Kami adalah distributor terkemuka di Jakarta sejak 2011, Kami menawarkan selet sensors untuk produk-produk inductive sensors, capacitive sensor, magnetic sensor dan photoelectric sensor serta encoders. Kami melayani ke seluruh wilayah di Indonesia untuk produk-produk mekanikal, elektrikal, elektronik dan otomasi lainnya.

Silahkan segera hubungi kami jika Anda ada kebutuhan barang-barang tersebut untuk segera kami bantu dengan senang hati.


Transport & Logistics in 2023

Transport & Logistics in 2023

The Indoensia’s largest trade show for bus, truck, logistic, forklift, material handling and construction solutions. Safety solution provider since 2011, We offer Pilz safety relays pnoz, safety gates, light curtains, emergency stop, two hand control, switches and more. Leading supplier in Jakarta.


Connection technology | PILZ

Pilz products are interconnected and are compatible with products and interfaces from other manufacturers. They fit perfectly into your plant environment and also enable Pilz components to be retrofitted to your plant.

That’s why in addition to a wide range of Pilz products and systems we also offer a variety of compatible accessories, enabling sensors, decentralised I/O systems and centralised relays and control devices to be interconnected.

Select the appropriate accessory for your requirement and simply assemble your individual system solution!


LogiMAT Date: Apr 25, 2023 – Apr 27, 2023

At LogiMAT, the international trade fair for intralogistics, Pilz will be presenting its complete solution for automated guided vehicle systems: This not only includes the safety product solutions comprising laser scanners und control technology, but also many other services. These include AGVS design risk assessment and acceptance, including conformity assessment (CE) for the automated guided vehicle system, as well as safe operation in the respective application, in accordance with the standard ISO 3691-4.

You can also find out all about our latest safety solution for intralogistics, “Identification and Access Management, I.A.M. for short, to protect your confidential data from unauthorised access.

In cooperation with NAiSE GmbH, the expert for material flow automation, we’ll be showing the world’s first order management software, “NAiSE Traffic”, for coordinating and controlling traffic for all participants in intralogistics.


Review of the Hannover Messe 2023

Five exciting days at the Hannover Messe are behind us. Time for a review: we had some great conversations and made some valuable contacts. For numerous visitors we were able to answer important questions related to “Safety and Industrial Security”, with our expert panels. The products we exhibited were hugely popular.


Success stories

Place your trust in the technology leader for safe automation when automating your plant and machinery and provide not only a complete, but also safe solution for your employees worldwide. Write your own success story with us!

We work with our customers to develop sophisticated automation concepts that harmonise safety and productivity – from advice to the complete solution, exactly to customer specifications, without compromising on automation.

Here you’ll find some examples of our best success stories, sorted by industry and products.


Machinery safety in the workplace

The continuing safety of your machine operators is the top priority. Plant and machine operators are confronted with the challenge of taking all the necessary safety measures to ensure this safety. Pilz offers you a comprehensive range of services for the standard-compliant analysis and optimisation of your safety status in the workplace.

As a plant operator, Pilz’s plant assessment and subsequent reports provide you with sound information about the safety status of your machinery. That includes recommendations and priorities for any required improvements

Are your production plants constantly undergoing changes? Or do you use new machines alongside older ones? Then you face the challenge of prioritising risk management with regard to health, safety and environmental hazards and of implementing safety strategies.

An analysis of your machines’ workflow will help. That way you can identify the key potential hazards. Based on the safety analysis we show you the additional measures needed to comply with legal requirements.

Our plant assessment of the machinery encompasses an on-site assessment with subsequent evaluation of the machinery’s condition and a formal presentation of our findings. We use a structured risk assessment for this purpose. This approach yields sufficient data and information to enable us to assess the key compliance and safety factors in your plant. All machines are assessed using a multi-parameter analysis. This will give you an estimate and priority list of the safety requirements needed for each machine.

The plant assessment includes:

  • Analysis of the hazards at individual machines
  • Assessment of the existing measures to minimise risk
  • Assessment of the machines’ compliance with applicable regulations
  • Checking the options for implementing safety functions on a machine
  • Priority list and recommendations for how to make improvements on the machinery

Safety concept for machinery

Pilz safety concepts are based on the individual requirements of the customer. Using our tried and tested methodologies, our safety concepts enable safe interaction between operators or maintenance personnel and machinery – without affecting productivity.

To remain competitive, as a manufacturer you need an effective, practicable safety concept when using new machinery or converting an existing machine. This must not restrict your machines’ productivity.

You need a safety concept that’s individually tailored to your requirements. Of course, its implementation should not involve any unnecessary extra work.

Based on the machine risk assessment that has already been carried out, the safety concept is where we develop detailed solution proposals for the technical implementation. That way we guarantee the safety of your machinery in accordance with national and international standards as well as your own corporate standards.

The Pilz safety concept (for machinery) considers:

  • Use of fixed and movable guards
  • Implementation of a safety-related plant and machine controller
  • Devices for safe standstill and shutdown of electrical, hydraulic, pneumatic and other potential energy sources
  • Detection of workers in danger zones
  • Definition of the required performance level (PLr) for safety-related measures or safety functions

Smart Factories – Industri 4.0

Industry 4.0

Industry 4.0 is a concept that originated in Germany (where it is known as and is often used to describe data-driven, AI-powered, networked  as the harbingers of the fourth industrial revolution. This predicted transition of manufacturing processes and technologies is based on these core principles: 

  • The pervasive networking of people, machines and “things” in physical and virtual realms
  • Leveraging data through tools and systems that expose the data’s value to drive production efficiency and flexibility 
  • Increasing product quality and improving speed-to-market through pre-production virtual testing .
  • AI-assisted and data-driven planning, production, manufacturing, and maintenance

Individual and yet fast thanks to Industrie 4.0

The aim of Industrie 4.0 is to create production processes that save resources and energy. This goes against the customer’s wish for individual products and solutions. So it must be possible to have customised production and yet stay economical. Best of all, at the cost of massed produced items. The solution: modular, flexible plant and machinery, which you can quickly adapt to changing requirements. How? By linking your plant to intelligent IT systems. As a result, plant and machinery become autonomous and self-organising.

The term Industrie 4.0 stands for the fourth industrial revolution, in which industry goes digital. However, we see this revolution more as an evolution because the use of IT to network industry is an ongoing development. A process of change, which all involved stakeholders must support.

The term Industrie 4.0 was first brought to the public domain in 2011 at the Hannover Messe. Since then, numerous associations, platforms and institutions have been working on the implementation of Industrie 4.0. We joined in these activities right from the start, supporting projects with our many years of experience from automation technology.