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Valve for the medical industry 202 Series
solenoidproportional

valve for the medical industry
valve for the medical industry
valve for the medical industry
valve for the medical industry
valve for the medical industry
valve for the medical industry
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Characteristics

Applications
for the medical industry
Technology
solenoid, proportional

Description

The ASCO Series 202 Preciflow solenoid valves are designed to precisely control the flow rates in medical equipment and analytical instrumentation. They proportionally control the flow of air and inert gases by varying the electrical input signal to the coil. The compact, ultra-reliable valves are suitable for applications such as gas chromatography, mass flow controllers, dental equipment, and blood pressure monitoring instruments. Valve ActuationProportional; Solenoid Body MaterialBrass; Stainless Steel MediaAir, Inert Gas; Fuel Oil; Light Oil; Water Pipe / Port Size1/8 "; 1/4 "; 1/2 "; 3/8 " Port TypeG ISO228/1-G BSPP Function2 way - 2/2 Normally Closed FlowLess than .05 Cv; From .05-.1 Cv; From 0.1 Cv to 0.5 Cv Voltage24 DC Max Differential / Max Operating PressureVacuum to 10.3 Bar Operating EnvironmentIndoor Standards / RegulationsIP65 Low hysteresis (< 5%), excellent repeatability (< 3%), and high sensitivity (< 2%) make the valves ideal for high-precision flow control Minimum operating pressure is not required, and the valves are well-suited for vacuum operation Compact frictionless architecture saves valuable space in analytical and medical instrumentation Power consumption as low as 1 W fulfills the most stringent instrument power requirements Meets all relevant CE directives, and is RoHS compliant for applications in lead-free environments

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