The CCC® Model RSC Compact Safety Stop Control provides a positive shut-off of dangerous equipment in an emergency or for normal operation. A cable pulled by endangered personnel actuates it. The output contacts of the Model RSC can control up to two (2) separate circuits, one for machinery shutdown and one for an alarm. Two (2) versions of the Model RSC have the built-in advantage of cable break detection. Another version acts as a standard cable pull switch, while a fourth version is a palm button (only) for punch presses and other indoor equipment. Safety minded operators of conveyors, production lines, elevator equipment, assembly lines, material handling systems, cranes, etc, consider it a must for employee protection. Most states have safety statutes that require these switches on conveyors and related equipment. The American National Standard Institute recommends their use in ANSI Standard No. ASME B20.1 - 1993-5.11. This ANSI Standard will probably soon become part of the William-Steiger Act of 1970 - the OSHA Act.
|RSC-A||N/A Model RSC Compact Safety Stop Control; Single-Ended, NEMA 4 Enclosure|
|RSC-B||N/A Model RSC Compact Safety Stop Control; Single-Ended w/Cable Break Detection, NEMA 4 Enclosure|
|RSC-C||N/A Model RSC Compact Safety Stop Control; Double-Ended w/Cable Break Detection, NEMA 4 Enclosure|
|RSC-D||N/A Model RSC Compact Safety Stop Control; Palm Button, NEMA 4 Enclosure|