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Solenoid Driver Module
item #: ELSOSDM840



Availability:   in stock - available for immediate shipment


Unit Price:   
1-4 pieces: $93.31   
5-9 pieces: $81.84   
10-24 pieces: $72.99   
25-49 pieces: $65.83   
50-99 pieces: $59.80   
Prices for larger quantities may be obtained by contacting us or by clicking the RFQ below.  
OEM quantities, more than 100 units or special instructions:
  

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One method of consuming less energy is to apply a voltage to the solenoid coil to provide the necessary force to pull the plunger in, then, when seated, drop the voltage down to a level sufficient to maintain the plunger in a seated position.

The Pick and Hold Module is designed to apply an initial higher voltage to the coil for a pre-determined period of time and then drop the voltage to a pre-determined percentage of the initial value through pulse width modulation to avoid over heating the solenoid coil

The above voltage sequence will be applied to the coil when a voltage (2 to 40 VDC) is applied to the trigger. The trigger voltage can be a secondary voltage (external trigger) or the same voltage used for input voltage (internal trigger).

This is particularly useful when a solenoid requiring a relatively large amount of power needs to be turned on and off with a low power trigger voltage such as a TTL compatible signal.


Parameter Min Typical Max Units
Supply Input Voltage
8
 
40
VDC
Peak Current  
20
A
RMS Current  
3
A
Command (Trigger) Range
2
 
40
VDC
Command Input Resistance
50
  
KOhms
Operating Temperature
0
 
80
Deg C
Storage Temperature
-40
 
125
Deg C
PWM Frequency 
20
 
KHz
Peak Time  
100*
 
mSec
Holding Voltage to Supply Voltage Ratio 
30**
 
%

* Peak time can be made longer in factory on special orders.

** Holding voltage is preset in factory at 30% of input voltage.
  This value can be adjusted with the potentiometer on the board.



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