Honeywell zone valve id

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From time to time I have had to replace Honeywell zone valves (V8043E). To what do the numbers following this model number identify? My old valves are 24v, normally closed. Various valves I see on ebay and amazon seem to have many different id's making it difficult to select correct version.
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The Honeywell "flavor" numbers have many uses. In the case of the zone valves, they refer to pipe size, type of connection (sweat, threaded, flare), the flow rate of the valve, etc, etc, as can be seen in this chart:



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If you've got 3/4" sweat, with endswitch and the wire leads you want the -1012 valve.
 

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What adds to the difficulty of understanding is asking a question, getting an answer, then never coming back to read the answer!

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