ACD incision monitoring – useful in more ways than one
The electronic ACD (Automatic Conductor Detector) detects and indicates even the slightest contact between the blade and the conductor. The function can be activated for quality assurance purposes during incision or pulling-off. The user specifies whether defective wires that need to be rejected should be cut, or if the gripper release needs to be manually confirmed. The Mira 230 Q also uses ACD technology for automatic adjustment. The blade incision values are modified based on the measured conductor diameter.
High cutting and stripping forces
Thanks to its robust and sturdy construction, the Mira 230 Q has an extraordinary processing range (0.03 – 8 mm², AWG 32 – 8). With a high stripping force, it can process wires with hard insulation. It has special capabilities that go beyond stripping and shortening/trimming, allowing it to handle the most demanding tasks.
Multi-conductor processing in a single work operation
Its unique ability to sequence makes the Mira 230 Q the first pick for processing multi-conductor cables. In consecutive steps, it strips and cuts the inner conductors with a variety of parameters and without a program change. Every cable and every sequence can be stored for reproduction at any time.