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Wieland Electric Ltd

Riverside Business Centre
Walnut Tree Close
United Kingdom

Telephone : 01483 531213
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Article archive for Wieland Electric Ltd;

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Preventing the full fault tripping of safety relays 24 September 2010

Monoflop is a new development from Wieland Electric that prevents the full fault tripping of safety relays, which negates the need for full system resets which cost valuable production time. If restart cannot be achieved via the normal re-set button, the ingenious Monoflop will ensure that the fault is triggered as a machine shutdown and the machine will then start with a simple re-set rather than going into a fault position....

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Taking advantage of the new Machine Safety Directive 27 July 2010

The EU Machinery Directive may be seen by some as a nuisance but in fact it introduces opportunities for improving both safety and productivity....

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Support for safety-related machine control 21 July 2010

Designed to provide developers and testers of safety-related machine controls with comprehensive support in the evaluation of safety in the context of EN ISO 13849-1, Sistema software is available for download on

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Protecting dangerous machine or system movements 26 April 2010

Designed for maximum safety and efficiency, Wieland Electric's SNS 4084K Zero-Speed Monitor protects against dangerous machine or system movements. This safety relay, exhibited at the Hannover Messe, monitors the pulse frequency of sensors, such as inductive proximity switches or incremental encoders, safely switching off any dangerous movement when the limit frequency set on the device is exceeded....

Wieland announce more Machinery Safety Seminars 09 December 2009

The success of Wieland's Machinery Safety Regulation Seminars, which have been designed to provide a thorough review of the steps necessary to achieve compliance with the new regulations, have resulted in the company adding further dates for Ireland…These include January 19th Dublin; and January 21st in Cork...

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Wieland Safety Seminars – Helping Engineers Tackle the challenges of The New Machinery Directive 06 November 2009

The new Machinery Safety Regulations come into force on 29th December and Wieland Electric is hosting a series of seminars through November and December to help engineers tackle the changes and make a smooth transition....

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Smarter options for machine safety 11 September 2009

From 29th December 2009 owners and users of machinery, as well as machine manufacturers, will need to ensure they are compliant with the new EU Machinery Directive....

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Safe and easy programming 27 January 2009

Samos Plan is a simple, intuitive programming system from Wieland Electric for their samos Pro universal I/O safety system. It allows users to design and configure the hardware as well as logic programmes directly from their PC’s. ...

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Complete protection SMA sensors 06 January 2009

Wieland Electric has launched the SMA Series of sensors to provide a way of protecting operators of mechanical equipment and systems, as outlined in the new Machine Directive Safety Standards. The Directive dictates that strict safety procedures have to be carried out in line with mechanical safety, fire, temperature, explosion, construction and electrical safety....

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ATEX approved electrical installation 04 December 2008

Wieland Electric’s gesis IP+ pluggable electrical installation has been certified in compliance with ATEX standard 94/9 EG, for use in Zone 2 hazardous areas. The gesis IP+ connectors can be used in an ambient temperature range between -20◦C and +40◦C. ...