ElectraFlow  SL-001

Bench top ESD Ionizer for Static Control

 

Specifications

 

Operating Voltage

110V/60Hz standard, 220V/50Hz optional

Current Consumption

Max. 0.25 Amp (high fan).

Min.  0.12 Amp (low fan).

Operating Temperature

32o F. - 122o F. (0 ~50°c)

Air Coverage

16" x 24" (40cm x 60cm)

Air Volume

45~110CFM

Size (including stand)

3.54" (L) x 10.24" (H) x 6.69 (W)"

(90mm x 260mm x 170mm)

Weight

6.61 Lbs (3kg)

Finish and casing material

Antistatic powder coated aluminum alloy

 

Decay Test Results

Testing Condition
Operating Voltage: 110V/220V, Testing Voltage: 1kV to 100V, Temperature: 22°c
Distance   300mm 600mm 900mm
Decay time positive 1.2s 2.4s 4.0s
negative 1.2s 2.5s 3.9s
Offset voltage positive 8v 5v 4v
negative 7v 6v 3v

Note the following are overviews, please see manual (included with product) for full details.

Installation Overview:

 

The SL-001 features an attached heavy duty adjustable metal stand with a non marring, non slip base.  The SL-001 may be simply placed on work bench, bolted to the underside of a work bench shelve or attached to overhead supports as follows. Attachment to overhead supports:  Mounting to ceilings and shelves; S hooks and chains may be used for mounting the ionizer to structurally sound ceilings or wire shelves. Chains and mounting hardware should have a minimum safe working load of at least 30 pounds. When mounting the unit to ceilings it's important to check state and local codes to insure compliance.  The units are typically hung in the same fashion as overhead light fixtures (independently attached to overhead building superstructure). Attaching to suspended ceilings only are typically not compliant with local codes. Mounting to workbench overhead supports; The SL-001 may be bolted to work bench overhead beams using the adjustable mounting stand included with your order.

 

Electrical Requirements: The SL-001 requires 110VAC /60Hz (standard) or 220VAC / 50Hz (optional) power.  These units must be grounded. The instrument is equipped with a 3 prong grounded US male plug (standard). Do not modify the plug or use an ungrounded 3 prong receptacle. If an extension cord is required use heavy gauge fully grounded cords only.

 

Operating Procedure: Activate the SL-001 overhead ionizing blower by turning fan speed knob clockwise.  The ionization indicator will illuminate and indicate the presence of ionized air.  Airflow speed can easily be adjusted utilizing the fan speed knob. The time required to neutralize electrostatic potential is dependent on distance of ionizer to work surface and speed of fan. When used in electronic assembly the ionized air stream should cover as much of the working area as possible. The constant flow of ionized air prevents items from developing an electrostatic potential.

 

Routine Maintenance Overview: Clean emitters as needed. To clean ion emitter points press and turn point cleaner knob (located in middle of air outlet) clockwise approximately one turn and release. Clean air inlet and outlets as needed with a soft brush or vacuum. Replace filter as needed. Periodically test ion output as indicated by your internal esd program or ANSI/ESD S 20.20-2007, TR53, Air Ionizer Compliance Verification (discharge time and offset voltage).  Offset voltages of >+/- 50 volts or decay times that exceed specification (user defined but typically <1.1 sec @ 60%rH and 68 deg F. with ionizer positioned 24" from work surface) may indicate the need for replacement of emitters.  Normal emitter life is 3 years, replacement emitters are easy to install and available from United SCP.

 

 

United SCP

P.O.B. 19252, 4878 Lake View Circle

Colorado City, CO 81019

United States of America

 

Direct: 719.676.3928         Fax: 719.676.3929

 

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