|Operating Temperature||-10 to +60 Degree Celsius|
|Operating Humidity||85 %|
|Identification Time||<300 ms|
Machine safety design is a detailed topic addressed by many regulations and standards, and it is also supported by numerous specialty products and practices.However, this doesn’t ensure appropriate machine safety measures are always applied. There is a strong tendency among many designers to presume that machinery must come to a full stop when errors are detected. This belief, along with overly conservative interpretations of ISO standards, has led many designers to handle most situations as category 3 or 4, requiring full redundancy. In 2015, ISO 13849 was revised and the requirements for category 2 were updated becoming easier for users incorporate into their machine safety systems.Instead of mandating full redundancy as with categories 3 or 4, when category 2 is acceptable, only single input connections, less expensive controllers, and single outputs can be used. Design effort is reduced, the safety controllers relay modules are more economical, fewer and less-specialized non-redundant devices can be used, control panel space is saved, and field installation labor is reduced.
|Number Of Poles||4 Pole|
Force-guided relays are key electromechanical switching components, providing a failsafe within safety circuits and detecting failures such as contact welding or damage to the contact spring failure. Often used in combination with elevator controls, interlock switches, light curtains and emergency stop switches, these relays are crucial in safety control applications. Available as a plug-in (RF2S) or pc board (RF2V), RF2 force-guided relays are ideal if you only need two contacts or if you want to add multiple relays in a series. In combination with the SJ series of finger-safe sockets, these compact relays provide reliable safety for man and machine in the event of a malfunction, while cutting down on cost and installation space.
|Model Name/Number||RF1 Force Guided Relay|
|Number Of Poles||2 Pole|
|Relay Type||APFC Relay|
Force-guided relays are key electromechanical switching components, providing a failsafe within safety circuits and detecting failures such as contact welding or damage to the contact spring failure. Often used in combination with elevator controls, interlock switches, light curtains and emergency stop switches, these relays are crucial in safety control applications. Our popular RF1V force-guided relays are ideal for applications requiring additional contacts for an HR1S Safety Relay or an FS1A Safety Controller. The RF1V series is a cost-effective and easy method to expand mechanical contact outputs. In combination with the SF1V series of mounting sockets, these relays can be mounted on a panel, DIN rail or PC board. Available in 4-pole and 6-pole versions and can include a LED indicator options. The RF1V is also available in a counter electromotive force diode relay.
|Safety Control Level||Level 4|
|Supply Voltage||DC24V +- 10%|
|Protection Level||I P50|
|Response Time||15 ms|
|Ambient Humidity||35% ~ 95%R H|
|Outline Size||117 x 100 x 22.5 mm|
|Ambient Temperature||-10 Deg C To 55 Deg C|
The QSRN safety relay module meets the safety requirements of EN/IS013849-1Cat.4 and is suitable for monitoring various signals in industrial sites with high safety requirements - including emergency stop signals, safety door switch signals, safety light barrier signals, and safety light curtain signals. Outside the two-hand button signal.
|Number Of Poles||2 Pole|
|Voltage||100 t0 240 V|
|Weight||Approx 0.36 kg|
Intrinsic Safety is to limit the voltage and current so that there is never a spark with enough energy to create an explosion. Intrinsically Safe Safety Barriers are essential components of intrinsically safe applications. IDEC has combined the elements of an intrinsic barrier with those of a safety device to create the first intrinsically safe machine safety barrier. By connecting safety input devices such as emergency stop push buttons and safety interlock switches to the EB3N intrinsically safe safety barrier, in conjunction with a contactor in conformity of safety standards, both intrinsic safety and machine safety can be established simultaneously in a hazardous location. A total safety system can also be built by connecting safety control devices such as safety relay modules and safety controllers with the EB3N.
|Operating Temperature||0 to +50 Degree Celcius|
|Power Supply||220 V|
When you want a straightforward system that’s safe, easy-to-use and won’t cost an arm and a leg, a SafetyOne FS1A safety controller is the answer!Unlike a multiple safety relay system, which requires cumbersome wiring and take up too much space, or safety PLCs that can be costly and difficult to program, our safety controllers make it easy to consolidate safety circuits. At the same time they meet safety requirements, save space with minimal wiring and cost customers less money.SafetyOne can replace up to six safety relay modules with no programming. Easily configure by turning on a dip switch to 1 of 24 pre-defined logic circuits and one module can connect with various IDEC safety and non safety components such as Emergency Stop switches, Interlock Switches, pilot lights, sensors and light curtains. With up to 6 dual channel safety inputs, 4 safety outputs and multiple non safety inputs, monitor, blanking and solenoid drive outputs, SafetyOne can simplify your complete safety and logic circuit.FS1A is UL listed, TUV rated and CE marked, as well as meets IEC 61508 integrity level 3, ISO 13849-1 performance level e and EN954-1 safety category 4.