 


Quantity adjustment on next page Series E22150 If the internal wire gauge for winding is predetermined or if the "voltage" is different from the above, enter the desired information in the above box labeled "Special Comments" and select the closest "voltage" and "duty cycle". C = Continuous (100%) Duty Cycle, Maximum OnTime = Infinite Approximate Input Power = 5 Watts Holding force against cold rolled steel with a thickness of: 0.375” (9.5 mm): 49 Lb (22.2 Kgf – 218 N) 0.250” (6.4 mm): 46 Lb (20.9 Kgf – 205 N) 0.188” (4.8 mm): 43 Lb (19.5 Kgf – 191 N) 0.125” (3.2 mm): 39 Lb (17.7 Kgf – 174 N) I = Intermittent (50%) Duty Cycle, Maximum OnTime = 600 Seconds Approximate Input Power = 10 Watts Holding force against cold rolled steel with a thickness of: 0.375” (9.5 mm): 53 Lb (24.0 Kgf – 236 N) 0.250” (6.4 mm): 51 Lb (23.1 Kgf – 227 N) 0.188” (4.8 mm): 48 Lb (21.8 Kgf – 214 N) 0.125” (3.2 mm): 44 Lb (20.0 Kgf – 196 N) L = Long Pulse (25%) Duty Cycle, Maximum OnTime = 180 Seconds Approximate Input Power = 20 Watts Holding force against cold rolled steel with a thickness of: 0.375” (9.5 mm): 61 Lb (27.7 Kgf – 271 N) 0.250” (6.4 mm): 59 Lb (26.8 Kgf – 263 N) 0.188” (4.8 mm): 55 Lb (24.9 Kgf – 245 N) 0.125” (3.2 mm): 51 Lb (23.1 Kgf – 227 N) P = Pulse (10%) Duty Cycle, Maximum OnTime = 60 Seconds Approximate Input Power = 50 Watts Holding force against cold rolled steel with a thickness of: 0.375” (9.5 mm): 75 Lb (34.0 Kgf – 334 N) 0.250” (6.4 mm): 71 Lb (32.2 Kgf – 316 N) 0.188” (4.8 mm): 66 Lb (29.9 Kgf – 294 N) 0.125” (3.2 mm): 62 Lb (28.1 Kgf – 276 N) Tubular Low Profile Electromagnet, 1.50" (38 mm) DIA X 2.15" (55 mm) L. Mounting: 1032 threaded hole. Minimum Heat Sink: Equivalent of 6.0" x 6.0" x 0.125" (152 mm x 152 mm x 3.2 mm) metal Plate All values are at 25ºC. Duty Cycle= on time/(on time+off time) in one cycle of operation when voltage is being cycled on and off. V = R × I P = V × I = V² /R = R × I² V = input D.C. voltage (volts) R = electromagnet resistance (ohms) I = current used by electromagnet (amperes) P = input power to electromagnet (watts) Quantity adjustment on next page 