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Component Delivery Solutions and Accessories for CS-400E Cut and Clinch Insertion Machine


The CS-400EV Component Verifier Option is used to test components before insertion.  The unit is capable of detecting an incorrect part at the point of insertion (resistance, capacitance, inductance and diode polarity) and actually halt the Component Locator if the error occured.

The Component verifier consists of the tester, test pads and cable set.

RLC Accuracy:

Power requirements:
90-250 VAC; 50 or 60 Hz; 60W max


In operation, the display on the CS-400E will display the message “Press Footswitch for Manual Test” for each component that is to be tested.  The operator must touch the leads of the components to the test pads mounted directly above the insertion area.  The verifier will then test or “sample” the value of the component.  If the component passes, the CS-400E will turn on its projector lights to indicate the insertion location.  At the same time, the machine “beeps” once to signal the operator that the part has passed.  The component can then be inserted and subsequently cut and clinched by pressing the footswitch again.

verifier setup

verifier pad

The operator touches the leads of the component to the test pads mounted directly above the insertion area.


Verifier Screen PrintThe Verifier is an add-on to CS-400E Component Locator, and designed to be programmed and operated through the use of the keyboard on the CS-400E Component Locator.

The Verifier listed as an option in CS-400E software and can be added during system configuration.

The green tag on the print screen shows that the Component Verifier is on. Orientation, polarity, lead spacing, inward or outward clinch direction for each component also are displayed on the screen.


User Options

The user has the option to test any or all components of a component group.  With a simple keyboard command the verifier can be turned off so that no components are tested.  With this flexibility the user can do 100% inspection of applicable components, a subset of those components, or simply test the first component of each group on the first board to verify the correct parts are in the correct bin locations before running a job.

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