63 2740—05 MS4104, MS4109, MS4604, MS4609, MS8104, MS8109 Fast Acting, Two Position Actuators

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PRODUCT DATA
63-2740-05
N314
MS4104, MS4109, MS4604, MS4609, MS8104,
MS8109 Fast-Acting, Two-Position Actuators
FOR FIRE/SMOKE CONTROL APPLICATIONS
APPLICATION
The MS4104, MS4109, MS4604, MS4609, MS8104 and
MS8109 Fast-Acting, Two-Position Actuators are spring return
direct coupled actuators (DCA) for Fire and Smoke dampers
(on/off control). The actuator accepts an on/off signal from a
single-pole, single-throw (SPST) controller. Reversible
mounting allows actuator to be used for either clockwise (cw)
or counterclockwise (ccw) spring rotation.
FEATURES
30 lb-in. (3.4 N•m) or 80 lb-in. (9 N•m) minimum driving
torque at 350°F (176°C).
Reversible mounting facilitates use in either clockwise
(cw) or counterclockwise (ccw) spring rotation.
Integral spring return ensures level of return torque.
Fifteen-second spring return timing.
No special cycling required during long-term holding.
(See Operation section.)
No audible noise during holding.
Patent pending design eliminates need for limit
switches to reduce power consumption.
Models available for 24, 120, and 230 Vac.
Ninety-five degree angle of rotation.
Actuator holds rated torque at reduced power level.
Die-cast aluminum housing.
Housing design allows flush mounting to damper.
Designed to operate reliably in smoke control systems
requiring Underwriter’s Laboratories Inc. UL555S
ratings up to 350°F.
Models available with SPST position-indicating
switches (7°, 85° stroke).
Contents
Application ........................................................................ 1
Features ........................................................................... 1
Specifications ................................................................... 2
Ordering Information ........................................................ 2
Installation ........................................................................ 4
Operation .......................................................................... 6
Checkout .......................................................................... 6
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ORDERING INFORMATION
When purchasing replacement and modernization products from your TRADELINE® wholesaler or distributor, refer to the
TRADELINE® Catalog or price sheets for complete ordering number. If you have additional questions, need further information,
or would like to comment on our products or services, please write or phone:
1. Your local Honeywell Environmental and Combustion Controls Sales Office (check white pages of your phone directory).
2. Honeywell Customer Care
1985 Douglas Drive North
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55422-4386
3. http://customer.honeywell.com or http://customer.honeywell.ca
International Sales and Service Offices in all principal cities of the world. Manufacturing in Belgium, Canada, China, Czech
Republic, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Mexico, Netherlands, United Kingdom, and United States.
SPECIFICATIONS
Models: See Table 1.
Table 1. Models.
a Internal switches are designed to pass UL555S
requirements (at 350°F for 30 minutes) and are intended for
use as position indication.
Dimensions: See Fig. 1.
Minimum Damper Shaft Length: 2 in. (51 mm).
Device Weight: 5 lb (2.3 kg).
Stroke: 95° ± 3°, mechanically limited.
Electrical Ratings: See Table 2.
Electrical Connections:
Power Lead Wires:
MS410xF and MS460xF: 32 inches (0.8m), 18 AWG
MS810xF: 39 inches (1m), 18 AWG
Switch Lead Wires: 18 inches, 18 AWG, 2 color coded leads
Mounting: Round 1/2 inch shaft adapter with 1/4 inch set
screws.
Threads: ¼-20 UNC-2A
Material: Alloy Steel hardened to HRC 45-53
Thread Lock: Nylon Patch
IMPORTANT
Honeywell does not recommend using linkages with
these actuators because side-loading of the output
hub reduces actuator life.
Temperature Ratings:
Ambient: 0°F to 130°F (-18°C to 55°C).
Shipping and Storage: -40°F to 140°F (-40°C to 60°C).
IMPORTANT
The actuator is designed to meet UL555S standards
at 350°F (176°C). The actuator must be tested with
the damper to achieve this rating.
Humidity Ratings: 5% to 95% RH noncondensing.
Noise Rating (Maximum):
Driving Open: 75 dBA at 1m.
Holding: 20 dBA at 1m (no audible noise).
Controller Type:
MS4104, MS4109: Line voltage (120 Vac),
two-position, SPST (Series 40).
MS4604, MS4609: Line voltage (230 Vac),
two-position, SPST (Series 40).
MS8104, MS8109: Low voltage (24 Vac),
two-position, SPST (Series 80).
Table 2. MS4104, MS4109, MS4604, MS4609, MS8104 and
MS8109 DCA Models.
Model
Voltage
(Vac)
Internal Auxiliary
Switches
MS4104F1010 120 None
MS4104F1210 120 2 SPSTa
MS4109F1010 120 None
MS4109F1210 120 2 SPSTa
MS4604F1010 230 None
MS4604F1210 230 2 SPSTa
MS4609F1010 230 None
MS4609F1210 230 2 SPSTa
MS8104F1010 24 None
MS8104F1210 24 2 SPSTa
MS8109F1010 24 None
MS8109F1210 24 2 SPSTa
Model
Power Consumption Torque
in lb-in.
(Nm)
Voltage
Input
in VacRunning Holding
MS4104F 0.18A, 18W 0.11A, 9W 30 (3.4) 120 ±10%,
50/60 Hz
MS4109F 0.25A, 23W 0.13A, 7W 80 (9)
MS4604F 0.13A, 18W 0.10A, 11W 30 (3.4) 230 ±10%,
50/60 Hz
MS4609F 0.13A, 23W 0.09A, 7W 80 (9)
MS8104F 16 VA 8 VA 30 (3.4) 24Vac/dc +20%,
-10%, 50/60 Hz
MS8109F 23 VA 7 VA 80 (9)
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Torque Rating (at rated voltage):
Spring Return:
MS4104F, MS4604F, MS8104F: 30 lb-in. (3.4 N•m).
MS4109F, MS4609F, MS8109: 80 lb-in. (9 N•m).
Stall Maximum:
MS4104F, MS4604F, MS8104F: 150 lb-in. (17 N•m).
MS4109F, MS4609F, MS8109: 240 lb-in. (27 N•m).
350°F Driving:
MS4104F, MS4604F, MS8104F: 30 lb-in. (3.4 N•m).
MS4109F, MS4609F, MS8109: 80 lb-in. (9 N•m).
Timing (At Rated Torque and Voltage):
Drive Open: 15 seconds typical.
Spring Close: 15 seconds typical.
Cycling Requirements:
The actuator and the internal spring are designed to require no
special cycling during long-term holding.
Honeywell recommends following all local, state and national
codes for periodic testing of the entire smoke control sys-
tem. Refer to National Fire Protection Association (NFPA)
National Fire Codes®: NFPA90A, NFPA92A and NFPA92B
for your application.
NFPA recommends periodic examination of each fire/smoke
damper (semi-annually or annually) to ensure proper perfor-
mance.
Design Life (at Rated Voltage): 30,000 full stroke cycles.
Approvals: See Table 3.
Environmental Protection Ratings: See Table 4.
Accessories:
205649 Mounting Bracket (not supplied with actuator).
Table 3. Approvals.
Table 4. Environmental Ratings.
Fig. 1. MS4104, MS4109, MS4604, MS4609, MS8104 and
MS8109 dimensional drawing in in. (mm).
MS4104F,
MS4109F
MS4604F,
MS4609F
MS8104F,
MS8109F
UL/cUL X X X
UL60730 X X X
CE X X X
C-Tick X X X
All Devices
MS4104, MS4109, MS4604,
MS4609, MS8104 and
MS8109
NEMA1 IP40
M34622
2 (51)
1 (25)
90°0°
11/16
(17)
6-3/8
(161)
8-15/16
(227)
4 (102)
2 (51) 1/16
(2)
3-1/4 (83)
5-1/8 (130)
9/16 (14)
MS4104, MS4109, MS4604, MS4609, MS8104, MS8109 FAST-ACTING, TWO-POSITION ACTUATORS
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INSTALLATION
When Installing this Product...
1. Read these instructions carefully. Failure to follow
them could damage the product or cause a hazardous
condition.
2. Check the ratings given in the instructions and on the
product to make sure the product is suitable for your
application.
3. Installer must be a trained, experienced service
technician.
4. After installation is complete, check out product
operation as provided in these instructions.
IMPORTANT
All wiring must agree with applicable codes,
ordinances and regulations.
WARNING
Electrical Power Hazard.
Line voltage can cause death or serious injury
and short equipment circuitry.
Disconnect power supply before installation.
CAUTION
Electrical Shock or Equipment Damage Hazard.
Low voltage can shock individuals or short
equipment circuitry.
Disconnect power supply before installation.
Location and Mounting
The actuators are designed to open a damper by driving the
damper shaft in either clockwise or counterclockwise
direction. The actuator housing has two slots on the
bottom that, with a 205649 Mounting Bracket, secure it flush to
a damper box (see Fig. 2). When mounted correctly, these
slots allow the actuator to float without rotating relative to the
damper shaft.
CAUTION
Equipment Damage Hazard.
Tightly securing actuator to damper housing can
damage actuator.
Mount actuator to allow it to float along its vertical axis.
Fig. 2. Mounting actuator to damper housing.
Preparation
Before mounting the actuator onto the damper shaft,
determine the:
Damper/valve opening direction for correct spring
return rotation. The actuator can be mounted to provide
clockwise or counterclockwise spring return.
Damper shaft size (see Specifications section).
M34623
ENSURE THAT MOUNTING ASSEMBLY PREVENTS ACTUATOR
ROTATION AND ALLOWS ACTUATOR TO FLOAT ALONG
INDICATED AXIS. WHEN TOO TIGHT, THE RESULTING BINDING
CAN DAMAGE THE ACTUATOR OR REDUCE TORQUE OUTPUT.
ACCESSORY MOUNTING BRACKET IS NOT SUPPLIED WITH
THE ACTUATOR.
1
1
2
90
°
2
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Installation
CAUTION
Device Malfunction Hazard.
Improper set screw tightening causes device
malfunction.
Ensure damper blade is in the correct position and
tighten set screws with proper torque to prevent
damper shaft slippage.
CAUTION
Actuator Damage Hazard.
Using actuator as shaft bearing causes device
damage.
Use actuator only to supply rotational torque. Avoid any
side loads to actuator output coupling bearings.
To install actuator, proceed as follows:
1. Place actuator over damper shaft; and hold mounting
bracket in place. See Fig. 2.
2. Mark screw holes on damper housing.
3. Remove actuator and mounting bracket.
4. Drill or center-punch holes for mounting screws (or use
no.10 self-tapping sheet metal screws).
5. Turn damper blades to desired normal (closed) position.
6. Place actuator and mounting bracket back into position
and secure bracket to damper box with sheet metal
screws.
7. Tighten set screws securely into damper shaft using min-
imum 100 lb-in., maximum 130 lb-in. torque. Use
1/4 in. wrench (see Specifications for details) to tighten
set screws.
Wiring
See Fig. 3 through 5 for typical wiring diagrams.
WARNING
Electrical Power Hazard.
Line voltage can cause death or serious injury and
short equipment circuitry.
Disconnect power supply before installation.
CAUTION
Electrical Shock or Equipment Damage Hazard.
Low voltage can shock individuals or short
equipment circuitry.
Disconnect power supply before installation.
IMPORTANT
1. All wiring must comply with local electrical codes,
ordinances and regulations.
2. Voltage and frequency of transformer must corre-
spond with the characteristics of power supply and
actuator.
3. Use wires rated for at least 75°C (167°F).
4. The conduit fittings are designed for use with 3/8 in.
reduced-wall steel or aluminum flexible conduit.
Fig. 3. Typical 24 Vac wiring.
Fig. 4. Typical 120 Vac wiring.
Fig. 5. Typical 230 Vac wiring.
WHITE
BLACK
GREEN
L1
( )
L2 ( )
YELLOW
YELLOW
BLUE
BLUE
7° AUXILIARY
SWITCH
85° AUXILIARY
SWITCH
120 VAC
M34625
M34626
BLUE
BROWN
GREEN
230 VAC
L1
( )
L2 ( )
YELLOW
YELLOW
BLUE
BLUE
7° AUXILIARY
SWITCH
85° AUXILIARY
SWITCH
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OPERATION
The MS4104, MS4109, MS4604, MS4609, MS8104 and
MS8109 DCA are designed for use in Smoke Control Systems.
If power fails, the actuator spring returns to the 0° position. The
actuator mounts flush with the damper box. The actuator drives
from 0° to 95° and spring returns back to 0°.
The actuators are operated by an spst two-position controller.
When using an spst two-position controller, the actuator drives
to the damper fully open position when controller contact
makes and spring returns to the damper fully closed position
when controller contact breaks. The actuator drops to holding
power level on detection of stall, independent of hub position.
Cycling
The actuator and the internal spring are designed so that no
special cycling during long-term holding is required. Honeywell
recommends following all local, state, and national codes for
periodic testing of the entire smoke control system. Refer to
National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) National Fire
Codes®: NFPA90A, NFPA92A, and NFPA92B for your
application.
NOTE: The actuator is designed to operate for 30 min-
utes during a one-time excursion to 350°F (176°C).
CHECKOUT
MS4104F, MS4109F (120 Vac model)
1. Check damper position.
2. Connect 120 Vac to the black and white leadwires to
drive the damper to the open position. The actuator
should drive the damper.
3. If the actuator does not spring return, verify that the actu-
ator is properly installed. See Installation section.
4. If the actuator is correctly installed but neither runs nor
spring returns, replace the actuator.
MS4604F, MS4609F (230 Vac model)
1. Check damper position.
2. Connect 230 Vac to the blue and brown leadwires to
drive the damper to the open position. The actuator
should drive the damper.
3. If the actuator does not spring return, verify that the actu-
ator is properly installed. See Installation section.
4. If the actuator is correctly installed but neither runs nor
spring returns, replace the actuator.
MS8104F, MS8109F (24 Vac model)
1. Check damper position.
2. Connect 24 Vac to the red and black leadwires to drive
the damper to the open position. The actuator should
drive the damper.
3. If the actuator does not spring return, verify that the actu-
ator is properly installed. See Installation section.
4. If the actuator is correctly installed but neither runs nor
spring returns, replace the actuator.
National Fire Codes® is a registered trademark of the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA).
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