Small Push Pull Solenoid – 24V

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SKU: ROB-001 Mfg Part Number: TAU-0730TM Category: Tag:

Description

Solenoids are basically electromagnets: they are made of a coil of copper wire with an armature (a slug of metal) in the middle. When the coil is energized, the slug is pulled into the center of the coil. This makes the solenoid able to pull (from one end) or push (from the other)

This solenoid in particular is fairly small, with a 30mm long body and a ‘captive’ armature with a return spring. This solenoid is rate for 24V but can be activated with as low as 18V. When voltage is applied the solenoid moves and when voltage is removed the solenoid springs back to its original position. There are two tabs with holes on the chassis of the solenoid making mounting easy!

 

Features

  • Voltage: 24V
  • Current Draw: 0.25A (24V)
  • Coil Resistance: 96 Ohms
  • Weight: 1.4 oz / 39 grams
  • Body Dimensions: 30.5 x 14.5 x 17mm
  • Wire Length: 280mm
  • Push or pull type with 5.5 mm throw
  • 5 Newton starting force (24VDC)

 

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  Difficulty Level

Soldering Skill: N/A
Prototyping Skill: Beginner
Programming Skill: N/A

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  Product Attributes

Weight: 38 g

  Warranty Policy

This product has a 30 Day Warranty from the date of delivery. The item must not be modified, abused, incorrectly hooked up, or used for purposes outside the original scope of design.

  Return Policy

This product is returnable Within 14 Days of delivery. Item must be unopened, unused, and in re-saleable condition.

 
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Comments

  1. John Denney

    The spring end of the solenoid is threaded to accept a screw. What screw diameter and pitch fits?

  2. Chris @ BCR

    Hi John,

    The slug is tapped with an M3 thread – hopefully that helps!

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