1.) To meet or exceed safety requirements of OSHA as specified in CFR 29 Part 1910.212 and .217 sub part 0. with dual channel CMOS circuitry.
8.) To eliminate the need for a chain brake switch and helps protect the die from damage due to jam-ups. The system will instantly shut off the clutch/brake outputs if the monitor detects a slow down to
below eight strokes per minute.
9.) With auxiliary inputs: Front guard or light screen, footswitch, auxiliary ram stop, air pressure switch, motor control, and single operator station. The new "E" version Main Control Board (June 2002) includes auxiliary PAUSE* and continuous Topstop inputs (interchangeable with earlier versions).
10.) Auxiliary cams available (electronically adjustable by thumbwheel switches inside cabinet).
11.) Production counter available on front panel (automatically bypassed in INCH mode).
12.) With a separate Clutch and Brake Driver using timed delays (up to 300ms) required by Ajax to prevent overlap.
13.) Bearing temperature sensor indication and individual front panel Fault indication.
14.) For many more options including custom designed, front panel indicators, etc.
* The added PAUSE input on the "D" and "E" version 4000 Main Control Boards enhances and simplifies automated operations by providing an easy method of temporarily "pausing" or suspending the press cycle until the input is again opened, whereas the cycle will then resume or start (providing any stop signal has not been previously initiated). Typical uses are on plastic forming presses, long servo feed lengths, and multiple stamping press lines utilizing a number of presses linked (interfaced) together controlled by one operator.