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Coded Magnetic Sensors
Coded Magnetic Sensors

Coded magnetic sensors by Pizzato Elettrica are devices studied to monitor protections and guards that, when linked to a safety module, can create a system with safety category up to SIL 3 according to EN 62061, up to PLe according to EN ISO 13849-1 and up to category 4 according to EN 954-1. These products are composed by a magnetic field monitoring sensor, which is connected to the machine structure, and by a coded magnetic actuator, which has to be connected to the mobile guards. The sensor is manufactured to be activated only by the correct coded actuator and not through a common magnet.

Edited by: Jürgen Wirtz

Posted on June 22, 2011 - (106 views)
Pizzato Elettrica Srl
Via Torino, 1
36063 Marostica - Italy
+39-0424 470930
+39-0424-470955
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