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Explosion-proof versions
Multi-turn actuators SAEx and multi-turn actuator combinations
(SAEx 07.2 - SAEx 16.2, SAEx 25.1 - 40.1: 10Nm~16,000Nm / Multi-turn actuator with GK or GST: Up to 32,000Nm)
Looking back on more than 30 years of experience, AUMA has acquired a comprehensive know-how in the field of explosion protection.  With its quality management system which has been certified according to ISO 9001 and CD 94/9/EC, AUMA meets all the requirements for manufacturing and selling explosion-proof products.

Actuators of the type range SA ... Ex 07.1 - SA ... Ex 16.1 can be combined with explosion-proof controls. From simple OPEN-CLOSE control to the micro-controlled version with logging of operating data or fieldbus interface.

In combination with explosion-proof bevel gearboxes GK or the spur gearboxes GST, the direction or the angle between drive shaft and output drive shaft can be changed.

Design features :
▫ Torque range from 10 Nm to 32,000 Nm
▫ Output speeds from 4 to 180 rpm
▫ Limit and torque seating 
▫ Available with 3-ph AC motors
▫ Handwheel for manual operation

Ambient conditions :
▫ High enclosure protection
▫ High quality corrosion protection
▫ Wide ambient temperature ranges

Options:
▫ Intermediate position switches
▫ Switches in tandem version
▫ Remote position transmitter 
▫ Magnetic limit and torque transmitter 
▫ Mechanical position indicator

Interfaces :
▫ Electrical connection via AUMA plug/ socket connector with terminal board (optionally plug-in terminal connection)
▫ Plug cover with threads for cable glands
▫ Output drive types according to ISO and DIN standard


SA ...  Ex 07.1- SA .... Ex 16.1
II2G EEx de IIC T4
II2G c IIC T4



SAEx 25.1 - SAEx 40.1
II2G EEx de IIB T4
II2G c IIB T4



SA ... Ex / GST
II2G EEx de IIC T4
II2G c IIC T4



SA ... Ex / GK
II2G EEx de IIC T4
II2G c IIC T4

Following pdf files are the parts of technical sheets in this products.
Regarding these parts, customers can get more technical data sheets in "information center"
or AUMA website. (www.auma.com)