These new electric solenoids are recommended by Co-Z Development Corp. as ideal electric engine primers for homebuilt aircraft. These normally closed 2-way valves are direct acting and have only two moving parts, a viton plunger and stainless steel spring. Can be installed in any position and are easy to inspect without removing from the line. Pipe size is 1/8" NPT. Orifice dia. 1/8". Wt. 5 oz. #1 port is out, #2 port is in. Will handle max. PSI of 60.
A universal stainless steel mounting bracket for the 1/8" NPT valves may be ordered separately. The mounting bracket can be assembled to the valve body utilizing the body mounting holes. See accessories.
05-04368: 12V SOLENOID VALVE 751-50010
05-04369: 24V SOLENOID VALVE 751-50030
Good product, easy to install
24V SOLENOID VALVE 751-50030
Designed a setup for my 912 works great even at 23 deg temperature sprays into the intake no choke needed
Simple economical primer eliminates a lot of plumbing in the cockpit and that useless expensive manual plunger primer.
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It is a 12V unit and can be controlled by a switch of the builders choice. It will depend on the application. The manufacturer does not have specific installation instructions.
This is a solenoid only, and requires input pressure. It has been used in primer lines for the fuel to flow to the cylinders when an electric fuel pump is on.
Per the instructions with the unit, #2 port is in, and the #1 port is out.
This will be .33 amps.
Per the supplier: We do not have an exact match for this pump in a normally open configuration.