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Irrigation valve 47.009.302
controlelectricplastic

irrigation valve
irrigation valve
irrigation valve
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Characteristics

Applications
irrigation
Function
control
Operation
electric
Material
plastic
Other characteristic
threaded, 2-way
DN

9 mm (0.354 in)

Description

2/2-way lever valve NC, DN 9 Direct acting 2/2 way solenoid valve with different orifice sizes for control of neutral gases and liquids. The plunger of the magnetic system is protected by spatial separation from the medium. In particular, the low dead space is a further advantage of the lever valves. Valves of this design are single chamber valves with threaded connections. The coil system can be customised for common voltage and frequency ranges on request. Electrical operating safety is achieved by insulation class H and can be supported by an integrated protective circuit. Due to the use of high quality materials, the valve is applicable for high ambient and medium temperatures up to 90 °C. Ideally suited for dosing applications. The good thermal separation between the fluid path and solenoid also allows the use of temperature sensitive media, such as in the medical technology or analytics. Technical data Constructionlever solenoid valve Typesolenoid valve Ways2/2-way mode of operationdirect acting FunctionNC (normally closed) Fitting positionany MediaCold and heated potable water and physically and chemically similar media T-Medium90 °C max. (194 °F max.) T-Ambient60 (140) °C (°F) max. DN9 mm Pressure range0 - 0,6 bar Coil typeMS 44 Nominal voltage24 V DC other voltages on request Voltage tolerance+10% -15% Duty cycle100% Nominal power18,5 W Protection TypeIP 00 up to IP 65 according to EN 60529 Coil connectionsPlug Socket according to EN 175301-803 (IP65)
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