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Compact Spool Valves

Automatic Valve Corp

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Model Numbers

Series Body

Type

Port

Size Function Body

Design Operator 1 Center

Operator Operator 2 Voltage 

3

Options *

L07

0 Inline,

Manifold

2

3

1/8

1/4

A

B

C

D

E

4 Way

2 Position

4 Way

2 Position 

1

4 Way

3 Position

Block

4 Way

3 Position

Exhaust

4 Way

3 Position

Pressure

A

B

Single

Double

A

F

G

I

J

K

L

V

W

Air Pilot

Hand Lever-Line

Hand Lever-

Manifold

Palm Button

Cam

Foot Pedal

Foot Treadle

Intrinsically-Safe

Solenoid 

2

(24VDC only)

Weather-Proof

Solenoid

D 3 Pos’n

Spring

A

C

M

N

R

V

W

Air Pilot

3 Position

Spring Manual

2 Position

Detent Manual

3 Position

Detent Manual

2 Position

Spring

Intrinsically-

Safe Solenoid 

2

(24VDC only)

Weather-Proof

Solenoid

-AA

-AB

-DA

-DB

110/50,

120/60

220/50,

240/60,

125VDC

22/50,

24/60,

12VDC

24VDC

A

B

C

CT

D

G

L

LL

S

SS

W

Y

Z

1

2

4

Fluoroelastomer Seals

External Pilot Connection

Conduit Coil

Conduit Coil High Temperature

Dustproof

18” Flying Leads

Low Watt Coil (2.5Watts)

Lowest Watt Coil (0.7Watts) with

Type 2 override only

303 Stainless Steel Body (L20 only)

316 Stainless Steel Body (L20 only)

G (BSPP) Threads

Explosion-ProofCoil(CSA,FM)

Explosion-Proof Coil (ATEX)

Push Turn-Locking Override

Extended Turn-Locking Override

No Override

L20

0 Inline,

Manifold

3

4

1/4

3/8

L65

0 Inline 6

7

3/4

1

Valve Operation

Valve Operation

L07

L20

L65

ENERgized12 DE-ENERGIZED ENERGIZED14

5/3 BLOCK

Maintained Energized 12:

Pressure from Port 1 to Port 2

Exhaust from Port 4 to Port 5

De-Energized:

All portsBlocked

Maintained Energized 14:

Pressure from Port 1 to Port 4

Exhaust from Port 2 to Port 3

de-energized12  energized14

5/2 SINGLE

De-Energized:

Pressure from Port 1 to Port 2

Exhaust from Port 4 to Port 5

Energized:

Pressure from Port 1 to Port 4

Exhaust from Port 2 to Port 3

ENERgized12 DE-ENERGIZED ENERGIZED14

5/3 EXHAUST

Maintained Energized 12:

Pressure from Port 1 to Port 2

Exhaust from Port 4 to Port 5

De-Energized:

Port 2 open to Port 3, Port 4 open to Port 5

Port 1 Blocked

Maintained Energized 14:

Pressure from Port 1 to Port 4

Exhaust from Port 2 to Port 3

energized12 energized14

5/2 DOUBLE

Momentarily Energized 12:

Pressure from Port 1 to Port 2

Exhaust from Port 4 to Port 5

Momentarily Energized 14:

Pressure from Port 1 to Port 4

Exhaust from Port 2 to Port 3

ENERgized12 DE-ENERGIZED ENERGIZED14

5/3 PRESSURE

Maintained Energized 12:

Pressure from Port 1 to Port 2

Exhaust from Port 4 to Port 5

De-Energized:

Port 1 open to Ports 2 & 4; Ports 3 & 5 Blocked

Maintained Energized 14:

Pressure from Port 1 to Port 4

Exhaust from Port 2 to Port 3

OperatingTemperatures Solenoid Pilot Operated

Treated Buna-N Seals

(Treated NBR, Standard)

Fluoroelastomer Seals

(FPM (FKM), Option A)

Standard

-18°C to +50°C (0°F to +123°F)

-18°C to +50°C (0°F to +123°F)

High Temp Coil (Option CT)

-18°C to +82°C (0°F to +180°F)

-18°C to +82°C (0°F to +180°F)

Operating Pressures Solenoid Pilot Operated

Inlet Port

External Pilot Port

Standard 2 Position

240 - 1030 kPa (35 - 150 PSIG)

-

Standard 3 Position

345 - 1030 kPa (50 - 150 PSIG)

-

External Pilot (Option B)

Vacuum - 240 kPa (Vacuum - 35 PSIG)

240 - 1030 kPA (35 - 150 PSIG)

Filtration&Lubrication

Media - Air Or Inert Gas

Air Line Lubrication of Automatic Valve products is not required, but is recommended to maximize service life. Oils should be

compatible with seal material, have an ISO 32 viscosity, and have an aniline range between 82°C (180°F) and 99°C (210°F). Filter to

50 microns or better. For temperatures below 40°F, air must be dry to prevent formation of ice. Refer to the Maintenance section of

this catalog for recommended lubricants.

Specifications

*

Not all Options are available for all models. Refer to “Options” at the end of this Section for additional information.

1

Use varies. Consult the Factory for details.

2

Can not be used on a manifold.

3 

Consult the Factory for additional voltages.

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1

3

4

2

14

1

3

4

2

14

5

1

5

3

4

2

14

12

1

5

3

4

2

12

14

14

12

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5

3

4

2

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5

3

4

2

14

12

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5

3

4

2

14

12

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5

3

4

2

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5

3

4

2

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14

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5

3

4

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14

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5

3

4

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12

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5

3

4

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14

12

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5

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4

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Compact Spool Valves

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