Since non-conductive materials cannot be uncoil by a typical uncoiler, this question must be answered. Currently, 12V DC induction voltage is primarily used by normal uncoilers. The material's surface must be conductive in order for this induction method to accomplish its automatic start and stop action; hence, non-conductive material cannot be uncoiled using a conventional.
Of course, unwinding non-conductive materials is also quite easy. By altering the uncoiler's sensing mechanism, it is possible to achieve automatic unwinding of silicon steel sheets, non-conductive materials, surface-mounted film materials, and non-metallic materials. The uncoiler's induction mode can vary in three different ways, primarily: by proximity switches, photoelectric switches, and micro switches.
1. The most popular induction technique for uncoiling non-conductive materials is the micro switch induction method, which takes the role of the uncoiler.
2. To unwind non-conductive metal materials, the proximity switch induction method takes the place of the uncoiler (note that non-metallic materials cannot be unwound with this method).
3. The photoelectric switch induction method, which is utilized to uncoil non-conductive metal materials and non-metal materials with high surface precision, takes the role of the uncoiler. Diffuse photoelectricity and through-beam photoelectricity are the two possibilities. The idea is that after a given amount of sagging, the material blocks the photoelectric switch's light, which causes the uncoiler to halt.