Products/Services for 12 Volt Magnetic Solenoid

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    Solenoid Valves - (993 companies)
    Solenoids and How to Select Rotary Solenoids pages. Application. Solenoid valves are used in a wide variety of industries. They are used in machinery, devices, and equipment such as refrigerators and automatic faucets. Solenoid valves are commonly used... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Rotary Solenoids - (73 companies) either end-position without the continuous application of power. They have fast response times and are often used in document movement and sorting systems. Step rotary solenoids have additional magnetic poles for multiple position control... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Linear Solenoids - (138 companies)
    They are generally larger and significantly less expensive than rotary solenoids, but have fewer life cycles. When selecting products, buyers should consider maximum stroke, torque, and response time. Maximum stroke is the full linear travel of the solenoid 's... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Linear Actuators - (735 companies)
    ...motor is very similar to a rotary electric motor. In a linear motor the rotor and stator (metal ring of insulated wire) components are laid out in a straight line. The magnetic field structures of linear motors are physically repeated across the length... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Inductors, Coils, and Chokes - (1019 companies)
    Inductors coils and chokes are passive components that are designed to resist changes in current and store energy in the form of a magnetic field. Inductors, coils and chokes are passive devices that are designed to resist changes in current... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Noncontact Safety Interlock Switches - (87 companies)
    Noncontact safety interlock switches couple a moveable guard door with the power source of the hazard. For noncontact actuating interlock switches, the guard door is linked to the control circuit contacts via a magnetic or electronic field. How... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Reed Relays - (97 companies)
    Reed relays are electrically-operated switching devices that consist of two thin, magnetic strips (reeds) encapsulated in a glass envelope. They are used to switch industrial components such as solenoids, contactors and starter motors. How to Select... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    DC Motors - (1185 companies)
    ...proportionality. Graph Credit: Baldor Electric Company. Disc armature motors, also called "pancake" or "printed armature" motors, use flat rotors driven by an axially-aligned magnetic field. Their thin construction allows for low inertia, resulting in high... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Water Pumps - (854 companies)
    Water pumps move water that does not contain suspended solids or particulates. Applications include water supply, irrigation, land and mine drainage, sea water desalination, and condensate transport. Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Motor Controllers - (770 companies)
    ...a magnetic field opposing the motor rotation and slowing or stopping the motor. Regenerative braking is similar to dynamic braking. The motor is removed from the power and the power generated from the rotating motor is sent back to the supply. The generated... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    The FuSe Map System is composed of several elements that include a magnetic touch board (composed of a grid of solenoids and H-bridge circuits), relays, a micro- controller, a single 12 & 5 volt power supply and a PC database.
    For a solenoid with an inner diameter of 5 cm and an outer diameter of 12 cm, using 14 gauge wire, this translates � � of power required (4 Amps at 28 Volts ); the temperature change of the solenoid due to resistive wire � � indenter and load train except for the solenoid yoke are made of non- magnetic 303 stainless steel.
  • Alternative poloidal field configurations for ITER
    Segmentation of the lTER Central Solenoid , Design Study by the United States Home Team, December 1996 ITERDetailed Design Report, 12 November 1996 J. A. Crotinger, et al., �Corsica: A comprehensive simu- lation of toroidal magnetic fusion devices�, LLNL Re � � Ejima, et al., � Volt -second analysis and consumption �
  • Electrically-Controlled Demand-Thrust Rockets for Satellite Guidance
    A typical power supply for this application would comprise a 12 - volt nickel-cadmiiumii battery weighing 0.75 pound and a solar cell recharge system which would weigh as much as 4 pounds. The magnetic amplifier would be of the 2- or 3-stage transistor type weighing 0.5 pound and furnishing 2 watts to the solenoid coil controlled by an input signal of 50 micro- amps.
  • Aerospace Engineering on the Back of an Envelope
    � a 10% duty cycle and NI � 9,080 ampere- turns as recommended by Magnetic Sensor Systems . Voltage � 24.2 volts ; or two 12 volt batteries � for the maximum force and maximum energy (or delivered work) for our model solenoid given the solenoid/plunger �
  • Magnetorheological Fluid Based Torque Transmission Clutches
    The required electrical current to vary the magnetic field strength is supplied by an EPSCO INC., model PS-5, filtered DC power generator capable of producing electrical current ranging from 0 to 12 amperes. The solenoid magnet wires were attached to the power generator. � was capable of turning 30,000 rpm, and was powered by a 7.2 volts battery cell.
  • Electron Beam Focusing with Periodic Permanent Magnet Fields
    � of current focused to the collector with a beam voltage of 1,800 volts the rf gain � This corresponds closely to operation in a uniform solenoid . DYNAMICS The equations of motion for the electron beam in the periodic magnetic field of Fig. 12 are derived with the following assumptions.
  • Over the makeshift construction of eye magnet
    c) By the Schumanns marriages, I � iesenmagneten (kind G.M. 3n) operated with 220 volts Wachselstrom according to leaflet 10--12 cms, measured on dam Schumannsahen t ~ � � 11 em ~ The together. the eye magnet assembled to our simple � the AbschluBpl ~ tte of the solenoid or the winding projects out.
  • Developments in chlorine detection in concrete using NMR
    � using this equation a ratio of SNR values is computed where it is assumed that every parameter remains the same except for Bo and coil diameter), B1 = magnitude of the transverse magnetic field, i = unit current � � temperature, Vnoise = noise in volt , and Peck et al. 12 derived the relationship of the SNR per unit volume for a solenoid shaped coil taking into account conductive and dielectric losses: .
  • Determination of the Planck constant using a watt balance with a superconducting magnet system at the National Institute of Standards and Technology
    � Burroughs C J, Harvey T E and Christian L A 1997 Stable 1 volt programmable voltage standard � � R F 2000 Comparison of quantum Hall effect resistance standards of the NIST and the BIPM Metrologia 37 173�6 [ 12 ] Haddad D, Waltrip B � � T 1972 A noncontacting magnetic pickup probe for measuring � � pitch of a precision solenoid IEEE Trans. Instrum. Meas.