Details about Axminster Auto-extract control unit for 240v dust extractorSee original listing
10 Aug, 2014 20:03:12 BST
[ 9 bids ]
Wellington, United Kingdom
Used: An item that has been previously used. The item may have some signs of cosmetic wear, but is fully ... Read moreabout the condition
This auction is for an Axminster Auto-extract control unit for a 240v dust extraction system.
Enables automation of dust extraction systems.
Sensors attached to each motor that detect the magnetic field generated when a machine is switched on.
Can connect up to five machines as standard.
Auto-Expand units allow expansion.
Additional accessories available.
This controller enables automation of your dust extraction system, giving more convenient working and saving both electricity and heat (when venting externally). Sensors are attached to each motor and then connected into the controller. The sensors detect the magnetic field generated when a machine's motor is switched on and the dust extractor is then automatically started.
The controller can connect up to five machines but, by adding Auto-Expand units, any number of machines can be added. Each Auto-Expand unit will accommodate an additional five motors. The Auto-Extract controller is available in 230V 1ph 13A or 16A. These units operate the extractor directly, you will need to bypass the original switch system. Sensors are available separately, depending on the length of cable required. Additional accessories include a Sensor Switch which allows a machine sensor to be disabled when dust extraction is not always required on a particular machine. Made in Axminster with UK sourced components.
Very little use. Reason for sale is I'm upgrading to a three phase extractor.
1 x unused 3 metre sensor cable.
1 x 6 metre sensor cable.
2 x 12 metre sensor cables.
1 x 12 metre sensor cable that's broken.
The broken cable may be able to be soldered back together.
Still available to purchase from Axminster for £199.94 for the unit with no cables. So grab yourself a bargain.
Any questions, please feel free to ask!