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UniStrip 2300

Stripping Machine

Overview

The UniStrip 2300 programmable stripping machine strips wires ranging in size from 0.03 – 8 mm² (32 – 8 AWG) and jacketed cables up to 5.5 mm (0.22") in diameter. This innovative machine does not require any mechanical adjustments to process different wire sizes.

  • SmartDetect – Option for Quality Assurance
  • No mechanical adjustments required when changing wire sizes
  • Touchscreen user interface with intuitive simple programming
  • Very sensitive trigger sensor – works great for small, flexible wires
  • Can strip inner conductors of jacketed cables with short break out length
  • Preprogrammed cable library
  • Barcode scanning function
  • Wire list processing

Application Range

The Schleuniger UniStrip 2300 strips wires ranging in size from 0.03 – 8 mm² (32 – 8 AWG) and jacketed cables up to 5.5 mm (0.22") in diameter. This innovative machine does not require any mechanical adjustments to process different wire sizes. Using the color touchscreen, the operator selects the desired wire size from the preprogrammed library and all parameters (cutting diameter, clamping pressure, blade way back, etc.) are automatically set. The operator edits the stripping and pull-off lengths as required and the machine is ready for operation. The UniStrip 2300 begins the stripping process when the wire end touches the trigger sensor. The wire is automatically clamped and the stripping process is performed according to the programmed values. If desired, the program can be saved to internal memory for future use.

Material

  • Cable
  • Discrete Wire
  • Kapton
  • Multi-conductor Cable
  • PUR
  • PVC
  • Rubber
  • Single Conductor Cable
  • Solid Wire
  • Stranded Wire
  • Teflon®
  • Tefzel®
  • Wire

Processing Capabilities

Discrete wire processing
Full strip
Multi-conductor cable processing
Multi-step stripping
Partial strip

Technical Data

Conductor Cross-Section

0.03 – 8 mm² (32 – 8 AWG)*

Raw Material Diameter

Maximum 5.5 mm (0.22")

Diameter Increments

0.01 mm (0.001")

Strip Length

Minimum 1.5 mm (0.06")
Maximum 46 mm (1.81")
Stripping length plus pull-off length must be max. 53.4 mm (2.1")

Pull-Off Length

Maximum 26 mm (1.02")
Stripping length plus pull-off length must be ≤ 53.4 mm (2.1")

Strip Length Increment

0.1 mm (0.01")

Cycle Time

0.35 s (0.75 mm² (18 AWG) wire, stripping length 10 mm (0.39"), pull-off length 5 mm (0.19"))

Cycle Start

Automatic trigger sensor or optional foot pedal

Raw Material Type

PVC, PUR, rubber, Teflon, Tefzel, Kapton, etc.

Clamping

Programmable clamping force

Memory Capacity

1,000 wires or cables (memory function only with "extended wire")
100 wire lists / maximum 40 wires

Interfaces

Foot pedal, USB "Host"

Options

SmartDetect, Foot pedal, thin clamping jaws

Noise Level

<70 dB (A)

Power Supply

100 / 115 VAC, 230 / 240 VAC, 65 W / 50/60 Hz

Dimensions (L x W x H)

390 x 130 x 280 mm (15.3" x 5.1" x 11.0")

Weight

10 kg (22 Ibs.)

CE-Conformity

The UniStrip 2300 fully complies with all CE and EMC equipment guidelines relative to mechanical and electrical safety and electromagnetic compatibility.

Important Note

Schleuniger recommends that wire samples be submitted in cases where there is doubt as to the processing capabilities of a particular machine. *Wires with hard insulations or those that are tightly bonded might not be able to be processed even if they are within the application range stated above. For cross sections larger than 6 mm² (10 AWG), sample processing is required.

More Info

Features

  • Intuitive color touchscreen user interface
  • Can strip inner conductors of jacketed cables with short break out lengths
  • No mechanical adjustments required when changing wire sizes
  • Very sensitive trigger sensor – works great for small, flexible wires
  • Operator has clear view of the entire working area
  • Barcode scanning function

Programmable Processing Parameters

  • Pull-off speed
  • Stripping lengths partial strip
  • Stripping lengths full strip
  • Extra spin time of the stripping head
  • Stripping diameter
  • Stripping position
  • Wayback (opens blades slightly before pulling off)
  • Feed rate of the stripping blades
  • Cable clamping force