Solenoid gas control valve
The solenoid air control valve is a switch that delivers air to the gas control original. The latter is usually a kind of actuator. The solenoid is made up of a small size linear solenoid with a balanced, movable metal core. The solenoid can control the position of the metal core and guide the gas flow to the correct intake port. The common gas valve, which makes a small amount of current applied to the solenoid, can guide high pressure gas, usually as high as 100 psi (7 bar, 0.7 MPa, 0.7 MN/m2). Some solenoid operating specifications far exceed the air pressure.
The operating principle of solenoid pneumatic control valve is like transistor, which allows a large number of components to be controlled with a small number of signals. It is also an interface element between the electronic controller and the pneumatic control system.