Switch-locking devices provide alternate control method

SLD series switch locking devices from Omron Scientific Technologies Inc. are intended for use as an alternative control method while performing routine, repetitive, or integral tasks to the production process. The SLD series enables personnel to quickly lock a safety interlock switch to a safe position to allow for certain types of maintenance.

10/01/2007



SLD series switch locking devices from Omron Scientific Technologies Inc. are intended for use as an alternative control method while performing routine, repetitive, or integral tasks to the production process. The SLD series enables personnel to quickly lock a safety interlock switch to a safe position to allow for certain types of maintenance. The design and construction of the switch locking device blocks all access points to the actuation mechanism of the safety interlock switch. Designed to accept locks with standard shackle diameters of 5/16 in. or 7 mm, the SLD series is compatible with Omron STI’s T2008, T2011, T4011, T4012, T4016, T5007, T5009, TL4019, TL4024 and TL8012-S safety interlock switches. www.sti.com Omron Scientific Technologies Inc.





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