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Humphrey makes solid, reliable, heavy duty solenoids which can be used in our applications (haven't used them, but the spec sheets look good).
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Humphrey makes solid, reliable, heavy duty solenoids which can be used in our applications (haven't used them, but the spec sheets look good).
choice is limited on regular 1/8 npt port solenoid from humphrey.

only one model(2.4watts) out of the regular 1/8 npt port 2 way solenoid, is below 4watts.
currently have them(2.4watts) on the selling units.

low power consumption stainless steel Humphrey model exist, but not available on their website or on any PDF, they are the special order.
I was lucky to obtain some of these special Humphrey stainless steel solenoids, I believe they were used in tech trade show, then liquidated after the show.
it is in the picture, wasn't ready to give the name so I masked it, but now all of you know it is a Humphrey stainless steel solenoid.


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