LAPP Australia's range of Wieland Electric E-Stop actuators can be used on a wide range of industrial and process engineering machinery.
Safety light curtains and safety laser scanners are the two most common machine protection technologies, and both can be used in many safety applications.
Leuze is expanding its safety range with the ELC 100 safety light curtains.
The Pilz PSEN rd1.2 radar sensor can be used for Cat. 3/PL d and can therefore be used for robot safely applications.
Emergency cable pull switches are designed to provide continuous emergency stop control along exposed areas of machinery and conveyors.
Devices of the ST H series can be configured with a permanent magnet incorporated inside the housing, able to generate a holding force between sensor and actuator.
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.