The specification sheet below displays the typical information needed to design and manufacture a new solenoid design. Once designed, we model and test new solenoids in our facility in West Carrollton, before shipping them to our customers for application testing. The spec sheet then serves as the documentation for the ongoing manufacturing of that design, once the customer has confirmed that the new product performs to the necessary expectation.

Features
  • Projected life of 125 million cycles
  • Quiet actuation ideal for office environment
  • Interfaces with plastic or metal daisy wheel
  • Unique patented construction minimizes bounce to precise limits
  • Lead wire length variable
  • Simple to install and adjust

Availability
The part number described in this preliminary data sheet is 381814-001.

The unit is designed to accept different size and weight plungers as your requirements may dictate.

Call us for prices and prototype information.

Produced and Protected by US Patents 4,272,748 4,200,401 & 5,527,117

Specifications
Force: .011 to .019 joules at 5 amps typical
Stroke: .150" x 250" travel
Insulation Resistance: 1000 megohms
Dielectric Strength: 500 VRMS
Coil Resistance: 1.9 ohm + .1 chm @ +20 C
Finish: Zinc with black chromate finish
Weight: 1.14 oz. (32g) incl. Plunger. Plunger wt. 14 oz (4.g)



Environmental
Life: 125 million actuations projected
Operating Temperature: + 70 C surface max.
Humidity: 95%

Electrical Hook-up
28 VDC + 5 VDC with 1 to 3.5 ms on time
1/10 duty cycle
4-6 amps constant current
5 watts input procedures an 80 rise at 25 C ambiant. The trial coil temperature should not exceed 105 C (rise plus ambiant)
The solenoid was mounted on a 3" x 3" x 1/8" aluminum plate for test purposes
Current, on time and duty cycle must be controlled to insure that the maximum coil temperature is not exceeded.
Frequency
40 Hz with .150" stroke