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post #35 of (permalink) Old 11-13-2018, 01:54 PM Thread Starter
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Originally Posted by jeffkrol View Post
Each "color" has a meaning..
AFAICT.. Blue was electrical safe
analytical series is light blue..
O2 white
Corrosion resistant grey.
Yellow w/ "H" for high flow..

https://clippard.com/downloads/PDF_D...e%20Valves.pdf
Great Link! The options have my head spinning. I am especially interested in the manifolds as it would allow me to start different tanks on different photo periods without having to tee off and hang even more parts in space.
I believe the one I have ordered in the Diyco2regulator kit is the EV-3M-12 (standard) with a plug attached to the ends of the wires, and matching manifold.

My kit arrived. Turns out the model is the ET-3M-12. It has spade terminals and it comes with a lead connector to adapt from spade to the connection to match the power supply.

Question: the manifold that arrived with the solenoid is the 15490-5 which has two ports. What is the purpose of the two ports? redundancy? All of the multi solenoid manifolds seem to have one port. Would it be a problem running ET-3M-12 solenoids on a single port manifold?

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