Safety Interlocks


Product Code: 101166285

Enhance your machine safety with the Schmersal AZM161 Series solenoid interlock. This robust power-to-lock device ensures secure machine guarding with a manual release option for flexibility. It features three actuating directions and is equipped with two auxiliary contacts and four safety contacts for comprehensive safety circuit integration. The screw terminals make for easy wiring, while the NO/NC contact configuration allows for versatile application. With a thermal test current of 6 A and a rated control voltage of 24 VAC/DC, it meets utilisation categories AC-15 at 230 VAC, 4 A, and DC-13 at 24 VDC, 2.5 A, ensuring reliable performance in various industrial settings. Trust Schmersal's expertise in machine safety to keep operations running smoothly and safely.

Technical Specifications

Actuator Type Roller lever H200
Cable Note All indications including the conductor ferrules.
Contact Material Gold-plated silver (AgNi 10 + Au 0.3µm)
Degree of Protection IP67
EAN 4030660000000
eCl@ss Number, Version 11.0 27-27-27-04
eCl@ss Number, Version 9.0 27-27-27-04
Enclosure Material Light alloy die-casting
ETIM 6.0 EC001832
ETIM 7.0 EC002549
Gross Weight (g) 500
Housing Construction Form Norm construction design
Maximum Actuating Speed (m/s) 3
Maximum Ambient Temperature (°C) 70
Maximum Cable Cross Section (mm²) 2.5
Maximum Fuse Rating 6 A gG D-fuse
Maximum Temperature (°C) 60
Minimum Ambient Temperature (°C) -30
Minimum Cable Cross Section (mm²) 0.75
Minimum Mechanical Life 1000000 Operations
Minimum Temperature (°C) -25
Net Weight (g) 40
No. of Auxiliary Contacts 2
No. of Safety Contacts 3
Overvoltage Category 3
Rated Impulse Withstand Voltage (kV) 6
Rated Insulation Voltage (V) 400
Rated Short-circuit Current (A) 100
Sensor Height (mm) 176.5
Sensor Length (mm) 33
Series AZM161
Standards EN IEC 60947-5-2 / DIN VDE 0660-208
Switching Element NO contact, NC contact
Switching Principle Snap action
Terminal Type Spring pulley connection
Utilisation Category DC-13 | AC-15
Working Principle Electromechanical


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