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LVLos Verdes (Spanish political party)
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LVLatent Variable
LVAlbanian Airlines (IATA airline code)
LVLumbar Vertebrae
LVLord Vader (Star Wars; fictional character)
LVLaserVision
LVLeft Vector (mathematics)
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LVLinking Verb
LVLeading Vehicle
LVLevel Valve
LVLight Voltage
LVLassa fever virus
LVLocate Stolen Vehicle (police incident code; New Zealand)
LVLive Variable
LVLatching Valve (or Latch Valve)
LVLehigh Valley Railroad Company
LVLet Vibrate (handbells)
LVLagrange-Vandermonde
LVLunch Voucher
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Schaeffler has developed a latching valve that is locked by a hydraulic pressure pulse before the engine stops; this means there is a small volume of pressurized oil stored, ready for the restart event.
The two- and three-way electronic latching valve has many of the same features as the company's EV valve line, including small, compact design, quiet operation, and a single moving element.
Humphrey Products introduces 2 latching valves, the model MI 210 2-way direct-acting latching valve and the model PI 300 3-way direct-acting latching valve.
The low-cost magnetic latching valve comes in a small package with pressures to 500 psi, far use where power is limited, coil heating is undesirable, or in tight spaces and remote areas where continuous power may not be available.
The 2- and 3-way electronic latching valve has many of the same features as the popular EV valve line including small, compact design, quiet operation, a single moving element, and more.
A small magnetic latching valve is designed for situations in which coil heating is undesirable or continuous power is unavailable.
They employ the digital latching valve technology first developed by Eddie Sturman of Sturman Industries.
Two latching valves, the model MI 210 2-way direct acting latching valve and the model PI 300 3-way direct acting latching valve, are offered to medical device manufacturers.
With pressures to 500 psi, this low-cost magnetic latching valve is designed for use where power is limited or coil heating is undesirable.
New low-cost, magnetic latching valves for when your power is limited or you need to avoid coil heating.
Sturman's early innovations included digital latching valves which were applied to the Apollo space program in the 1960s.
Residual magnetism is the key to the operation of digital or magnetic latching valves. After a primary magnetizing force is removed, a small permanent magnetic force remains in a material.