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'[OT] micro mini air solenoids'
1999\02\11@161424 by William M. Smithers

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On Thu, 11 Feb 1999, Harrison Cooper wrote:

> Anybody have a source (maybe used in robotics?) of a very small air
> solenoid.  Needs to be low voltage, low current and low pressure (its just
> activating a rod to poke out).  Doing a web search...but not allot of luck
> yet...

If you mean a solenoid that switches compressed air, Snape-Tite/Allied
makes those - I think the smallest they make is 6v @ 1A, and handles
up to 250PSI.  I think they run about $20.  It's about 2.5"x1".

-Will

1999\02\12@034737 by Morgan Olsson

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At 16:08 1999-02-11 -0500, you wrote:
>On Thu, 11 Feb 1999, Harrison Cooper wrote:
>
>> Anybody have a source (maybe used in robotics?) of a very small air
>> solenoid.  Needs to be low voltage, low current and low pressure (its just
>> activating a rod to poke out).  Doing a web search...but not allot of luck
>> yet...
>
>If you mean a solenoid that switches compressed air, Snape-Tite/Allied
>makes those - I think the smallest they make is 6v @ 1A, and handles
>up to 250PSI.  I think they run about $20.  It's about 2.5"x1".

Try SMC, they have about the same size numbers, but in *centimeters*!
Often used as pilots on their larger valves, and now comes separately too.

/Morgan

>-Will
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1999\02\12@060057 by : Cassie Carstens

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Also
minimatic valves at
http://www.clippard.com/
http://www.clippard.com/images/c-ev.JPG
Cassie
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1999\02\12@121320 by a v

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I have used small air cylinders from radio control plane retractable
landing gear.  Try Robarts stuff. http://www.towerhobbies.com/ in the Us
will stock them.  I have also bought industrial grade; Wainbee here in
Canada distributes, I can look up the manufacturer at work.

AndyV


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>Subject:      Re: [OT] micro mini air solenoids
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>At 16:08 1999-02-11 -0500, you wrote:
>>On Thu, 11 Feb 1999, Harrison Cooper wrote:
>>
>>> Anybody have a source (maybe used in robotics?) of a very small air
>>> solenoid.  Needs to be low voltage, low current and low pressure
(its=
> just
>>> activating a rod to poke out).  Doing a web search...but not allot
of=
> luck
>>> yet...
>>
>>If you mean a solenoid that switches compressed air, Snape-Tite/Allied
>>makes those - I think the smallest they make is 6v @ 1A, and handles
>>up to 250PSI.  I think they run about $20.  It's about 2.5"x1".
>
>Try SMC, they have about the same size numbers, but in *centimeters*!
>Often used as pilots on their larger valves, and now comes separately
too.
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1999\02\18@105433 by a v

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In addition to the Robarts air cylinders, I have used Clippard products.
They are very small and of a high quality.

Andy

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