LSE-Titan®: Setting the operating point
Move to the operating point – press the SET button – ready to go. Just as easy as setting the channel on a car radio!
Note: If the plunger was moved or the SET key was released too early, no change is made to the operating point. The LSE continues to work with the old operating point.
The freely adjustable operating point extends along an actuation area
of 0.5 to
Two fast and bounce-free PNP switch outputs enable a high operating frequency (up to 6000 switch operations/hour). They are overload and short-circuit protected and have an abrupt snap-action switching behaviour which guarantees a defined and reproducible operating point.
The electronic limit switches LSE-11 and LSE-02 can be used as an alternative to electromechanical limit switches for position monitoring. They are equivalent to electromechanical limit switches concerning function and safety related use.
Position monitoring according to categories 3 and 4 conform to EN 954-1 can be realised with two conventional electromechanical limit switches or alternatively with two electronic limit switches (LSE-11; LSE-02).