Introducing the V. 1.5 Annie Induction Annealer!
This heater was specifically designed to anneal brass rifle cartridges in preparation for reloading. With over 1200W of induction heating capacity, most cartridges will anneal in about 2 seconds.
The Annie V.1.5 now includes the Recirculator/ Heat Exchanger! The radiator is mounted on the rear of the unit, using the same 80mm fan that cools the electronics. The only external part is the pump and the reservoir. The pump is powered by the internal 12V 2A power supply, through the front panel connector. Cable included. You may elect to use a 12V wall adapter, in case you need the internal power for the relay-outs.
The integrated digital timer is precise to 0.1 seconds. This is important because the the speed of the Annie anneal cycle is very fast, and tenths of a second can make a huge difference.
We are now offering a choice between ‘Simple Single Segment’ and ‘Advanced Quartic’. If all you plan to do is manually anneal cases, select the Simple timer. However, if you want to play with some automation schemes, the Advanced Quartic timer will give you four timing segments:
Segment 1: Delay only. Nothing happens for this duration.
Segment 2: pins 5 and 6 close, energizing the first 12V relay-out for this set duration.
Segment 3: Induction heat on time
Segment 4: pins 5 and 2 close, energizing a second 12V relay-out for this set duration
A 100ms 5V pulse will present to pin 1 (pin 4 ground). this timing segment cannot be changed. Most users will simply ignore this feature.
The relay outs are 12VDC, 1.5A rated. You can power a small linear solenoid to open a trap door, etc., or run a small gear motor, or as an intermediate means of activating a larger capacity external relay.
If you are not sure, you can order the Quartic timer and just set the unused segments to .1 seconds. Or, you can always upgrade the firmware at a later date from simple to quartic–the hardware is present on both versions. You’ll find us easy to work with when it comes to service.
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