Stainless-Steel Coded-Magnet Safety Switches Survive Washdowns

Description

Tarrytown, New York, April 10, 2006 … SCHMERSAL is pleased to announce the expansion of their family of sealed, coded-magnet interlock switches to include stainless-steel models. Each features a multiple reed switch array that can only operate in the presence of the properly matched magnetic field.

Available with 1 NO and 2 NC contacts, and an optional LED status indicator, the 3.5" x 1" x 5/8" units are sealed to IP69K high-pressure (1,450 psi) and high temperature (80 degrees C) washdown requirements. These tamper-resistant safety interlocks are ideal for movable safety guards in food processing and other "washdown" applications.

When used with one of SCHMERSAL’s safety controllers, the combination meets the stringent "single component failure" requirements of ANSI’s B11.19 Machine Safety Standard.

Specs

• Housing: Glass fiber reinforced thermoplastic • Degree of Protection: IP65 and IP67 • Switching Distance: Top (V) 12mm Nominal 10-15mm (Maximum) Side (S) 14mm Nominal 12-17mm (Maximum) • Operating Temperature: –25°C to +70°C • Storage Temperature: –25°C to +85°C • Hysteresis: 1mm • Repeatability: ≤ 0.5mm • Response Time: ≤ 30ms • Vibration Resistance: 10-55Hz, amplitude 1mm • Shock Resistance: 30g/11ms • Conformity to Standards: CE BG EN 60947-5-3 UL/CSA EN 954-1 IEC 61508
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