ELECTROVÁLVULA 3/2 vías y 5/2 vías Namur

Description

 

The 3/2 way KTN solenoid valve and 5/2 way Namur is an electric solenoid valve. Due to this, it allows to control remotely the passage of fluids and gases in a system. Two-way solenoid valves have the option to completely close or open the passage. Therefore, they are recommendable in fluids that do not require precise regulation.

On the other hand, 3-way valves allow to switch the input between two outputs, which gives us the option of exchanging the heating of one or the other system alternatively, using a single circulation pump.

 

The valve operates through a solenoid coil. It moves after receiving an electromagnetic impulse that converts electrical energy into mechanical energy. When the electromagnetic impulses are stopped, a spring returns the valve to its original position.

 

The fact that the KTN electro valves can be operated remotely makes them the ideal solution to control the entry and exit of fluids and gases in hazardous environments (high temperatures, chemical abrasive agents …) or in areas of difficult access.

 

We have solenoid valves that work both with alternating current, from 24 to 600 volts, or, for direct current, from 12 to 24 volts

 

Especifications

MODEL:
4V310-08
TYPE:5/2
FLOW:25mm
2
(Cv=1.40)
MODEL:
3V310-08
TYPE:3/2
FLOW:25mm
2
(Cv=1.40)

CONNECTION PORTS:
ENTRANCE = OUTPUT = ESCAPE = G1/4”
ENVIRONMENTCLEAN AIR
FUNCTIONPILOT
WORKING PRESSURE
0.15 ~ 0.8MPa
MAX. PRESSURE1.2MPa
TEMP. ENVIRONMENT- 5 ~ 50ºC
STANDARD VOLTAGEDC24V
AC24V 50Hz/60Hz
AC220V 50Hz/60Hz
VOLTAGE TOLERANCE± 10%
POWERAC:4.5.5VA DC:3W
ISOLATING CLASSCLASS F. IP65
TERMINALAIR CABLE O DIN 43650B PIN
FRECUENCY5 CICLES/s
REACTION TIME0.05s

 

For more technical and detailed information click on the link bellow

Data sheet: 4V310-08

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