TLS-GD2 Guard Locking Switches

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    TLS-GD2 Guard Locking Switches

    The TLS-GD2 Guard Locking Switch is a positive-mode, tongue-operated interlock switch. It locks a machine guard closed until power is isolated then keeps the power isolated while the guard is open. The TLS-GD2 has three safety (N.C.) contacts and two auxiliary (N.O.) contacts.

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    TLS-Z GD2 Guard Locking Switches

    The TLS-Z GD2 Guard Locking Switch is an interlock switch that has a uniquely coded RFID door sensor with inductive door position sensing technology. This switch can detect if an actuator key breaks or becomes separated from its door mounted position. Built with the same solid-state technology as the TLS GD2, this switch supports the highest level of safety – Performance Level “e” (Ple) to EN ISO 13849-1.

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    Top Wiring Feeder Disconnect Lighting Contactors

    Bulletin 500L Lighting Contactors are electrically held contactors that switch the current to incandescent filament, fluorescent, mercury arc lamps, and capacitors. You can’t use these contactors on sign flashers.

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    Top Wiring Permanent Magnet Latching Lighting Contactors

    Our Bulletin 500LP Top Wiring Permanent Magnet Latching Lighting Contactors are used to switch the current to incandescent filament, fluorescent, mercury arc lamps, capacitors, and other non-motor and lighting loads. These contactors are offered with 110/120 VAC control voltage.

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    Totally Enclosed AC Motors

    Bulletin CM103 Totally Enclosed Motors are NEMA Premium Efficient AC motors, 1/4…400 Hp.

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    Totally Enclosed Inverter-Duty AC Motors

    Bulletin CM221 Totally Enclosed Motors are vector class small AC motors, 1/4…30 Hp.

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    Trapped Key Bolt Interlock Switches

    Our Bolt Trapped Key Interlock Switches allow access to hazardous areas only when an appropriate key is inserted into the interlock. These stainless steel bolt interlocks provide a rugged, industrial grade method of helping prevent access through gates. With these bolt interlocks, there is no need to run power wires to the gate. These bolt interlocks are available in mechanical, electrical and solenoid switch types.

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    Trapped Key Interlock Exchange Unit Switch

    Our Exchange Units for Trapped Key Interlock Switches are used in an interlocking sequence to link together other devices in the Prosafe® range. These units cater to more complex operating sequences.

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    Trapped Key Solenoid Release Unit

    Our Trapped Key Solenoid Release Unit electrically isolates machinery to improve access safety. The unit consists of a rotary power switch and a solenoid. The trapped key can be removed once an external signal is given to its internal solenoid locking mechanism. An indicator light on the solenoid release unit shows when the trapped key can be removed—that is, when power is applied to the solenoid. The solenoid signal only needs to be present when key removal is necessary.

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    Trapped Key Stopped Motion Unit

    Our Prosafe® Stopped Motion Unit (SMU) is used in applications that require the detection of stopped motion of mechanical parts of a machine. The SMU uses inductive proximity sensors to detect motion and the CU2 control unit to monitor the sensors.

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    Trapped Key Switch with Electronic Timed-delay

    Our Electronic Timed-delay Unit Trapped Key Interlock Switches are used in applications that require an elapsed time to occur before allowing access to a hazardous area. This interlock switch uses a SI Guardmaster® safety relay in combination with an EMD Guardmaster safety relay to execute the timing sequence. Turning a non-removable key initiates the timer. When the EMD times out, its output energizes an internal solenoid which then allows the removal of either one or two trapped keys.

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    Trapped Key Switchgear Adaptors

    Our Trapped Key Switchgear Adaptor is used to interlock preparatory switch gear applications or other host equipment such as spool valves. Power is isolated and locked off when the key is rotated and removed. The key can then be used in the next sequence of operation.