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There is shown and described a ground clip for solving the problem of electrostatic discharge from an acoustic chamber to the printer frame resulting in machine failure.
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Static Charge Ground Clip
There is shown and described a ground clip for solving the problem of
electrostatic discharge from an acoustic chamber to the printer frame resulting in
In the figure, ground clip 2 provides a low level ground path for the
electrostatic charge. In end plug 4 is a molded nylon part provided to isolate the
anodized aluminum acoustic chamber 6. The charge to be dissipated is
generated by paper sliding over the chamber surface during normal print and
index operations. In its most acute form, the problem occurs when full width
paper is used.
Ground clip 2 provides contact to the acoustic chamber 6 by piercing the
anodized finish. The barbed fingers on clip 2 serve this function, eliminating the
need for prior surface preparation to remove the anodized layer. The need for
other, separate attaching means is obviated by the clip design.
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