Guía para la personalización de solenoides lineales
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Solenoids are basically customized to individual applications. Follow guides, and email specific requirements and conditions of your application to inquire efficiently.

solenoid push pull Linear Pulling Pushing Solenoids Mechanism

Minimum info. of requirements & conditions needed

  1. Function required: pull / push / latching / locking etc.
  2. Force/Stroke(Travel) needed: the prime output, Force drops sharply while stroke goes longer, so design stroke needed as short as possible.
  3. Duty cycle: on time / off time ratio (Max. on time): Solenoids heat up when power on, heat sinks when power off. This, as well as power consumption is related to overheating damage.
  4. Power supply: volts (AC or DC) and Tolerance; Any watts or amps limitations; Battery voltage drops while is used.
  5. Return Spring: Don't request spring if not necessary (load resets itself), side effect of spring is that it reduces solenoid force!
    If spring is a must, where should it be? A. Outside spring on plunger as on the color animated picture (prefered) or B. Spring inside coil frame between the plunger and the stop (also named static plunger or iron core)
    What spring force (troke) is needed?
  6. Connections of Load:
      • Plunger end structure for pull type solenoids (load affixed on plunger) Pull Solenoid Plunger Joint
      • Pushing Rod External End Configurations for Push Type Solenoids: Push Solenoid Push Rod Joint
Self Latch / Keep / Hold / Maintain Solenoids Double Latch / Keep / Hold / Matintain Solenoids
Latch Solenoid Mechanism Dual Latch Solenoid Mechanism


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