24 VDC Technology explained
In mechanical engineering, 24 V DC has become the de facto standard in measurement and control technology and other components for decades. So it was only natural to look for ways to develop ionizers that can be connected to the almost always available 24 VDC supply.
Last generation ionisation systems get the required high voltage by transforming the 230 V AC and 50 Hz mains voltage.
What is new?
- Antistatic bars have the highvoltage generation integrated
- Later is integrated in a very compact way directly into the bars casing
- The bar is directly fed with 24 V DC (direct current)
- The bars supply can be taken from the machines 24VDC net
- Each ioniser informs about its operation and shows an alarm when it is contaminated
- They all have a simple interface for communicating with controls
The following advantages result
The size of the corresponding standard AC bar is identical with the DC bar
- take old AC bar out, put new DC bar in
Rigid and fragile highvoltage cables are no longer required
- Lightweight DC cables suitable for drag chains
- Trouble-free connections
Neutralising over distances greater than 100 mm have not been possible without air support, since you are no longer tied to the 50 / 60Hz of the power grid.
A separate high-voltage power supply is no longer required
- the space for the extra case is obsolete
- the limitation with cable length per power supply unit no longer applies
Easy and comfortable supply with 24 VDC
- almost every machine offers 24 VDC
- International kein Problem mit V/Hz da DC und Beinahe-Standard 24V
The performance is in average 20% higher
- 7,5kV or more instead of 5,5kV
- no sinus- but square-shaped highvoltage curves
Iontis and Fraser are among the pioneers in 24VDC technology. We offer since 2009 24 VDC ionisers with integrated highvoltage generation and do have today the most comprehensive portfolio and the most sophisticated products
We have highlighted the supply types of the ionisers on our website and in leaflets, datasheets and catalog for your easy recognition. Look for the following icon: