HAUG Charging Triodes Power Supply Is From TR 150 Charging Generator

HAUG charging triodes are characterized by a very homogenous field around the charging pins. Due to the special geometry of the charging triode, no spark-over to the counter-electrode can occur. The charging triode can therefore be mounted at a distance of approx. 10–30 mm from the material to be charged. The supply to the charging triodes is from the charging generator TR 150 which is available with either positive or negative polarity.

The direct voltage output of the charging generator can be set steplessly, and a remote option is also available. The charging triode ensures a high charging performance even with very low direct voltage outputs and therefore ensures very good fixation. Due to their simple design incorporating magnetic clamps, the charging pins can be replaced very easily when worn. The charging triode is connected by means of a shielded high-voltage cable with plug-and-socket connector.

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150_01 1. Positive or negative voltage ag150-a
2. Electrical field
3. Insulator (e.g. film)
4. Counter-electrode
(e.g. grounded metal plate)

HAUG-Charging Systems

HAUG charging systems are designed to apply electrostatic charges without physical contact. These systems can be used for any application where different materials are to be pinned together electrostatically. At least, one of these materials must be non-conductive. The electrostatic pinning serves to enhance subsequent processes, such as film/foil overlapping in packaging machines.

Electrostatic charges are applied using charging bars, electrodes or triodes which are supplied with positive or negative high-voltage from a steplessly adjustable charging generator. In order to charge two-dimensional or partial areas, bar-shaped electrodes or triodes are used. A resistance-coupled version for special requirements is also available.


HAUG charging systems can be used, among others, in the following applications:

  • for fixing and positioning films and foils, paper and cardboard, e.g. on steel sheets, glass panels, wood panels or similar;
  • in the production of CDs to reinforce adhesion
  • for blocking film and paper stacks
  • for IML technology

In order to ensure a continuous, reliable charging process, we strongly recommend discharging the materials to be bonded to each other using a suitable HAUG ionization system before charging.

Technical Data_table el_class=”tech_table text_left”]
Dimensions approx. 270 x 170 x 150 mm (B x H x T)
Protection Type IP 30
Protection class I
Supply voltage 115 VAC / 230 VAC (50 – 60 Hz)
HV-terminals 1 (AG)
Power consumption 30 VA
Output voltage Umax = 15 kV ± 10%
Output voltage (lmax) = 300 µA ± 15%
Signaling contacts monitoring Contact rating 
max. 24 VAC / 35 VDC, max. 50 mA
Pulse frequency via pulse input max. 1 Hz (max. 106 Zyklen)
Recovery time after overload switch-off < 10 s
Operating temperature +5 °C to +45 °C
Storage/transport temperature -15 °C to +60 °C
Weight 7 kg
Mains cable 2,6 m; fixed to the device

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Overcurrent Remote control Pulsing Reset Monitor-
A voltage
and current
switch-off none floating normally
open contact
floating normally
open contact
0 – 10 V
S none switch-off 0 – 10 V 24 VDC 24 VDC 0 – 10 V
P none switch-off 4 – 20 mA floating normally
open contact
floating normally
open contact
4 – 20 mA
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