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QSI Corporation • View topic – QSI Offers QTERM-G55 with E-Stop

QSI Offers QTERM-G55 with E-Stop

Postby stephaniek on Thu Mar 02, 2006 3:04 pm
QSI Offers New Version of the QTERM-G55 Rugged Graphic Operator Interface Terminal with Emergency Stop (E-Stop) Switch.

Salt Lake City, Utah. 20 July 2005. QSI Corporation, manufacturer of rugged operator interface terminals, announces the availability of an Emergency Stop (E-stop) switch option on the popular QTERM-G55 human-machine interface (HMI) terminal. The QTERM-G55 with E-stop switch is a rugged, handheld HMI terminal using graphics and a keypad to interface with the user. It is the newest addition to QSI’s family of award-winning Qlarityô graphic terminals and is now available.

E-stop switches are used primarily in industrial robotics and automation applications; the intent is to provide fail-safe control to immediately shut down equipment operation when operator safety is threatened. The E-stop option for QSI’s QTERM-G55 provides the following features/benefits:

* The two-pole (four-wire) normally closed switch meets United States and European requirements for machine safety.

* The placement of the switch above the terminal display allows easy access without hindering normal terminal operation.

* The rugged switch and terminal housing can withstand one meter drops onto concrete.

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