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Safety Interlock Door Switches mount in any direction.

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November 21, 2012 - Mounting in 4 different directions without having to rotate head, D4SL-N Safety Interlock Switches also allow users to change key insertion point, without detaching head. Products feature LED indicators for checking switch status from any direction. Minimum key holding force is 1,300 N and IP67-rated switches deliver minimum of 1 million operations. Available with 4-, 5-, or 6-contacts, compact units are also offered in models with connector-type or terminal block-type wiring.

Omron Scientific Technologies Inc.

6550 Dumbarton Circle, Fremont, CA, 94555, USA

Original Press Release

D4SL-N Safety Interlock Switch from Omron Automation and Safety Delivers Simple Installation and Flexible Operation in Space-Restricted Door Access Applications

Press release date: November 19, 2012

This very compact guard-locking switch is available with up to 6 contacts, can be mounted in any direction and allows users to change the key insertion point without detaching the head

FREMONT, CA – Omron Automation and Safety introduces D4SL-N Safety Interlock Switches. Available with 4-, 5- or 6-contacts to satisfy varied application needs, the IP67-rated D4SL-N can be mounted in four different directions without needing to rotate the head. Two wiring methods minimize wiring time and make possible one-touch attachment and removal. Easy to view LED indicators allow users to quickly check switch status from any direction. D4SL-N safety switches deliver a minimum of 1 million operations and boast a minimum key holding force of 1300 N to maximize the range of potential applications that can benefit from a tough, compact safety switch.

"The D4SL-N, featuring a compact body with metal-head as an option, is an ideal solution for many guard-door safety applications ranging from limited space to very demanding industrial environments. Combined with a wide variety of mounting methods and available operating keys, and a generous key slot that accommodates the misalignment and instability of real-life door applications, the D4SL-N is a robust and simple-to-install switch that satisfies the demanding safety needs of today's door access applications," says Trang Nguyen, Product Specialist, Omron Automation and Safety.

D4SL-N switches are available with two types of wiring. Connector-type wiring models feature a connector cable that reduces the potential for mis-wiring, facilitates fast maintenance, and allows easy switch replacement in the event a switch is damaged. Terminal block-type models include a detachable terminal block to significantly increase wiring efficiency.

6-contact versions of the D4SL-N safety switch enable users to independently monitor door open/closed status, as well as solenoid on/off status, from a single switch.

An optional slide key prevents workers from becoming trapped inside the hazardous area, without having to use a padlock.

About Omron STI
Omron Scientific Technologies, Inc. (STI) is a leading brand of automation safeguarding products and services available worldwide from Omron Automation and Safety. Omron STI safety products and integration services are used to protect workers around machinery, automated equipment and industrial robots in a wide variety of applications and markets including semiconductor, automotive, medical, electronics manufacturing, packaging and consumer markets. They partner with globally recognized and proven Omron automation platform products to deliver solutions that integrate logic, motion, and vision for complete machine and production control. The Omron Automation and Safety headquarters for Pan America is located in Schaumburg, Illinois USA.

For more information contact Omron Automation and Safety, 6550 Dumbarton Circle, Fremont, CA  94555; 1.800.479.3658; 510.608.3400; fax: 510.744.1442; sales@sti.com; www.sti.com .

Company Contact:
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800.221.7060

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