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IQ Easy products


Meet high demands with intelligent static control Even very low static charges can cause a problem in processing film for high-tech products. Simco-Ion provides a solution to these challenges.


The demands from our customers are increasingly higher with regards to control and efficiency of anti-static equipment. Their end customer expects a very high quality product with very little, or no, static charge. These customers produce e.g. High quality film for electronics, medical applications or food packaging.


How will Simco-Ion meet these demands? Simco-Ion has recently introduced a completely new range of anti-static and static charging equipment that is capable of producing high efficiency ionisation to ensure optimal neutralisation called the IQ Easy platform. The heart of the system is the Manager IQ Easy which is a dedicated small industrial PC complete with touchscreen. The system enables communication between all connected devices. This means the operator has full control over the devices and can monitor and optimise all system and device parameters.


What makes this system better?


Conventional anti-static equipment does a very good job up to a certain level. Optimal neutralisation results are dependent on a lot of external conditions. Mounting distance, web speed, thickness of the material, upstream static charge, optimum settings of the anti-static device, output voltage, frequency and ionisation balance.


The intelligent IQ easy devices take a lot of these factors into account and will provide optimum settings for the device to ensure maximum neutralisation efficiency.


Automatic control


By adding a Sensor IQ Easy bar which measures the remaining static charge over the entire web, It becomes possible for the anti-static devices to read the measured data and to optimise the settings. This way the desired static level is reached. This closed loop feedback (CLFB) method provides outstanding results, even at very high web velocities. See the comparison between a standard anti-static bar and an anti-static bar controlled by CLFB .


Which other functions does it provide to make the operators life easier?


A lot, here they are: g Cleaning indication g Efficiency indication g Colour coded system information g Data logging g Action logging g Plug and play g Universal mounting g No cable spaghetti g Upstream static level g Downstream static level ( with Sensor IQ Easy)


Action logging gives information at a glance about events that have taken place, devices that have been set to standby, warnings and alarms. This enables easy fault finding.


Data logging is available for all devices. The data is stored in the manager and can be collected via the Ethernet port or USB.


Your process completely under control! That gives peace of mind!


g Quality assurance by measuring the static charges and data logging. g Optimal control over all the static charges provides dependability. g The lowest possible achievable residual charges allow you to meet the requirements of your end customer.


g Warnings and alarms give advance information about possible breaches of critical process parameters. This allows you to take action in time before your process is disrupted.


g Thanks to data logging and action logging you can trace where possible failures have occurred at any time.


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High speed anti-static bar Closed Loop Feedback


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