|Place of Origin:||China|
|Minimum Order Quantity:||1 pc|
|Packaging Details:||Inner Box, Carton, Pallet|
|Delivery Time:||4-7 days|
|Payment Terms:||L/C, T/T, Western Union, Paypal, MoneyGram|
|Supply Ability:||200000 pcs per month|
|Name:||Best-Nr.0200 Solenoid Coil||Enameled Wire Material:||Copper|
|Voltages:||DC24V, AC110V, AC220V||Power:||18VA, 15Watt|
|Hole Diameter:||13.2mm||Coil Height:||41.0mm|
|Coil Width:||29.5mm||Insulation Class:||F, H|
|Connector:||MPM DIN 43650A||Application:||Solenoid Valve, Pneumatic Valve, Pulse Valve, Diaphragm Valve|
|Protection Class:||IP65, IP67, IP68|
Best-Nr.0200M Solenoid Valve Coil DC24V AC110V AC220V 50Hz 15VA With MPM DIN43650A Connector
This Best-Nr.0200 solenoid coil is widely used in all kind of solenoid valves. A solenoid valve opens and closes when the proper AC or DC voltage is applied to the coil. The coil consists of an enamel coated copper wire winding and usually some magnetically permeable metal frame or housing, which may be visible or contained in molding. There may or may not be a thermal cutoff or fuse in electrical series with the winding. More complex coils have diode bridges that rectify AC to DC power, and even circuits which can control periodic inrush of current. The combination of the copper coil, the magnetically permeable surrounding material, and plunger inside the pressure boundary of the valve are collectively known as the “solenoid”.
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Abnormally high or abnormally low ambient temperatures to which a solenoid is exposed for an extended time may cause a solenoid to burn out.
High Temperature. Coil insulation may be damaged and one layer of wire may short to the next layer. A heat shield or baffle will give some protection against radiated heat. High temperature or oil immersed solenoids are the best protection against heat conducted either through metal surfaces or from surrounding high temperature air.
Low Temperature. Cold ambient temperatures cause oil to become more viscous, possibly overloading solenoid valve capacity (See Item 9). Mechanical parts of the valve or solenoid structure may distort, causing the valve spool to stick and burn out the solenoid coil. Use an oil more suitable for the low temperature, or use an oil immersed or high temperature coil to handle the greater load imposed by the abnormally low ambient temperature.
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