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    Safety relay line

    January 25, 2011

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    Designed to meet new global functional safety standards, the Guardmaster line of safety relays includes seven basic units that can support devices in a variety of applications, including single and multizone configurations. A universal input feature allows devices, such as safety interlock switches, emergency stop switches and safety mats, to use the same set of input terminals on the relay.

    Rockwell Automation

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