In terms of functionality and reliability they are in every way the equal of their larger siblings – but the new operator terminals PMI 309 from Pilz are considerably more compact. These new units – available with or without graphics software – are ideal for cost-effective visualisation of small to medium-sized plant and machinery. The TFT technology display guarantees high luminosity and excellent legibility. So the Pilz Machine Interface product range (PMI) now contains display sizes from 3.5“ to 15.0“ , meeting every requirement.
As with all the units in the PMI-range, the compact operator terminals have a touchscreen, with additional keys to make operation easier. So users have great flexibility when creating their application. In addition to the Enter, Escape and two cursor keys, the keypad also has four definable function keys available.
The interfaces on the PMI 309 operator terminals enable them to be combined with systems from the Pilz motion control range, among others. Thanks to the universal diagnostic concept PVIS it is also very simple to use the units in conjunction with PNOZmulti safety relays, PSS programmable safety and control systems and the safe bus system SafetyBUS p. Both versions of the new operator terminal - PMI v309 includes the PMI-PRO graphics software and PMI o309 has an open platform - can also be used in conjunction with controllers from other manufacturers.
Safety specialist, Pilz, is the world’s leading supplier of safe automation control systems.
Pilz invented the safety relay and its world firsts include a programmable safety system for machinery, an approved safe field bus, the SafetyBUSp and the recently released PNOZmulti, a freely configurable safety relay.
Today, Pilz Australia, one of 20+ Pilz subsidiaries worldwide, is Australia’s number one supplier of safety technology for machines and automation.