Omron Scientific Technologies introduces the Status Display Touchscreen for G9SP Programmable Safety Controllers

Omron Scientific Technologies introduces the Status Display Touchscreen for G9SP Programmable Safety Controllers. The touchscreen displays safety I/O error codes and enables G9SP users to view the status of safety inputs and outputs without installing and wiring indicator lights. Users are able to reset up to four zones directly from the touchscreen.

The display is LCD monotone, with 16 shades of gray. It is rated to provide 1,000,000 touchscreen operations, and satisfies relevant IEC and EN standards.

Also available for the G9SP is an EIP module that enables programmable devices that follow ODVA guidelines for EtherNet/IP to communicate with G9SP controllers. These include Omron CJ and CS series PLCs, and Rockwell Automation CompactLogix and ControlLogix series programmable controllers.

G9SP are software-based stand-alone controllers that are programmed to satisfy the safety control needs of small- and mid-sized machines, and are  reconfigured to solve evolving machine set-up needs. Three base models with a range of I/O options are available, and four types of expansion I/O units are available for hard-wired diagnosis or standard signals. The EIP module is available with the G9SP as a complete safety controller solution (kit).

G9SP programmable safety controllers are designed to deliver diagnostics and monitoring via Ethernet or serial connection, and support direct connection with safety light curtains, safety laser scanners, non-contact switches and safety mats. They are ISO 13849-1(PLe) and IEC61508 (SIL3) certified.

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