A control mechanism (operated by a control signal) and an energy supply are necessary for an actuator. The control signal has a low energy level and can be produced by electrical voltage or current, pneumatic or hydraulic fluid pressure, or even by human power.
Electric current, hydraulic pressure, or pneumatic pressure are all potential sources of power for it. Typically, the control device is a valve.
An actuator responds to a control signal by transforming the energy of the source into mechanical motion. It is a type of automation or automatic control in the electric, hydraulic, and pneumatic senses.
An actuator is a component of a machine or equipment that aids in generating mechanical force by converting energy, frequently electrical, air, or hydraulic energy. It is, to put it simply, the part of any machine that permits movement.
Pneumatic control, hydraulic control, motor control, and variable frequency drives are examples of actuators. These kinds of actuators cover components including valves, dampers, motors (and other electrical loads), and pumps, which make up the majority of plant applications.
The Global Digital Actuators market accounted for $XX Billion in 2022 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2023 to 2030.
The digital actuator NovoCon S is custom-made to match Danfoss AB-QM balancing and control valves, the world leader in pressure independent balancing and control valves, and provides the ideal link between better hydronic HVAC system performance and smart building automation solutions.
At best, conventional controlled actuators provide the BMS room controller with an analogue feedback signal. Instead, via BACnet or Modbus, the NovoCon S provides a number of digital system parameters directly to the building management system. For instance, correct data on the actuator/valve position, settings, temperatures, alerts, etc. are exchanged.
The transition to smart linked buildings with continuous monitoring, energy management, and preventive maintenance at the greatest degree of comfort and with the lowest operating costs depends on NovoCon.
Many different building types, including workplaces, hotels, and hospitals, can use the digital actuators. Additionally, at supermarkets, shopping centres, museums, universities, cruise ships, and data centres.
Numerous HVAC systems, including Air Handling Units (AHU), Fan Coil Units (FCU), Chilled Ceilings, Chilled Beams, Radiant Panels, and Four-Pipe Changeover Systems, can use NovoCon S.
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