The PNOZ m B0.1 standalone base unit for the PNOZmulti 2 range is a compact yet configurable small safety controller for small and medium-sized applications.
The SLA performs as a multiloop logic solver with built-in voting and enhanced maths capability typically found in more complex safety PLCs.
Safety light curtains and safety laser scanners are the two most common machine protection technologies, and both can be used in many safety applications.
The PNOZ m C0 standalone base unit from the PNOZmulti 2 small controller range is now available in Australia.
Most safety applications can be handled by safety PLCs; however, they are frequently overkill when it comes to implementing smaller or more dispersed SIFs.
An iron ore mining project in Western Australia is converting its trucks to a driverless operation, which will bring significant benefits to worker safety.
The NSW Government's Centre for Work Health and Safety has released a set of guidelines for working safely with collaborative robots.
FreeMove 2.0 engine adds support for complex applications and harsh environments as human–robot collaboration on facility floors increases.