In this section we will read about
- I/P Converter (Current to pressure Converter)
- Valve positioner
- Parts of a pneumatic control valve positioner
- Control Valve and its types
- Solenoid Valve
- Pneumatic Cylinder
- Butterfly Valve
- Pneumatic Globe Valve
- Work of different Parts of a Control Valve
- Pneumatic globe valve types
- Characteristics of Control Valve
- Class of a control valve
- Pressure Transmitter
- Working principle of pressure transmitter
- Pin type pressure Transmitter
- Connections of a pressure transmitter
- How signal is checked in a pressure transmitter
In this lesson, we will study the solenoid valve.
A solenoid valve is an electromechanically operated valve. In the case of a two-port valve, the flow is switched on or off; in the case of a three-port valve, the outflow is switched between the two outlet ports.
How it Works?
the solenoid valve has a single input and two outputs. Air is given at input port and when the coil is not energized air extracted from one output end and when the coil is energized air extracted from another output end. A solenoid is normally used for the opening and closing of different types of control valves. One output air is used for closing the valves and other output air is used for opening the valves.
- Working principle
A solenoid valve has two main parts: the solenoid (coil) and the valve. The solenoid converts electrical energy into mechanical Linear motion which, in turn, opens or closes the valve mechanically. Spring is there in solenoid valve when supply is given to coil it gets energized and spring moves which open or closes the valve mechanically.
Solenoid converts electrical energy to mechanical energy and this energy is used to operate a mechanical valve that is to open, close or to adjust in a position.
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