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Thread: The solenoid valve chase, after Parker H3L

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt F. View Post
    $31 is better than $48, but that price might go up now that there is a lot of attention on it.
    Yep, I'd expect that.
    Nice needle valves use to run 20$ on ebay.

    Stainless steel is a nice look, sexy etc, but not required for us, but then again, neither is a dual gauge. I still like cool nice stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Barr View Post
    Nice needle valves use to run 20$ on ebay
    Those were the days. I've heard you could get a nice stainless regulator off ebay for $20-40 range!

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    The price has gone up to $40 now.

    In addition, since the 2822 is a 24VDC solenoid, wouldn't an additional AC adapter be required (additional cost)?
    Last edited by Darkblade48; 10-26-2012 at 02:54 AM.

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    24V DC power adapter is $2-$5, from ebay...

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    Is wiring this solenoid same on this thread?

    http://www.barrreport.com/showthread...-6011-solenoid

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    Quote Originally Posted by herns View Post
    Is wiring this solenoid same on this thread?

    http://www.barrreport.com/showthread...-6011-solenoid
    No. That is for AC current.

    The 24V DC Burkert solenoids have two wires coming out of their cable plug instead of 3. You just connect the two wires of your 24V DC transformer singly to the solenoid's two wires. It isn't directional. Polarity doesn't matter.

    Which 24V DC Burkert solenoid did you get? The 2822 or the 6011?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Left C View Post
    No. That is for AC current.

    The 24V DC Burkert solenoids have two wires coming out of their cable plug instead of 3. You just connect the two wires of your 24V DC transformer singly to the solenoid's two wires. It isn't directional. Polarity doesn't matter.

    Which 24V DC Burkert solenoid did you get? The 2822 or the 6011?

    Ah, I see. I got confused between the two.

    I got the 2282.
    Thanks
    http://www.ebay.com/itm/150945766674...84.m1438.l2649

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    Quote Originally Posted by herns View Post
    Ah, I see. I got confused between the two.

    I got the 2282.
    Thanks
    http://www.ebay.com/itm/150945766674...84.m1438.l2649
    I can't decide if I want to get a 2822 or not. Will you have your regulator build with the 2822 going soon? Is so, please let me know what you think.

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