Protection of palletizer stations

The microScan3 or S3000 safety laser scanners use two simultaneous protective fields to enable simultaneous and independent monitoring of two hazardous areas. When entering a hazardous area, only the relevant palletizer robot is stopped. The other robot continues to work. All safety components connect to a safety controller, such as a Flexi Soft, which deactivates the relevant robots in the event of a hazard.

  • Following product families can be used
    Product family Flexi Soft
    The software-programmable safety controller
    • Safety controller with modular hardware platform
    • Configuration saved in the system plug
    • Safe controller networking with Flexi Line
    • Safe series connection with Flexi Loop
    • Safe drive monitoring
    • Safe analog value monitoring
    • Flexi Soft Designer license-free configuration software
    Always available – safety technology in your network
    • Direct integration in PROFINET IO safe bus system
    • 4 m, 5.5 m or 7 m protective field range
    • 4 switchable field sets
    • Managed 2-Port switch for copper or optical fiber based conductors
    • Configuration memory integrated in the system plug
    • Remote diagnostics and configuration through safety controller
    • Simultaneous monitoring of 2 protective fields
    Product family microScan3 Core
    The new generation of safety laser scanners for stationary applications
    • Innovative safeHDDM® scanning technology
    • Protective field range: Up to 9 m, scanning angle: 275°
    • Up to 8 freely configurable fields
    • Up to 4 simultaneous protective fields
    • System plug with configuration memory and M12 plug connectors
    • Safe machine integration via I/Os or via network with EtherNet/IP™ CIP Safety™ or PROFINET PROFIsafe
    • Safe SICK device communication via EFI-pro
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