Latching Solenoid

This latching solenoid is energized to move to the latched position with a short voltage pulse. Once the voltage is removed, the permanent magnet maintains the solenoid in the latched position. The solenoid is spring returned to the de-latched position with a short, reverse polarity pulse that cancels the permanent magnet field. Strokes and forces are flexible depending upon solenoid size.

Latching  Solenoid

Typical Applications

  • Air bag vents
  • Battery disconnects
  • Trunk release systems
  • Vehicle door locks
  • Battery operated locks
  • Vending equipment
  • Medical supply cabinets

Features and Benefits

  • Compact design
  • Low cost
  • Can be designed for specific load shifting capability
  • Can be designed to configure with customer power requirements
  • Optimized for battery life

Specifications

Stroke 1.5 ± .508 mm
Net latching force >21.13 N (>4.75 lbs)
Supply voltage 4.2 to 6.5 Vdc
Coil resistance at 20°C 2.8 ± .3 Ω
Spring load (latched position) >10.23 N (>2.3 lbs)
Spring load (de-latched position) 4.45 N (1 lb)
Cycle life with 4 AA batteries >10K cycles

* All TLX components are customized to fit system requirements, meaning technical specifications are unique to each customer and design, and the examples given here are for illustration purposes only.

Quality Policy

TLX Technologies, LLC will consistently provide products that meet or exceed the requirements of our customers. The company complies with all of the requirements of the ISO 9001:2015 Quality Management System Standard. We will establish, monitor and work to continuously improve customer satisfaction, technology, productivity, quality and employee engagement.