Custom Solenoids and Valves for Locking Applications
With engineers and operators on both sides of the globe, TLX has the talent, tools, and technology needed to make the best custom solenoids on the market.
Low-Profile Latching Solenoid Lock
This two-position, latching solenoid lock offers zero power consumption in both the engaged and disengaged position.
One-Inch Stroke Shot Bolt Solenoid
One-inch stroke shot bolt solenoid is suitable for a variety of locking applications.
Long-Stroke Latching Solenoid
This latching solenoid needs no power to hold in either position and runs efficiently on 4 AA batteries.
This solenoid designed to work in the air intake stream of a vehicle and can be designed as a constant current or latching solenoid.
Manual Reset Latching Solenoid
This solenoid utilizes zero power to hold position, releases quickly when activated, and remains in position until manually reset.
Magnetic Locking Solenoid
Latching solenoids provide an excellent solution for applications requiring a fast response time and low power consumption.
Three-Position Push Pull Solenoid
This continuous duty “three-position” solenoid example features a push-pull from a center position and allows for a tighter tolerance.
Miniature U-Frame Solenoid
This example of a continuous duty solenoid is miniature in size but with a relatively long stroke and high force.
Bi-Directional Latching Solenoid
The compact design and low power consumption of this latching solenoid example makes it well suited for battery operated applications.
Open Frame Latching Solenoid
The compact design and low cost construction of this open frame latching solenoid allow for flexibility in a variety of applications.
Pull Type Locking Solenoid
This example of a continuous duty solenoid remains in the locked position utilizing no power.
Three-Position Latching Solenoid
This latching solenoid is an example of a three-position device with spring center and latch to end positions.
Residual Magnetism Latching Solenoid
This solenoid example is a linear on-off design with a built-in latching feature that holds the solenoid in position using residual magnetism.
This latching solenoid example is spring returned to the de-latched position by providing a short, reverse polarity pulse cancelling the permanent magnet.