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Thanks for the reference. Back when I was a draftsman for a controls company in the 90's I remember having to dig through the big fat national code book a couple of times. There were a few witless controls just coming out but we still had to lay conduit and wires for the E-Stops. I haven't had to deal with industrial controls since 2003 so my knowledge may be a little out of date now.
I have a question. Have you looked at the electrical code that requires E-Stops to be hardwired? Wireless controls have been used in industrial controls for at least twenty years that I know of but E-Stops are required by USA national and local codes to be wired in such a way that any break in the wiring will disable the machine under control. Is there the same requirement in your region? Wireless controls can be used in the USA if reasonable techniques are used to have reliable control of the machine. So standard start, stop, and other control can be wireless. E-Stops are a special case because of safety.
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