Latching Solenoids: What They Can Do For You
Latching solenoids are solenoids that can hold any position without the constant application of power. Power is only applied to move the solenoid’s position, not maintain it. To maintain the position, the solenoid uses either a permanent magnet or residual magnetism to hold its position.
In this edition of the newsletter, learn more about latching solenoids, how they operate, and the benefits of using a latching solenoid.