5WG16051AB01 Siemens

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The Siemens 5WG16051AB01 is a thermal drive actuator used primarily in building automation systems for controlling heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems. Here are more details about this component:

Description and Functionality

  1. Type of Actuator: Thermal Drive Actuator
  2. Manufacturer: Siemens
  3. Model: 5WG16051AB01


  • Thermal Operation: It operates based on the principles of thermal expansion and contraction of a material, typically a wax element inside the actuator.
  • Precision Control: Provides precise control over valves or dampers in HVAC systems.
  • Reliability: Known for its durability and reliability in industrial and commercial applications.
  • Maintenance: Generally low maintenance due to its simple design.


  • HVAC Systems: Used in heating and cooling systems to control the flow of air or water through valves and dampers.
  • Building Automation: Integrated into building automation systems (BAS) to regulate temperature and air quality efficiently.
  • Energy Efficiency: Helps in optimizing energy consumption by ensuring precise control over heating and cooling processes.


  • Compatibility: Designed to be compatible with various HVAC systems and controllers.
  • Mounting: Typically mounted directly onto valves or dampers within HVAC units.


  • Energy Savings: Contributes to energy efficiency by regulating HVAC components effectively.
  • Automation: Supports automation of HVAC systems, reducing manual intervention.
  • Cost-Effectiveness: Helps in minimizing operational costs by optimizing energy use.


  • Commercial Buildings: Commonly used in office buildings, hospitals, hotels, and other commercial structures.
  • Industrial Applications: Also found in industrial settings where precise temperature control is critical.


The Siemens 5WG16051AB01 thermal drive actuator is a reliable component in HVAC systems, providing precise and efficient control over heating and cooling processes. Its integration into building automation systems enhances energy efficiency and overall system performance, making it a preferred choice in modern building management.