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Question Wiring of Torque Motor

Does anyone have any idea how to wire the Belimo Torque motor? Can we just use the 1st 3 pins? Sorry we're clueless, we're just looking for somewhere to start....


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The Torque Motor should have a diagram on it. If I rember correctly, it is the first two pins. We hooked one up to see just how slow it goes. Let Me Tell You: That thing is SLOW! Good Luck! 8)
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Cut a PWM cable in two pieces, then use the female end to plug to the torque motor. I believe you plug it into pins 1, 2 and 3, using two of them as positive and negative. There is a drawing of the polarity right above those pins, follow it.
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This link may just confuse you more but here it is!

HOOKUP: http://www.belimo.com/mft/Specificat...SpecControlVDC

SPECS:
http://www.belimo.com/mft/ActuatorDe...roduct_ID=4764





http://www.belimo.com/mft/ActuatorSe...es=LM&Spring=0

A pic and the 250 price now dats outragous!!!!!!!!!!!!!!\



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