SSA-EB Series Emergency Stop Push
Buttons
Datasheet
Illuminated Flush Mount Electro-Mechanical Push Buttons
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Rugged design; easy installation with no assembly or individual
wiring required
Push-to-stop, twist-to-release (all models), or pull-to-release
(standard and large) operation per IEC60947-5-5
Latching design complies with ISO 13850; direct (positive) opening
operation per IEC 60947-5-1
Compliant with ANSI B11.19, ANSI NFPA79, and IEC/EN 60204-1
Emergency Stop requirements
“Safe Break Action” ensures N.C. contacts will open if the contact
block is separated from the actuator
8-pin M12/Euro-style Quick Disconnect; 1/2-in NPT port on
terminal strip models (cable-gland included)
Models with highly visible indication of actuation (armed or
depressed/latched button)
"Emergency Stop" legend included
Models SSA-EB… series are "mushroom-style" electro-mechanical emergency stop push buttons. When the button is
armed, the switch's safety contacts (N.C.) are closed and its monitoring contacts (N.O.), if present, are open. When the
button is pushed, the switch's safety contacts open and the monitoring contacts close. The contacts remain in this
condition until the push button is manually rearmed by twisting clockwise the red push button actuator, or by pulling on
the models with the standard actuator. The SSA-EB1(2)..-..ED1.. series has a flat mounting base for ease of mounting
without requiring an additional enclosure.
The EZ-LIGHT® illumination logic allows for easy identification of a pushed/actuated button. An armed button will light a
steady yellow or green illumination or OFF (depending on model), a pushed/actuated button is indicated by a red
illumination (flashing or solid depending on model). An optional input allows an armed button to illuminate a steady red to
indicate a machine stop or emergency stop condition. In a series string of E-Stop buttons, this logic gives the user the
choice to either have the armed buttons stay YELLOW (GREEN) or turn steady RED when a STOP condition exists.
SSA-EB1M… series padlock-style lockable emergency stop push buttons are intended to prevent unauthorized or accidental
resetting of a pushed/latched button. The SSA-EB1M… series are not to be used as an energy isolating device or as the
sole means of complying with Lockout/Tagout or with the requirements of the isolation of hazardous energy (see OSHA
29CFR1910.147, ANSI Z244.1, CSA Z460, ISO 14118). The locking feature can be used to provide supervisory/personal
control and provide an additional safety measure(s) to reduce the likelihood of inadvertent arming and energization of the
emergency stop circuit.
Models
Model
Pushbutton
EZ-Light® Illumination Logic and
Description
SSA-EB1PL-12ED1Q8
Standard 40 mm
OFF (armed), RED (solid, PUSH)
SSA-EB1PLXR-12ED1Q8
Standard 40 mm
OFF (armed), RED (flash, PUSH)
SSA-EB1PLYR-12ED1Q8
Standard 40 mm
YELLOW (armed), RED (flash, PUSH)
SSA-EB1PLGR-12ED1Q8
Standard 40 mm
GREEN (armed), RED (flash, PUSH)
SSA-EB2PLXR-12ED1Q8
Large 60 mm
OFF (armed), RED (flash, PUSH)
SSA-EB1MLP-12ED1Q8
Lockable 44 mm
OFF (armed), RED (solid, PUSH)
SSA-EB1MLXRP-12ED1Q8
Lockable 44 mm
OFF (armed), RED (flash, PUSH)
SSA-EB1MLYRP-12ED1Q8
Lockable 44 mm
YELLOW (armed), RED (flash, PUSH)
SSA-EB1MLGRP-12ED1Q8
Lockable 44 mm
GREEN (armed), RED (flash, PUSH)
Original Document
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Connection
8-pin M12 QD
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Model
Pushbutton
EZ-Light® Illumination Logic and
Description
SSA-EB1PLXR-12ED1
Standard 40 mm
OFF (armed), RED (flash, PUSH)
SSA-EB1PLYR-12ED1
Standard 40 mm
YELLOW (armed), RED (flash, PUSH)
SSA-EB1PLGR-12ED1
Standard 40 mm
GREEN (armed), RED (flash, PUSH)
SSA-EB1MLXRP-12ED1
Lockable 44 mm
OFF (armed), RED (flash, PUSH)
SSA-EB1MLYRP-12ED1
Lockable 44 mm
YELLOW (armed), RED (flash, PUSH)
SSA-EB1MLGRP-12ED1
Lockable 44 mm
GREEN (armed), RED (flash, PUSH)
Connection
Terminal Strip, 1/2in NPT port
Important... Read this before proceeding!
The user is responsible for satisfying all local, state, and national laws, rules, codes, and regulations relating to
the use of this product and its application. Banner Engineering Corp. has made every effort to provide complete
application, installation, operation, and maintenance instructions. Please contact a Banner Applications Engineer with any
questions regarding this product.
The user is responsible for making sure that all machine operators, maintenance personnel, electricians, and
supervisors are thoroughly familiar with and understand all instructions regarding the installation, maintenance, and use of
this product, and with the machinery it controls. The user and any personnel involved with the installation and use of this
product must be thoroughly familiar with all applicable standards, some of which are listed within the specifications.
Banner Engineering Corp. makes no claim regarding a specific recommendation of any organization, the accuracy or
effectiveness of any information provided, or the appropriateness of the provided information for a specific application.
WARNING: Not a Safeguarding Device
An Emergency Stop Device is not considered a safeguarding device because it requires an
overt action by an individual to stop machine motion or hazards.
A safeguarding device limits or eliminates an individual's exposure to a hazard without action by the
individual or others. Because an individual must actuate the device for it to function, these devices do
not fit the definition of a safeguarding device and cannot be substituted for required safeguarding. Refer
to the relevant standards to determine those requirements.
Emergency Stop Considerations
ANSI NFPA 79, ANSI B11.19, IEC/EN 60204-1, and ISO 13850 specify emergency stop requirements, including the
following:
• Emergency-stop push buttons shall be located at each operator control station and at other operating stations
where emergency shutdown is required.
• Stop and emergency-stop push buttons shall be continuously operable and readily accessible from all control and
operating stations where located. Do not mute or bypass E-stop buttons.
• Actuators of emergency-stop devices shall be colored red. The background immediately around the device actuator
shall be colored yellow (where possible). The actuator of a push-button-operated device shall be of the palm or
mushroom-head type.
• The emergency-stop actuator shall be a self-latching type.
WARNING: Emergency Stop Functions
Do not mute or bypass any Emergency Stop device. ANSI B11.19, ANSI NFPA79 and IEC/EN
60204-1 require that the Emergency Stop function remain active at all times.
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WARNING: Multiple Switching Devices
Whenever two or more devices are connected to the same safety module (controller):
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Contacts of the corresponding pole of each switch must be connected together in
series. Never connect the contacts of multiple switches in parallel. Such a parallel
connection defeats the switch contact monitoring ability of the Module and creates an unsafe
condition which may result in serious injury or death.
Each device must be individually actuated (engaged), then released (or re-armed) and
the safety module reset. This allows the module to check each switch and its wiring to detect
faults.
This check must be performed during the prescribed checkouts. Failure to test each device
individually in this manner may result in undetected faults and create an unsafe condition
which may result in serious injury or death.
Installation and Maintenance
The device must not be affected by environmental conditions. Install the device so that operation is not impeded,
but should be protected against inadvertent operation (for example, accidental actuation by being bumped or leaned
against). Do not operate the switch using a tool. Do not expose the switch to excessive shocks and vibrations, otherwise
the switch may be deformed or damaged, causing malfunction or operation failure. M5 mounting hardware is included.
Electrical installation must be made by qualified personnel1 and must comply with NEC (National Electrical Code), ANSI/
NFPA 79 or IEC/EN 60204-1, and all applicable local standards. It is not possible to give exact wiring instructions for a
device that interfaces to a multitude of machine control configurations. The following is general in nature; it is
recommended to perform a risk assessment to ensure appropriate application, interfacing/hookup, and risk reduction (see
ISO 12100 or ANSI B11.0).
For SSA-EB1M... series padlock-style lockable emergency stop push buttons, make sure that an applicable padlock and
hasp is used. The total weight of the padlock and hasp must not exceed 1500 g (3.3 lbs) or the switch may malfunction or
fail.
WARNING: Shock Hazard and Hazardous Energy
Always disconnect power from the safety system (for example, device, module, interfacing,
etc.) and the machine being controlled before making any connections or replacing any
component.
Electrical installation and wiring must be made by Qualified Personnel and must comply with the
relevant electrical standards and wiring codes, such as the NEC (National Electrical Code), ANSI
NFPA79, or IEC 60204-1, and all applicable local standards and codes.
Lockout/tagout procedures may be required. Refer to OSHA 29CFR1910.147, ANSI Z244-1, ISO
14118, or the appropriate standard for controlling hazardous energy.
1 A Qualified Person possesses a recognized degree or certificate or has extensive knowledge, training, and experience to solve problems relating to the
emergency stop installation.
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Table 1: Hookup
QD Pin
Terminal
Strip
Color
Function
1
1
White
AUX NO Output (Switched
pin 2)
2
2
Brown
+24V dc (12 to 30V dc)
3
3
Green
Stop Signal input from
safety module or machine
+24V dc (12 to 30V dc)
4
4
Yellow
CH2a
5
5
Gray
CH2b
6
6
Pink
CH1a
7
7
Blue
0V dc
8
8
Red
Connection and Pinout
EZ-LIGHT
C
B
A 0V
E-Stop Button Contacts
(armed)
3 1
5 8
6 4 2 7
8-pin M12 Euro Male
Male
2
8
CH1b
1
7
3
4
6
5
8 - Red
7 - Blue
6 - Pink
5 - Gray
4 - Yellow
3 - Green
2 - Brown
1 - White
Table 2: SSA-EB1xxLYR-xx or SSA-EB1xxLGR-xx
See Figure 1 on page 5.
Situation
Button Armed
Pin 3 open
Button Pushed
Indication
Illumination Logic
YELLOW / SOLID
or GREEN /
SOLID
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Indicates button is armed
If used, ES-FA-11AA Module status is in a RESET/RUN condition
(31/32 open)
RED / FLASH
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•
Indicates the button is pushed (actuated)
Signal on Pin 3 has no effect on a button that has been pushed
(actuated)
RED / SOLID
•
Indicates the machine is in an Emergency Stop or other stop condition,
but that specific button has not been pushed (actuated)
This optional signal (12 to 30Vdc) allows the user to indicate a stop
condition by turning the armed indication to RED (steady) indication
Pin 3 open or +Vdc
Button Armed
•
Pin 3 = +Vdc
Table 3: SSA-EB1(2)xxLXR-xx
See Figure 1 on page 5.
Situation
Button Armed
Pin 3 open
4
Indication
OFF
Illumination Logic
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•
Indicates button is armed
If used, ES-FA-11AA Module status is in a RESET/RUN condition
(31/32 open)
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Situation
Indication
Button Pushed
Illumination Logic
RED / FLASH
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•
Indicates the button is pushed (actuated)
Signal on Pin 3 has no effect on a button that has been pushed
(actuated)
RED / SOLID
•
Indicates the machine is in an Emergency Stop or other stop condition,
but that specific button has not been pushed (actuated)
This optional signal (12 to 30Vdc) allows the user to indicate a stop
condition by turning the armed indication to RED (steady) indication
Pin 3 open or +Vdc
Button Armed
•
Pin 3 = +Vdc
Table 4: SSA-EB1xxL-xx
See Figure 1 on page 5.
Indication
Situation
Button Armed
Illumination Logic
OFF
•
•
Indicates button is armed
If used, ES-FA-11AA Module status is in a RESET/RUN condition
(31/32 open)
RED / SOLID
•
•
Indicates the button is pushed (actuated)
Signal on Pin 3 has no effect on a button that has been pushed
(actuated)
RED / SOLID
•
Indicates the machine is in an Emergency Stop or other stop condition,
but that specific button has not been pushed (actuated)
This optional signal (12 to 30Vdc) allows the user to indicate a stop
condition by turning the armed indication to RED (steady) indication
Pin 3 open
Button Pushed
Pin 3 open or +Vdc
Button Armed
•
Pin 3 = +Vdc
C
3 1
EZ-LIGHT Logic
B
A
5 8
0V
C
7
3 1
6 4 2
8-Pin M12 Female Cordset
EZ-LIGHT Logic
B
A
5 8
0V
6 4 2
7
+24V dc
0V dc
8-Pin M12 Female Cordset
ES-FA-11AA
A2
A1
S11
S21
S22
S12
E-Stop #1 Status
E-Stop #n Status
Machine
Control
13
S33
S34
K1 K2
14
23
24
31
32
RESET
Monitoring Circuit
n.c.
M1
M2
M1
M2
+24V dc
(optional)
Figure 1. Illuminated Models—Example Hookup
NOTE: Refer to the ES-FA-11AA E-Stop Safety Module datasheet (p/n 60606) for complete safety
module installation information.
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SSA-EB Series Emergency Stop Push Buttons
Checkout
At machine set up, a Designated Person2 should test each emergency stop push button for proper machine shutdown
response. A Designated Person should check the emergency stop buttons for proper operation, physical damage, button
looseness, and excessive environmental contamination. This should take place on a periodic schedule determined by the
user, based on the severity of the operating environment and the frequency of switch actuations. Adjust, repair, or replace
components as needed. If inspection reveals contamination on the switch, thoroughly clean the switch and eliminate the
cause of the contamination. Replace the switch and/or appropriate components when any parts or assemblies are
damaged, broken, deformed, or badly worn; or if the electrical/mechanical specifications (for the environment and
operating conditions) have been exceeded. Always test the control system for proper functioning under machine
control conditions after performing maintenance, replacing the emergency stop device, or replacing any component of the
device.
Specifications
Housing / Button
Polycarbonate / Polyamide / Aluminum
#10 or M5 (M5 hardware included); Max. Tightening Torque: 0.56 N·m
(5 in·lbf)
LED Color
Yellow - 590 nm, Red - 618 nm, Green - 525 nm
Operating Conditions
Temperature: –25 °C to +55 °C (−13 °F to +131 °F)
Humidity: 45% to 85% RH (no condensation)
Environmental Rating
IP65 (IEC60529)
LED Voltage/Current
SSA-EB1..LYR-.., SSA-EB1(2)..LXR-.., and SSA-EB1..L-..: 12 to 30
V dc; 120 mA at 12 V dc, 65 mA at 24 V dc, 60 mA at 30 V dc
SSA-EB1..LGR-..: 12 - 30 V dc; 135 mA @ 12V dc, 75 mA @ 24Vdc,
70 mA @ 30 Vdc
Insulation Resistance
100MΩ minimum (500 V dc megger)
Total Weight of Padlock and Hasp (SSA-EB1M..-..only)
1500g (3.3 lb) max.
Impulse Withstand Voltage
2.5 kV
Electrical Rating
Minimum load: 1 mA at 5 V ac/dc
SSA-EB1xx-xxED1Q8: 2 A at 60 V ac/75 V dc maximum
UL Applications: 1.5 A at 250 V ac, 1 A at 30 V dc (pilot duty)
CE Applications: AC-15: 1.5 A at 250 V ac, DC-13: 1 A at 30 V dc
Pollution Degree
3
Output Configuration
See Installation and Maintenance on page 3
LED Flash Rate
1.6 Hz at 50% duty cycle
Rated Insulation Voltage (Ui)
60 V ac / 75 V dc
Overvoltage Category
II
Rated Current (Ith)
2A
Contact Material/Bounce3
Gold plated silver / 20 ms
Electrical Life
100,000 operations minimum, 250,000 operations minimum at 24 V
AC/DC, 100 mA
Mechanical Life
250,000 operations
B10d
100,000 (based on ISO13849-1(2006))
Design Standards
Compliant with EN/IEC 60497-1 / -5-1, ISO 13850, ANSI B11.19 ,
ANSI NFPA79, IEC 60204-1
Date code format (U.S. Standard Format)
YYWWX: 2-digit year, 2-digit week, "X” internal code
Shock Resistance
Operating extremes: 150 m/s2 (15G)
Certifications
Vibration Resistance
Operating extremes: 10 to 500Hz, amplitude 0.35 mm acceleration
50 m/s2
2 A Designated Person is identified in writing by the employer as being appropriately trained to perform a specified checkout procedure. A Qualified Person
possesses a recognized degree or certificate or has extensive knowledge, training, and experience to solve problems relating to the emergency stop
installation.
3 When the button is reset, the normally closed contacts will chatter. When pressing the button, the normally open contacts will chatter. When designing a
control circuit, take the contact chatter time into consideration. Do not expose the switch to external shocks, otherwise the contacts will bounce.
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Rated Operating Current
Safety Contact (N.C.)
30 V
60 V ac/75 V dc
Resistive Load (AC-12)
-
2A
Inductive Load (AC-15)
-
2A
Resistive Load (DC-12)
2A
0.4 A
Inductive Load (DC-13)
1A
0.22 A
AC 50/60 Hz
DC
Auxiliary Output (N.O.)
30 V
60 V ac/75 V dc
Resistive Load (DC-12)
0.25 A
n.a.
Inductive Load (DC-13)
0.25 A
n.a.
12 to 30V dc (from supply pin 2)
The operating current is classified according to JIS C 8201-5-1-1999 making and breaking capacities and are measured at resistive/inductive load
types specified in IEC 60947-5-1. See "Electrical Rating" above for specific model and UL/CE maximum ratings.
Dimensions
All measurements are listed in millimeters (inches), unless noted otherwise.
80.3
[3.16]
80.3
[3.16]
80.3
[3.16]
80.8
[3.18]
4X
65
[2.56]
5,5
[ .22 ]
80.8
[3.18]
65
[2.56]
80.8
[3.18]
65
[2.56]
4X
65
[2.56]
4X
5,5
[ .22 ]
65
[2.56]
43
[1.69]
33
[1.30]
10,2
[.40]
102,1
[4.02]
10,2
[.40]
107,4
[4.23]
60 mm Push Button
5,5
[ .22 ]
33
[1.30]
112,1
[4.41]
102,1
[4.02]
65
[2.56]
DTM1
109,5
[4.31]
10,2
[.40]
Lockable Push Button
109,5
[4.31]
14,7
[.58]
Standard Push Button
a
b
c
d
7 mm max
19 mm max
39 mm min
15 mm min4
4 Dimension d is 6 mm or more when attaching a padlock from the side of a switch
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Accessories
Cordsets
8-Pin Threaded M12/Euro-Style Cordsets with Open-Shield
Model
Length
MQDC2S-806
1.83 m (6 ft)
MQDC2S-815
4.57 m (15 ft)
Style
Dimensions
2
44 Typ.
MQDC2S-830
9.14 m (30 ft)
3
4
1
7
6
Straight
M12 x 1
ø 14.5
MQDC2S-850
Pinout (Female)
15.2 m (50 ft)
8
1 = White
2 = Brown
3 = Green
4 = Yellow
5
5 = Gray
6 = Pink
7 = Blue
8 = Red
8-Pin Threaded M12/Euro-Style Cordsets―Double Ended
Model (8-pin/8-pin )5
Length
DEE2R-81D
0.31 m (1 ft)
DEE2R-83D
0.91 m (3 ft)
DEE2R-88D
2.44 m (8 ft)
DEE2R-815D
4.57 m (15 ft)
DEE2R-825D
7.62 m (25 ft)
DEE2R-850D
15.2 m (50 ft)
Style
2
3
4
1
7
6
40 Typ.
8
M12 x 1
ø 14.5
1
22.9 m (75 ft)
7
6
2
3
4
8
1 = White
2 = Brown
3 = Green
4 = Yellow
30.5 m (100 ft)
5
Male
44 Typ.
M12 x 1
ø 14.5
DEE2R-8100D
Pinout
Female
Female Straight/
Male Straight
DEE2R-875D
Dimensions
5
6
7
8
=
=
=
=
5
Gray
Pink
Blue
Red
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Series Hookup Cordset Solution
This interconnection solution allows for quick hookup of a series of string emergency stop buttons. For the models listed
below, Branch #1 and Branch #2 are 300 mm (12 in) in length and the length of the trunk is listed below.
WARNING: Intentional Defeat
The CSS Series Hookup Cordsets must be installed so that they cannot be easily defeated.
Ensure that mounting and routing of the cordsets that are connected to the Trunk, Branch #1, Branch
#2, and the E-Stop QD connector does not allow access to the QD connectors or allow improper
connection bypassing the function of the Emergency Stop.
5 Standard cordsets are yellow PVC with black overmold. For black PVC and overmold, add suffix "B" to model number (example, DEE2R-81DB)
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+24V dc
0V dc
2 = +24V dc (Brn)
7 = 0V dc (Blu)
ES-FA-11AA
A2
A1
6 = CH1a (Pink)
5 = CH2b (Gray)
4 = CH2a (Yel)
8 = CH1b (Red)
S11
S21
S22
S12
1 = NO AUX (Wht)
Machine
Control
3 = STOP Signal (Grn)
Model
Length
CSS-M12F81M12M81M12F81
0.30 m (1 ft)
CSS-M12F83M12M81M12F81
0.91 m (3 ft)
CSS-M12F88M12M81M12F81
2.44 m (8 ft)
SSA-EB1..L..-12ED1Q8
E-Stop # 2
C
3 1
S34
K1 K2
Monitoring Circuit
n.c.
14
23
24
31
32
M1
M2
M1
M2
+24V dc
(optional)
Description
8-pin M12 QD splitter cordset for use with SSAEB1xxLxx-12ED1Q8
SSA-EB1..L..-12ED1Q8
E-Stop # 1
EZ-LIGHT Logic
B
A 0V
5 8
6 4 2
8-Pin M12 Female
DEE2R-8xxD
13
S33
RESET
C
3 1
7
EZ-LIGHT Logic
B
A 0V
5 8
6 4 2 7
8-Pin M12 Female TRUNK
CSS-M12F81M12M81M12F81
CSS-M12F83M12M81M12F81
CSS-M12F88M12M81M12F81
8-Pin M12
Male
8-Pin M12
Female
BRANCH #2
8-Pin M12
Male
BRANCH #1
4
6
2
7
8
5
1
3
4
6
2
7
8
5
1
3
4
6
2
7
8
5
1
3
Ø4.5
[0.18"]
44 Typ.
[1.73"]
8-Pin M12
Female/Flying Leads
MQDC2S-8xx
4 = CH2a (Yel)
6 = CH1a (Pink)
2 = +24V (Brn)
7 = 0V (Blu)
8 = CH1b (Red)
5 = CH2b (Gray)
1 = NO AUX (Wht)
3 = STOP Signal (Grn)
44 Typ.
[1.73"]
18.0
[0.71"]
Ø14.5 [0.57"]
Ø14.5 [0.57"]
Ø14.5 [0.57"]
M12 x 1
35 [1.38"]
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43.0
[1.69"]
40 Typ.
[1.58"]
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U.S. Application Standards
ANSI B11.0 Safety of Machinery; General Requirements and Risk Assessment
ANSI B11.19 Performance Criteria for Safeguarding
ANSI NFPA 79 Electrical Standard for Industrial Machinery
International/European Standards
ISO 12100 Safety of Machinery – General Principles for Design — Risk Assessment and Risk Reduction
ISO 13850 (EN 418) Emergency Stop Devices, Functional Aspects – Principles for Design
IEC 62061 Functional Safety of Safety-Related Electrical, Electronic and Programmable Control Systems
ISO 13849-1 (EN 954-1) Safety-Related Parts of Control Systems
IEC 60204-1 Electrical Equipment of Machines Part 1: General Requirements
IEC 60947-1 Low Voltage Switchgear – General Rules
IEC 60947-5-1 Low Voltage Switchgear – Electromechanical Control Circuit Devices
IEC 60947-5-5 Low Voltage Switchgear – Electrical Emergency Stop Device with Mechanical Latching Function
EC Declaration of Conformity (DoC)
Banner Engineering Corp. herewith declares that the SSA-EB1(2).. Emergency Stop Push Buttons are in conformity
with the provisions of the Machinery Directive (Directive 2006/42/EC) and all essential health and safety requirements
have been met.
Representative in EU: Peter Mertens, Managing Director Banner Engineering Europe. Address: Park Lane, Culliganlaan 2F,
1831 Diegem, Belgium.
Banner Engineering Corp Limited Warranty
Banner Engineering Corp. warrants its products to be free from defects in material and workmanship for one year following
the date of shipment. Banner Engineering Corp. will repair or replace, free of charge, any product of its manufacture
which, at the time it is returned to the factory, is found to have been defective during the warranty period. This warranty
does not cover damage or liability for misuse, abuse, or the improper application or installation of the Banner product.
THIS LIMITED WARRANTY IS EXCLUSIVE AND IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES WHETHER EXPRESS OR
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