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DV Setup

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In both push and pull mode the valve is designed to be self centering, and applies pressure evenly across the entire top surface of the Synchronic Piston.

Ports A and B connect to different surface areas on the top of the Synchronic Piston. By varying port combinations, you can increase or decrease the force required to actuate the valve, and in turn change the valves performance characteristics.

Vacuum required for initial valve lift:
• 'A' will require 20 inHg with the regular spring. Not recommended for any application.
• 'B' will require 13 inHg with the regular spring.
• 'A+B' will require 7 inHg with the regular spring.
• 'A' will require 5 inHg with the soft spring.
• 'B' will require 3 inHg with the soft spring.
• 'A+B' will require 1 inHg with the soft spring.

Please visit the following FAQ to understand the difference between Push and Pull mode on the Synchronic DV:http://synapseengineering.com/support/faq.php?pg=1&cid=6&answer=74#f74

For the fastest actuation we recommend Push mode with port B only, with no preload.

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