Current & Angle Smart Controller SCT-C1

  • Configurable at the fastener level 
  • Track/Store all fastener information
  • Supports automation processes 
SKU: SCT-C1 Category:

Combining the SUMAKE SCT-series Screwdriver with the SCT-C1 Current & Angle Smart Controller empowers operators to monitor tightening progress, configure various tightening parameters (torque/angle/time), and transfer data through diverse channels. Users can seamlessly switch between multiple customizable programs to accomplish different tightening tasks. The unit is effortlessly set up and operable from either the panel or a PC.

Upon inputting a fastener’s profile, users can link it to a specific job, enabling comprehensive control over the tightening process. For instance:

  1. Final Torque Control: The driver halts at a predetermined torque level and provides feedback for verification and future reference.
  2. Complete Rundown Control: The system drives down to a specified torque, then reverses a set number of turns.
  3. Screw Counting: Associates a specific number of screws with an assembly job and confirms insertion before advancing to the next manufacturing stage.
  4. Part Association: Facilitates fastening data tracking at the assembly part level.
  5. Remote Control: Enables remote management of the fastening process via a computer or PLC, ideal for robot automation.
  6. Locking Feature: Prevents operators from altering settings, ensuring consistency.

Common Applications:

  1. Electronics Assembly: Current control screwdrivers are commonly used in the assembly of electronic devices and components where precise torque control is essential to avoid damage to delicate parts.

  2. Automotive Industry: These screwdrivers find applications in automotive manufacturing for assembling components with specific torque requirements, such as engine parts and interior trim.

  3. Aerospace Industry: In the aerospace industry, where precision and reliability are paramount, current control screwdrivers are used in the assembly of aircraft components.

  4. Medical Devices: They are also utilized in the assembly of medical devices and equipment where consistent torque levels are critical for ensuring the safety and functionality of the products.

In summary, a current control screwdriver is a precision tool designed to apply specific torque levels during the fastening of screws. It offers precise control, reliability, and versatility, making it indispensable in various industries where accurate torque application is crucial.

  • Current Control and Angle Control
  • Supports up to  15 jobs, 15 job sequences and various tightening steps
  • Able to connect to PC/PLC through RS232, ethernet or external Wi-Fi module
  • Full traceability of defects and process visibility
  • Full control and monitoring of the entire screw rundown process
  • Provided with free software and communication protocol (ASCII Code) for quick set up
  • Configurable at the fastener level 
  • Track/Store all fastener information
  • Supports automation processes

  • Input Voltage: AC 115/230V 50/60Hz, 6.3A
  • Output Voltage: 40V d.c. Max 9A/360W
  • Function Period: 1.5 s ON / 4.5 s OFF
  • Accuracy: +/- 5%
  • Control Panel: Button Type (100mm(L) x 37mm(H) Screen)
  • Dimensions: 9.5 in (L) x 7 (W) x 5 (H)
  • Weight: 8.16 lbs
  • Detection Torque Value: 0.3 - 7 nm
  • Communication Protocol: ASCII Code
  • External Connection Input Signals: Start, Reverse, Disable, Confirm, Clear Screw Count, Gate, Sequence Cleared
  • Eternal Connection Output Signals: OK, NG, OK ALL, Start, Reverse
  • Serial Interface: RS-232 x 1, Micro SD, LAN

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