Takano’s rotary solenoids use a cylindrical permanent magnet as the rotor and produce true rotational motion from the repulsive and attractive forces induced between the permanent magnet and the magnetic poles in the yoke. Unlike conventional rotary solenoids built to mechanically convert the back-and-forth linear motion (thrust-direction motion) of the shaft into rotational motion, our rotary solenoids produce rotational motion with no axial motion of the output shaft. Models with dual ball bearings ensure a longer life, and holding position at the end stops magnetically reduces system power consumption.
Takano Step Rotary Solenoid applies the fundamental structure of bi-stable rotary solenoid with additional magnetic poles to enable multi-positional control. Similar to bi-stable rotary solenoid, the forces of attraction and repulsion between the permanent magnet of the rotor and the magnetic pole generated in the yoke induce rotational (step) motion for rapid switching between multiple positions.
Latching solenoid is a self-holding linear solenoid using permanent magnets. It is energy-efficient because it maintains its position by the attractive force of the permanent magnets. There are bi-stable type and mono-stable type based on the type of circuit.
Chemically inert solenoid valves for various applications. Employing highly chemical/corrosion resistant materials and the unique valve structure to prevent liquid contamination allow Takano Solenoid Valves to be ideal for medical, diagnostic and analytical instruments.
It incorporates Takano's proportional solenoid valve, and is ideal for precise and immediate flow control of gas inside medical, analytical and other devices. It offers excellent reliability and design flexibility along with significant cost savings.
Takano electromagnet consists of an iron core and a coil. It absorbs magnetic substances only while energized through the magnetic action induced by electrical current. This compact functional device offers a simple construction, high reliability, and high power. The unique structure to minimize residual magnetism is also the feature of our electromagnet.