Valve coil to resist snow, mud and water

25 April 2008

A new encapsulated valve coil from Sauer-Danfoss, designed for off-highway applications, is claimed to resist immersion in snow, mud and water, while tolerating voltage extremes and high temperatures. The design of the coil includes a solid metal frame around the protective plastic layer, which is designed to provide chemical protection and has an IP69K protection rating.

The ambient temperature rating for continuous duty operation is -40 °C to +71 °C and the input voltage tolerance runs from 75 to 133% of nominal. Electrical connections may be either the Metri-Pak 150 series Type 1, the Deutsch DT04-2P or 18 in lead wires.

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