Electromagnets in the form of linear solenoids are also correctly called DC single solenoids. The linear solenoid is a universal solenoid in which the armature is moved from the initial position to the final position by the action of electromagnetic force. The return is effected by external forces. The solenoid can be designed for pulling and pushing forces.
In principle, all linear solenoids work according to the same basic principles of electromechanics, whereby electrical energy is converted into mechanical energy.
It consists of a coil wound around a hollow cylindrical tube containing a movable metal rod or armature. When electric current flows through the coil, a magnetic field is generated that attracts the metal rod or armature so that it moves in a linear direction. The magnitude of the movement is directly proportional to the strength of the electric current.
The linear solenoid can be designed for pulling and pushing forces. It has a very long service life due to the extremely precise bearing. Design and equipment offer universal application possibilities.
A linear solenoid has many different properties and, depending on the design, properties can be created which apply in combination with each other: A linear solenoid is characterised by the following properties:
Furthermore, linear solenoids have the following advantages:
The variety of design and size is as rich as the number of customers.
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This depends on various factors such as size, design, application, material used, etc. Standard lifting solenoids can exert a lifting force of up to 650 N.
Lifting solenoids can be used in various industries and scenarios. As a rule, linear solenoids are used in the transport industry, energy technology and mechanical engineering.
Typical areas of application are: