RFID Safety Key (RSK)
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The RFID Safety Key Module
The RFID Safety Key combines high coding with personnel protection.
‘There shall be means to prevent unintentional duplication of key codes’ ISO/TS 19837:2018
Protecting People and Productivity is at the forefront of our values here at Fortress. Our safety keys protect personnel in a host of hazardous, dusty, wet, and volatile environments, providing a preventative measure for unexpected machine restart.
When one of these keys becomes lost, misplaced, or damaged, prompt replacement is crucial to ensure productivity and uptime are not affected. However ISO/TS 19837:2018 recommends identical spares shall ‘only be allowed for lost or damaged keys’.
‘What if spares could be kept on site with no risk of duplication?’
The RSK module utilises RFID to assign and reteach a unique 1 in 4,000,000,000 coding to keys. When keys are lost, modules can be retaught to spares with no risk of ‘those lost keys’ turning up and being operable. And keys can be retaught up to 1000x!
Standard RFID safety key module Solutions
RSK Module with four RFID safety keys, Power-to-Lock solenoid locking and LED indication of key status for key unlocked and key removed.
This module is best utilised where up to four operators are entering a safeguarded space and can be integrated with all Heavy Duty Interlock (amGardpro) devices.
RSK Module with two RFID safety keys, Power-to-Lock solenoid locking and LED indication of key status for key unlocked and key removed. Blue and White pushbuttons (typically utilised for ‘Manual Reset‘ and ‘Request to Enter‘ functionality)
Utilise a combined solution of control functions and safety keys for both access requests, safe access with proactive inhibit functions, and manual reset functionality.
Standard Key for RSK Module, with a uniquely coded RFID tag teachable to any RSK module. An RLK-SUNS is required for each key position on the RSK device and can be purchased as spares.
Each key can have up to two lines of 10 characters
How does the RFID Safety Key operate?
Each key within the RFID Safety Key system shares dual safety contacts wired in series. If any of the keys are removed from the device, the dual channel safety contacts are opened.
Each key can be secured in the key pod with solenoid locking. Unlocking of keys within a single module is achieved simultaneously, such that all keys unlock at the same time. A yellow illumination indicates when a key position is unlocked.
RFID safety key modules operate with Safety on Guard. Dual channel safety circuits are opened when the RFID communication is broken between any paired holder and key within the module. A red illumination indicates a broken RFID signal at a specific key position within the module.
Wiring Details for the RFID Safety Key Module
A standard range of wiring options are available below
Four RFID Safety Keys with shared safety contacts with an M12 10-Pin Connector.
Two RFID Safety Keys with shared safety contacts, two push button controls and with two M12 10-Pin Connectors.
Two RFID Safety Keys with shared safety contacts, one push button control, one emergency stop, and with two M12 10-Pin Connectors.
Two RFID Safety Keys with shared safety contacts, two push button controls, and with one M23 19-Pin Connector.
Two RFID Safety Keys with shared safety contacts, one push button control, one emergency stop, and with one M23 19-Pin Connector.
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Two RFID Safety Keys with shared safety contacts, one push button control and with one M12 12-Pin Connector.
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How can I reteach a lost key?
Follow our downloadable guide below to re-assign key codes