Claimed to be the world’s smallest bistable rotary solenoid, Geeplus have launched the tiny S1020 which measures a miniscule 2cms long and just 1cm in diameter.
Designed for the operation of optical shutters or very light frictionless loads, the S1020 has a surprisingly fast operating speed of less than 4ms with a 10 degree operating angle. Read more...More Product Announcements from GEEPLUS Inc.
Starting with the subminiature latching solenoid, P/N 870C, Gee Plus Inc. of Elgin, South Carolina, offers a wide range of sizes and types. The subminiature 0.157 inch (4 mm) square by 0.374 inch (9.5 mm) long latching solenoid develops a holding force of 3.53 ounces (100 gms). This solenoid type uses permanent magnets to create a holding position without the need of a power supply. Read more...More Product Announcements from GEEPLUS Inc.
The model 401 rotary solenoid from Gee Plus Inc. of Elgin, South Carolina, develops 12.5 watts continuously at 100 percent duty cycle. Basic maximum starting torque at 25 degrees rotary motion is 73 ounce-inches at the shaft. Read more...More Product Announcements from GEEPLUS Inc.
Gee Plus Inc., located in Elgin, South Carolina, offers the new RD series of 6 open frame solenoid models offer flexible production with fast turnaround delivery. While the open frame solenoid features the simplest configuration, a maximum performance is achieved through the use of better magnetic steels and superior manufacturing techniques. The smallest RD-A420 open frame solenoid... Read more...More Product Announcements from GEEPLUS Inc.
Gee Plus Inc. of Elgin, South Carolina, offers a unique small rotary solenoid for office equipment applications. The model 341 rotary solenoid develops a 5.6 ounce-inch continuous torque and a 43.7 ounce-inch peak torque (10% duty cycle) over a 25 degree movement. Read more...More Product Announcements from GEEPLUS Inc.
Probably the fastest Rotary Solenoid in the World
The ‘SNAPPER’ rotary actuator from Geeplus is the fastest rotary solenoid available for high speed sorting, optical shutter, locking, or other applications. The ‘Snapper’ can be manufactured either as an extreme high speed, or as a high torque device. Read more...