Scorpion Solid‐State Electronic Large Capacity Blasting Unit
MSHA Acceptance No.: MSHA‐LCBU‐1
|445 VDC @ 35.0Joules
|Short delay Electric Blasting Caps connected in a single series circuit having not more than 140 ohms resistance connected in not more than 6 resistance balanced parallel circuits, each branch of which has not more than 140 Ohms resistance. The resistance of the lead line cable between the firing unit and the electric blasting caps not to exceed 3 ohms.
|4.5 to 8mS (Avg 6mS )
|Locked out unless full charge is available
|High visibility Neon
|Binding Posts shunted internally
|When ‘Charge’ switch is released unit is returned to stand-by condition
|6″wide x 2″thick x 9″high (15.2cmx 5cmx 22.8cm)
|36 oz w /batteries (1.02kg)
|Brass, Nylon, Stainless Steel
|4 Replaceable D cells (HD alkaline recommended )
|~150 Charge/Fire Cycles typical
|EIT’s quick -connect HD Output Binding Posts
|Lifetime warranty against manufacturing defects
Scorpion devices are built with the highest quality electronics and components so you can count on them to work in even the most unforgiving environments. Engineered for long life, Scorpion devices continue to provide reliable performance for decades in the field where other manufacturers break down after only months.
Scorpion units are designed with a waterproof battery compartment for quick and easy replacement. No need to remove screws and, as with competitors machines, expose the wiring and internal components just to change the batteries. EIT developed the one step on and off compartment cover to let you replace a battery anywhere- no tools required.