MAESTRO 5L PCB separator

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MAESTRO 5L with base frame is used most economically whenever large numbers of pre-scored PCBs need to be separated. The well-arranged control panel ensures easy operation.
Machine with base frame – adjustable in height for optimal modification of each application.
PCB panels with maximum width of 310 mm can be separated by up to 11 pairs of circular blades simultaneously. Configuration of the blades is adjusted to your individual PCB also the cover and the guide.
Sensors are used to monitor the separating process. The PCBs are placed either by hand or they feed automatically by a loading station. The machine can also be installed in an assembling line. The SMEMA interface is the standard connection for use.
New: every machine is automatically prepared for dust extraction and with cleaning brushes for rear-end conveyor.
PCB panels wider than 310 mm machine on request..

Technical dataMaestro 5L
Separation typeComponent side: circular blade
Solder side: circular blade
Separation speed100 – 220 mm/s in 10 steps
Length of PCB panelwith light barrier activated: 100 – 570 mm
with light barrier de-activated: > 2000 mm
Width of PCB panelsmax. 310 mm
Width off-cutmin. 3 mm
Height of componentsComponent side: max. 30 mm
Solder side: max. 10 mm
Number of circular bladesmax. 11 on each shaft
Width of PCBs10 – 300 mm
DisplaySeparation speed
Separated lenght or numbers of PCB panels
KeysStart, stop, reverse
Setting of separated speed
MonitoringDetection of separation lenght
Accumulation in front of and behind the blades
Stop the end of the conveyor belt
InterfacesRemote start/stop
SMEMA (round 14 pins)
Mains voltage240 VAC 50  Hz
110 VAC 60  Hz
Temperature / Humidity   Operation
Temperatur / Luftfeuchte  Storage
Temperatur / Luftfeuchte  Transport
 +5 – 40° C / 10 – 85 % non-condensing
+0 – 60° C / 20 – 80 % non-condensing
-25 – 60° C / 20 – 80 % non-condensing
Weight63 kg
Dimensions    Height
Maß           e Width
Maß           e Depth
750 – 1000 mm
440 mm
1100 mm
ApprovalsCE, FCC class A


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