HANNOVER MESSE: Safe Stop For the Assembly Line With the New Compact Rope Pull Switch PSENrope Mini From Pilz

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April 20, 2021

This space-saving, costefficient version of the rope pull switch PSENrope enables functional processes to be shut down manually and thereby represents an economical solution for the emergency stop function.

The mechanical E-STOP function on PSENrope mini can be triggered at the integrated E-STOP pushbutton and at any point by pulling the rope. So PSENrope mini ensures a flexible and therefore reliable emergency stop, even on extended applications such as those found in the packaging industry

Easy yet compact protection for conveyors

With a rope length of up to 30 metres, even extended applications can easily be operated and protected using just a single rope pull switch PSENrope mini. The compact rope pull switch requires very little space. What’s more, versions with straight or angled head enable a particularly flexible assembly. If installation needs to be concealed due to the machine design, you can use the version with integrated reset button. The robust metal or plastic housing to IP67 means that PSENrope mini is suitable for both indoor and outdoor applications with ambient temperatures of -30 °C to +75 °C. 

In the packaging, automotive and textile industry or at the airport, for example, rope pull switches PSENrope and PSENrope mini ensure greater safety on conveyor belts and extended conveyor systems.

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