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uxcell AC 110V 5 Way 2 Position 3/8"PT,Pneumatic Air Solenoid Va

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uxcell AC 110V 5 Way 2 Position 3/8"PT,Pneumatic Air Solenoid Va

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Product description

Specification:
Product Name : Solenoid Valve
Model: 4V230-08
Weight: 430g
Color : Black,Silver Tone
CV values: 1.68
Voltage : AC 110V
Control Type: Power Ups
Valve Type: 5 Port 2 Position
Mounting hole Size :4.5mm / 0.18"
Exhaust Hole size: 1/4" PT
Air Flow In and Out Hole Size : 3/8" PT
Seal material: NBR
Main parts material: Aluminum alloy
Working pressure: 0.15~0.8mpa
Operating temperature: -20~70Degree Celsius
Total Size : 194 x 68 x 27mm /7.64" x 2.68" x 1.06" (L x W x H)

Package Included:1 x Solenoid Valve

Description:
1.The strength of the aluminum alloy valve body is large. The valve body is made of new aluminum alloy material, which has strong pressure resistance,good corrosion resistance and fast heat dissipation.
2. sealing ring. seals for durability and longer life
3.High precision valve stem. Imported lubricants to ensure lubrication and reduce friction during exercise
4.High frequency sub-head. Made of conductor material with 6 times in 1 second high intensity and high frequency response for smoother operation
5.The coil is easy to disassemble. Removable core nut, coil damage can be replaced at any time
6. electronic components. The copper coil can work hard for a long time, the wiring operation is simple,Lights up when power is on
7.Used for controlling pilots or diaphragms of larger valves or small cylinders or any pressure system that is alternatively pressurized and exhausted.

ATTENTION
The manual button tests the status of the product when it is powered up
When the valve is not energized, p on the product map points to A is normally open, and B points to S is normally closed.

uxcell AC 110V 5 Way 2 Position 3/8"PT,Pneumatic Air Solenoid Va

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