Pilz: Expand PSENmech With the Safety Bolt PSENbolt

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August 16, 2021

As the big brother of the safety switch PSENmech, the safe mechanical safety gate system PSENmech with guard locking offers an economical solution for safe monitoring of movable guards. The safety gate is securely locked until the hazardous machine movement has stopped. An unintended restart of the hazardous movement is prevented as long as the gate is open.

Combine the mechanical safety gate system PSENmech with the safety bolt PSENbolt and the result is a complete solution comprising mechanical bolt, handle and safety gate switch.

The safety bolt is available in several versions. You can choose between standard versions and versions with a key. The latter enable the bolt to be locked in a certain position, thus preventing an unintended restart of the machine, during maintenance for example.

Application options of the mechanical safety gate system

Thanks to integrated guard locking, the secure safety gate system PSENmech is suitable for personal and process protection and can be used in numerous industries and applications.

Particularly if you are looking for an economical basic solution for safety gate monitoring, then the mechanical safety gate system PSENmech is right for your application. PSENmech with guard locking can be expanded with an escape release or emergency release.

Economical, basic solution for safety gate monitoring with safe guard locking – Benefits to you

  •    –   Suitable for accessible doors thanks to escape and emergency release options
  •    –   Flexible and fast installation thanks to various actuators and an M12 connection
  •    –   Long product service life as the head section and 3D actuator are made of metal
  •    –   Housing is insensitive to dirt, dust-tight and waterproof
  •    –   Suitable for connection to decentralised modules such as PDP67 or PSS67 thanks to M12, 5-pin product types
  •    –   Safe complete solution with configurable safe small controllers PNOZmulti 2, for example

Features of the mechanical safety gate system PSENmech with guard locking

  •    –   Monitors the position of movable guards in accordance with EN 60947-5-1
  •    –   Designed for applications up to PL e of EN ISO 13849-1, SIL CL 3 of EN/IEC 62061 (2 devices must be used to meet the highest requirements)
  •    –   Holding force: 1500 N
  •    –   Actuation directions: 5 (including from above)

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