Industrial Automation

Safety locking devices flexLock - SICK

The flexLock safety locking device with RFID monitoring, from SICK, is characterized by an infinitely variable actuation radius of 180°. It thus offers a high level of flexibility for the safety locking function of doors and flaps – even with small door radii.
The clearly visible LEDs show the device status continuously at all viewing angles. The open locking head and the rounded housing of the flexLock allow for easy cleaning.
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In addition, the high offset tolerance ensures easy mounting and high system availability, even when the door is lowered. Variants for personal or process protection are well suited for use in a wide range of applications up to PL e. The optional escape release allows the locking device to be unlocked from the hazardous area.
  • Innovative design: Open locking head with 180° actuation radius, rounded housing, bright LEDs (visible from three sides);
  • PL e for door and locking monitoring with low or high coding;
  • IP67 and IP69K enclosure rating;
  • High locking force: Up to 3150 N;
  • Flexible actuator for high offset tolerance.
  • Makes machine integration easier thanks to the flexible entry point of the actuator into the locking head − even for applications with small door radii;
  • Provides high manipulation protection at a high coding level;
  • Saves you time and money when cleaning the housing, making it particularly well-suited for use in dirty environments;
  • Ensures a high level of safety thanks to PL e and high locking force;
  • Makes mounting easy and offers you a high machine availability thanks to offset tolerance;
  • Able to be used in hazardous areas that are not fully visible thanks to escape release. 
  • Applications in which high manipulation protection is required;
  • Applications that have high requirements on hygiene and cleaning;
  • Applications with small door radii;
  • Locking of doors for process protection;
  • Protection of persons by locking function in the event of the machine making dangerous overrun movements.

F.Fonseca is the representative of SICK in Portugal. 
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