Industrial Automation

Safety locking devices TR110 Lock - SICK

Safety locking device with transponder monitoring.
The TR110 Lock safety locking device unites the best of proven technologies: high manipulation protection of the transponder technology for monitoring the actuator and the ruggedness and reliability of the mechanical locking device. The self-monitoring semiconductor outputs (OSSDs) with PL e (EN ISO 13849) result in a high level of safety, both for the door and for the locking monitoring. The optional escape release enables unlocking of the locking device from the hazardous area.
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When it comes to locking movable guards securely, the TR110 Lock safety locking device really delivers on everything it promises. Its impressive locking force of up to 3.900 N offers reliable protection. Whether it’s used on covers or flaps to prevent injuries to hands and arms or as protection on access doors, to applications with full body access to the hazardous area, the TR110 Lock reliably prevents users from manually reaching into or accessing such areas while the high coding level of the actuator makes manipulation virtually impossible.
  • PL e for door and locking monitoring (EN ISO 13849);
  • Locking force: up to 3.900 N;
  • Actuator with high coding level (EN ISO 14119);
  • Enclosure rating: IP67, IP69K;
  • Power to lock or power to release variants;
  • Three actuation directions;
  • Optional escape release.
  • Highest level of safety for door and locking monitoring with just one device;
  • High level of machine availability due to a rugged metal locking head and high locking force;
  • High coding level of the actuator fulfils the requirements of EN ISO 14119 on manipulation protection without additional measures;
  • Easy mounting thanks to three actuation directions;
  • The escape release enables use of the locking device in applications in which the hazardous area is not completely visible;
  • Additional application diagnostic outputs simplify diagnostics.
  • Any industry.

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