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UNITS

C5

C5

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SUPPLEMENTARY PORTS

ELECTRICAL CONNECTION

PANEL MOUNTING

SOFT START VALVE

In addition to the main outlet, there are three supplementary air ports

with a 1/4” thread.

one for filtered non-regulated air (A) for use, for example,

with a compressed air gun.

two for filtered regulated air (B).

The unit comes complete with supplementary plugged ports for use

with A7 fittings.

ONE can be mounted inside the guard of the machine leaving only

the front visible. This is a considerable advantage in terms of functionality

and aesthetics as the user interface is entirely at the front.

Among the accessories to be ordered separately, there is the kit

of brackets for panel mounting.

A standard five-pin M12x1 connector, with IP67

protection is used for the opening solenoid

valve and the pressure switch.

One cable only is required, thus improving

reliability and reducing wiring times.

The soft start valve is an absolutely innovative feature among the functions provided by ONE.

Soft start valve available from the trade are generally based on the principle of leaving

the passage of a small amount of air until the downstream pressure reaches a set value,

and then opening the passage fully. In this way, the rate at which the pressure increases depends

on the flow rate of the utilities, which often feature a continuous flow rate, for example a blow,

and thus the starter can hardly activate. The solution offered by One is such that the pressure

increases gradually and it is independent of the flow rate of the utilities. Pressure increase can

be regulated precisely via the knob at the front.

Another piece of news, among the several possible configurations you can have the soft start valve

operated by the manual V3V

Conventional unit

Pressure

ON

Time

Regulation for:

does not change with flow rate!

Initial regulation

of conventional unit

Low flow rate: activation

too abrupt

High flow rate: activation

too slow

Even higher flow rate: never

cuts in!

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