RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) safety locking is a technology used to control access to hazardous machinery and equipment. It works by using an RFID reader to detect an RFID tag attached to an operator's badge or tool. The RFID tag communicates with the reader wirelessly and grants or denies access based on the user's permissions.
In the context of safety locking, RFID technology provides an additional layer of security beyond traditional lockout/tagout systems. With an RFID safety locking system, only authorized personnel with the proper clearance can access machinery or equipment, ensuring that only trained and qualified personnel are performing potentially dangerous tasks.
RFID safety locking systems can be integrated with other safety devices, such as light curtains or safety interlocks, to provide a comprehensive safety solution for industrial applications. These systems can be used in a variety of settings, such as manufacturing facilities, warehouses, and distribution centers, to help protect workers and prevent accidents.
|Up to 10 cm
|-10°C to +50°C
|-20°C to +70°C
|Less than 100mA
|Dry contact relay output (NO/NC)
|120mm x 80mm x 25mm