High-Pressure Supervised Latching Actuator
This patented actuator accommodates systems with operating pressures of up to 300 bar and features fully-engaged installation detection.
The high-pressure supervised latching actuator signals the system panel if it has not been installed correctly. It is designed with an internal supervisory feature that eliminates the need for an additional component or electrical connection. This durable actuator features an ultra-fast response time and the ability to be reset. Its interfacing options are customizable to fit your system.
Features and Benefits
- UL 864 Recognized Component
- Fully-engaged installation detection
- Compatible with CO2 systems
- Ultra-fast response
- Integrated supervision with 6-wire standard
- Full metal enclosure with factory installed wiring
- Resettable for future use
- Component freely rotates for easy installation
- Designed to safeguard against tampering
- Engineering expertise to help achieve UL, FM, CE, LPCB, & VDE certifications and listings
All TLX components are customized to fit system requirements, meaning technical specifications are unique to each customer and design. Examples given on our website are for illustration purposes only.
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Engineering expertise to help achieve UL, FM, CE, LPCB, & VDE certifications and listings.
Optimization of actuators and solenoids for applications that require high pressure and high speed in challenging environments.
Fully-engaged installation detected through integrated supervisory component as required. Designed to safeguard against tampering.
Designed to handle various actuation force requirements. Durable components can be reset for future use.
Limiting Power Consumption
Latching technology utilized to minimize overall power consumption.
Interfacing options available to meet system dimensional differences. Optional manual actuation assembly and reset tool attachment.