Milwaukee MA955 CO2 Solenoid Valve

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Milwaukee MA955 CO2 Solenoid Valve

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The Milwaukee solenoid valve comes with a 1.5 meter power cord and fittings and is suitable for use with the MA957 CO2 Regulator

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will this work with a Aqualine Bushke Regulator?
Question by: Michael Melo on Jun 2, 2016 1:09:00 AM
Great question!
Unfortunately we are not familiar with the Aqualine regulator and cannot confirm the size which will fit. While the tubing will fit often the housing will be a different size. Feel free to let us know if you have any further questions.
Answer by: Connor (Admin) on Jun 2, 2016 11:06:00 AM
What is the input range for the Solenoid, 100-240V?
Question by: Therdpun on Jul 5, 2016 4:31:00 AM
Hi Therdpun,

Here are the full technical specs:

Solenoid

Inlet Connection: 4 x 6mm Hose

Outlet Connection: 4 x 6mm Hose

Pressure Range: 0 – 10 kg/cm2 Max

Ambient Temperature: –10° C to +60° C

Fluid Temperature: –10° C to +60° C

Seal Material: NBR

Exterior Material: Polyester

Valve Body Material: Brass or Aluminium

Cable Plug: DIN 43650B

Power Consumption: 40VA in 10ms (Power-On) at AC 220V 1VA (Holding) at AC 220V

Working Voltage: AC 100V to AC 230V

Insulation Resistance: Higher than 100MΩ/DC 500V


Electric Cable

Current Rating: 10A

Voltage Rating: AC 250V

Cord Specification: 3 Core, 0.75mm2
Answer by: Valerie W (Admin) on Jul 5, 2016 12:26:00 PM
Hi, can you tell me what size tubing this solenoid valve accepts? 4/6mm? something else?
Question by: Harlan H. on Feb 1, 2014 6:31:00 AM
It is a compression fitting that accepts 1/4" tubing like our 1/4" polyethylene tubing like you find at the link below:
http://www.bulkreefsupply.com/catalog/product/view/id/917/
Answer by: Bulk Reef Supply on Feb 1, 2014 6:31:00 AM

Full Details

The Milwaukee solenoid valve comes with a 1.5 meter power cord and fittings and is suitable for use with the MA957 CO2 Regulator.

Instructions: Perform a visual inspection to ensure that all cables and electrical connections are in good conditions. Please do not connect electrical power if any of these parts are damaged.

Connect all the necessary connections, including port A and port B. Please ensure that all connections are tightened properly.

After ensuring that everything is connected and properly secured, connect the power plug. If power (AC 100V ~ 230V) is present, the solenoid valve will be opened. If power is disconnected, the solenoid valve will be closed.

Please Note: Sometimes the solenoid valve is open before the power is connected, and gas starts to flow through when the gas connections are connected, please connect the power once and disconnect the power again to reset the position of the solenoid, which is supposed to be closed when power is absent and open when power is present.

Technical Specification: 

Solenoid

Inlet Connection: 4 x 6mm Hose

Outlet Connection: 4 x 6mm Hose

Pressure Range: 0 – 10 kg/cm2 Max

Ambient Temperature: –10° C to +60° C

Fluid Temperature: –10° C to +60° C

Seal Material:  NBR

Exterior Material: Polyester

Valve Body Material: Brass or Aluminium

Cable Plug: DIN 43650B

Power Consumption: 40VA in 10ms (Power-On) at AC 220V 1VA (Holding) at AC 220V

Working Voltage: AC 100V to AC 230V

Insulation Resistance: Higher than 100MΩ/DC 500V

 

Electric Cable

Current Rating: 10A 

Voltage Rating: AC 250V

Cord Specification: 3 Core, 0.75mm2

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  • Great By Nick on 1/3/2014

    Simple, small, heavy... I have this rigged to my Fluval 88 co2 system on my little 2.5 gallon planted tank. Much like all other companies, I am called to leave a review on the product after just receiving/applying the product. So far, it's preforming as desired. It does not have any hanging mounts or any attachment to keep secured to the side of the tank stand, so I used some adhesive to stick to the side of my stand. It can be attached to ADA's brand of Clear Parts Set of co2 tubing! And like always, thanks BRS!