Omron STI creates 2010-2011 guide to machine, process safeguarding
Omron Scientific Technology, Inc. produces the 2010-2011 Guide to Machine and Process Safeguarding, which features all the latest information on the company’s family of machine and process safety solutions.
Omron Scientific Technologies, Inc. introduces the 2010-2011 Guide to Machine and Process Safeguarding. This 650+ page authoritative resource includes all the latest essential information and selection guidelines on the company’s comprehensive family of machine and process safety solutions. The guide also features a robust “safety library” with more than 100 pages of educational resource material including fully-illustrated articles on safety regulations and directives, risk assessment, types of protective measures and background on safety technologies, making it far more than a standard product catalog.
The guide includes a number of newly available safety products, including three new compact safety interlock switches, two new programmable safety controllers and the world’s most compact safety laser scanner, the OS32C, which uses just 5 W of power and can manage up to 70 zone sets.
Featured product categories include:
- Safety Laser Scanners
- Perimeter Access Guards
- Safety Light Curtains
- Safety Edges and Bumpers
- Safety Mats and Area Guards
- Safety Interlock Switches
- Force Guided Relays
- Safety Monitoring Relays
- Programmable Safety Controllers
- Two Hand Control
- Enabling Switch Devices
- Safeguards for Cutting and Turning Machines
- Safeguard Integration Services
Each product page includes a SpeedSPEC number that can be inserted into any Omron STI webpage for instant access to product specifications, certifications, accessories, CAD drawings and installation manuals, and also enables users to quickly request a quote online.
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