In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1solenoide masculinosolenoid switch — interruptor de solenoide masculino
- A current of only 0-1.6 amps controls the solenoid.
- When commanded by the powertrain control computer, the solenoids direct oil to valve lifters equipped with the switching mechanism.
- In addition to motors, components such as transformers, solenoids, and large capacitors also create high currents upon start-up.
- Both BMW and Renault have shown concepts where valves are opened using electronic solenoids, while Fiat has demonstrated a hydraulic system.
- The new Ford Torque-Shift 5-speed automatic transmission has electronic solenoids to activate the clutch packs, replacing the bands.
- People, when this fault is happening to you, it's either your solenoid or your circuit board.
- For further understanding of the energy in a magnetic field, you may want to study magnetic fields in solenoids.
- Electronic solenoids actuate the clutch elements and these are close coupled to the clutches to optimize response time.
- Every generator, transformer, solenoid and motor - from power stations to car ignition coils, computers and electric shavers - relies on coatings to insulate all the copper wire in its basic construction.
- The operation of the relays was greatly improved by the incorporation of ‘high speed diodes’ across their solenoids.
- A wire to the transbrake solenoid broke on Trumble's car, allowing it to roll when he took his foot off the brake.
- The coils would be used on the pressurized gas tanks as solenoids for the main shutoff valves, so they had to be rock solid reliable.
- Without power supplied to the solenoid, the valve remains closed to water flow.
- This pressurised hydraulic fluid is under the control of an electric solenoid or motor operated valve to achieve the force and position required each time a clutch and/or gear change is needed.
- An integral solenoid and detector switch stops the card from being removed until it is safe to do so.
- The player mechanism operated when a series of electro-magnetic solenoids - one for each key - responded to certain codes.
- If you coil the wire into a solenoid the fields around the wire sum up and you get a magnetic field similar to that of a bar magnet on the outside but you get a uniform magnetic field on the inside.
- Nanoscopic wires grown in gold may be the world's smallest solenoids, according to new theoretical analysis of the structures.
- The starter solenoid is essentially a large electronic switch that can handle that much current.
- Please be careful if you try placing a magnet in your solenoid, as the magnet can shoot out.
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