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SAFETY CONTROLLERS ARE MADE FOR PRESSES

22-12-2017
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MSI 400 safety controls

Leuze electronic has developed a new series of safety controls especially for use on eccentric and hydraulic presses. The new MSI 400 safety controls feature a compact design and are designed in accordance with the requirements of the EN 692 standard for mechanical presses and the EN 693 standard for hydraulic presses.

The new devices contain tailored and certified function modules for press control and protection, and are particularly suitable for use on small and medium-sized presses.

The predefined press function modules, simulation function and log generator make programming and configuration quick and easy. They enable monitoring of the press procedure and can be used to implement various different operating modes (single stroke, automatic, cyclic, setup mode).

Safety devices such as two-hand switches, footswitches, E-stops and operating mode selector switches and safety sensors can all be easily integrated.

Leuze electronic
1300 538 933
www.leuze.com.au

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