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NO TOUCH 2

Infrared safety system No touch 2 for swing gates and overhead doors, patented, without contact with the obstacle, compliant with Standards EN 12978 – EN ISO 13849 – ½ Cat.2 PL d – EN 12453. The security system No touch 2 is available in one-beam versions, for swing gates, or three-beam versions, for overhead doors. The No touch 2 system, thanks to the generous length of the cables that connect the opto sensors to the control unit, can also be installed on swing doors and large overhead doors. By avoiding contact with the obstacle, it also avoids measuring the impact forces required by machinery legislation.

no touch 2

1 RAY NO TOUCH 2

  • Infrared safety device compliant with UNI EN 12978 standards, suitable for swing gates
  • By means of the infrared ray positioned outside the gate profile, it prevents contact with a possible obstacle, ensuring maximum anti-shearing safety and thus making the measurement of forces unnecessary

3 RAY NO TOUCH 2

  • Infrared safety device compliant with UNI EN 12978 standards, suitable for overhead doors
  • By means of the infrared ray external to the perimeter of the door, it prevents contact with any obstacle during the closing phase
  • MAX CAPACITY 6 m, guarantees maximum safety both on the lower edge and on the sides where there are risks of shearing

SCHNT2

  • Electronic control unit for NO TOUCH 2 systems
  • Power-supply: 12/24 V ac dc
  • 1 Ray consumption at 24 V ac/dc: 39 mA
  • 2 Rays consumption at 24 V ac/dc: 54 mA
  • 3 Rays consumption at 24 V ac/dc: 60 mA
  • 1 Ray consumption at 12 V dc: 55 mA
  • 2 Rays consumption at 12 V dc: 62 mA
  • 3 Rays consumption at 12 V dc: 70 mA
  • Wave length: 950 nm
  • Relay range: 1 A at 24 V ac
  • Control TEST: 12/24

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