Wherever access or danger areas need to be reliably and cost-effectively protected, SICK safety systems are in demand. State-of-the-art sensor technology, modular design, compact dimensions and a broad range of applications form the basis for safe and efficient manufacturing processes. SICK's comprehensive expertise in the planning, implementation and operation of safety systems has made them number one in this sector.
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With its DFS60S Pro safety encoder and FX3-MOC0 drive monitor, SICK has expanded its portfolio of solutions for the safe monitoring of the drives of mobile machines and, for example, automated guided vehicles (AGVs).
Sick’s IVC-3D stainless steel smart camera has been specially designed for harsh environments combining imaging, lighting and analysis in a single, robust, stainless steel housing.
The M4000 series of multiple light beam safety devices has expanded to include two new 'Advanced Curtain' variants with resolutions that have been increased to 14 and 30 mm.
The S300 is a compact monitoring device for small hazardous areas with a maximum protective field radius of 2 m.
The performance features, long ranges and the differing beam separations and numbers of beams available make the M 4000 standard multiple light-beam safety device a useful industrial safety product.
The IP67 housing in which the C4000 Micro is integrated is a protective housing with a PMMA acrylic pipe and V4A stainless steel end caps. It is compactly constructed so that no inaccessible areas of dirt can form.
Up to six doors on mechanical separating protective equipment can be centrally monitored with the non-contact RE 4000 safety system. The system, consisting of an evaluation unit with sensors and actuators, is certified as category 4 according to EN 954-1. Thus, the system can be used in potentially highly hazardous machines.
The IN 300 and IN 3000 series are inductive systems whose optional cubic or cylindrical sensors detect the presence of metal. Integration of the manual restart and external device monitoring functions in the evaluation modules of the IN series bring about considerable savings in safety relays, as three (IN 300) or six (IN 3000) sensors can be connected to each module.
The category 4 C4000 micro safety curtain is now available in an IP67 housing. Thus non-contact area safeguarding requiring the highest possible safety category complying with IEC 61496 can also be realised wherever process conditions may involve temperature fluctuations, or cleaning with steam or aggressive detergents.
With the RLS 100, Sick has introduced a safety laser scanner complying with IEC/EN61496, Type 3.
The SMS Safety Muting System is a rapidly installable complete system solution for differentiating between persons and material insertion at dangerous machines.
Industrial operators are faced with a challenging task — to create flexible production workflows with a high level of automation, while at the same time ensuring that their people, machines and plants stay protected.
Modern sensor technologies present new opportunities to detect a hazard before an accident occurs. Road and traffic authorities are now able to mitigate risks of oversized vehicles, overheating brakes, speed, driving conditions and traffic density. Anti-collision safety laser scanners are now used in the warehouse for forklifts in narrow aisles and on the docks for safe container-terminal operations.