Optical Safety Edges
Ellard’s Optical Electronic Safety Edge is ideal for all Industrial and Residential doors and prevents injury to any personnel in the immediate area.
Easily located in the bottom sealing rubber the safety sensors immediately detect any obstructions.
Safety Edges can be set to partially open or fully open depending on the control system.
All safety edges are designed to meet EN12453 & 12978 and are IP68 rated.
Our optical safety edges are fitted to the bottom edge of a door, and use a beam of light to detect obstacles. If the system detects an obstruction, it stops and returns, thereby preventing damage to whatever is lying in the path of the door. Safety systems, such as an Ellard Optical Safety Edge, are legally required for fitting on an impulse driven door.
An Ellard optical safety edge can be connected to control panels either through curly cable, or our wireless WES system, which means the end of cable snag and is suitable for larger doors.
For more information about our safety edges, or to place an order, please contact one of our sales engineers.
Optical Edge Technical Specification
Power Supply 24V DC (no polarity) or 24V AC (50/60Hz) max. 200mA Safety Edge geba Pro-Sec-O or FRABA OSE brown - +12V green - Signal White - GND Stop NC (relay contact) Reverse N/O (relay contact Impulse) The signal is a delayed signal which is generated 0.2 seconds after actuation of the safety edge. This signal lasts for 1 second
What industrial door motors do you sell?
Here at Ellard ltd we specialise in supplying industrial door motors and supply a comprehensive range of motor types and models. This includes, direct drive, flange, sectional, garage door and tubular motors. Our selection is vast, so for a comprehensive list of our products and specifications you can visit our dedicated pages or get in touch with our expert team.
Do your traffic barriers have obstacle detection?
Yes, our Nubia traffic barrier has built in intelligent controllers which offer obstacle detection and built in lights to make them easy to see in the dark or in bad weather.
What are the benefits of direct drive motors?
Direct drive motors remove the need to use an elaborate system of cogs. This means that the full power of the motor goes straight into the pulling mechanism, making it an extremely efficient motor. Without the extra mechanisms, it also has a very low sound output comparatively to other methods.
Why should I use a fire motor as part of my fire safety plan?
Fire motors are often connected to your fire detection system and activate if fire is detected on your premises. They quickly and efficiently close helping to contain the fire and keep your employees/customers safe from the dangerous area. Government legislation requires that all fire doors must have an automatic function and all Ellard fire motors comply with the latest rules and regulations. All motors can be set to a Smoke Curtain mode, and our new Fire Door Control Panel has a panic circuit function to guarantee a means of escape.This allows you to re-open the shutter 3/4 then immediately re-close when fire alarm is still active.
Can I link specific access controls to my gate automation system?
Yes, our gate automation systems can be linked to keypads, switches, intercom systems and key switches, dependant on your specifications or security requirements. Take a look at the range of controls and accessories available for gate automation.
Can I add extra features to my sectional door drives?
Yes, we ensure that your sectional doors have easy wiring to add safety and access accessories.
What are the main applications for high speed motors?
High speed motors are used for a wide range of purposes and can increase the efficiency of companies when time is of importance. Beverage, food, car and chemical factories often use high speed motors both to increase productivity and provide a security barrier. They can also be interlocked to create a airlock function
What size strips do you supply your sliding door gear track?
Our track sections are cold rolled and in standard lengths of 2,000, 2,500 and 3,000mm and can be used for both side or top fixing. If you would like to learn more about our sliding door gear then please get in touch with our team.
Which motors are most commonly used for shutters and garage doors?
Tubular motors are the most common place motor for roller garage doors and shutters. They provide a durable, fast and quiet solution for both light and heavy applications. Tubular motors can be plugged into the mains through our easy fit panel to give you low voltage at the key switch or are backed up with battery power. Additionally, we provide garage door automation for sectional and balanced doors.