Press Release Summary:
Press Pilot 100, 200, and 300 Series fit every type of part revolution, mechanical stamping press. Each has dual redundant processors, dual force guided clutch relays, input status diagnostics for troubleshooting and conforms to ANSI B11.1, OSHA 1910.217, and CAN/CSA-Z142-M90 standards. Model 200 has Allen-Bradley Micro-Logix processors with light curtain interface, input status LEDs, and self-diagnostics. Model 300 has SLC and PLC5 processors.
Original Press Release:
Press Pilot Series: Press Controls for Mechanical Presses
HOLLAND, OHIO - Toledo Integrated Systems introduces the Press Pilot Series of press controls. The Press Pilot 100, 200 & 300 Series offers a press control to fit every type of part revolution, mechanical stamping press. Each package has dual redundant processors to ensure control reliability and safety. The Series conforms to ANSI B11.1, OSHA 1910.217 and CAN/CSA-Z142-M90 standards.
The Press Pilot 100 is a Toledo designed, economical press control. It is dual processor based and has dual force guided clutch relays. This controller has input status diagnostics for troubleshooting.
The Press Pilot 200 is a Toledo designed press control for Allen-Bradley users. It consists of dual Allen-Bradley Micro-Logix processors with dual relays and power supplies. This controller has a light curtain interface, input status LEDs and self-diagnostics.
The Press Pilot 300 incorporates standard Allen-Bradley SLC and PLC5 processors. This package is custom designed to fit your specific application and needs.
The Press Pilot 100, 200 & 300 Series has features of: protected memory, four operation modes, cam switch check, anti-repeat and anti-tiedown protection, clutch/brake air pressure and counterbalance monitoring, top stop overrun protection and more. Timed-based brake monitor, timed inch, light curtain mute on up stroke and other options are available. These controls can use up to four operator stations and be customized for special requirements.
The Press Pilot Series can be used as stand-alone units or integrated with other automation equipment such as die protection, tonnage monitoring, programmable limit switches, etc. They can also be sold on the back panel for retrofits and mounting in an existing cabinet for OEMs.