Omron Safety

Omron Safety Products

Light Curtains, Laser Scanners, Programmable Safety System, Safety Mats and Edges, Door Switches, Emergency Stop Devices, Switches and Operator Controls, Safety Monitoring and Force-Guided Relays

Safety Light Curtains – Omron provides safety light curtains to solve your machine guarding needs. From compact models designed for locations where space is tight, to larger, more robust models powerful enough to guard large perimeters. We offer a wide selection, because when it comes to automation safeguarding, one size does not fit all.


Safety Laser Scanners – Leverage the reliability of the world’s most compact Type 3 safety laser area scanner. Available with selectable resolutions and EtherNet/IP communications for measurement. This is an ideal safeguarding solution for covering a wide area where other options are simply too large or may impair productivity.


Programmable Safety System – Omron safety controllers offer transparent standalone operation or scalability in safety networking applications for all sizes of machine control systems.


Safety Mats and Edges – Implement a simple solution for guarding of personnel around hazardous machines with a safety mat system. Safety edge and bumpers are flexible strips which can be fixed to the edge of a moving part where there is a risk of a crushing or shearing hazard.


Safety Door Switches – Designed to work with hinged, sliding, or lift-off guards and barriers. When the guard is open the power supply to the machine is disconnected.


Emergency Stop Devices – A basic requirement in safety is to stop a machine in a dangerous condition. Emergency stop buttons and rope-pulls can stop a machine as fast as possible to protect a person in danger.


Safety Switches and Operator Controls – Limit access to dangerous parts of the machine with precise monitoring and operator protection devices. Safety limit switches ensure guards and covers are in place before the machine is started.


Safety Monitoring / Force-guided Relays – Safety monitoring relays range in function from two-hand palm button control to dual channel input units with time-delayed outputs. Force-guided (or positively-guided) relays have contacts that are mechanically interlocked such that two contacts on the relays will not contradict each other, even in the event that the relay welds.