Ergonomic operation, more compact design, higher safety level, combination of productivity with safety and integration of functions. These are only a few of the many characteristics on which our designers lay value when they write the specifications for new products and product families in co-operation with the product managers.

Here you see the results: New features from the Schmersal Group. Always up-to-date.

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The PS 116 is an extremely versatile yet compact and robust limit switch for determining the position of movable machine components or machine guards that can be moved laterally or rotated. More

Schmersal has applied Radio-frequency identification (RFID) technology in the new RSS260 series electronic safety sensor. The RSS260 is designed for application in safety circuits monitoring the position of hinged, sliding or removable guards using a specifically coded, passive RFID tag in the actuator. More

The AZM300 was an entirely new concept for solenoid interlocks, with the addition of an RFID sensor. Now, the series is extended with versions that have an emergency exit or alternative emergency release. More

The TESK safety hinge switch is designed to replace conventional hinges and provides monitoring of the position of machine guards which must be closed for operator safety. The TESK offers a greater rotation angle than ever before: Hinges are free to swing open through 270°. More

Each module in the PROTECT SRB-E series can be adjusted to one of up to 11 preset configurations which include reset, cross-wire monitoring, and monitored contact configuration - all via a rotary dial on the front. More

Motorized bolt lock with electronic RFID sesnor

The AZM400 is a safety rated motorized bolt lock with an integrated radio frequency identification (RFID) based electronic safety sensor, suitable for very large, motor powered safety doors, e.g. at CNC processing centers. More

Schmersal now offers a version of our BDF control station with several operator positions that can be customized in the field into colored pushbuttons, illuminated pushbuttons, or signal lights. More