On-Off solenoids are used in applications requiring the constant application of power to move and/or hold in set positions. This constant application of power causes the coil in the solenoid to heat up limiting the force for a given size. Standard on-off solenoid designs can compensate for this decrease in force by either increasing the size of the solenoid or providing for a higher coil temperature rise if the application will allow it.
This example of a continuous duty solenoid remains in the locked position utilizng no power.
This example of a continuous duty solenoid is miniature in size but with a relatively long stroke and high force.
This continuous duty “three-position” solenoid example features a push-pull from a center position and allows for a tighter tolerance.
This solenoid designed for an air intake steam can be designed as a constant current or latching solenoid.
Small sized work solenoid base model for quick turn customization.
Medium sized work solenoid base model for quick turn customization.
Large sized work solenoid base model for quick turn customization.
This example of a long-stroke shot bolt solenoid was developed with a one inch stroke
Direct-acting solenoid with internal supervisory feature to ensure proper installation