If the controller of an ultrasonic cleaner does not have voltage output power, it could be due to several reasons:
- Faulty power supply: The power supply that provides power to the controller may be faulty or damaged. In this case, the power supply needs to be checked or replaced.
- Faulty control board: The control board that manages the ultrasonic cleaning process may be faulty. In this case, the control board needs to be checked and repaired or replaced if necessary.
- Loose connections: Loose or faulty connections between the power supply, control board, and transducer can also cause a lack of voltage output power. All connections should be checked and tightened if necessary.
- Malfunctioning transducer: If the transducer is malfunctioning, it may not produce enough vibrations to clean the parts. The transducer needs to be checked and replaced if necessary.
- Overload protection: Some ultrasonic cleaners have overload protection features that can automatically shut down the power supply in case of overload. In this case, the power supply needs to be reset to resume operation.
It is recommended to consult the manufacturer or a qualified technician to diagnose and fix any issues with the ultrasonic cleaner controller.