Voltage standards for solenoid valves in the world

Voltage standards for solenoid valves in the world

A voltage, also called a potential difference or potential difference, is a measure of the amount of energy that is generated by the energy difference in the electrostatic field due to the potential difference. Its size is equal to the unit positive charge due to the electric field force from the A point to point B work done, the direction of the voltage specified from the high potential point to the direction of low potential. Voltage of the international unit system for the volts (V, referred to as volts), commonly used units are millivolt (mV), microvolts (μV), kV (kV) and so on. This concept is similar to the "water pressure" caused by the water level. It should be noted that the term "voltage" is generally used only in circuits, and "potential difference" and "potential difference" are commonly used in all electrical phenomena.

Solenoid valve has control coil, control coil voltage and DC, AC, and other well-known international brands Germany Ward WODE solenoid valve, for example, commonly used voltage DC 24V, 48V, AC 127V, 220V, 380V and so on.

 

But the world's voltage there are many kinds of standards are not the same, we distinguish between the introduction:

Voltage profiles of countries around the world

100V: Japan, North Korea

110 ~ 130V: Taiwan, the United States, Canada, Panama, Cuba, Lebanon, Mexico

220 ~ 230V: UK, Germany, France, China, Singapore, Hong Kong (200V), Italy, Spain, Greece, Austria, the Netherlands, Philippine, Thailand, Norway, Singapore, India, New Zealand, Australia

Note 1: 220 ~ 230V voltage in the country, also depending on the region and need to use 110 ~ 130V voltage and other circumstances, such as Sweden, Russia.

Most of the country's indoor electricity use 220 ~ 230V voltage, because the high pressure with power, high thermal efficiency and other advantages. Recently, Japan proposed a plan to raise the voltage, in the country caused widespread discussion.

 

The following are the voltage of each country:

Argentina: Voltage: 220V (single phase), 380V (three phase), frequency: 50Hz

Brazil: voltage: 110 / 220V (single phase), 380 / 460V (three phase), frequency: 60Hz

Canada: Voltage: 120 / 240V (single phase), 208 / 240V (three phase); Frequency: 60Hz

Mexico: Voltage: 127 / 220V (single phase), 220V (three phase); Frequency: 60Hz

United States: voltage: 120 / 240V (single phase), 208 / 240V (three phase); frequency: 60Hz

Australia / New Zealand: Voltage: 240 / 415V (single phase), 415V (three phase); Frequency: 50Hz

Hong Kong: voltage: 120 / 220V (single phase), 220V (three phase); frequency: 50Hz

India: Voltage: 230V; Frequency: 50Hz

Indonesia: Voltage: 230V (single phase), 380V (three phase); Frequency: 50Hz

Japan: voltage: 100 / 200V (single phase), 200V (three phase); frequency: 50Hz

Korea: Voltage: 220 (single phase), 380 (three phase); Frequency: 60Hz

Malaysia: Voltage: 220-240V; Frequency: 50Hz

Philippines: Voltage: 220V; Frequency: 60Hz

Singapore: Voltage: 230V (single phase) 400V (three phase); Frequency: 50Hz

Taiwan: voltage: 110 / 220V (single phase) 220V (three phase); frequency: 60Hz

Thailand: Voltage: 220V (single phase) 380V (three phase); Frequency: 50Hz

Vietnam: Voltage: 120 / 220V (single phase) 220V (three phase); Frequency: 50Hz

Denmark: Voltage: 230V (single phase) 380V (three phase); Frequency: 50Hz

Finland: Voltage: 230V (single phase) 380V (three phase); Frequency: 50Hz

Germany: Voltage: 230V (single phase) 380V (three phase); frequency: 50Hz

Hungary: Voltage: 230V (single phase) 380V (three phase); Frequency: 50Hz

Lithuania: voltage: 230V (single phase) 380V (three phase); frequency: 50Hz

Poland: Voltage: 230V (single phase) 380V (three phase); Frequency: 50Hz

Slovakia: Voltage: 230V (single phase) 380V (three phase); Frequency: 50Hz

Slovenia: Voltage: 230V (single phase) 380V (three phase); Frequency: 50Hz

Sweden: Voltage: 230V (single phase) 380V (three phase); Frequency: 50Hz

Czech Republic: Voltage: 230V (single phase) 380V (three phase); Frequency: 50Hz

Croatia: Voltage: 230V (single phase) 380V (three phase); Frequency: 50Hz

Norway: Voltage: 230V (single phase) 380V (three phase); Frequency: 50Hz

Switzerland: Voltage: 230V (single phase) 380V (three phase); Frequency: 50Hz

Ukraine: Voltage: 230V (single phase) 380V (three phase); Frequency: 50Hz

Russia: Voltage: 230V (single phase) 380V (three phase); Frequency: 50Hz

 

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Crude oil, refined oil, natural gas and other pipeline projects

Various pressure regulating stations, measuring stations

Gas storage

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Liquefied gas transportation and storage and transportation works

Land or offshore oil platforms and submarine pipelines, manifolds

Shipbuilding Engineering

All kinds of power plants

District heating works

Transport of Solid Flow Media

Other special applications / special design and production according to customer requirements.

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