Safety locking devices
Safety locking devices L100, L200, L250, L300
Safety switches with locking device keep doors locked and thus prevent unauthorized entry or access, thereby protecting persons and processes. The L series features a wide range of variants for different application cases, from devices with mechanical actuators to devices with an RFID‑coded actuator for maximum manipulation protection as well as integrated command buttons. With their robust design, all devices are designed for rough industrial applications.
Complete guarding with just one device
The optional command buttons of the L300 safety locking device simplify the setup of safety functions at safety doors. With the integrated buttons for request, reset and emergency stop, the compact device provides a complete solution for the safety system installation at an access door. This simplifies wiring and saves space.
Escape unlocking with panic button
The optional escape unlocking function (panic button) enables the actuator to be unlocked immediately and the door to be opened from inside the danger zone. The ergonomically optimized button allows the operator to then leave the danger zone if he is inadvertently locked inside. The device also functions if the power supply fails.
Designed for reliable operation
The joint at the actuator and the large, chamfered opening on the device minimize the risk of collision between the sensor and actuator and prevents damage even with imprecisely closing doors. The unobstructed opening allows accumulated dirt to be simply pushed out on the rear side. The special design thus guarantees maximum reliability and availability
Door handle with lockout-tagout
The adjustable door handle, which can be mounted on the right or left, ensures quick and easy installation of the L300 safety locking device on swing doors and sliding gates. The extremely robust metal construction supports the benefits of door centering by means of the joint on the actuator. The lockout‑tagout device prevents operating personnel from being locked inside the danger zone by using individual padlocks. For this purpose, the safety mechanism is pushed downward and the lock inserted.