Integral Temp. Sensing and Integral Setpoint for V100 and V2000 Series Radiator Valves Zoom

Integral Temp. Sensing and Integral Setpoint for V100 and V2000 Series Radiator Valves

SKU:T100M2056

Brand: Honeywell Braukmann

Honeywell Braukmann
T100M2056 has been discontinued.
Direct Replacement:
SKU: T1002W0NA
Brand: Honeywell Braukmann
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Specs

Application: Accessory
Accessory For: V100 Series
V2000 Series
Setpoint: Integral
Sensor Type: Integral
Temperature Range (F): 43°-79°F
Diameter (Inches): 1-3/16"
Capillary Length: 6 ft. 8"

Description for Honeywell Braukmann T100M2056

Allow automatic temperature control in two-pipe steam or hot water systems for free standing radiators, convectors, and other heating units with standard capacity requirements. Provide comfort and energy savings at affordable prices.

Product Features:

  • Continually monitors and adjusts room temperature for consistent comfort and relief from under-heating and overheating.
  • Valve seat disc, which is made of resilient material (EPDM), ensures tight shutoff on steam or hot water systems.
  • Nickel plated brass casted body with working parts in cartridge insert for ease of service.
  • Controls include sensor, setpoint dial and valve actuator; components may be integral or connected by capillary tubes.
  • Require no electrical connections.
  • All working parts are replaceable using service tool (MT100C1016) while valve remains in service, in-line, under pressure.
  • Valves normally open without control mounted.
  • Valves may also be used with MV100 Electric Zone Valve Actuator.


Product Specifications:
  • Description: Thermostatic Radiator Actuator with integral sensor and tamper resistant housing1 3/16 in. collar diameter
  • Application Type : A self-contained control with sensor, setpoint dial and actuator in one unit. Use where increased durability, tamper resistance and limited adjustment range are desired. Horizontal mount. Locks onto valve body. Not for enclosures. For V100 valves.
  • Application: Standard Capacity Thermostatic Radiator Actuator
  • Used with Valve: V100, V2000
  • Sensor (integral or remote): Integral
  • Setpoint (Integral or Remote): Integral
  • Temperature Range: 43 F to 79 F
  • Collar Diameter: 1-3/16 in.
  • Replaces: Danfoss RA2000 - 013G8220(in combination with V100)
  • Comments: Tamper Resistant, Adjustable Limits

Integral Temp. Sensing and Integral Setpoint for V100 and V2000 Series Radiator Valves

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5.0

Great Temperature Control

By MM

from Chicago

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        Comments about Integral Temp. Sensing and Integral Setpoint for V100 and V2000 Series Radiator Valves:

        I use this thermostat on my apartment radiators and they do a great job in maintaining the space at my desired temperature - 72 degrees farenheit. I'm hopeful that it will last me a long time.

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        • Integral Temp. Sensing and Integral Setpoint for V100 and V2000 Series Radiator Valves

          Q:

          WE HAVE A RED BUTTON ON OURS. IS THIS THE SENSOR? WE ARE NOT GETTING HEAT FROM THIS RADIATOR! ANY TRICK WE DON'T KNOW ABOUT??
          Asked on 3/10/2012 by Anonymous

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          • VERIFIED BUYER

            A:

            Ours is working. When we purchased this we also had to buy a steam valve. I believe they came as a combo package.
            Sent magically.

            Answered on 3/10/2012 by Another PexSupply Customer
          • VERIFIED BUYER

            A:

            Don't know where the red button would be, but this is a temperature sensor
            that moves a pin back and forth that will open the steam valve that should
            be attached. The markings on the unit, 0 through 4 indicate temperature
            range. 0 being off, no heat, to 4 which is maybe 75 degrees F. The
            circular that came with it tells the temps, if it is fully screwed into
            the valve.
            Simply put, steam and air don't mix. If one does not let the air out of the
            radiator, then steam will not enter and the radiator will not get hot. Is
            the main valve on? (and it should always be either fully on or fully off.
            Part way will allow water to collect in radiator and then steam can't get
            in.)
            My guess is that the sensor is not fully screwed in. Remove the air vent
            from the top of the control valve and see if turning the white knob from 0
            to 4 will move the small valve directly below the air vent

            Answered on 3/11/2012 by Another PexSupply Customer
          • VERIFIED BUYER

            A:

            One of the V100 actuators has a red button to indicate 68F. To set it to a
            higher temperature, press the red button while turning the white case. The
            sensor is within the white actuator body on most versions.

            Answered on 3/11/2012 by Another PexSupply Customer
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            A:

            The red button I believe is for taking it apart. If you have a vent attached that vent probably is plugged with water. If it is plugged with water take it off and see if you get heat.
            Then you may need to invest in a new vent or lower the pressure on the vaporstat or pressuretrol (you'll have one or the other not both). You may want a professional to do this but the same professional is probably the one recomending you run a higher then needed pressure. The cut in pressure should be point .5 psi and the cut out not more then 2psi and less is better. Less pressure gives drier steam, is best for all the vents, is more economical, and heats more consistant and better.

            Answered on 3/12/2012 by Another PexSupply Customer
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            A:

            Where is the dial set to? Make sure that the Radiator valve is open all the way.

            Answered on 3/12/2012 by Another PexSupply Customer
        • Integral Temp. Sensing and Integral Setpoint for V100 and V2000 Series Radiator Valves

          Q:

          Hello,

          Can a valve used with this device be mounted in any position? Horizontal valve with sensor flat, or even pointing down?

          Thanks.
          Dave
          Asked on 1/27/2012 by Anonymous from Frostburg, MD

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            A:

            According to the manufacturer, this sensor must be installed horizontally in order for it to read temperatures properly. Please refer to page 3 of the specifications linked below for further information.

            http://s3.pexsupply.com/manuals/1328027050920/70865_PROD_FILE.pd

            Answered on 1/31/2012 by PexSupply Staff from NY
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