Posted on October 17, 2011 - ( views)
With energy-saving LED work lights of protection categories up to IP67/IP69K, Turck completes its lighting technology range. The robust design and a life-span of 100.000 hours allow the use in a wide field of application, where a reliable, bright and even illumination is needed under rough environmental conditions. The color temperature lies in daylight range between 5,000 and 10,000 Kelvin. The work lights can be connected either via a standardized M12x1-plug connection or directly via open wire ends. The power-on/-off is carried out either over the connection with the supply voltage (10...30 VDC) or - when there is a constant power supply - over the integrated switch directly at the LED work light, which is incorporated in some versions. The lights are available in three different construction groups: As compact spot lights, as line light rails and as square LED lights for flat illuminations. Every work area can be illuminated optimal with luminous flux of 65 up to 1,800 lumen. The spot lights with six LED are - as well as the line light rails - available with or without a switch. The line light rails are offered in eight different versions with three up to 24 LED.
45472 Mülheim /Ruhr
On the safety side of the Profinet/Profisafe module, the user has two safety inputs for connecting different safety sensors such as light curtains or emergency-stop buttons
The IP67 hybrid modules can be adapted flexibly to the specific signal requirement in the machine and can help users to implement space saving and inexpensive wiring of their machines
For mobile machines and industrial applications
High user friendliness with teach buttons and LED back end
In stainless steel
With web server
New series transfers data and up to 12 Watts of power without contact
Allowing safety-related disconnections
With a voltage/current output
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