195205-230 - 

Linear Solenoid, 12 VDC, 20.7 ohm, 7 W, 12.7 N, Push, Continuous

195205-230 - Linear Solenoid, 12 VDC, 20.7 ohm, 7 W, 12.7 N, Push, Continuous

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The 195205-230 is a STA® push Tubular Solenoid, ideal for high force, short stroke applications and on/off operation. The plunger has a shaft extension which then pushes out through a hole in the end of the solenoid case. STA® series tubular solenoids improve performance and provide longer life, quieter operation and improved reliability for demanding applications. STA models are constructed with a low friction nylon bobbin which insures a 25 million actuations life rating on all models. The tubular solenoid offer a built-in combination air gap spacer and plunger stop.
  • 60° plunger without anti-rotation flat
  • 30AWG wire
  • 1000VRMS dielectric strength
  • ±5% tolerance coil resistance


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