Solenoid Valves

A Series Solenoid Valve

Part Number: A3212
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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION:

A Series Solenoid Valve is available in numerous port configurations, orifice sizes, and material combinations making it a highly flexible valve. This robust 2- or 3-way miniature solenoid is available in a stainless-steel body to resist corrosion for most acids, alkaline solutions, and harsh environments or plastic when specific inert or demanding requirements are needed.

LEAD TIME:

15 days
CE ROHS Gems Compliant CSA

Features

  • 0 to 6000 psi (0 to 414 bar)
  • No Moving Parts
  • Highly Resistant to Shock and Vibration
  • Long Cycle life
  • Ideal for Off-Highway; Mobile; Demanding Applications
Sku
A3212
CFGType
ABCD
Model
A Valve
MOPD
100 psi
Maximum Back Pressure
-
Body CV
0.04
Stop CV
0.04
Power
6 Watts
Body Orifice
3/64"
Stop Orifice
3/64"
Body Style
Grommet
Weight
0.02

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What is an isolation valve?

A diaphragm is used to isolate media from the over seat parts of the valve, reducing media contact with the valves internal components. This is suitable for aggressive liquids or gases and helps reduce the risk of media contamination.

What is a latching valve?

A latching valve is designed to allow the valve to stay either open or closed without continuous power.

What does MOPD stand for?

Maximum opening pressure difference across the valve. Gems solenoid valves range from 0 to 1000 PSI

What is the standard operating temperature on a Gems solenoid valve?

-40°F to 212°F / -40°C to 100°C Cryogenic valves are rated to -320°F / -196°C

What is the difference in the coil classifications?

Gems have 3 class options, each having a different maximum operating temperature. Be aware that valves left on for 5 to 10 minutes will self-heat. A typical 6 watt “A” valve will self-heat to 60°C while a 10 watt “D” valve will self-heat to 90°C Class B 266°F / 130°C Class F 311°F / 155°C Class H 365°F / 180°C

Does Gems Sensors do customized valves?

Yes, for qualified OEM applications. Together with your design team, Gems’ engineers can customize the best solution for your application.