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Powerful new safety relays are just 6 mm wide

08 September 2015

The new PSR Mini relays from Phoenix Contact are the world’s slimmest safety relays with the power of a large safety relay. With their compact 6-mm width, they ensure high safety thanks to positively driven contacts. 

Phoenix Contact’s new relay technology makes this compact design possible. The design is based on a slim but powerful basic relay characterised by minimal space requirements, low energy consumption, and high system availability.

The safety relays can switch loads up to 6 amperes, are compatible with many signal transducers, and can be used in many different applications thanks to extensive approvals. This makes the new products especially suitable for mechanical engineering and process industry applications.

These slim modules require up to 70 percent less space. As only a single enabling contact is needed, applications can be built with new and improved cost-effectiveness. Safety relays can also be used to build distributed systems in potentially explosive areas. The terminal carriers also enable the use of system cabling solutions for a fast and correct start-up and field connection.

The complete PSR Mini range of safety relays consists of 6-mm and 12-mm models. For more information about PSR Mini range, please go to: www.phoenixcontact.co.uk/safety

Electrical and Functional Safety Explained
As part of Phoenix Contact’s ever increasing involvement in Machinery Safety and its growing product portfolio we have teamed up with TÜV SÜD, Mechan Controls and Axelent to bring you a free, one day workshop on Electrical and Functional Safety.

At the end of the course, delegates will understand the electrical and functional safety aspects of machinery, will be able to identify fundamental issues and will have the ability to identify and apply appropriate EN standards.

The next workshop is on 3rd November 2015 at the Imperial War Museum in Duxford.  To book your place, please visit our website here: www.phoenixcontact.co.uk/safetyworkshop


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