|Item Weight||10.4 ounces|
|Package Dimensions||3.1 x 2.1 x 2 inches|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
HOSL DC 12V 1/4 Inch Electric Solenoid Valve for Air Water / Replacement Brass Valve for Use with Pipelines in Water, Air and Diesel Applications
|Price:||$9.99 & FREE Shipping on orders over $25. Details|
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High quality replacement part for use with pipelines in water, air and diesel applications Acting Motion: Direct action Medium: Air, water, diesel Operating Type: Directly driven State: Normally closed Supply Voltage: 12V DC Supply Current: 1.4A Pipe Size: 1/4" Orifice: 2.5 mm Operating Pressure: 0kg/cm2 - 10kg/cm2 Fluid Temperature: -5-80℃ CV: 12 Operating Viscosity: Under 20CST Installation: Fluid direction should be as the arrow shows Valve Body: Brass Oil Seal Material: NBR Package Includes: 1 x Electric Solenoid Valve 1 x User Manual Brand:HOSL
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May not be readily apparent but this is a restricted flow valve. The passthrough orifice is 2.5mm. This was exactly what I wanted, but make sure it's what you need. With normal 80-100psi domestic water pressure you'll get about 1.5Gpm flow rate.
The coil draws about 1amp at 12v....that's 12W, so it get's quite warm when activated for long periods, make sure you don't have it too enclosed.
I operated the valve down to 10v and it worked fine YMMV.
I am using two of these valves to inflate and deflate my air bags for towing. I have them connected on each side of a manifold with the inlet of the air bag between. So far it does well as long as there is equal or greater pressure on the inlet.