A solenoid valve coil, which typically has a copper or aluminum wire, is often used to generate linear motion out of electricity. The coil is made up of a wire wrapping around a hollow space containing a ferromagnetic core.How do you test a solenoid coil?
Testing the coil of solenoid valve can also be conducted with the multimeter. Power on the solenoid valve, take off the connector plug, and use the multimeter to test whether there is power or not. Power on the solenoid valve and move the thin steel wire close to the coil to see whether its suction is viable.What do you know about solenoid coil?
A solenoid coil is a wire tightly wound around a conductive core with a hollow center. When an electric current is passed through the coil, a magnetic field is created, thereby effectively forming an electromagnet.