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    A Solenoid’s Place in High Speed Parcel Processing

    January 20, 2020

    Authored by: Cody Link Rising Shipment Rates With the ever-increasing E-Commerce market, parcel sorting will be a number one priority. It is estimated that packages being delivered by conveyor will reach up to 16 billion this year, and this number doesn’t include internationally, which will run up to around 87 billion packages. With industry juggernauts like Amazon now providing not only two-day shipping, but now doing one-day shipping and delivering perishable foods this requires shippers to further automate their processes which need faster machines in order to keep their lines running efficiently and in line with customer demands. Cities feeling … Continue reading A Solenoid’s Place in High Speed Parcel Processing

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    7 Ways Your Production Tooling Manufacturer Can Help You Achieve Cost Efficiencies

    September 30, 2019

    Production tooling and machine fabrication are key to producing many electric components. Many electrical tools, cabinets, and other products require significant design and manufacturing. Whether designing parts for further manufacturing, tools, or other uses, a great production tooling manufacturer will help you achieve cost efficiencies. Long-Term Manufacturing Relationships When it comes to work processes, long-term relationships are the greatest help in achieving cost efficiencies. A manufacturer who has a relationship with its customers delivers consistent products and tools; they manage budget needs, and can free up customers to focus on running the business, instead of managing the supply chain. What … Continue reading 7 Ways Your Production Tooling Manufacturer Can Help You Achieve Cost Efficiencies

  • Automatic Infusion Pump And Iv Hanging On Pole In Hospital; linear and rotary solenoid applications

    The 5 Best Industry Applications For Linear And Rotary Solenoids

    September 25, 2019

    Electromechanical devices (e.g., linear and rotary solenoids) play a tremendous role in manufacturing processes and thousands of consumer products which make our lives easier and more productive. Both linear and rotary solenoids operate by converting an electrical signal into a magnetic field, which is then translated into linear or rotary motion. When the ferromagnetic actuator, or “plunger,” slides “IN” and “OUT,” this robotic motion is harnessed to either continuously hold a position or to operate as an ON-OFF pulse (latching). Through Johnson Electric’s innovative engineering and design, linear and rotary solenoids can operate in all environmental conditions at extremely high speeds, with an … Continue reading The 5 Best Industry Applications For Linear And Rotary Solenoids

  • Hand Inserting Key Card To Unlock A Door Security Authentication; this uses a magnetic latching solenoid

    The 5 Key Advantages of Magnetic Latching Solenoids

    September 19, 2019

    In standard solenoid valves, the solenoid requires the introduction of an electric current to produce a magnetic field. This magnetic field pulls the plunger away from the opening and allows the valve to open. With standard solenoid valves, they must continuously receive electrical power to keep the plunger in the open position, which makes them inefficient compared to magnetic solenoids. Magnetic latching solenoids have a small permanent magnet fitted on top of the valve. The introduction of the permanent magnet allows the valve to stay open even after the electrical power is turned off, offering more significant energy saving options … Continue reading The 5 Key Advantages of Magnetic Latching Solenoids

  • Transportation Industry In A “Buzz” Over Haptics

    May 15, 2019

    by Tony Gonzalez When A “Buzz” Can Save A Life According to the National Highway Safety Administration, 3.2% of crashes attributed to the driver were the result of “…being sleepy or actually sleeping at the time of the crash.” In 2017, drowsy driving “claimed 795 lives,” and this is just one type of driver impairment. Though no alert system will prevent all accidents, the haptic “buzz” can mitigate the risk and potentially save a life. People unfamiliar with the word “haptic” have a working knowledge of the term through their smartphones. The “buzz” they feel when there is an alert … Continue reading Transportation Industry In A “Buzz” Over Haptics

  • Industry Solutions For The Most Common Solenoid Valve Challenges

    April 30, 2019

    Whether you’re a mechanical or electrical engineer or the senior purchasing manager at a major manufacturing facility, you’re likely familiar with solenoid valves and their role in the flow of liquids and gases. But when a solenoid valve begins to malfunction, you may not be equipped to deal with the many issues that may arise.

  • The Top 5 Trends In Medical Device Manufacturing In 2019 And Beyond

    April 30, 2019

    As the owner or operator of a medical device company, your livelihood hinges on your ability to set yourself apart from your competitors. Developing strategies to maximize product quality while minimizing the time required for a device to hit the market is essential to gaining a strong foothold in the medical device arena.

  • The History of the Rotary Solenoid

    April 9, 2019

    Rotary solenoids are electromechanical devices used for a variety of applications. They have a strong connection to Dayton and are vital for long life operation in challenging environments. What, Exactly, is a Rotary Solenoid? A rotary solenoid uses three ball bearings to convert linear motion to rotary motion. When power is applied, it rotates a ratcheting mechanism using an electromagnetic coil.

  • How Solenoid and Haptic Actuators are Transforming Automotive Safety Technologies

    March 12, 2019

    Most cars are driven purely mechanically, however drive-by-wire technology is starting to make its way into the automotive sector. Many drivers are resistant to the change, especially with non-traditional controls such as a joystick; however, similar technology has been used in airplanes since the 1990s.

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