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Control solenoids from KENDRION

Control Solenoids

Single-stroke solenoids of the Control Power Line are solenoids with short stroke travels which excel by their high magnetic forces, precise switching and dynamics. These solenoids are used for the switching of valves.

Specifications & Technical Details

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Supply voltage [V] 24 V DC / 230 V AC
Duty cycle [%] 100
Stroke [mm] 4 - 8 In all solenoid models the solenoid stroke is the line “s” the armature has travelled from stroke starting position to stroke end position. The stroke starting position is the original position of the armature before the stroke movement starts resp. after the reset is finished. The stroke end position is determined by the solenoid design – it is the position the armature takes due to electromagnetic force.
Force [N] 35 - 130 The magnetic forces indicated are reached at 90% of the nominal voltage and in warmed-up condition.
Protection class device (IP) IP40
Protection class connection (IP) IP40
Accessories Female connector with or without rectifier
Installation type By square flange
Thermal class B
Pull-in time [ms] 140 - 320 The values for the switching times refer to nominal voltage, warmed-up condition and a load with 70% of the magnetic force of the device.
Release time [ms] 55 - 100
   

Product Information

Single-stroke solenoids of the Kendrion Control Power Line are solenoids with short stroke travels which excel by their high magnetic forces, precise switching and dynamics. These solenoids are generally used as control elements, stopping modules in transport systems or for the switching of valves.

The mode of operation of the solenoid is based on the force exerted on ferromagnetic bodies in the magnetic field. Electromagnets transform electric energy into mechanical energy. Basically the stroke movement takes place from the stroke starting position to the stroke end position (active direction of movement), while the armature reset is accomplished by external forces, e.g. by spring, weight or magnetic forces (passive direction of movement). The force transfer is to be performed by a non-magnetizable bolt. The solenoids can be installed in any position, but the force transfer should be in axial direction only.

The products are manufactured and tested according to DIN VDE 0580/07.2000.

Design subject to change.