ABB JOKAB SAFETY Datasheets for Safety Relays

Safety relays and control modules differ from conventional relays in that they have force-guided or positive-driven contacts.
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Product Name Notes
RT6 Safety Relay - Would you like a single safety relay for all your safety applications? Then choose the RT6 universal relay to supervise both your safety devices and the...
RT7 Safety Relay - Universal Relay with Delayed ‘Stop’ Outputs The RT7 is a universal relay that can be used to supervise both safety devices and the internal safety of...
RT9 Safety Relay - Would you like a small safety relay for all your safety applications? If so, then choose the compact RT9 universal relay to supervise both your safety...
Delayed Outputs Outputs By connecting the JSR3T expansion relay to a compatible safety relay/PLC it is easy to obtain safe “delayed” outputs. The JSR3T provides the system designer with the...
More Outputs By connecting expansion relays to a safety relay it is easy to increase the number of safe outputs. This means that an unlimited number of dangerous machine operations...
More Outputs The JSR2A expansion relay is used to provide increased switching capacity and number of safety outputs to a safety relay. This means that an unlimited number of dangerous...
Single Channel Safety Relay The JSBT5 is designed to connect safety devices, such as emergency stops, directly in the voltage supply circuit to the relay. Despite a maximum built-in width...
The BT51 is designed to connect safety devices, such as emergency stops, directly in the voltage supply circuit to the relay. Despite a maximum built-in width of only 22.5 mm,...
The JSBR4 has two inputs, which both have to be closed to keep the safety output contacts closed. A short circuit across the inputs will cause the output contacts to...
The JSBRT11 has been designed to provide the safety system circuit designer with the ability to select from both a range of input connection configurations and either automatic or supervised...
The JSBT4 has two inputs, both of which have to be closed in order to keep the safety output contacts closed. A short circuit between inputs A and B will...