PILZ Inside Automation
Issue 6 2019 /
Dear Sir or Madam,

Standards and directives are the basis for a binding legal principle: every company that designs, builds and sells machines must comply with it. As the requirements are constantly changing, the provisions are subject to regular checks and then frequently revised – such as the existing Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC and the Standard ISO 20607. This Newsletter edition informs you about the status, and about what the changes imply. In addition, we want to highlight two of our products: PSENopt and PITmode as masters of flexibility, and the second generation PNOZmulti.
Planned revision of the Machinery Directive – schedule published

The Machinery Directive is to be revised. The objective is to increase safety and to take account of technical developments form the field of digitisation. Find out more now!
Further information

Products

PNOZmulti Configurator Version 10.10 with advanced functionalities

New: Simple configuration of access permissions and macros with the software tool PNOZmulti Configurator Version 10.10!
Standard-compliant HRC with the collision measurement set PRMS

Is your human-robot collaboration (HRC) safe and does it meet all the required technical specifications? Simply run a check with our collision measurement set PRMS for standard-compliant HRC, recording force and pressure. How does it work and what benefits can you expect? Our expert for Consulting Services Robot Safety explains all in the video.
Why SRW relies on the safety light curtains PSENopt II?

This is how to use our safety light curtains PSENopt II as the ideal safety solution for your robot applications.
2nd generation small controllers PNOZmulti 2 – The success story continues!

Users worldwide trust the market leader in configurable safe small controllers. It’s multi-talented and fits into any system. Simply unbeatable. Find out more about this sustainable solution!

Expertise

What is the present status of the new DIN EN ISO 20607?

The new principles for design for instruction handbooks of plant and machinery will soon apply. Here you can find out why you should already be taking this into account!