The 2019 North American Elevator Safety Code (ANSI A17.1-2019 / CSA B44-19) defines new and clarifies existing requirements for the means of detecting persons or objects between the doors (2D) or approaching the elevator (3D). CEDES CabSafe™ system, consisting of a Controller, a 2D light curtain and a 3D TOF sensor, can fulfill all these code requirements and more.
The iDiscovery is a powerful SIL 3 and EN 81-20/50 compliant position supervisor unit. In conjunction with CEDES’ APS (Absolute Positioning System) it takes over the safety-relevant functions of an elevator, including enhanced inspection functions for elevators with reduced headroom or pit (EN 81-21).
GridScan/Pro is a highly reliable SIL 2-certified safety light curtain for industrial doors. Equipped with EC type examination certification, it can be used at any door. Thanks to its multi-output design and the changeable operating mode (from blanking to static), the GridScan/Pro can be integrated in all types of door control systems.
The latest version of the cegard/Mini-CC light curtain meets every requirement under EN 81-20. Its criss-cross beams, which remain active up to complete elevator door closure, offer a major increase in elevator door safeguarding.
The ELS 400 light barrier has a very compact design and is ideal if the space on a door profile is limited. With an incredibly small width of only 11.6 mm, it fits perfectly into all standard door profiles.
The TLS 500 is a versatile diffuse-reflective sensor suitable for any application where spot monitoring is needed. Its compact and elegant design allows it to be easily and discreetly integrated into any application.
The Universal Power Supply (UPS) offers a 24 V power supply for sensors, e.g. cegard/Mini. Input voltages ranging from 20 to 265 VAC or 20 to 375 VDC can be converted. The sensor’s semiconductor output will also be converted to a potential-free relay contact.
The power line converter offers a 24 V power supply for sensors, e.g. cegard/Mini. Input voltages ranging from 85 to 265 VAC can be converted. The sensor’s semiconductor output is also converted to a potential-free relay contact.