A static charging system consists of a high voltage generator and an electrode or applicator and cabling. The high voltage generator supplies the high voltage needed to create a static charge. This can vary from 3 to 60 kVolt. The charging electrode or charging applicator comes in different shapes to enable an optimum result for each specific application. Size and shape differ to make optimum solutions for each situation.
Static charging Systems are used for different solutions:
More on the physics side of Static Charging can be found here.
These rugged charging bars are used in a variety of industrial applications. The slot at the rear of the charging bar permits easy mounting. HDC charging bars are provided with a resistor to avoid failures in the machine control system in the event of accidental spark-over. The cable output may be straight or right-angled (90°).
|Working distance||20 mm using <30 kV
75 mm using 30-60 kV
|Ionisation points||special alloy|
|Cable||high voltage cable with PA protective sleeve|
|Ambient temperature||0 – 55 °C|
|Operating voltage||0 – 60 kV DC|
|Options||right angle cable exit|
|Suitable power unit||CM Lite, CM5|