Installation of Safety Light Curtains for Woodworking Machinery:
That's absolutely correct! Woodworking machinery is typically equipped with various safety measures to prevent people from getting too close to dangerous operations. These safety measures can include safety guards, emergency stop buttons, interlocks, and, as you mentioned, safety light curtains. These curtains use infrared or visible light to create an invisible barrier that, when crossed by a person or object, triggers the machinery to stop or prevents it from starting. Safety light curtains are an effective way to enhance operator safety and minimize the risk of accidents in woodworking environments.
1. Identify the Hazardous Area: Determine the areas where potential hazards can occur, such as cutting or shaping zones in your woodworking machinery.
2. Choose the Right Light Curtain: Select a light curtain that meets the specific safety requirements for your woodworking machinery. Consider factors like beam resolution, response time, and detection height.
3. Mount the Light Curtain: Install the light curtain at a suitable height and position, ensuring that it covers the entire hazardous area. Follow the manufacturer's instructions for mounting brackets and alignment.
Beam spacing：40mm Number of optical axes：14 Protection height：520mm light curtain sensor output (OSSD):2 PNP
Beam spacing：30mm Number of optical axes：14 Protection height: 390mm Area sensor output (OSSD):2 PNP
safety relay for Dadisick Safety Light Curtains
Beam spacing：40mm Number of optical axes：16 Protection height：600mm Security light sensor output (OSSD):2 PNP