Non-contact safety switch series

The Omega LPC/LMC, CPC/CMC, and SPC/SMC series are designed to interlock hinged, sliding, or removable machine guard doors in factory automation applications.

09/14/2016


The Omega LPC/LMC, CPC/CMC, and SPC/SMC series are designed to interlock hinged, sliding, or removable machine guard doors in factory automation applications. Courtesy: Omega EngineeringThe Omega LPC/LMC, CPC/CMC, and SPC/SMC series of coded non-contact safety switches offer construction, universal designs, coded magnetic actuation, and a NEMA PW12 (IP69K) rating to fit a wide range of factory automation applications. They are designed to interlock hinged, sliding, or removable machine guard doors in factory automation applications and can provide an input to a safety programmable logic controller (PLC) to initiate machine shutdown in an emergency situation. Safety switches like these are specifically advantageous in factory automation when poor guard alignment exists, anti-tamper sensing is required, and long life is required (no moving or touching parts). They are designed for the factory automation, packaging, and food processing industries.

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