These rings were pivoted, too, so that an unbelievably intricate series of motions could be given to the solenoid within them all.
The product AN is called the “ampere-turns” on the solenoid.
By inserting in the solenoid an iron core or round bar of soft iron.
On what, besides the current strength, does the magnetizing power of a solenoid depend?
On the lower horizontal roller carrying the supply of paper is a ratchet and pawl movement, actuated by a solenoid.
The solenoid dropped to the floor from the broken small contrivance.
With the solenoid the only sound in the telephones was the voices of the persons speaking.
The solenoid has a movable soft iron core suspended by the spring, U.
Over the brush-holders is mounted the solenoid S, which rests upon a forked column, c.
I didnt have to worry about which solenoid lead went to which strandArthur could sort them out.
"coil of insulated wire carrying an electrical current and having magnetic properties," 1827, from French solénoïde, from Greek solenoeides "pipe-shaped," from solen "pipe, channel" + comb. form of eidos "form, shape" (see -oid). Related: Solenoidal.