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Voltage Generator (Electron-Wave Water Treatment Unit)
Instruction Manual

1.Product name Electron-Wave Water Treatment Unit (photo)
2.Model ME-5200-B
3.Standard configuration (1)ME-5200-B
(2)Output (electrode) cords
(3)Power cord
(4)Electron-wave receiving cord
4.Specifications Input voltage:100 Va-c +/-10%, single phase, 50/60Hz
Input current:100mA max.
Outside dimensions:179(W) x 240(D) x 82(H)mm
Weight:3.1kg(main body only)
Working temperature:-10 to +40 degrees C
Working humidity:80%max(non-condensing)
-1. Installation
The voltage generator is a high-precision unit. Store it in a dust- and water-proof box and install the box in a room out of direct sunlight.
-2.Connection (1)Electron-wave receiving cord
Connect the receiving cord to the GND terminal (green) on the generator body. To connect the other end of the cord, grind the processing object until the base metal is revealed. The ME-5200-B does not properly function in case of improper connection. The electron waves are absorbed into the equipment, pipe, water, etc., to which the receiving cord conducts. The connection of the receiving cord should be on a metal near the processing object (e.g., heat exchanger).

(2)Output (electrode) cords
On the generator body, connect the white lead wire of th output cord to the output-1 terminal (red) and the black lead wire to the output-1 terminal (black). In the same manner, connect the second output cord to the output-2 terminal.

(3)Power cord
Connect the power cord to the power receptacle on he generator body.
-3.Operation (1)Being certain that the power switch on the generator body is turned off, insert the power cord plug into a 100 Va-c receptacle outlet.

(2)Flip on the power switch. The five lamps should light up: power, receiving, output-1, output-2, and inspection port.
-4.Inspection For daily inspection, verify that the output-1 and output-2 lamps are lit.
6.Installing the electrodes The electron waves emit mostly from the stainless steel electrodes at the ends of the output cords (each 10 meters long), but also from the cords themselves. Use the 10-meter length for cabling.
Do not put the electrodes in contact with the processing object because they are transmitters.
For use on conduits, the ME-5200-B comes with electrode fixing accessories: pipe-end protection caps of 31-mm diameter, and vinyl electrode insulators.

(1)For equipment such as freezer

Install the electrodes about 50 cm above the equipment, one at the right end and the other at the left end of the equipment. The space between the electrodes are most intensely activated. For best performance, the electrodes should be near to the equipment, but not so near as to receive the heat and vibration of the equipment.
Usually the electron-wave receiving cord should be connected to the equipment body, or to a cooling-water pipe flange on the equipment side by bolting its terminal.

(2)For piping only

Wind the two output (electrode) cords spirally in opposite directions around, but not in contact with, the pipe. Connect the electron-wave receiving cord to a pipe flange by bolting its terminal. If a flange is not available, bind the receiving cord to the pipe by winding a wire (an iron wire around an iron pipe, or a copper wire around a copper pipe), and then verify conduction to the pipe.

(3)For large water tank

With the output (electrode) cords extended as wide apart as possible, fix both electrodes about a meter above the water surface by waterproofing them.
Connect the electron-wave receiving cord (by bolting its terminal) to a flange of an appropriate item (e.g., suction tube) which is conductive to the reinforcing steel of the tank and installed in the water.

(4)For airtight cooling tower

Fix both electrodes as wide apart as possible in the space under the cooling-tower water tank, by laying the output (electrode) cords around the tank. Make sure that the generator body is housed in a completely dust- and water-proofed window box and installed in a room out of direct sunlight.
Connect the electron-wave receiving cord to a coil-side cooling water pipe by bolting its terminal. If the coil and cooling water pipe are insulated, wind a copper wire about three turns around the coil (do this at two locations per system), verify conduction, and connect the receiving cord.

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