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Intrinsically Safe Phones and Computers

A range of ATEX certified mobile phones and computers for use in Ex hazardous zones.


Our Range of Intrinsically Safe Phones and Computers

Ex-Handy 10 intrinsically safe phone
Ex-Handy 10 intrinsically safe phone

The Ex-Handy 10 is new high-performance, rugged solution is made for harsh industrial environments and comes with extensive certifications and multiple frequency bands for use in Zone 1/21, 2/22, and Div. 1/2 hazardous areas across the globe.

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£685.00

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Smart-Ex 02 intrinsically safe smartphone
Smart-Ex 02 intrinsically safe smartphone

The latest high end product in the range of mobile communication: an ultra-rugged, LTE / WiFi / Android smartphone, the Smart-Ex 02.

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£960.00

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Tab-Ex 02 intrinsically safe tablet computer
Tab-Ex 02 intrinsically safe tablet computer

The new Tab-Ex® 02 meets the highest safety requirements. Like all ecom tablets, it is available as a rugged version or an Ex model for global use in Zone 2/Division 2 as well as Zone 1/Division 1 in future. The base device comes with both IP68 type of pr

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£1,360.00

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HAZARDOUS AREA EQUIPMENT, CATEGORIES AND ZONES GUIDE

 

All equipment and protective systems intended for use in potentially explosive atmospheres must be ‘ATEX’ certified, as required by the EU directive 94/9/EC.

A standardised marking scheme is applied to identify equipment suitable for a specific location. Equipment built to the requirements of the EPS Regulations carry the “Ex” symbol in a hexagon, the equipment category number (1, 2, or 3), the letter G (gas atmospheres) and/or D (dust atmospheres), and other essential safety information. A temperature rating is expressed as a “T” marking, and sometimes a gas group. These indicate limitations to safe use.

 

Hazardous areas are classified into zones based on the frequency and duration of the occurrence of an explosive atmosphere.

 

Zone 0, 1 & 2 : gases, vapours and mists

Zone 20, 21 & 22 : dusts

 

Classifications :

Zone 0 or 20 : Danger is present continuously or for long periods or frequently.

Zone 1 or 21 : Danger is present occasionally.

Zone 2 or 22 : Danger is not likely, or will persist for a short period only.

 

Equipment is categorised (1, 2 or 3) depending on the zone where it is to be used.

Zone 0 or 20 : category 1 equipment

Zone 1 or 21 : category 2 equipment

Zone 2 or 22 : category 3 equipment

 


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