Since solenoid output force will continue to improve (though current draw will increase) with ambient temperature decrease, operation of standard designs in an ambient temperature as low as –65°F (–53°C) presents no problem. It is when solenoids will be operated in an ambient environment above 76°F (25°C) that some caution must be taken. If the temperature is significantly above 76°F (25°C), coil burning may occur even if solenoid is operated at its rated duty cycle and voltage. Special high-temperature coil designs are available.