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What valve is used on this video!
#1
Hi all,

Hopefully this is in the right section... This video: 

Does anybody know what the valve is used? (01:04)

I did look at this one: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Fafada-Electric...012CFP0NC/

But the problem is, minimum pressure of 0.02Mpa (3psi) which isn't ideal... Plus looks like one way only

Thanks!


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#2
Hello Xerof,

I think this is a solenoid valve for the air we breathe.
Actuated they switch, they get air and the vibrator runs.
Lets get rid of the switch, stops the vibrator and she can not breathe.

Cute vulgarity Big Grin

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#3
I'm not sure it's a solenoid valve, more of a motorised valve (you can hear a motor turning every time). I could be wrong anyway

I have seen this one also: motorised valve which may do the trick.
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#4
(15 Jul 2016, 22:26 )xerof Wrote: I'm not sure it's a solenoid valve, more of a motorised valve (you can hear a motor turning every time). I could be wrong anyway

I have seen this one also: motorised valve which may do the trick.
The dimension is probably 1/2 inch.
The ball solenoid valve is there better, because more air passes.
Try out.

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#5
You can try this normally open solenoid valve
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#6
That's interesting, A normally open valve would be "safer" and I guess wouldn't suffer with the minimum required pressure to open again?

It got me also thinking of other things, such as the solenoid could just "click" where you could hear the motorised move. I may get both and see what works best.
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#7
(16 Jul 2016, 11:05 )xerof Wrote: That's interesting, A normally open valve would be "safer"
Yes, my point as well. For enema play I got myself a normally closed valve.
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#8
Just be aware of the voltages.
That N/O one is 24v
You may need powers supplies too
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#9
There is another N/O with 12V I found Smile Not many people would notice that Wink
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#10
Some more:

12v 1/4" N/O valve
12v 3/8" N/O valve
12v 1/2" N/O valve

I take it, the wider, the better, right?
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