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The response time of these systems is generally dependent on the choice of electromechanical components used in the blocking system (e.g., servomotors, solenoids, shape memory metals), but are generally less than half a second.
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In contrast to solenoid-type locks, modern gear-motor drives requires less current to handle greater loads, making them a more efficient method of electrifying locks without increasing their size. Being able to handle greater working ...
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The TI TIDA-00289 is a current controlled driver for 24-volt DC solenoids while the TIDA-00284 serves the same function for 230-volt AC applications. These current control designs can detect plunger movement into the solenoid coil,.
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Solenoids are electromechanical actuators that use electrical energy to produce a magnetic effect which performs a mechanical action. They are usually digital in operation (either “on” or “off”).
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The response time of these systems is generally dependent on the choice of electromechanical components used in the blocking system (e.g., servomotors, solenoids, shape memory metals), but are generally less than half a second.

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