The unique structure employs an LTCC* board as a particle generator, which integrates the discharge and dielectric electrodes. This ensures stable ozone generation. The electrodes integrated in the LTCC substrate are protected against discharges, ensuring a long service life.
Most suitable for combination with the generator, the newly developed high-voltage drive power supply allows electric power to be supplied precisely as needed for discharges, ensuring efficient ozone generation.
Intermittent operation can be controlled by remote signals without switching the input voltage on and off. Consequently, ozone emissions can be adjusted flexibly.
To ensure safety, the high-voltage drive power supply has an overcurrent protection circuit which detects a fault and shuts off the power, and also an output monitoring terminal.
The discharge element is housed in a case of size 14.2 x 31.5 x 17 mm, the industry’s smallest.
In addition, the ozone generator section is separated from the drive power supply, offering customers a high degree of freedom in installing the ozone generator module in their equipment.
* LTCC (low temperature co-fired ceramics):
Unlike conventional electronic ceramics that is fired at high temperatures above 1,500°C, LTCC is fired at low temperatures below 1,000°C. This makes it possible to use internal wiring made of silver and copper, conductors with low electrical resistance.