Note: This kit replaces Many Honeywell, Aprilaire, Suncourt, and other spring return
motors and other motor brands where a 3/8 or smaller round or flat shaft is left on
damper after the entire motor assembly is removed.Kit 11 is used whenever an existing 1/2 inch damper shaft does not have the required 1.75 inch length needed to fit a Belimo LMB family of motors, the included adapter shaft allows the extra length needed. Hook up and mounting instructions are similar to the BH Kit1.
1. After removing old motor assembly, mount new shaft on original damper as illustrated in the picture.Take care to place brackets to avoid self-tapping screws from interfering with internal dampermechanisms .
2. If damper can be removed, then remove the internal spring (many springs are in the motor assembly)from inside of the damper since it is no longer needed, although it can be left in place.
3. Make sure new shaft can be rotated easily. Note with marker where the fully open and fully closeddamper positions will be.
4. Note the black, rectangular push button clutch on the new Belimo LMB motor. Push clutch in androtate motor to its fully closed position, and mount on new damper shaft after also fully closing damper.Note where anti-rotation bracket should be placed, mark position, and mount anti-rotation bracket (partwith two holes). NOTE: re-bend anti-rotation bracket as needed to raise the portion that fits into motor,to insure that damper motor is generally parallel to damper body.
5. Mount LMB motor in place, with both motor and damper is closed position. Motor should be mounted
“loose” where it does not bind when traveling. Test this by depressing clutch and manually rotating
damper from fully open to fully closed. If any binding is felt, remount motor and or components until
damper moves with no binding.
6. VERY IMPORTANT: Rotate damper to fully open position using manual clutch. Then, with phillips
head screwdriver, move motor travel adjustment blocks to stop the motor from further travel. DAMAGE
can occur to the damper if the powerful motor is allowed to exert full force beyond the travel range of
7. Refer to zone control specific information on your system for electrical hook-ups, However: