Replacement head for V8044A, (24v, 50/60 Hz) Zoom

Replacement head for V8044A, (24v, 50/60 Hz)


Brand: Honeywell

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Application: Replacement Part
Product Type: Replacement Head
Accessory For: V8044A Series

Description for Honeywell 40003916-032

24 Vac, 50/60 Hz Replacement actuator for V8044A


  • 24 Vac, 50/60 Hz Replacement head for V8044A
  • Application: Replacement Head for V Series Zone Valve
  • Voltage: 24 Vac
  • Frequency: 50/60 Hz
  • Electrical Connections (in.): 18 Inch Leads
  • Electrical Connection Location: Same side of manual lever
  • Maximum Ambient Temperature (F): 125F
  • Used With Valve: Diverting
  • Used With Valve Action: Spring return to close "A" port

Replacement head for V8044A, (24v, 50/60 Hz)


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Radiant Heat Works Great Now

By Trident-TrendSetter-user

from Los Gatos CA

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Comments about Replacement head for V8044A, (24v, 50/60 Hz):

This is for Trident Solar Radiant Heating with TrendSetter Water Tank and Backup Paloma Propane Gas Heating Unit. TrendSetter has coil for adding heat to the hot water heater too. Replaced both 3 way Honeywell valves, one for Backup Heating Valve, and other for Solar Bypass Valve. Needed also the adapters to adapt to older series valves, together with power heads. The old balls were lose and one had come off too. Needed of course to drain the Trendsetter Tank, and after replacing valves needed to fill tank and prime the Collection Pump (see Red Grundfos below) and also the Backup Heating plumbing had to be primed too. The Radiant Heat Coils are below the thin concrete tile floor. Slightly above collection pump is Red Grundfos pump for circulation of radiant heat. Paloma backup heater (not shown) is above the Trident plumbing shown in picture, and TrendSetter water tank is to right (not shown). Had to wait for cycle of rain and shine (during el-ninio storms) to make sure that everything was working right. We are in the Santa Cruz mountain area, and when it got hot and dry for a few days there was a little concern when rattlesnakes came out onto the driveway looking for water.

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