E20-FSB-3E-F-C/O4-110A - Castell Safety International Ltd - Interlocks (Castell Locks)
- Product Code: E20-FSB-3E-F-C/O4-110A
- Product name : KSSE20-FSB-3E-F-C/O4-110A
- Manufacturer Castell Safety International Ltd
- Stock Qty: 1 (In Stock)
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|Product||Castell Trapped Key Interlock|
|Product Type||Multikey Solenoid Switch|
|Lock portion type||FS (Also Available in Q style. See attached Pictures)|
|Mounting||F = Front of board mount, with enclosure (Also available in Panel mount version without enclosure)|
|Isolation||20 A, standard|
|Material||Brass (Also Available in Stainless Steel)|
|Key Condition||E = Exchange key condition (Also available in double key condition)|
|Contacts Arrangement in Normal Position||C/O = NO/NC arrangement (contacts closed/open) CC = NC arrangement (contacts closed)|
|Control Voltage||110 V (Also available in 24, 220, 240 V)|
|Secondary lock portions||1 (Maximum up to 3)|
|Current||VAC (Also available in VDC)|
|No of Contacts||4 or 6|
|Lock Portion Symbol (Primary Key )||FS (1) up to 3 characters / Q (1) up to 6 characters|
|Lock Portion Symbol (Secondary Key )||FS (1) up to 3 characters / Q (1) up to 6 characters|
|LEI Indias is an Authorised Distributor of Castell Locks by Castell Safety International.|
machine guarding. It is usually used in combination with an access interlock
such as the Salus for part body access or an AIE access interlock with an
exchange key for full body access control such as AIE.
The KSSE breaks the machine safety circuit, ensuring a machine is shut down once the isolation key is inserted and turned into the unit. Once the machine has completed the cycle, an external signal is received by the solenoid, which is indicated by an illuminated LED.
Activating the green button on the KSSE will enable the personnel keys to be turned and removed ensuring the power is locked out. The keys can then be taken to the AIE dual key access interlocks to enable access to the machinery.
The machine cannot be restarted until all doors are
closed, and all personnel keys returned to the KSSE