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Our services include interlock system design consultation as well as hardware to enable clients to meet the requirements of ANSI Z136.1-2007 for the Safe Use of Lasers and other related ANSI standards.

Products include: 
- Defeatable access controls
- Non-defeatable access monitors
- Laser warnings
- Interlock arming and interlock relay modules
- Emergency-stop switches
- Complete hardware kits with all wiring, modules, and mounting
   hardware
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Laser safety officer recommended relay for driving the electronic shutter
laser access keypad
Push to exit safety interlock
Defeatable Entryway Controls
activated by Keypad, Card Reader or by a client-provided system
Warning that was recommended during laser safety officer certification
laser safety officer recommended emergency stop switch
Entryway Warnings
and
Emergency Stop Switches
Modular interlock design permits module
location and placement where it is most likely to be used.

A common yellow-blue color on all modules conveys the laser safety system theme to all personnel.
Laser interlock recommended by the certified laser safety officer
Interlock recommended similar to ICS-5
Interlock to be used with laser safety eyewear
laser interlock switch
Non-Defeatable Door and Curtain Monitors with armored dual magnetic
switches
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