CM Tiny

The CM Tiny is the smallest industrial charging generator for static bonding applications. The unit has fully integrated high voltage parts and only needs a 24V DC supply. The housing is compact, robust and only weighs 500 grams which makes it perfect for small machines and applications with moving parts s.a. pick and place handling systems. It can easily withstand the high G-forces occurring during the process.

Two LED's on the side give clear indications of the status of the charging generator;

  • Green: Power is on
  • Green fllashing: Powers is on and HV output is inactive
  • Red: Alarm, HV overload or HV Ok signal short circuit

The CM Tiny can be used directly from a machine interface capable of supplying a 4-20 mA signal for the setpoint and a 24V DC signal for remote on/off. Manual operation can be implemented by an additional control circuit. The control circuit enables you to mount a potentiometer and LED by simply providing 2 holes in the front panel of your machine interface. Connectionblocks with one or four outputs are available. For the use of the quick connect ports the charging electrode has to be equipped with a special connector.
There is a special version of the HDC/HDR bar available for connection to the CM Tiny.

Features:

  • Supply voltage 24V DC
  • Miniaturised Design
  • Compact and robust, capable of withstanding G-forces
  • No high voltage cable running through the cable channel
  • HV OK signal
  • Detachable high voltage distribution block
  • LED's on both sides
  • Microprocessor controlled.
  • External Setpoint control
  • Remote on/off signal
  • IQ version available

Technical specifications

Pot life 150g 20 - 40 minutes
Gel time 150g mass @ 25°C 40 - 80 minutes
Minimum cure Full cure
Cure schedule 24 hours @ 20°C 1 week @ 20°C
Cure schedule 2 hours @ 60°C 4 hours @ 60°C
Cure schedule 1 hours @ 80°C 2 hours @ 80°C
Flame retardant Yes
Shore A hardness 78
Electric strength 16 kV/mm

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