|Place of Origin:||Made In Germany|
|Minimum Order Quantity:||2pcs|
|Price:||USD450-475 each one pcs|
|Packaging Details:||Packing in one carton,about 2kg.|
|Supply Ability:||10sets in 3days|
|Name:||Rexroth Proportional Pressure Relief Valve||Construction:||Spool Valve|
|Actuation:||Proportional Solenoid Without Position Control||Pressure Fluid:||Hydraulic Oil|
|Working Pressure:||315Bar||Power Supply Voltage:||24 VDC|
Rexroth Original DBETX Rexroth Solenoid Valve Proportional Pressure Relief Valve
Directly operated valves (pilot valves) for limiting system pressure.
Adjustable by means of the solenoid current, see Characteristic curve, Technical data and selected valve electronics.
Max. pressure stage: 315Bar
P1 – Ramp time
P2 – Sensitivity
P3 – Zero
P4 – Dither frequency
St1 – Terminal
LED – UB display
|Actuation||Proportional solenoid without position control, external amplifier|
|Connection type||Subplate, mounting hole configuration NG6 (ISO 4401-03-02-0-94)|
|Ambient temperature range °C||–20...+50|
|Pressure fluid||Hydraulic oil to DIN 51524...535, other fluids after prior consultation|
|Max. working press. (at Q = 1 l/min)||315Bar|
|Solenoid connection||Unit plug DIN 43650/ISO 4400, M16x1.5 (2P+PE)|
Type DBETX proportional pressure relief valves are remotecontrolled (pilot) valves in conical seat design.
They are used to limit system pressure.
The valves are actuated by means of a proportional solenoid.The interior of the solenoid is connected to port T
and is filled with pressure fluid.
With these valves, the system pressure that needs to be limited can be infinitely adjusted by the valve amplifier
electronics in relation to the solenoid current, at an oil flow that is as close as possible to constant.
To adjust the system pressure, a setpoint is set in the trigger electronics. Based on this setpoint, the electronics
control the solenoid coil with regulated PWM (pulse-width-modulated)
current. The proportional solenoid converts the current to a mechanical force, which acts on a main spring by means
of the armature plunger. An “additional” spring between the cone and
the seat contributes to stability and a minimal residual pressure. The spring force acting on the cone and the pressure
in the valve seat balance one another at a constant oil flow
(0.7...1 l/min). The “pmax” pressure stage is determined by the cone and seating bore configuration.
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