December 13, 2022
TLX designs and develops custom solenoids and valves for automotive, expertly tailored to your exact needs.
Uses an intelligent combination of simple binary (ON/OFF) solenoid valves with varied port size to achieve stepped proportional control.
The peak and hold control module allows any-size solenoid to operate at a higher force without overheating the coil.
High-speed digital control valve adapted to control outlet flow of high-pressure gas vessels.
Pulse width modulated flow control configured for specific pressure/vacuum ranges.
A continuous duty, normally closed valve that can control the flow of fluids with a maximum flow of 8 GPM.
Normally closed, three-port solenoid vent valves designed with a zero leakage rate and a minimum life of 120,000 cycles.
This solenoid designed to work in the air intake stream of a vehicle and can be designed as a constant current or latching solenoid.
This proportional solenoid valve is a direct-acting, normally open, continuously variable pressure relief valve.
This example of a pulse width modulated, proportional flow control solenoid valve is used in a vehicle's emission control system.
This proportional solenoid actuator (used to power proportional hydraulic valves in off-highway applications) is direct-acting and continuously variable.
This continuously variable pressure reducing relieving valve can be designed to operate over various pressure ranges to optimize controllability.
Miniature solenoids provide options for applications with limited space or size constraints.
This solenoid valve example is used for applications needing to quickly reduce pressure within an enclosed cavity or transmit fluid to another passage.
This latching solenoid is an example of a three-position device with spring center and latch to end positions.
This solenoid example is a linear on-off design with a built-in latching feature that holds the solenoid in position using residual magnetism.
Used only a short voltage pulse to actuate and maintained position without constant power.
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