Testing a completed 6 Quart Vibrato Ultrasonic Cleaner.
Wired, Tuned and Testing! Every board, transducer and tank goes thru our testing procedure to assure reliability and optimum function. Order on our Tindie webstore! tindie.com/stores/vibratollc #vibrato #ultrasonic #cleaner #tindie
Installation and wiring of Vibrato circuit boards in the Ultrasonic Cleaner
Circuit boards completed and tested.
Ultrasonic Transducer assembly's in production. Gearing up for our re-introduction of the 6 Quart Vibrato Ultrasonic Cleaner, coming January
Close up of the tapped hole and the allen screw on the aluminum bar.
In-house, custom wound Vibrato output Transformers that go on our Ultrasonic Generators. These generate high-voltage, high frequency pulses that drive the Transducers.
Wiring everything together : ultrasonic generators, power supply, control board, heater, sensor and transducers.
Transducer bonded to the stainless steel tank. Wires are secured with silicone to prevent the ultrasonic vibration from breaking the connection.
Airborne water droplet during cavitation.
Every Vibrato Ultrasonic Generator circuit is tested and tuned to the unique frequency of each transducers!
Successful testing of the new Transducer Mount for the heavier transducers, and also new versions of the Vibrato Ultrasonic Generators that can be tuned to higher frequency's (from up to without running hot!
This is a square-wave that drives the output. It's frequency is 59.7khz. Every transducer is driven by one board that is tuned to that transducers' resonant frequency. Every transducer is different, even if by a fraction, and if the frequency of the driver board is off a tiny bit, the power output is greatly diminished. We test every board, and tune it for maximum output for every transducer!
After the Vibrato Ultrasonic Cleaning, the leads are clipped short. Notice how clean, shiny, and perfect the solder joints are! A thing of beauty!
All the component leads are soldered after dipping in solder. Now it goes into a Vibrato Ultrasonic Cleaner to remove the solder flux!
Circuit board being dipped in molten solder! This method speeds production, allowing the entire circuit board to be soldered at once!