08 Jan 2018

Intuitive palm switches and all-purpose buzzers launched

Human Machine Interfaces (HMI), specialist EAO has enhanced its popular Series 45 range of modular panel products with the addition of new intuitive palm switches and all-purpose acoustic buzzers that set a new benchmark for functionality, reliability, robustness, durability and design.

Palm Switches The new Series 45 palm switches unite a broad range of machine operating functions with outstanding technical characteristics. Ideal for emergency stop applications the new devices feature an extra-large, highly visible operating area that enables the switches to be reliably and intuitively operated with a flat hand, bulky work gloves, or even with an elbow.

Quick and easy to install the Series 45 palm switches are available in maintained or momentary action variants and are quick and easy to install. Robust IP69K front protection makes them ideal for panels destined for harsh environmental applications.

All-purpose buzzers EAO's new Series 45 buzzers have been designed to impress both with their outstanding acoustic features and compact design. Able to generate a signal tone of up to 95 decibels (dB) at a frequency of 2.4 kHz., users of these all-purpose devices are able to easily select the required output volume and tone interval with simply input voltage variation.

The buzzers are available to suit all standard voltages in both plastic and metal bodied variants.

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