March 18, 2022
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 solenoid valve is designed for systems with operating pressures up to 300 bar and features integrated installation supervision.
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.
This solenoid valve is designed for systems with operating pressures up to 170 bar and features integrated installation supervision.
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 continuous duty “three-position” solenoid example features a push-pull from a center position and allows for a tighter tolerance.
This example of a continuous duty solenoid is miniature in size but with a relatively long stroke and high force.
This solenoid valve example is used for applications needing to quickly reduce pressure within an enclosed cavity or transmit fluid to another passage.
This example of a continuous duty solenoid remains in the locked position utilizing no power.
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