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0-10V wired TRV's

Discussion in 'Plumbing and Central Heating' started by slip.cougan, 7 Feb 2016.

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    Anyone know some good brands of 0-10V TRV's?
    These need to be wired and ideally 24V ac/dc supply.
    I really like the look of the Honeywell M4410 series and these would fit my requirements but I cannot find a UK supplier for them on google.
    If anyone knows where I can get these or a suitable alternative I'd be very grateful.

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    Hi muggles.

    I did look at the Loxone's but they are quite pricy at 75quid a pop. I may purchase one to see what it is like. If it's well made and quiet then I would certainly consider them.
    I will need 15 in total.
     
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    The Loxone and Honeywell devce appear to be the same item with different badges.
     
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    Well aren't you a fussy one...

    Do you know what stroke length you need? How about closing force? They all vary, so you need to know what you need.
    Danfoss ABNM are listed on the UK website, so should be orderable through any plumbers merchant if you need 15 of them. Available in logarithmic or linear motion
    Unbranded HCO ones might fit, email them for tech specs
    Syxthsense ones are fine if you can get away with a 2.5mm stroke, available in 140N and 90N versions


    Essentially, there are quite a few out there, but some might need specially ordering. That Honeywell one you posted initially may be available in the UK if you ask a plumbers' merchant
     
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    The thought hadn't even occurred to me :whistle:
     
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    I've used a variety over the years. The Siemens SSA61 are a good 0-10V M30 thread actuator and fit most Honeywell Valve bodies (VT117, VT15), I have 11 of these on rads at home. The Johnsons va-7482-2001 are too very good and can be bought cheap off ebay usually.

    What Valve bodies do you have?
     
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    Thanks Mark,
    I have PM'ed you.

    At the moment, I have a mixture of value bodies but will be replacing all of these.
    -slip
     
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