radiator valve (TRV) wired actuator head, 230/240V AC 1

£54.87

The TRVE240-S is a reliable TRV actuator for HeatingSave wired TRV’s.  It is fitted to the TRV valve using almost no force due to the Low-Force-Locking (LFL) connector and supports a TRV valve with M30 x 1.5 thread with automatic adjustment of the closing dimension.

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Product Code: TRVE240-S

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Product Description

The TRVE240-S is a reliable TRV actuator for HeatingSave wired TRV’s.  It is fitted to the TRV valve using almost no force due to the Low-Force-Locking (LFL) connector and supports TRV valves with M30 x 1.5 thread with automatic adjustment of the closing dimension. The closing dimension is compensated mechanically. While the bayonet ring is being turned, a compensation pin is released in the actuator.

The thermal actuators are suitable for efficient control with medium-inertia systems, such as radiators, chilled beams and radiant cooling ceilings, as well as for inert systems, such as panel heating and cooling systems or thermoactive building systems (TABS). With the proper control strategy, the actuators contribute to energy savings.

The TRVE240-S cover is used as the biggest possible position indicator. It is clearly visible from all positions and can be felt in the dark. With the “normally closed” model, the cover rises and the grey lifting part becomes visible. With a full lift, the cover is up to 5 mm above the top edge of the plug. With the “normally open” model, the cover falls until it is level with the top edge of the plug. The grey lifting part is no longer visible.

The TRVE240-S is available in NC (normally closed) and NO (normally open) versions:

NC version “normally closed”
After the actuator is fitted, the VUL/BUL valves (or standard radiator valves) are closed in the idle state. When voltage is applied to
the actuator, the actuator spindle moves in and the valve spindle moves out, and the valve is opened.
Valve state with actuator without power: Closed.

NO version “normally open”
After the actuator is fitted, the VUL/BUL valves (or standard radiator valves) are open in the idle state. When voltage is applied to
the actuator, the actuator spindle moves out and pushes the valve spindle, and the valve is closed.
Valve state with actuator without power: Open.

The runtime behaviour for the 230V / 240V ACV model is slightly shorter than the 24 V model, taking 3.5 Min (to achieve a stroke of 4.5 mm).
KEY FEATURES

  • Fitted to the TRV valve using almost no force due to the Low-Force-Locking (LFL) connector
  • Fitted onto TRV valve with M30 x 1.5 thread with automatic adjustment of the closing dimension
  • Pushing force Max. 125 N
  • 230V / 240V AC thermal expansion element with low current draw
  • Large visible position indicator to see if the TRV is open or closed
  • Silent and maintenance-free
  • Including bayonet nut made of plastic M30 × 1.5

Specifications

Power supply 230V / 240V AC~

±15%, 50…60 Hz

Power consumption during operation

2.5 W (230V / 240V ACV~)

Starting power 230V / 240V ACV~

40 W/40 VA

Start-up current 230V / 240V ACV~

150 mA

Stroke

Max. 4.5 mm

Operating temperature at valve

100 °C Max.

Storage and transport temperature

–25…70 °C

Admissible ambient temperature

0…50 °C

Housing

Pure white (RAL 9010) or jet black (RAL 9005)
High-gloss surface (FV-0 as per EN 60707 and V-0 as per UL94)

Housing material

Fire-retardant plastic

Power cable

Standard length 0.8 m (AXT201), 1 m (AXT211, H03…), PVC, 2 x 0.50 mm², white/black

Type of protection

IP54 (EN 60529)

Protection class 230V / 240V ACV

III (EN 60730-1)

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1 Comment

  1. Terence Flavell

    We have clients wishing to control radiators using our WiREMS room occupancy controls. Is this product suitable for fitting to existing radiator valves or does the complete valve need to be replaced

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