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Environmental requirements for computerized sewing machines

Environmental requirements for computerized sewing machines

For enterprises such as clothing, home textiles and luggage, it is necessary to understandComputerized sewing machineA reasonable working environment can prolong the service life of the sewing machine. The working environment here mainly refers to the physical environment and the electrical environment. The physical environment includes temperature, humidity, smoke pollution, and vibration impact, etc.; and the electrical environment mainly refers to static electricity, wire noise, and radio frequency interference. If we neglect environmental pollution while using the computerized sewing machine, the machine system will malfunction and cannot work normally. In this regard, let's briefly understand the environmental requirements of computerized sewing machines.


First, temperature and humidity. In fact, the computerized sewing machine does not have high requirements for the temperature and humidity of the working environment, as long as the operator feels comfortable. The temperature is generally between 0°C and 50°C, and the relative humidity is generally between 30% and 70%. When the temperature is too low, some parts of the computerized sewing machine may not operate normally, which may cause the machine to fail to work normally; when the temperature is too high, the computer will have difficulty dissipating heat, and the components will overheat, causing some error instructions or actions. The relative humidity will vary from region to region. If the air is too dry, it will easily cause static electricity to accumulate, burn the integrated circuits of the computerized sewing machine, and cause the machine to be scrapped. If the air is too humid, it will cause oxidation and corrosion of the internal parts of the computer, resulting in poor contact or short circuit.

Secondly, the computerized sewing machine has certain requirements for ventilation and dust prevention. The computer should be placed in a well-ventilated place as much as possible, which is conducive to heat dissipation. In addition, in order to ensure the normal operation of the machine, we must also configure dust-proof equipment such as vacuum cleaners, slippers and cover hoods.

In addition, in the process of using the computerized sewing machine, we must pay attention to the power grid load. Because when the power grid has heavy loads such as motors, fluctuations or spikes in the power supply voltage or support voltage will occur, commonly known as surge voltage, and the surge voltage will cause a certain degree of harm to the computer, so we must pay attention to the computer stitching The power grid directly connected to the sewing machine does not have a large load. In addition, the computer host must be grounded to avoid leakage and at the same time shield radio frequency interference.