Safety Relay Provides Reliable Separation

April 1, 2001
Equipped with two release current paths and one signal current path, the PSR safety relays are designed with reinforced insulation between each path and are stated to be protective for all applications. The safety circuit is controlled with one or two

Equipped with two release current paths and one signal current path, the PSR safety relays are designed with reinforced insulation between each path and are stated to be protective for all applications. The safety circuit is controlled with one or two channels, with or without cross circuit detection. All field connections are pluggable and coded for wiring convenience and reliability. Housed in a space-saving design of 22.5 mm, the relays are said to be particularly well suited for emergency stop applications, guard-door monitoring, two-hand operation and safety light barriers.

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