UL approved E-stop

Minneapolis, Minn.—E-Stop Safety Relay is the first U.S.-built emergency stop relay and the industry's first to be approved by Underwriters Laboratories as a category NISD emergency stop device. This relay monitors for contact failures and wiring faults in emergency stop circuits. Output consists of two redundant switching channels.

06/01/1998


Minneapolis, Minn. —E-Stop Safety Relay is the first U.S.-built emergency stop relay and the industry's first to be approved by Underwriters Laboratories as a category NISD emergency stop device. This relay monitors for contact failures and wiring faults in emergency stop circuits. Output consists of two redundant switching channels. Per ANSI B11.19, the contacts are mechanically linked allowing it to monitor failures of any contact of switch or output relays. Any failure will disable the relay output and prohibit reset. The reset function complies with ANSI B11 and NFPA 79 requiring a reset routine to be performed after returning the emergency stop switch to its closed-contact position.

Banner Engineering Corp.





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