Pneumatic solenoid valve

※ ISO228 / 1 standard, easy installation.
※ specialized O-ring, no need for the second lubrication
※ two position five-way can be directly converted into two position three-way
※ Manual switch, in situ testing when blackout
※ voltage can be customized.






    Description

    Pneumatic solenoid valves to open or close the pneumatic valve. It conforms to the NAMUR connection standard and is installed directly at the actuator’s air supply interface. At the same time two position three-way, five-way ,two five, electric control and double electric control products are as options.
    ※ ISO228 / 1 standard, easy installation.
    ※ specialized O-ring, no need for the second lubrication
    ※ two position five-way can be directly converted into two position three-way
    ※ Manual switch, in situ testing when blackout
    ※ voltage can be customized.

    Interface ISO228/1 standard G41/4
    Environ temperature -20℃~+50℃
    media filtration(50mm lubrication or compressed air ,-20℃ dew point)
    Reversing time about 40ms
    Installation NAMUR standard, DI/VDE3845 double holes
    Standard voltage 24DC,24VAC50Hz,110VAC50Hz和220VAC50Hz
    Voltage deviation ±10% standard
    Power consumption Standard coil:AC Pneumatic power 6VA,stable power 4.3VA((hot)DC2.6W(hot)3W(cold)
    Type of operation 100%ED(DB) continuous operation
    Level of Protection IP65 with DIN40050 proper installation adapter
    Electrical connection Pg9 connection

    Pneumatic solenoid valve (2) Pneumatic solenoid valve-2


    FAQS

    What is pneumatic solenoid valve?

    A pneumatic solenoid valve is a type of pneumatically-operated directional control valve. It is designed to open and close ports, allowing air flow only when the plunger inside is moved by an electric or pneumatic signal. When the coil in the solenoid receives electrical or pneumatic control, it creates a magnetic field that moves the plunger in and out of its housing. This movement opens and closes ports that allow air to flow through either one port (2/2 valves) or both ports (3/2 valves).

    The most common types of solenoid valves used for powering machines are usually 2-way, 3-way, 4-way, 5-way and more specific configurations depending on your needs. A 2/2 way valve consists of two ports: one for input where compressed air can enter from upstream pressure sources such as compressors; and another port leading to an actuator which can be used to power cylinders or machinery using energised compressed air supply.

    How is the working of 5/2 pneumatic valve?

    The 5/2 pneumatic valve is a directional control valve that is used to either open or close air, gas or vacuum circuits. It works by controlling the flow of the medium through two ports using a poppet-type spool with grooves along its length. When the spool is in its resting position, one port is kept closed while the other port is open; when an actuating signal, such as compressed air pressure, activates it, the valve shifts and reverses this configuration so that the previous open port now closes and vice versa.

    In terms of structure and design, 5/2 valves are typically composed of three parts: a pilot part (or actuator), an operator part (which contains a spool) and a body (which acts as housing). The pilot section receives signals from external sources in order to move the internal components inside; depending on which side of the spool seat those components rest against determines if flow through one port or another will be allowed. Depending on how far apart they are from each other can also affect performance. Finally, there can also be additional accessories attached to operate solenoid coils for non-latching multispeed applications since it requires more than just two positions for operation.

    Overall, due to their simple structure yet operational versatility when combined with accessories like solenoids or sensing elements for feedback loops—the 5/2 pneumatic valves have become essential tools for engineers involved in automation processes across various industries where precise control at every step needs to be monitored accurately….and reliably!

    How is the working of 3/2 pneumatic valve?

    The 3/2 pneumatic valve is a type of pneumatically operated directional control valve. It is composed of two parts: the pilot stage, which controls the main stage’s flow rate and direction, and the main stage itself which houses three ports; an inlet port (A), an outlet port (B), and pilot pressure port (P). When pressure from the pilot pressure port acts on either side of a diaphragm within the body, it causes it to move up or down depending on whether there is air or vacuum applied. This movement opens or closes either one of two possible lines that control flow between A and B.

    In its resting state, line 1 serves as a shuttle between A and B while line 2 remains closed. If we introduce air through P for example, by activating an electric actuator such as a solenoid valve attached to P, then this will cause movement at both ends of the diaphragm pushing it down into position 1 where line 1 closes while opening line 2 allowing fluid to flow freely from A to B without any resistance in-between.

    On releasing pressure from P again, this will cause movement at both ends of the diaphragm so lifting it back up into position 0 resulting in reverse action whereby line 2 closes but now allowing fluid out through line 1 with no restriction again creating free flow between A and B. In summary when activated by air supplied via P this 3/2 pneumatic valve has two positions – open/close – enabling precise control over flow direction ensuring consistent supply for various industrial applications including aerospace use due to their reliability even under high temperature conditions making them perfect for regulating devices downstream from compressors using pressured systems!

    What is the difference between 5 2 and 3 2 solenoid valves?

    A 5/2 solenoid valve is a type of solenoid valve that has five ports and two states – open or closed. It can be used to control the flow of different fluids in pneumatic, hydraulic, and other systems. The first port (P) is connected to an external source such as an air compressor or pressure tank. The second and third ports (A1 & A2) are connected together allowing fluid to pass through both when the valve is opened, while the fourth and fifth ports (B1 & B2) remain blocked off when it is closed. The two states of this type of solenoid are controlled by energizing either one coil or both coils depending on the desired state for that particular application. This type of solenoid can be used for directional control valves, which allow fluid flow in one direction but block it from flowing in reverse.

    In comparison, a 3/2 solenoid valve works similarly with only three ports instead of five – inlet (P), outlet 1(A1), and outlet 2(B1). It also has two states – open and closed – but they are normally reversed from that of a 5/2-valve: when energized, port A1 opens while port B1 remains closed; with de-energization taking place this situation reverses itself with port B being opened while A closes again. This type of 3/2-solenoids can be used for controlling single direction flows between multiple points like mixing various liquids or directing them towards separate outflows without allowing them to mix back up again afterwards.