What are the operating instructions for the M4000?
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS M4000 Standard and M4000 Standard A/P Multiple Light Beam Safety Device en Operating Instructions M4000 Std., Std. A/P 2© SICK AG • Industrial Safety Systems • Germany • All rights reserved 8011195/YT81/2016-02-19 Subject to change without notice
What are the dangerous states of the M4000?
In practical operation, there may be a number of different dangerous states: machine movements electrical conductors visible or invisible radiation a combination of several risks and hazards Recommendation Note , , , , Take action … WARNING Operating Instructions Chapter 2 M4000 Std., Std.
What’s the difference between the M4000 advanced and Advanced A / P?
Intelligent and efficient: connection of the muting signals directly on site M4000 Advanced, M4000 Advanced A/P or M4000 Advanced Curtain: together with the UE403 switching amplifier the efficient solution for all muting applications involving automatic material transport. M4000 Advanced and M4000 Advanced A/P
What can the M4000 advanced light beam safety device do?
The M4000 Advanced multiple light beam safety device, together with the UE403 switching amplifier, forms the efficient solution for conventional muting applications involving automatic material transport. Thereby it doesn’t make any difference if muting is realized with two or four muting sensors on entry/exit stations or on pure exit stations.
How tall is the M4000 safety light curtain?
Configuration method: Via software Protective field height: 300 mm System connection: Hirschmann male connector M26, 12-pin Extension connection: Female connector M12, 5-pin Configuration method: Via software Protective field height: 600 mm System connection: Hirschmann male connector M26, 12-pin Extension connection: Female connector M12, 5-pin
Is the M4000 multiple light beam safety device required?
When operating the M4000 multiple light beam safety device, the national, local and statutory rules and regulations must be observed. General information on accident prevention using opto-electronic protective devices can be found in the SICK brochure “Safe Machines with opto-electronic protective devices”.