EC: Simocode pro Safety overload relay fail-safe expansion modules
Safety – Machine safety: Simocode pro Safety from Siemens provides comprehensive protection, control, and communication with motor circuits and process automation, ensuring the safe switch-off of motors, fans, pumps, compressors, or similar applications—making it integral to the entire plant environment. This is a Control Engineering 2012 Engineers’ Choice honorable mention.
Simocode pro Safety from Siemens provides comprehensive protection, control, and communication with motor circuits and process automation. As a solution that ensures the safe switch-off of motors, fans, pumps, compressors, or similar applications, it is integral to the entire plant environment. The safety-oriented use of components is becoming increasingly important in process automation due to situations in which man and the environment need to be protected by the safe shutdown of the machine or plant at any time. As new regulations in safety technology are required, Siemens new fail-safe expansion modules for Simocode pro V DM-F Local and DM-F PROFIsafe make safety an integrated part of a plant's motor management system. Thanks to the integrated diagnostic function, the user is provided with meaningful data outlining the status of the safety system. Simocode pro V features numerous expansion possibilities, including operator panels with/without display, current and voltage measuring modules, digital modules, an analog module, ground-fault module, and temperature module.
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