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Tubular solenoids provide an extended stroke range without compromising on force when compared to other linear solenoids. They are available as push solenoids or pull solenoids, in push solenoids the plunger is extended outward when current is applied, whilst in pull solenoids the plunger is retracted inward.
We have 3 types of plungers based on the required stroke of the application.
Our standard 60° angle plunger
Flat face plunger for strokes under 1.5mm
90° angle plunger for strokes 1.5-2mm
The solenoids plunger can be further customised with different load take-off options for a variety of mechanical linkages.
The space-saving cylindrical design and single-point fixing allows for easier installation and mounting, making tubular solenoids convenient to work with in limited spaces. The enclosed design of the tubular solenoid provides protection against dust or dirt in the environment. This helps maintain the performance of the solenoid over time, making it a reliable choice for long-term use.
The space available in an application for a solenoid to fit and function.
Stroke length dictates which model of solenoids can be used.
Force or Torque
Desired force at a given stroke length.
A % of time solenoids are actuated in one cycle. Duty cycle = (Active time / Total cycle time) x 100. If the duty cycle is exceeded this can cause overheating or mechanical failure.
Most solenoids need an opposing force to return the plunger to its start position. This can be either a return spring or simply gravity depending on application requirements.