Optical Sensing Edges (OSE, Cat.3)
The safety edges must meet a variety of requirements in these very different application areas. These requirements can be classified in three groups, as follows:
The safety requirements to be met by the safety edges are determined through a hazard analysis and risk assessment. The safety edges must also be approved by a certification agency.
Non-operational safety facilities result in machine downtimes and have a major influence on the workflow. High availability of the system used is therefore essential. In addition, the safety edge must also be resistant to ambient influences, such as moisture, dirt, vibrations, and corrosive media.
Customers benefit from the simple installation, short delivery times and simple logistics.
- Infrared sensor
- For Optical Sensing Edges (OSE)
- High safety and flexibility
- Easy installation
- Suitable for battery systems
- Sectional doors
- Rolling doors
- High-speed doors
- Vertical closing telescopic doors