The damper's braking force is produced by the viscosity of the oil. The damper's oil moves into the opposing chamber when the shaft rotates. The amount of oil pressure on the vane affects the torque. The ambient temperature has an impact on the damper's properties. Damper characteristics weaken as the temperature goes up, and become stronger as the temperature goes down.
The damper’s working angle is 110°, Rotating the damper beyond this angle will cause damage to the damper. Please ensure that an external stopper is in place.