A solenoid valve is a device that is used to control the flow of a fluid or gas through a valve or other flow-control component. It typically consists of a solenoid, which is an electrically-controlled coil of wire that generates a magnetic field when energized, and a valve body or opening that is connected to the solenoid. When the solenoid is energized, the magnetic field causes a plunger or other actuator to move, opening or closing the valve. The term “solenoid valve” refers to the specific type of valve that uses a solenoid to control the flow of the fluid or gas.
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