Ionizer
Potential amplitude: 25 V or less
Rapid neutralization of static electricity: Fastest time: 0.1 seconds
RoHS
Note 1)
Dual AC type
Note 2)
Series IZS42
Potential amplitude of the workpiece is reduced with
Dual AC type.
Feedback sensor type
Series IZS41
Rapid neutralization of static electricity by a feedback sensor
Standard type
Series IZS40
Simple operation: Can be controlled by powering the ionizer ON.
Note 1) IZS42, Installation height: 300 mm
Note 2) Conditions/With feedback sensor, Discharge time from 1000 V to 100 V
Discharged object: Charged plate (150 mm x 150 mm, capacitance 20 pF)
Installation distance: 200 mm (Tungsten electrode needle with air purge)
Series IZS40/41/42
According to the establishment of the JIS Glossary of Terms, the applicable terms
were changed to JIS terms. Refer to the JIS C 61340-4-7 for more details.
CAT.ES100-97B A
Series IZS40/41/42
Dual AC type Series IZS42 (Potential amplitude reduction specification)
Potential amplitude: 25 V or less 80% reduction compared to the conventional model
(Compared to the IZS31 series at the installation height of 300 mm)
Potential amplitude is reduced with SMC independent Dual AC type sensor.
Static neutralization in consideration of damage to a device which is sensitive to electrostatic discharge (ESD) can be achieved.
Potential amplitude applied to the applicable workpiece is reduced even if it the workpiece is mounted within close proximity of the ionizer.
40
20
AC type
Dual AC type IZS42
0
−20
−40
25 V or less
Surface potential of workpiece (V)
Comparison of potential amplitude between AC type and dual AC type
(Installation height of sensor: 300 mm)
Time
Independent Dual AC type is implemented.
Neutralizing static electricity on a glass substrate
Dual AC type/IZS42
Discharges + ions and − ions
at the same time to allow the +
and − ions to reach the workpiece evenly, thereby reducing the potential amplitude.
Prevents the breakage of glass substrates due
to the static electricity which is generated when
the substrate is lifted from the surface plate.
Neutralizing static electricity on an electric substrate
AC type
+ ion and − ion layers reach
the workpiece alternately,
which increases the potential
amplitude.
Prevents the breakage of electric substrates
due to the static electricity which is generated
when the substrates are picked up after dicing.
Standard type Series IZS40
Discharge time = 3.2 seconds (41% shortened)
when installed at long distance (1000 mm)
Static neutralization data when voltage is reduced from 1000 V to 100 V.
Conditions: Ion generation frequency 30 Hz Supply pressure: 0.1 MPa
High speed static neutralization cartridge
Discharge time (s)
Simple operation: Can be controlled by
powering the ionizer ON.
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Conventional model
41%
IZS40
0
500
1000
1500
Installation distance (mm)
A
1
2000
Ionizer
(High speed static neutralization
Feedback sensor type Series IZS41 specification)
auto balance sensor
Rapid neutralization of static electricity by a feedback sensor Note) An
is installed.
Feedback sensor
Electrostatic potential (kV)
The discharge speed has been increased by reading the workpiece's electrostatic
potential by the feedback sensor (option) and continuously emitting ions with a reverse polarity.
3
With sensor
2
Detects the polarity of a discharged object
and measures the charged voltage.
Without sensor
1
0
−1
Without sensor
−2
With sensor
−3
1
2
3
4
Time (s)
Neutralizing static electricity on an electric substrate
L
Discharge time (s)
Supply pressure: 0.1 MPa Operation frequency: 30 Hz
Electrode cartridge with rapid elimination of static electricity (8.6 L/min [ANR]/Cartridge)
Installation height of sensor: 25 mm
10
Ionizer
8
Without sensor
6
4
Work piece
2
0
With sensor
500
1000
1500
Installation distance L (mm)
2000
Run mode after static neutralization (electrostatic potential: within ±30 V) can be selected.
·Prevents element disruption due to discharge.
Energy saving run mode Stops generating ions after static neutralization to reduce power consumption. ·Prevents adhesion of dust.
Continuous static neutralization run mode After static neutralization, the ionizer switches to AC
mode. Continues to neutralize static electricity to make it approach 0 V even if the ion balance is within ±30 V.
Continuous static neutralization run mode
AC operation
within ±30 V
Time
Sensing AC
Charged voltage
Mode
Generates ions of opposite polarity
outside of the ±30 V range.
Ion emission waveform
Energy saving run
+
−
Continuous static
neutralization run
+
−
AC (Without sensor)
+
−
Workpiece
electrification
 AC adapter power
supply is available.
Neutralizing static electricity on a glass substrate
Stop
Static neutralization
completion
·Prevents breakage due to adhesion and discharge.
·Prevents adhesion of dust.
Suitable for static neutralization of resin and rubber
pieces (small parts).
Neutralizing static electricity on PET bottles Neutralizing static electricity on molded goods
e-con connector is used.
·Trip-resistance during conveying
·Prevents adhesion of dust.
·Improves detachability of molded
goods from a die.
e-con connector
2A
Series IZS40/41/42
Reduction of adjustment and maintenance labor by auto balance sensor
Built-in type (Standard)
High accuracy type (Option)
The sensor is installed within the ionizer body and may be mounted anywhere.
 The
The offset voltage (ion balance) in the static neutralization area is controlled so
that the voltage is maintained at a constant value by monitoring the ions emitted
from the ionizer using the ground line, and adjusting the + and - ion supply rate.
ion balance near the workpiece is
accurately adjusted.
 Reduces the variation in the offset voltage of the
static neutralization area due to the effect from
the installation height and disturbance.
Effect of autobalance sensor (Image)
Offset voltage (V)
IZS IZS
41 42
Auto balance sensor
Measures the nearest offset voltage.
Built-in sensor OFF
30
0
–30
Built-in sensor ON
Always controls offset voltage
Time
+ return current
Monitoring +/– return current
– return current
Detects and adjusts the offset
Workpiece voltage around workpiece.
Low maintenance emitter cartridges are used.

IZS IZS IZS
40 41 42
Minimizes contamination of emitters by discharging
compressed air at the surface of the emitters.

2 types of emitter materials
: General-purpose emitter
excellent against wear
Single crystal silicon : Emitter specialized in static
neutralization of silicon wafers
Tungsten
Tungsten
(Emitter cartridge color: White)
Electrode needle
Air covers the emitter.
A
3
Silicon
(Emitter cartridge color: Gray)
Refer to page 5 for Models and Functions.
Setting ionizer with remote controller
IZS IZS
41 42
May be used to adjust and set several ionizers remotely.
Can recognize and control up to 16 ionizers
through address setting.
 Frequency setting
 Offset voltage adjustment
 Maintenance detection alarm level
can be adjusted (3 levels).
 Built-in sensor valid/invalid may
be selected.

¡The mode can be selected from “Manual
Run” mode which performs adjustment
only when connected, and “Automatic
Run” mode which always performs
adjustment while connected.

Offset voltage (V)
Effect of autobalance sensor (Image)
30
Transition wiring may be used. IZS
41
Sensor not connected
Total number of ionizers that may be connected IZS41: Max. 8 units. IZS42: Max. 5 units.
0
−30
IZS
42
Sensor connected
Always controls offset voltage
around workpieces
<Conditions> Bar length 340 to 2500 mm, Power supply cable 3 m,
Transition wiring cable 2 m
Reduces man hours required for connecting wires to the power supply.
From the 7th ionizer
IZS41
Time
8th ionizer
to the 3rd
ionizer
Transition wiring cable:
→ to POWER for the 2nd ionizer
2nd ionizer
1st ionizer
Safety functions

IZS IZS IZS
40 41 42
Power supply cable:
→ to POWER for the 1st ionizer
Emitter cartridge drop prevention function
Locking by double-action

Drop prevention cover
Can even more reliably
prevent emitter
cartridges from
dropping off.
When attached
to the body

High speed static neutralization cartridges and
energy saving static neutralization cartridges are available.
Energy saving type de-ionizing cartridge
High speed de-ionizing cartridge
The flow rate consumption of the energy-saving static neutralization
cartridge is approximately 50% less than that of the high speed
static neutralization cartridge.
The discharge speed is reduced
by approximately 20 to 30%.
Ions are transferred to the
workpieces efficiently by using
two pneumatic nozzles to
improve the static neutralization performance.
Neutralization of static electricity with
reduced air consumption through the
use of one pneumatic nozzle.
4A
Ionizer Series IZS40/41/42
Models and Functions
IZS42
IZS41
IZS40
Series
Dual AC
AC,
Sensing AC,
DC




Feedback sensor (Option)
—

—
I/O


—
Transition wiring
may be used. Note 1)


—
Maintenance
detector


—
Incorrect high
voltage warning



Low maintenance emitter






With One-touch fitting (ø6, ø8, ø10)



Bracket mount



Non-standard bar length (Made to Order)



Method of applying voltage
Auto balance
sensor
Built-in type (Standard)
High accuracy type (Option)
Energy saving type
de-ionizing
Emitter cartridge
AC, DC
—
High speed de-ionizing
Note 1) Order transition wiring separately.
Accessories sold separately (per series)
IZS42
IZS41
IZS40
Remote controller


—
AC adapter



Drop prevention cover



Cleaning kit



Series
A
5
Application Examples
Neutralizing static electricity from films
Neutralizing static electricity on film molded goods
· Prevents adhesion of dust. · Prevents winding failure due to wrinkles etc.
· Prevents attaching to conveyer. · Prevents dispersion of finished goods.
Neutralizing static electricity during wafer transfer
Neutralizing static electricity from packing films
· Prevents breakage due to discharge between wafers and hands.
· Prevents the filled substance from adhering to the packing film. · Reduces packing mistakes.
Neutralizing static electricity from lens
Neutralizing static electricity from parts feeder
· Removes dust from lens. · Prevents adhesion of dust.
· Prevents clogging of parts feeder.
6a
Series IZS40/41/42
Technical Data
Note) Static neutralization features are based on the data using the charged plate (size:
150 mm x 150 mm, capacitance: 20 pF) as defined in the U.S. ANSI standards
(ANSI/ESD, STM3.1-2006). For “Sensing AC” mode, the installation height of the
sensor is 25 mm. Use this as a guideline purpose only for model selection
because the value varies depending on the material and/or size of a subject.
Static Neutralization Characteristics
q Installation Distance and Discharge Time (Discharge Time from 1000 V to 100 V)
IZS40, 41
Discharge time (s)
1) Without air purge
20
18
16
14
12
10
8
6
4
2
0
15 Hz
5 Hz
10 Hz
30 Hz
Sensing AC
1 Hz
0
100
200
300
400
500
Installation distance (mm)
2) With high speed de-ionizing cartridge, With air purge
3) With energy saving type de-ionizing cartridge, With air purge
Supply pressure: 0.1 MPa (8.6 L/min [ANR] per cartridge)
Supply pressure: 0.1 MPa (4.3 L/min [ANR] per cartridge)
12
10
30 Hz
8
1 Hz
6
4
2
0
Discharge time (s)
Discharge time (s)
12
Sensing AC
0
500
1,000
1,500
10
1 Hz
6
4
2
0
2,000
30 Hz
8
Sensing AC
0
500
Installation distance (mm)
7
7
6
30 Hz
4
1 Hz
3
2
1
0
500
1,000
30 Hz
4
2
Sensing AC
0
500
5
5
4
30 Hz
1 Hz
1
Sensing AC
500
1,000
1,500
Installation distance (mm)
A
7
Discharge time (s)
Discharge time (s)
6
0
1,500
2,000
Supply pressure: 0.5 MPa (13.3 L/min [ANR] per cartridge)
6
0
1,000
Installation distance (mm)
Supply pressure: 0.5 MPa (26.4 L/min [ANR] per cartridge)
2
1 Hz
3
0
2,000
1,500
5
Installation distance (mm)
3
2,000
6
1
Sensing AC
0
1,500
Supply pressure: 0.3 MPa (8.6 L/min [ANR] per cartridge)
8
Discharge time (s)
Discharge time (s)
Supply pressure: 0.3 MPa (17.6 L/min [ANR] per cartridge)
8
5
1,000
Installation distance (mm)
2,000
4
30 Hz
3
1 Hz
2
1
0
Sensing AC
0
500
1,000
1,500
Installation distance (mm)
2,000
Technical Data
Series IZS40/41/42
IZS42
Discharge time (s)
1) Without air purge
20
18
16
14
12
10
8
6
4
2
0
30 Hz
0
50
100
150
200
1 Hz
250
300
Installation distance (mm)
2) With high speed de-ionizing cartridge, With air purge
3) With energy saving type de-ionizing cartridge, With air purge
20
18
16
14
12
10
8
6
4
2
0
30 Hz
1 Hz
0
500
1,000
1,500
Supply pressure: 0.1 MPa (4.3 L/min [ANR] per cartridge)
Discharge time (s)
Discharge time (s)
Supply pressure: 0.1 MPa (8.6 L/min [ANR] per cartridge)
2,000
20
18
16
14
12
10
8
6
4
2
0
30 Hz
1 Hz
0
500
Installation distance (mm)
10
10
8
6
30 Hz
1 Hz
2
0
0
500
1,000
1,500
6
0
500
8
7
Discharge time (s)
Discharge time (s)
1,500
2,000
Supply pressure: 0.5 MPa (13.3 L/min [ANR] per cartridge)
7
6
5
30 Hz
1 Hz
6
5
30 Hz
4
1 Hz
3
2
1
1
0
1,000
Installation distance (mm)
8
2
1 Hz
2
0
2,000
30 Hz
4
Supply pressure: 0.5 MPa (26.4 L/min [ANR] per cartridge)
3
2,000
8
Installation distance (mm)
4
1,500
Supply pressure: 0.3 MPa (8.6 L/min [ANR] per cartridge)
12
Discharge time (s)
Discharge time (s)
Supply pressure: 0.3 MPa (17.6 L/min [ANR] per cartridge)
12
4
1,000
Installation distance (mm)
0
500
1,000
1,500
Installation distance (mm)
2,000
0
0
500
1,000
1,500
2,000
Installation distance (mm)
8A
Series IZS40/41/42
Static Neutralization
Characteristics
Note) Static neutralization features are based on the data using the charged plate (size: 150 mm x 150 mm, capacitance: 20 pF) as defined in the U.S. ANSI standards (ANSI/ESD, STM3.1-2006). Use this as a guideline
purpose only for model selection because the value varies depending on the material and/or size of a subject.
w Static Neutralization Range
IZS40, 41
Frequency: 30 Hz
250 200 150 100
0
50
0
Ionizer front - back direction [mm]
50 100 150 200 250
50
0.5 s
100
1s
150
2s
200
5s
250
300
Installation distance in height from ionizer to workpiece (Charged object location) [mm]
Installation distance in height from ionizer to workpiece (Charged object location) [mm]
1) Supply pressure: 0 MPa
Ionizer
horizontal direction
[mm]
150 100 50
0
0
50 100 150 150 100 50
0
50 100 150
50
0.5 s
100
1s
150
2s
200
5s
250
300
250 200 150 100
0
50
0
Ionizer front - back direction [mm]
50 100 150 200 250
50
100
0.5 s
1s
150
200
250
300
2s
5s
Installation distance in height from ionizer to workpiece (Charged object location) [mm]
Installation distance in height from ionizer to workpiece (Charged object location) [mm]
2) With high speed de-ionizing cartridge, Supply pressure: 0.3 MPa
Ionizer
horizontal direction
[mm]
150 100 50
0
0
50 100 150 150 100 50
0
50 100 150
50
100
150
0.5 s
200
1s
2s
250
300
5s
A
9
250 200 150 100
0
50
50
100
0.5 s
150
1s
200
250
300
2s
5s
0
Ionizer front - back direction [mm]
50 100 150 200 250
Installation distance in height from ionizer to workpiece (Charged object location) [mm]
Installation distance in height from ionizer to workpiece (Charged object location) [mm]
3) With energy saving type de-ionizing cartridge, Supply pressure: 0.3 MPa
150 100 50
0
0
50 100 150 150 100 50
50
100
150
200
2s
250
300
5s
0.5 s
1s
Ionizer
horizontal direction
[mm]
0 50 100 150
Technical Data
Series IZS40/41/42
IZS42
Frequency: 30 Hz
250 200 150 100
0
50
Ionizer front - back direction [mm]
50 100 150 200 250
0
50
0.5 s
1s
100
2s
150
5s
200
250
300
Installation distance in height from ionizer to workpiece (Charged object location) [mm]
Installation distance in height from ionizer to workpiece (Charged object location) [mm]
1) Supply pressure: 0 MPa
Ionizer
horizontal direction
[mm]
150 100 50
0
0
50 100 150 150 100 50
50
0.5 s
100
0
50 100 150
1s
2s
150
5s
200
250
300
250 200 150 100
0
50
0
Ionizer front - back direction [mm]
50 100 150 200 250
50
0.5 s
100
150
1s
200
2s
250
300
5s
Installation distance in height from ionizer to workpiece (Charged object location) [mm]
Installation distance in height from ionizer to workpiece (Charged object location) [mm]
2) With high speed de-ionizing cartridge, Supply pressure: 0.3 MPa
Ionizer
horizontal direction
[mm]
150 100 50
0
0
50 100 150 150 100 50
0
50 100 150
50
100
0.5 s
150
200
1s
250
300
5s
2s
250 200 150 100
0
50
0
50
100
0.5 s
150
1s
200
250
300
2s
5s
Ionizer front - back direction [mm]
50 100 150 200 250
Installation distance in height from ionizer to workpiece (Charged object location) [mm]
Installation distance in height from ionizer to workpiece (Charged object location) [mm]
3) With energy saving type de-ionizing cartridge, Supply pressure: 0.3 MPa
Ionizer
horizontal direction
[mm]
150 100 50
0
0
50 100 150 150 100 50
0
50 100 150
50
100
150
1s
0.5 s
200
250
300
2s
5s
10 A
Series IZS40/41/42
Note) Static neutralization features are based on the data using the charged plate (size: 150 mm x 150 mm, capacitance: 20 pF) as defined in the U.S. ANSI standards (ANSI/ESD, STM3.1-2006). Use this as a guideline
purpose only for model selection because the value varies depending on the material and/or size of a subject.
Static Neutralization
Characteristics
e Potential Amplitude
IZS40, 41
Supply pressure: 0.3 MPa
With energy saving type de-ionizing cartridge
2000
2000
1750
1750
Potential amplitude (V)
Potential amplitude (V)
With high speed de-ionizing cartridge
1500
1250
1000
1 Hz
750
30 Hz
500
1250
1000
1 Hz
750
30 Hz
500
250
250
0
1500
0
500
1,000
1,500
0
2,000
0
500
Installation distance (mm)
1,000
1,500
2,000
Installation distance (mm)
IZS42
Supply pressure: 0.3 MPa
With energy saving type de-ionizing cartridge
200
200
175
175
Potential amplitude (V)
Potential amplitude (V)
With high speed de-ionizing cartridge
150
125
0.1 Hz
100
75
50
30 Hz
25
0
0
11
125
100
75
50
30 Hz
25
500
1,000
1,500
Installation distance (mm)
A
150
2,000
0
0
0.1 Hz
500
1,000
1,500
Installation distance (mm)
2,000
Technical Data
Series IZS40/41/42
r Flow Rate — Pressure Characteristics
With high speed de-ionizing cartridge
With energy saving type de-ionizing cartridge
23
19
2500
0.3
0.2
0.4
340
00
16
20
00
23
19
2500
0.3
0.2
0.1
0.1
0
400
0.5
20
00
82
16
00
11
20
13
00
340
0
13
Pressure (MPa)
0.4
0
11
20
400
460
580
82 6
0 40
Pressure (MPa)
0.5
460
580
0 640
0.6
0.6
0
100
200
300
400
500
600
700
800
900
0
1000
0
100
200
300
400
500
600
Flow rate (L/min [ANR])
Flow rate (L/min [ANR])
How to measure
a) Single side air supply (Connecting tube: O.D. ø6 x I.D. ø4)
(IZS4-340, 400, 460, 580, 640)
b) Both sides air supply (Connecting tube: O.D. ø6 x I.D. ø4)
(IZS4-820, 1120, 1300)
Air supply measurement
Pressure measurement
Air supply
measurement
Pressure measurement
10 mm
10 mm
10 mm
c) Both sides air supply (Connecting tube: O.D. ø8 x I.D. ø5)
(IZS4-1600, 1900, 2320, 2500)
Air supply measurement
Pressure measurement
10 mm
10 mm
Feedback Sensor Detection Range
The relationship between the feedback sensor’s installation distance and the detection range is as follows:
Sensor head
Detection
hole
Detection range
Installation distance
Enlarged view of sensor head
Detection hole
(mm)
Installation distance Detection range
10
45
25
100
50
180
12
RoHS
Ionizer
Series IZS40/41/42
How to Order
Type
40
Standard type
IZS 40 1600
IZS 42 1600
Type 40
Type 41/42
10 B
10 B
Made to Order
Bar type
Type
41
42
Sensor
Feedback sensor type
Dual AC type
Symbol
Nil
F
G
Emitter cartridge type/Emitter material
Symbol
Nil
C
J
K
∗ Feedback sensor cannot be used for the IZS42.
Emitter material
Tungsten
Silicon
Tungsten
Silicon
Emitter cartridge type
High speed de-ionizing
cartridge
Energy saving type de-ionizing
cartridge
Bracket
Nil
B
Nil
Bar length symbol
340 to 760
820 to 1600
1660 to 2380
2440 to 2500
NPN
PNP
P
∗ Since input/output function cannot
be used, specify “Nil” when the AC
adapter is being used.
Z
N
∗ The number of intermediate brackets
differ depending on the bar length.
(Refer to the below table.)
End bracket
With 2 pcs.
Intermediate bracket
None
With 1 pc.
With 2 pcs.
With 3 pcs.
One-touch fitting
Power supply cable
Nil
Without bracket
With bracket∗
Number of brackets
Input/Output specifications
Bar length
Symbol Bar length (mm)
340
340
400
400
460
460
580
580
640
640
820
820
1120
1120
1300
1300
1600
1600
1900
1900
2320
2320
2500
2500
Sensor
IZS41 IZS42

Built-in sensor

—

Feedback sensor
Auto balance sensor [High accuracy type] 

With power supply cable (3 m)
With power supply cable (10 m)
Without power supply cable
∗ When only an e-con connector for the
IZS40 is required, specify “N”, and order a
part (Model: ZS-28-C) separately.
∗ To use AC adapter, specify “N”, and select
AC adapter sold separately (on page 16).
(A cord is attached to the AC adapter.)
06
08
10
ø6 One-touch fitting
ø8 One-touch fitting
ø10 One-touch fitting
∗ Refer to the table below for
selection of One-touch fittings.
(mm)
Recommended piping port size
Bar length symbol
One-touch Applicable tube
fitting symbol O.D. mm 340 400 460 580 640 820 1120 1300 1600 1900 2320 2500
06
ø6
        — — — —
— — — — —       
08
ø8
— — — — — — — —    
10
ø10
 : With piping on one side
 : With piping on both sides
Made to Order
Symbol
Contents
-X10
Non-standard bar length
Ordering example)
IZS 40 1660
IZS 42 1660
Type
41
42
A
Symbol
Contents
-X14
Model with drop prevention cover
13
Specifications
Symbol for producible bar length: 460 + 60 x n (n: Integer from 1 to 34)
(For 2, 3, 6, 11, 14, 19, 24, 31 and 34 for n, use a standard model.)
10 B
10 B
X10
X10
Bar length
520
700
760
880
940
1000
1060
1180
1240
1360
1420
1480
1540
1660
1720
1780
1840
1960
2020
2080
2140
2200
2260
2380
2440
Specifications
The main unit is shipped fitted with a drop prevention cover available
as an option.
Ionizer Series
IZS40/41/42
Specifications
Ionizer model
Ion generation method
Method of applying voltage
Applied voltage
Offset voltage Note)
Fluid
Operating pressure
Air purge
Proof pressure
Connecting tube O.D.
Current consumption
IZS40
IZS41- (NPN)
IZS41-P (PNP)
IZS42- (NPN)
IZS42-P (PNP)
Corona discharge type
AC, Sensing AC, DC
Dual AC
±7,000 V
±6,000 V
Within ±30 V
Air (Clean dry air)
0.5 MPa or less
0.7 MPa
ø6, ø8, ø10
440 mA or less (Sensing AC,
700 mA or less
Automatic run/Manual run: 480 mA or less)
(Automatic run/Manual run: 740 mA or less)
24 VDC ±10% (100 to 240 VAC: AC adapter option)
24 VDC to 26.4 VDC
Connected to +24 V
Connected to +24 V
Connected to 0 V
Connected to 0 V
Voltage range: 5 VDC or less Voltage range: 19 VDC to power supply voltage Voltage range: 5 VDC or less Voltage range: 19 VDC to power supply voltage
Current consumption: 5 mA or less Current consumption: 5 mA or less Current consumption: 5 mA or less Current consumption: 5 mA or less
AC, DC
330 mA or less
Power supply voltage
Power supply voltage in a transition wiring
Discharge stop signal
Input signal Maintenance detection
signal
—
—
Max. load current: 100 mA
Max. load current: 100 mA
Max. load current: 100 mA
Max. load current: 100 mA
Residual voltage 1 V or less
Residual voltage 1 V or less
Residual voltage 1 V or less
Residual voltage 1 V or less
—
Output signal
(Load current at 100 mA)
(Load current at 100 mA)
(Load current at 100 mA)
(Load current at 100 mA)
Error signal
Max. applied voltage: 26.4 VDC
Max. applied voltage: 26.4 VDC
Offset voltage control with the built-in sensor, maintenance detection, incorrect high voltage ion discharge detection
Incorrect high voltage ion discharge detection
Function
(Ion discharge stops during detection) (stops discharge during detection), ion discharge stop input, transition wiring, remote controller (sold separately), external sensor connection
50 to 2000 mm (Sensing AC mode: 200 to 2000 mm,
50 to 2000 mm
50 to 2000 mm
Effective de-ionizing distance
Manual run/Automatic run: 100 to 2000 mm)
(Manual run/Automatic run: 100 to 2000 mm)
Ambient and fluid temperature
0 to 40°C
Ambient humidity
35 to 80% Rh (with no condensation)
Material
Ionizer cover: ABS, Emitter cartridge: PBT, Emitter: Tungsten, Single crystal silicon
Impact resistance
100 m/s2
Standards/Directive
CE (EMC Directive: 2004/108/EC)
Maintenance detection
signal
Note) When the air purge is performed between a charged object and an ionizer at a distance of 300 mm
Number of emitter cartridges/Bar weight
Bar length symbol
Number of emitter cartridges
Weight (g)
IZS40
IZS41
IZS42
340
5
590
740
860
400
6
640
790
910
460
7
690
840
960
580
9
790
940
1060
640
10
830
980
1100
820
13
980
1130
1250
1120
18
1220
1370
1490
IZS31-DF (Feedback sensor)
IZS31-DG (Auto balance sensor) [High accuracy type]
0 to 50°C
35 to 80% Rh (with no condensation)
ABS, Stainless steel
ABS
100 m/s2
220 g (including cable weight)
200 g (including cable weight)
—
10 to 50 mm (Recommended)
CE, UL, CSA
Construction
Series IZS40
q
rt
1900
31
1840
1990
2110
2320
38
2170
2320
2440
2500
41
2320
2470
2590
w
Series IZS41/42
t
q
r
Model
IZF10-CG, IZS41-CG
Input voltage
100 VAC to 240 VAC, 50/60 Hz
Output current
1A
Ambient temperature
0 to 40°C
Ambient humidity 35 to 65% Rh (with no condensation)
Weight
220 g
Standards/Directive
CE, UL, CSA
Remote controller (Sold separately)
Model
IZS41-RC
Type
Infrared ray type
Transmission capacity
5 m Note 1)
Power
supply
2
AAA
sized
batteries
(sold separately) Note 2)
Note 1) Varies depending on the operating
Ambient temperature
0 to 45°C
conditions and environment.
Ambient humidity 35 to 80% Rh (with no condensation)
Note 2) Batteries are not supplied.
Weight
33 g (excluding dry cell batteries)
Note 3) Refer to the operation manual for
handling of the remote controller.
Standards/Directive
CE
y
e
u
w
1600
26
1600
1750
1870
AC adapter (Sold separately)
External sensor
Sensor model
Ambient temperature
Ambient humidity
Case material
Impact resistance
Weight
Installation distance
Standards/Directive
1300
21
1360
1510
1630
i
e
o
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Description
Ionizer
Emitter cartridge
One-touch fitting
End bracket
Intermediate bracket
Feedback sensor
Auto balance sensor [High accuracy type]
Power supply cable (for IZS40)
Power supply cable (for IZS41/42)
14 A
Series IZS40/41/42
Accessories (for Individual Parts)
Feedback sensor
Auto balance sensor [High accuracy type]
IZS31-DF
IZS31-DG
Power supply cable
· IZS40-CP (3 m)
· IZS41-CP (3 m)
· IZS40-CPZ (10 m) · IZS41-CPZ (10 m)
High speed de-ionizing cartridge
· IZS40-NT (Emitter material: Tungsten)
· IZS40-NC (Emitter material: Silicon)
Energy saving type de-ionizing cartridge
· IZS40-NJ (Emitter material: Tungsten)
· IZS40-NK (Emitter material: Silicon)
For IZS40
For IZS41/42
Made to Order
How to Order
IZS
CP
Type
40
41
X13
Tungsten
(Emitter cartridge color: White)
Silicon
(Emitter cartridge color: Gray)
Power supply cable full length
Symbol Cable full length
01
1m
02
2m
…
Model with Made-to-order power supply cable
…
Available in 1 m increments from 1 m to 20 m.
19
19 m
Note 1) 11 m or longer power cables are not CE Marking-compliant.
20 m
Note 2) Use standard power supply cables for 3 m and 10 m lengths. 20
For IZS40
For IZS41/42
End bracket/IZS40-BE
Intermediate bracket/IZS40-BM
End bracket
Intermediate bracket
Note) The number of intermediate brackets required,
as listed below, depends on the bar length.
Two end brackets are always required regardless
of the bar length.
Bar length symbol
Note) Ionizer mounting screws attached, M4 x 8, 2 pcs.
End bracket
Intermediate bracket
340 to 760
None
820 to 1600
With 1 pc.
1660 to 2380
2440 to 2500
With 2 pcs.
With 2 pcs.
With 3 pcs.
Note) The model number is for a single bracket.
A
15
Ionizer
Series IZS40/41/42
Sold Separately
Drop prevention cover
IZS40 E 3
Mounted part of emitter cartridge
Number of fixed emitter cartridges
IZS40-E3
IZS40-E4
IZS40-E5
3
4
5
Number of required drop prevention covers
Bar length Number of required drop prevention covers
symbol IZS40-E3 IZS40-E4 IZS40-E5
340
—
—
1
400
2
—
—
460
1
1
—
580
—
1
1
640
—
—
2
820
1
—
2
1120
1
—
3
1300
2
—
3
1600
2
—
4
1900
2
—
5
2320
1
—
7
2500
2
—
7
Remote controller/IZS41-RC
The model number requires the suffix “-X14” to indicate that the body is to
be shipped fitted with a drop prevention cover.
Standard model no.
X14
Drop prevention cover
When attached to the body
Transition wiring cable
IZS41 CF
Transition wiring cable
02 Full length 2 m
05 Full length 5 m
08 Full length 8 m
AC adapter
For IZS40
IZF10 C
AC adapter
G1
G2
AC adapter + AC cord
AC adapter (without AC cord)
∗ AC cord is only for use in Japan. (Rated
voltage 125 V, plug JIS C8303, inlet
IEC60320-C8) External input and output
cannot be used when the AC adapter is
being used.
Made to Order
How to Order
IZS41 CF
For IZS40
IZS41 C
AC adapter
G1
G2
AC adapter + AC cord
AC adapter (without AC cord)
∗ AC cord is only for use in Japan. (Rated
voltage 125 V, plug JIS C8303, inlet
IEC60320-C8) External input and output
cannot be used when the AC adapter is
being used.
Model with Made-to-order transition wiring cable
Available in 1 m increments from 1 m to 20 m.
Note 1) 11 m or longer power cables are not
CE Marking-compliant.
Note 2) Use standard power supply cables for
2 m, 5 m and 8 m lengths.
Note 3) Transition wiring is not possible for the IZS40.
Symbol Cable full length
01
1m
03
3m
……
For IZS41/42
For IZS41/42
X13
Transition wiring cable length
19
20
19 m
20 m
Cleaning kit/IZS30-M2
16 A
Series IZS40/41/42
Wiring/IZS40
Wire cables according to the circuitry and wiring chart.
How to connect the cable of the connector
1. Grounding of F.G. cable
1) Cut the cable as shown in the figure to the below.
Refer to the following table for the applicable wire size.
Make sure to ground the F.G. cable (green) with a ground
resistance of 100 Ω or less.
The F.G. cable is used as a reference electric potential for
de-ionization. If the ground terminal is not properly grounded,
an optimal offset voltage cannot be acquired and also causes
failure of the equipment. Be sure to connect the ground
terminal using a ground resistance of 100 Ω or less.
2. Connection circuit (“POWER” connector)
Wiring of the IZS40
e-con is adopted for the connector of the IZS40.
Connector with cable or without cable may be selected
when placing an order for the power supply cable.
When only an e-con is required, place an order for it as
a part. (Cable is not supplied.)
Number stamped on connector
20 mm or more
Applicable wire
AWG
No.
Conductor cross section
mm2
Finish O.D.
mm
Model
26-24
0.14-0.2
ø0.8-ø1.0
ZS-28-C
2) Insert the cable which was cut into the back of the
connector.
3) Confirm that the cable is inserted into the back of the
connector and press part A with your finger to hold
tentatively.
4) Use a tool such as pliers to firmly tighten the center of Part A.
5) The connector cannot be reused once crimped. If
cable insertion fails, use a new connector.
A
Wiring
Number stamped on connector Description
Description
1
24 VDC
2
0V
3
F.G.
Make sure to ground with a ground resistance of 100 Ω or
less to use it as a reference electric potential for ionizer.
If not grounded, performance cannot be acquired, and
also causes failure of the equipment.
4
—
Unused
Power supply is connected to operate the ionizer.
Connection Circuit/IZS40
Ionizer (IZS40)
Internal circuit
Shield
1
Brown
2
Blue
3
Green
4 (Unused)
+24 V
0V
F.G.
Power
supply
24 VDC
F.G.
∗ Ground with a ground resistance of 100 Ω or less.
If cables are prepared by the user, the cable colors shown in the diagram may change according to the cable colors by the user.
A
17
Ionizer
Series IZS40/41/42
Wiring/IZS41, 42
Connector housing pin numbers
A5
A1
B5
B1
Wiring
Pin no.
Cable color
Description
Signal direction
Brown
+24 VDC
IN
Blue
0V
IN
A3
Green
F.G.
—
Make sure to ground with a ground resistance of 100 Ω or less to use it as a reference electric potential for ionizer.
If not grounded, performance cannot be acquired, and also causes failure of the equipment.
B3
Light green
Discharge stop signal
IN
Signal input to turn ON/OFF the ion discharge.
NPN specification: Stops ion discharge by connecting to 0 V. (Starts discharging ion when disconnected.)
PNP specification: Stops ion discharge by connecting to + 24 VDC. (Starts discharging ion when disconnected.)
A1
B1
Cable size
Description
Power supply is connected to operate the ionizer.
A2
B2
AWG20
AWG28
A4
Gray
B4
Yellow
A5
Purple
Error signal
OUT(Contact point B)
B5
White
Unused
—
Maintenance detection signal
IN
Input signal when determining the necessity of electrode needle maintenance.
Maintenance detection signal OUT(Contact point A) Turns ON when electrode needs cleaning.
Turns OFF when power supply failure, ion discharge error, connected sensor
failure, or CPU operation failure. (ON when there is no problem.)
∗ Confirm the power supply cable dimensions on page 23 for the cable specifications.
Frequencies
Frequency set
Switch set no.
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Frequency (Hz), Remote controller
IZS40
IZS41
IZS42
3
1
0.1
5
3
0.5
8
5
1
10
10
3
15
15
5
20
20
10
1
Remote controller∗ Remote controller∗
30
30
15
DC+
DC+
20
DC–
DC–
30
∗ Set when remote controller is used.
18 A
Series IZS40/41/42
Wiring Circuit/IZS41, 42
NPN specification
Shield
Ionizer (IZS41, 42)
Green F.G.
F.G.
+ 24 V
+
+
DC/DC
0V
0V
Brown (2 pcs.) + 24 VDC
Blue (2 pcs.) 0 V
Power
supply
24 VDC
PLC
+ 24 V
Internal circuit
+ 24 V
0V
F.G.
INPUT
∗ Ground with a ground resistance of
100 Ω or less.
Light green
Discharge stop signal
Isolation circuit
(Photo coupler)
or
+ 24 V
Gray
Maintenance detection
signal
Isolation circuit
(Photo coupler)
or
OUTPUT
Yellow
Maintenance detection
signal
Isolation circuit
(Photo coupler)
Purple
Irregular signal
Isolation circuit
(Photo coupler)
PNP specification
Shield
Ionizer (IZS41, 42)
Green F.G.
F.G.
+ 24 V
+
+
DC/DC
0V
0V
Brown (2 pcs.) + 24 VDC
Blue (2 pcs.) 0 V
+ 24 V Power
supply
0V
24 VDC
F.G.
PLC
OUTPUT
INPUT
Internal circuit
∗ Ground with a ground resistance of
100 Ω or less.
Isolation circuit
(Photo coupler)
Light green
Discharge stop signal
or
Isolation circuit
(Photo coupler)
Gray
Maintenance detection
signal
or
OUTPUT
+ 24 V
Isolation circuit
(Photo coupler)
+ 24 V
Isolation circuit
(Photo coupler)
A
19
Yellow
Maintenance detection
signal
Purple
Irregular signal
INPUT
Ionizer
Series IZS40/41/42
Dimensions
30
Ionizer/IZS40
6.8
60
60 x (n−1)
9
64
30
304
A
50
L
n (Number of emitter cartridges),
L Dimension
Applicable tube O.D.
06
08
10
End bracket/IZS40-BE
A
13
15
22
Part no.
IZS40-340
IZS40-400
IZS40-460
IZS40-580
IZS40-640
IZS40-820
IZS40-1120
IZS40-1300
IZS40-1600
IZS40-1900
IZS40-2320
IZS40-2500
n
L (mm)
5
6
7
9
10
13
18
21
26
31
38
41
340
400
460
580
640
820
1120
1300
1600
1900
2320
2500
35
4.5
105
33
18
2 x 5.4
30
22
L
33
Intermediate bracket/IZS40-BM
55
30
4.5
105
A
33
18
22
2 x 5.4
36
35
A
A-A section
20 A
Series IZS40/41/42
Dimensions
30
44
Ionizer/IZS41, 42
6.8
60
60 x (n-1)
9
85
30
304
A
50
L
n (Number of emitter cartridges),
L Dimension
Applicable tube O.D.
06
08
10
End bracket/IZS40-BE
A
Part no.
IZS4-340
IZS4-400
IZS4-460
IZS4-580
IZS4-640
IZS4-820
IZS4-1120
IZS4-1300
IZS4-1600
IZS4-1900
IZS4-2320
IZS4-2500
13
15
22
n
L (mm)
5
6
7
9
10
13
18
21
26
31
38
41
340
400
460
580
640
820
1120
1300
1600
1900
2320
2500
35
105
33
18
2 x 5.4
30
4.5
44
22
L
33
Intermediate bracket/IZS40-BM
55
30
4.5
18
22
2 x 5.4
36
35
105
33
A
A
A
21
A-A section
Series IZS40/41/42
Ionizer
Dimensions
Feedback sensor/IZS31-DF
2 x ø3.4
Head
2 x ø3.4
Amplifier
1500
13
ø10.2
60
7.7
7
Detection hole
10
2
10.5
14
6
1
3
3.
xR
61
(7.5)
7.8
8.8
6.5
ø10.2
0.5
8.8
11
13
0.5
78
ø4.8
69
23
25
87.5
ø4.8
58
ø10.2
SMC
13
16.6
9
3500
Auto balance sensor [High accuracy type]/IZS31-DG
2 x ø3.4
2 x ø3.4
Head
Amplifier
3500
78
13
ø10.2
7.8
8.8
ø10.2
14.5
98
ø4.8
69
23
ø4.8
95
ø6.6
0.2
20
0.2
1500
12
71
7.7
Sensor
60
2 x Counterbore 6.6, Depth 5.7
(Height of thread bearing surface 8.8)
14
5
6
1
22 A
IZS40/41/42
Series
Dimensions
Power supply cable
IZS40-CP
Terminal semi-stripped
ø3.8
14.6
6
1
4
52
45
L
Cable Specifications
No. of cable wire/Size
Nominal cross section
Conductor
Outside diameter
Insulator Outside diameter
Material
Sheath
Outside diameter
3 cores/AWG24
0.2 mm2
0.66 mm
1.0 mm
Lead-free PVC
3.8 mm
Shield wire
IZS41-CP
16.4
AB
Terminal semi-stripped
ø6.2
17.5
5
1
47
60
L
Cable Specifications
Part no.
IZS40-CP
IZS41-CP
IZS40-CPZ
IZS41-CPZ
No. of cable wire/Size
10 cores/AWG20 (4 cores), AWG28 (6 cores)
Nominal cross section 0.54 mm2 (4 cores), 0.09 mm2 (6 cores)
Conductor
Outside diameter
0.96 mm (4 cores), 0.38 mm (6 cores)
1.4 mm Blue, Brown
Insulator Outside diameter
0.7 mm White, Green, Light green, Purple, Gray, Yellow
Material
Heat resistant PVC
Sheath
Outside diameter
6.2 mm
L (mm)
3000
9800
Remote controller
7
Infrared rays generating part
21
48
100
14
2 AAA batteries to be set
17
Part no.
IZF41-CF02
IZF41-CF05
IZF41-CF08
A
23
L (mm)
2000
5000
8000
16.4
AB
17.5
ø6.2
17.5
5
1
47
1
5
L
47
BA
16.4
Transition wiring cable/IZS41-CF
Safety Instructions
These safety instructions are intended to prevent hazardous situations and/or
equipment damage. These instructions indicate the level of potential hazard with
the labels of “Caution,” “Warning” or “Danger.” They are all important notes for
safety and must be followed in addition to International Standards (ISO/IEC)∗1),
and other safety regulations.
Caution indicates a hazard with a low level of risk which,
Caution:
if not avoided, could result in minor or moderate injury.
Warning:
Warning indicates a hazard with a medium level of risk which,
if not avoided, could result in death or serious injury.
Danger :
Danger indicates a hazard with a high level of risk which,
∗1) ISO 4414: Pneumatic fluid power – General rules relating to systems.
ISO 4413: Hydraulic fluid power – General rules relating to systems.
IEC 60204-1: Safety of machinery – Electrical equipment of machines.
(Part 1: General requirements)
ISO 10218-1: Manipulating industrial robots – Safety.
etc.
if not avoided, will result in death or serious injury.
Warning
1. The compatibility of the product is the responsibility of the
person who designs the equipment or decides its
specifications.
Since the product specified here is used under various operating conditions,
its compatibility with specific equipment must be decided by the person who
designs the equipment or decides its specifications based on necessary
analysis and test results. The expected performance and safety assurance
of the equipment will be the responsibility of the person who has determined
its compatibility with the product. This person should also continuously
review all specifications of the product referring to its latest catalog
information, with a view to giving due consideration to any possibility of
equipment failure when configuring the equipment.
2. Only personnel with appropriate training should operate
machinery and equipment.
The product specified here may become unsafe if handled incorrectly. The
assembly, operation and maintenance of machines or equipment including
our products must be performed by an operator who is appropriately trained
and experienced.
3. Do not service or attempt to remove product and machinery/
equipment until safety is confirmed.
1. The inspection and maintenance of machinery/equipment should only be
performed after measures to prevent falling or runaway of the driven
objects have been confirmed.
2. When the product is to be removed, confirm that the safety measures as
mentioned above are implemented and the power from any appropriate
source is cut, and read and understand the specific product precautions
of all relevant products carefully.
3. Before machinery/equipment is restarted, take measures to prevent
unexpected operation and malfunction.
4. Contact SMC beforehand and take special consideration of
safety measures if the product is to be used in any of the
following conditions.
1. Conditions and environments outside of the given specifications, or use
outdoors or in a place exposed to direct sunlight.
2. Installation on equipment in conjunction with atomic energy, railways, air
navigation, space, shipping, vehicles, military, medical treatment,
combustion and recreation, or equipment in contact with food and
beverages, emergency stop circuits, clutch and brake circuits in press
applications, safety equipment or other applications unsuitable for the
standard specifications described in the product catalog.
3. An application which could have negative effects on people, property, or
animals requiring special safety analysis.
4. Use in an interlock circuit, which requires the provision of double interlock
for possible failure by using a mechanical protective function, and
periodical checks to confirm proper operation.
Caution
1. The product is provided for use in manufacturing industries.
The product herein described is basically provided for peaceful use in
manufacturing industries.
If considering using the product in other industries, consult SMC beforehand
and exchange specifications or a contract if necessary.
If anything is unclear, contact your nearest sales branch.
Limited warranty and Disclaimer/
Compliance Requirements
The product used is subject to the following “Limited warranty and Disclaimer” and
“Compliance Requirements”.
Read and accept them before using the product.
Limited warranty and Disclaimer
1. The warranty period of the product is 1 year in service or 1.5 years after
the product is delivered, whichever is first.∗2)
Also, the product may have specified durability, running distance or
replacement parts. Please consult your nearest sales branch.
2. For any failure or damage reported within the warranty period which is clearly our
responsibility, a replacement product or necessary parts will be provided.
This limited warranty applies only to our product independently, and not to any
other damage incurred due to the failure of the product.
3. Prior to using SMC products, please read and understand the warranty terms
and disclaimers noted in the specified catalog for the particular products.
∗2) Vacuum pads are excluded from this 1 year warranty.
A vacuum pad is a consumable part, so it is warranted for a year after it is delivered.
Also, even within the warranty period, the wear of a product due to the use of the vacuum pad
or failure due to the deterioration of rubber material are not covered by the limited warranty.
Compliance Requirements
1. The use of SMC products with production equipment for the manufacture of
weapons of mass destruction (WMD) or any other weapon is strictly prohibited.
2. The exports of SMC products or technology from one country to another are
governed by the relevant security laws and regulations of the countries involved
in the transaction. Prior to the shipment of a SMC product to another country,
assure that all local rules governing that export are known and followed.
Caution
SMC products are not intended for use as instruments for legal
metrology.
Measurement instruments that SMC manufactures or sells have not been
qualified by type approval tests relevant to the metrology (measurement) laws
of each country. Therefore, SMC products cannot be used for business or
certification ordained by the metrology (measurement) laws of each country.
Safety Instructions Be sure to read the “Handling Precautions for SMC Products” (M-E03-3) and “Operation Manual” before use.
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Series IZS40/41/42
Specific Product Precautions 1
Be sure to read this before handling.
Selection
Caution
Mounting
Warning
1. This product is intended to be used with general
factory automation (FA) equipment.
3. Install the product so that the entire bar does not have
an excessive deflection.
If considering using the product for other applications (especially those
stipulated on Safety Instructions), please consult SMC beforehand.
For a bar length of 820 mm or more, support the bar at both
ends and in the middle by using brackets (IZS40-BM). If the bar
is held only at the both ends, self-weight of the bar causes
deflection, resulting in damage to the bar.
2. Use this product within the specified voltage and temperature range.
Using outside of the specified voltage can cause a malfunction,
damage, electrical shock, or fire.
3. Use clean compressed air as fluid. (Air quality Class
2.6.3 specified in ISO 8573-1: 2001 is recommended.)
This product is not explosion proof. Never use a
flammable gas or an explosive gas as a fluid and never
use this product in the presence of such gases.
Please contact us when fluids other than compressed
air are used.
This product is not explosion proof. Never use a flammable
gas or an explosive gas as a fluid and never use this product
in the presence of such gases. Please contact us when fluids
other than compressed air are used.
4. This product is not explosion-protected.
Never use this product in locations where the explosion of dust is likely
to occur or flammable or explosive gases are used. This can cause fire.
Caution
1. Clean specification is not available with this product.
This product is not washed. When bringing into a clean room,
flush for several minutes and confirm the required cleanliness
before using. A minute amount of particles are generated due
to wearing of the emitters while the ionizer is operating.
Mounting
4. Do not use this product in an area where noise (electric
magnetic field or surge voltage, etc.) are generated.
Using the ionizer under such conditions may cause it to
malfunction or internal devices to deteriorate or break down.
Take noise countermeasures and prevent the lines from
mixing or coming into contact with each other.
5. Observe the tightening torque requirements when
installing the ionizer.
If overtightened with a high torque, the mounting screws or
mounting brackets may break. Also, if under tightened with a
low torque, the connection may loosen.
Refer to the operation manual for details.
6. Do not touch the emitter directly with fingers or
metallic tools.
If a finger is used to touch the emitter, it may get stuck or an injury or
electrical shock may occur from touching the surrounding equipment. In
addition, if the emitter or cartridge is damaged with a tool, the
specification will not be met and damage and/or an accident may occur.
Danger High Voltage
Emitters are under high voltage. Never touch them as there is a
danger of electric shock or injury due to an evasive action against a
momentary electrical shock caused by inserting foreign matter in
the emitter cartridge or touching the emitter.
Warning
1. Reserve an enough space for maintenance, piping and wiring
Please take into consideration that the one-touch fittings for
supplying air, need enough space for the air tubing to be easily
attached/detached.
To avoid excessive stress on the connector and one-touch fitting,
please take into consideration the cable and tube minimum bending
radius and avoid bending at acute angles.
Wiring with excessive twisting, bending, etc. can cause a malfunction,
wire breakage or fire.
Minimum bending radius: Power supply cable: 38 mm
Transition wiring cable: 38 mm
Sensor cable: 25 mm
Note: Shown above is wiring with the fixed minimum allowable
bending radius and at a temperature of 20 °C. If used under this
temperature, the connector can receive excessive stress even
though the minimum bending radius is allowable.
Regarding the minimum bending radius of the tubing, refer to the
operation manual or catalog for tubing.
2. Mount this product on a plane surface.
If there are irregularities, cracks or height differences,
excessive stress will be applied to the housing or brackets,
resulting in damage or other trouble. Also, do not drop or
apply a strong shock. Otherwise, damage or an accident can
occur. Also, do not drop or apply a strong shock. Otherwise,
damage or an accident may occur.
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7. Do not affix any tape or seals to the body.
If a tape or seal contains any conductive adhesive or reflective paint, a
dielectric phenomenon may occur due to the generated ions, resulting
in electrostatic charge or electric leakage. Avoid using such tape and
seals as it will not only cause difficulties in maintaining the performance
of the product, but may also result in the failure of the product.
8. Installation should be conducted after turning off
the power supply.
Caution
1. Do not install the IZS4 series in a location where walls or
structures are within the range shown in the following figure.
If structures including walls or conductive items are located close to the unit, the
generated ions will not effectively reach the object, and the specification may
not be satisfied, or cause failure of the product or electric shock due to
dielectricity or electric leakage. Install the product according to the dimensions
shown in the following figure, keeping away from structures or conductive items.
200
200
150
150
60
Unit: mm
Series IZS40/41/42
Specific Product Precautions 2
Be sure to read this before handling.
Mounting
Wiring/Piping
Caution
Warning
2. After installation, be sure to verify the effects of
static neutralization.
The effects vary depending on the ambient conditions, operating
conditions, etc. After installation, verify the effects of static neutralization.
3. When installing the IZS41 or IZS42 in proximity with
an ionizer which operates in DC mode, they should
be positioned at least 2 meters away from each other.
When using the IZS41 or IZS42 near the ionizer in DC mode,
keep clearance of at least 2 m between them.
Offset voltage may not be adjusted by the internal sensor due
to the ions which are discharged from the DC mode ionizer.
DC mode
2 m or more
Wiring/Piping
Warning
1. Confirm that the power supply voltage is enough and that it is
within the specifications before wiring.
2. To maintain product performance, a DC power supply shall be
connected per UL listed Class 2 certified by National Electric Code
(NEC) or evaluated as a limited power source provided by UL60950.
3. Ground the F.G. wire with 100 Ω or less according to the
instructions in this catalog. An incomplete ground or no grounding
not only prevents the performance of the product from being
maintained, but may also cause failure or damage of the product,
or electric shock to the human body.
4. Be sure to turn off the power supply before wiring (including
attachment/detachment of the connector).
5. To connect a feedback sensor or auto balance sensor to
the ionizer, use the cable included with the sensor. Do not
disassemble or modify the ionizer.
6. When applying the power supply, pay special attention to the wiring
and/or surrounding environment until the safety is confirmed.
7. Do not connect or remove any connectors including the power
supply, while power is being supplied. Otherwise, the ionizer may
malfunction.
8. If the power line and high-pressure line are routed together, this
product may malfunction due to noise. Therefore, use a separate
wiring route for this product.
9. Be sure to confirm that there are no wiring errors before starting this
product. Faulty wiring will lead to product damage or malfunction.
11. Transition wiring of ionizer
For transition wiring of ionizers, use a transition wiring cable for connection
between ionizers. Use a power supply cable for connection between ionizer
and power supply or external equipment. (Transition wiring is not possible with
the IZS40.) The number of ionizers that may be connected using transition
wiring varies depending on the power supply cable; the length of the transition
wiring cable; the use of external sensor(s) and/or models. Refer to the table
shown below “Connectable number of ionizers with transition wiring”.
The IZS41 and IZS42 can be connected in the same transition wiring, but
mixed wiring of the NPN and PNP I/O specifications is not possible.
Please contact SMC when connecting conditions other than specified in the
table below are applied.
Connectable number of ionizers (IZS41) with transition wiring (without external sensor)
Power supply cable length: 3 m
Power supply cable length: 10 m
Bar
length Transition wiring cable length (same cable length) m Transition wiring cable length (same cable length) m
symbol 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
340
7 units 6 units
400
460
7 units
8 units
580
640
820
8 units
5 units
4 units
5 units
4 units
1120
6 units
6 units
1300
1600
7 units
7 units
1900
2320
3 units
2500
Connectable number of ionizers (IZS42) with transition wiring (without external sensor)
Power supply cable length: 3 m
Power supply cable length: 10 m
Bar
length Transition wiring cable length (same cable length) m Transition wiring cable length (same cable length) m
symbol 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
340
400
460
580
640
820
5 units
4 units
5 units
4 units
3 units
1120
1300
1600
1900
2320
3 units
2500
It is recommended that the power supply used to operate the ionizers
have a current capacity twice that of the total current consumption of
the ionizers to be used. Power supply voltage should be from 24 to
26.4 VDC.
AC adapter must not be used when ionizer is used in a transition wiring.
When ionizers are connected with transition wiring, the same input
signal serves as input to all the ionizers. When a signal is output from at
least one ionizer in the connection, the signal will be output from the
power supply cable.
Connect the power supply cable to the “POWER” connector of the 1st
ionizer, and connect the “LINK” connector of the 1st ionizer to the
“POWER” connector of the 2nd ionizer with a transition wiring cable.
Follow the same procedure to connect subsequent ionizer(s) and after
with transition wiring cables.
Transition wiring cable:
LINK for the 1st ionizer
→ to POWER for the 2nd ionizer
Power supply cable:
→to POWER for the 1st ionizer
10. Flush the piping before using. Before piping this product, exercise
caution to prevent particles, water drops, or oil contents from
entering the piping.
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Series IZS40/41/42
Specific Product Precautions 3
Be sure to read this before handling.
Operating Environment/Storage Environment
Warning
Warning
1. Observe the fluid temperature and ambient temperature
range.
Fluid temperature and ambient temperature ranges are; 0 to
40°C for ionizer, 0 to 50°C for feedback sensor and auto
balance sensor (high accuracy type), 0 to 40°C for AC adapter,
and 0 to 45°C for remote controller. Do not use the sensor in
locations where the temperature may change suddenly even if
the ambient temperature range is within the specified limits,
resulting in condensation.
2. Do not use this product in an enclosed space.
This product utilizes a corona discharge phenomenon. Do not
use the product in an enclosed space as ozone and nitrogen
oxides exist in such places, even though in marginal quantities.
3. Environments to avoid
Avoid using and storing this product in the following
environments since they may cause damage to this product.
a. Avoid using in a place that exceeds an ambient temperature range.
b. Avoid using in a place that exceeds an ambient humidity range.
c. Avoid using in a place where condensation occurs due to a drastic temperature change.
d. Avoid using in a place in the presence of corrosive or explosive
gas or where there is a volatile combustible.
e. Avoid using in an atmosphere where there are particles, conductive iron
powders, oil mist, salt, solvent, blown dust, cutting oil (water, liquid), etc.
f. Avoid using in a place where ventilated air from an air conditioner
is directly applied to the product.
g. Avoid using in a closed place without ventilation.
h. Avoid using in direct sunlight or radiated heat.
i. Avoid using in a place where there is a strong magnetic noise
(strong electric field, strong magnetic field, or surge).
j. Avoid using in a place where static electricity is discharged to the body.
k. Avoid using in a place where a strong high frequency occurs.
l. Avoid using in a place where this product is likely to be damaged by lightning.
m. Avoid using in a place where direct vibration or shock is applied to the main body.
n. Avoid using in a place where there is a force large enough to
deform this product or weight is applied to the product.
4. Do not use an air containing mist or dust.
The air containing mist or dust will cause the performance to
decrease and shorten the maintenance cycle.
Install a dryer (IDF series), air filter (AF/AFF series), and/or mist
separator (AFM/AM series) to obtain clean compressed air (air
quality of Class 2.6.3 or higher according to ISO 8573-1: 2001 is
recommended for operation).
5. Ionizer, feedback sensor, auto balance sensor,
remote controller, and AC adapter are not resistant
to lightening surge.
Maintenance
Warning
1. Periodically inspect the ionizer and clean the
emitters.
Periodically inspect the electrostatic sensor to check if it is operated
while being out of order. Only a person having an adequate
knowledge and experience about the system is allowed to inspect the
sensor. If particles attach to the emitter by using for long periods of
time, the static neutralizing performance will be lowered.
Replace the emitter cartridge, if the emitters are worn and the static
neutralizing performance does not return even after being cleaned.
Danger High Voltage
This product contains a high voltage generation circuit. When
performing maintenance inspection, be sure to confirm that the
power supply to the ionizer is turned off. Never disassemble or
modify the ionizer, as this may not only impair the product’s
functionality but could cause an electric shock or electric leakage.
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Maintenance
2. When cleaning the emitter or replacing the emitter
cartridge, be sure to turn off the power supply or air
supply to the body.
If the emitters are touched while the product is energized, this
may cause an electric shock or accident.
If an attempt to replace the emitter cartridges is performed
before removing air supply, the emitter cartridges may eject
unexpectedly due to presence of the supply air. Remove air
supply before replacing the cartridges. If emitter cartridges are
not securely mounted to the bar, they may eject or release
when air is supplied to the product. Securely mount or remove
the emitter cartridges referencing the instructions shown
below.
Removal of emitter cartridge
1) Rotate the cartridge
90 degrees in the
counter-clockwise direction.
2) Pull to
remove.
Mounting of emitter cartridge
1) Insert the cartridge
into the bar so that
the longer side of
the cartridge is
mounted at a right
angle to the bar.
Longer side
2) Rotate the cartridge 90
degrees in the clockwise
direction, and match the
markings on the bar to
those on the cartridge
and secure.
Markings
3. Perform the detection procedure in the absence of
workpieces. (IZS41, 42)
4. Do not disassemble or modify this product.
Otherwise, an electrical shock, damage and/or a fire may occur.
Also, the disassembled or modified products may not achieve
the performances guaranteed in the specifications, and
exercise caution because the product will not be warranted.
5. Do not operate this product with wet hands.
Otherwise, an electrical shock or accident may occur.
Handling
Caution
1. Do not drop, bump or apply excessive impact (100
m/s2 or more) while handling.
Even though it does not appear to be damaged, the internal
parts may be damaged and cause a malfunction.
2. When installing the product, handle the product so
that no moment is applied to the controller and the
ends of the bar.
Handling the product by holding either end of the bar may
cause damage to the product.
3. When mounting/dismounting the cable, use your
finger to pinch the claw of the plug, then
attach/detach it correctly.
If the modular plug is at a difficult angle to attach/detach, the
jack’s mounting section may be damaged and cause a
disorder.
Related Products
SMC can provide all the equipment required to supply air to the ionizer.
Consider the equipment below not only for providing an “opportunity to decrease maintenance” and “preventing damage” but also for an “energy-saving countermeasure”.
Recommended pneumatic circuit diagram
∗ The following is an example. Since the product group differs by application,
please contact an SMC sales representative.
IZS
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
1 Air Dryer/Series IDF
2 Air Filter/Series AF
3 Mist Separator/Series AFM
Decreases the dew point of
compressed air.
Limits moisture
generation which
can lead to damage.
Eliminates solid foreign
matter such as powder
particles in the
compressed air.
Eliminates oil mist which
is difficult to eliminate
with an air filter.
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4 Digital Flow Switch/Series PF2A
Best Pneumatics No.t
2-Color Display Digital Flow Switch/Series PFM
Decreases the air consumption by flow
control.
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6 Digital Pressure Switch/Series ISE30A
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5 Regulator/Series AR
Decreases the air
consumption by setting to
an appropriate pressure.
Best Pneumatics No.y
7 2 Port Solenoid Valve/Series VX
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Pilot Type 2 Port Solenoid Valve for Dry Air/Series VQ
The pressure control prevents the ability
of static electricity removal from being
reduced in accordance with the
reduction of air pressure.
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Best Pneumatics No.u
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8 Restrictor/Series AS-X214
9 Clean Air Filter/Series SFD
Regulates to the appropriate air volume
depending upon the installation condition.
Decreases the air consumption.
Built-in capillary element nominal filtration rating: 0.01 µm
Hollow fiber elements with over 99.99% filtering efficiency do not contaminate
work pieces.
Best Pneumatics No.y
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Ionizer Series Variations
Ionizer/Nozzle type Series IZN10
Dust removal and static neutralization by air blow
Eliminates
dust clinging to lamp cover.
Offset voltage ±10 V (In case of energy saving static neutralization nozzle)
Slim design: Thickness dimension 16 mm
1
Removing dust
from lamp cover
Always outputs LED display and signal when
contamination or wear of the emitter is detected.
Spot type static neutralization
Prevents electrostatic breakdown of electric
Prevents detachment failure.
Maintenance detector
parts.
16 m
m
1
Detects optimal maintenance time,
reduced labor for maintenance.
2
Neutralizing static
electricity from IC chip
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Built-in high-voltage power supply
Installation of external high-voltage
power supply and high-voltage
power supply cable are unnecessary.
Ionizer/Fan type Series IZF10
Compact fan type with simple functions
Compact design: 80 x 110 x 39 mm
Weight: 280 g
2 types of fans available
Rapid static neutralizing fan: Discharge time∗ 1.5 seconds
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Offset voltage∗: ±13 V
∗ Based on ANSI/ESD-STM3.1-2006 standards
With alarm function
High-voltage error, maintenance detection
(When neutralizing static electricity from 1000 V to 100 V
at a distance of 300 mm from the workpiece)
Low-noise fan: 48 dB (A) (Measured at a distance
of 300 mm from the workpiece)
Rapid static neutralizing
fan: 57 dB (A)
Electrostatic Sensor Series IZD10/Electrostatic Sensor Monitor Series IZE11
Electrostatic Sensor Series IZD10
Electrostatic Sensor Monitor Series IZE11
Potential measurement: ±20 kV (detected at a 50 mm distance)
Output: Switch output x 2 + Analog output (1 to 5 V, 4 to 20 mA)
Minimum unit setting: 0.001 kV (at ±0.4 kV), 0.1 kV (at ±20 kV)
Display accuracy: ±0.5% F.S. ±1 digit or less
Detection distance correction function
·Output voltage: 1 to 5 V (Output impedance: Approx. 100 Ω)
Broadens your coverage of electrostatic potential
Supports two types of sensors
The importance of the static electric control is put on confirming the “actual status”.
±0.4 kV (detected at a 25 mm distance)
Detects the electrostatic potential and outputs in an analog voltage.
measurement applications.
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(adjustable in 1 mm increments)
(±0.4 kV and ±20 kV)
through range selection.
Handheld Electrostatic Meter Series IZH10
The importance of the static electric control is put on confirming the “actual status”.
Easy-to-use handheld electrostatic meter
Measurement range: ±20.0 kV
Minimum display unit: 0.1 kV (±1.0 to ±20.0 kV)
0.01 kV (0 to ±0.99 kV)
Compact and lightweight: 85 g (excluding dry
cell batteries)
Backlight for reading in the dark
LOW battery indicator
Peak/Bottom value indication
Zero-clear function
Auto power-off function
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Revision history
Edition B ∗ Excerpted from pages 1097 to 1124 of the Best Pneumatics No. 6 (Ver. 5).
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