Product Spotlight: Microsolenoid Driver

March 20, 2008
The D5400 microsolenoid driver (MSD) reduces heat buildup in solenoid-valve operators.

The MSD induces faster pull-in with a high input voltage and then automatically reduces voltage during hold-in. The connector can replace low-voltage power supplies, letting 120 Vac operate a 24-Vdc solenoid valve. The driver lets coils energize for an extended period of time without burnout. Fixed and adjustable versions with standard LED indicator lights and a 9-ft cable are available.

Canfield Connector
8510 Foxwood Court
Youngstown, OH 44514
(330) 758-8299

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