|Place of Origin:||China|
|Minimum Order Quantity:||1 pc|
|Packaging Details:||Boxes, Carton, Pallet|
|Delivery Time:||4-7 working days|
|Payment Terms:||L/C, T/T, Paypal, Western Union, MoneyGram|
|Supply Ability:||300000 pcs per month|
|Product Name:||Burkert Replacement Solenoid Coil||Hole Diameter:||φ11.7mm|
|Connection:||DIN43650A||Wire Material:||Enamelled Copper|
|Insulation Class:||B, F, H||Protection Class:||IP 65|
|Voltages:||AC220V, AC110V, DC24V||Reference Number:||179792 131274 125723K 134590L 125724 130638 132401|
230VAC 24VDC 110VAC Burkert Type Solenoid Valve Coil
This 230VAC 179792 131274 24VDC 125723K 134590L 125724 130638 110VAC 132401 Burkert type solenoid coil is predominantly used with solenoid valves within pneumatic applications. Another common application is to start, stop or direct the flow of hydraulic fluid. It has been created and designed to withstand and operate in aggressive conditions and fluctuating temperatures.
Features & Benefits:
• This coil is ideal as a replacement solenoid coil
• Made up of durable, hardwearing materials
• Corrosion resistant construction
• Low wear, long life design
Youtube video of 230VAC 179792 131274 Burkert Type Solenoid Coil:
Main dimension of Burkert Type Solenoid Valve Replacement Coil:
Technical parameters of Burkert Replacement Electromagnetic Coil:
|Normal voltage||AC220V, AC110V, DC24V|
|Normal power||AC: 16VA, DC: 8 Watt, 10Watt, 15Watt|
|Insulation class||B, F, H|
|Application||Burkert type solenoid valves|
Details display of φ12mm DIN43650A Burkert Type Solenoid Valve Coil:
Standard Stocks of Burkert Replacement Electric Magnetic Coils:
Production process of solenoid coils for burkert type solenoid valve:
Magnetic flux with electrical actuation of al coil:
While the actuation system, mechanical construction and the function as a whole do indeed differ, fundamental elements of the actuator are identical on virtually all actuation principles. The core of a solenoid consists of an electrical magnet, which is also referred to as a solenoid coil.
If an electric current flows through an electrical conductor, e.g. an enameled copper wire, this wire also generates a magnetic field. This magnetic field can be amplified by focusing the electrical conductors in the form of a coil. In addition to the number of windings and the amperage, the iron circuit around the solenoid coil also has a substantial impact on the resultant magnetic forces. Normally, the polarity does not need to be noted.
Functional principle of an AC solenoid:
On AC coils, the current is determined not only by the ohmic resistance of the windings, but also by the inductive resistance (reactance). The inductive resistance is significantly influenced by the position of the solenoid core. If the solenoid core has dropped out, the inductive resistance is lower and the coil current is higher. The current is thus higher in the pick-up phase than the coil current in the holding phase. As compared to a DC coil, coil resistance is far lower with the same voltage value being applied. Consequently, a coil should never be operated without a solenoid core when operating with AC voltage. Otherwise, there is a risk of the coil overheating and burning out after a few minutes.
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