|Place of Origin:||NINGBO CHINA|
|Minimum Order Quantity:||1 set|
|Delivery Time:||4-8 days|
|Payment Terms:||L/C, T/T, Western Union|
|Supply Ability:||300000 sets per month|
|Seal Material:||NBR/VITON||Piston Material:||POM|
|Standard Voltage:||DC12V/24V; AC110V/220V/380V||Air Inlet & Air Outlet:||G-3/8''|
|Power:||Solenoid, Pneumatic||Position & Way Number:||5/3 Way|
|Application:||Automation Packing Equipment||Type:||Normally Close|
|Motion Pattern:||Inner Piloted Type||Body Material:||Aluminum Alloy|
G-3/8'' NPT Port 4V310-10 Aluminum Alloy Pneumatic Solenoid Valve DC12V/AC220V
DC/AC 4V310-10 Pneumatic solenoid valves are used in pneumatic systems to guide or prevent the flow of compressed air or oil to their equipment. They are probably the most commonly used components in pneumatic systems and can be used in applications such as actuating cylinders, larger industrial valves or pneumatic tools. Valves may have two or more ports and perform various circuit functions. The function and behavior of the valve may be indicated by symbols. However, the symbol does not explain the valve structure. Directional control valves can be actuated in different ways, such as manual or solenoid actuation.
Technical data of 4V310-10 pneumartic valves with DC12V/24V solenoid coil:
|Position Number||Two position five ways||Three positions five ways|
|Operating medium||40 micron filtered air|
|Motion type||Internally pilot operated|
|Wiring form||Lead wire or connector type|
|Highest Action Frequency||5 times per second|
|Shortest Excitation Time||0.05s|
Main dimension of G-3/8'' NPT port aluminum alloy pneuamtic solenoid valves:
Detail pictures of 5/2 way 4V310-10 pneumatic control valves:
Deconstruction diagram of 5 way 2 position 4V310-10 automatic air solenoid valves:
High quality piston seals of 220VAC/DC12V 4V Series Single Coil Pneumatic Valve:
Design and operating principles of pneumatic solenoid valves
Pneumatic solenoid valves usually have a spool design. They consist of aluminum bodies with cylindrical holes. The different ends of the valve are connected to the cylinder. The sliding spool in the cylinder has multiple seals along its length. Different ports can be connected or closed by sliding the spool back and forth through the cylinder. It is very difficult to use a spool design in order to create an absolutely leak-free seal. Therefore, pneumatic solenoid valves always have very small (but acceptable) internal leakage. For these types of valves, air can flow through the valve in both directions. This is called a two-way street.
The force required to move the spool can be relatively small; Air pressure has a limited effect on the required force. Moreover, the spring force in the monostable valve is very small. As a result, solenoids typically consume a small amount of power. Since most valves are pilot type, the solenoid requires less force. Pilot operation (indirect operation) means that the valve USES air pressure to drive the valve, which is controlled by the solenoid. By this design, the solenoid must provide a much smaller force than that transmitted by air pressure. The valve may have an internal pilot or an external pilot. The internal pilot valve USES inlet pressure to drive the valve and the external pilot valve USES a separate opening for pilot operation. Internal pilot valves require a differential pressure of 0.1 to 1.5 bar to operate. If the pressure is too low, the valve will not switch state when the solenoid valve is started. Internal pilot valves are not intended for low pressure or vacuum service.
Sometimes engineers will ask whether the pneumatic solenoid valve can be used in other media, such as water or oil. The short answer is no. Many pneumatic solenoid valves pilot internally and discharge the minimum amount of air required by the actuating valve. In most applications, a small amount of air entering the environment is acceptable, but not in water, oil, or other types of media. In addition, the valve material is optimized for use with air. Typically, valves are made of aluminum parts and NBR or HNBR seals. Media other than air may cause corrosion or other chemical reactions that can adversely affect valve life.
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