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Dec 22, 2016—
AutomationDirect Releases New RFID-Coded Non-contact Safety Switches
AutomationDirect has extended its safety products line to include its new LPF-series and SPF-series non-contact RFID-coded safety switches.
These switches employ RFID communication between switch and actuator to provide tamper-proof protection, using both master- and unique-coded actuators. When used in combination with a dual-channel safety relay, the company reports, the switches can provide protection up to Category 4 and PLe to ISO 13849-1.
With switching capability of up to 0.2A, both models are available in unique- and master-coded styles, with 2-, 5- or 10-meter (6.6-, 16.4- or 32.8-foot) pigtail cables or a 250-millimeter (9.8-inch) quick-disconnect cable. Female quick-disconnect cables in 5- and 10-meter lengths, as well as replacement master-coded actuators, are also available.
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