MAGNETICALLY CODED SAFETY SWITCHES

EVALUATION UNITS CMS

Description

Magnetically coded safety switches are interlocking devices that are designed to protect people and machines. Compared with electromechanical safety switches, they are used if:

  • strict hygiene requirements are to be met (e.g. in the food industry)
  • a precise door guide is not possible
  • compact dimensions are required

READ HEADS CMS WITH REED CONTACTS

Description

The read head is fastened to the fixed part of the guard and is connected to the evaluation unit via a two-core screened cable. The actuator fastened to the guard is moved towards the read head by closing the door. When the switch-on distance is reached, power is supplied to the actuator via the read head and the read head transfers the actuator’s data to the evaluation unit.


READ HEADS CMS WITH HALL SENSORS

Description

The read head is fastened to the fixed part of the guard and is connected to the evaluation unit via a two-core screened cable. The actuator fastened to the guard is moved towards the read head by closing the door. When the switch-on distance is reached, power is supplied to the actuator via the read head and the read head transfers the actuator’s data to the evaluation unit.