Model 9185 Static Bar Checker offers users a quick, accurate method of making sure that their AC and DC static ionizers are working properly. The pocket size unit evaluates bar performance by measuring the electrical charge induced into the sensor by the emitter pins of the static eliminator.
The 720 works by measuring the electric charge induced onto the internal sensor by the emitter pins of the static eliminator. An integrated circuit drives the LED display, according to the power of the signal.
Static Bars, Models 11, 1100 require a 4 KV output power unit, Model T1246SL, PN 90010-12463 120V, 50/60HZ or T-2246SL, 90010-22463 PN 220V, 50/60HZ Static Bars Model 21 & Model 4000 require a 7KV output power unit, Model T-1276SL PN 90010-12763 , 120V or 50/60HZ or T-2276SL PN 90010-22763 , 220V, 50/60HZ.
Shockless static bars are usually smaller that their high output counter parts. They also have the advantage of being "shockless". This is a very good choice if the operator has to work in close proximity to the static bar.
The Model 4000 is an advanced technology static bar for long distance and high speed applications. The Model 4000 has a high output, a great effective distance and a more rigid construction than other static bars. It is a cost effective solution for demanding static control applications.
TAKK?s Model 9195 Neon Bar Checker offers a quick and inexpensive means of determining if static eliminator bars are functioning. The conveniently small pen size unit indicates that each bar emitter is performing properly by the activation of a neon light signal. Static eliminator bars may malfunction due to transformer defects, shorts in the system, need to be cleaned, etc. The bar tester may be used with shockless or ?hot? static control equipment.
The Meech Model 984 Ion Sensor is a handy, easy-to-use device for checking the performance of both AC and DC powered static eliminator bars. Indicator lights confirm the presence of ions and, in the case of a DC power source, their polarity. Regular monitoring of installations with the Model 984 will indicate when bars require cleaning or other maintenance work,