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Vibration dampers – Protective screen – Swivel fixing brackets – Test rod

SAV – Vibration dampers for safety light curtains

The SAV vibration dampers have been designed to avoid mechanical damage to the light curtains installed in those applications which have a high level of vibrations.

The unprotected light curtains might resent the vibrations produced by e.g. presses, weaving machines, etc.
In these cases, the use of SAV vibration dampers is highly recommended.

– SAV 4E, 8E and 12E dampers are to be used
with EOS4/EOS2 light curtains
– SAV 3 and SAV4 dampers are to be used with
Admiral, Vision or Metron.

PSE – Protective screen for EOS

PSE features a polycarbonate protective screen that preserves the light curtain’s front screen from damages due to welding sparks or due to the presence of acids in the workspace.

Once no more usable the protective screen can be quickly replaced thanks to its fast and easy stainless steel clamping system.

The protective screens are available for any protected heights of the EOS range.

The system comprises 1 set of stainless steel clamps for one safety light curtain (emitter and receiver) SFS E and 1 set of 4 protective screens (2 spare parts) to be ordered according to the required length PSE.

SFB/SFBE/SFB E180 – Swivel brackets for safety light curtain

The SFB/SFBE/SFB180E swivel brackets allow the rotation of the light curtain around its longitudinal axis, as well as the adjustment of its vertical and horizontal position.

The use of the SFB/SFBE/SFB180E swivel brackets is recommended to align those light curtains which are employed in applications having a long range or using deflector mirrors.

– SFB are to be used with Admiral, Vision and Metron
– SFBE/SFB180E are to be used with EOS4 and EOS2.

TR – Test rod

The test rod is an opaque cylinder used after the installation of a safety light curtain to check that no beams are bypassed due to the presence of reflecting surfaces.

The test is carried out by slowly moving the test rod (Ø = Resolution) in the centre and then along each side of the protected area. During this procedure the Green led on the Receiver must always remain in the off state.