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Snubber Terminals
Eliminate Disruptive & Damaging Spikes

 

 

ST100, ST200, ST300 And Non-Snubbed Terminals

 

 

 

 

IDX Snubber Terminals were designed to clamp and absorb voltage spiking above 39 Volts that occurs as electrical circuits with magnetic windings, such as motors, contactors and solenoids are disconnected from power. The spikes that occur can disrupt the operation of, or even damage  electronic controls such as timers, acceptors, displays etc. The most common voltage spikes are generated as a service is turned off when the bay rotary switch is turned from service "A" to service "B" etc. The solenoids, starters, and any type of inductive device will generate voltage spikes on the 24VAC power supplies that power other electronic components. These spikes can generate false coin counts (EXTRA TIME); can cause the acceptors to miss coins (LOST TIME); can cause the timer to latch on (FREE TIME); can cause configuration memory to be changed (IMPROPER OPERATION); or, the spike can break down and fry the electronic components on the inputs, outputs, or power supplies of this equipment.. All of these cost the car wash owner money and customers dissatisfaction with the equipment. For additional technical information on inductive voltage spikes and their characteristics, see IDX Application Note #101 by clicking this link.


  FEATURES:
Eliminates Voltage Spikes Commonly Found in  Car Wash Systems
Reduces Customer Dissatisfaction with Equipment Problems
Reduces Down Time Caused By Equipment Malfunction
Replaces Standard Terminal Blocks Used in Equipment
Can Place Two Connections Under Each Terminal
Grounding Jumper Wire To Enclosure
Heavy Duty Construction


Model Numbers:

Terminal Strips With Snubbers

ST100: 12 lug terminal strip with 8 snubbers.
ST200: 14 lug terminal strip with 8 snubbers.
ST300: 16 lug terminal strip with 10 snubbers.

Individual Snubber Parts
ST39: single snubber for 24VAC
ST1.0: 1uF 250VAC / 4.7W snubber
ST500: 130VAC (200VDC) MOV snubber
ST510: 250VAC (390VDC) MOV snubber

 

 

Terminal Strips Without Snubbers
MB199-26: 12 lug 30A terminal strip
MB199-27: 14 lug 30A terminal strip
MB199-28: 16 lug 30A terminal strip

 

 


Example Wiring With Coin Acceptor And Timer