OmniCure LX500 LED Spot UV Curing System Controller

The OmniCure® LX500 LED Spot UV curing system controller has been uniquely designed with proprietary Intelli-Lamp® technology that monitors LED head temperature and lifetime data, as well as automatically maintains optical stability ± 5% to provide greater degree of process assurance for your application. Available in either 2 or 4 channel configurations, the OmniCure LX500 is the most flexible and cost-effective option for industrial manufacturing.

 Technical Specification

 UV LED Heads

 1 to 4 individual &   interchangeable to any   channel.

 2.4 ” Full   Color Displays

 Main Control, Input   Configurations,  System Maintenance,     LED Information, Calibration, Mirco SD   Log Information.

 Mode Control

 4 Way membrane control for system   display and programming.

 Timer

 Countdown Mode: Range   programmable from 999.9s to 0.1s, in   0.1s intervals.

 Count Up Mode: User control timing   via the front panel or foot pedals.

 Intensity Level

 5-100% (with 1% increments)

 Start/Stop

 Control start or stop of the LED   emission.

 Power On/Off

 Separate power on/off controller.

 Alarms

 Alarm icon will appear on screen in the   event of an error or fault.

 Controller   Dimensions

 (H) 5.5”, (W) 3.5″, (D) 5.5″

 External   Control   Description

 Via optional foot pedal, PLC, or PC   through USB communication.

 Operating Conditions

 Operating   Voltage

 Controller Supply Input: 12 VDC Input   to AC adaptor: 100-120 VAC or 200-   240 VAC (+/-10%) & 50/60 Hz.

 Power   Consumption

 72 W max at 120 VAC

 104 W max at 240 VAC (with 4 UV   LED heads in operation)

 Ambient   Temperature/   Humidity   Range

 5° to 35°C, 85% max. (no   condensation)

 Storage   Temperature/   Humidity   Range

 -10° to 60°C, 85% max. (no   condensation)

 Certifications &   Safety   Standards

 RoHS compliant and meets CE   requirements

 Warranty

 1 year

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