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| February 27, 2013
Emergency Stop Button with Illuminated Base
The illuminated Emergency Stop button glows yellow when armed, changing to flashing red when pressed.
The pushbutton combines safety operation and high visibility status indication in one housing. With no assembly, individual wiring or additional enclosure required, it enhances productivity as well as safety. The button base is illuminated in yellow when the button is armed and the machine is running or enabled to run. When the button is pushed, the steady yellow turns to flashing red, allowing quick identification of the actuated button to reduce downtime. Multiple buttons can be connected with company’s CSS series hookup cordsets, and some models are compatible with popular safety bus I/O gateways. Units are available with 30 mm mounting base or in surface flush-mount configuration. They are CE compliant to ISO 13850 and IEC 60204-1. Suggested applications include appliance, automotive, food processing, industrial machinery, metalworking, mining, packaging, bottling, paper, pharmaceuticals, plastics, printing and semiconductor.
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