In contrast to previous low-frequency DC method, the high-frequency AC method generates positive ions and negative ions more efficiently and thus it creates a stable environment with high ion density. This means that a stable ion balance and excellent charge removal performance can be provided regardless of the setting distance.
A high-frequency 68,000 Hz AC corona discharge is used, so that positive ions and negative ions are emitted in rapid alternation. Because there are none of the sudden ion discharges that occur with other types, there is no tendency to partial oppositely-charging even when charge removal insulators with different localized charges, so that any damage to electronic devices can be avoided.
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