MCSD units are easily incorporated into automatic
calibration systems and offer precision operation and high production
rate performance. The MCSD range also fully demagnetises many
permanent magnet with an exponentially decaying sinusoidal waveform.
The MCSD series also has the ability to set or age
magnets. This takes the form of a uni-directional pulse of the
polarity to the magnetisation pulse. This pulse knocks the magnet
along its hysteresis curve. This can either be a fixed energy set
pulse, for artificial aging, or a calibrated set pulse where a
Fluxmeter or Gaussmeter provides feedback to the system.
Their easy to use versatility makes them ideal for
laboratories needing to develop and support permanent magnet based
products. The MCSD range has 2x RS232 ports suitable for SPC data
collection as standard and PLC control.
The MCSD unit is fully microprocessor controlled with
adjustable capacitor voltage from 50 to 3,000v (in 1v steps) with
feedback via a digital voltage display. It utilises non-polarised
capacitors that are discharged into a fixture or coil. The
microprocessor controls the charging and discharging of the machine
ensuring that the charging is managed in a way to reduce the initial
charge current that non-microprocessor systems may not have. The
microprocessor also performs fault monitoring for system protection.
Each MCSD unit is fitted with an internal dump resistor
to discharge the main capacitors in power down or abort mode, ensuring
a safe environment for both operator and machine.