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  • Universal PneumaticRotary Actuators

    Operating Instructions

    Actuators & PositionersModels UP1/2/3/4/5/6/7

  • Copyright 2011 ABB Inc. [June, 2011]

    Trademarks and Registrations

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    Dow Corning is a registered trademark of Dow Corning Corporation. GE and Silmate are registered trademarks of General Electric Corporation Loctite is a registered trademark of the Loctite Corporation.

    WARNING notices as used in this manual apply to hazards or unsafe practices which could result in personalinjury or death.

    CAUTION notices apply to hazards or unsafe practices which could result in property damage.

    NOTES highlight procedures and contain information which assist the operator in understanding the informa-tion contained in this manual.

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    WARNING

    POSSIBLE PROCESS UPSETS. Maintenance must be performed only by qualified personnel and only aftersecuring equipment controlled by this product. Adjusting or removing this product while it is in the system mayupset the process being controlled. Some process upsets may cause injury or damage.

    NOTICE

    The information contained in this document is subject to change without notice.

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    This document contains proprietary information of ABB Inc., and is issued in strict confidence. Its use, or repro-duction for use, for the reverse engineering, development or manufacture of hardware or software describedherein is prohibited. No part of this document may be photocopied or reproduced without the prior written con-sent of ABB Inc..

  • READ FIRST

    WARNING

    INSTRUCTION MANUALSDo not install, maintain or operate this equipment without reading,

    understanding and following the proper factory-supplied instructions and manuals, otherwise injury or damage may result.

    RETURN OF EQUIPMENTAll equipment being returned to the factory for repair must be free of any hazardous materials (acids, alkalis, solvents, etc.). A Material Safety Data

    Sheet (MSDS) for all process liquids must accompany returned equipment. Contact the factory for authorization prior to returning equipment.

    Read these instructions before starting installation;save these instructions for future reference.

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  • Table of Contents

    PageSECTION 1 - INTRODUCTION............................................................................................... 1-1

    OVERVIEW .................................................................................................................... 1-1INTENDED USER .......................................................................................................... 1-1EQUIPMENT DESCRIPTION......................................................................................... 1-1FEATURES..................................................................................................................... 1-2EQUIPMENT APPLICATION.......................................................................................... 1-2INSTRUCTION CONTENT............................................................................................. 1-2HOW TO USE THIS INSTRUCTION.............................................................................. 1-3REFERENCE DOCUMENTS ......................................................................................... 1-3NOMENCLATURE.......................................................................................................... 1-4SPECIFICATIONS.......................................................................................................... 1-6OPTIONS AND ACCESSORIES.................................................................................... 1-8SHIPPING WEIGHTS................................................................................................... 1-10STROKE TIME GRAPHS ............................................................................................. 1-11

    SECTION 2 - DESCRIPTION and OPERATION .................................................................... 2-1INTRODUCTION ............................................................................................................ 2-1

    Types UP_ _A and UP_ _ B Actuators .................................................................... 2-2Types UP_ _ C and UP_ _ D Actuators ................................................................... 2-2Type UP_ _E Actuators............................................................................................ 2-2Type UP_ _U, W, Y, Z Actuators ............................................................................. 2-2Types UP_ _5, UP_ _6 and UP_ _F Actuators ........................................................ 2-2Types UP_ _8, UP_ _9 and UP_ _G Actuators ....................................................... 2-2 Type UP6_ _0 Slave Actuators ............................................................................... 2-3

    SECTION 3 - INSTALLATION................................................................................................ 3-1INTRODUCTION ............................................................................................................ 3-1UNPACKING AND INSPECTION................................................................................... 3-1LOCATION CONSIDERATIONS.................................................................................... 3-1ENCLOSURE REMOVAL............................................................................................... 3-2

    Type UP1 Actuator................................................................................................... 3-2Type UP2 Actuator................................................................................................... 3-4

    Side Panel ......................................................................................................... 3-4Top Cover .......................................................................................................... 3-4

    Types UP3 and UP4 Actuator .................................................................................. 3-6Side Panel ......................................................................................................... 3-7Top Cover .......................................................................................................... 3-7

    Types UP5 and UP6 Actuator .................................................................................. 3-7Bottom Side Cover............................................................................................. 3-7Top Cover .......................................................................................................... 3-7Top Side Cover.................................................................................................. 3-7

    WIRING CONNECTIONS, TUBING CONNECTIONS AND CABLING .......................... 3-9Connecting Tubing ................................................................................................... 3-9Connecting Wiring.................................................................................................. 3-10Grounding .............................................................................................................. 3-10Air Quality............................................................................................................... 3-13Characterizable Pneumatic Positioner Tubing ....................................................... 3-13

    Types UP1 and UP2 Actuators........................................................................ 3-13

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  • Table of Contents (continued)

    PageTypes UP3 and UP4 Actuators........................................................................ 3-13Types UP5 and UP6 Actuators........................................................................ 3-13

    Characterizable I/P Positioner Tubing and Wiring ................................................. 3-14Types UP1 and UP2 Actuators........................................................................ 3-14Types UP3 and UP4 Actuators........................................................................ 3-14Types UP5 and UP6 Actuators........................................................................ 3-14

    Solenoid Tubing and Wiring ................................................................................... 3-15Types UP1 and UP2 Actuators........................................................................ 3-