Transponder-coded guard locking switches for small doors and flaps

The compact Euchner CTM transponder-coded guard locking device from
Treotham provides protection to both process and personnel in the smallest of
spaces, making it the perfect solution for securing small doors and flaps.

At only 120 x 36 x 25 mm in size, the switch is
especially easy to integrate into packaging machines, and is widely used in case
packers as well as dosing, filling and sealing machines.

The innovative ball actuator supported on an elastomer bearing can even
secure doors with extremely small pivoting radii. What’s more, its IP69 rating
also guarantees the highest degree of protection. The switch’s special hygienic
version makes it particularly suitable for the demanding food and
pharmaceutical industries.

The CTM provides reliable Cat. 4/PL e safety door protection according
to EN ISO 13849. Thanks to its different product variants and interfaces, the
switch offers the right solution for every user and is well-suited to Industry
4.0 applications because of its IoT-compatible communication with IO-Link.

Maximum safety throughout the
packaging process

The diverse Euchner safety solutions can be perfectly integrated into
modular systems to protect people, machines and products in the packaging
sector. The product range comprises of guard locking devices and access
management systems as well as products such as door detectors, door locking
systems and pendant stations.

For all of its products, Euchner guarantees exacting quality far
exceeding the requirements in standards and laws. Customers can rely on Euchner
products, which are backed by over 60 years of safety engineering expertise. At its
headquarters in Leinfelden near Stuttgart, this family-run company develops and
manufactures the right solution for any application in any batch size, large or
small. All of the Euchner products are available from Treotham.

For more information, please visit the Treotham Automation website or call 1300 65 75

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