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  • NST-2004 emergency stop relay
    monitored reset This closes the normally open contacts 13 14 23 24 33 34 the normally closed signal contact 41 42 opens or the transistor output Y13 Y14 is conductive The LEDs K1 and K2 illuminate If the emergency stop button is activated the relays K1 and K2 will deactivate The normally open safety contacts 13 14 23 24 33 34 open and the normally closed signalling contact 41 42 closes Y13 Y14 deactivates A short circuit between the two emergency stop contacts will deactivate the NST 2004 via the internal PTC fuse ie the emergency stop relay can be reset again when the short cicuit error is removed Supply voltage 24vdc 24vac 48vac 115vac 230vac Supply tolerance 10 Fuse supply T 315mA Fuse outputs 13 14 23 24 33 34 F6A Max ripple DC 1V Max inrush current supply DC 4A Frequency 47 52 57 62 Hz Consumption 2 4 VA Contact material AgSnO2 0 5μ Au Max contact voltage 250 Vac 24 Vdc Max contact current 6A AC 6 A DC Cos 1 20ºc Max effect 13 14 23 24 33 34 1380 V A Max inrush current output contacts 20A Min cut in time by nominal voltage Min cut in time by under voltage Cut out time by activation of emergency stop Cut out time by activation of power failure Reactivation time 200ms Transistor output Y13 Y14 5 30V Max 20Ma Terminal voltage T11 T12 T13 T14 24Vdc Terminal voltage T21 T22 0V Terminal current at 24Vdc peak static A1 A2 T11 T12 T14 T21 T34 mA 75mA Status indication 3 x LED Enclosure housing terminals IP40 IP20 Enclosure material Polycarbonate PA 6 6 Operation temperature 0 50ºC Storage temperature 30 70ºC Max cross section of conductor Solid cable 1 x 2 5mm2 Multiwire with ferrule 1

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  • NST-2005 emergency stop relay
    conduct LED s K1 and K2 will illuminate If the emergency stop is now activated LED s K1 and K2 will extinguish contacts 13 14 23 24 and 33 34 will open 41 42 will close and Y13 Y14 will cease conducting Supply voltage A 24Vac dc B 48 240Vac Supply tolerance 10 Fuse supply T 315mA Fuse outputs 13 14 23 24 33 34 F6A Max ripple DC 1V Frequency 47 52 57 62 Hz Consumption A 2 5 VA B 1 6 VA Maximum inrush supply current A B 25mA Contact configuration 3 NO 1 NC Contact material AgSnO2 Max contact voltage 250 Vac 24 Vdc Max contact current 13 14 23 24 33 34 6A AC 6A DC Cos ϕ1 20 C Max power 13 14 23 24 33 34 1500 V A Max power 41 42 2A 24V DC Max inrush current output relays 20A Cut in time AC DC Cut out time Reactivation time 75ms Transistor output selectable NPN 5 30Vdc maximum 20mA Voltage output current limited T11 Terminal voltage T11 24VDC Terminal current at 24Vdc Static T33 T34 Peak A1 A2 Status indication 3 bicolour LED s Max cable resistance A1 A2 T33 T34 T12 T21 Enclosure rating Housing IP40 Terminals IP20 Enclosure material Polyamide PA 6 6 Operation temperature 30 to 50ºC Storage temperature 30 to 70ºC Max cross section of conductor Solid thread 1 x 2 5mm2 Multiwire with ferrule 1 x 2 5mm2 Weight AC 250g DC 200g Installation DIN rail bracket fixing DIN EN 50022 35 M4 2 pcs Dimensions WxHxD mm 22 5 x 99 x 114 5mm Mechanical lifetime 10 million Insulation class 4kV 2 VDE 0110 1 2 EMC requirements EN50081 1 EN50082 2 Skriv ut bild Skriv ut bild A1 Power supply A2 Power supply T33

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  • NST9 emergency stop relay with time delay
    again assuming no faults have been found 200ms after the timed contacts have opened and the emergency stop button has been deactivated the relay can be reset If the LED s illuminate in a different colour or extinguish at an incorrect time in the sequence than a fault has been detected refer to the LED Status Table Reset can be performed manually with or without monitoring and automatically Corrosion or oxidation can occur in certain environments In such cases the NST9 should be activated and deactivated at regular intervals to maintain optimum contact function Delayed Coupling The NST9 can be configured with delayed monitored coupling For machines with an electric motor it can be a great advantage to connect the control current before connecting the load current In this way greater safety is achieved since the controller knows the position of conveyor belts milling heads etc without the controller going into error The function is microprocessor controlled and is programmed as shown in fig 2 Time delays are shown in the Reset Delay Time Table where W terminal connected to U and no connection Supply voltage 24Vdc 110V 240Vac A1 A2 Tolerance 10 Fuse supply T 400 mA DC model T 315 mA AC model Fuse Outputs 13 14 23 24 51 52 33 34 43 44 F6A F5A Max ripple DC 1V Frequency 47 52 57 62 Hz Consumption AC DC 8 5 VA 8 VA Contact configuration 4 NO 1NC 3 solid state Contact material K1 K2 K3 K4 AgSnO2 AgSnO2 0 2 μm Au Max contact voltage current 13 14 23 24 51 52 250Vac 24Vdc AC 6A DC 4A cosϕ 1 20ºC Max contact voltage current 33 34 43 44 250Vac 24Vdc AC 5A DC 5A cosϕ 1 20ºC Max inrush current A1 A2 AC DC 1 4 A 1 3A I current limited U multifuse 55mA 19Vdc max 150mA Cut in time 13 14 23 24 51 52 33 34 43 44 Cut out time 13 14 23 24 51 52 33 34 43 44 Transistor outputs 5 30V Max 20 mA per output NPN type Terminal voltage T11 T13 T10 24Vdc 10 0V Terminal current at 24V Peak Static T11 T12 T13 T34 Status indication 4 x LED 2 LED s are Bi coloured Max cable resistance T10 T13 T34 X1 T10 T13 T34 X1 Enclosure house clamps IP40 DIN VDE 0470 1 Enclosure material Polycarbonate V 0 Operation temperature 0 to 50ºC Storage temperature 10 to 70ºC Max cross section of conductor solid thread 1 x 4mm2 2 x 1 5mm2 multiwire with ferrule 1 x 2 5mm2 2 x 1mm2 Weight AC DC 450g 400g Installation DIN rail bracket fixing DIN EN 50022 35 screw M4 2 Pcs Dimensions WxHxD mm 45 x 84 x 118 2mm Mechanical lifetime 10 million operations Insulation class 4kV 2 VDE 0110 1 2 Approvals Underwriters Laboratories 2 NO are time delayed 0 6 sec Skriv ut bild Model Voltage Part number NST 9 110 240

    Original URL path: http://www.oem.co.uk/products/Machine_Safety/Safety_relays/NST9_emergency_stop_relay_with_time_delay/1194471-615772.html (2016-04-25)
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  • EU-2001/EU-2001S extension module
    version of the EU 2001 extension block the output contacts are not deactivated until after the specified time period 0 5s 1 0s 2 0s 4 0s 6 0s after the deactivation disconnection of the monitoring safety relay The transistor output follows the output of the EU 2001 The decision to select single or dual channel operation in connection with the extension block depends on the level of safety which the system must provide It is important to note that the EU 2001 is not a safety relay and has no safety function of its own The EU 2001 must therefore be connected to an appropriate emergency stop relay Supply voltage 24Vdc Supply tolerance 10 Fuse supply T 315mA Fuse outputs 13 14 23 24 33 34 F6A Max ripple DC 1V Max inrush current supply DC 4A Frequency 47 52 57 62 Hz Consumption 2 4VA Contact material AgSnO 0 5μ Au Max contact voltage 250Vac 24Vdc Max contact current AC 6A DC 6A cosϕ 1 20ºC Max effect 12 13 23 24 33 34 1380 VA Max inrush current output contacts 20A Min cut in time by nominal voltage Min cut in time by under voltage Cut out time by activation of emergency stop Cut out time by activation of power failure Reactivation time Transistor output Y14 24v Max 20Ma Terminal voltage T11 T12 T14 24vdc Terminal voltage T21 T22 0vdc Terminal current at 24Vdc peak static A1 A2 T11 T12 T14 T21 T34 Status indication 3 x LED Enclosure housing terminals IP40 IP20 Enclosure material Polycarbonate PA 6 6 Operation temperature 0 50ºC Storage temperature 30 70ºC Max cross section of conductor Solid cable 1 x 2 5mm2 Multicore with cable 1 x 2 5mm2 Weight DC 200g Mounting DIN rail Mounting bracket DIN EN 50022 35

    Original URL path: http://www.oem.co.uk/products/Machine_Safety/Safety_relays/EU-2001_EU-2001S_extension_module/1194471-615705.html (2016-04-25)
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  • Stop monitor SSO-10
    need for an external rotation probe Skriv ut bild Safety properties Benefits of use Safety class 4 as 2 channel Forced contacts duplicatd output contacts Control of exterior contacts X1 X2 No separate rotation probes 2 NO safety output 10A AC 5A DC 1 NC signal output 10A AC 5A DC 1 CO signal output 4A AC 3A DC Max phase voltage 1000V DC 700V AC State LED indicator Detachable connectors NOTE Different manufacturers frequency converters cause different numbers of disturbances Since for Duelcon it is impossible to test every frequency converter type some manufacturers frequency converter models may cause disturbances in the stop controller as well The SSO 10 has been tested by Duelcon with the following frequency converters Danfoss VLT 2030 VLT 5001 VLT 5003 VLT 5004 VLT 5005 Telemecanique ATV 18U29N4 Request more Supply voltage and connection 24 V DC A1 A2 Tolerance 10 Fuse T slow F fast power supply T 315 mA output F 10 A Max fluctuation DC 1 V Frequency 47 52 57 62 Hz Power consumption AC DC 3 5 VA Outputs NO NC CO 2 1 1 Contact material AgCdO2 Max voltage contacts 250 V AC 24 V DC Max current contacts 10 A AC 5 A DC cosj 1 20 C Max contact power AC DC resistive load 2000 VA 100 VA Switching time manual reset automatic reset Break time emergency stop activation 23 24 33 34 41 42 11 12 11 13 Reactivation time stop start 600 ms Transistor outputs 0 Connector current 24V S static P peak A1 A2 X1 X2 Max cable resistance A1 A2 L1 L2 L3 185 W State indication 4 x LED IP class housing IP40 connectors IP20 Housing material Polycarbonate Operating temperature 0 C 50 C Storage temperature 10 C 70 C Max

    Original URL path: http://www.oem.co.uk/products/Machine_Safety/Safety_relays/Stop_monitor_SSO-10/1194471-526307.html (2016-04-25)
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  • HR2001/PCB3 two hand control
    of the two contacts TA1 and TA2 each consisting of one set of forced make and break contacts in channel 1 T11 T12 T13 and channel 2 T21 T22 T23 the HR 2001 activates Ie the current paths 13 14 and 23 24 are closed while the N C contact 41 42 transistor output Y13 Y14 is open conductive The LEDs K1 and K2 illuminate the time period between operation of TA1 and TA2 is 500ms max requirement of the present standards Contacts TA1 and TA2 ensure that faults such as a welded contact or a short circuit in or between the contact sets will be recognised by the monitoring circuit This makes a restart impossible until the fault is rectified and the two hand relay HR 2001 is back to a safe condition Supply voltage 24VDC 24VAC 48VAC 115VAC 230VAC Maintenance voltage 12VDC Supply tolerance 10 Fuse Power supply T 315mA outputs 13 14 23 24 T 315mA F6A Max ripple DC 1V Max inrush current supply DC 4A Frequency 47 52 57 62 Hz Consumption 2 4VA NO NC CO 2 0 1 Contact material AgSnO2 0 5μ Au Max contact voltage 250Vac 24Vdc Max contact current AC 6A DC 6A cosϕ 1 20ºC Max effect 12 13 23 24 1380 VA Max inrush current output contacts 20A Min cut in time by nominal voltage Min cut in time by under voltage 10 Cut out time by activation of emergency stop Cut out time by power failure Reactivation time Transistor output Y13 Y14 5 30V Max 20mA Terminal Voltage T11 T12 T14 24VDC T21 T22 0VDC Terminal current at DC Static Peak manual automatic reset manual monitored reset Measured by 26 4VDC supply voltage A1 A2 T11 T12 T14 T21 T34 Max overall cable resistance input terminals 33Ω

    Original URL path: http://www.oem.co.uk/products/Machine_Safety/Safety_relays/HR2001_PCB3_two_hand_control/1194471-615746.html (2016-04-25)
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  • Photosensors
    you type If you cannot find what you are looking for please call us on 0116 284 9900 Panel Pressure Flow Machine Safety Connection Systems Encoders Identification Non contact safety switches Resistive safe edge Safety light barriers Safety relays Sensors Photosensors Technical Information Standard Photosensors Application Photosensors Ultrasonic Inductive Capacitive Switches Vision systems Motors Photosensors Technical Information Technical Information Standard Photosensors Standard Photosensors Application Photosensors Application Photosensors OEM Automatic Ltd

    Original URL path: http://www.oem.co.uk/products/Machine_Safety/Sensors/Photosensors/1158487.html (2016-04-25)
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  • Ultrasonic
    Safety Connection Systems Encoders Identification Non contact safety switches Resistive safe edge Safety light barriers Safety relays Sensors Photosensors Ultrasonic Inductive Capacitive Switches Vision systems Motors Show searchresults as Boxes List Ultrasonic PIL P43 Ultrasonic sensor with analogue output PIL P43 Ultrasonic sensor with analogue output Distance from 25 250 mm up to 600 6000 mm 4 20mA 0 10V Programmable window for required distance Programmable rising or falling signal PIL P43 Ultrasonic sensor with analogue output connector PIL P43 Ultrasonic sensor with analogue output connector Distance from 25 250 mm up to 600 6000 mm 4 20mA 0 10V Programmable window for required distance Programmable rising or falling signal PIL P43 Ultrasonic sensor with digital output PIL P43 Ultrasonic sensor with digital output Three different output functions 2 separate outputs 1 output on P43K and P43G Window Program a window where the sensor emits a signal Hysteresis Program the hysteresis for the required switching on and switching off PIL P49 Ultrasonic sensor with analogue output PIL P49 Ultrasonic sensor with analogue output Analogue output 0 10 VDC Fixed window M18 housing with M12 contact PIL P49 Ultrasonic sensor with digital output PIL P49 Ultrasonic sensor with digital output 1

    Original URL path: http://www.oem.co.uk/products/Machine_Safety/Sensors/Ultrasonic/1158552.html (2016-04-25)
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