12/24 VOLT DC HYDRAULIC DOUBLE SELECTOR VALVE
Brand new, DYNAMIC model DSV 12/24 volt DC solenoid operated double selector valve. Allows one directional valve to operate two independent cylinders. Energizing coil shifts from cylinder 1 to cylinder 2. Ideal for adding a "thumb" to buckets on loaders. Furnished with o-ring so they can be stacked together for even more function choices. Includes Hirschmann wiring connector.
Can this selector valve be used in reverse to combine a full flow circuit and a restricted flow circuit (low speed) into the circuit supplying a reversible motor? I would install it between a D03 sub plate and the motor. Would cartridge/ o- ring damage be possible by using the ports in reverse and could circuit pressure move the spool without solenoid activation/ deactivation
A: This would not work in that application. Even if used in reverse, the flows would still be separated.
Date Submitted: 02/19/2017
Hello, Im wanting to replace the manual valve for the auxiliary hydraulics on my skid steer to 12V DC. It has a 4 port manual valve with two lines going out for attachments. My question is will this valve give me ability to "extend" and "retract" the cylinder on my grapple attachment with a center for return to the tank when not in use.? If it will not ,what is your recommendation for the proper solenoid/valve for this application.? Thank you for responding Philip
A: This is only a double selector valve. Its purpose is to direct a set of flows from a directional valve to two different functions, both of which are controlled by another pre-existing control valve. As such it has no 'center' of it's own. It is not a directional control valve. If you took the remote lines from your existing control valve and fed them into this, you would have an uninterrupted main function, and when shifted electrically would allow the manual valve to control the grapple function. If you want to replace the manual valve altogether this is not the valve.
Date Submitted: 01/07/2017
I have a manual operated valve on my skid steer auxiliary lines. I want to retrofit with electric solenoid valve. I want to energize one line while the other returns to reservoir. Such as running a hydraulic motored bush hog,grapple arms, stump grinder. Will this valve work..? Thanks for responding Philip
A: This is a double selector valve. This will only direct one pair of lines in one direction or the other, whether they be the remote lines or the work ports from the lever valve. You will still need a directional control valve. This could be the control in the cab that controls the remotes, or the existing lever valve. Either way could be made to work.
Date Submitted: 12/29/2016
each valve is capable of driving 2 hyd cylinders. if I stack 2 of these valves, my actual working ports for cylinders would only be 3 not 4 correct? In another way of saying this, i am assuming one set of ports from the first valve is feeding the 2nd valve which is stacked so there for you get a total of 3 sets of working ports! not a full 4!
A: That would be correct.
Date Submitted: 09/19/2016
I assume this valve has a spring return, solenoid pull spring back.
A: That is correct, it only shifts when powered and the springs back when de-energized.
Date Submitted: 07/12/2016
I would like to use this for controlling a grapple on a John Deere 4320. According to the diagram and from what I understand from the literature, a switch controlling the Diverter valve will "close" the grapple. Much like the current hydraulic operation with loader arms of raising & lowering or the tilting of a bucket, an action must be completed to "open" & "close". What has to be done to "open" the grapple?
A: This is a prioritized double selector valve. Typically people plumb the work lines from the directional control valve into the inlets of this valve, and the prioritized outlets go to the bucket roll lines. The auxiliary lines go to the grapple lines. In a resting state, the bucket operates as normal from the directional valve. When the coil is energized, the auxiliary lines (grapple) are then controlled by the same spool as the bucket roll. If the bucket and grapple are both double acting cylinders, and it's a double acting spool, it should work on extend and retract.
Date Submitted: 05/25/2016
Would you agree the 9-8602 is what I need on my tractor to allow a grapple to open/close and still allow the bucket curl up/down function...but not at the same time? Do you sell the wiring kit that will attach to the Hirschmann connector with wires to hook into the tractors 12VDC and to a pushbutton that will attach to my current joystick (currently controls up/down of lifting arms and bucket curl up/down)? How do I attach the 9-8602 to my tractor? Are there mounting screw/bolt holes on the unit? Thank-you, Paul
A: Yes, this valve will work fine for you. It is supplied with the Hirschmann connector. We don't sell a wiring harness. The amp draw is quite low so most any pushbutton switch would work.
Date Submitted: 03/31/2016
is this valve available 9-8602 with a 24 volt dc coil please advise
A: Sorry this valve is only available with a 12 Volt DC coil.
Date Submitted: 03/04/2016
Looking to use this on my DX35 tractor rear remotes to gain 2nd function. Need to know the size of adapters to connect to quick connects and appropriate switch. Where can I find this info? And if order able here? Thanks
A: This valve has SAE 8 ports (also called 3/4-16 o ring boss). Any good quality on/off toggle switch would be fine.
Date Submitted: 02/22/2016
I would like to use this valve on my JD 4840 to be able to put 2 hydraulic circuts on 1 of the remotes on the tractor. Is there any reason that this would not be the best way to go about it for the price? Is SAE 8 1/2" pipe? AL of my remotes are bussy now. I am wanting to put a bale unroller on the 3 point and I will need a circuit to squeeze the bale.
A: Yes this will work fine. The SAE 8 port are o-ring boss 3/4-16 thread as commonly used on JD equipment. When the valve is not powered you would be controlling one cylinder from the remotes and when energized you would be operating the other cylinder.