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  • Voice Coils vs. Solenoids: What is the Difference?
    The question of whether to use voice coil actuators or solenoids for small displacement motion control applications comes up often. This article explains the key differences between each product and why you might choose one over the other for your application. A non-commutated DC linear actuator
  • Hi-L Technique For DC Surge Testing
    This I-Presentation is a short introduction to a new technique that will offer users of high voltage test equipment that have motors with high impedance to view better qualified information about DC machines. This technique is designed to look at certain types of DC windings operated with direct
  • Aluminum Body Solenoid Valves Reduce Weight FCL Provides Solution for All Stages of Supply Chain Offering Fuel Cell Forecasts Molten Carbonate Fuel Cells Report Micro Fuel Cells Report
    " H. Series 50 valves are 1 " D x 2.4 " H. Both Series 20 & 50 valves are available with AC or DC power and catalog operating pressure ratings from 0 to 1000psi (higher ratings available). Series 20 valves are offered in 1/8 " and 1/4 " NPT. The
    WPS1 is a non-isolated low cost DC to DC down converter designed to accept wide range of. input volts, making it ideal power supply for contactor coils, solenoids or solar panels. Pinout is. compatible with Panasonic EHDRD3363 DC-DC converter.
  • Micro-Dispensing Liquid Pump
    New liquid dispensing pump technology that uses a solenoid rather than a dc motor precisely delivers fluids up to 20 times per second for accurate metering applications. The design of the pump also offers high reliability, normally an issue with solenoid-operated pumps and valves
  • Power-Supply Fundamentals
    as high as 10% of the output dc voltage. Even with filter networks on the output, the remaining ripple and load regulation may be insufficient for most modern electronic circuits. But some components -- relays, solenoids, and indicating lamps, for example -- do not usually require a precision
  • The "no blip " power supply
    the supply off. Supplies using what's called fold-back technology will cycle off, reset, and try to cycle on continuously as long as there's an overload. Clearly, inductive loads such as dc motors or solenoids won't start up properly when the power supply oscillates on and off. In addition, there can
  • Toward the Instant-On Actuator
    . An electric current flowing in its coil produces a magnetic flux and magnetic force which move the plunger toward a stationary stopper. Application of a dc step voltage to a simple actuator coil gives rise to a coil current following the classic V/R curve with time constant t , which therefore

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