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PSENmlock mini – Safe guard locking

The PSENmlock features a mechanical guard locking function, typically using a solenoid-controlled locking mechanism. This prevents the guard from being opened until certain conditions are met, such as a machine coming to a complete stop or a process reaching a safe state.

The PSENmlock from PILZ is a safety gate system that combines safe position monitoring and process guarding, including safe guard locking, in one system. It ensures that a guard is closed securely before potentially hazardous machinery can be operated or processes can be started. This is crucial in industrial settings to prevent accidents and ensure worker safety. http://www.pilz.com

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Safety relays | MyPNOZ

Once everything is tested and working correctly, finalize the project. Generate any necessary documentation for installation and maintenance purposes. Implement the designed safety solution in your physical setup according to the documentation generated. Conduct thorough testing of the implemented safety solution to ensure it meets safety standards and regulations. Obtain any necessary certifications for compliance.

Determine the outputs needed for each safety zone. Outputs may include control signals for door locks, machine stop signals, or other safety-related actions. Ensure that each output is associated with the corresponding safety zone. Set up the logic for each safety zone independently. Determine the safety functions required for each zone, such as Emergency Stop, Guard Monitoring, or Two-Hand Control. Configure the logic to implement these safety functions based on the inputs and outputs assigned to each zone.

mplement interlocking logic between safety zones to prevent conflicting safety actions. For example, ensure that activating the Emergency Stop in one zone deactivates the outputs of other zones to prevent unintended machine movements. Test and simulate the logic for each safety zone to verify its behavior under different scenarios. Use the simulation feature in myPNOZ Creator to identify and address any potential safety risks or issues.

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Safety Relays – PSENmlock

PSENmlock operates based on the principle of magnetic coding. It consists of a magnetically coded actuator and a sensor. The actuator is typically mounted on the movable part of the safety gate or door, while the sensor is mounted on the fixed part. When the gate or door is closed, the sensor detects the presence of the actuator’s magnetic field and verifies that it’s properly aligned and secure. If everything is in order, it sends a signal to the control system, allowing the machinery to operate safely. http://www.pilz.com

The PSENmlock safety sensor is a product manufactured by Pilz, a company specializing in automation technology. PSENmlock is designed for monitoring safety gates and doors, ensuring that they are securely closed before machinery or equipment can operate. It’s commonly used in industrial settings to prevent accidents by ensuring that access to hazardous areas is restricted until it’s safe to enter.

This type of safety sensor provides reliable and tamper-resistant protection, as the magnetic coding makes it difficult to bypass or defeat without authorized access. Additionally, PSENmlock sensors are often integrated into larger safety systems, allowing for seamless communication with other safety devices and control components.

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PNOZsigma | PT. Felcro Indonesia

The PNOZsigma relays are compact safety relays in widths 22.5mm and 45mm. They are used for monitoring E-STOP, safety gates, light barriers, two-hand controls or ESPEs with safe PNP transistor outputs and contact EDM. The relays are jumper link programmable for either PNP or NPN signals. http://www.pilz.com

They must be connected to a remote RESET device such as a pushbutton station to initiate the reset enabling function. The remote reset can reset the contacts if the pushbutton is held closed for more than 0.5s and can reset both the contacts and the internal relays if the pushbutton is held closed for more than 3s.

The chapter “Technical Description” is the first of several chapters that provide technical details of the PNOZsigma relays. The chapter is an introduction to the PNOZsigma relay range and offers an overview of the product range and the functions that are common to all relays in the range, before giving the variable features of the individual relays in later chapters. Safety solution provider since 2011, We offer pilz safety relays pnozsigma http://www.pilz.com

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Safety relays monitor the faults in the interlock devices. The basic logic used is based on the conditions of the input and output wiring. Input wiring is the voltage that the safety relay will accept to energize the relay to switch the output contact. The output contact will turn the machine off using the interlock devices. Internal logic is represented in the truth table, which shows the relationship between the input and the output wiring. From the truth table, the next step is developing the functions and faults equations. These equations are very important to find the minimal sum of products, which later develop the ladder logic. The final considerations are to implement the functions equation into the ladder logic. The safety relay also must be user friendly to someone troubleshooting the system. A fault in the system can be determined through testing the machine and forcing the input wiring to simulate a fault condition. LED indicators are useful to show the system is functioning, off, and a fault in the system. The last consideration is the modification of the function block. If a function’s equation is changed, the ladder logic can also be changed using software and just download it to the safety relay. http://www.felcro.co.id

Safety relays are the logical development of electromechanical relays, during those applications where safety, availability, and their costs are the major concern. These relays have enabling contacts and mirror contacts in one or more linked pairs which change over when the relay is actuated. Safety relays are used for monitoring the dangerous outputs and provide superior failure mode analysis such as a light curtain to assure that it does not decrease harm. http://www.felcro.co.id

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Automation App Award 2023

Our innovative Key-in-pocket maintenance safeguarding system, which guarantees protection against unintended machine restarts, won third place in the Automations Best Award 2023, in the “Best Solutions” category. Readers of the media concepts “messtec drives” and “inspect” voted in our favour.Also, our new “Safety Distance Calculator” browser tool was awarded second place in the Automation App Award. The decisive factor that led to this development was as follows: “We want to support our customers with competence and the best possible environment” – Tobias Ulmer, Product Manager responsible for safety light curtains. http://www.pilz.com
The tool enables the safety distance for safety light curtains to be calculated simply as well as safely. Users save a significant amount of time and can immediately identify the right safety light curtain for their plant. http://www.pilz.com

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Machinery Safety in Tissue and Paper Making

Whether you are making paper or converting it to tissue for family care products you use machinery with many hazards. The threading of paper, the high rotation speed and the vast size of the machines create risks that are challenging to achieve machine safety. In your competitive global business you must achieve machine safety with a high level of availability and productivity. We help you succeed. http://www.pilz.com

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Retrofit

When press retrofits are planned and implemented on a sound basis, our experts can equip even older models with the latest electrical, control and safety technology. For example, eccentric or hydraulic presses are characterised by a long service life thanks to their solid base and robust mechanics. Following a retrofit, they can go on to meet press safety, productivity and quality requirements for a further 10 to 20 years. http://www.pilz.com

From a manually operated standalone workstation to a fully automated press line, we can provide solutions for all types of press. For special requirements in press technology Pilz has developed an electronic rotary cam arrangement, which increases both the productivity and safety of the press in combination with the automation system PSS 4000. For press brakes in particular we can offer an extremely productive solution with the camera-based protection and measuring system PSENvip. http://www.pilz.com

PNOZmulti 2 are modular safety controllers: there are two base units and numerous expansion modules available for various application options. Application of the small controllers is particularly user-friendly with the freely configurable software tool. You can configure both the hardware and the necessary software functions directly in the tool.

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Safe packaging automation

Efficient packaging processes require a high level of automation in the packaging industry. At the same time, the Machinery Directive lays down essential requirements of the functional safety of packaging automation. Particularly with packaging automation in primary packaging, a so-called critical infrastructure, there are very high requirements for the robustness of the products used and protection against manipulation. The packaging lines are subjected to a wide range of cleaning processes and strict quality inspections. The traceability of manufacturing processes is just as important as the access and permission management of individual employees and data protection. http://www.pilz.com

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Modern HMIs for diagnostics and visualisation

Operator devices PMI (Pilz Human Machine Interface) are used to operate, monitor and control your technical processes. We can offer you a wide range – from a simple diagnostic unit to an operator terminal for challenging applications. Our compact operator devices offer maximum functionality. They are easy to integrate into your production and automation system. Good visualisation and diagnostics also mean shorter downtimes and therefore increased efficiency. When an error occurs, machine diagnostics have a special role to play. Used in conjunction with Pilz controllers, you have a system that enables rapid troubleshooting when production errors occur. http://www.pilz.com