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oen 29, 1946.
H.` G. wAssERLElN
SHADED POLE CONSTRUCTION FOR SOLENOIDS
Filed .June 28, 1945
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Patented Oct. 29, 1946
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UNITED'VSTATES PATENT» Orifice@
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snADED POLE CONSTRUCTION FOR
soLENoms
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Henry
Wasserlein, Park Ridge, Ill., assignor
to I_’hillips Control Corporation, Chicago, Ill.,
>a corporation of Illinois
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Application June 28, 194,5, serial No. 602,095
solaims.
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The present invention relates to alternating
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shoulder I9 is provided adjacent the portion I1 of
It is the purpose of this in
vention to provide an improved. shaded pole con
the bore. This shoulder serves as a stop for the
large portion of the core I5. The bore is en
struction for solenoids whereby improved sup
pression of alternating current >hum is obtained
without thenecessity of special machining.
In the past those designs of»> shading coil con
larged .as indicated at 20 to receive the large
portion of the core somewhat loosely. rThe bore
then is ilared outwardlyas indicated at 2I to pro
vide a larger chamber 22 in which the shading
coil I6 is placed. The core vI5 -has, a head 23
. current solenoids.
structions with which I am familiarhave required
thereon which is beveled as shown at 24. , In as
expensive manufacturing practices in order to get
a'r reasonably .quiet operation. The designs have 10 sembly of the parts thecore ,I 5 is pressed-into the
part I4 and the copper ring I6 is deformed by
been such as to require either milled slots or very
being wedged between the tapered surfaces 2|
close diametrical tolerances where the shading
and 24 until the shoulder on the core reaches the
coil engages the plunger stop. In Order to obtain
shoulder I'I of the plunger stop. Then the core is
a reasonably quiet alternating current solenoid
it has been necessary to machine the faces of the 15 staked to the frame by spreading the head as
plunger stops.
indicated at 25.
'I'his construction is particularly advantageous
My invention contemplates a novel construc
from a production standpoint. The plunger stop
tion whereby the shading coil is mounted with
the plunger stop in such a fashion as to eliminate
and the core are of such design that they may be
the expensive procedure above referred to.
The 20 turned out on a screw machine with compara
tively loose tolerances and completely ñnished as
novel construction furthermore permanently se
cures the shading coil tightly so as to eliminate
they are cut off without any necessity for sec
any possibility of vibration while the plunger stop
is being secured in the proper position.
ondary ñnishing operations. The copper shad
ing coil may be simply a cut oif portion of a
The nature and advantages of my invention 25 copper tube. No particular attention may be
paid to smoothing any rough edges or corners of
' will appear more fully from the followingdescrip
this ring. The parts are so dimensioned that
tion and the accompanying drawing wherein a
when they are loosely assembled the lower end
preferred form of the invention is shown. It is
of the core I5 separates from the shoulder I9 in
to be understood however, that the drawing and
description are illustrative only and are not to be 30 the shell of the plunger stop at a distance of
about .040 inch. The head 23 of the core may
taken as limiting the invention except insofar as
it is limited by the claims.
have a slight burr at the center referred to by the
In the drawing;
letter A when it is cut off the bar in the screw
machine. It is not necessary to finish the sur
Figure 1 is a sectional View taken axially
through a solenoid embodying my invention, and 35 faces of the head 23 by a secondary operation
because this slight burr is swedged down by a.
Figure 2 is a sectional view taken on the line
2-2 of Figure 1.
hardened punch in the assembly operation.
In the drawing the solenoid plunger is shown
‘I have found that a better pull of the solenoid
at 5. It operates within a brass guidetube 6
and better suppression of A. C. hum is obtained if
which is surrounded by a shell 'I upon which the 40 the core head 23 projects slightly beyond the
coil 8 is wound. The frame of the solenoid com
shell so that it is the head which engages the
prises a strip 9 of iron bent to substantially U
plunger rather than the shell. However, rever
shape and a cross piece I0 closing the open ends
sal of this condition works almost as well.
of the strip S. The cross piece I0 is recessed to
Having thus fully described my invention, I
provide a shoulder II for the brass tube 6. The 45
claim:
gap between the plunger 5 and the cross piece I0
1. In a solenoid a frame, a plunger, a guide
is illustrated at I2. The clearance at this air gap
sleeve for said plunger and a plunger stop secured
may be made quite small in order that the reluc
to the frame comprising a shell having a seat
tance of the gap be held to a minimum.
-`therein, a core having a shoulder engaging said
The principal feature of my invention lies in 50 seat, the shell having an enlarged bore, with a.
the combination of a novel plunger stop I4 and its
tapered Wall adjacent the shoulder, the core hav
core I5 with a shading coil I6. The stop I4> is set
ing a head thereon with a tapered surface oppo
in the bottom of the frame 9. It is provided with
site the tapered wall, and a, shading ring wedged
a bore that comprises a small portion I1 through
between said tapered surface and said tapered
which the shank I8 of the core extends. A 55 wall.
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2. A solenoid comprising a frame, a plunger,
said frame having an aperture in one Wall to
receive the plunger and a plunger stop against
the opposite wall, a sleeve guide in the frame for
the plunger, a coil around said sleeve, said stop
comprising a shell resting against said opposite
Wall, said shell having a tapered inner wall facing
toward the plunger, a core extending through
the shell and clamping it to the frame, a head on
the opposite wall, a sleeve guide in the frame for
the plunger, a coil around said sleeve, said stop
comprising a shell resting against said opposite
wall, said shell having a tapered inner wall fac
ing toward the plunger, a core extending through
the shell and clamping it to the frame, a, head on
the core having an enlarged head facing the
plunger, and a shading ring wedged between the
tapered surface and the head, the first named
the core having an enlarged head facing the
walls of the frame having a recess centering the
plunger, and a shading ring wedged between the
tapered surface and the head.
3. A solenoid comprising a frame, a, plunger,
said frame having an aperture in one wall to
receive the plunger and a plunger stop against
the opposite wall, a sleeve guide in the> frame for
the plunger, a coil around said sleeve, said stop
comprising a shell resting against said opposite
wall, said shell having a tapered inner wall facing
toward the plunger, a core extending through the
shell and clamping it to the frame, a head on the
"core having an enlarged head facing the plunger,
and a shading ring wedged between the tapered
guide sleeve around the aperture, and the shell
serving to center the other end of said sleeve.
5.1Arsolenoid comprising a frame, a plunger,
f surface and the head, the first named walls of the
frame having a recess centering the guide sleeve l
around the aperture.
4. A solenoid comprising aframe, a plunger,
`said frame having an aperture in one wall to
receive the plunger and a plunger stop against
-said frame having an aperture in one wall to
receive the plunger and a plunger stop against
the opposite Wall, a sleeve guide in the frame for
the plunger, a coil around said sleeve, said stop
comprising a shell resting against said opposite
Wall, said shell having a tapered inner wall fac
ing toward the plunger, a core extending through
the shelliand clamping it to the frame, a head on
`the core having an enlarged head facing the
plunger,- and a shading ring wedged between the
tapered'surface and the head, said head on the
core extending beyond the shell toward the
plunger whereby t0 receive the blow of the
plunger when it is attracted.
HENRY G. WASSERLEIN.
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