Questions and answers of the customers
What's the current draw of the ADC8120?
Q What's the current draw of the ADC8120? answer nowAsked on May 19, 2021 6:45 amA
All of our 120v motors will have a power draw of 0.08 current amps, while our 24v motors will be 0.36 current amps.
What is the current draw on ADC424?
Q What is the current draw on ADC424? answer nowAsked on February 16, 2021 5:26 pmA
The current draw on our 24 volt motors is 0.36 amps.
What is the Max CFM that the damper can hold back ( I'm looking at a 10" normally closed , power open )
- Is there a inner flange to support the foam seal or is the inside of the pipe basically smooth except for the shaft penetrations and swages on the ends?
- What is meant by "End Switch"?
Q What is meant by "End Switch"? answer nowAsked on November 30, 2020 12:06 pmA
Our end switch is a physical limit switch built into the bracket that will only activate when the damper is in the fully powered position - this switch has lead wires for connecting to an additional appliance, like an inline fan, that you would only want to power on after the damper is fully powered.A how do you wire the ADC624ES 24 V WITH END SWITCH
How do I specify Normally Closed on my order?
Q How do I specify Normally Closed on my order? answer nowAsked on November 30, 2020 12:05 pmA
We have separate product pages for our normally open and normally closed dampers, so if the product description on the page says "normally closed", then you are ordering the correct damper.