|solenoide 12v 1/2||1.39||0.7||8377||17|
|solenoide 12v hydraulique||0.05||1||96||57|
|solenoide 12v rega||1.68||0.8||6689||66|
|solenoid 12v 100 amp||1.26||0.7||8576||49|
|solenoide 12 volt||0.77||0.2||1641||40|
|solenoid 12v continuous||1.36||0.4||6477||66|
|solenoid 12v continuous duty||1.12||0.4||9278||40|
|solenoid 12v 45n||1.01||0.3||4056||92|
|solenoid 12v valve||0.21||0.6||8174||96|
|solenoid 12v 925-1426a||1.02||0.4||9719||64|
|solenoid 12v startmotor||0.17||0.8||8825||99|
|valvula solenoide 12v||1.79||0.6||3746||67|
1/4" NPT Brass Electric Solenoid Valve 12VDC Normally Closed VITON (Standard USA Pipe Thread). Solid Brass, Direct Acting, Viton Gasket Solenoid Valve by U.S. Solid.What does a captive armature solenoid do?
This solenoid in particular is fairly small, with a 30mm long body and a 'captive' armature with a return spring. This means that when activated with up to 12VDC, the solenoid moves, and then the voltage is removed it springs back to the original position, which is quite handy.How does a solenoid work?
Description Description- Solenoids are basically electromagnets: they are made of a big coil of copper wire with an armature (a slug of metal) in the middle. When the coil is energized, the slug is pulled into the center of the coil. This makes the solenoid able to pull (from one end) or push (from the other)What is a return spring on a solenoid?
This means that when activated with up to 12VDC, the solenoid moves and then the voltage is removed it springs back to the original position, which is quite handy. Many lower cost solenoids are only push type or only pull type and may not have a captive armature (it'll fall out!) or don't have a return spring.