HK SP CAE

Coil for solenoid-operated directional control valve HK DKE


Properties

Scope of supply with O-ring
Corresponding connectors HKSP664, HKSP666, HKSP667, HKSP668

Hints

As far as AC coils are concerned, power input is considerably higher in the take-up phase than in the stopping phase. These must therefore never be operated without a magnet core since there is a danger of overheating and the coil can burn through. A similar effect occurs if valves with AC magnets are operated with extremely high pulse frequencies (On / Off). In such cases the coils, which are often in the vicinity of the high power input, can also overheat. For such applications the use of RC coils with rectifier plugs is recommended.
With DC coils extremely high power spikes can occur during powering down. We therefore recommend the use of plugs with protective circuits when using such coils.
Tightening torque for attaching nuts of the solenoid coils: 3Nm

Article Table

Product Name Nominal voltage +/- 10 % for valve type Average power consumption W Weight kg
Product Name Nominal voltage +/- 10 % for valve type Average power consumption W Weight kg
HK SP CAE 12DC 12 VDC HK DKE DC 36 1,10
HK SP CAE 24DC 24 VDC HK DKE DC 36 1,10
HK SP CAE 230RC 230 VRC HK DKE DC 36 0,52
HK SP CAE 110AC 110 VAC - 95 0,40
HK SP CAE 230AC 230 VAC - 95 0,40
HK SP CAE 220DC 230 VRC HK DKE DC 36 0,40

Order hints

Other types of coil on request

Disclaimer

Despite careful checking, we cannot guarantee the accuracy of all information included on this site, and we accept no liability.
All data and information in our online catalogue are based on currently valid standards and the regulations from the employer's liability insurance association. Product safety can only be guaranteed when our assembly instructions are carefully observed. Non-adherence to these regulations can affect product operation and functioning and result in a loss of warranty. Our warranty is only valid for HANSA-FLEX products. Our products are constantly subject to further development and technical changes are therefore possible.