Latching Solenoid with Burst Pin
This latching solenoid example was designed to replace pyrotechnic burst devices in fire suppression systems.
TLX designed this component to replace pyrotechnic burst devices in fire suppression applications. The solenoid remains in the latched position until receiving a release signal. At this point, the solenoid drives a burst pin into a compressed gas cylinder, which releases pressure through internal ports. Strokes, latching force and port size can all be modified to fit the cylinder being burst.
Features and Benefits
- High latching forces
- Fast response
- Low power consumption
- Low pressure drop/high-flow capability
- 15 year life guarantee
- Options: Manual release button, Reset tool
All TLX components are customized to fit system requirements, meaning technical specifications are unique to each customer and design. Examples given on our website are for illustration purposes only.
Is our Latching Solenoid with Burst Pin the right fit for your application?
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Our engineers begin by designing with 3D CAD and performing electromagnetic and fluid dynamic analysis with state-of-the-art finite element analysis software. Every design is engineered and tested in our lab to meet our customers’ specifications.
Precise control with high accuracy through tighter tolerances. Reducing friction and inefficiencies provides extremely low hysteresis.
Multiple variables in the design and manufacturing process are optimized to reduce overall weight and size of the solenoid or valve.
Custom solenoids can be designed to utilize the best control scheme for your application, resulting in a minimized footprint.
Limited Power Consumption
Latching technology in solenoid and valve design minimizes overall power consumption.
Can be designed to meet extreme environments that include moisture, dirt/dust, vibration and/or extreme temperature requirements.
Failsafe modes are designed into solenoids and valves utilizing integrated electronic controls.