Nexsafe Functional Safety Certified Servomotor Brake – Mount Directly to Servomotor Flange

January 5, 2021

Nexen’s Spring Engaged, Air Released Servomotor Brakes are available safety certified to comply with international safety standard ISO 13849-1. Category Level up to 4 and Performance Level up to e, able to be achieved using NexSafe products in recommended configuration.

  •    –   Integral Clamp Collar with Backup Keyway
  •    –   3 Operating Mode Sensors Available
  •    –   Multiple Engagement Springs
  •    –   Default to Lock

 

INDUSTRY 4.0 SOLUTION Nexen’s Servomotor Operating Mode Sensors for Engagement, Disengagement and Wear are Industry 4.0 compatible and can provide information to maximize machine efficiency. Having this information available aides with:

  •    –   Motor/Drive Programming
  •    –   Predictive Maintenance
  •    –   Operational Feedback

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