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Electric Actuator News - AUMA extends SIL solutions

TÜV certification achieved by AUMA confirms that the company’s SQ .2 part-turn actuators, SA .2 multi-turn actuators and AC .2 actuator controls in SIL version comply with the highest safety requirements. The actuators have achieved full latest IEC 61508 edition 2 certification and are approved for safety-related systems up to SIL 3 (for redundant system architecture). The TÜV certification also applies to low temperature versions for temperatures ranging from -60° C to +60° C. The safety fu... [more]

SIL advancement from AUMA actuators

A new module designed by AUMA provides enhanced Safety Integrity Level (SIL) capability for the company’s electric actuators. The development enhances application of AUMA’s modular actuation technology, which is widely adopted in safety-related systems. In safety critical applications, the operation of actuators is frequently linked to significant additional expenditure and effort for safety related system planning and installation. The integral module, located within AUMA’s AC actuator contr... [more]

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