Supplier: American Microsemiconductor, Inc.
Description: Lamp/Solenoid Driver
- Sensor Type: Magnetic Sensor
- Package Type / Mounting: Other
- Input (Supply) Voltage: 12 volts
- Operating Temperature: -40 to 185 F
Supplier: Ross Controls
Description: metal surfaces. A resilient, non-magnetic shock absorbing disc under the snap-ring absorbs and dampens the impact at the end of each stroke. This further extends solenoid life, eliminates residual magnetism and minimizes noise. Five Sizes, Push or Pull 1/2", 5/8", 7/8" and 1-1/8" sizes
- Axial Stroke: 9.65 to 12.7 mm
- DC Input Options: 6VDC, 12VDC, 24VDC, Other DC Voltage
Supplier: Triad Magnetics
Description: D e s c r i p t i o n Triad control transformers supply secondary voltages that are commonly utilized in various electronic, electro-magnetic and electrical control conditions. These include such applications as use with relays, solenoids, small motors, speed changers, pumps, heating elements
- Type: Power Transformer
- Winding Turns: Step-Down Transformer
- Transformer Category: Power / Power System / Distribution Transformer
- Mounting / Form Factor: Chassis Mount
Supplier: OMEGA Engineering, Inc.
Description: The FSV10 Series electronic proportioning solenoid valves can control the flow of a wide variety of gases and liquids. The variablestroke electromagnetic valve is pulsed by the driver electronics, maintaining the correct magnetic flux level in the solenoid and holding flow at the level
- Valve Size: 0.0200 to 0.1250 inch
- Pressure Rating: 500 psi
- Number of Ports/Ways: 2
- Power: 12 to 30 volts
Supplier: Xylem Applied Water Systems
Description: For International & US Markets Normally open and normally closed flow patterns Molded coil for maximum protection DC magnetic latching available Thermoplastic polyester coil encapsulant
- Valve Size: 0.1250 inch
- Pressure Rating: 10 to 100 psi
- Number of Ports/Ways: 2 to 3
- Power: 12 to 24 volts
Supplier: Allied Electronics, Inc.
Description: TRIAD control transformers from Triad Magnetics supply secondary voltages that are commonly utilized in various electronic, electro-magnetic and electrical control conditions. These include such applications as use with relays, solenoids, small motors, speed changers, pumps, heating elements
- Type: Impedance Matching Transformer, Isolation Transformer
- Transformer Category: Power / Power System / Distribution Transformer
- Operating Frequency Range: 50 to 60 Hz
- Maximum Primary Voltage Rating: 115 to 230 volts
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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.
Electrically-Controlled Demand-Thrust Rockets for Satellite Guidance
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For a solenoid with an inner diameter of 5 cm and an outer diameter of 12 cm, using 14 gauge wire, this translates into about 110 W of power required (4 Amps at 28 Volts ); the temperature change of the solenoid due... ...indenter and load train except for the solenoid yoke are made of non- magnetic 303 stainless steel.
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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.
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...a 10% duty cycle and NI ¼ 9,080 ampere- turns as recommended by Magnetic Sensor Systems . Voltage ¼ 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...
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: .
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...
Noise in Traveling-Wave Tubes
To conclude a discussion of the optics of the tube; the magnetic field was produced by a solenoid 12 inches in diameter and 36 inches long giving a field uniform within 2 per cent over a distance of 18 inches on the... ...any attention was paid to the noise factor worked at approximately 1,600 volts , had helices 3...
Strain rate behavior of magnetorheological materials
The application of an electromagnetic field requires a solenoid coil, which was made of 405 turns of 20 gauge solid copper wire on a radius of 0.6785 inches and driven by 12 volt battery at one ampere direct current to induce... ...did in fact produce a 0.01 Tesla electromagnetic field at the center of the magnetic field.
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.
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