2-way Piloting Solenoid Valve
The Lee Company’s new 2-way Piloting Solenoid Valve draws on the design elements of our ultra compact and field proven 3-way valve and provides a simplified flow path for applications requiring only two ports. The incorporation of our MultiSeal™ radically simplifies port layout, offers significant space savings, reduces machining costs and provides superior reliability over traditional sealing methods.
Available biased either normally open or closed, and with lead wires or integral electrical connector, the single coil 2-way Piloting Solenoid Valve weighs only 0.14 pounds and consumes just 7.8 watts at 28 Vdc.
Published by The Lee Company on Nov 14, 2017
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