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What is the response time of the solenoid when it is energized or de-energized?


The response time of the 2848231 12V Perkins Close Stop Solenoid, or any solenoid for that matter, can vary depending on its design, the operating conditions, and the specific application. Generally, solenoids are known for their fast response times, which are typically measured in milliseconds (ms).

For most standard solenoids used in diesel engine fuel systems like the 2848231, the response time is relatively quick. It can range from a few milliseconds to around 50 milliseconds. When the solenoid receives an electrical signal to energize (activate), it rapidly pulls the plunger or valve mechanism to open the fuel passage, allowing fuel to flow. Similarly, when the electrical signal is removed, causing the solenoid to de-energize (deactivate), the plunger or valve is quickly pushed back to close the fuel passage and stop the engine.

The exact response time can be affected by factors such as the solenoid's design, the force exerted by the solenoid, the type and pressure of the fuel system, and the electrical characteristics of the control circuit. In critical applications where precise control of engine starting and stopping is required, the response time is an important consideration.

For specific details on the response time of the 2848231 12V Perkins Close Stop Solenoid, it's best to refer to the manufacturer's documentation or reach out to their customer support for accurate and application-specific information.

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