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November 26, 2021

In this digital age, what could be better than ordering a safety relay to suit your own safety requirements, conveniently on the Internet? Pilz makes that a reality with the modular safety relay myPNOZ and the corresponding online tool myPNOZ Creator. Pilz answers the most frequently asked questions about the new online tool.

Via your web browser you can create the safety logic for your application in the myPNOZ Creator in just a few clicks. The myPNOZ Creator automatically selects the required hardware. Still unsure whether it all fits? In the myPNOZ Creator you can simulate and test the project directly.

What is THE special feature of the myPNOZ?

Individual assembly in the myPNOZ Creator and delivery as a turnkey system make the safety relay unique. And of course we should also mention the reduced wiring effort and the wide range of application and expansion options.

What benefits does the myPNOZ Creator have to offer me?

You create the safety logic for your individual application directly online; this is then used to calculate the hardware. No programming knowledge needed; quick and intuitive with just a few clicks. All you need to contribute is knowledge of your own requirements – the online tool myPNOZ Creator does the rest.

What is the type code of the myPNOZ all about?

The type code contains the individual composition of your system. With this individual code you can re-order or reconfigure the system at any time. It is the ID of each configuration in the myPNOZ Creator, so to speak.

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