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・The controller and high-voltage power supply module can be mounted separately.
・Space saving: Height 37 mm x Width 30 mm
・One controller can control a maximum of 4 ionizers.
・Potential amplitude: 25 V or less
・Rapid neutralization of static electricity: Max. speed of 0.1 s
・3 types of emitter cartridges
High speed static neutralization cartridge
Energy saving static neutralization cartridge
Energy saving high-efficiency cartridge
|Series||Type||Ion generation method||Ion balance|
|IZT42||Dual AC Type||Corona discharge type||Within ±30 V|
|IZT41||AC Type||Corona discharge type||Within ±30 V|
|IZT40||Standard Type||Corona discharge type||Within ±30 V|
|IZT42||Dual AC Type||
Height reduced by 57 mm(60%)
Can be mounted in a narrow space
The potential amplitude can be reduced with SMCʼs original dual AC type sensor.
Static neutralization in consideration of damage to a device which is sensitive to electrostatic discharge (ESD) can be achieved.
The potential amplitude applied to the applicable workpiece is reduced even if the workpiece is mounted within close proximity of the ionizer.
Dual AC type IZT42
+ ions and ions are discharged at the same time to allow the + and ions to reach the workpiece evenly, thereby reducing the potential amplitude.
Application Examples For the static neutralization of glass substrates
Prevents the breakage of glass substrates by the static electricity generated when the substrate is lifted from the surface plate
The sensor is installed within the ionizer body and may be mounted anywhere.
The oﬀset voltage (ion balance) in the static neutralization area is controlled so that the voltage is maintained at a constant value by monitoring the ions emitted from the ionizer using the ground line.
The connector connection of cables is possible for each module after installation.
The optimal design of the piping port size allows for suﬃcient blow performance even with piping only on one side.
Minimizes the contamination of emitters by discharging compressed air at the surface of the emitters
3 types of emitter cartridges