The Allen-Bradley Guardmaster SafeZone 3 laser scanner from Rockwell Automation is now enabled with Common Industrial Protocol (CIP) Safety over EtherNet/IP.
The Pepperl+Fuchs USi-safety ultrasonic sensor system is designed to work in challenging, dusty environments or in outdoor areas.
The SSW300HV safety module is connected directly to a three-phase motor and directly measures the frequency of the induced voltage.
The CD_582+FS series encoder is a compact safety-rated absolute rotary encoder for safe position and safe velocity over EtherNet/IP.
The LBK radar system responds to movements and generates a switching signal as soon as a person enters or exits the monitored area.
SICK and Universal Robots (UR) have announced a safety solution for the safeguarding of accessible robotic applications.
Pepperl+Fuchs inductive safety sensors come with SIL 2 functional safety and PL d Machinery Directive approvals.
The Allen-Bradley GuardShield light curtains include the CIP Safety over Ethernet module along with integrated laser alignment, muting, blanking and cascading.
The latest generation of light grids from ifm allows for a muting mode without an external junction box or a muting relay being required.
SICK safeRS is a non-contact 3D protective device that safeguards hazardous areas in a wide variety of stationary applications.
With the adoption of working practices that bring humans and robots into ever closer collaboration, making these practices safe remains of paramount importance.
For a while now, sensors have been not only a component of process control: today one of their primary tasks is to link processes together.
Until now safety laser scanners could only be certified for indoor use — such as for machinery operated inside production halls.
The PSRswitch provides safe series connection of up to 30 sensors and comprehensive IO-Link diagnostic information.
With a 360° measuring angle and a stable, wobble-free scanning axis, the R2000 Detection 2D laser scanner is able to detect objects as small as 1 mm that move into its field of detection.