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article image Just one of many new Pilz Safe Automation products for 2005.

LEADING machinery and automation safety specialist, Pilz Safe Automation , will release at least six products at Safety In Action and Materials & Manual Handling from 21-23 March.

Pilz's new emergency stop range, the PIT estop, comes fully prepared for safety applications with dual channel N/C and ID channel N/O to suit Category 4 under AS4024.1. Pilz now supplies a wide range of light curtains with built-in muting.

Also new from the German manufacturer is the PSENmech mechanical safety switch range with a power to open or power to close solenoid lock. Other versions demand increased pullout force and have four vertical and four horizontal actuation directions.

2005 versions of Pilz's trademark Programmable Safety System (PSS) include the PSS 3047SB, with 47 local safety I/O and SafetyBUS p, a safe field bus permitting over 1000 safety I/O. Communication with most field buses is available, including Profibus, ethernet, devicenet, controlnet, interbus and Canopen.

For plug and play operation of the PSS and to make the most of Pilz's sophisticated diagnostics, the safety specialist has introduced a range of economical operator touch screens called PMI.

Visit Pilz Safe Automation's interactive stand H26, Safety In Action and Materials & Manual Handling, from Monday 21 to Wednesday 23 March 2005 at the Melbourne Exhibition Centre. For more information or to register online, visit www.safetyinaction.net.au, phone Australian Exhibitions & Conferences on (03) 9654 7773 or email safety@aec.net.au.

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