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Pilz Automation Safety L.P.

  • MI, United States
  • Tel: (734) 354-0272
  • Fax: (734) 354-3355
  • www.pilz.us
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  • Member Since 1998
  • Robotic Supplier

Pilz manufactures and offers a complete line of safe automation solutions and control products. The line includes safety relays (modules and configurable relays) for automation applications, safety and general-purpose programmable logic controllers, motion control systems, lockout/tagout systems utilizing safety controls, monitoring relays, rugged touch screen HMIs, emergency stop pushbuttons, safety sensors (multidirectional, magnetic, RFID, coded/ uniquely-coded versions, 500 and 1000N magnetic locking), two-hand enabling devices, electromechanical safety switches (with and without guard locking, light curtains, safety beams, electronic mode controllers, and muting lamps. Certified engineers and qualified consultants are available to solve your safety needs by designing systems, managing projects, performing/facilitating risk assessments, performing machine/plant reviews including services for mergers & acquisitions, installing equipment, and training personnel.


Configurable Control System PNOZmulti 2

POSTED: 09/26/2014

Energy saving system consumes up to 80% less energy than comparable products.

New Safety Relay PNOZ s50 from Pilz Automation Safety, L.P.

POSTED: 09/24/2014

Safe, contactless control of two brakes.

Pilz Protects Robotic Material Handling, Welding and Inspection System at Idaho National Laboratories

POSTED: 05/24/2010

At Idaho National Laboratories (INL) a robotic material handling, welding and inspection system was developed as a prototype for the

Link Engineering Chooses Pilz for Safety Solutions

POSTED: 05/24/2010

Link Engineering is a multinational company based out of Plymouth, Michigan that designs and provides precision test equipment to a

Modular and Flexible, Decentralized PSSuniversal I/O Platform for Safety and Control Technology Fits in Perfectly

POSTED: 07/07/2008

The level of automation in all automation projects is continually rising, leading to higher performance.At the same time, all products and process costs for these projects are coming under rigorous scrutiny.In the search for potential savings, even

The First Safe Camera System SafetyEYE Opens up New Horizons for Safety & Security

POSTED: 07/07/2008

Three-dimensional control and monitoring CANTON, MI - Pilz Automation Safety L.P. is opening new horizons for factory and non-factory automation with SafetyEYE, a camera system for three-dimensional safety monitoring. Developed by Pilz in conjunction with DaimlerChrysler, SafetyEYE places a customized, three-dimensional protective cocoon around a danger zone with

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