Emergency stop switch lockout E360

Emergency stop switch lockout E360

The emergency stop switch lockout prevents equipment from accidentally switching on during maintenance work.

All variants for E360

If the emergency stop switch is operated intentionally when systems and machines in industry and commerce have to be tested or repaired, then the emergency stop must not be reversed until after the work has been done.

If the emergency stop switch is reactivated too early due to a misunderstanding, lives can be endangered in the worst cases. To minimise this risk, the E360 emergency stop switch lockout encloses the switch with a plastic cover and locks it with a padlock. In the sense of the Lockout/Tagout system for increasing work safety, the emergency stop switch is thus protected against access (Lockout) and at the same time marked as intentionally pressed in (Tagout).


  • To enclose the depressed emergency stop switch
  • To be attached to enclosed base
  • Base can be flexibly mounted: glued or clamped

Use and application

  • For securing emergency stop switches during maintenance
  • Lockout is placed on a base around the switch, preventing reactivation
  • For a padlock or multiplier
  • A base (included in the scope of delivery) must be attached in order to use the lockout
  • For emergency stop switches up to 50 mm diameter and 40 mm height
  • Can also be used on buttons


  • E360, transparent, with 2 bases
Weight [lbs]: 0.22 lbs
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