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Failure Modes & Effects Analysis of Electrical & Fluid Power safety related parts of control systems.
Monitored Pneumatic Valves.
Monitored Hydraulic Valves.
Pneumatic Safety Pressure Switches.
Hydraulic Safety Pressure Switches.
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For a simplified example of how Fluidsentry monitored valves can be interlocked with electrical safety monitoring circuits for an emergency stop function (Risk Categories 3 & 4) please click on the link below. See your product data sheet or contact us for further information.
The innovative range of Fluidsentry safety products are
designed to provide the safety interface between electrical safety
circuits & fluid power systems. Without the correct interlocking, single
faults in fluid power control systems could cause a failure to danger & go
undetected. Keep your operators safe & comply with sandards by including
the suitable Fluidsentry fluid power safety product in your machinery safety application.
Typical applications include:

Presses..........................Palletising Equipment..............Pushers & Ejectors
Guillotines.......................Packaging Machinery..............Guard Access Preconditions
Automated Fixtures..........Robot & Automated Cells........Process Control & Monitoring
Fluidsentry recommend the use of programmable safety monitoring systems when interlocking monitored safety valves to Opto Electronic Safety Devices (e.g Light Curtains & Scanners). This is so that valve stop time can be continuously monitored where stop time for rapid operator access is critical.
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Electrical Monitoring Circuit Example
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