Geeplus linear solenoids are “high performance” products designed for industrial applications. If you can’t find the right product for your application within our standard linear solenoid selection, we can either adapt existing designs with respect to electrical or mechanical properties or develop completely new solenoids for your particular application.
Linear Solenoid Product Groups
Push-Pull Solenoids: Robust on/off type linear solenoids; optimized for high holding force
Tubular Solenoids: Robust on/off type linear solenoids; optimized for long stroke
Open Frame Solenoids: On/off type linear solenoids in cost-effective open frame
3-Position Solenoids: On/off type linear solenoids with 3 positions available in cost-effective open frame version or in tubular version
Proportional Solenoids: Linear solenoids controllable in force for limited strokes
Super Stroke Solenoids: Unique linear solenoid offering a long stroke with cost-effective semi-proportional control.
Latching Solenoids: Linear bistable solenoids with 2 positions in cost-effective open frame version
Linear Solenoid Quick Guide
|Open Frame Solenoid||Tubular Solenoid||Push/Pull Solenoid||Proportional Solenoid||Latching Solenoid|
|Life Expectancy||Up to 5M Cycles||Up to 30M Cycles||Up to 50M Cycles||Up to 300M Cycles*||Up to 5M Cycles|
|Speed||From about 10ms||From about 5ms||From about 2ms||From about 5ms||From about 10ms|
|Cost||Low||Low to Medium||Medium||High||Low to Medium|
Linear Actuator Selection Guide
Using the following parameters (required stroke, life expectancy, controllability, speed and cost) you can greatly narrow down your search for a linear actuator. Still have questions? Contact one of our professionals and we’ll be happy to help you out.
Pick & Hold Circuit
For all of these linear solenoids, a Pick & Hold Circuit may be a helpful additional component. Pick & Hold circuits supply a higher peak current – and therefore force – for a limited time. In some applications this allows for a smaller actuator to be used, which may help to overcome size and weight constraints.
Not only does the Pick & Hold unit help the user to optimize excitation conditions for a solenoid device, in situations where large numbers of solenoids are being tested, cost savings in terms of labor, equipment and energy can be achieved by fulfilling the functions of a PWM current regulator and oscilloscope.
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