New: Control Element PIT oe USB – Activatable USB Interface for Plant and Machinery from PILZ

DCS New Control Element PIToe USB from PILZ 1 400

April 19, 2022


The activatable USB 2.0 host interface on the PIT oe USB enables tamper-proof import of programs and removal of data. A keyboard or mouse can also be connected. The USB port is activated via a 24 V signal; the “ready for operation” state is displayed via the LED ring.

In combination with PITreader, activation is only possible with the appropriate permission, enabling access only to authorised personnel. When not in use, a cover protects the compact, robust control element to IP65.

Control elements PIToe – Benefits to you

  • •Compact control elements to switch and display digital inputs and outputs
  • •Suitable for mounting cutouts of 22.5 mm in accordance with EN 60947-5-1
  • •Illuminated LED display
  • •Fits seamlessly into the design of your control consoles
  • •Ideal supplement to Pilz solutions for operating mode selection

DCS New Control Element PIToe USB from PILZ 2 400

Compact pushbuttons for a variety of uses

The compact control and signal devices are versatile to use when operating your plant, enabling you to switch and display digital inputs and outputs. It’s possible to select and display the operating mode, for example.

The control elements are intended for mounting cutouts with a 22.5 mm diameter in accordance with EN 60947-5-1 plus anti-twist device. As a result, they fit seamlessly into your plant and machine design and are ideal for installing or retrofitting into consoles, control panels or command panels.

DCS New Control Element PIToe USB from PILZ 3 400




To learn more about the PIT oe USB,download the product brochure here or visit the product page by clicking here 


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