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ER-VW
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Thin Type Ionizer ER-VW Related Information LASER SENSORS PHOTOELECTRIC SENSORS MICRO PHOTOELECTRIC SENSORS AREA SENSORS LIGHT CURTAINS / SAFETY COMPONENTS PRESSURE / FLOW SENSORS INDUCTIVE PROXIMITY SENSORS PARTICULAR USE SENSORS SENSOR OPTIONS SIMPLE WIRE-SAVING UNITS WIRE-SAVING SYSTEMS MEASUREMENT SENSORS STATIC ELECTRICITY PREVENTION DEVICES LASER MARKERS PLC HUMAN MACHINE INTERFACES ENERGY CONSUMPTION VISUALIZATION COMPONENTS FA COMPONENTS Selectable charge removal layout Nozzle angle adjustment and joint layout can be selected as desired Nozzle angle adjustment mechanism The angles of the two nozzles can be adjusted within a range of approximately 190° by screwing down the ends of the nozzles. After adjusting the angle, turn the ends of the nozzles to tighten them and secure them at that angle. This allows the nozzle angles of the ER-VW to be adjusted easily after installation. MACHINE VISION SYSTEMS Installation examples Vertical installation example Selection Guide Static Removers Cleaning Box Pulse Air-gun Electrostatic Sensor Horizontal installation example Includes angle adjustment scale Easy connection layout possible The joint kit (optional) can be used to connect up to a maximum of 5 ER-VW units. The air supply part is connected via quick connection joints, and the power supply and input / output signals can also be connected easily using connection cables with connectors at both ends. Multiple ER-VW units can be connected together to provide charge removal layouts that suit the target equipment. Connection application example Joint kit (1 kit required for each pair of devices) 1 Cable with connector on both ends Used to connect power supply, input / output and ground. 2 Air joint (for replacing plug with hexagonal hole) Used to supply air. End connector (Accessory) 1 Cable with connector (Accessory) 1

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Thin Type Ionizer Removing charges from IC trays Removing charges during pickup from dicing tape Removing charges from adjacent lead frame conveyor lines LASER SENSORS PHOTOELECTRIC SENSORS MICRO PHOTOELECTRIC SENSORS AREA SENSORS LIGHT CURTAINS / SAFETY COMPONENTS PRESSURE / FLOW SENSORS INDUCTIVE PROXIMITY SENSORS Removing charges surfaces of CDs / DVDs Removing charges from LCD module clamps Removing charges during cell production PARTICULAR USE SENSORS SENSOR OPTIONS SIMPLE WIRE-SAVING UNITS WIRE-SAVING SYSTEMS MEASUREMENT SENSORS STATIC ELECTRICITY PREVENTION DEVICES LASER MARKERS PLC...

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1191 FIBER SENSORS LASER SENSORS PHOTOELECTRIC SENSORS MICRO PHOTOELECTRIC SENSORS AREA SENSORS Thin Type Ionizer The functions support accurate charge removal This function causes discharging to stop automatically if the supply of air drops below a certain pressure. Notification of this is given when the AIR indicator lights and the discharge output (DSC) turns off. This prevents objects which are not charged from being overlooked when the air supply has been stopped. In addition to the air supply monitoring function, the ER-VW is equipped with the following functions to ensure accurate...

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Thin Type Ionizer SPECIFICATIONS Type Item FIBER SENSORS Spot type ER-VW Charge removal time (±1,000 V → ±100 V) Ozone generation Applicable fluid Supplied air flow 0.05 ppm or less (Note 3) Air (dried clean air) (Note 4) 60 ℓ/min. (ANR) or less Supply voltage Current consumption Discharge method Discharge output voltage Output Check (CHECK) Error (ERROR) Discharge (DSC) (Note 5) Output operation Short-circuit protection Discharge halt input (DSC OFF) (Note 5) Reset input (RESET) Power (POWER) High frequency AC method 2,000 V approx. NPN open-collector transistor • Maximum sink current: 50...

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Thin Type Ionizer I/O CIRCUIT AND WIRING DIAGRAMS FIBER SENSORS PHOTOELECTRIC SENSORS MICRO PHOTOELECTRIC SENSORS Main circuit Cleaning Box Pulse Air-gun Connector terminal arrangement Power & I/O connector (Pink) Discharge halt input *1 Joint connector (Blue) 0 V (Green / Yellow) F.G. Input signal condition • Discharge halt input Discharge Open halt input (Low input) Low • Reset input 0.5 sec. or more Reset input (Rising input) Note: Repeated control using “Discharge halt input” input should be carried out at 1 Hz or less. Continuous discharging for 2 sec. or more is required for stable...

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Thin Type Ionizer PRECAUTIONS FOR PROPER USE • This product is to remove static electricity for industrial use. Never use this product for medical equipment etc. relating to maintenance / supervision of human life or body, for prevention of accidents which damage a human life or properties, or for safety maintenance. • Do not use this product near or around surroundings containing any dangerous materials, such as combustible material and flammable material. • The discharge needle gathers dust after a long period of use. In order to prevent accident or product malfunction, clean up the...

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PHOTOELECTRIC SENSORS • Always be sure that the power supply and the air supply are both turned off before inspection and cleaning. • Be sure to turn off the air before removing the nozzles for purposes such as maintenance. Air pressure may cause the discharge needles to fly out. MICRO PHOTOELECTRIC SENSORS AREA SENSORS LIGHT CURTAINS / SAFETY COMPONENTS PRESSURE / FLOW SENSORS INDUCTIVE PROXIMITY SENSORS PARTICULAR USE SENSORS SENSOR OPTIONS SIMPLE WIRE-SAVING UNITS WIRE-SAVING SYSTEMS MEASUREMENT SENSORS STATIC ELECTRICITY PREVENTION DEVICES LASER MARKERS • Since the removal discharge...

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Thin Type Ionizer The CAD data in the dimensions can be downloaded from our website. Ionizer main unit FIBER SENSORS LASER SENSORS PHOTOELECTRIC SENSORS Plug with hexagonal hole PRESSURE / FLOW SENSORS 100° AREA SENSORS LIGHT CURTAINS / SAFETY COMPONENTS MICRO PHOTOELECTRIC SENSORS INDUCTIVE PROXIMITY SENSORS PARTICULAR USE SENSORS SENSOR OPTIONS SIMPLE WIRE-SAVING UNITS WIRE-SAVING SYSTEMS MEASUREMENT SENSORS STATIC ELECTRICITY PREVENTION DEVICES LASER MARKERS PLC HUMAN MACHINE INTERFACES ENERGY CONSUMPTION VISUALIZATION COMPONENTS FA COMPONENTS MACHINE VISION SYSTEMS UV CURING SYSTEMS...

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