Quick Nots: Micro Solenoid Valve
Solenoid valves are devices that use a solenoid to cont […]
Solenoid valves are devices that use a solenoid to control valve activation. They are considered electromechanical control devices used to control liquid or gas flow. An electrical current runs through a coil to control the valve by moving a plunger. When the solenoid receives an electrical signal (energized), it channels the air supply directly to the plunger. When the electrical signal is removed (de-energized) the valve returns to its normal condition.
Quick solenoid valve notes:
Only used for clean liquids and gases.
Indirect operated valves require a pressure differential to function.
Are used to close, open, dose, distribute, or mix the media with 2 or more inlets/outlets.
Options for manual overrides, ATEX, gas approval, media separation and more.
Can get hot as it requires energy to switch and stay in that position (depending on type).
Common in heating systems, compressed air, vacuum, irrigation, car washes, etc.
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