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Mechan Controls

Brands
Typ
Safety Category
Contact operating distance
Material
Magnetic safety sensor HE1
Non-contact magnetically coded safety switch.
Magnetic safety sensor MS3
Non-contact magnetic barrel mount (M30) safety switch
Magnetic safety sensor MS5-SS
Non-contact stainless steel magnetic safety switch.
Magnetic safety sensor HED
Non-contact magnetically coded double safety switch.
Magnetic safety sensor MS2
Non-contact magnetic barrel mount (M18) safety sensor.
Safety control unit FM1
Safety control unit for max. 2 F-series switches.
Magnetic safety sensor HE1-SS
Non-contact magnetically coded safety switch.
Electronic safety sensor SS-C
Non-contact coded electronic safety sensor.
Magnetic safety sensor MS7
Non-contact magnetically coded safety switch.
Magnetic safety sensor MS4-SS
Non-contact stainless steel magnetic safety switch.
Magnetic safety sensor MS6-SS
Non-contact stainless steel magnetic safety sensor.
Electronic safety sensor DINKY
Non-contact coded electronic safety switch.
Electronic safety sensor F-TYP
Non-contact coded electronic safety switch.
Safety control unit SCU-1
Safety control unit for HE-series switches.
Extension module FX1-FX2
Extension module for F-series safety control unit.
Magnetic safety sensor HE2-SS
Non-contact magnetically coded safety switch.

Mechan Controls


Mechan Controls Plc design and manufacture non contact safety switches for machine safety applications. Mechan produced its first electronic safety switch in 1972, since which time, it has developed an enviable reputation as the industry leader. Today, tens of thousands of applications worldwide attest to the outstanding reliability of Mechan safety switches.

Mechan Controls’ range includes magnetic safety switches, coded magnetic safety switches, standalone electronic safety switches and uniquely coded electronic safety switch systems with up to 500,000 codes.

As well as producing the most complete range of non contact safety switches, Mechan also design bespoke safety switches to the most stringent performance requirements.