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Application Manual June 2005 edition

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Safe Automation

Exclusion of liability We have taken great care in compiling our application manual. It contains information about our company and our products. All statements are made in accordance with the current status of technology and to the best of our know-ledge and belief. However, we cannot except liability for the accuracy and entirety of the information provided, except in the case of gross negligence. In particular it should be noted that statements do not have the legal quality of assurances or assured properties. We are grateful for any feedback on the contents.

Family-owned company with customer value Pilz has a tradition as a family-run company stretching back over 50 years. Real proximity to customers is visible in all areas, instilling confidence through individual consultation, total flexibility and reliable service. Solution supplier for safety and standard Solutions from Pilz protect man, machine and the environment. Thats why all our competency goes into innovative individual products, system solutions that are well thought through plus appropriate services.

Heading into the future together Pilz rigorously pursues clearly defined goals, which at the same time represent the route to a successful future. Our focus is to complete our safe automation range and dovetail this core competency with the expansion of standard solutions.

June 2005 All rights to this publication are reserved by Pilz GmbH & Co. KG. We reserve the right to amend specifications without prior notice. Copies may be made for the users internal purposes. The names of products, goods and technologies used in this manual are trademarks of the respective companies.
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Safe Automation
Solution supplier for safety and standard

Pilz offers a universal concept for economical solutions.

Solution supplier for safety and standard Pilz offers a universal concept for solutions that can be applied right across industry whether safety-related or standard control functions whether plant or machinery centralised or decentralised single product or total solution: with Pilz you will definitely find a solution for your automation function. For electrical safety such as voltage or true power monitoring, electronic S-Range monitoring relays provide the optimum solution. For monitoring E-STOPs, safety gates, light curtains/light barriers, two-hand control and many other functions, we recommend in terms of functional safety Pilz safe control technology. Standard control functions are included. - For simple plant and machinery with up to 4 safety functions, use the safety relays PNOZ X and PNOZelog. - To cover 4 to 14 safety functions, the modular safety system PNOZmulti is the most economical solution. - On complex or distributed plants, PSS-range programmable safety systems and the safe, open bus system SafetyBUS p can be used. Enjoy the benefits of approved, coordinated, complete solutions. Our portfolio is being extended to include control and signal devices such as E-STOP pushbuttons, compatible sensor technology such as safety switches and light curtains/light barriers, and operator terminals for diagnostics and visualisation. A wide range of services round off our business activities.

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Contents

Pilz Business activities


Pilz Products and services

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Editorial
Preface by Renate Pilz, Martin Mehlem, Christian Schlosser, Harald Frster

Standards and directives


Standards and directives

Application examples
Emergency stop applications Safety gate applications ESPE applications Safety mat applications Muting applications Further applications

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Pilz Your partner for practical training


Introduction

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Service
Pre-sales/after sales, addresses of the technical offices in Germany

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Pilz Business Activities

Pilz Business Activities

Contents Pilz Business Activities Products and services

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Pilz Business Activities


Products and services

Control and monitoring technology (Electrical safety to IEC 60204-1)

Electronic monitoring relays

S-Range

Control and signalling

Emergency stop pushbutton Muting lamps

PITestop

PITsign

Sensor technology

Safety switches

Mechanical

PSENmech

Non-contact, magnetic Non-contact, coded Optoelectronic protection devices Light curtain, Light barrier

PSENmag

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Safe control technology (Functional safety to EN 954-1)

Safety relays

Compact

PNOZelog PNOZ X

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Continued Safe control technology (Functional safety to EN 954-1)

Continued Safety relays

Modular

PNOZmulti PNOZpower

Programmable safety systems

Safety systems for centralised solutions

PSS

Safe bus systems

Safety systems for decentralised solutions

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Operating and monitoring Operator terminals PMImicro diag Diagnostics

Line-based operator terminals Operator terminals with touchscreen With PMI-PRO software

PX PXT PMIvisu

Diagnostics and visualisation Diagnostics and visualisation Visualisation

Open hardware platform

PMIopen

Services

Consulting and engineering

Plant assessment Risk assessment Safety concept Safety design CE services Safety sign-off

Training courses

Seminars and courses

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Editorial

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Contents Editorial Preface by Renate Pilz, Pilz GmbH & Co. KG Preface by Martin Mehlem, Trade association (BG) for precision engineering and electrical engineering Preface by Christian Schlosser, TV Austria Preface by Harald Frster, Pilz GmbH & Co. KG

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Editorial
Preface Renate Pilz, Pilz GmbH & Co. KG
That plant and machinery are made safe, man and machine are protected and safety considerations become a worldwide standard this is the task of each and every Pilz employee. For Pilz regards itself as an ambassador for safety. So safety is more than just a product. Safe automation is thorough expertise, demonstrated partly in innovative products, and partly in advice, engineering and training. This application manual is intended to contribute towards this, to provide a guide to help you configure and commission your plant and machinery safely. In this I wish you every success. And should you have any questions: we are happy to provide support, because we want to be an innovative, reliable and successful partner.

Renate Pilz, Managing Partner, Pilz GmbH & Co. KG, Ostfildern

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Editorial
Preface Martin Mehlem, Trade association (BG) for precision engineering and electrical engineering
These days, the monitoring and protection measures that need to be implemented within automation technology are becoming increasingly complex. Safety devices and production processes must be totally compatible. The development of state-ofthe-art technology is another factor, where even simple safety functions are implemented through complex electronic circuits and only the outputs still use conventional relays. Greater flexibility in the selection and use of automation devices is now a matter of course. Martin Mehlem, Manager of notified body, Electrotechnical committee, Trade association (BG) for precision engineering and electrical engineering, Cologne The standards world has also undergone a change. In order to cover as many applications as possible, the new standards are often very complex. So the work involved even for simpler components becomes very laborious and complicated. Many factors have to be considered during project configuration and installation. A safe system often needs to be made up of many individual components. The required safety level is only achieved with the right selection and combination of hardware and software components. Application examples can help the user implement control systems which comply with the new standards.

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Editorial
Preface Christian Schlosser, TV Austria
When a book is published, it is customary to invite someone to write a preface. When this custom is maintained even for technical literature, in my opinion that is a sign of style and quality, and I am happy to support it with my contribution. First of all I would like to thank Mrs Renate Pilz and all her staff for their personal commitment and effort, who through innovative products and solutions help to create a safe working environment. By continually monitoring the standards and working with the standards body, as well as co-operating closely with notified test houses, Pilz is able to produce this manual and provide users with important information on the current status of the standards. As for the support provided by this application manual, I can only encourage all users to take up the technical support offered by Pilz. For practice has shown that with support from Pilz, even in difficult cases, it is possible to find a solution that both conforms with the directives and is attractive economically. Finally I would like to thank Pilz for their excellent, faithful co-operation and wish the company and all users of its products and solutions every success in the realisation of a safe working environment whether in the implementation of new technical applications or the upgrade of existing plant and machinery.

Dipl.-Ing. Christian Schlosser, TV Austria, division: Machinery, lifts and conveyors, Machinery and equipment safety, Vienna

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Preface Harald Frster, Pilz GmbH & Co. KG
For many years Pilz has been seeking a way to offer its customers added value. Every day, numerous colleagues from development to customer support work on developing innovative products, services and the best possible solutions for our customers. They look for constant dialogue with our customers, so that their wishes and requirements can be taken into consideration. It is not just a question of the right product, but above all of where, how and from whom to find competent, practical implementation support. Products that require explanation need descriptions, descriptions need clarifications, clarifications result in examples. And once again you will find a great number of these in our application manual. They communicate more quickly and directly how products and technologies are applied and used. People working in the field appreciate nothing more than complete, working examples. They can use these as a base, which can be enlarged or expanded quite simply and clearly. Our application manual will provide guidance and help safety technology to be considered from the very start, in the specification and design phases. The standards overview, applications, and circuit diagrams show the way, making it easier to deal with safetyrelated requirements. Despite all the examples and guidance, individual questions will still remain. We will happily share our experiences from numerous applications and
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Standards And Directives

Standards And Directives

Contents Standards And Directives European directives and status of the standards in Europe Legal regulations outside Europe and Standards for functional safety Risk parameters and categories Functional safety and legal status of EN/IEC 61508 Risk analysis

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European directives and status of the standards in Europe

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Fig. 1: Incorporation of the directives into domestic law (using Germany as an example) European directives The concept of a single European internal market in terms of the New Approach can be traced right back to the start of the 70s: The low voltage directive was the first piece of European legislation to take into account the approach towards harmonisation of a common internal market. Products that are covered by one or more of the following directives have to apply a CEmark, i.e. the product must be accompanied by a declaration of conformity. With a declaration of conformity, the manufacturer confirms that his product meets all the requirements of the European directives applicable to his product. This means he can launch and sell his product within the scope of the EU without consideration of any national regulations. Lifts Construction products Pressure equipment directive EMC directive ATEX Appliances burning gaseous fuels Machinery directive Medical device directive Low voltage directive Personal protective equipment Safety of toys directive 95/16/EC 89/106/EEC 97/23/EC 89/336/EEC 94/9/EC 90/396/EEC 98/37/EC 93/42/EEC 73/23/EEC 89/686/EEC 88/378/EEC The directives are addressed to member states, who are obliged to incorporate the European directives into domestic law. In Germany, this is normally achieved through the device safety law.

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European directives and status of the standards in Europe

A standards have priority over all others and deal with essential safety requirements for machinery

EN ISO 12100 Safety of machinery EN 1050 Risk assessment

B1 standards deal with aspects of safety B2 standards deal with safety devices C standards deal with specific types or groups of maschinery

B1, B2 C

EN 954-1 Safety-related parts EN 574 Two-hand controls EN 418 Emergency stop equipment

EN 12415 Turning machines EN 422 Blow moulding machines EN 692 Mech. presses

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Fig. 2: Standards pyramid Status of the standards in Europe The legal status of standards is continuously discussed. Inside Europe, i.e. within the scope of the European directives that are subject to the CE-marking obligation, a manufacturer is not bound by standards or other specifications. He simply needs to comply with the health and safety requirements of the directive(s). The associated benefits of a division between standards and legislation are obvious: it is easier for legislators to agree on the essential requirements than on technical details. Also, the directives do not regularly have to be adapted to the state of technology; member states can use their own legal system for incorporation and the manufacturer is free to select how he implements the requirements of the directive. So what are the benefits of applying the standards? With so-called harmonised standards with presumption of conformity, there is a shifting of the burden of proof, i.e. if a manufacturer applies these standards, he can assume that he will also comply with the specific requirements of the European directives. It would therefore be up to the regulatory authorities to prove that a manufacturer did not meet the legal requirements. However, should a manufacturer deviate from the harmonised standards, he himself must prove how he has met the essential safety requirements. This is generally done via a hazard analysis. In practice people endeavour to apply the harmonised standards, unless the products concerned are highly innovative and no harmonised standards yet exist. The standards for which this presumption effect applies can be researched in the Official Journal of the EU (e.g. on the Internet). Standards in Europe are subdivided into A, B and C standards.

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Standards And Directives


Legal regulations outside Europe and Standards for functional safety

Legal regulations outside Europe The situation is somewhat different in the USA: primarily there are two types of standards: ANSI (American National Standards Institute) and OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration). OSHA standards are published by the state and compliance is mandatory. ANSI standards, on the other hand, are developed by private organisations and generally their application is not strictly essential. However, ANSI standards are still quoted as part of a contract. And yet ANSI standards are being taken over by OSHA. You can still come across the NFPA (National Fire Protection Association), which developed NFPA 79 as a counterpart to EN 60204-1, for example. The OSHA standards can be compared with the European directives. Unlike the European directives, OSHA standards are more involved with formulating requirements for technical specifications than with abstract requirements. The legal foundations in the USA can be seen as a mix of product standards, fire codes (NFPA), electrical codes (NEC) and national laws. Local government bodies have the authority to monitor that these codes are being enforced and implemented. Russia and the CIS states implemented GOST-R certification some years ago. This means that technical devices falling within a specific product catalogue must undergo a

certain certification process. Machinery and any corresponding technical accessories undergo a type approval test through a European notified body, for example. This test is generally recognised by a Russianbased approvals body. From the point of view of safety, the same requirements apply as in Europe. China, on the other hand, has introduced CCC certification. Similar to the position in Russia, technical products are subject to mandatory certification through a national approvals body in China. In addition, production sites are inspected. If a technical device falls with the scope of the product catalogue, which is subdivided into 19 categories, certification is mandatory, otherwise it will be necessary to supply a type of declaration of no objection from a national notified body. Japan is currently in a transition period: the plan is for Japan to adopt the European new approach in other words, to keep standards and legislation separate. At the moment the international ISO and IEC standards are being directly incorporated into national legislation, which is why people are currently confronted with frequent amendments to laws and lengthy implementation periods. Standards for functional safety Different standards may be called upon to observe functional safety on control systems,

depending on the application. In the area of machine safety, EN 954-1 is the main standard for safety-related control systems. This applies to the whole chain from the sensor to the actuator, irrespective of the technology. The risk graphs and corresponding risk parameters can be used to estimate the potential risk for danger zones on machinery. The category is initially established without the use of risk-reducing measures.

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Risk parameters and categories with EN 954-1

Risk parameters S = Severity of injury: 1 = Slight (normally reversible) injury 2 = Serious (normally irreversible) injury, including death F = Frequency and/or exposure to the hazard 1 = Seldom to quite often and/or exposure time is short 2 = Frequent to continuous and/or exposure time is long P = Possibility of avoiding the hazard 1 = Possible under specific conditions 2 = Scarcely possible

Category B Basic category with no special requirements = good industrial standard Category 1 Safety-related parts must be designed and constructed using well-tried components and well-tried safety principles. Well-tried means: the components have been widely used in the past with successful results in similar applications, or they have been manufactured using principles that demonstrate their suitability and reliability for safetyrelated applications. Example: safety switch with forced-opening contacts. Well-tried safety principles are circuits constructed in such a way that certain faults can be avoided by the appropriate arrangement or layout of components. Example: avoiding a short circuit through appropriate separation, avoiding component failures that result from over-dimensioning, using the failsafe principle (on switching off). Note: When a fault occurs it can lead to the loss of the safety function.

be designed so that their safety function(s) are checked at suitable intervals by the machine control system. The safety function(s) must be checked: at the machine start-up and prior to the initiation of any hazardous situation; periodically during operation, if the risk assessment and the kind of operation show that it is necessary. This check may be initiated automatically or manually. Automatically, for example, the check may be initiated by a signal generated from a control system at suitable intervals. The automatic test should be provided by preference. The decision about the type of test depends on the risk assessment and the judgement of the end user or machine builder. If no fault is detected, operation may be approved as a result of the test. If a fault is detected, an output must be generated to initiate an appropriate control action. A second, independent shutdown route is required for this. Notes: In some cases Category 2 is not applicable because the checking of the safety function cannot be applied to all components and devices. Moreover, the cost involved in implementing Category 2 correctly may be considerable, so that it may make better economic sense to implement a different category. In general Category 2 can be realised with electronic techniques. The system behaviour allows the occurrence of a fault to lead to the loss of the safety function between checks; the loss of the safety function is detected by the check.

Category 3 Safety-related parts of control systems must be designed so that a single fault in any of these parts does not lead to the loss of the safety function. Whenever reasonably practicable, the single fault shall be detected at or before the next demand upon the safety function. This does not mean that all faults will be detected. The accumulation of undetected faults can lead to an unintended output signal and a hazardous situation at the machine. Category 4 Safety-related parts of control systems must be designed so that a single fault in any of these parts does not lead to a loss of the safety function; the single fault must be detected at or before the next demand upon the safety functions (e.g. immediately at switch on, at the end of a machine operating cycle). If this detection is not possible, then an accumulation of faults shall not lead to a loss of the safety function.

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Categories

Fig. 3: Risk graph from EN 954

Categories in accordance with EN 954-1 Category 2 The control system requirements derived from the risk graph are specified as follows: Safety-related parts of control systems must

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Functional safety and legal status of EN/IEC 61508

Functional safety with EN/IEC 61508? EN/IEC 61508 is regarded as a generic safety standard, which deals with the functional safety of electrical, electronic and programmable electronic systems, irrespective of the application. One of the main tasks of EN/IEC 61508 is to serve as a basis for the development of application-oriented standards. Standards committees are currently busy in the areas of machine safety with EN/IEC 62061, and process safety with EN/IEC 61511. Also under revision is EN 954, the standard harmonised under the scope of the machinery directive, which in future will be listed as EN/ISO 13849. These sector-specific standards are intended to continue the principle approaches of EN/IEC 61508 and to implement the requirements for the relevant application area in a suitably practical manner.

What is the legal status of EN/IEC 61508? As EN/IEC 61508 is not listed in the Official Journal of the European Communities for implementation as a European directive, it lacks the so-called presumption effect. If the standard is used on its own, a control system designer cannot assume that the relevant requirements of the specific European directive have been met.

Machinery sector

Medical sector

IEC61 620

IEC04 623

IEC08 615
Transport sector

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IEC13 615

Process sector

Power station sector

Fig. 4: Sector standards from IEC 61508

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Risk analysis

Risk analysis Under the terms of the machinery directive, a machine manufacturer must carry out a risk analysis in order to identify all the hazards that apply to his machine. This analysis must then be taken into account in the design and construction of the machine. This requirement also applies to operators who act as manufacturers under the terms of the machinery directive. For example, this may occur with machines that are interlinked or for machinery that has been upgraded and substantially modified. EN 1050 contains Principles for risk assessment on machinery. These approaches can be called upon as part of a comprehensive analysis. EN 954-1 expands on EN 1050 with regard to the assessment of safety-related parts of control systems.

Start Determination of the limits of the machine Hazard identification Risk analysis Risk estimation Risk evaluation Is the machinery safe? Risk reduction Risk assessment

Lifecycles, limits application area, training level, other groups of people, etc. Annex A of EN 1050 point 4, EN 292-1 etc. Extent, probability, group of people, human factors, reliability of the safety function, possibility of defeat, etc.

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Hazard removed? Protective measures appropriate? User information sufficient?

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The hazards emanating from a machine may be many and varied. For example, it is necessary to consider not just mechanical hazards through crushing and shearing, but also thermal and electrical hazards and hazards from radiation. Risk reduction is therefore an iterative process, i.e. it is carried out before and during the planning phase and after completion of the plant or machine.

Fig. 5: Iterative process in accordance with EN 1050

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Application Examples

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Application Examples
Contents by application

Contents Emergency stop applications PNOZ X1P Single-channel operation, contact expansion PNOZ X3P Interlinked machines, galvanically isolated PNOZ X3.10P Automatic reset after power supply failure PNOZ X7P 230 VAC in the input circuit, manual reset PNOZ X9P Interlinked machines, galvanically isolated PNOZ X10.11P Interlinked machines, galvanically isolated PNOZ X10.11P Interlinked machines, not galvanically isolated PNOZ XV1P Safe standstill of a drive PNOZ XV1P Safe standstill of an exhaust fan PNOZ XV2P Safe standstill of a master drive Safety gate applications PNOZ X1P Test requirement via PLC PNOZ X2P PSEN 1.1p safety switch PNOZ X2.8P Connecting four PSEN 1.1p in series PNOZ X2.8P Connecting four PSEN 1.1p in series PNOZ X2.8P Connecting three PSEN cs2.1p in series PNOZ X2.8P PSEN me1S/1AS with guard locking PNOZ X3P PSEN me1S/1AS with guard locking and E-STOP PNOZ X3P Override with enable switch PNOZ X3.10P PSEN me1S/1AS and PSEN me2/2AS with guard locking PNOZ X3.10P Connecting two PSEN cs2.1p in series PNOZ X8P Standstill monitoring PNOZ XV3P Safe standstill of a master drive ESPE applications PNOZ X2.9P PSEN op4F light curtain PNOZ X3P PSEN op4F light curtain PNOZ X3.10P PSEN op4F light curtain PNOZ X8P PSEN op4H light curtain PNOZ X10.11P PSEN op4H light curtain

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Contents Safety mat applications PNOZ X7P Safety mat monitoring PNOZ X9P Safety mat monitoring Muting applications PMUT X1P Cross muting with lamp monitoring PMUT X1P Serial muting with lamp monitoring Further applications PNOZ X7P Tolerance switch (level switch) with PZE X4VP PSWZ X1P Releasing safety gate guard locking after standstill * in accordance with EN 954-1

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Application Examples
Contents by type

Contents PMUT X1P PMUT X1P PNOZ X1P PNOZ X1P PNOZ X2P PNOZ X2.8P PNOZ X2.8P PNOZ X2.8P PNOZ X2.8P PNOZ X2.9P PNOZ X3P PNOZ X3P PNOZ X3P PNOZ X3P PNOZ X3.10P PNOZ X3.10P PNOZ X3.10P PNOZ X3.10P PNOZ X7P PNOZ X7P PNOZ X7P PNOZ X8P PNOZ X8P PNOZ X9P PNOZ X9P PNOZ X10.11P PNOZ X10.11P PNOZ X10.11P PNOZ XV1P PNOZ XV1P PNOZ XV2P PNOZ XV3P PSWZ X1P Cross muting with lamp monitoring Serial muting with lamp monitoring Single-channel operation, contact expansion Test requirement via PLC PSEN 1.1p safety switch Connecting four PSEN 1.1p in series Connecting four PSEN 1.1p in series Connecting three PSEN cs2.1p in series PSEN me1S/1AS with guard locking PSEN op4F light curtain Interlinked machines, galvanically isolated PSEN me1S/1AS with guard locking and E-STOP Override with enable switch PSEN op4F light curtain Automatic reset after power supply failure PSEN me1S/1AS and PSEN me2/2AS with guard locking Connecting two PSEN cs2.1p in series PSEN op4F light curtain 230 VAC in the input circuit, manual reset Safety mat monitoring Tolerance switch (level switch) with PZE X4VP Standstill monitoring PSEN op4H light curtain Interlinked machines, galvanically isolated Safety mat monitoring Interlinked machines, galvanically isolated Interlinked machines, not galvanically isolated PSEN op4H light curtain Safe standstill of a drive Safe standstill of an exhaust fan Safe standstill of a master drive Safe standstill of a master drive Releasing safety gate guard locking after standstill Category 4* Category 4* Category 2* Category 2* Category 4* Category 3* Category 3* Category 4* Category 3* Category 4* Category 4* Category 2* Category 4* Category 4* Category 4* Category 4* Category 4* Category 4* Category 2* Category 4* Category 1* Category 3* Category 4* Category 3* Category 4* Category 4* Category 4* Category 4* Category 3* Category 3* Category 3* Category 3* Category 3*

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4.0

* in accordance with EN 954-1 2005-06

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4.0-3

4.0

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4.0-4

Emergency Stop Applications

Contents Emergency stop applications PNOZ X1P Single-channel operation, contact expansion PNOZ X3P Interlinked machines, galvanically isolated PNOZ X3.10P Automatic reset after power supply failure PNOZ X7P 230 VAC in the input circuit, manual reset PNOZ X9P Interlinked machines, galvanically isolated PNOZ X10.11P Interlinked machines, galvanically isolated PNOZ X10.11P Interlinked machines, not galvanically isolated PNOZ XV1P Safe standstill of a drive PNOZ XV1P Safe standstill of an exhaust fan PNOZ XV2P Safe standstill of a master drive * in accordance with EN 954-1

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Category 2* Category 4* Category 4* Category 2* Category 3* Category 4* Category 4* Category 3* Category 3* Category 3*

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4.1

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4.1-1

Emergency Stop Applications


Category 2, EN 954-1 PNOZ X1P - Single-channel operation, contact expansion
Features ` Single-channel operation ` Manual reset ` Contact expansion through PZE X4P and positive-guided contactor ` Feedback circuit to monitor contact expansion ` Up to Category 2 of EN 954-1 Feedback circuit The positive-guided N/C contact on contactor K3 is monitored in the safety relays reset/feedback circuit Y1-Y2. The feedback circuits are interlinked. Safety assessment ` Earth fault in the input circuit is detected. ` A fault on the device does not lead to the loss of the safety function. ` The safety relay PNOZ X1P (K1) is tested in each on/off cycle. The E-STOP pushbutton S1 must be operated at appropriate intervals to perform a function test. This must be recorded in the plants operating manual (organisational measure). An E-STOP is not a primary safety measure, just a precautionary measure for emergencies (EN 292-2). A start-up test is therefore not required. As the PNOZ X1P cannot be tested automatically, a second shutdown route is required (e.g. via a main switch or a master contactor). Pilz products
Number 1 1 1 1 Description PNOZ X1P PZE X4P PIT es1.11 PIT esb1.1 Order number 777 100 777 585 400 100 400 305

4.1

Description E-STOP function When the E-STOP pushbutton S1 is operated, the supply voltage on the safety relay PNOZ X1P (K1) is interrupted and the safety contacts open. The safety contacts on the contact expander module PZE X4P (K2) open and the contactor K3 deenergises. Start/reset The safety relay PNOZ X1P (K1) can be started by pressing reset button S2 if: ` E-STOP pushbutton S1 has not been operated and ` The relays on the contact expander module PZE X4P (K2) have de-energised and ` Contactor K3 has de-energised.

Pilz GmbH & Co. KG, Sichere Automation, Felix-Wankel-Strae 2, 73760 Ostfildern, Germany, Telephone: +49 711 3409-0, Telefax: + 49 711 3409-133, E-Mail: pilz.gmbh@pilz.de

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24VD C

2 4VDC

11

-S1
E-S top 12

-F1
24 VDC 4A

- F2
2 4VD C 4A

-K1
.2

13

14

-K 1
A1

- K2
A1

- K2
.5

13

14

A1

A1

24 V

A2

PNOZ X1P
Y1 Y2 A2

2 4V

A2

PZE X4 P
Y1 Y2

A2

13

-S2
star t/ res et 14

- K3
.7

21

22

4.1
A1

-K 3
A2

0VDC

PN OZ X 1P 777 100
PNOZ X1P 24VDC

PZE 777

X4 P 58 5
PZE X4P 24VDC 3RT1016-1BB42

0 VDC

13 23 33 41

14 24 34 42

.5

13 23 33 43 Y1

14 24 34 44 Y2

.7

1 3 5 21

2 4 6 22 .6

PIT

es1 .11 100

400 PIT

esb 1.1 305

400

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Em ergen cy S top application Ca tegor y 2 EN 954-1

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& Co .KG

Eme rgen cy S top single-channel wit h ex pander mod ule

D ire cto ry: . .PN OZ\ 05PI L00 4

F el ix-W ank el-S tr. 2 7 37 60 O stf ilde rn

PN OZX1P
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Pilz GmbH & Co. KG, Sichere Automation, Felix-Wankel-Strae 2, 73760 Ostfildern, Germany, Telephone: +49 711 3409-0, Telefax: + 49 711 3409-133, E-Mail: pilz.gmbh@pilz.de

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4.1-3

Emergency Stop Applications


Category 4, EN 954-1 PNOZ X3P Interlinked machines, galvanically isolated
Features ` Dual-channel operation with detection of shorts across contacts ` Series connection of two E-STOP pushbuttons ` Interlinked machines (Master-Slave), galvanically isolated ` Monitored reset ` Contact expansion through PZE X5P and positive-guided contactors ` Feedback circuit to monitor contact expansion ` Up to Category 4 of EN 954-1 (K15) have diagnostic outputs for display or for evaluation by a PLC. Feedback circuit The positive-guided N/C contacts on contactors K16, K17, K19, K20, K22 and K23 are monitored in the reset/feedback circuits S13-S14 of the respective safety relays. When driving machine 1, the reset/ feedback circuit S33-S34 is linked to the feedback circuit on the contact expander module K15. Safety assessment ` The following equipment must be installed in a single mounting area (control cabinet) in order to exclude a short across the output: - Safety relay PNOZ X3P (K14), contact expander module PZE X5P (K15), contactors K16 and K17 (machine 1) - Safety relay PNOZ X3P (K18), contactors K19 and K20 (machine 2). - Safety relay PNOZ X3P (K21), contactors K22 and K23 (machine 3). Earth faults and shorts between contacts in the input circuit are detected. An fault on the device does not lead to the loss of the safety function. The safety relay PNOZ X3P (K14) can be started when the input circuit at K14 is closed first, followed by the reset button S14. This avoids an unwanted reset before the input circuit is closed or as a result of the reset button being overridden. E-STOP pushbuttons may be connected in series in Category 4 (in accordance with EN 954-1), if it is possible to predict that only one E-STOP pushbutton will ever be operated at one time.

Start/reset
The safety relay PNOZ X3P on Machine 1 (K14) can be started by pressing reset button S14 if: ` E-STOP pushbuttons (S12, S13) have not been operated and ` The relays on the contact expander module PZE X5P (K15) have deenergised and ` Contactors K16 and K17 have deenergised. The safety relay PNOZ X3P on machine 2 (K18) is started automatically if: ` The safety contacts on K15 are closed and ` Contactors K19 and K20 have deenergised. The safety relay PNOZ X3P on machine 3 (K21) is started automatically if: ` The safety contacts on K15 are closed and ` Contactors K22 and K23 have deenergised.

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4.1

Description E-STOP function When one of the E-STOP pushbuttons S12, S13 is operated, machine 1 (Master) plus machines 2 and 3 (Slaves) are stopped. When one of the E-STOP pushbuttons is operated, the input circuit on the safety relay PNOZ X3P (K14) is opened and the safety contacts on K14 open. This interrupts the input circuit on the contact expander module PZE X5P (K15) and contactors K16 and K17 de-energise. The safety contacts on the PZE X5P open. This also interrupts the input circuits on the safety relays PNOZ X3P (K18 and K21). Their safety contacts open and contactors K19, K20, K22 and K23 de-energise. The safety relays PNOZ X3P (K14, K18, K21) and contact expander module PZE X5P

Pilz products
Number 3 1 2 Description PNOZ X3P PZE X5P PITestop Set1.1 Order number 777 313 777 150 400 410

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24VD C

M ac h i ne

1 ( M as t er )

24 VDC

+24V PLC/external

11

21

-F 6
2 4VDC 6A

-S12
E -St op 12 22

11

21

-S13
E -St op 12 22

- K14
.2

23

-K 14
.2

13

24

14

- K14
A1 S3 1 S2 1 S22 S32 S11 S12

- K15
A1 Y 31 Y1 Y2 U K1 K2

A1

A1

24 -240 V

A2

PNOZ X3P
Y3 1 Y3 2 S13 S14 S33 S34 A2

24 V

A2

P ZE X5P
Y3 2 Y3 5 Y3 Y4

A2

Y 30

Y 30

13

+24V PLC/external

0V PLC/external

-S14
0V PLC/external

- A3

s tart / rese t

14

-A3

- A3

-K16
.8

21

22

4.1
A1 A1

E 7 .2

-K17
.8

21

-K16
E 7 .0 E 7. 1 A2

-K17
A2

PLC

22

PLC

PLC

0VDC

P NOZ 777

X3P 31 3
PNOZ X3P 24-240VAC/DC

M as ter

act ive

PZE 777

X5 P 15 0
PZE X5 P

Ma ste r PZ E a cti ve

PZE

OK

0V DC

24VDC

3RT1016-1BB42

3 RT1016-1BB42

P ITes top 13 23 33 41 14 24 34 42 .8 .7

Set 1.1 13 23 33 43 53 Y1 14 24 34 44 54 Y2 6. 1 6. 2 6. 6 6. 7 1 3 5 21 2 4 6 2 2 .4 1 3 5 21 2 4 6 22 .4

4 00 4 10 P ITes top Set 1.1

4 00 4 10

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Int erli nked mac hines Master Sla ve, gal vani call y isolated mac hine 1 (Master)

D ire cto ry: . .PN OZ\ 05PI L00 4

F el ix-W ank el-S tr. 2 7 37 60 O stf ilde rn

PN OZX3P
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Pilz GmbH & Co. KG, Sichere Automation, Felix-Wankel-Strae 2, 73760 Ostfildern, Germany, Telephone: +49 711 3409-0, Telefax: + 49 711 3409-133, E-Mail: pilz.gmbh@pilz.de

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24VD C

M a c hi n e 2

(S l a ve )

2 4VDC

M a ch i ne

3 ( S l av e)

- F7
2 4VD C 6A

-F8
24 VDC 6A

-K15
5.5

13

-K15
5 .5

23

-K15
5 .5

33

- K15
5. 5

43

14

24

34

44

- K18
.1

13

-K2 1
.6

13

14

14

-K18
A1 S 31 S 21 S2 2 S3 2 S1 1 S12

-K 21
A1 S3 1 S2 1 S22 S32 S11 S12

4.1

A1

A1

2 4-24 0V

A2

PNO Z X3P
Y 31 Y 32 S1 3 S1 4 S3 3 S34 A2

24- 240 V

A2

PNOZ X3P
Y3 1 Y3 2 S13 S14 S33 S34

A2

Y 30

Y3 0

+24V PLC/external

22 21

+24V PLC/external

0V PLC/external

0V PLC/external

-A3

- K19
.3

21

-A3

-K2 2
.8

21

22 21

- K20
.4

-K2 3
.9

22

A1

A1

22

A1

A1

-K 19
E 7.3 A2

-K20
A2

-K22
E 7 .4 A2

-K23
A2

PLC
0 VDC

PLC

0VDC

P NOZ

X3 P

S la ve a cti ve

PN OZ 777

X3P 313
PNOZ X3P

S lav e ac tiv e

77 7 31 3
PNO Z X3P 24-240VAC/DC 3RT1016-1BB42 3RT1016-1BB42

2 4-240VAC/DC

3RT1016-1BB42

3RT101 6-1BB42

13 23 33 41

14 24 34 42

.3

1 3 5 21

2 4 6 2 2 .2

1 3 5 21

2 4 6 22 .2

13 23 33 41

14 24 34 42

.8

1 3 5 21

2 4 6 22 .7

1 3 5 21

2 4 6 22 .7

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Int erli nked mac hines Master Slave gal vani call y isolated mac hine 2+3 (Slav e)

D ire cto ry: . .PN OZ\ 05PI L00 4

F el ix-W ank el-S tr. 2 7 37 60 O stf ilde rn

PN OZX3P
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De p.

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Notes

4.1

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4.1-7

Emergency Stop Applications


Category 4, EN 954-1 PNOZ X3.10P Automatic reset after power supply failure
Features ` Dual-channel operation with detection of shorts across contacts ` Series connection of three E-STOP pushbuttons ` Automatic reset after power supply failure (voltage return) ` Manual reset after E-STOP ` Contact expansion through positiveguided contactors ` Feedback circuit to monitor contact expansion ` Up to Category 4 of EN 954-1 Start/reset The safety relay PNOZ X3.10P (K12) can be started by pressing reset button S13 if: ` E-STOP pushbuttons (S10 ... S13) have not been operated and ` Contactors KM1 and KM2 have deenergised. Feedback circuit The positive-guided N/C contacts on contactors KM1 and KM2 are monitored in the safety relays reset/feedback circuit S13-S14. Safety assessment ` The safety relay PNOZ X3.10P (K12) and contactors KM1 and KM2 must be installed in a single mounting area (control cabinet) in order to exclude a short across the output. ` Earth faults and shorts between contacts in the input circuit are detected. ` A fault on the device does not lead to the loss of the safety function. ` The device can be started if reset button S13 is closed. ` E-STOP pushbuttons may be connected in series in Category 4 (in accordance with EN 954-1), if it is possible to predict that only one E-STOP pushbutton will ever be operated at one time. CAUTION! When the supply voltage is switched on and when voltage is returned after a power failure, the outputs are activated automatically. Pilz products
Number 1 1 3 Description PNOZ X3.10P PZW PITestop Set1.1 Order number 777 314 774 042 400 410

4.1

Description E-STOP function When one of the E-STOP pushbuttons (S10 ... S12) is operated, the input circuit on the safety relay PNOZ X3.10P (K12) is interrupted and the safety contacts open. Contactors KM1 and KM2 de-energise. When voltage is returned (after failure of the 24 VDC supply voltage), the safety contact (momentary contact) on the safety timer PZW (K13) switches on. The safety relay PNOZ X3.10P (K12) restarts automatically. The pulse time is set via the rotary switch on the safe timer PZW (K13). The safety relay PNOZ X3.10P (K12) has a diagnostic output for display or for evaluation by a PLC.

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24VD C

24VD C L1 L2 L3

4 00VA C

- F4
11 21

-F5

-S10
E-S top 12 22

2 4VD C 6A

11

21 1 3 5

-S11
E-S top 12 22

-KM1
.7

11

21 13 1 3 5

-S12
E-S top 12 22

- K12
.1

-KM2
.8

14

- K12
A1 A1 S 31 S2 1 S2 2 S3 2 S11 S12 S15 S16

- K13
A1

A1

A1

A2

PN OZ X3 .10P
Y 30 Y3 1 Y3 2 S1 3 S14 S33 S34 A2

24 V

A2

PZW
t =0,0 5-3 s Y1 Y2

A2

A2

+24V PLC/external

0V PLC/external

-A3 -K 13
.5

PE- SCH. 17

-KM1
.7 13

21

18

22 A1 A1

- S13
s tart / rese t E 9 .0 14

- X1

PE

4.1

-KM2
.8

21

-K M1
A2

-KM2
A2 U1 V1 W1

22

PLC -M1
0VDC P NOZ 777 X3. 10P 31 4
PNOZ X3.10P 2 4 V A C / DC

PN OZ a cti ve

P ZW 774 04 2
PZW 24VDC 3RT1016-1BB42

0VDC

M 3 ~

3RT1016-1BB42

P ITe stop 13 23 33 41 14 24 34 42 .7 4 00 P ITe stop 4 00 P ITe stop 4 00

Se t1.1 410 Se t1.1 410 Se t1.1 410 17 18 .3 1 3 5 21 2 .8 4 .9 6 .9 22 .4 1 3 5 21 2 .8 4 .9 6 .9 2 2 .4

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Eme rgen cy S top with automatic start after pow er f ailu re w hen used with PZW

D ire cto ry: . .PN OZ\ 05PI L00 4

F el ix-W ank el-S tr. 2 7 37 60 O stf ilde rn

PN OZX3.10P
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4.1-9

Emergency Stop Applications


Category 2, EN 954-1 PNOZ X7P 230 VAC in the input circuit, manual reset
Features ` Single-channel operation, 230 VAC in the input circuit ` Manual reset ` Contact expansion through positiveguided contactor ` Feedback circuit to monitor contact expansion ` Up to Category 2 of EN 954-1 Feedback circuit The positive-guided N/C contact on contactor K2 is monitored in the safety relays feedback circuit Y1-Y2. Safety assessment ` Earth fault in the input circuit is detected. ` A fault on the device does not lead to the loss of the safety function. ` The safety relay PNOZ X7P (K1) is tested in each on/off cycle. The E-STOP pushbuttons (S1 ... S3) must be operated at appropriate intervals to perform a function test. This must be recorded in the machines operating manual (organisational measure). An E-STOP is not a primary safety measure, just a precautionary measure for emergencies (EN 292-2). A start-up test is therefore not required. As the PNOZ X1P cannot be tested automatically, a second shutdown route is required (e.g. via a main switch or a master contactor). Pilz products
Number 1 3 3 Description PNOZ X7P PIT es1.11 PIT esb1.1 Order number 777 056 400 100 400 305

4.1

Description E-STOP function When one of the E-STOP pushbuttons (S1 ... S3) is operated, the supply voltage on the safety relay PNOZ X7P (K1) is interrupted and the safety contacts open. Contactor K2 de-energises. Start/reset The safety relay PNOZ X7P (K1) can be started by pressing reset button S4 if: ` E-STOP pushbuttons (S1 ... S3) have not been operated and ` Contactor K2 has de-energised.

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L1

L1 L1 L2 L3

4 00V AC

11

-S1
E-St op 12

- Q1 -F1
230V AC 4A 2 4 6

11

-S2
E-St op 12 1 3 5

11

- Q2
2 4 6

-S3
E-St op 12

-K1
A1

-K1
.3

13

14 1 3 5

A1

-K2
.5

230 V

A2

PNOZ X7P
Y1 Y2 PE

A2

13

-S4
s tar t/ res et 14 PE- SCH .

-K 2
.5

21

22 A1

-K2
A2

- X1

PE

4.1

PE

PE

U1

V1

W1

-M1
N PN OZ X 7P 7 77 056
X7 230VAC DIL 00M-01 (230V 5 0 H Z)

M 3 ~

P NOZ

13 23

14 . 5 24

1 3 5 21

2 4 6 22

.8 .8 .9 .3

PI T e s1.1 1 / PI T e sb1. 1 / PI T e s1.1 1 / PI T e sb1. 1 / PI T e s1.1 1 / PI T e sb1. 1 /

40 0 10 0 40 0 30 5 40 0 10 0 40 0 30 5 40 0 10 0 40 0 30 5

R evi sio n N ame

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Eme rgen cy S top with 230V AC at pus hbut ton circ uit, manual start

D ire cto ry: . .PN OZ\ 05PI L00 4

F el ix-W ank el-S tr. 2 7 37 60 O stf ilde rn

PN OZX7P
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4.1-11

Emergency Stop Applications


Category 3, EN 954-1 PNOZ X9P Interlinked machines, galvanically isolated
Features ` Dual-channel operation with detection of shorts across contacts ` Series connection of four E-STOP pushbuttons ` Interlinked machines (Master-Slave), galvanically isolated ` Monitored reset ` Contact expansion through PZE 9P and positive-guided contactors ` Feedback circuit to monitor contact expansion ` Up to Category 3 of EN 954-1 Start/reset The safety relay PNOZ X9P (K1) can be started by pressing reset button S2 if: ` E-STOP pushbuttons (S1, S3 .. S5) have not been operated and ` Contactors K2 and K3 have de-energised and ` The relays on the contact expander modules PZE 9P (K4, K7, K10) have deenergised and ` Contactors K5, K6, K8, K9, K11 and K12 have de-energised. Feedback circuit The positive-guided N/C contacts on contactors K2, K3, K5, K6, K8, K9, K11 and K12 are monitored in feedback circuits Y1-Y2 of the respective safety relays and contact expander modules. The feedback circuits are interlinked. Safety assessment ` The following equipment must be installed in a single mounting area (control cabinet) in order to exclude a short across the output: - Safety relay PNOZ X9P (K1) and contactors K2 and K3 (machine 1). - Contact expander module PZE 9P (K4) and contactors K5 and K6 (machine 2). - Contact expander module PZE 9P (K7) and contactors K8 and K9 (machine 3). - Contact expander module PZE 9P (K10) and contactors K11 and K12 (machine 4). ` Earth faults and shorts between contacts in the input circuit are detected. ` A fault on the device does not lead to the loss of the safety function. ` The safety relay PNOZ X9P (K1) can be started when the input circuit at K1 is closed first, followed by the reset button S2. This avoids an unwanted reset before the input circuit is closed or as a result of the reset button being overridden.

4.1

Pilz products
Number 1 3 4 Description PNOZ X9P PZE 9P PITestop Set1.1 Order number 777 609 777 140 400 410

Description E-STOP function When one of the E-STOP pushbuttons S1, S3.. S5 is operated, machine 1 (Master) plus machines 2 ... 4 (Slave) are stopped. When one of the E-STOP pushbuttons is operated, the input circuit on the safety relay PNOZ X9P (K1) is interrupted, the safety contacts on K1 open and contactors K2 and K3 de-energise. This also interrupts all the input circuits on the contact expander modules PZE 9P (K4, K7, K10). Their safety contacts open and contactors K5, K6, K8, K9, K11 and K12 de-energise.

Pilz GmbH & Co. KG, Sichere Automation, Felix-Wankel-Strae 2, 73760 Ostfildern, Germany, Telephone: +49 711 3409-0, Telefax: + 49 711 3409-133, E-Mail: pilz.gmbh@pilz.de

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Ma c h in e 1
24VD C K 1/S1 1 /2 .0

K 1/S2 1 /2 .0

S 1/11 /2 .0

-F1
24 VDC 6A S 1/21 /2 .0

11

21

-S 1
E-S top 12 22

-K1
A1 73 A1 74 24V A2 Y31 S11 S21 S 22 S 12 S1 1 S5 2

-K1
.3

PN OZ X9P
Y30 Y32 Y35 S 33 S 34 S 37 Y1 Y1 Y2

A2

- K2
13 .1

21

-S 2
sta rt/ r eset 14

22 21 K 34/Y 2 /2 .0

- K3
.2

22 K 34/Y 1 /2 .0

4.1

A1

A1

-K2
A2

-K3
A2

0VDC

PNO Z X 9P 7 77
3 RT1016-1BB42 3RT101 6-1BB42

PIT esto p S et1. 1 400


PNOZ X 9P 24VDC

609

41 0

1 3 5 21

2 4 6 22 .6

1 3 5 21

2 4 6 22 .6

13 23 33 43 53 63 73 81 91

14 24 34 44 54 64 74 82 92

2.1 2.5 2.8 2.2 2.6 2.9 .1

P age 1 of 2
R evi sio n N ame 2 1.06 .05 WE D Da te Na me 19 .01. 05 WED

Em ergen cy S top application Ca tegor y 3 EN 954-1

P il z Gm bH

& Co .KG

Eme rgen cy S top 2-channel mac hine s ga lvan ically isolated Mas ter Slav e with PZE

D ire cto ry: . .PN OZ\ 05PI L00 4

F el ix-W ank el-S tr. 2 7 37 60 O stf ilde rn

PN OZX9P
P age:

De p.

CS

Pilz GmbH & Co. KG, Sichere Automation, Felix-Wankel-Strae 2, 73760 Ostfildern, Germany, Telephone: +49 711 3409-0, Telefax: + 49 711 3409-133, E-Mail: pilz.gmbh@pilz.de

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M a c hi n e 2
1 .9/ K1/ S21 1 .9/ K1/ S11

Ma c h in e 3

Ma c h in e

1.9/ S1 /11 1.9/ S1 /21 11 21 11 21 11 21

-S3
E-S top 12 22

-S 4
E-S top 12 22

- S5
E- Stop 12 22

24VD C

24V DC

24V DC

-K1
1 .3

13

-K1
1.3

23

-K 1
1.3

33

14

24

34

-F 2
2 4VDC 6A 13

- K4
A1 U1 K1 K2 U2

- F3
2 4VDC 6A 13

- K7
A1 U1 K1 K2 U2

- F4
24VD C 6A 13

-K10
A1 U1 K1 K2 U2

4.1
A1 .8 14 2 4V A2

-K 4
.1

A1

-K 7 PZ E 9P
Y1 Y2 Y3 Y4 .5

A1

- K10 PZ E 9P
Y1 Y2 Y3 Y4

14

2 4V

A2

14

2 4V

A2

P ZE 9P
Y1 Y2 Y3 Y4

A2

A3

A2

A3

A2

A3

-K5
.0

21

-K1
1 .3

43

-K8
.4

21

-K1
1 .3

53

-K11
.7

21

-K1
1 .3

63

22 21

44

22 21

54

22 21

64

A1

A1

-K6
.1

A1 22

A1

-K9
.4

A1 22

A1

-K12
.7

-K5
A2

-K6
A2

-K8
A2

-K9
A2

-K 11
A2

-K1 2
A2

22

0VDC

0VD C

0VD C

1 .9/ K34 /Y2 1 .9/ K34 /Y1 P ZE 777 9P 14 0 P ITe sto p S et1. 1 400 410 PZE 9P P IT esto p S et1. 1 400 410 PZE 9P PIT est op S et1 .1 400 41 0

77 7 14 0

77 7 1 40

3RT1016-1BB42

3 RT1016-1BB42

PZE

9P

24VAC/DC

3RT1016-1BB42

3RT1016-1BB42

PZE

9P

24VAC/DC

3RT1016-1BB42

3RT1016-1BB42

PZE

9P

24VAC/DC

1 3 5 21

2 4 6 2 2 .2

1 3 5 21

2 4 6 22 .2

13 23 33 43 53 63 73 83 91 Y1

14 24 34 44 54 64 74 84 92 Y2

.0

1 3 5 21

2 4 6 2 2 .5

1 3 5 21

2 4 6 22 .5

13 23 33 43 53 63 73 83 91 Y1

14 24 34 44 54 64 74 84 92 Y2

.4

1 3 5 21

2 4 6 22 .8

1 3 5 21

2 4 6 2 2 .8

13 23 33 43 53 63 73 83 91 Y1

14 24 34 44 54 64 74 84 92 Y2

.7

P age 2 of 2
R evi sio n N ame 2 1.06 .05 WE D Da te Na me 19 .01. 05 WED

Em ergen cy S top application Ca tegor y 3 EN 954-1

P il z Gm bH

& Co .KG

Eme rgen cy S top 2-channel mac hine s ga lvan ically isolated Mas ter Slav e with PZE

D ire cto ry: . .PN OZ\ 05PI L00 4

F el ix-W ank el-S tr. 2 7 37 60 O stf ilde rn

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De p.

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Pilz GmbH & Co. KG, Sichere Automation, Felix-Wankel-Strae 2, 73760 Ostfildern, Germany, Telephone: +49 711 3409-0, Telefax: + 49 711 3409-133, E-Mail: pilz.gmbh@pilz.de

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Notes

4.1

Pilz GmbH & Co. KG, Sichere Automation, Felix-Wankel-Strae 2, 73760 Ostfildern, Germany, Telephone: +49 711 3409-0, Telefax: + 49 711 3409-133, E-Mail: pilz.gmbh@pilz.de

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Emergency Stop Applications


Category 4, EN 954-1 PNOZ X10.11P Interlinked machines, galvanically isolated
Features ` Dual-channel operation with detection of shorts across contacts ` Monitored reset ` Interlinked machines, galvanically isolated ` Separate reset on each machine ` Contact expansion through positiveguided contactors ` Feedback circuit to monitor contact expansion ` Up to Category 4 of EN 954-1 Start/reset The safety relay PNOZ X10.11P (K14 / K18) can be started by pressing reset button S13 / S15, if E-STOP pushbutton S12 / S14 has not been operated. The safety relay PNOZ X10.11P (K15 / K19) is started automatically if: ` The safety contacts on K14 (machine 1) / K18 (machine 2) are closed and ` Contactors K16 and K17 / K20 and K21 have de-energised. Feedback circuit The positive-guided N/C contacts on contactors K16, K17 and K20, K21 are monitored in feedback circuits Y1-Y2 of the respective safety relays. Safety assessment ` The following equipment must be installed in a single mounting area (control cabinet) in order to exclude a short across the output: - Safety relay X10.11P (K15), contactors K16 and K17 (machine 1). - Safety relay PNOZ X10.11P (K19), contactors K20 and K21 (machine 2). ` Earth faults and shorts between contacts in the input circuit are detected. ` A fault on the device does not lead to the loss of the safety function. ` The safety relay PNOZ X10.11P (K14) can be started when the input circuit at K14 is closed first, followed by reset button S13. The safety relay PNOZ X10.11P (K18) can be started when the input circuit at K18 is closed first, followed by reset button S15. This avoids an unwanted reset before the input circuit is closed or as a result of the reset button being overridden.

4.1

Pilz products
Number 4 2 Description PNOZ X10.11P PITestop Set 1.1 Order number 777 750 400 410

Description E-STOP function When one of the two E-STOP pushbuttons (S12, S14) is operated, both machines are stopped. When one of the E-STOP pushbuttons is operated, the input circuits on the safety relays PNOZ X10.11P (K14 / K18) are interrupted and safety contacts K14 / K18 open. This interrupts the input circuit on safety relays K15 and K19. The safety contacts on both units open and contactors K16, K17 and K20, K21 de-energise.

Pilz GmbH & Co. KG, Sichere Automation, Felix-Wankel-Strae 2, 73760 Ostfildern, Germany, Telephone: +49 711 3409-0, Telefax: + 49 711 3409-133, E-Mail: pilz.gmbh@pilz.de

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Machine 1
24VDC 24VDC

-K14
.1 11 21

13

-K14
.1

23

-F3
24 24VDC 6A

14

-S12
E-Stop 12 22

-K18
3.1

13

-K18
3.1

23

-K15
.5

13

14

24

14

-K14
A1 A1 S11 S21 S22 S12 S11 S12 Y3 Y3

-K15
A1 A1 S11 S21 S22 S12 S11 S12 Y3 Y3

A1

A1

24V

A2

PNOZ X10.11P
S34 S37 S12 Y1 Y1 Y1 Y2 Y2 A2

24V

A2

PNOZ X10.11P
S34 S37 S12 Y1 Y1 Y1 Y2 Y2

A2

A2

S33

A2

S33

-K16
.8 13

21

22 21

-S13
start/ reset 14

-K17
.9

22

A1

A1

4.1

-K16
A2

-K17
A2

0VDC

0VDC

PNOZ X10.11P 777 750


PNOZ X10.11P

PITestop Set1.1 400 410

PNOZ X10.11P 777 750


PNOZ X10.11P 3RT1 016-1BB42 3RT1016-1 BB42

13 23 33 43 53 63 71 81 91 01

14 24 34 44 54 64 72 82 92 02

.6 .6 3.6 3.6

13 23 33 43 53 63 71 81 91 01

14 .9 24 34 44 54 64 72 82 92 02

1 3 5 21

2 4 6 22 .8

1 3 5 21

2 4 6 22 .8

Page 1 of 2
Revision Name 22.06.05 WED Date Name 19.01.05 WED

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Machine 2
24VDC 24VDC

-K18
.1 11 21

33

-K18
.1

43

-F4
44 24VDC 6A

34

-S14
E-Stop 12 22

-K14
2.1

33

-K14
2.1

43

-K19
.5

13

34

44

14

-K18
A1 A1 S11 S21 S22 S12 S11 S12 Y3 Y3

-K19
A1 A1 S11 S21 S22 S12 S11 S12 Y3 Y3

A1

A1

4.1
PNOZ X10.11P
S34 S37 S12 Y1 Y1 Y1 Y2 Y2

24V

A2

PNOZ X10.11P
S34 S37 S12 Y1 Y1 Y1 Y2 Y2 A2

24V

A2

A2

A2

S33

A2

S33

-K20
.8 13

21

22 21

-S15
start/ reset 14

-K21
.9

22

A1

A1

-K20
A2

-K21
A2

0VDC

0VDC

PNOZ X10.11P 777 750


PNOZ X10.11P

PITestop Set1.1 400 410

PNOZ X10.11P 777 750


PNOZ X10.11P 3RT1 016-1BB42 3RT1016-1 BB42

13 23 33 43 53 63 71 81 91 01

14 24 34 44 54 64 72 82 92 02

2.6 2.6 .6 .6

13 23 33 43 53 63 71 81 91 01

14 .9 24 34 44 54 64 72 82 92 02

1 3 5 21

2 4 6 22 .8

1 3 5 21

2 4 6 22 .8

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Revision Name 22.06.05 WED Date Name 19.01.05 WED

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Emergency Stop machines galvanically isolated

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Pilz GmbH & Co. KG, Sichere Automation, Felix-Wankel-Strae 2, 73760 Ostfildern, Germany, Telephone: +49 711 3409-0, Telefax: + 49 711 3409-133, E-Mail: pilz.gmbh@pilz.de

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Notes

4.1

Pilz GmbH & Co. KG, Sichere Automation, Felix-Wankel-Strae 2, 73760 Ostfildern, Germany, Telephone: +49 711 3409-0, Telefax: + 49 711 3409-133, E-Mail: pilz.gmbh@pilz.de

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Emergency Stop Applications


Category 4, EN 954-1 PNOZ X10.11P Interlinked machines, not galvanically isolated
Features ` Dual-channel operation with detection of shorts across contacts ` Series connection of four E-STOP pushbuttons, not galvanically isolated ` Interlinked machines (Master-Slave) ` Monitored reset ` Contact expansion through PZE 9P and positive-guided contactors ` Feedback circuit to monitor contact expansion ` Up to Category 4 of EN 954-1 Start/reset The safety relay PNOZ X10.11P (K25) can be started by pressing reset button S17 if: ` E-STOP pushbuttons (S16, S18 .. S20) have not been operated and ` Contactors K27 and K28 have deenergised and ` The relays on the contact expander modules PZE 9P (K26, K29, K32, K35) have de-energised and ` Contactors K30, K31, K33, K34, K36 and K37 have de-energised. Feedback circuit The positive-guided N/C contacts on contactors K27 ... K37 are monitored in feedback circuits Y1-Y2 of the respective safety relays and contact expander modules. The feedback circuits are interlinked. Safety assessment ` The following equipment must be installed in a single mounting area (control cabinet) in order to exclude a short across the output: - Safety relay PNOZ X10.11P (K25), contactors K27 and K28 (machine 1). - Contact expander module PZE 9P (K29), contactors K30 and K31 (machine 2). - Contact expander module PZE 9P (K32), contactors K33 and K34 (machine 3). - Contact expander module PZE 9P (K35), contactors K36 and K37 (machine 4). Earth faults and shorts between contacts in the input circuit are detected. A fault on the device does not lead to the loss of the safety function. The safety relay PNOZ X10.11P (K25) can be started when the input circuit at K25 is closed first, followed by reset button S17. This avoids an unwanted reset before the input circuit is closed or as a result of the reset button being overridden. IE-STOP pushbuttons may be connected in series in Category 4 (in accordance with EN 954-1), if it is possible to predict that only one E-STOP pushbutton will ever be operated at one time.

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4.1

Description E-STOP function When one of the E-STOP pushbuttons (S16, S18 ... S20) is operated, machine 1 (Master) plus machines 2 ... 4 (Slave) are stopped. When one of the E-STOP pushbuttons is operated, the input circuit on the safety relay PNOZ X10.11P (K25) is interrupted, the safety contacts on K25 open and contactors K27 and K28 de-energise. This interrupts the input circuits on the contact expander modules PZE 9P (K26, K29, K32 and K35). Their safety contacts open and contactors K30, K31, K33, K34, K36 and K37 deenergise.

Pilz products
Number 1 4 4 Description PNOZ X10.11P PZE 9P PITestop Set1.1 Order number 777 750 777 140 400 410

Pilz GmbH & Co. KG, Sichere Automation, Felix-Wankel-Strae 2, 73760 Ostfildern, Germany, Telephone: +49 711 3409-0, Telefax: + 49 711 3409-133, E-Mail: pilz.gmbh@pilz.de

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Ma c h in e 1
24VD C

K 26/S 11 /5 .0 K 26/S 21 /5 .0

-F7
24 VDC 6A

S 16/1 1 /5 .0 S 16/2 1 /5 .0

11

21

-S16
E -Sto p 12 22 23

- K25
.3

24

-K 25
A1 13 A1 14 24V A2 A1 S11 S21 S22 S12 S 11 S 12 Y3 Y3

-K26
A1 U1 K1 K2 U2

-K2 5
.3

A1

PN OZ X 10.11P
S33 S34 S37 S12 Y1 Y1 Y1 Y2 Y2 A2

24V

A2

PZE 9P
Y1 Y2 Y3 Y4

A2

A2

A3

-K2 5
.3

33

34

-K27
13 .1

21

-S17
A1 A1 s tart / res et 14

22 21

-K28
.1

4.1
K 26/Y 2 /5 .0 K 25/Y 1 /5 .0

-K27
A2

-K28
A2

22

0VDC

P NOZ

X10 .11 P 750


PNOZ X10.11P

PI Tes top

Set 1.1

PZE

9P

777
3RT1016-1BB42 3RT101 6-1BB42

40 0 4 10

7 77 1 40
PZE 9P 24VAC/DC

1 3 5 21

2 4 6 22 .5

1 3 5 21

2 4 6 22 .5

13 23 33 43 53 63 71 81 91 01

14 24 34 44 54 64 72 82 92 02

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P age 1 of 2
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Int erli nked mac hines Master Slave with PZE, E-S top circ uit not g alvanically isolated

D ire cto ry: . .PN OZ\ 05PI L00 4

F el ix-W ank el-S tr. 2 7 37 60 O stf ilde rn

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Pilz GmbH & Co. KG, Sichere Automation, Felix-Wankel-Strae 2, 73760 Ostfildern, Germany, Telephone: +49 711 3409-0, Telefax: + 49 711 3409-133, E-Mail: pilz.gmbh@pilz.de

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M a c hi n e 2
4 .5/ K 26/ S21 4 .5/ K 26/ S11

Ma c h in e 3

Ma c h in e

4.5/ S16 /11 4.5/ S16 /21 11 21 11 21 11 21

-S1 8
E-S top 12 22

-S 19
E-S top 12 22

- S20
E- Stop 12 22

24VD C

24V DC

24V DC

-K25
4 .3

43

-K25
4.3

63

-K 26
4.7

23

44

64

24

-F 8
2 4VDC 6A 13

- K29
A1 U1 K1 K2 U2

- F9
2 4VDC 6A 13

- K32
A1 U1 K1 K2 U2

- F10
24VD C 6A 13

-K35
A1 U1 K1 K2 U2

4.1

-K 29
.1

A1

-K 32 PZ E 9P
Y1 Y2 Y3 Y4 .5

A1

- K35 PZ E 9P
Y1 Y2 Y3 Y4 .8

A1

14

2 4V

A2

14

2 4V

A2

14

2 4V

A2

P ZE 9P
Y1 Y2 Y3 Y4

A2

A3

A2

A3

A2

A3

-K30
.0

21

-K25
4 .3

53

-K33
.4

21

-K26
4 .7

13

-K36
.7

21

-K26
4 .7

33

22 21

54

22 21

14

22 21

34

-K31
.1 A1 A1

-K34
.4 A1 A1

-K37
.7 A1 A1

22

22

22

-K30
A2

-K31
A2

-K3 3
A2

-K34
A2

-K 36
A2

-K37
A2

0VDC 4.9/ K26 /Y2 4.9/ K25 /Y1 P ZE 777


3RT1016-1BB42

0VD C

0VD C

9P 14 0
PZE 9P

P ITe sto p S et1. 1 400


24VAC/DC

PZE 777
3RT1016-1BB42

9P 14 0
PZE 9P

P IT esto p S et1. 1 400


24VAC/DC

PZE

9P

PIT est op S et1 .1 400


PZE 9P 24VAC/DC

410

410
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77 7 1 40
3RT1016-1BB42

41 0

3 RT1016-1BB42

3RT1016-1BB42

1 3 5 21

2 4 6 2 2 .2

1 3 5 21

2 4 6 22 .2

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1 3 5 21

2 4 6 2 2 .5

1 3 5 21

2 4 6 22 .5

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1 3 5 21

2 4 6 2 2 .8

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P age 2 of 2
R evi sio n N ame 2 1.06 .05 WE D Da te Na me 19 .01. 05 WED

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Int erli nked mac hines Master Slave with PZE, E-S top circ uit not g alvanically isolated

D ire cto ry: . .PN OZ\ 05PI L00 4

F el ix-W ank el-S tr. 2 7 37 60 O stf ilde rn

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P age:

De p.

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Pilz GmbH & Co. KG, Sichere Automation, Felix-Wankel-Strae 2, 73760 Ostfildern, Germany, Telephone: +49 711 3409-0, Telefax: + 49 711 3409-133, E-Mail: pilz.gmbh@pilz.de

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Notes

4.1

Pilz GmbH & Co. KG, Sichere Automation, Felix-Wankel-Strae 2, 73760 Ostfildern, Germany, Telephone: +49 711 3409-0, Telefax: + 49 711 3409-133, E-Mail: pilz.gmbh@pilz.de

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4.1-23

Emergency Stop Applications


Category 3, EN 954-1 PNOZ XV1P Safe standstill of a drive
Features ` ` ` ` Dual-channel operation Monitored reset Safe standstill of a drive after E-STOP Contact expansion through positiveguided contactors ` Feedback circuit to monitor contact expansion ` Up to Category 3 of EN 954-1 Start/reset The safety relay PNOZ XV1P (K1) can be started by pressing reset button S2 if: ` E-STOP pushbutton S1 has not been operated and ` Contactors K2 and K3 have deenergised. Feedback circuit The positive-guided N/C contacts on contactors K2 and K3 are monitored in the safety relays feedback circuit S33-S34. Safety assessment ` The safety relay (K1) and contactors K2 and K3 must be installed in a single mounting area (control cabinet) in order to exclude a short across the output. ` Earth faults in the input circuit are detected. ` A fault on the device does not lead to the loss of the safety function. ` The safety relay PNOZ XV1P (K1) can be started when the input circuit at K1 is closed first, followed by reset button S2. This avoids an unwanted reset before the input circuit is closed or as a result of the reset button being overridden. ` The delay time set for the safety relay PNOZ XV1P (K1) must be longer than the maximum braking time on the drive regulator A1. Pilz products
Number 1 1 Description PNOZ XV1P PITestop Set1.1 Order number 777 601 400 410

4.1

Description E-STOP function When the E-STOP pushbutton S1 is operated, both the drive and the supply to the drive are shut down after a delay time. When the E-STOP pushbutton S1 is operated, the input circuit on the safety relay PNOZ XV1P (K1) is interrupted, safety contact 14 on K1 opens immediately and triggers a fast stop at the drive controller A1. The delay-on de-energisation safety contact 37-38 switches off contactors K2 and K3 after a delay. In this way, the drive controller A1 is isolated from the energy supply (mains) after a delay. The delay-on deenergisation time is set on the safety relay.

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24VD C

24V DC L1 L2 L3

4 00V AC

-F1
24 VDC 4A

-F2
24V DC 4A

-F 3

-K 2
.4 11 21

-S1
E-S top 12 22

-K 3
.5 37 13

-K1
.2

-K1
.2

38

14

- K1
A1 S 21 S2 2 S3 2 S11 S12

-A1

U1

V1

W1

A1

PN OZ XV1P
24 V A2 t =0, 1.. .3s
quick stop

A2

S1 4

S33

S34

-K 2
.4 13

21

U2

V2

W2

22 PE- SCH .

-S2
s tar t/ res et 14

-K 3
.5

21 A1 22 A1

4.1
-K2
A2

-K3
A2

- X1
0VD C

PE

0VDC

U1 P NOZ 777 XV 1P 60 1
PNOZ XV1P

V1

W1

P ITe sto p Se t1. 1 400 410


3RT1016-1BB42 3RT101 6-1BB42

-M1

M 3 ~

24VDC

13 23 37

14 24 38

.5 .4

1 3 5 21

2 4 6 22

.8 .8 .8 .3

1 3 5 21

2 4 6 22

.8 .8 .8 .3

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Saf e st oppi ng of a drive by Emer gency Stop

D ire cto ry: . .PN OZ\ 05PI L00 4

F el ix-W ank el-S tr. 2 7 37 60 O stf ilde rn

PN OZXV1P
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Emergency Stop Applications


Category 3, EN 954-1 PNOZ XV1P Safe standstill of an exhaust fan
Features ` Dual-channel operation ` Monitored reset ` Delayed standstill of an exhaust fan after E-STOP ` Contact expansion through positiveguided contactors ` Feedback circuit to monitor contact expansion ` Up to Category 3 of EN 954-1 ` Contactors K5, K6, K7 and K8 have deenergised. Feedback circuit The positive-guided N/C contacts on contactors K5 ... K8 are monitored in the safety relays feedback circuit S33-S34. Safety assessment ` The safety relay (K4) and contactors K5, K6, K7 and K8 must be installed in a single mounting area (control cabinet) in order to exclude a short across the output. ` Earth faults in the input circuit are detected. ` A fault on the device does not lead to the loss of the safety function. ` The safety relay PNOZ XV1P (K4) can be started when the input circuit is closed first, followed by reset button S4. This avoids an unwanted reset before the input circuit is closed or as a result of the reset button being overridden. ` The risk analysis must show that the continued movement of the exhaust fan after the E-STOP does not present an additional hazard. Pilz products
Number 1 1 Description PNOZ XV1P PITestop Set1.1 Order number 777 602 400 410

4.1

Description E-STOP function When the E-STOP pushbutton S3 is operated, motor M2 is shut down immediately and motor M3 after a delay time. When the E-STOP pushbutton S3 is operated, the input circuit on the safety relay PNOZ XV1P (K4) is interrupted, safety contact 13-14 on K1 opens immediately and contactors K5 and K6 de-energise. The safety contact 37-38 opens after a delay time. The contactors K7 and K8 de-energise after a delay time. The delay-on deenergisation time is set on the safety relay K1. Start/reset The safety relay PNOZ XV1P (K4) can be started by pressing reset button S4 if: ` E-STOP pushbutton (S3) has not been operated and

Pilz GmbH & Co. KG, Sichere Automation, Felix-Wankel-Strae 2, 73760 Ostfildern, Germany, Telephone: +49 711 3409-0, Telefax: + 49 711 3409-133, E-Mail: pilz.gmbh@pilz.de

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24VD C

24 VDC L1 L2 L3

400 VAC

- F4
2 4VD C 4A

-F5
24 VDC 4A

- F6

-F7

- K5
.3 11 21

-K7
.5

-S 3
E-S top 12 22

- K6
.4

-K8
.6

- K4
A1 S 21 S 22 S 32 S1 1 S1 2

- K4
.1

13

-K4
.1

37

14

38

A1

P NOZ XV1P
2 4V A2 t =1. ..30 s

A2

S 14

S3 3

S3 4

- K5
.3 13

21

- K7
.5

21 PE -SC H. 22 A1 A1 A1 A1 PE- SCH .

22

-S 4
sta rt/ r eset 14

4.1
-X2
0V DC U1 V1 W1 U1 V1 W1 1 2 3 PE

- K6
.4

21

- K8
.6

21

-K 5
A2

-K6
A2

-K7
A2

- K8
A2

- X3

PE

22

22

0VDC

PNO Z X V1P 77 7 60 2

PIT esto p S et1. 1 400


PNOZ XV1P

41 0
3RT1016-1BB42 3RT1016-1BB42 3RT 1016-1BB42 3RT1016 -1BB42

-M 2

M 3 ~

-M3

M 3 ~

24VDC

13 23 37

14 24 38

.3 .5

1 3 5 21

2 .7 4 .7 6 .7 22 .2

1 3 5 21

2 4 6 22

.7 .7 .7 .2

1 3 5 21

2 4 6 22

.8 .8 .9 .2

1 3 5 21

2 4 6 22

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Del ayed sto ppin g of an exhaust fan aft er E mergency S top

D ire cto ry: . .PN OZ\ 05PI L00 4

F el ix-W ank el-S tr. 2 7 37 60 O stf ilde rn

PN OZXV1P
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De p.

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Emergency Stop Applications


Category 3, EN 954-1 PNOZ XV2P Safe standstill of a master drive
Features ` Dual-channel operation ` Monitored reset ` Safe standstill of a master drive after E-STOP ` Contact expansion through positiveguided contactors ` Feedback circuit to monitor contact expansion ` Up to Category 3 of EN 954-1 Start/reset The safety relay PNOZ XV2P (K1) can be started by pressing reset button S2 if: ` E-STOP pushbutton S1 has not been operated and ` The master drives feedback contact (A1, 1/2) is closed and ` Contactors K2 and K3 have deenergised. Feedback circuit The positive-guided N/C contacts on contactors K2 and K3 and the master drives feedback contact are monitored in the safety relays reset/feedback circuit S33S34. Safety assessment ` The safety relay (K1) and contactors K2 and K3 must be installed in a single mounting area (control cabinet) in order to exclude a short across the output. ` Earth faults in the input circuit are detected. ` A fault on the device does not lead to the loss of the safety function. ` The device can be started when the input circuit is closed first, followed by reset button S2. This avoids an unwanted reset before the input circuit is closed or as a result of the reset button being overridden. Pilz products
Number 1 1 Description PNOZ XV2P PITestop Set1.1 Order number 777 502 400 410

4.1

Description E-STOP function When the E-STOP pushbutton S1 is operated, motor M1 is brought to a safe standstill via the master drive. When the E-STOP pushbutton S1 is operated, the input circuit on the safety relay PNOZ XV2P (K1) is interrupted, safety contact 13-14 on K1 opens immediately and shuts down the controller enable for the master drive A1. Safety contact 37-38 opens after a delay and switches off contactors K2 and K3. Safety contact 47-48 opens after a delay and switches off the intermediate circuit of the master drive A1. This guarantees safe standstill. The delay-on de-energisation time is set on the safety relay.

Pilz GmbH & Co. KG, Sichere Automation, Felix-Wankel-Strae 2, 73760 Ostfildern, Germany, Telephone: +49 711 3409-0, Telefax: + 49 711 3409-133, E-Mail: pilz.gmbh@pilz.de

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24VD C

24 VDC L1 L2 L3

400V AC

-F 1
24 VDC 6A

-F 2 -K 2
.4 1 3 5

11

21

-K 3
.5

-S1
E-S top 12 22

-T 1 -K1
.1 37

38

- K1
A1 S 31 S 21 S 22 S3 2 S1 1 S12

-A1
1 2 4 A1 3
P24V PV

U1

V1

W1

2 4V

A2

P NOZ XV2P
t= 0,1- 3s Y 40 S 13 S1 4 S3 3 S34

-K1
.1

13

- K1
.1

47

A2

Y 39

14

48

X Y

-K 2
.4 13

21

U2

V2

W2

22

PE- SCH .

-S2
star t/ res et 14

-K 3
.5

21

A1

A1

4.1
-X1
0V DC U1 V1 W1 1 2 3 PE

-K2
22 A2

-K3
A2

0VDC

PNO Z X V2P 77 7 50 2
PNOZ XV2P 24VDC

P ITe sto p S et1. 1 400


3S

410
3RT1016-1BB42 3RT1 016-1BB42

-M1

M 3 ~

13 23 37 47

14 24 38 48

.6 .4 .6

1 3 5 21

2 4 6 22

.8 .8 .8 .3

1 3 5 21

2 4 6 22

.8 .8 .8 .3

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Saf e st oppi ng w ith Masterdrive aft er E mergency S top

D ire cto ry: . .PN OZ\ 05PI L00 4

F el ix-W ank el-S tr. 2 7 37 60 O stf ilde rn

PN OZXV2P
P age:

De p.

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4.1

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Safety Gate Applications

Contents Safety gate applications PNOZ X1P Test requirement via PLC PNOZ X2P PSEN 1.1p safety switch PNOZ X2.8P Connecting four PSEN 1.1p in series PNOZ X2.8P Connecting four PSEN 1.1p in series PNOZ X2.8P Connecting three PSEN cs2.1p in series PNOZ X2.8P PSEN me1S/1AS with guard locking PNOZ X3P PSEN me1S/1AS with guard locking and E-STOP PNOZ X3P Override with enable switch PNOZ X3.10P PSEN me1S/1AS and PSEN me2/2AS with guard locking PNOZ X3.10P Connecting two PSEN cs2.1p in series PNOZ X8P Standstill monitoring PNOZ XV3P Safe standstill of a master drive * in accordance with EN 954-1

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Category 2* Category 4* Category 3* Category 3* Category 4* Category 3* Category 2* Category 4* Category 4* Category 4* Category 3* Category 3*

4.2-2 4.2-4 4.2-6 4.2-8 4.2-10 4.2-12 4.2-16 4.2-18 4.2-20 4.2-22 4.2-24 4.2-28

4.2

Pilz GmbH & Co. KG, Sichere Automation, Felix-Wankel-Strae 2, 73760 Ostfildern, Germany, Telephone: +49 711 3409-0, Telefax: + 49 711 3409-133, E-Mail: pilz.gmbh@pilz.de

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4.2-1

Safety Gate Applications


Category 2, EN 954-1 PNOZ X1P Test requirement via PLC
Features ` ` ` ` Single-channel operation Manual reset Test requirement via PLC Contact expansion through positiveguided contactor ` Feedback circuit to monitor contact expansion ` Up to Category 2 of EN 954-1 Start/reset The safety relay PNOZ X1P (K5) can be started by pressing reset button S5 if: ` The safety gates are closed and ` The contacts on safety switches S3, S4 are closed and ` Contactor K6 has de-energised and ` Output A1.0 is set. Feedback circuit The positive-guided N/C contact on contactor K6 is monitored in the safety relays reset/feedback circuit Y1-Y2. Safety assessment ` Earth faults in the input circuit are detected. ` A fault on the device does not lead to the loss of the safety function. ` The length of the test cycles on the switch-off test must be determined through a risk analysis. Inputs E0.2 and E0.3 monitor safety switches S3 and S4. Input E0.1 monitors contactor K6. If an error occurs, output A1.1 is reset and the undervoltage trip K7 de-energises (undervoltage trip as second shutdown route). Pilz products
Number 1 2 Description PNOZ X1P PSEN me2/2AS Order number 777 100 570 200

4.2

Description Safety gate function A PLC requires a switch-off test as part of each cycle. The opening and closing of a safety gate is signalled to the safety relay PNOZ X1P (K5) via the contacts on the safety switch PSEN me2/2AS (S3, S4). The contacts on safety switches S3 and S4 are opened as soon as the safety gate is opened. This interrupts the input circuit and the safety contacts on the PNOZ X1P (K5) open. Contactor K6 deenergises. Output A1.0 on PLC A3 switches off contactor K6 as part of each cycle. Output A1.0 cannot be reset until both safety switches S3 and S4 have been operated and the N/C contact at K6 on input E0.1 is reclosed. This cyclical switch-off test must be available within the PLCs user program.

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24VD C

24V DC L1 L2

4 00V AC

- S3
sa fet y ga te 1 11

L3

-A3 PLC -K6


.5 12
PSENme 2/2AS

21 E0. 1 22 E0. 2 E0. 3 A1.0 A1.1

- Q1 - S4
sa fet y ga te 2 11 2 4 6

12
PSENme 2/2AS

-K5
.1

13

-K 6
.5

14

- K5
A1

A1

24 V

A2

PNO Z X1P
Y1 Y2

A2

13

PE- SCH .

-S5
sta rt/ re set 14

- K6
.5

61

A1

A1

- X1

PE

-K6
A2

- K7
A2 U1 V1 W1

62

-M1
0VDC P NOZ 777 PSE Nme 570 PSE Nme 570 2/2 AS 20 0 2/2 AS 20 0 X1P 10 0
PNOZ X1P 24VDC 3RT101 6-1BB42 3RH19 11-1FA22

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on

u nde rvol tag e r ele ase

0VD C

M 3 ~

4.2

13 23 33 41

14 24 34 42

.5

1 3 5 21 53 61 71 83

2 4 6 22 54 62 72 84

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Saf ety gate wit h test request by PLC

D ire cto ry: . .PN OZ\ 05PI L00 4

F el ix-W ank el-S tr. 2 7 37 60 O stf ilde rn

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4.2-3

Safety Gate Applications


Category 4, EN 954-1 PNOZ X2P PSEN 1.1p safety switch
Features ` Dual-channel operation with detection of shorts across contacts ` Monitored reset ` Contact expansion through positiveguided contactors ` Feedback circuit to monitor contact expansion ` Up to Category 4 of EN 954-1 Feedback circuit The positive-guided N/C contacts on contactors K2 and K3 are monitored in the safety relays reset/feedback circuit S33S34. Safety assessment ` The safety relay PNOZ X2P (K1) and contactors K2 and K3 must be installed in a single mounting area (control cabinet) in order to exclude a short across the output. ` Earth faults and shorts between contacts in the input circuit are detected. ` A fault on the device does not lead to the loss of the safety function. ` The device can be started when the input circuit is closed first, followed by reset button S2. This avoids an unwanted reset before the input circuit is closed or as a result of the reset button being overridden. ` Increased protection against manipulation is required for hazardous machinery such as presses. In this case we recommend the use of two PSEN 1.1p safety switches. Pilz products
Number 1 1 Description PNOZ X2P PSEN 1.1p Order number 777 303 504 210

4.2

Description Safety gate function The opening and closing of a safety gate is signalled to the safety relay PNOZ X2P (K1) via the contacts on the safety switch PSEN 1.1p (S1). The contacts on the safety switch S1 are opened as soon as the safety gate is opened. This interrupts the input circuit and the safety contacts on the PNOZ X2P (K1) open. Contactors K2 and K3 de-energise. Start/reset The safety relay PNOZ X2P (K1) can be started by pressing reset button S2 if: ` The safety gate is closed and ` The contacts on safety switch S1 are closed and ` Contactors K2 and K3 have deenergised.

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24VDC

24VDC

-W1 LiY Y 4x0 ,25qmm br bl

-S1

-F1
24VDC 4A

PSEN1.1p-10

2
-W1 LiYY 4x0,25qmm ws

sw

-K1
A1 S11 S21 S22 S12

-K1
.3

13

14

A1

A2

PNOZ X2P
Y36 Y37 S33 S34

A2

13

-S2
start/ reset 14

-K2
.6

21

22 21 A1 A1

-K3
.7

-K2
22 A2

-K3
A2

4.2
0VDC PNOZ X2P 777 303
PNOZ X2P 24VAC/DC

PSEN1.1p-10 504 210


3RT1016-1BB4 2 3RT1016-1BB42

0VDC

13 23

14 .6 24

1 3 5 21

2 4 6 22 .4

1 3 5 21

2 4 6 22 .4

Revision Name

31.08.05 WED

Date Name

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Safety gate application Category 4 EN 954-1

Pilz GmbH & Co.KG Felix-Wankel-Str.2 73760 Ostfildern

Safety gate with PSEN 1.1p, monitored start with extension contact by contactor

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4.2-5

Safety Gate Applications


Category 3, EN 954-1 PNOZ X2.8P Connecting four PSEN 1.1p in series
Features ` Dual-channel operation with detection of shorts across contacts ` Series connection of 4 PSEN 1.1p safety switches using the PSEN ix1 interface ` Manual reset ` Contact expansion through positiveguided contactors ` Feedback circuit to monitor contact expansion ` Up to Category 3 of EN 954-1 Start/reset The safety relay PNOZ X2.8P (K1) can be started by pressing reset button S1 if: ` The safety gates are closed and ` The contacts on safety switches S2 ... S5 are closed and ` Contactors K2 and K3 have deenergised. Feedback circuit The positive-guided N/C contacts on contactors K2 and K3 are monitored in the safety relays reset/feedback circuit S12S34. Safety assessment ` The safety relay PNOZ X2.8P (K1) and contactors K2 and K3 must be installed in a single mounting area (control cabinet) in order to exclude a short across the output. ` Earth faults and shorts between contacts in the input circuit are detected. ` A fault on the device does not lead to the loss of the safety function. ` Not all faults are detected. An accumulation of undetected faults can lead to the loss of the safety function. With this application, therefore, it is necessary to ensure that only one safety gate is open at a time or that the status of each safety gate is checked. Use of the PSEN ix1 interface reduces the classification in accordance with EN 60947-5-3 from PDF-M to PDF-S. Pilz products
Number 1 4 1 Description PNOZ X2.8P PSEN 1.1p PSEN ix1 Order number 777 301 504 212 535 120

4.2

Description Safety gate function The opening and closing of several safety gates is signalled to the safety relay PNOZ X2.8P (K1) via the contacts on safety switches PSEN 1.1p (S2 ... S5). The PSEN ix1 interface (A1) switches the 4 safety switches in series. The contacts on one of the safety switches S2 ... S5 are opened as soon as the respective safety gate is opened. Interface A1 interrupts the input circuit on the safety relay PNOZ X2.8P (K1) and the safety contacts open. Contactors K2 and K3 deenergise. The interface A1 has 4 diagnostic outputs to display or evaluate the status of the safety switches via a PLC.

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24VD C

24 VDC

-A3
saf ety gat e 1 E 0.0 safe ty gate E 2 s afe ty g ate E 3 s afet y g ate E 4

0.1

0.2

0.3

PL C -F1
24V DC 4A

-A1
A1 A1 A2 A2 1 2 Y8 Y9 3 4 Y5 Y6 Y1 Y2 Y3 Y4

-K1
A1 S11 S 21 S 22 S 12

PSE Nix1
11 13 14 12 21 23 24 22 31 33 34 32 41 43 44 42

A1

2 4V

A2

PN OZ X2.8P
-W2 -W3 br bl LiYY 4x0,25q mm br bl -W4 LiYY 4x0,25qmm br bl -W5 LiYY 4x0, 25qmm br bl

A2

S 34

S 52

LiYY 4x0,25qmm

- S2

-S3

- S4

-S5

13

- S1
st art / r ese t 14 21

-K2
.1

-K1
.0

13

22 21

14
PSEN1.1p-12 P SEN1.1p-12 PSEN1.1p-12 PSEN1.1p-12

-K3
.2

22 A1 A1

-W2 LiYY 4x0,25qmm ws sw

-W3 LiY Y 4x0 ,25qmm ws sw

-W4 LiYY 4x0,25qmm ws sw

-W5 LiYY 4x0,25qmm ws sw

-K2
A2

- K3
A2

0VDC

4.2
s afe ty gat e 1 sa fet y ga te 2 saf ety gat e 3 s afet y g ate 4 0V DC

P NOZ

X2. 8P

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PNOZ X2.8 P 3RT1 016-1BB42 3RT1016-1B B42

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P il z Gm bH

& Co .KG

Ser ies conn ecti on by 4 safety g ates wit h PE SN 1 .1p and PSEN ix1

D ire cto ry: . .PN OZ\ 05PI L00 4

F el ix-W ank el-S tr. 2 7 37 60 O stf ilde rn

PN OZX2.8P
P age:

De p.

CS

Pilz GmbH & Co. KG, Sichere Automation, Felix-Wankel-Strae 2, 73760 Ostfildern, Germany, Telephone: +49 711 3409-0, Telefax: + 49 711 3409-133, E-Mail: pilz.gmbh@pilz.de

2005-06

4.2-7

Safety Gate Applications


Category 3, EN 954-1 PNOZ X2.8P Connecting four PSEN 1.1p in series
Features ` Dual-channel operation ` Series connection of four PSEN 1.1p safety switches ` Manual reset ` Contact expansion through PZE X4P and positive-guided contactors ` Feedback circuit to monitor contact expansion ` Up to Category 3 of EN 954-1 Start/reset The safety relay PNOZ X2.8P (K4) can be started by pressing reset button S10 if: ` The safety gates are closed and ` The contacts on safety switches S6 ... S9 are closed and ` The relays on the contact expander module PZE X4P (K5) have de-energised and ` Contactors K6 and K7 have deenergised. Feedback circuit The positive-guided N/C contacts on contactors K6 and K7 are monitored in the safety relays feedback circuit S12-S34. The feedback circuit on the safety relay is linked to the feedback circuit on the contact expander module PZE X4P. Safety assessment ` The contact expander module PZE X4P (K5) and contactors K6 and K7 must be installed in a single mounting area (control cabinet) in order to exclude a short across the output. ` Earth faults in the input circuit are detected. ` Detection of short circuits between contacts in the input circuit (safety switch) is not required, due to classification to Category 3 of EN 954-1. ` A fault on the device does not lead to the loss of the safety function. ` Not all faults are detected. An accumulation of undetected faults can lead to the loss of the safety function. With this application, therefore, it is necessary to ensure that only one safety gate is open at a time or that the status of each safety gate is checked. Pilz products
Number 1 1 4 Description PNOZ X2.8P PZE X4P PSEN 1.1p Order number 777 301 777 585 504 210

4.2

Description Safety gate function The opening and closing of several safety gates is signalled to the safety relay PNOZ X2.8P (K4) via the contacts on the PSEN 1.1p safety switches (S6 ... S9). The 4 safety switches are connected in series. The contacts on one of the safety switches S6 ... S9 are opened as soon as the respective safety gate is opened. These contacts interrupt the input circuit on the safety relay PNOZ X2.8P (K4) and the safety contacts open. The contact expander module PZE X4P (K5) and contactors K6 and K7 de-energise.

Pilz GmbH & Co. KG, Sichere Automation, Felix-Wankel-Strae 2, 73760 Ostfildern, Germany, Telephone: +49 711 3409-0, Telefax: + 49 711 3409-133, E-Mail: pilz.gmbh@pilz.de

2005-06

4.2-8 5.1-

24VDC

24VDC

-W6 LiYY 4x0, 25qmm br bl

-W8 LiYY 4x0,25qmm br bl

-F2
24VDC 4A

-F3
24VDC 4A

-S6

-S8

-K4
.4

13

-K5
.7

13

14

14

PSEN1.1p-10

PSEN1.1p-1 0

safaty gate 1
- W6 L iYY 4 x0,25qmm

safety gate 3
-W8

ws

sw

LiYY 4x0,25qmm

ws

sw

-K4
A1 S11 S21 S22 S12

-K5
A1

A1
-W7 LiYY 4x0, 25qmm br bl -W9 LiYY 4x0,25qmm br bl

A1

24V

A2

PNOZ X2.8P
S34 S52 A2

24V

A2

PZE X4P
Y1 Y2

-S7

-S9

A2

13

-S10
start/ reset safety gate 2
- W7 L iYY 4 x0,25qmm ws sw PSEN1.1p-10

14

safety gate 4

PSEN1.1p-1 0

-K6
.8

21

22 21 A1 22 A1

-W9 LiYY 4x0,25qmm ws sw

-K7
.9

-K6
A2

-K7
A2

4.2

0VDC

PSEN1.1p-10 504 210

PSEN1.1p-10 504 210

PNOZ X2.8P 777 301


PNOZ X2.8P

PZE X4P 777 585


PZE X4P 24VDC 3RT 1016-1BB42

0VDC

3RT1016 -1BB42

PSEN1.1p-10 504 210

PSEN1.1p-10 504 210

13 23 33 41

14 .6 24 34 42

13 23 33 43 Y1

14 .8 24 34 44 Y2

1 3 5 21

2 4 6 22 .5

1 3 5 21

2 4 6 22 .5

Revision Name

31.08.05 WED

Date Name

19.01.05 WED

Safety gate application Category 3 EN 954-1

Pilz GmbH & Co.KG Felix-Wankel-Str.2 73760 Ostfildern

Series connection by 4 safety gates with PSEN 1.1p, without PSEN ix1, extension contact and manual start

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2005-06

4.2-9

Safety Gate Applications


Category 4, EN 954-1 PNOZ X2.8P Connecting three PSEN cs2.1p in series
Features ` Dual-channel operation with detection of shorts across contacts ` Series connection of 3 coded safety switches PSEN cs2.1p ` Manual reset ` Contact expansion through positiveguided contactors ` Feedback circuit to monitor contact expansion ` Up to Category 4 of EN 954-1 Start/reset The safety relay PNOZ X2.8P (K8) can be started by pressing reset button S14 if: ` The safety gates are closed and ` The semiconductor outputs on safety switches S11 ... S13 are closed and ` Contactors K9 and K10 have deenergised. Feedback circuit The positive-guided N/C contacts on contactors K9 and K10 are monitored in the safety relays feedback circuit S12-S34. Safety assessment ` The safety relay PNOZ X2.8P (K8) and contactors K9 and K10 must be installed in a single mounting area (control cabinet) in order to exclude a short across the output. ` Earth faults and shorts between contacts in the input circuit are detected. ` A fault on the device does not lead to the loss of the safety function. ` Please note: When several coded safety switches PSEN cs2.1p are connected in series, the delay-on de-energisation time increases in direct proportion to the number of interconnected safety switches. ` Increased protection against manipulation is required for hazardous machinery such as presses. In this case we recommend the use of two PSENcs 2.1p safety switches (per safety gate).

4.2
Pilz products
Number 1 3 Description PNOZ X2.8P PSEN cs2.1p Order number 777 301 540 100

Description Safety gate function The opening and closing of several safety gates is signalled to the safety relay PNOZ X2.8P (K8) via the semiconductor outputs on the coded safety switches PSEN cs2.1p (S11 ... S13). The 3 safety switches are connected in series. The semiconductor outputs on one of the safety switches S11 ... S13 are opened as soon as the respective safety gate is opened. These semiconductor outputs interrupt the input circuit on the safety relay PNOZ X2.8P (K8) and the safety contacts open. Contactors K9 and K10 de-energise. The coded safety switches PSEN cs2.1p (S11 ... S13) have a diagnostic output to display or evaluate the switch status via a PLC.

Pilz GmbH & Co. KG, Sichere Automation, Felix-Wankel-Strae 2, 73760 Ostfildern, Germany, Telephone: +49 711 3409-0, Telefax: + 49 711 3409-133, E-Mail: pilz.gmbh@pilz.de

2005-06

4.2-10 5.1-

24VD C

24 VDC

-F4
-W11 LiYC11Y 8x0,25qmm br ws rs rt -W12 LiYC11Y 8x0,25q mm br ws rs rt -W13 LiYC11Y 8x0,25qmm br ws rs rt

24V DC 4A

- S11

-S12

- S13

8 13

-K8
TRANSPONDER TRANSPONDER TRANSPONDER
Power/Fault Safety Input Gate Power/Fault Safety Input Gate P ower/Fault S afety I nput Gate

.7

14

P SENc s 2 .1p

PSE Ncs

2.1 p

PS ENc s 2. 1p

-W11 LiYC11Y 8x0,25qmm gn gb gr bl

-W12 LiYC11Y 8x0,25q mm gn gb gr bl

-W13 LiYC11Y 8x0,25qmm gn gb gr bl

-K8
A1 S11 S21 S22 S 12

A1

24V

A2

P NOZ X2.8P
S34 S 52

A2

- A3

-A3

- A3

13

-S14
s tart / rese t 14 21 A1 A1

-K9
E 1.0 E 1. 1 E 1.2 .8

22 21

PLC

P LC

PLC -K10
.9

-K9
A2

-K10
A2

22

4.2

0VDC

P SEN cs

2.1p

s afe ty g ate 1

PS ENcs 5 40

2. 1p 100

saf ety gat e 2

P SEN cs 2 .1p 540 10 0

s afet y g ate 3

P NOZ

X2 .8P

0V DC

54 0 10 0

7 77 3 01
PNO Z X2.8P 3RT1016-1BB42 3RT1 016-1BB42

13 23 33 41

14 .9 24 34 42

1 3 5 21

2 4 6 22 .7

1 3 5 21

2 4 6 22 .7

R evi sio n N ame

2 3.05 .05 WE D

Da te Na me

19 .01. 05 WED

Sa fety gate application Ca tegor y 4 EN 954-1

P il z Gm bH

& Co .KG

Ser ies conn ecti on safety gate w ith PSE Ncs 2.1p and manual start

D ire cto ry: . .PN OZ\ 05PI L00 4

F el ix-W ank el-S tr. 2 7 37 60 O stf ilde rn

PN OZX2.8P
P age:

De p.

CS

Pilz GmbH & Co. KG, Sichere Automation, Felix-Wankel-Strae 2, 73760 Ostfildern, Germany, Telephone: +49 711 3409-0, Telefax: + 49 711 3409-133, E-Mail: pilz.gmbh@pilz.de

2005-06

4.2-11

Safety Gate Applications


Category 3, EN 954-1 PNOZ X2.8P PSEN me1S/1AS with guard locking
Features ` Dual-channel operation with detection of shorts across contacts ` Safety gate switch with separate actuator and guard locking device ` Manual reset ` Contact expansion through positiveguided contactors ` Standstill monitoring via PSWZ X1P ` Feedback circuit to monitor contact expansion ` Up to Category 3 of EN 954-1 When the simultaneity requirement of the two input channels on the standstill monitor PSWZ X1P (K12) is exceeded, the unit switches to a fault condition. K12 is reactivated by pressing reset button S18. The two auxiliary contacts on the safety switch PSEN me1S/1AS (S15) are connected to a PLC to display or evaluate the switch status. The standstill monitor PSWZ X1P (K12) has a diagnostic output to display or evaluate standstill via a PLC. Start/reset The safety relay PNOZ X2.8P (K11) can be started by pressing reset button S17 if: ` The safety gate is closed and ` The contacts on safety switch S15 are closed and ` Contactors KM1 and KM2 have deenergised. Feedback circuit The positive-guided N/C contacts on contactors KM1 and KM2 are monitored in the safety relays feedback circuit S12-S34. Safety assessment ` The safety relay PNOZ X2.8P (K11) and contactors KM1 and KM2 must be installed in a single mounting area (control cabinet) in order to exclude a short across the output. ` Earth faults and shorts between contacts in the input circuit are detected. ` A fault on the device does not lead to the loss of the safety function. ` A break in the actuator on the safety switch PSEN me1S/1AS (S15) must be excluded.

4.2

Pilz products
Number 1 1 1 Description PNOZ X2.8P PSWZ X1P PSEN me1S/1AS Order number 777 301 777 949 570 000

Description Safety gate function The opening and closing of a safety gate is signalled to the safety relay PNOZ X2.8P (K11) via the contacts on the safety switch PSEN me1S/1AS (S15). Guard locking on the safety switch can be released via pushbutton S16. Guard locking will not be released until standstill monitor PSWZ X1P (K12) has detected that motor M1 is at standstill and the contacts at K12 are closed. The contacts on safety switch S15 are opened as soon as the safety gate is opened. This interrupts the input circuit on the PNOZ X2.8P safety relay (K11) and the safety contacts open. Contactors KM1 and KM2 de-energise.

Pilz GmbH & Co. KG, Sichere Automation, Felix-Wankel-Strae 2, 73760 Ostfildern, Germany, Telephone: +49 711 3409-0, Telefax: + 49 711 3409-133, E-Mail: pilz.gmbh@pilz.de

2005-06

4.2-12 5.1-

2 4VD C

2 4VDC

-K12
5. 5

13

14

-S1 5
21 44 31 13 E1 13

-S16
unlo ck 14

22
PSENme 1S/ 1AS

43

32

14

E2

- A3 -K11
A1 S11 S21 S22 S12

A1

E 2 .1

24V

A2

PNOZ X2.8P -A3


S34 S52

PLC

A2

-KM1
5 .1 13

21 E 2 .0 22 21

PLC

-S17
s tart / rese t 14

-KM2
5 .2

22

4.2
sa fet y ga te u nloc k saf ety gat e 0 VDC o pen

0 VDC

P NOZ 7 77 PSE Nme 570 1S/ 1AS 000

X2 .8P 301
PNOZ X2.8P

13 23 33 41

14 24 34 42

5.1

P age 1 of 2
R evi sio n N ame 2 8.04 .05 WE D Da te Na me 19 .01. 05 WED

Sa fety gate application Ca tegor y 3 EN 954-1

P il z Gm bH

& Co .KG

Saf ety gate wit h PSENme 1S/1AS wit h tumbl er

D ire cto ry: . .PN OZ\ 05PI L00 4

F el ix-W ank el-S tr. 2 7 37 60 O stf ilde rn

PN OZX2.8P
P age:

De p.

CS

Pilz GmbH & Co. KG, Sichere Automation, Felix-Wankel-Strae 2, 73760 Ostfildern, Germany, Telephone: +49 711 3409-0, Telefax: + 49 711 3409-133, E-Mail: pilz.gmbh@pilz.de

2005-06

4.2-13

24VD C

24V DC L1 L2 L3

4 00V AC

-F5

13

-F6
24 VDC 4A

-S 18
r eset 14

-KM 1
.1

-KM 2
.2

-K11
4 .3

13

4.2
-K12
A1 R ES PO WER A1 OU TPU T FA ULT L1 CH .1 I N CH .2 I N L2 L3

14

PSW Z X1P
CH.1 CH.2 V

A2

A2

Y30

Y 31

Y 32

Y 35

Y1

Y2

+24V PLC/external

0V PLC/external

PE- SCH.

-A 3

A1

A1

- X1
E 2.2

PE

-KM1
A2

- KM2
A2

PLC
U1 V1 W1

-M1
0VDC P SWZ X1 P sta nds till 0VD C 77 7 94 9
3RT1 016-1BB42 3RT1016-1 BB42 PSWZ X1P

M ~

1 3 5 21

2 4 6 22

.8 .8 .9 4. 4

1 3 5 21

2 4 6 22

.8 .8 .9 4.4

13 23 41

14 24 42

4. 6

P age 2 of 2
R evi sio n N ame 2 8.04 .05 WE D Da te Na me 19 .01. 05 WED

Sa fety gate application Ca tegor y 3 EN 954-1

P il z Gm bH

& Co .KG

Saf ety gate wit h PSENme 1S/1AS wit h tumbl er

D ire cto ry: . .PN OZ\ 05PI L00 4

F el ix-W ank el-S tr. 2 7 37 60 O stf ilde rn

PN OZX2.8P
P age:

De p.

CS

Pilz GmbH & Co. KG, Sichere Automation, Felix-Wankel-Strae 2, 73760 Ostfildern, Germany, Telephone: +49 711 3409-0, Telefax: + 49 711 3409-133, E-Mail: pilz.gmbh@pilz.de

2005-06

4.2-14

Notes

4.2

Pilz GmbH & Co. KG, Sichere Automation, Felix-Wankel-Strae 2, 73760 Ostfildern, Germany, Telephone: +49 711 3409-0, Telefax: + 49 711 3409-133, E-Mail: pilz.gmbh@pilz.de

2005-06

4.2-15

Safety Gate Applications


Category 2, EN 954-1 PNOZ X3P PSEN me1S/1AS with guard locking and E-STOP
Features ` Single-channel operation with E-STOP ` Dual-channel operation with safety gate switch ` Safety gate switch with guard locking device ` Manual reset ` Contact expansion through positiveguided contactors ` Feedback circuit to monitor contact expansion ` Up to Category 2 of EN 954-1 E-STOP function When the E-STOP pushbutton S7 is operated, the input circuit on the safety relay PNOZ X3P (K9) is opened and the safety contacts on K9 open. Contactors K10 and K11 de-energise. Start/reset The safety relay PNOZ X3P (K9) can be started by pressing reset button S5 if: ` The E-STOP pushbutton S7 has not been operated and ` The safety gate is closed and ` The contacts on safety switch S4 are closed and ` Contactors K10 and K11 have deenergised. Feedback circuit The positive-guided N/C contacts on contactors K10 and K11 are monitored in the safety relays feedback circuit S33-S34. Safety assessment ` Earth faults in the input circuit are detected. ` A fault on the device does not lead to the loss of the safety function. Pilz products
Number 1 1 1 1 Description PNOZ X3P PSEN me1S/1AS PIT es1.11 PIT esb1.1 Order number 777 313 570 000 400 100 400 305

4.2

Description Safety gate function The opening and closing of a safety gate is signalled to the safety relay PNOZ X3P (K9) via the contacts on the safety switch PSEN me1S/1AS (S4). Guard locking on the safety switch can be released via pushbutton S6. The contacts on safety switch S4 are opened as soon as the safety gate is opened. This interrupts the input circuit on the PNOZ X3P safety relay (K9) and the safety contacts open. Contactors K10 and K11 de-energise. The safety relay PNOZ X3P (K9) has a diagnostic output for display or for evaluation via a PLC.

Pilz GmbH & Co. KG, Sichere Automation, Felix-Wankel-Strae 2, 73760 Ostfildern, Germany, Telephone: +49 711 3409-0, Telefax: + 49 711 3409-133, E-Mail: pilz.gmbh@pilz.de

2005-06

4.2-16 5.1-

24VD C

24 VDC

13

-S6
u nlo ck 14 11

-S7
E -St op 12

-F 2
2 4VDC 6A

- S4
21 44 31 13 E1

22
PSENme 1S/1AS

43

32

14

E2

-K9
A1 S 31 S 21 S2 2 S3 2 S11 S12

-K 9
.5

13

14

A1

2 4-24 0V

A2

PNO Z X3P
Y 31 Y 32 S1 3 S1 4 S33 S34

A2

Y 30

13

-S5
0V PLC/external +24V PLC/external

-A3

s tar t/ res et

14

-K 10
.8

21

22 21 A1 22 A1

-K 11
E 5 .0 .9

-K10
A2

-K11
A2

PLC

4.2
0V DC

0VDC

P NOZ

X3P

PN OZ

acti ve

P IT

es1. 11

77 7 31 3 P SENm e 1 S/1A S 57 0 00 0 13 23 33 41 14 24 34 42 .8
PNOZ X3P 24-240VAC/DC

4 00 1 00 P IT esb1 .1
3RT1016-1BB42 3 RT1016-1BB42

4 00 3 05 1 3 5 21 2 4 6 22 .7 1 3 5 21 2 4 6 22 .7

R evi sio n N ame

0 2.05 .05 WE D

Da te Na me

19 .01. 05 WED

Sa fety gate application Ca tegor y 2 EN 954-1

P il z Gm bH

& Co .KG

Ser ies conn ecti on from 2-channel saf ety gate and 1-ch annel emergency stop

D ire cto ry: . .PN OZ\ 05PI L00 4

F el ix-W ank el-S tr. 2 7 37 60 O stf ilde rn

PN OZX3P
P age:

De p.

CS

Pilz GmbH & Co. KG, Sichere Automation, Felix-Wankel-Strae 2, 73760 Ostfildern, Germany, Telephone: +49 711 3409-0, Telefax: + 49 711 3409-133, E-Mail: pilz.gmbh@pilz.de

2005-06

4.2-17

Safety Gate Applications


Category 4, EN 954-1 PNOZ X3P Override with enable switch
Features ` Dual-channel operation with detection of shorts across contacts ` Monitored reset ` Override safety gate with enable switch ` Contact expansion through positiveguided contactors ` Feedback circuit to monitor contact expansion ` Up to Category 4 of EN 954-1 relay PNOZ X3P (K30) and the safety contacts open. Contactors K31 and K32 de-energise. Manual mode: The supply voltage to the safety relay PNOZ X3P (K30) is shut down, the safety contacts at K30 open. Contactors K31 and K32 deenergise. If enable switch S18 is put in position 2, the contacts at S18 are closed. The input circuit at K33 is closed. If reset button S20 is operated, the safety contacts on safety relay K33 will close. Contactors K31 and K32 energise. Enable switch S18: ` Position 1: OFF function, not depressed ` Position 2: Enable function, depressed as far as the middle setting (positive feedback) ` Position 3: OFF function with positive separation Start/reset The safety relay PNOZ X3P (K30) can be started by pressing reset button S15 if: ` Operating mode selector switch S19 is switched to Automatic and ` The contacts on safety switches S16 and S17 are closed and ` Contactors K31 and K32 have deenergised. The safety relay PNOZ X3P (K33) can be started by pressing reset button S20 if: ` Operating mode selector switch S19 is switched to Manual and ` Enable switch S18 is in position 2 and ` Contactors K31 and K32 have deenergised. Feedback circuit The positive-guided N/C contacts on contactors K31 and K32 are monitored in the feedback circuits S33-S34 of safety relays K30 and K33. Safety assessment ` The following equipment must be installed in a single mounting area (control cabinet) in order to exclude a short across the output: - Safety relays K30 and K33 - Contactors K31 and K32 - Operating mode selector switch S19 ` Earth faults and shorts between contacts in the input circuit are detected. ` A fault on the device does not lead to the loss of the safety function. ` Safety relays PNOZ X3P (K30) / PNOZ X3P (K33) can be started when the input circuit at K30 / K33 is closed first, followed by reset button S15 / S20. This avoids an unwanted reset before the input circuit is closed or as a result of the reset button being overridden. ` Enable mode partly disables the safety devices. Anyone spending time in the danger zone with an enable switch must be able to detect hazardous conditions at an early stage and take appropriate countermeasures. Every person who spends time in the danger zone must carry an enable switch with them. ` Releasing the enable switch S18 or depressing it fully into position 3 cancels the enable function. Returning the switch to position 1 from position 3 does not make the enable function operative.

4.2

Description Safety gate function In Manual mode, the guard function of the safety gate is overridden after enable switch S18 is operated. The operating mode selector switch S19 applies supply voltage ` In Manual position to the safety relay PNOZ X3P (K30). ` In Automatic position to the safety relay PNOZ X3P (K33). Automatic mode: The opening and closing of a safety gate is signalled to the safety relay PNOZ X3P (K30) via the contacts on the safety switches PSEN me2/2AS (S16, S17). The contacts on safety switches S16 and S17 are opened as soon as the safety gate is opened. This interrupts the input circuit on the safety

Pilz products
Number 2 2 Description PNOZ X3P PSEN me2/2AS Order number 777 313 570 200

Pilz GmbH & Co. KG, Sichere Automation, Felix-Wankel-Strae 2, 73760 Ostfildern, Germany, Telephone: +49 711 3409-0, Telefax: + 49 711 3409-133, E-Mail: pilz.gmbh@pilz.de

2005-06

4.2-18 5.1-

24VD C

2 4VDC

- S16
11

-S 19
0: 1: au tom. han d

-X18
0, 34mm b r

br bl br

bl sw bl

sw gr sw

gr

-F5
24 VDC 6A

gr

- S18

Fu ncti on a b 1 2 3 1 2 3

12
PSENme 2/2A S

E1

E2

E3

E4

enable switch

- S17
11

E1 E3 E4 E2 E1 E3 E4 E2

br 12 saf ety clos ed gat e


PSENme 2/2A S

bl bl sw bl

sw gr sw

gr PE gr

PE

0, 34mm b r

-X18

br

PE
13 13

ZSA2A4G10A

-K30
.2

-K33
.6

14

14

-K 30
A1 S3 1 S21 S22 S32 S11 S12

- K33
A1 S3 1 S2 1 S22 S32 S11 S12

A1

A1

24- 240 V

A2

PNOZ X3P
Y3 1 Y32 S13 S14 S33 S34 A2 Y 30

A2

PNOZ X3P
Y3 1 Y3 2 S13 S14 S33 S34

A2

Y3 0

-K31
13 .8

21 13

-K31
.8

61

- S15
s tart / rese t 14

22 21

-S20
s tart / rese t 14

62 61 -K31

A1

A1

-K32
.9

-K32
.9

-K32
A2 A2

22

62

4.2

0VDC

PN OZ 777

X3P 313
PNOZ X3P 24- 240VAC/DC

P NOZ 777

X3P 31 3
3RH11 22-1BB40 3 RT1016-1BB42 3RH19 21-1EA11

0 VDC

PS ENme

2/ 2AS

57 0 20 0 PS ENme 2/ 2AS 13 23 33 41 14 24 34 42 .8 13 21 31 43 14 22 32 44 .9

3RT101 6-1BB42 3RH19 21-1EA11

1 3 5 21 53 61

2 4 6 22 54 62 .8 .4

1 3 5 21 53 61

2 4 6 22 54 62 .8 .4

57 0 20 0

R evi sio n N ame

3 1.05 .05 WE D

Da te Na me

19 .01. 05 WED

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P il z Gm bH

& Co .KG

Bri dgin g of a safety gate wit h en able switch and ope rati ng m ode selector switch

D ire cto ry: . .PN OZ\ 05PI L00 4

F el ix-W ank el-S tr. 2 7 37 60 O stf ilde rn

PN OZX3P
P age:

De p.

CS

Pilz GmbH & Co. KG, Sichere Automation, Felix-Wankel-Strae 2, 73760 Ostfildern, Germany, Telephone: +49 711 3409-0, Telefax: + 49 711 3409-133, E-Mail: pilz.gmbh@pilz.de

2005-06

4.2-19

Safety Gate Applications


Category 4, EN 954-1 PNOZ X3.10P PSEN me1S/1AS and PSEN me2/2AS with guard locking
Features ` Dual-channel operation with detection of shorts across contacts ` Safety gate switches with separate actuator and guard locking device ` Second safety switch with separate actuator ` Monitored reset ` Contact expansion through positiveguided contactors ` Feedback circuit to monitor contact expansion ` Up to Category 4 of EN 954-1 The safety relay PNOZ X3.10P (K1) has a diagnostic output for display or for evaluation via a PLC. Start/reset The safety relay PNOZ X3.10P (K1) can be started by pressing reset button S3 if: ` The safety gate is closed and ` The contacts on safety switches S1 and S2 are closed and ` Contactors K2 and K3 have deenergised. Feedback circuit The positive-guided N/C contacts on contactors K2 and K3 are monitored in the safety relays feedback circuit S33-S34. Safety assessment ` The safety relay PNOZ X3.10P (K1) and contactors K2 and K3 must be installed in a single mounting area (control cabinet) in order to exclude a short across the output. ` Earth faults and shorts between contacts in the input circuit are detected ` A fault on the device does not lead to the loss of the safety function. ` The device can be started when the input circuit is closed first, followed by reset button S3. This avoids an unwanted reset before the input circuit is closed or as a result of the reset button being overridden. ` When the safety switch is released, the safety gate can be opened. Hazardous movements must not overrun or the safety distance must be an appropriate length.

4.2
Pilz products
Number 1 1 1 Description PNOZ X3.10P PSEN me1S/1AS PSEN me2/2AS Order number 777 314 570 000 570 200

Description Safety gate function The opening and closing of a safety gate for technical processing purposes is signalled to the PNOZ X3.10P safety relay (K1) via the contacts on the safety switches PSEN me1S/1AS (S1). Guard locking on safety switch S1 can be released via pushbutton S4. The technical processing purposes are not safety-related. For example, there is no safe standstill monitoring. The contacts on safety switches S1 and S2 are opened as soon as the safety gate is opened. This interrupts the input circuit on the safety relay PNOZ X3.10P (K1) and the safety contacts open. Contactors K2 and K3 de-energise.

Pilz GmbH & Co. KG, Sichere Automation, Felix-Wankel-Strae 2, 73760 Ostfildern, Germany, Telephone: +49 711 3409-0, Telefax: + 49 711 3409-133, E-Mail: pilz.gmbh@pilz.de

2005-06

4.2-20 5.1-

24VD C

24 VDC

13

-S4
u nlo ck 14

-S2
11

-F 1
24 VDC 6A

-S1
PSENme 2/2AS

12 21 44 31 13 E1

-K 1
.5

13

14

22
PSENme 1S/1AS

43

32

14

E2

-K1
A1 A1 S 31 S 21 S2 2 S3 2 S1 1 S12 S15 S16

A1

2 4V

A2

PN OZ X 3.10P
Y 30 Y 31 Y3 2 S1 3 S1 4 S33 S34

A2

A2

13

-S3
+24V PLC/external 0V PLC/external

-A3

s tar t/ res et

14 21

-K 2
.8

22 21 A1 A1

-K 3
E 9 .0 .9

-K2
22 A2

-K3
A2

PLC

0VDC

4.2
0V DC

P SENm e 1 S/1A S 57 0 00 0

P NOZ

X3 .10P

PN OZ a cti ve

77 7 31 4
PNOZ X3.10P 2 4 V A C / DC

P SEN me 2 /2A S 5 70 200

3RT1016-1BB42

3RT 1016-1BB42

13 23 33 41

14 24 34 42

.8

1 3 5 21

2 4 6 22 .7

1 3 5 21

2 4 6 22 .7

R evi sio n N ame

2 3.05 .05 WE D

Da te Na me

19 .01. 05 WED

Sa fety gate application Ca tegor y 4 EN 954-1

P il z Gm bH

& Co .KG

Saf ety gate wit h PSE Nme 1S/1AS with guard loc king and 2. switch PSENme 2/ 2AS

D ire cto ry: . .PN OZ\ 05PI L00 4

F el ix-W ank el-S tr. 2 7 37 60 O stf ilde rn

PN OZX3.10P
P age:

De p.

CS

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2005-06

4.2-21

Safety Gate Applications


Category 4, EN 954-1 PNOZ X3.10P Connecting two PSEN cs2.1p in series
Features ` Dual-channel operation with detection of shorts across contacts ` Series connection of 2 coded PSENcs 2.1p safety switches ` Monitored reset ` Contact expansion through positiveguided contactors ` Feedback circuit to monitor contact expansion ` Up to Category 4 of EN 954-1 Start/reset The safety relay PNOZ X3.10P (K7) can be started by pressing reset button S7 if: ` The safety gates are closed and ` The semiconductor outputs on safety switches S8 and S9 are closed and ` Contactors K8 and K9 have deenergised. ` The device can be started when the input circuit is closed first, followed by reset button S7. This avoids an unwanted reset before the input circuit is closed or as a result of the reset button being overridden.

4.2

Feedback circuit
The positive-guided N/C contacts on contactors K8 and K9 are monitored in the safety relays feedback circuit S33-S34. Safety assessment ` The safety relay PNOZ X3.10P (K7) and contactors K8 and K9 must be installed in a single mounting area (control cabinet) in order to exclude a short across the output. ` Earth faults and shorts between contacts in the input circuit are detected. ` A fault on the device does not lead to the loss of the safety function. ` Please note: When several coded safety switches PSEN cs2.1p are connected in series, the delay-on de-energisation time increases in direct proportion to the number of interconnected safety switches. ` Increased protection against manipulation is required for hazardous machinery such as presses. In this case we recommend the use of two PSEN cs2.1p safety switches (per safety gate).

Pilz products
Number 1 2 Description PNOZ X3.10P PSEN cs2.1p Order number 777 314 540 100

Description Safety gate function The opening and closing of several safety gates is signalled to the safety relay PNOZ X3.10P (K7) via the semiconductor outputs on the coded safety switches PSEN cs2.1p (S8, S9). The 2 safety switches are connected in series. The semiconductor outputs on one of the safety switches S8 or S9 are opened as soon as the respective safety gate is opened. These semiconductor outputs interrupt the input circuit on the safety relay PNOZ X3.10P (K7) and the safety contacts open. Contactors K8 and K9 de-energise. The coded safety switches PSEN cs2.1p (S8, S9) and the safety relay PNOZ X3.10P (K7) each have a diagnostic output to display or evaluate the switch status via a PLC.

Pilz GmbH & Co. KG, Sichere Automation, Felix-Wankel-Strae 2, 73760 Ostfildern, Germany, Telephone: +49 711 3409-0, Telefax: + 49 711 3409-133, E-Mail: pilz.gmbh@pilz.de

2005-06

4.2-22 5.1-

24VD C

24 VDC

-W8 LiYC11Y 8x0,25qmm br ws rs rt

-W9 LiYC11Y 8x0,25q mm br ws rs rt

-F3
24 VDC 6A

- S8

-S9

TRANSPONDER

Power/Fault Safety Input Gate

TRANSPONDER

Power/Fault Safety Input Gate

-K7
.5

13

14

P SENc s 2 .1p

PSE Ncs

2.1 p

- K7
A1 A1 S 31 S2 1 S2 2 S3 2 S11 S12 S15 S16
bl

-W8 LiYC11Y 8x0,25qmm gn gb gr bl

-W9 LiYC11Y 8x0,25q mm gn gb gr

A1

2 4V

A2

PN OZ X 3.10P
Y 30 Y3 1 Y3 2 S1 3 S14 S33 S34

A2

A2

13

-S7
0V PLC/external

-A3

- A3

+24V PLC/external

-A3

s tart / res et

14 21

-K8
.8

22 21 A1 A1

-K9
E 9 .0 .9

-K8
22 A2

-K9
A2

9.1

E 9. 2

PLC

P LC

PLC

4.2

0VDC

P SEN cs

2.1p

sa fety

ga te

PS ENcs 5 40

2. 1p 100

s afe ty

gate

P NOZ 777

X3. 10P 31 4
PNOZ X3.10P 2 4 V A C / DC

PN OZ a cti ve

0V DC

54 0 10 0

3RT1016-1BB42

3RT1 016-1BB42

13 23 33 41

14 24 34 42

.8

1 3 5 21

2 4 6 22 .7

1 3 5 21

2 4 6 22 .7

R evi sio n N ame

2 3.05 .05 WE D

Da te Na me

19 .01. 05 WED

Sa fety gate application Ca tegor y 4 EN 954-1

P il z Gm bH

& Co .KG

Ser ies conn ecti on of two PSENcs 2.1p, mon itor ed start

D ire cto ry: . .PN OZ\ 05PI L00 4

F el ix-W ank el-S tr. 2 7 37 60 O stf ilde rn

PN OZX3.10P
P age:

De p.

CS

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2005-06

4.2-23

Safety Gate Applications


Category 3, EN 954-1 PNOZ X8P Standstill monitoring
Features ` Dual-channel operation ` Safety gate switch with separate actuator and guard locking device ` Second safety switch coded ` Guard locking released after monitored standstill ` Monitored reset ` Contact expansion through positiveguided contactors ` Feedback circuit to monitor contact expansion ` Up to Category 3 of EN 954-1 gate is opened. This interrupts the input circuit on the safety relay PNOZ X8P (K4) and the safety contacts open. Contactors K5 and K6 de-energise. When the simultaneity requirement of the two input channels on the standstill monitor PSWZ X1P (K7) is exceeded, the unit switches to a fault condition. K7 is reactivated by pressing reset button S6. Start/reset The safety relay PNOZ X8P (K4) can be started by pressing reset button S5 if: ` The safety gate is closed and ` The contacts on safety switch S2 are closed and ` The semiconductor outputs on the coded safety switch S3 are closed and ` Contactors K5 and K6 have deenergised. The safety standstill monitor PSWZ X1P (K7) starts automatically once standstill is detected. Feedback circuit The positive-guided N/C contacts on contactors K5 and K6 are monitored in the safety relays feedback circuit Y1-Y2. Safety assessment ` The safety relay PNOZ X8P (K4) and contactors K5 and K6 must be installed in a single mounting area (control cabinet) in order to exclude a short across the output. ` Earth faults in the input circuit are detected. ` A fault on the device does not lead to the loss of the safety function. ` The device can be started when the input circuit is closed first, followed by reset button S5. This avoids an unwanted reset before the input circuit is closed or as a result of the reset button being overridden. ` Series connection is permitted in this application example because a single fault in the safety switch is detected.

4.2

Description Safety gate function The opening and closing of a safety gate is signalled to the safety relay PNOZ X8P (K4) via the contacts on the safety switch PSEN me1S/1AS (S2) and the semiconductor outputs on the coded safety switch PSENcs 2.1p (S3). Guard locking on safety switch S2 can be released via pushbutton S4. Guard locking will not be released until the safety contacts on the standstill monitor PSWZ X1P (K7) are closed. The standstill monitor PSWZ X1P (K7) monitors motor M1 for standstill. When standstill is achieved, the safety contacts on K7 are closed. The contacts on safety switch S2 and the semiconductor outputs on the coded safety switch S3 are opened as soon as the safety

Pilz products
Number 1 1 1 1 Description PNOZ X8P PSWZ X1P PSEN me1S/1AS PSEN cs2.1p Order number 777 760 777 949 570 000 540 100

Pilz GmbH & Co. KG, Sichere Automation, Felix-Wankel-Strae 2, 73760 Ostfildern, Germany, Telephone: +49 711 3409-0, Telefax: + 49 711 3409-133, E-Mail: pilz.gmbh@pilz.de

2005-06

4.2-24 5.1-

24VD C

2 4VDC

- S2
21 44 31 13 E1

-F 2
24 VDC 4A 13

-K 7
3.5

14

13

- S4
un loc k 22
P SENme 1S/1AS

14

43

32

14

E2

- K4
A1
-W3 LiYC11Y 8x0,25qmm br ws rs rt

Y 31

S1 1

S2 1

S12

S22

S12

S11

S52

A1

- S3

24 V 2 1 6 8 A2

A2

PNOZ X 8P
Y3 0 Y3 2 Y35 S33 S34 S37 Y1 Y1 Y2

TRANSPONDER

Power/Fault Safety Input Gate

13 P SENc s 2 .1p

-S5
s tar t/ res et 14

-K5
3 .2

21

22 21

-K6
3
-W3 LiYC11Y 8x0,25qmm gn gb gr bl

3 .3

22

0VDC

0 VDC

4.2

PS ENm e 1S /1A S 570 00 0

P NOZ 777

X8P 76 0
PNOZ X8P 24VDC

P SEN cs 2 .1p 540 10 0 13 23 33 41 51 14 24 34 42 52 3. 2

P age 1 of 2
R evi sio n N ame 2 4.05 .05 WE D Da te Na me 19 .01. 05 WED

Sa fety gate application Ca tegor y 3 EN 954-1

P il z Gm bH

& Co .KG

Saf ety gate wit h PSE Nme 1S/1AS, PSENcs 2.1p and sta ndst ill monitoring

D ire cto ry: . .PN OZ\ 05PI L00 4

F el ix-W ank el-S tr. 2 7 37 60 O stf ilde rn

PN OZX8P
P age:

De p.

CS

Pilz GmbH & Co. KG, Sichere Automation, Felix-Wankel-Strae 2, 73760 Ostfildern, Germany, Telephone: +49 711 3409-0, Telefax: + 49 711 3409-133, E-Mail: pilz.gmbh@pilz.de

2005-06

4.2-25

24VD C

24V DC

4 00V AC

-F3
24V DC 6A

-F4
1 3 5

-K5
.2 13 13

2 1

4 3

6 5

-K4
2 .6

-S 6
14 r eset 14

-K6
.3

4.2
-K7
A1 R ES PO WER A1 OU TPU T FA ULT L1 CH. 1 I N CH. 2 I N L2 L3

PSW Z X1P
CH.1 CH.2 V

2 4-24 0V

A2

A2

Y 30

Y 31

Y 32

Y3 5

Y1

Y2

PE- SCH.

A1

A1

- X1

PE

- K5
A2

-K 6
A2 U1 U2 V1

0VDC

0VD C

-M1
P SWZ X1 P 77 7 94 9
3RT1016-1 BB42 3RT1016-1BB42 PSWZ X1P

M ~
V2

1 3 5 21

2 4 6 22

.8 .8 .9 2.9

1 3 5 21

2 4 6 22

.8 .8 .9 2.9

13 23 41

14 24 42

2. 4

P age 2 of 2
R evi sio n N ame 2 4.05 .05 WE D Da te Na me 19 .01. 05 WED

Sa fety gate application Ca tegor y 3 EN 954-1

P il z Gm bH

& Co .KG

Saf ety gate wit h PSE Nme 1S/1AS, PSENcs 2.1p and sta ndst ill monitoring

D ire cto ry: . .PN OZ\ 05PI L00 4

F el ix-W ank el-S tr. 2 7 37 60 O stf ilde rn

PN OZX8P
P age:

De p.

CS

Pilz GmbH & Co. KG, Sichere Automation, Felix-Wankel-Strae 2, 73760 Ostfildern, Germany, Telephone: +49 711 3409-0, Telefax: + 49 711 3409-133, E-Mail: pilz.gmbh@pilz.de

2005-06

4.2-26

Notes

4.2

Pilz GmbH & Co. KG, Sichere Automation, Felix-Wankel-Strae 2, 73760 Ostfildern, Germany, Telephone: +49 711 3409-0, Telefax: + 49 711 3409-133, E-Mail: pilz.gmbh@pilz.de

2005-06

4.2-27

Safety Gate Applications


Category 3, EN 954-1 PNOZ XV3P Safe standstill of a master drive
Safety contact 57-58 on K1 opens after a delay and switches off the intermediate circuit of the master drive A1. The delay-on de-energisation time is set on the safety relay K1. Start/reset The safety relay PNOZ XV3P (K1) can be started by pressing reset button S3 if: ` The safety gate is closed and ` The contacts on safety switches S1 and S2 are closed and ` The master drives feedback contact (A1, 1/2) is closed and ` Contactors K2 and K3 have deenergised. Feedback circuit The positive-guided N/C contacts on contactors K2 and K3 and the master drives feedback contact are monitored in the safety relays reset/feedback circuit S33S34. Safety assessment ` The safety relay PNOZ XV3P (K1) and contactors K2 and K3 must be installed in a single mounting area (control cabinet) in order to exclude a short across the output. ` Earth faults in the input circuit are detected. ` A fault on the device does not lead to the loss of the safety function. ` The device can be started when the input circuit is closed first, followed by reset button S3. This avoids an unwanted reset before the input circuit is closed or as a result of the reset button being overridden.

Features ` Dual-channel operation ` Monitored reset ` Safe standstill of a master drive after a safety gate is opened ` Contact expansion through positiveguided contactors ` Feedback circuit to monitor contact expansion ` Up to Category 3 of EN 954-1

4.2

Pilz products
Number 1 2 Description PNOZ XV3P PSEN me2/2AS Order number 777 512 570 200

Description Safety gate function After the safety gate is opened, motor M1 is brought to a safe standstill via the master drive. The opening and closing of a safety gate is signalled to the safety relay PNOZ XV3P (K1) via the contacts on the safety switches PSEN me2/2AS (S1, S2). The contacts on safety switches S1 and S2 are opened as soon as the safety gate is opened. Safety contact 13-14 on the PNOZ XV3P (K1) opens immediately and shuts down the controller enable for the master drive A1. This way the master drive A1 can have a controlled shutdown. Safety contact 47-48 on K1 opens after a delay and switches off contactors K2 and K3.

Pilz GmbH & Co. KG, Sichere Automation, Felix-Wankel-Strae 2, 73760 Ostfildern, Germany, Telephone: +49 711 3409-0, Telefax: + 49 711 3409-133, E-Mail: pilz.gmbh@pilz.de

2005-06

4.2-28 5.1-

24VD C

24V DC L1 L2 L3

4 00VA C

- S1
11

-F1
24V DC 6A

-F2
1 3 5

-K2
.6 12
PSENme 2/2AS

-K3
.6

- S2
11

-T1 - K1
.3 47

48

s afet y g ate cl osed


PSENme 2/2AS

12

-K1
A1 S11 S12 S21 S31 S 32 S 22

-A1
1 2 4 A1 3
P24V PV

U1

V1

W1

24V

A2

PNO Z XV3P
t= 0,1 ...3 s Y40 S13 S14 S 33 S 34

- K1
.3

13

-K 1
.3

57

A2

Y39

14

58

X Y

-K2
.6 13

21

U2

V2

W2

22

PE- SCH.

- S3
st art/ r eset 14

-K3
.6

21

A1

A1

- K2
22 A2

-K 3
A2

- X1
0VD C

PE

0VDC

4.2
U1 V1 W1

PSE Nme 570

2/2 AS 20 0

P NOZ 7 77

XV3 P 512
PNO Z XV3P 24VDC 3S 3RT1016-1 BB42 3RT1016-1BB42

-M1

M ~

PSE Nme 570

2/2 AS 20 0

13 23 33 47 57

14 .6 24 34 48 .6 58 .7

1 3 5 21

2 4 6 22

.8 .9 .9 .5

1 3 5 21

2 .8 4 .9 6 .9 22 . 5

R evi sio n N ame

2 3.05 .05 WE D

Da te Na me

19 .01. 05 WED

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P il z Gm bH

& Co .KG

Saf e st ands till of a master drive aft er o peni ng a safety g ate

D ire cto ry: . .PN OZ\ 05PI L00 4

F el ix-W ank el-S tr. 2 7 37 60 O stf ilde rn

PN OZXV3P
P age:

De p.

CS

Pilz GmbH & Co. KG, Sichere Automation, Felix-Wankel-Strae 2, 73760 Ostfildern, Germany, Telephone: +49 711 3409-0, Telefax: + 49 711 3409-133, E-Mail: pilz.gmbh@pilz.de

2005-06

4.2-29

4.2

Pilz GmbH & Co. KG, Sichere Automation, Felix-Wankel-Strae 2, 73760 Ostfildern, Germany, Telephone: +49 711 3409-0, Telefax: + 49 711 3409-133, E-Mail: pilz.gmbh@pilz.de

2005-06

4.2-30 5.1-

ESPE Applications

Contents ESPE applications PNOZ X2.9P PSEN op4F light curtain PNOZ X3P PSEN op4F light curtain PNOZ X3.10P PSEN op4F light curtain PNOZ X8P PSEN op4H light curtain PNOZ X10.11P PSEN op4H light curtain * in accordance with EN 954-1

Page

Category 4* Category 4* Category 4* Category 4* Category 4*

4.3-2 4.3-4 4.3-6 4.3-8 4.3-10

4.3

Pilz GmbH & Co. KG, Sichere Automation, Felix-Wankel-Strae 2, 73760 Ostfildern, Germany, Telephone: +49 711 3409-0, Telefax: + 49 711 3409-133, E-Mail: pilz.gmbh@pilz.de

2005-06

4.3-1

ESPE Applications
Category 4, EN 954-1 PNOZ X2.9P PSEN op4F light curtain
Features ` Dual-channel operation with detection of shorts across contacts via light curtain ` Monitored reset ` Light curtain with semiconductor output ` Contact expansion through PZE X4P and positive-guided contactors ` Feedback circuit to monitor contact expansion ` Up to Category 4 of EN 954-1 Start/reset The safety relay PNOZ X2.9P (K1) can be started by pressing reset button S2 if: ` The light curtain is not interrupted and ` The semiconductor outputs on safety light curtain B1/B2 are closed and ` The relays on the contact expander module PZE X4P (K2) have de-energised and ` Contactors K3 and K4 have deenergised. Feedback circuit The positive-guided N/C contacts on contactors K3 and K4 are monitored in the safety relays feedback circuit S12-S34. The feedback circuit on safety relay K1 is linked to the feedback circuit on the contact expander module K2. Safety assessment ` The contact expander module PZE X4P (K2) and contactors K3, K4 must be installed in a single mounting area (control cabinet) in order to exclude a short across the output. ` Earth faults and shorts between contacts in the input circuit are detected via the light curtain. ` A fault on the device does not lead to the loss of the safety function. ` A single fault in the light curtain is detected. ` The device can be started when the input circuit is closed first, followed by reset button S2. This avoids an unwanted reset before the input circuit is closed or as a result of the reset button being overridden.

4.3

Pilz products
Number 1 1 1 Description PNOZ X2.9P PZE X4P PSEN op4F Order number 777 300 777 585 630 050

Description Light curtain function The interruption of light curtain PSEN op4F (B1/B2) is signalled to the safety relay PNOZ X2.9P (K1) via the two semiconductor outputs on receiver B2. The semiconductor outputs on the safety light curtains receiver B2 are opened as soon as the light curtain is interrupted. This interrupts the input circuit on the safety relay PNOZ X2.9P (K1) and the safety contacts open. The contact expander module PZE X4P (K2) and contactors K3 and K4 de-energise. The top and bottom DIP switches on the receiver B2 must be set at the same position. For the light curtain to reset automatically, number 4 on both DIP switches must be switched to ON.

Pilz GmbH & Co. KG, Sichere Automation, Felix-Wankel-Strae 2, 73760 Ostfildern, Germany, Telephone: +49 711 3409-0, Telefax: + 49 711 3409-133, E-Mail: pilz.gmbh@pilz.de

2005-06

4.3-2 5.1-

24VDC

24VDC

-B1

-B2

24VDC

24VDC

-F1
24VDC 4A

-F2
24VDC 4A

0V

0V

n.b.

Test/Start 1

n.b.

Muting 1

-K1
.4

13

-K2
.6

13

14

14

Muting 2

OSSD1

OSSD2

LAMP
SAFE HIGH LOW ALIGN ALIGN

ON

BREA K POWER ON SAFE 12 3 4

-K1
A1 S11 S12

-K2
A1

PE

PE 24V

A1

A1

A2

PNOZ X2.9P
Y37 S34 S52 A2

24V

A2

PZE X4P
Y1 Y2

transmitter

receiver

A2

Y36

-K3
.8 13

21

22 21

A1

A1

-S2
start/ reset PE 14

-K4
.9

-K3
A2

-K4
A2

22 PE

0VDC

PSEN op4F-14-015 630 050

PNOZ X2.9P 777 300


PNOZ X2.9P 24 VDC

PZE X4P 777 585


PZE X4P 24VDC 3 RT1016-1BB42

0VDC

4.3

3RT101 6-1BB42

13 23 33 41

14 .6 24 34 42

13 23 33 43 Y1

14 .8 24 34 44 Y2

1 3 5 21

2 4 6 22 .5

1 3 5 21

2 4 6 22 .5

Revision Name

23.06.05 WED

Date Name

19.01.05 WED

ESPE application Category 4 EN 954-1

Pilz GmbH & Co.KG Felix-Wankel-Str.2 73760 Ostfildern

Analysis of one PSEN op4 with monitored start and expander module with PZE X4P

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2005-06

4.3-3

ESPE Applications
Category 4, EN 954-1 PNOZ X3P PSEN op4F light curtain
Features ` Dual-channel operation with detection of shorts across contacts via light curtain ` Monitored reset ` Light curtain with semiconductor output ` Contact expansion through PZE X5P and positive-guided contactors ` Feedback circuit to monitor contact expansion ` Up to Category 4 of EN 954-1 The safety relay PNOZ X3P (K1) and contact expander module PZE X5P (K2) have diagnostic outputs for display or for evaluation via a PLC. Start/reset The safety relay PNOZ X3P (K1) can be started by pressing reset button S1 if: ` The light curtain is not interrupted and ` The semiconductor outputs on safety light curtain B1/B2 are closed and ` The relays on the contact expander module PZE X5P (K2) have de-energised and ` Contactors K3 and K4 have deenergised. Feedback circuit The positive-guided N/C contacts on contactors K3 and K4 are monitored in the safety relays feedback circuit S33-S34. The feedback circuit on safety relay K1 is linked to the feedback circuit on the contact expander module K2. Safety assessment ` The contact expander module PZE X5P (K2) and contactors K3 and K4 must be installed in a single mounting area (control cabinet) in order to exclude a short across the output. ` Earth faults and shorts between contacts in the input circuit are detected via the light curtain. ` A fault on the device does not lead to the loss of the safety function. ` A single fault in the light curtain is detected. ` The device can be started when the input circuit is closed first, followed by reset button S1. This avoids an unwanted reset before the input circuit is closed or as a result of the reset button being overridden.

4.3

Pilz products
Number 1 1 1 Description PNOZ X3P PZE X5P PSEN op4F Order number 777 313 777 150 630 050

Description Light curtain function The interruption of light curtain PSEN op4F (B1/B2) is signalled to the safety relay PNOZ X3P (K1) via the two semiconductor outputs on receiver B2. The semiconductor outputs on the safety light curtains receiver B2 are opened as soon as the light curtain is interrupted. This interrupts the input circuit on the safety relay PNOZ X3P (K1) and the safety contacts open. The input circuit on the contact expander module PZE X5P (K2) is interrupted and the safety contacts open. Contactors K3 and K4 de-energise. The top and bottom DIP switches on the receiver B2 must be set at the same position. For the light curtain to reset automatically, number 4 on both DIP switches must be switched to ON.

Pilz GmbH & Co. KG, Sichere Automation, Felix-Wankel-Strae 2, 73760 Ostfildern, Germany, Telephone: +49 711 3409-0, Telefax: + 49 711 3409-133, E-Mail: pilz.gmbh@pilz.de

2005-06

4.3-4 5.1-

24VDC

24VDC

-B1

-B2

+24V PLC/external

24VDC

24VDC

-F1
24VDC 4A

0V

0V

n.b.

Test/Start 1

n.b.

Muting 1

3 13

Muting 2

-K1
.3

14

OSSD1

-K2

OSSD2

6 A1 Y31 Y1 Y2 U K1 K2

LAMP
SAFE H IGH ALIGN L OW ALIGN B REAK POWER ON S AFE

-K1
ON

A1

-K2
.6

13

14

A1
12 3 4

S31

S21

S22

S32

S11

S12 A2

24V

A2

PZE X5P
Y32 Y35 Y3 Y4

Y30

PE

PE 24-240V

A1

A2

PNOZ X3P
Y31 Y32 S13 S14 S33 S34

0V PLC/external

transmitter

receiver

A2

Y30

-K1
.3

23

24

+24V PLC/external

0V PLC/external

-A3

-K3
.8

21 13

-A3

-A3

22 21

-S1
start/ reset 14

-K4
.9 E 4.0

22

E 4.1

E 4.2

-K3

A1

-K4

A1

A2

A2

PLC

PLC

PLC
PE

PE

0VDC

PSEN op4F-14-015 630 050

PNOZ X3P 777 313


PNOZ X3P 24-240VAC/DC

ESPE clear

PZE X5P 777 150

PZE active

PZE fault

0VDC

4.3
2 4 6 22 .5

PZE X5P 24VDC

3RT1 016-1BB42

3RT1016-1 BB42

13 23 33 41

14 .8 24 .8 34 42

13 23 33 43 53 Y1

14 .9 24 34 44 54 Y2

1 3 5 21

2 4 6 22 .5

1 3 5 21

Revision Name

23.06.05 WED

Date Name

19.01.05 WED

ESPE application Category 4 EN 954-1

Pilz GmbH & Co.KG Felix-Wankel-Str.2 73760 Ostfildern

Analysis of one PSENop 4 with monitored start and expander module

Directory: ..PNOZ\05PIL004

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2005-06

4.3-5

ESPE Applications
Category 4, EN 954-1 PNOZ X3.10P PSEN op4F light curtain
Features ` Dual-channel operation with detection of shorts across contacts via light curtain ` Monitored reset ` Light curtain with semiconductor output ` Contact expansion through positiveguided contactors ` Feedback circuit to monitor contact expansion ` Up to Category 4 of EN 954-1 Start/reset The safety relay PNOZ X3.10P (K4) can be started by pressing reset button S5 if: ` The light curtain is not interrupted and ` The semiconductor outputs on safety light curtain B1/B2 are closed and ` Contactors K5 and K6 have deenergised. Feedback circuit The positive-guided N/C contacts on contactors K5 and K6 are monitored in the safety relays feedback circuit S33-S34. Safety assessment ` The safety relay PNOZ X3.10P (K4) and contactors K5 and K6 must be installed in a single mounting area (control cabinet) in order to exclude a short across the output. ` Earth faults and shorts between contacts in the input circuit are detected via the light curtain. ` A fault on the device does not lead to the loss of the safety function. ` A single fault in the light curtain is detected. ` The device can be started when the input circuit is closed first, followed by reset button S5. This avoids an unwanted reset before the input circuit is closed or as a result of the reset button being overridden. Pilz products
Number 1 1 Description PNOZ X3.10P PSEN op4F Order number 777 314 630 050

4.3

Description Light curtain function The interruption of light curtain PSEN op4F (B1/B2) is signalled to the safety relay PNOZ X3.10P (K4) via the two semiconductor outputs on receiver B2. The semiconductor outputs on the safety light curtains receiver B2 are opened as soon as the light curtain is interrupted. This interrupts the input circuit on the safety relay PNOZ X3.10P (K4) and the safety contacts open. Contactors K5 and K6 deenergise. The top and bottom DIP switches on the receiver B2 must be set at the same position. For the light curtain to reset automatically, number 4 on both DIP switches must be switched to ON. The safety relay PNOZ X3.10P (K4) has a diagnostic output for display or for evaluation via a PLC.

Pilz GmbH & Co. KG, Sichere Automation, Felix-Wankel-Strae 2, 73760 Ostfildern, Germany, Telephone: +49 711 3409-0, Telefax: + 49 711 3409-133, E-Mail: pilz.gmbh@pilz.de

2005-06

4.3-6 5.1-

24VD C

24 VDC

-B1

- B2

2 4VDC

2 4VDC

-F 2
24 VDC 6A

0V

0V

n .b.

Te st/ Star t

n .b.

M uti ng

-K 4
M uti ng 2 4 .5

13

14

O SSD1

O SSD2

LAM P
SAFE HIGH LOW AL IGN

-K4
ON

ALI GN

A1

A1

S 31

S 21

S2 2

S3 2

S1 1

S12

S15

S16

BREAK POWER ON SAFE

A1
12 34

PE

PE

2 4V

A2

PN OZ X 3.10P
Y 30 Y 31 Y3 2 S1 3 S1 4 S33 S34

A2

A2

t ran smi tter

re cei ver 13

-S5
+24V PLC/external 0V PLC/external

-A3

s tar t/ res et

14

-K 5
.8

21

22 21

A1

A1

E 9 .0

-K 6
.9

-K5
A2

-K6
A2

PLC

22 PE

PE

0VDC

PSE N o p4F- 14- 015 630 050

P NOZ

X3 .10P

PN OZ a cti ve

0V DC

77 7 31 4
PNOZ X3.10P 2 4 V A C / DC 3RT1016-1BB42 3RT 1016-1BB42

4.3

13 23 33 41

14 24 34 42

.8

1 3 5 21

2 4 6 22 .7

1 3 5 21

2 4 6 22 .7

R evi sio n N ame

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& Co .KG

ESP E PS EN op4 wit h mo nito red start of PNOZ X3 .10P

D ire cto ry: . .PN OZ\ 05PI L00 4

F el ix-W ank el-S tr. 2 7 37 60 O stf ilde rn

PN OZX3.10P
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2005-06

4.3-7

ESPE Applications
Category 4, EN 954-1 PNOZ X8P PSEN op4H light curtain
Features ` Dual-channel operation with detection of shorts across contacts via light curtain ` Monitored reset ` Light curtain with semiconductor output ` Contact expansion through positiveguided contactors ` Feedback circuit to monitor contact expansion ` Up to Category 4 of EN 954-1 Start/reset The safety relay PNOZ X8P (K1) can be started by pressing reset button S1 if: ` The light curtain is not interrupted and ` The semiconductor outputs on safety light curtain B1/B2 are closed and ` Contactors K2 and K3 have deenergised. Feedback circuit The positive-guided N/C contacts on contactors K2 and K3 are monitored in the safety relays feedback circuit Y1-Y2. Safety assessment ` The safety relay PNOZ X8P (K1) and contactors K2, K3 must be installed in a single mounting area (control cabinet) in order to exclude a short across the output. ` Earth faults and shorts between contacts in the input circuit are detected via the light curtain. ` A fault on the device does not lead to the loss of the safety function. ` A single fault in the light curtain is detected. ` The device can be started when the input circuit is closed first, followed by reset button S1. This avoids an unwanted reset before the input circuit is closed or as a result of the reset button being overridden. Pilz products
Number 1 1 Description PNOZ X8P PSEN op4H Order number 777 760 630 150

4.3

Description Light curtain function The interruption of light curtain PSEN op4H (B1/B2) is signalled to the PNOZ X8P safety relay (K1) via the two semiconductor outputs on receiver B2. The semiconductor outputs on the safety light curtains receiver B2 are opened as soon as the light curtain is interrupted. This interrupts the input circuit on the safety relay PNOZ X8P (K1) and the safety contacts open. Contactors K2 and K3 deenergise. The top and bottom DIP switches on the receiver B2 must be set at the same position. For the light curtain to reset automatically, number 4 on both DIP switches must be switched to ON. The safety relay PNOZ X8P (K1) has a diagnostic output for display or for evaluation via a PLC.

Pilz GmbH & Co. KG, Sichere Automation, Felix-Wankel-Strae 2, 73760 Ostfildern, Germany, Telephone: +49 711 3409-0, Telefax: + 49 711 3409-133, E-Mail: pilz.gmbh@pilz.de

2005-06

4.3-8 5.1-

24VD C

24 VDC

-B1

-B2

2 4VD C

24VD C

+24V PLC/external

-F 1
24 VDC 6A

0V

0V

n .b.

T est/ Sta rt

n .b.

M ut ing

M ut ing

OSSD 1

OSSD 2

-K1
LAM P
SAFE HIG H LOW ALIGN

-K 1
A1 Y31 S11 S 21 S 12 S 22 S1 2 S1 1 S52 .4

13

14

ON

ALIGN

A1

BRE AK POWER ON SAF E 12 3 4

24V

A2

PNO Z X8P
Y30 Y 32 Y 35 S 33 S3 4 S3 7 Y1 Y1 Y2

PE

PE

A2

t ra nsmi tte r

r ecei ver

0V PLC/external

-A3

-A3

13

-S1
star t/ res et 14

-K 2
.8

21

22 21

-K 3
.9 E 8.0 E 8.1

22

A1

A1

-K2
A2

-K3
A2

PL C
PE

PLC
PE

0VDC

PS EN o p4H -30 -015 630 150

P NOZ

X8 P

ES PE

clea r

ESP E c lear

0V DC

77 7 7 60
PNOZ X8P 24V DC 3RT1016-1BB42 3RT1 016-1BB42

4.3

13 23 33 41 51

14 24 34 42 52

.8

1 3 5 21

2 4 6 22 .7

1 3 5 21

2 4 6 22 .7

R evi sio n N ame

2 3.05 .05 WE D

Da te Na me

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ES PE ap plication Ca tegor y 4 EN 954-1

P il z Gm bH

& Co .KG

ESP E PS EN op4 wit h mo nito red start of PNOZ X8P

D ire cto ry: . .PN OZ\ 05PI L00 4

F el ix-W ank el-S tr. 2 7 37 60 O stf ilde rn

PN OZX8P
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2005-06

4.3-9

ESPE Applications
Category 4, EN 954-1 PNOZ X10.11P PSEN op4H light curtain
Features ` Dual-channel operation with detection of shorts across contacts via light curtain ` Monitored reset ` Light curtain with semiconductor output ` Contact expansion through positiveguided contactors ` Feedback circuit to monitor contact expansion ` Up to Category 4 of EN 954-1 Start/reset The safety relay PNOZ X10.11P (K11) can be started by pressing reset button S11 if: ` The light curtain is not interrupted and ` The semiconductor outputs on safety light curtain B1/B2 are closed and ` Contactors K12 and K13 have deenergised. Feedback circuit The contacts on contactors K12 and K13 are monitored in the safety relays feedback circuit Y1-Y2. Safety assessment ` The safety relay PNOZ X10.11P (K11) and contactors K12, K13 must be installed in a single mounting area (control cabinet) in order to exclude a short across the output. ` Earth faults and shorts between contacts in the input circuit are detected via the light curtain. ` A fault on the device does not lead to the loss of the safety function. ` A single fault in the light curtain is detected. ` The device can be started when the input circuit is closed first, followed by reset button S11. This avoids an unwanted reset before the input circuit is closed or as a result of the reset button being overridden. Pilz products
Number 1 1 Description PNOZ X10.11P PSEN op4H Order number 777 750 630 150

4.3

Description Light curtain function The interruption of light curtain PSEN op4H (B1/B2) is signalled to the safety relay PNOZ X10.11P (K11) via the two semiconductor outputs on receiver B2. The semiconductor outputs on the safety light curtains receiver B2 are opened as soon as the light curtain is interrupted. This interrupts the input circuit on the safety relay PNOZ X10.11P (K11) and the safety contacts open. Contactors K12 and K13 deenergise. The top and bottom DIP switches on the receiver B2 must be set at the same position. For the light curtain to reset automatically, number 4 on both DIP switches must be switched to ON.

Pilz GmbH & Co. KG, Sichere Automation, Felix-Wankel-Strae 2, 73760 Ostfildern, Germany, Telephone: +49 711 3409-0, Telefax: + 49 711 3409-133, E-Mail: pilz.gmbh@pilz.de

2005-06

4.3-10 5.1-

24VD C

2 4VDC

-B1

-B2

2 4VD C

24VD C

-F 2
2 4VDC 6A

0V

0V

n .b.

T est/ Sta rt

n .b.

M ut ing

M ut ing

OSSD 1

OSSD 2

-K 11
.4

13

LAM P
SAFE HIG H LOW ALIGN

14

BRE AK POWER ON SAF E 12 3 4

ON

ALIGN

-K11
A1 A1 S11 S 21 S 22 S 12 S1 1 S1 2 Y3 Y3

A1

PE

PE 24V A2

PNO Z X10.11P
S33 S 34 S 37 S 12 Y1 Y1 Y1 Y2 Y2

A2 t ra nsmi tte r r ecei ver

A2

-K 12
.8 13

21

22 21 A1 22 A1

- S11
st art / r ese t 14

-K 13
.8

-K12
A2

-K13
A2 PE

PE

0VDC

PS EN o p4H -30 -015 630 150

PN OZ

X10. 11P

0 VDC

7 77 7 50
PNOZ X10. 11P 3RT1016-1BB42 3 RT1016-1BB42

4.3

13 23 33 43 53 63 71 81 91 01

1 4 .8 24 34 44 54 64 72 82 92 02

1 3 5 21

2 4 6 2 2 .6

1 3 5 21

2 4 6 22 .6

R evi sio n N ame

2 3.05 .05 WE D

Da te Na me

19 .01. 05 WED

ES PE ap plication Ca tegor y 4 EN 954-1

P il z Gm bH

& Co .KG

ESP E PS EN op4 wit h mo nito red start of PNOZ X10.11P

D ire cto ry: . .PN OZ\ 05PI L00 4

F el ix-W ank el-S tr. 2 7 37 60 O stf ilde rn

PN OZX10 .11P
P age:

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2005-06

4.3-11

4.3

Pilz GmbH & Co. KG, Sichere Automation, Felix-Wankel-Strae 2, 73760 Ostfildern, Germany, Telephone: +49 711 3409-0, Telefax: + 49 711 3409-133, E-Mail: pilz.gmbh@pilz.de

2005-06

4.3-12 5.1-

Safety Mat Applications

Contents Safety mat applications PNOZ X7P Safety mat monitoring PNOZ X9P Safety mat monitoring * in accordance with EN 954-1

Page

Category 4* Category 4*

4.4-2 4.4-4

4.4

Pilz GmbH & Co. KG, Sichere Automation, Felix-Wankel-Strae 2, 73760 Ostfildern, Germany, Telephone: +49 711 3409-0, Telefax: +49 711 3409-133, E-Mail: pilz.gmbh@pilz.de

2005-06

4.4-1

Safety Mat Applications


Category 4, EN 954-1 PNOZ X7P Safety mat monitoring
Features ` Single-channel operation ` Manual reset ` Structure of safety mats: positiveguided N/C contacts connected in series ` Contact expansion through positiveguided contactors ` Feedback circuit to monitor contact expansion ` Up to Category 4 of EN 954-1 Feedback circuit The positive-guided N/C contacts on contactors K7 and K8 are monitored in the safety relays feedback circuit Y1-Y2. Safety assessment ` The safety relay PNOZ X7P (K6) and contactors K7 and K8 must be installed in a single mounting area (control cabinet) in order to exclude a short across the output. ` Earth fault in the input circuit is detected. ` A fault on the device does not lead to the loss of the safety function. ` The connection leads on safety mat A1 must be screened. ` The safety relay PNOZ X7P only achieves Category 4 in accordance with EN 954-1 in conjunction with the HSM Type P7-24 safety mat from Haake. Pilz products
Number 1 Description PNOZ X7P Order number 777 059

4.4

Description Safety mat function When safety mat A1 is actuated (HSM Type P7-24 from Haake), the contacts on the safety mat are opened. The supply voltage to the safety relay PNOZ X7P (K6) is interrupted, the safety contacts at K6 open. Contactors K7 and K8 de-energise. Start/reset The safety relay PNOZ X7P (K6) can be started by pressing reset button S6 if: ` Safety mat A1 has not been actuated and ` Contactors K7 and K8 have deenergised.

Pilz GmbH & Co. KG, Sichere Automation, Felix-Wankel-Strae 2, 73760 Ostfildern, Germany, Telephone: +49 711 3409-0, Telefax: +49 711 3409-133, E-Mail: pilz.gmbh@pilz.de

2005-06

4.4-2 5.1-

24VD C

2 4VDC

-A1
Ha ake saf ety mat ty p: H SM

-F3
24 VDC 4A

-K6
A1

-K6
.3

13

14

A1

24V

A2

PNOZ X7P
Y1 Y2

A2

13

-S6
s tar t/ res et 14

-K 7
.4

21

22 21 A1 A1

-K 8
.5

22

-K7
A2

-K8
A2

0VDC

PN OZ X 7P 7 77 059
X7 24VAC/DC 3RT1016-1BB42 3RT1 016-1BB42

0 VDC

PNOZ

13 23

14 . 4 24

1 3 5 21

2 4 6 22 .3

1 3 5 21

2 4 6 22 .3

4.4

R evi sio n N ame

2 3.05 .05 WE D

Da te Na me

19 .01. 05 WED

Sa fety mat application Ca tegor y 4 EN 954-1

P il z Gm bH

& Co .KG

Haa ke H SM s afet y mat monitoring wit h PN OZ X7P

D ire cto ry: . .PN OZ\ 05PI L00 4

F el ix-W ank el-S tr. 2 7 37 60 O stf ilde rn

PN OZX7P
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De p.

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2005-06

4.4-3

Safety Mat Applications


Category 4, EN 954-1 PNOZ X9P Safety mat monitoring
Features ` Single-channel operation ` Monitored reset ` Structure of safety mats: positiveguided N/C contacts connected in series ` Contact expansion through positiveguided contactors ` Feedback circuit to monitor contact expansion ` Up to Category 4 of EN 954-1 Feedback circuit The positive-guided N/C contacts on contactors K14 and K15 are monitored in the safety relays feedback circuit Y1-Y2. Safety assessment ` The safety relay PNOZ X9P (K13) and contactors K14 and K15 must be installed in a single mounting area (control cabinet) in order to exclude a short across the output. ` Earth fault in the input circuit is detected. ` A fault on the device does not lead to the loss of the safety function. ` The connection leads on safety mat A1 must be screened. ` The device can be started when the input circuit is closed first, followed by reset button S10. This avoids an unwanted reset before the input circuit is closed or as a result of the reset button being overridden. Pilz products
Number 1 Description PNOZ X9P Order number 777 609

4.4

Description Safety mat function When safety mat A1 is actuated (HSM Type P7-24 from Haake), the contacts on the safety mat are opened. The input circuit on the safety relay PNOZ X9P (K13) is interrupted, the safety contacts on K13 open. Contactors K14 and K15 deenergise. Start/reset The safety relay PNOZ X9P (K13) can be started by pressing reset button S10 if: ` Safety mat A1 has not been actuated and ` Contactors K14 and K15 have deenergised.

Pilz GmbH & Co. KG, Sichere Automation, Felix-Wankel-Strae 2, 73760 Ostfildern, Germany, Telephone: +49 711 3409-0, Telefax: +49 711 3409-133, E-Mail: pilz.gmbh@pilz.de

2005-06

4.4-4 5.1-

24VD C

2 4VDC

- F5 -A1
H aak e s afet y m at t yp: HS M 2 4VD C 6A

-K 13
A1 Y3 1 S11 S21 S22 S 12 S 11 S 52

- K13
.2

13

14

A1

A2

P NOZ X9P
Y3 0 Y32 Y35 S33 S34 S 37 Y1 Y1 Y2

A2

-K14
13 .7

21

-S10
s tart / rese t 14

22 21 A1 22 A1

-K15
.8

-K 14
A2

-K15
A2

0VDC

0 VDC

PN OZ 777

X9P 609
PNOZ X9P 24VDC 3RT1016-1BB42 3RT1016-1BB42

13 23 33 43 53 63 73 81 91

14 24 34 44 54 64 74 82 92

.7

1 3 5 21

2 4 6 22 .5

1 3 5 21

2 4 6 2 2 .5

4.4

R evi sio n N ame

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P il z Gm bH

& Co .KG

Haa ke H SM s afet y mat monitoring wit h PN OZ X9P

D ire cto ry: . .PN OZ\ 05PI L00 4

F el ix-W ank el-S tr. 2 7 37 60 O stf ilde rn

PN OZX9P
P age:

De p.

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2005-06

4.4-5

Safety Mat Applications

4.4

Pilz GmbH & Co. KG, Sichere Automation, Felix-Wankel-Strae 2, 73760 Ostfildern, Germany, Telephone: +49 711 3409-0, Telefax: +49 711 3409-133, E-Mail: pilz.gmbh@pilz.de

2005-06

4.4-6 5.1-

Muting Applications

Contents Muting applications PMUT X1P Cross muting with lamp monitoring PMUT X1P Serial muting with lamp monitoring * in accordance with EN 954-1

Page

Category 4* Category 4*

4.5-2 4.5-6

4.5

Pilz GmbH & Co. KG, Sichere Automation, Felix-Wankel-Strae 2, 73760 Ostfildern, Germany, Telephone: +49 711 3409-0, Telefax: + 49 711 3409-133, E-Mail: pilz.gmbh@pilz.de

2005-06

4.5-1

Muting Applications
Category 4, EN 954-1 PMUT X1P Cross muting with lamp monitoring
4.5
Features ` Dual-channel operation with detection of shorts across contacts via light curtain ` Cross muting with two muting sensors and monitoring of the muting lamps ` Monitored reset ` Light curtain with semiconductor output ` Contact expansion through positiveguided contactors ` Feedback circuit to monitor contact expansion ` Up to Category 4 of EN 954-1 safety relay PMUT X1P (K1) is reactivated. When muting is active, muting lamp H1 will light. During the muting cycle, the PMUT X1P (K1) monitors the coiled filament on the connected muting lamps. If muting lamp H1 is defective, K1 automatically switches to muting lamp H2. If both muting lamps are defective and the light curtain is interrupted, the safety contacts on the safety relay PMUT X1P (K1) are opened. If the simultaneity requirement (3s) of muting sensors S2 and S4 is exceeded, the safety relay PMUT X1P (K1) will switch to a fault condition. Once the fault has been rectified, the simultaneity requirement can be reset by pressing key switch S6. Feedback circuit The positive-guided N/C contacts on contactors K2 and K3 are monitored in the safety relays feedback circuit Y1-Y2. Safety assessment ` The safety relay PMUT X1P (K1) and contactors K2 and K3 must be installed in a single mounting area (control cabinet) in order to exclude a short across the output. ` Earth faults and shorts between contacts in the input circuit are detected via the light curtain. ` A fault on the device does not lead to the loss of the safety function. ` A single fault in the light curtain is detected. ` The device can be started when the input circuit is closed first, followed by reset button S5. This avoids an unwanted reset before the input circuit is closed or as a result of the reset button being overridden. ` The light beams from muting sensors S1/ S2 and S3/S4 must cross within the danger zone. ` Muting sensors S1/S2 and S3/S4 must be tested at appropriate intervals. If muting is active, it will need to be deactivated in order to do this (no continuous muting).

Description Muting function The interruption of the light curtain is signalled to the safety relay PMUT X1P (K1) via the two semiconductor outputs on receiver B2. The semiconductor outputs on the safety light curtains receiver B2 are opened as soon as the light curtain is interrupted. This interrupts the input circuit on the safety relay PMUT X1P (K1) and the safety contacts open. Contactors K2 and K3 deenergise. If both muting sensors S2 and S4 become active within 3 s (simultaneity), muting is started. The input circuit on the safety relay PMUT X1P (K1) is overridden. Muting is ended when one muting sensor at most (S2 or S4) is active. The input circuit on the Start/reset The safety relay PMUT X1P (K1) can be started by pressing reset button S5 if: ` Muting sensors S2 and S4 have not been activated ` The light curtain is not interrupted and ` The semiconductor outputs on safety light curtain B1/B2 are closed and ` Contactors K2 and K3 have deenergised. Pilz products
Number 1 2 2 2 Description PMUT X1P PSEN op1.1 PSEN op1.2 PIT si1.1 Order number 778 010 630 321 630 322 620 010

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24VDC

-K1/S1+ /2.0

-K1/S2+ /2.0

-K1/S1- /2.0

-K1/S2- /2.0

-B1
1 3 2 -S1 -S4 4 5 6 -B1 -B2 7 8
PE n.c. +24V

-B2
-W1 LiCY11Y +24V br bl - W2 L iCY11Y 4 x0,25qmm br bl -W3 LiCY11Y 4x0,25qmm br bl -W4 LiCY11Y 4x0,25qmm br bl

1 5 3 4

4x0,25qmm

Test

RES

-S1

-S2

-S3

-S4

GND

OSSD1

OSSD2

POWER ON n.c. GND

AUSG ANG STAB ILITT

POWER ON

AUSGANG STABILITT

2 6 7 8
PE -W1 LiCY11 Y ws sw

n.c.

EDM

n.c.

ADO

PSEN op1.2

PSEN op1.1

PSEN op1.2

PSEN op1.1

n.c.

RR

PE

+24V

4
-W2 LiCY11Y 4x0,25qmm

4
-W3 LiCY11Y ws sw 4x0,25qmm

4
-W4 LiCY11 Y ws sw 4x0,25 qmm

transmitter

rece iver

Sick C4000S -S3 -S2

Sick C4000R

4x0,25 qmm

ws

sw

-K1/S12 /2.5

-K1/S1 /2.0

-K1/S2 /2.0

-K1/S22 /2.5

safety area

PE

PE

0VDC

muting sensor 1 transmitter

muting sensor 1 receiver

muting sensor 2 transmitter

muting sensor 2 receiver

0VDC

PSEN op1.2 630 322

PSEN op1.1 630 321

PSEN op1.2 630 322

PSEN op1.1 630 321

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24VDC

24VDC L1

400VAC

``
-F2
1.9/ -K1/S21.9/ -K1/S2 1.9/ -K1/S2+ 1.4/ -K1/S22 24VDC 6A

L2 L3

-F1

4.5

1.6/ -K1/S11.6/ -K1/S1 1.6/ -K1/S1+

-K1
.1

13

14

-K2
.6

X1

13

-K3
.7

-H1
ML1 X2

-S5
start 14

-K1
A1 S1+ S1 S1S2+ S2 S2LA+ LAS33 S34 S21 S22 S31 S32 S51 S52 S61 S62

A1

24V

A2

PMUT X1P
S3 S3+ S4S4 S4+ LB+ LBS43 S44 Y1 Y2 S11 S12 Y30 Y31 Y32 Y33 Y34 Y35 Y36 GND

A2

S3-

X1

-H2
ML2 X2

-K2
.6

21

22 21 PE-SCH.

13

-K3
.7

-S6
warm restart 14

22

A1

A1

-K2
A2 1.4/ -K1/S12

-K3
A2

-X1

PE

U1 0VDC PMUT X1P 778 010


PMUT X1P 24VDC

V1

W1

PIT si1.1 620 010


3RT1016-1BB42 3RT1016-1BB42

0VDC

-M1

M 3 ~

PIT si1.1 13 23 33 41 14 .7 24 34 42 620 010 1 3 5 21 2 .8 4 .9 6 .9 22 .5 1 3 5 21 2 .8 4 .9 6 .9 22 .5

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Notes

4.5

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Muting Applications
Category 4, EN 954-1 PMUT X1P Serial muting with lamp monitoring
4.5
Features ` Dual-channel operation with detection of shorts across contacts via light curtain ` Serial muting with four muting sensors and monitoring of the muting lamps ` Monitored reset ` Light curtain with semiconductor output ` Contact expansion through positiveguided contactors ` Feedback circuit to monitor contact expansion ` Up to Category 4 of EN 954-1 be made inactive. The muting cycle will then continue. Muting is ended when only muting sensor S9 or S10 is active. The input circuit on the safety relay PMUT X1P (K4) is reactivated. When muting is active, muting lamp H3 will light. During the muting cycle, the PMUT X1P (K4) monitors the coiled filament on the connected muting lamps. If muting lamp H3 is defective, K4 automatically switches to muting lamp H4. If both muting lamps are defective and the light curtain is interrupted, the safety contacts on the safety relay PMUT X1P (K4) are opened. If the simultaneity requirement (3 s) of muting sensors S7, S8 and S9, S10 is exceeded, the PMUT X1P safety relay (K4) will switch to a fault condition. Once the fault has been rectified, the simultaneity requirement can be reset by pressing key switch S12. Start/reset The safety relay PMUT X1P (K4) can be started by pressing reset button S11 if: ` Muting sensors S7, S8 and S9, S10 have not been activated ` The light curtain is not interrupted and ` The semiconductor outputs on safety light curtain B3/B4 are closed and ` Contactors K5 and K6 have deenergised. Feedback circuit The positive-guided N/C contacts on contactors K5 and K6 are monitored in the safety relays feedback circuit Y1-Y2. Safety assessment ` The safety relay PMUT X1P (K4) and contactors K5 and K6 must be installed in a single mounting area (control cabinet) in order to exclude a short across the output. ` Earth faults and shorts between contacts in the input circuit are detected via the light curtain. ` A fault on the device does not lead to the loss of the safety function. ` A single fault in the light curtain is detected. Pilz products
Number 1 2 Description PMUT X1P PIT si1.1 Order number 778 010 620 010

` The device can be started when the input circuit is closed first, followed by reset button S11. This avoids an unwanted reset before the input circuit is closed or as a result of the reset button being overridden. ` Muting sensors S7 ... S10 must be tested at appropriate intervals. If muting is active, it will need to be deactivated in order to do this (no continuous muting).

Description Muting function The interruption of the light curtain is signalled to the safety relay PMUT X1P (K4) via the two semiconductor outputs on receiver B4. The semiconductor outputs on the safety light curtains receiver B4 are opened as soon as the light curtain is interrupted. This interrupts the input circuit on the safety relay PMUT X1P (K4) and the safety contacts open. Contactors K5 and K6 de-energise. If both muting sensors S7 and S8 become active within 3 s (simultaneity), muting is started. The input circuit on the safety relay PMUT X1P (K4) is overridden. Muting sensors S9, S10 must energise while S7 and S8 are still active. Only then can S7 and S8

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24VDC

-B3
1 -S7 3 -S8 2 4 5 -S9 6 -S10 7 8
PE n .c. G ND T est

-B4
1 5 3 4 2 6 7 8
PE

+ 24V

+24V

RES

OSSD1

-K4/S12 /4.5 -K4/S22 /4.5

-B3

-B4

n .c.

OSSD2

n .c.

GND

EDM

n .c.

ADO

n .c.

RR

PE

+24V

transmitter

receiver

Sick C4000S

Sick C4000R

safety area

PE

PE

0VDC

0VDC

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24VDC

24VDC L1 L2 L3

400VAC

muting sensor 1

muting sensor 2 3.6/ -K4/S22

-F4
24VDC 6A

-F3

4.5

-K4
.1

13

-S7

-S8

14

-K5
.6

X1

13

-K6
.7

-H3
ML1 X2

-S11
start 14

-K4
A1 S1+ S1 S1S2+ S2 S2LA+ LAS33 S34 S21 S22 S31 S32 S51 S52 S61 S62

A1

24V

A2

PMUT X1P
S3 S3+ S4S4 S4+ LB+ LBS43 S44 Y1 Y2 S11 S12 Y30 Y31 Y32 Y33 Y34 Y35 Y36 GND

A2

S3-

X1

-H4 -S9 -S10


ML2 X2

-K5
.6

21

22 21 PE-SCH.

13

-K6
.7

-S12
muting sensor 3 muting sensor 4 warm restart 14

22

A1

A1

-K5
A2 3.6/ -K4/S12

-K6
A2

-X2

PE

U1 0VDC PMUT X1P 778 010


PMUT X1P 24VDC

V1

W1

PIT si1.1 620 010


3RT1016-1BB42 3RT1016-1BB42

0VDC

-M2

M 3 ~

PIT si1.1 13 23 33 41 14 .7 24 34 42 620 010 1 3 5 21 2 .8 4 .9 6 .9 22 .5 1 3 5 21 2 .8 4 .9 6 .9 22 .5

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Further Applications

Contents Further applications PNOZ X7P Tolerance switch (level switch) with PZE X4VP PSWZ X1P Releasing safety gate guard locking after standstill * in accordance with EN 954-1

Page

Category 1* Category 3*

4.6-2 4.6-4

2
4.6 5.1

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Further Applications
Category 1, EN 954-1 PNOZ X7P Tolerance switch (level switch) with PZE X4VP
Features ` ` ` ` ` Single-channel operation Automatic reset Contact expansion through contactor Feedback circuit to monitor PZE X4VP Up to Category 1 of EN 954-1 Start/reset When level switch S5 is closed, the safety relay PNOZ X7P (K3) starts automatically. If level switch S5 is opened and then closed again within the delay-on de-energisation time on K4, the PNOZ X7P (K3) starts automatically via delay-on de-energisation safety contact 17-18 on K4. Feedback circuit Feedback circuit Y1-Y2 on safety relay K3 is linked to feedback circuit Y1-Y2 on the contact expander module K4. The delay-on de-energisation safety contact on contact expander module K4 is also connected in parallel. In this way, safety relay K3 can be restarted (within K4s release time), even when safety relay K3 has not de-energised. Safety assessment ` Earth fault in the input circuit is detected. ` A fault on the device does not lead to the loss of the safety function. ` The level switch S5 must be classified as a well-tried component. Pilz products
Number 1 1 Description PNOZ X7P PZE X4VP Order number 777 059 777 582

4.6 5.1

Description Function The installation or application of level switches can lead to inadvertent operation. To prevent inadvertent operation, the delayon de-energisation PZE X4VP (K4) ignores brief interruptions of the level switch. The tolerance time depends on the delay-on deenergisation set on the PZE X4VP (K4). When the level switch S5 is operated, the supply voltage on the safety relay PNOZ X7P (K3) is interrupted and the safety contacts on K3 open. The supply voltage to the contact expander module PZE X4VP (K4) is interrupted, the safety contacts on K4 open after a delay. Contactor K5 de-energises after the delayon de-energisation time elapses on the contact expander module K4. If the supply voltage to the safety relay K3 is reconnected within the delay-on deenergisation time on K4, the safety contacts on K4 remain closed.

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24VDC

24VDC

-S5
level switch 2

-K3
.3

13

-F2
14 24VDC 4A

-K3
A1

-K4
A1

-K4
.5

27

28

A1

A1

24V

A2

PNOZ X7P
Y1 Y2 A2

24V

A2

PZE X4VP
t=2s fest Y1 Y2

A2

-K4
.5

17

18

A1

-K5
A2

0VDC

PNOZ X7P 777 059


PNOZ X7 24VAC/DC

PZE X4VP 777 582


PZE X4VP 2 4VDC 2S F 3RT1016-1BB42

0VDC

13 23

14 .5 24

17 27 37 47 Y1

18 .3 28 .7 38 48 Y2

1 3 5 21

2 4 6 22

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Further Applications
Category 3, EN 954-1 PSWZ X1P Releasing safety gate guard locking after standstill
Features ` Dual-channel operation with detection of shorts across contacts ` Safety gate switches with separate actuator and guard locking device ` Second safety switch with separate actuator ` Guard locking released after monitored standstill ` Monitored reset ` Contact expansion through positiveguided contactors ` Feedback circuit to monitor contact expansion ` Up to Category 3 of EN 954-1 When the simultaneity requirement of the two input channels on the standstill monitor PSWZ X1P (K2) is exceeded, the unit switches to a fault condition. K2 is reactivated by pressing reset button S7. The star-delta start-up on motor M1 is started via the start button S5 and switched off via the stop button S6. The contacts on safety switches S1 and S2 are opened as soon as the monitored safety gate is opened. This interrupts the input circuit on K1 and the safety contacts on the PNOZ X3P (K1) open. Contactors K3 and K3.1 plus timer K6 de-energise. Start/reset The safety relay PNOZ X3P (K1) can be started by pressing reset button S3 if: ` The safety gate is closed and ` The contacts on safety switches S1 and S2 are closed and ` Contactors K3 and K3.1 have deenergised. The standstill monitor PSWZ X1P (K2) starts automatically once standstill is detected. Feedback circuit The contacts on contactors K3 and K3.1 are monitored in the safety relays feedback circuit S33-S34. Safety assessment ` The safety relay PNOZ X3P (K1) and contactors K3 and K3.1 must be installed in a single mounting area (control cabinet) in order to exclude a short across the output. ` Earth faults and shorts between contacts in the input circuit are detected. ` A fault on the device does not lead to the loss of the safety function. ` The device can be started when the input circuit is closed first, followed by reset button S3. This avoids an unwanted reset before the input circuit is closed or as a result of the reset button being overridden. ` Using the standstill monitor PSWZ X1P (K2) means it is only possible to achieve Category 3 in accordance with EN 954-1.

4.6 5.1

Pilz products
Number 1 1 1 1 Description PNOZ X3P PSWZ X1P PSENme 1S/1AS PSENme 2/2AS Order number 777 313 777 949 570 000 570 200

Description Safety gate function The opening and closing of a safety gate is signalled to the safety relay PNOZ X3P (K1) via the contacts on safety switches PSENme 1S/1AS (S1) and PSENme 2/2AS (S2). Guard locking on safety switch S1 can be released via pushbutton S4. Guard locking will not be released until the safety contacts on the standstill monitor PSWZ X1P (K2) are closed. The standstill monitor PSWZ X1P (K2) monitors standstill on motor M1. When standstill is achieved, the safety contacts on K2 are closed.

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24VDC

-F2
24VDC 4A

-S2
11

-K2
2.5

13

14
PSENme 2/2AS

12

13

-S4
unlock 14

-S1
21 44 31 13 E1

-K1
A1 S31 S21 S22 S32 S11 S12

A1

24-240V

A2

PNOZ X3P
Y32 S13 S14 S33 S34

22
PSENm e 1S/1AS

43

32

14

E2

A2

Y30

Y31

13

-S3
start/ reset 14

-K3
2.1

21

22 21

-K3.1
2.2 0VDC

22 0VDC

PSENme 1S/1AS 570 000

PNOZ X3P 777 313


PNOZ X3P 24-240VAC/ DC

PSENme 2/2AS 570 200

13 23 33 41

14 24 34 42

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24VDC

24VDC

400VAC

4.6 5.1
-F3
24VDC 4A

-F1 -K3
.1 13 13 1 3 5

2 1

4 3

6 5

-K1
1.6

-S7
14 reset 14

-K3.1
.2

-K2
.5 13

41

42 53

-K2 -K6
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-S5
start 14

-K3
.1

-K6
.0

17

A1

RES POWER A1 OUTPUT FAULT

L1 CH.1 IN CH.2 IN

L2

L3

PE-SCH.

54

28

18

-X1 PSWZ X1P


CH.1 CH.2

PE

24-240V

A2

U1

V1

W1

-K4
Y1 Y2 .3

21

-S6
stop 22

-K5
.4

21

-K4
.3

21

A2

Y30

Y31

Y32

Y35

-M1
U2

M
3

PE

~
V2 W2

22

22

-X1
A1 A1 A1 A1 A1

-K6
A2

-K3
A2

-K3.1
A2

-K4
A2

-K5
A2

0VDC

0VDC

-K5
.4

delta-wye

net

net

wye

delta

PSWZ X1P 777 949

3RP 1574-1NP30

3RT1016 -1BB42 3RH19 21-1EA11

3RT1016-1BB42 3 RH19 21-1EA11

3RT1016-1BB42

3RT1016-1BB42

PSWZ X1P

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1 3 5 21 53 61

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2 .8 4 .8 6 .8 22 .4

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2 .8 4 .9 6 .9 22 .3

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Pilz Your Partner For Practical Training

Contents Pilz Your Partner For Practical Training Introduction

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Pilz Your Partner For Practical Training


Introduction Customised training concepts
Benefit from the expertise of one of the leading brands in automation technology As a result of many years experience, work with the standards committees and thorough expertise in the area of safe automation technology, Pilz is the ideal partner for practical training. Pilz offers a large number of seminars and courses on the widest range of subjects to both manufacturers and users alike worldwide, in various languages, to the samed standard. For example: General safety-related issues New machinery safety standards Programming and maintenance Error evaluation and diagnostics Whether you need a basic seminar or an advanced course, we can help to prepare you individually in the best way possible for everyday work situations. We will happily do this at your premises, directly on the machine. More information on our complete seminar program, conditions of registration and seminar venues can be found on the Internet, where you also have the opportunity to register directly online: www.pilz.com Why not find out more about our attractive range of training courses!

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Pilz GmbH & Co. KG, Sichere Automation, Felix-Wankel-Strae 2, 73760 Ostfildern, Germany, Telephone: +49 711 3409-0, Telefax: +49 711 3409-133, E-Mail: pilz.gmbh@pilz.de

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Contents Service Pre-sales/after sales Services, concepts and solutions Addresses of the technical offices in Germany

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Pre-sales/after sales Services, concepts and solutions
Plant assessment Analysis and assessment of the safety-related condition of your plant and machinery. Presentation of basic proposals for improvement. Risk assessment Assessment of the hazards and risks on plant and machinery, based on standards and norms. Safety concept Based on the risk assessment, appropriate protective measures can be selected and a safety concept drawn up. We are happy to advise you, in the configuration phase or during commissioning. Safety design Pilz can undertake all the tasks required to implement a project: component selection, preparation of circuit diagrams, programming, control cabinet, installation, commissioning. CE services Co-ordination and implementation of all the activities necessary for the CE conformity of plant and machinery. Safety sign-off Check of all the relevant safetyrelated documents, creation of check lists and examination of plant and machinery. Technical support Our engineers can support you in the selection, use and application of our products. They are in constant contact with customers from the widest range of industries and industrial sectors and are happy to answer your queries at any time. E-Mail: techsupport@pilz.de 24-hour hotline: +49 711 3409-444 Training and education A wide range of seminars and courses help to pass on the basics to minimise risks and safeguard your success. Worldwide representatives Our worldwide network of subsidiaries and sales partners ensures comprehensive support and assistance with your questions and problems. Internet Our homepage at www.pilz.com provides the latest information, electronic shopping, direct dialogue and enquiry functions, as well as extensive download options. E-Business The focus of Pilzs E-Business activities is to strengthen customer orientation through the use of new media and to increase added value via a supplementary business model for Business-to-Business. Supply and repair service From a fast, economical repair through to a long supply guarantee to safeguard your investment always expect more from Pilz. Certificates and approvals Pilz is certified to DIN ISO 9001. International approvals and certification from recognised test bodies confirm our products suitability for worldwide use.

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Pilz GmbH & Co. KG, Sichere Automation, Felix-Wankel-Strae 2, 73760 Ostfildern, Germany, Telephone: +49 711 3409-0, Telefax: +49 711 3409-133, E-Mail: pilz.gmbh@pilz.de

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Addresses Technical offices in Germany
Dresden
Pilz GmbH & Co. KG Sichere Automation Technisches Bro Dresden Hauptstrae 32 01445 Radebeul Telephone: 0351 83639-96/-97 Telefax: 0351 83639-98 Field office in Berlin: Telephone: 030 4408987 Telefax: 030 44359047

Hannover
Pilz GmbH & Co. KG Sichere Automation Technisches Bro Hannover Osterwalder Strae 8 30827 Garbsen Telephone: 05131 4918-0 Telefax: 05131 4918-10

Pirmasen
Pilz GmbH & Co. KG Sichere Automation Technisches Bro Pirmasens Karlstrae 22 66969 Lemberg Telephone: 06331 6981-11 Telefax: 06331 6981-61

Mnchen
Pilz GmbH & Co. KG Sichere Automation Technisches Bro Mnchen lndustriestrae 44 b 82194 Grbenzell Telephone:08142 4670-0 Telefax: 08142 54541

Reutlingen
Pilz GmbH & Co. KG Sichere Automation Technisches Bro Reutlingen Lichtensteinstrae 38 72124 Pliezhausen Telephone: 07127 8905-10 Telefax: 07127 8905-11

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Filderstadt
Pilz GmbH & Co. KG Sichere Automation Technisches Bro Filderstadt Uhlbergstrae 75/1 70794 Filderstadt Telephone: 0711 7785244 Telefax: 0711 7785245

Mnchengladbach
Pilz GmbH & Co. KG Sichere Automation Technisches Bro Mnchengladbach Girmen 32 52525 Heinsberg Telephone: 02452 939-877 Telefax: 02452 939-878

Siegburg
Pilz GmbH & Co. KG Sichere Automation Technisches Bro Siegburg Adolf-Kolping-Platz 12 53721 Siegburg Telephone: 02241 57160 Telefax: 02241 57076

Bielefeld
Pilz GmbH & Co. KG Sichere Automation Technisches Bro Bielefeld Mackenbrucher Strae 35 a 33813 Oerlinghausen Telephone: 05202 926012 Telefax: 05202 926013

Frankfurt
Pilz GmbH & Co. KG Sichere Automation Technisches Bro Frankfurt Heinrich-Bll-Str. 27 63110 Rodgau Telephone: 06106 624641 Telefax: 06106 624677

Nrnberg
Pilz GmbH & Co. KG Sichere Automation Technisches Bro Nrnberg Poppenleite 6 96152 Burghaslach Telephone: 09552 980568 Telefax: 09552 980569

Singen
Pilz GmbH & Co. KG Sichere Automation Technisches Bro Singen Ob den Husern 3 78250 Tengen Telephone: 07736 921952 Telefax: 07736 921953

Bonn
Pilz GmbH & Co. KG Sichere Automation Technisches Bro Bonn Cimbernstrae 3 53859 Niederkassel Telephone: 02208 914128 Telefax: 02208 914129

Gieen
Pilz GmbH & Co. KG Sichere Automation Technisches Bro Gieen Waldstrae 26 35452 Heuchelheim Telephone: 0641 9661788 Telefax: 0641 9661789

Pilz GmbH & Co. KG, Sichere Automation, Felix-Wankel-Strae 2, 73760 Ostfildern, Germany, Telephone: +49 711 3409-0, Telefax: +49 711 3409-133, E-Mail: pilz.gmbh@pilz.de

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Pilz Ges.m.b.H. Sichere Automation Modecenterstrae 14 1030 Wien Austria Telephone: +43 1 7986263-0 Telefax: +43 1 7986264 E-Mail: pilz@pilz.at

Pilz lndustrieelektronik GmbH Gewerbepark Hintermttli Postfach 6 5506 Mgenwil Switzerland Telephone: +41 62 88979-30 Telefax: +41 62 88979-40 E-Mail: pilz@pilz.ch

Pilz lndustrieelektronik S.L. Cam Ral, 130 Polgono Industrial Palou Nord 08400 Granollers Spain Telephone: +34 938497433 Telefax: +34 938497544 E-Mail: pilz@pilz.es

Pilz Ireland Industrial Automation Cork Business and Technology Park Model Farm Road Cork Ireland Telephone: +353 21 4346535 Telefax: +353 21 4804994 E-Mail: sales@pilz.ie

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Pilz Australia Safe Automation Suite C1, 756 Blackburn Road Clayton, Melbourne VIC 3168 Australia Telephone: +61 3 95446300 Telefax: +61 3 95446311 E-Mail: safety@pilz.com.au

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Pilz China Representative Office Safe Automation Rm. 704-706 No. 457 Wu Lu Mu Qi (N) Road Shanghai 200040 China Telephone: +86 21 62494658 Telefax: +86 21 62491300 E-Mail: sales@pilz.com.cn

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Pilz Skandinavien K/S Safe Automation Nuijamiestentie 5 A 00400 Helsinki Finland Telephone: +358 9 27093700 Telefax: +358 9 27093709 E-Mail: pilz.fi@pilz.dk

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Pilz ltalia Srl Automazione sicura Via Meda 2/A 22060 Novedrate (CO) Italy Telephone: +39 031 789511 Telefax: +39 031 789555 E-Mail: info@pilz.it

Pilz de Mexico, S. de R.L. de C.V. Automatizacin Segura Circuito Pintores # 170 Cd. Satelite C.P. 53100 Naucalpan de Juarez, Edo. de Mexico Mexico Telephone: +52 55 5572 1300 Telefax: +52 55 5572 4194 E-Mail: info@mx.pilz.com

Pilz Skandinavien K/S Safe Automation Energigatan 10 B 43437 Kungsbacka Sweden Telephone: +46 300 13990 Telefax: +46 300 30740 E-Mail: pilz.se@pilz.dk

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Pilz Nederland Veilige automatisering Postbus 186 4130 ED Vianen Netherlands Telephone: +31 347 320477 Telefax: +31 347 320485 E-Mail: info@pilz.nl

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Pilz Belgium Safe Automation Bijenstraat 4 9051 Gent (Sint-Denijs-Westrem) Belgium Telephone: +32 9 3217570 Telefax: +32 9 3217571 E-Mail: info@pilz.be

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Pilz GmbH & Co. KG Sichere Automation Felix-Wankel-Strae 2 73760 Ostfildern Germany Telephone: +49 711 3409-0 Telefax: +49 711 3409-133 E-Mail: pilz.gmbh@pilz.de

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Pilz France Electronic 1, rue Jacob Mayer BP 12 67037 Strasbourg Cedex 2 France Telephone: +33 3 88104000 Telefax: +33 3 88108000 E-Mail: siege@pilz-france.fr

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Pilz do Brasil Automao Segura Rua rtico, 123 - Jd. do Mar 09726-300 So Bernardo do Campo - SP Brazil Telephone: +55 11 4337-1241 Telefax: +55 11 4337-1242 E-Mail: pilz@pilzbr.com.br

Pilz Skandinavien K/S Safe Automation Ellegaardvej 25 L 6400 Sonderborg Denmark Telephone: +45 74436332 Telefax: +45 74436342 E-Mail: pilz@pilz.dk

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Pilz Japan Co., Ltd. Safe Automation Shin-Yokohama Fujika Building 5F 2-5-9 Shin-Yokohama Kohoku-ku Yokohama 222-0033 Japan Telephone: +81 45 471-2281 Telefax: +81 45 471-2283 E-Mail: pilz@pilz.co.jp

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Pilz Automation Safety L.P. 7150 Commerce Boulevard Canton Michigan 48187 USA Telephone: +1 734 354-0272 Telefax: +1 734 354-3355 E-Mail: info@pilzusa.com

Pilz New Zealand Safe Automation 5 Nixon Road Mangere Auckland New Zealand Telephone: +64 9 6345350 Telefax: +64 9 6345352 E-Mail: t.catterson@pilz.co.nz

Pilz Automation Technology Safe Automation Willow House, Medlicott Close Oakley Hay Business Park Corby Northants NN18 9NF United Kingdom Telephone: +44 1536 460766 Telefax: +44 1536 460866 E-Mail: sales@pilz.co.uk

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Pilz Korea Ltd. Safe Automation #428 Midas Tower 775-1 Janghang Dong Ilsan Gu, Goyang City Gyeonggi Province 411-837 Republic of Korea Telephone: +82 31 8159541 Telefax: +82 31 8159542 E-Mail: info@pilzkorea.co.kr

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In many countries we are represented by sales partners. Please refer to our Homepage for further details or contact our headquarters.

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Pilz GmbH & Co. KG Sichere Automation Felix-Wankel-Strae 2 73760 Ostfildern, Germany Telephone: +49 711 3409-0 Telefax: +49 711 3409-133 E-Mail: pilz.gmbh@pilz.de

Automation Workbench, Pilz, PIT, PMI, PNOZ, PSS, SafetyBUS p are registered trademarks of Pilz GmbH & Co. KG. Text and graphics in this leaflet are simply intended to give an overview of the system. No responsibility accepted for errors or omissions.

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