Cost-Effective Relays for Safety Devices with External Device Monitoring

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April 12, 2019

Implement cost-effective safety solutions that protect at the highest levels of safety. SR-IM Series interface modules are specifically designed to be used with safety light curtains and other primary safety devices with External Device Monitoring (EDM). These compact relays provide an interface between the devices and the machines they safeguard. Used properly, they will achieve Category 4 PLe safety.

Key Benefits:

Increased Machine Uptime 

Users can get their system up quickly and keep it running with little to no maintenance. Terminals are clearly labeled and located on the front of device. Fixed position push-in style spring clamp terminals ensure secure connections, even in applications with heavy shock and vibration. 

Simple, Cost-Effective Safety

The simple design and basic functions offered by the SR-IM Series make them our most affordable interface modules.

Solid Build, Compact Design

SR-IM Series interface modules are housed in a solid polycarbonate enclosure that mounts securely to the DIN rail. It has a sleek, compact form factor that saves space on the DIN rail and in the control panel. 

SR-IM Series interface modules can be used as a relay with EDM-enabled primary safety devices, including many of our safety light curtains and safety grid systems. They can also be used to expand the available outputs of a safety controller and increase the switching current capacity of low voltage safety devices to 6 amps.

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