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Non-Contact Safety Door Switch SG-P

At-a-Glance Recognition of Open / Closed Conditions of All Equipment Doors

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CE , TUV Approved

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Features

Large and Bright Indicators Show the Open / Close Conditions of All Equipment Doors.

When one of the safety door switches connected in series enters a non-detection state, the indicators of all other safety switches flash in green to notify the operator.

The indicator of the safety switch on the closed door flashes to notify the unsafe condition.
The indicators of the safety switches on all other closed doors that are interlocked with the open door flash in green to notify the unsafe condition.
The indicator of the safety switch on the open door lights in bright red.
The indicator of the safety switch on the open door lights in bright red so that the operator can recognize at a glance which equipment door is open.

Two Types to Choose from

For doors with aluminum frames
Visible type

Visible type

For doors without aluminum frames
Compact type

Compact type

Flashing Function Notifies Unsafe Condition

When a door is intentionally kept open, the indicator of the safety switch on that door changes to red and the indicators of the safety switches on all other doors flash in green.
The operator can recognize immediately the equipment status and which door is open.

 BEFORE  Conventional system
When one of the doors was kept open, the indicators of all other interlocked safety switches turned off so there was no way of knowing which door was open without checking each door.
When the safety switch was installed on the inner side of the door, the indicator of the safety switch was not visible from the outside of the equipment area in some cases.
 [Industry’s First*] AFTER  SG-P series
The indicator of the safety switch on the open door changes to red and the indicators on all other doors flash in green.
The operator can recognize immediately the equipment status and which door is open.

Actuator with Industry's First*
"Indicator Light Pass-through System"

The visible type actuator allows the light from the switch body to pass through so that the indicator light is visible from the actuator side.
This ensures high visibility of the safety switches installed on doors with aluminum frames.
* Industry’s first safety door switches with this function as of October 2020, in-company survey.

Indicator Light Pass-through System

Master-Slave (Standard / Sub) System for Reduced Wiring
Serial Connection of Up to 30 Units without Dedicated Controller

The SG-P series standard units, which are used as master units, can output safety signals all at once (OSSD1 / OSSD2).
The sub units used as slave units minimize the wiring for a cascade connection.
There is no need to purchase a dedicated controller. The presently used safety controller / circuit can be connected directly. Up to 30 units can be connected, thus contributing to wire-saving.

Master-Slave (Standard / Sub) System for Reduced Wiring Serial Connection of Up to 30 Units without Dedicated Controller

No Cumbersome Manual Pairing Necessary before Installation

* High-code models (SG-P20□-M-□, SG-P20□-S) only

During the initial setting, bring the switch body close to the actuator and turn on the power to let the safety switch detect the actuator for 3 seconds. This simple procedure completes the pairing. In a cascade connection, pairing can be achieved all at once by simply turning on the power. This reduces the man-hours required for starting up the equipment.
* Low-code models (SG-P10□-M-□, SG-P10□-S) do not require pairing.

No Cumbersome Manual Pairing Necessary before Installation

Helps Prevent Intentional Deactivation of Safety Function

The ISO 14119:2013* international standard stipulates a design requirement that deactivations of safety functions shall be minimized.
Export of equipment sometimes requires to meet this standard. The SG-P series products are available with two different coding levels: High-code models and Low-code models. The High-code models are compatible with ISO 14119* coding level (high level coded actuators) and prevent intentional deactivation of their safety function.
* ISO 14119: Safety of machinery – Interlocking devices associated with guards – Principles for design and selection

[Note]

The countries / regions start sales are limited to Japan, China, South Korea, Thailand, and Europe.(As of October 9th, 2020)

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