Promation Turning Station

Promation Turning Station {ID: 6298}

Status: Sold
DOM: 08/2013
Condition: Superior to inline with its age
Quantity: 1
Transfer Direction: Either
Belt Sections: 1
Max PCB Width: 18"
Length : 37"

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Product installation requirements:

Facilities: 110V

Product Terms:

This unit is located in the CEE facility in the Chicago area. A CEE technician will demonstrate the unit fully functional either live or by video for your acceptance.  Availability is subject to prior sale.


Model: ETC-700

The Promation turn station may be used to transfer PCBs around a corner for continuous flow in production.  Each system provides an intelligent pathway between machines / processes via SMEMA interface and uses PLC timers to track PCB progress.  Systems are built for CW, CCW, Junction, and pass/fail sort configurations.  A hand crank is used to adjust rail width.  Roller wheels and leveling feet allow for quick integration into the line.

  • Programmable Logic Controller.
  • Single drive configuration (shuttle and turn movement).
  • Transport speed (180mm/sec) fixed.
  • Dual E-Stops and master On / Off switch.
  • Retractable hand crank for width adjustment.
  • Clock-wise, counter clock-wise, and sort configurations available.
  • Conforms to SMEMA spec. 1.2 / NFPA 79
  • “Left to right” process flow – front fixed rail (standard).
  • ESD grounding receptacle & audible alarm.
  • Roller wheels allowing for easy movement and rubber bottom leveling feet.



Information is provided for your convenience as our good faith estimate for this equipment. CEE does not warrant the accuracy of this information due to the nature of used equipment. Used equipment can be customized, altered, or simply worn beyond the capability to perform to original specifications. If certain details are critical for your application, we highly recommend testing the machines performance on that criteria. Please notify your CEE sales representative prior to purchase and we will propose solutions for your concerns. CEE's goal is always to minimize your risk.