Touch switch PSENmech

touch switch
touch switch
touch switch
touch switch
touch switch
touch switch
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Other characteristics
mechanical, safety
Protection level

230 V


The mechanical safety switches PSENmech are suitable for safe monitoring of a movable guard. If guards are opened, the safety switches PSENmech are tripped. The hazardous machine movement is then brought to a standstill with the help of the Pilz evaluation device. Using increased extraction force on the actuator, the PSENmech safety switches prevent the safety gate from being opened unintentionally. They comply with the standard EN ISO 14119 (protection against defeat) due to their mechanically coded actuators. Are you looking for safety gate monitoring with guard locking? Certain applications also require the safety gate to be interlocked until the hazardous production process is complete. In this case, a safety gate system with guard locking is the right solution for you. Get to know the big brother of the safety switch PSENmech: The mechanical safety gate system PSENmech with guard locking also holds the safety gate closed until the production machinery has stopped, while also preventing a restart. Find out more under safety gate systems! Economical solution for safety gate monitoring – Your benefits Flexibility and speed during installation thanks to various actuators and multiple actuation directions No additional accessories needed for latching Ability to connect 230 V directly to the contacts Series connection in the field is implemented directly within the switch Built-in manipulation protection Long service life thanks to the robust design and high mechanical load capacity Housing is insensitive to dirt and dust, and is waterproof Safe complete solution in conjunction with Pilz evaluation devices


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