The PDP20 allows series connection of various sensors up to Category 4 of AS4024.1-2006, with up to four sensors connected to each PDP20 module, and the ability to cascade the modules to increase the number of sensors that can be monitored.
It is estimated that about 66% of the programmable electronic systems (PES) running in the process industry were installed before the publication of today’s commonly used safety standards (IEC 61508 and IEC 61511/ISA 84).
Can you imagine a world where telephone systems only worked within a city but not outside it? Or where emails could only be sent within a company’s intranet but not externally? Can you imagine the resultant inefficiency and lack of productivity?
Safety in today’s market has come a long way from the simple, single-function safety relays of the past. Now engineers are left to question which is best for the efficient implementation of the prevailing safety requirements in their process: programmable, network-enabled safety controllers or spatially limited, configurable safety relays?
The 40 mm emergency stop buttons are designed to mount on a wall or other flat surface without disassembling or individual wiring, and come in various locking and illumination configurations.
The Quietdose is an ‘in-ear’ dosimetry device that measures the noise that workers hear accurately and in real time.
Designed and manufactured in Australia, the IQguard range of gas detection equipment has been targeted to fit applications requiring accurate and reliable gas monitoring where a high degree of safety is required.
In today's complex industrial landscape, maximising productivity is paramount for companies to remain competitive. Implementing an effective safety solution is an important step towards improving productivity in the industrial environment.
Fortress Interlocks has further developed its amGard range of heavy-duty safety gate switch interlocks to create amGard Pro.
The STA safety trip alarm is certified to IEC 61508: Parts 1, 2 and 3 by TÜV Rheinland and exida for single use in safety instrumented systems up to SIL 2. The STA firmware is suitable for a SIL 3 system, which allows the STA to be used in a redundant architecture (1oo2, 2oo3, etc) up to SIL 3.