SAFEMASTER W – Wireless Emergency Stop
The wireless emergency stop system of the SAFEMASTER W series is a mobile, flexible and secure system for the emergency stop as well as control functions. The wireless system is in accordance with PL e as per DIN EN ISO 13849-1 as well as safety category 4 as per DIN EN 954-1. It demonstrates it special strengths in mobile applications as well as in extensive or complex systems with hazardous areas. Examples for use are the configuration of machines or troubleshooting and/or maintenance work on machines in automatic operation. The device distinguishes itself by a large degree of user-friendliness and good ergonomics.
Your advantages at a glance
Maximum mobility and flexibility with the highest level of security
Ergonomic transmitter for non-tiring operation
Comfortable one-handed operation
2-stage push button with tactile switching points
Protection from accidentally pressing the button
For security applications up to cat. 4 / PL e or SIL CL 3
Maximum freedom of movement due to wireless design
Clear control panel, individually configurable
Quick charging and high capacity transmitter battery
The SAFEMASTER W series is approved for use in safety applications up to Cat. 4 / PL e or SIL 3. The latest radio controlled technology ensures reliable protection for people, machinery, and the environment.
In automated manufacturing systems, safety devices ensure that the operator does not come too close to the hazardous area during automatic operation, Frequently, however, operators must work in hazardous areas in special machine operating modes during reviews, programming, or maintenance. In such situations, the wireless emergency stop system from the SAFEMASTER W family by DOLD offers the safety you need. It is the wireless solution for mobile applications in extended or complex facilities with hazardous zones.
Safety related data:
- Cat 4 / PL e to DIN EN ISO 13849-1
- Safety Integrity Level (SIL 3) to IEC/EN 61508
With the wireless emergency stop system, you can safely be closer to what’s happening. Besides the safety function, the handheld transmitter has a button and switch which can be freely configured for user-specific control tasks for convenient operation. Independent of the user’s location, it facilitates secure operation and makes it possible to switch off facilities in dangerous situations. It can be used universally, providing maximum mobility and safety.
An electronic key allows rights to be allocated to individuals. The optional design of the system with infrared transmitter and infrared receiver serves to securely (re)start machines from pre-defined start zones in the field of view.
Fields of application
Extended mobile danger zones
Fully automated fork lifts
Automated high-bay warehouses
Automated assembly lines
… and for all applications with access to dangerous areas. Please contact us.
Radio Controlled Safety Module BI 5910
The radio controlled safety module BI 5910 reacts on the signals of the corresponding remote control and the wired safety components. To detect the corresponding remote control frequency and identity code must be identical.
Remote Control RE 5910
The remote control includes 1 e-stop and 1 start button as well as 4 function buttons for radio remote control. It does not replace conventional safety circuits, but offers additional features. I.e. wired safety circuits remain active, although a remote control is used.
This example of application shows the wireless emergency stop system SAFEMASTER W in combination with the safetyswitch and key transfer system SAFEMASTER STS.
If the handheld transmitter is removed from the station and started, the wireless emergency stop and additional control functions activate (1). After activating the wireless emergency stop, access to the safety door is granted by SAFEMASTER STS (2) as soon as dangerous movements (3) have been switched off.
Innovative safety solutions
As a solution provider in the field of safe automation and electrical safety, DOLD offers a comprehensive portfolio from a single source. Our SAFEMASTER solutions have been used successfully worldwide for many decades.