AAA Products International, Inc. Datasheets for Solenoid Valves

Solenoid valves are devices that use a solenoid to control valve activation.
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Product Name Notes
Double solenoid, 2-position, friction position. Spool shifts and remains shifted when one solenoid or the other is momentarily or continuously energized.
Double solenoid, 2-position, no springs. Spool shifts and remains shifted when one solenoid or the other is momentarily or continuously energized.
Double solenoid, 3-position, spring centered, closed center spool. All ports are blocked when both solenoids are de-energized. See for other spools.
Double solenoid, 3-position, spring centered. Spool returns to center, position "B", when both coils are de-energized.
Single solenoid, 2-position, pilot pressure returned spool. Pilot pressure from an external 3-way valve returns spool to its original position.
Single solenoid, 2-position, pilot returned spool. Spool returns to position "C" from auxiliary control valve furnished by the user.
Single solenoid, 2-position, pilot returned spool. Spool returns to position "C" from auxiliary control valve furnished by the user
Single solenoid, 2-position, spring return. Spool returns to original position when solenoid is de-energized.
Single solenoid, 2-position, spring return. Spool returns to position "C" when solenoid is de-energized.
Standard solenoid models are assembled for "Internal Pilot" operation; that is, the valves derive shifting pressure for the spool from the valve inlet port. The required pressure to shift the...
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