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Fully compliant emergency switches from one HMI supplier

30 November 2011

EAO, the expert for Human Machine Interfaces, supplies the world’s most comprehensive range of safety-compliant emergency switches and accessories.

E-stops from EAO feature twist-to-release actuators and foolproof design in compliance with ISO 13850 (former EN418), EN IEC 60947-5-1, and EN IEC 60947-5-5. They provide immediate shutdown in critical situations through safe/positive break contacts, plus a long service life*.
There’s a wide choice of 16 and 22.5mm products including single-piece E-stops with built-in switch elements, or those with separate actuators and elements to facilitate different production techniques - plug-in or solder, screw, ribbon cable or PCB terminals. There are options for illuminated actuators, twist-to-release or key-to-release actuators. All products are protected against oil and water to a minimum IP 65.
A full range of E-stop accessories are available to complete the switch including shrouds (83mm for compliance to SEMI S2-93/12.4c) switch guards, palm guards and labels.
EAO also supplies several sizes of stop switch, including the world's first with a mounting depth of less than 19mm – the Series 51.
This extensive choice will accommodate virtually any use within factory automation, semiconductor and electronic production, food processing, lifting and moving, public transportation and special vehicles.
* Service life varies with product. Please refer to current technical data for each Series.


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