2 Port Solenoid Valve (2 Way Valve)/Air Operated Valve for Dust Collector VXF2/VXFA2


・Piping: Flange type, Flange body type, Direct piping type
・Orifice machining on the outlet is not necessary,
 so the time required for piping can be reduced.
 (Flange body type)
・Enclosure: IP65*
 *Electrical entry flat terminal type terminal is IP40.
・Applicable for high temperatures: Fluid temperature 100℃
・A flat terminal type has been added.
・The VXFC series is the designated controller.

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Flange type

Mounting can be changed depending on the piping conditions!

Flange body type

Orifice machining on the outlet is not necessary,
so piping man hour is reduced!

Direct piping type

■Installation Example

■Applicable for high temperature NEW

Fluid temperature:100℃

■Large port size is available

Port size 50A to 100A added


■Other Features


Electrical entry flat terminal type terminal is IP40.

Power consumption:4.5W

(Except size 25)

Flat terminal type added

■Dedicated Controller For Operation/Series VXFC

The valve controller turns ON/OFF many valves for the dust controller.

Power supply voltage:85 to 240 VAC, 12 VDC, 24 to 48 VDC
Number of output points:6 output points, 10 output points

Two-time Hitting Function

A two-time hitting function is adopted to improve the bag filter dusting efficiency. Turn ON the DIP switch for two-time hitting (OFF for one-time hitting). (Effective up to the number of setting channels)

Interrupt Operation Function

Interrupting an operation from an external switch is possible using input signals.

Cascade Connection (Multiple-board connection)

VXFC10: One board allows outputs at merely 10 output points max. But the points can be increased to 20 and 30 output points by connecting cascades.