HIGH VOLTAGE POWER SUPPLY

HIGH VOLTAGE POWER SUPPLY
LIT 7111
11510 Goldcoast Drive ▪ Cincinnati, OH, USA 45249-1621
(513) 671-3322 ▪ FAX (513) 671-3363 ▪ E-mail: techelp@exair.com
HIGH VOLTAGE POWER SUPPLY INSTALLATION & MAINTENANCE
Models 7901 and 7907
Grounding terminal
Power Supply cord - 6ft. (1.8m) long
(2) 7/16 - 14 high voltage output
connectors
(4) 37/64 (14.7mm) mounting holes
"On-off" switch
(lighted)
SPECIFICATIONS
Model 7901:
Input Voltage: 115VAC
Input Current: .2 A max.
Frequency: 50/60 Hz
Output Voltage: 5,000 V rms
Output Current: 5 mA max.
Model 7907:
Input Voltage: 230VAC
Input Current: .1 A max.
Frequency: 50/60 Hz
Output Voltage: 5,000 V rms
Output Current: 5 mA max.
The Power Supply Should Not Be Used In An Explosive Or Flammable Area.
ELECTRICAL SUPPLY
The Model 7901 Power Supply requires a 115V, 50/60Hz power source. Model 7907 requires a 230V, 50/60Hz. The
Model 7901 must be plugged into a grounded receptacle. If the unit is not grounded, it will produce a shock and will
not function properly.
The power cord of the Model 7907 Power Supply has a green ground wire that must be connected to a grounded
source. Additional grounding can be obtained by attaching a ground wire between a grounded metal surface and the
grounding terminal of the power supply.
MOUNTING
Mounting flanges are provided at the base of each power supply. The power supply can be bolted to the machine frame
for uniform grounding. If grounding cannot be obtained through the machine, it is best to connect to earth ground
through a grounding rod or copper cold water system.
©2008 EXAIR Corporation
LIT 7111
HIGH VOLTAGE TERMINALS
Each power supply includes two high voltage outlets. A cap is provided to cover the unused outlet. With the power
cord disconnected, it is first necessary to connect the ground lead of the ionizer (green wire) to the grounding terminal
of the power supply. Remove the nut on the power supply and attach the ground lead of the ionizer. Replace the nut
and be sure the grounding lead is snug to the power supply box.
To connect the ionizer to the high voltage power supply terminal, simply insert the stainless steel contact into the
terminal cavity, then tighten the knurled knob. Do not overtighten. This spring loaded connector grips the mating
stainless steel terminal for a snug connection. When disconnecting an ionizer, it is important to first disconnect the
power. Loosen the knurled knob, and pull the knob away from the power supply with minimal force. The stainless steel
contact will snap loose from the connector spring.
With the grounding and high voltage connections made, connect the power cord of the power supply to an appropriate
source. To operate the power supply, there is a lighted “on/off” switch on the side of the power supply. The “on” light
indicates power to the primary of the power supply. Do not apply power until grounding and high voltage
connections are complete.
TROUBLESHOOTING AND MAINTENANCE
EXAIR Power Supplies have no user serviceable components. All parts are completely potted inside the power supply
box. There are no internal adjustments. There is no maintenance required.
If the static eliminator is not functioning properly, turn the power supply off and check that the high voltage and
ground connections are secure. Check the ionizer to insure that the point(s) are not contaminated with dirt or shorted.
With all connections properly made and the power supply “on”, there is a slight vibration that can be felt on the cable
of the static eliminator. To check for ionization, use of a static meter (Model 7905) is required. Measure the static
charge on the surface of some material. Pass the ionizer over the material. Measure the static charge on the material. If
the charge is lower than the original measurement, the ionizer and power supply are working. If there is no change,
contact the factory.
It is recommended that only qualified service personnel perform tests on this high voltage power supply or hazardous
shock could result.
If there are further questions regarding the
operation of the power supply or static eliminator
equipment or if you have any questions or problems,
please contact:
Vivek Engineers
22, 1st Floor, 1st Cross, Adj. IIMB Compound,
Bilekahalli Industrial Area, Bannerghatta Road,
Bangalore-560 076, India.
T : 00 91 80 3297 0358
T/F : 00 91 80 4217 6243
sales@vivekengineers.net
Power supplies are UL Listed to
U.S. and Canadian safety
standards. There are no user
serviceable parts inside.
Power Supplies meet the
requirements of applicable
European Directive(s).
©2008 EXAIR Corporation
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