Solenoid Pressure Valve Kits
Moroso 12-Volt Solenoid Valves allow remote control of fluid flow from the driver's seat. Each side of the solenoid valve contains a 1/2" NPT female port, a 1/2" NPT male nipple is also included if required for elbows or to suit other plumbing needs. Solenoid valve is open when toggle switch is on, when switched off remains closed regardless of ignition switch position. Use the toggle switch and 16 gauge wire included in the kit to wire the valve (you can also use one of Moroso's many Switch Panels for a professional installation). A 20-AMP fuse must be used between the power source and the switch. Use a power source that is active (i.e., "hot") only when the ignition switch is in the "on" position.
Solenoid Pressure Valve Kit's are better than a regular manual electric valve. The Solenoid Pressure Valve allows only the needed volume of oil to be released for quicker filling and discharging. An internal sensor electronically activates when engine oil pressure drops below normal. When engine returns to normal pressure, the accumulator refills automatically, ready for the next possible occurrence. Best to use in remote mount situations, where accessing a manual valve is not an option. Easy three-wire hookup and comes in three pressure ranges.
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