- Modular system
- Short response times
- High power requirements with little installation space
- Energy technology
- Railway technology
- Automation technology and medical engineering
Specifications & Technical Details
|Specification||from - to|
|Supply voltage [V]||24 - 205 V DC / 230 V AC*|
|Duty cycle [%]||5 / 25 / 40 / 100|
|Stroke [mm]||5 - 20|
|Force [N]||5 - 80 The magnetic forces indicated are reached at 90% of the nominal voltage and in warmed-up condition.|
|Protection class device (IP)||IP40 / IP54|
|Protection class connection (IP)||IP65|
|Accessories||Connector with or without rectifier
Fork head with or without ES-bolt
|Installation type||On front end via two threaded holes|
|Pull-in time [ms]||60 - 200 The values for the duty cycles apply for nominal voltage, warmed-up condition and load with 70% of the magnetic force of the device.|
|Release time [ms]||40 - 100|
|Comments||*A box mounting receptacle with integrated bridge rectifier allows the use with AC.|
The square solenoids of the Kendrion High Performance Line excel by an enormous stroke density and a flexible modular system.
These solenoids are used wherever large forces, short switching times and high efficiency with limited installation space are required
They fulfil the special requirements when used in high voltage circuit breakers and railway door lockings as well as in general actuating functions in automation and medical engineering.
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). In this product line the reset can optionally be performed by an integrated return spring. The solenoid armature is reset to the starting position.
The actuating solenoids mentioned above are actuators in which the force of an electromagnetic field is used to perform a longitudinal movement. The stroke limitation can be set by hand for every application. The solenoids can be installed in any position, but the force transfer should be in axial direction only.
All products are manufactured and tested according to DIN VDE 0580/07.2000.
Design subject to change.