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A practical approach to selecting safety door protection according to EN ISO 14119

A practical approach to selecting safety door protection according to EN ISO 14119

1/19/2015
Much has been written in theory about the content of the new EN ISO 14119 standard for the protection of safety doors. But how can this content be implemented in practice when searching for the right interlocking solution?
The new transponder-coded safety switch CTP

The new transponder-coded safety switch CTP

1/1/2015
The new safety switch CTP combines the proven principle of operation of electromechanical safety switches with guard locking and guard lock monitoring with modern transponder-coded safety engineering.
Decentralized wiring in the field – the new passive distribution module

Decentralized wiring in the field – the new passive distribution module

11/25/2014
The new passive distribution module from EUCHNER allows a quick and straightforward series wiring of safety switches in the field. Up to 4 products from the CES‑AR, CET‑AR and ESL‑AR series can be connected per distributor. 
With integrated AS-Interface – the smallest transponder coded safety switch CES-AS-C04

With integrated AS-Interface – the smallest transponder coded safety switch CES-AS-C04

11/25/2014
The new CES-AS-C04 expands the range of transponder-coded safety switches CES-C04 by a version with integrated AS-Interface. 
Reliable locking – transponder-coded safety switch CET on safety guards at Salzgitter

Reliable locking – transponder-coded safety switch CET on safety guards at Salzgitter

7/17/2014
When building a new entry buffer for a tandem line last year, Salzgitter Flachstahl GmbH had to secure a total of 39 hazard areas. Safety switches CET with guard locking from Euchner were used on the more than 50 access doors.
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