Technical Articles

GEEPLUS Inc. has published these technical articles:

(Solenoids)
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Bi-stable Rotary Solenoids can be driven in either direction and hold in either end position with no power applied. It takes just a short power pulse to create movement in these rotary solenoids.... (View Full Article)
(Motors)
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Voice Coil Motors are perfect for applications where excellent control for short stroke bidirectional linear actuation is required, e.g. in medical or optical equipment. Voice Coil Motors can develop... (View Full Article)
(Solenoids)
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When selecting a linear solenoid for an application, there are many different factors that can influence the choice. The selection process aims to identify the least expensive linear solenoid or... (View Full Article)
(Solenoids)
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Proportional Solenoids are linear actuators with a force proportional to the current in a limited range. With the addition of a return spring in your application you can make the proportional solenoid... (View Full Article)
(Solenoids)
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The rotary movement in our rotary solenoids is converted from a linear motion by the mechanical design of an inclined plane. These rotary solenoids have three uniform spiral grooves that are stamped... (View Full Article)
(Solenoids)
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Push-pull solenoids are the most robust series of linear solenoids and are therefore the best option for heavy duty applications. Their intelligent magnetic concept allows a very high holding force at... (View Full Article)
(Motors)
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Voice Coils Motors are perfect for applications where excellent control for short stroke, bidirectional linear actuation is required, e.g. in medical or optical equipment. Learn the parameters and... (View Full Article)
(Engineering and Scientific Software)
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A Pick & Hold circuit regulates current applied to a solenoid or motor, applying high initial current (PICK) to develop high initial force/torque for fast response, then reducing this after a preset... (View Full Article)
(Solenoids)
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Learn all about Latching Solenoids in this brief informative white paper... (View Full Article)
(Motors)
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Leadscrew Actuators produce linear movement from the rotation of a rotary motor. They are used in a variety of applications, including position adjustment of hospital beds and furniture, machine tool... (View Full Article)
(Solenoids)
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Potential Customization for open frame solenoids... (View Full Article)
(Valves)
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Pinch valves facilitate opening and closing the flow of liquid through a tube without any contact between the liquid and the valve itself. The tube is pinched between a fixed and a moving bar (pinch... (View Full Article)
(Magnets)
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The electromagnet is a simple holding device. When energised it will attach itself to a flat steel surface with high force. When de-energised the attracting force is switched off.... (View Full Article)