180 degree rotating head for flexible measurement
Sensor head adopts a floating structure that rotates 180 degrees. Not only does this make for easy measurement in narrow places, it offers improved shock resistance, as any shock from a drop will not transmit directly to the sensor.
Easy handling and operation
Main body features an ergonomic design with a comfortable, easy-tohold shape.
Laser pointer to find the reference distance
Dual laser pointers make it simple to identify the optimal measuring distance for high precision measurement.
Large, easy-to-read liquid crystal display
A large, highly visible liquid crystal display makes it easy for users to read measurement results on the spot.
The SK-H050 features a charge monitor function that measures static elimination speed and ion balance, both of which indicate an ioniser’s static elimination capability. This allows users to conveniently measure their ioniser’s static elimination capability.
* An ioniser monitoring unit SK-H055, sold separately, is required.
Up to 100 sets of measurement data can be stored in the SK-H050’s internal memory. The stored data can be transferred to a computer via a USB cable and saved as CSV data.
* PC software can be downloaded free of charge from our website.
By measuring the static charge and humidity at the same time, you can more accurately identify whether a particular area is likely to have static-related problems. This helps you consider optimal anti-static measures, including humidification and other static elimination procedures such as installing an ioniser.
Static electricity and humidity are correlated: when humidity exceeds 60% RH, static charge is less likely to accumulate. Even during wintertime, when static charges can build up easily due to colder, drier air, static-related problems can be prevented by maintaining a constant level of humidity around target workpieces.
Since humidity changes with temperature, humidity can vary in a room depending on the location. Temperature is relatively high around manufacturing systems, which tends to produce lower humidity.