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A new actuator line for small valves and multitasking

By Mary Page Bailey and Gerald Ondrey |

Siemens

This company has upgraded its range of SSA actuators for small valves by adding new features for more energy-efficient and versatile hydronic-room applications. The updated SSA actuators now offer more flexibility due to their broad control possibilities — from analog control to KNX communication capabilities for room solutions and fast integration into connected systems. While using the same cable for communication and power, the user saves time and cost, says the company. Thanks to the “nightmode” operating configuration, the actuators are more silent than ever, with less than 28 dB acoustical emissions. This makes them ideal for use in noise-sensitive areas. New functionalities, such as feedback signal and the possibility of switching to manual mode, save time and costs. — Siemens AG, Berlin and Munich, Germany

www.siemens.com

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