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  1. Ex-Handy 04 Intrinsically safe mobile

    Whether in Europe, Asia, Australia or America, the Ex-Handy 04 operates worldwide on three different network frequencies and automatically chooses the optimum GSM network on all continents.

    €1,048.00
  2. Explosieveilige X.Com 601 (Ex 60.x)
    Based on Sagem TiGR 350 PRODUCT IS END OF LIFE!!
  3. Intrinsically Safe EX Ex Handy 04 (nokia 6310 ex )

    Whether in Europe, Asia, Australia or America, the Ex-Handy 04 operates worldwide on three different network frequencies and automatically chooses the optimum GSM network on all continents.

  4. Swissphone DE920 - The digital PROFI-Pager Semaphone

    In addition to the outstanding characterisitics and functions of the DE900 model, the DE920 packs even more features and functions. Just to mention a few: 32 RIC as well as 9 alerts/user profiles and 1 expension profile. Profile selection enables the switching on and off of individual RIC. Antother new feature: a frequency synthetizer using PLL technology. This offers a high degree of flexibility when adjusting the receiver frequency and thereby improves serviceability.

  5. Motorola gsm handy i356IS new Intrinsically safe (EOL)

    This product is end of life (EOL)

    If you ever bother to read your cell phone's user manual from front to back, you'll see a whole section with neat safety warnings. One of them advises you not to make calls in a gas station since the phone's electrically energy could cause a gas explosion. Sounds like fun!

    While I doubt that many people have heeded the warning, much less read it, Motorola is taking it seriously. Last week, Sprint Nextel announced the Motorola i356IS, which is a variation of its burly i356 candy bar phone.

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    The i356IS (the "IS" stands for "intrinsically safe") is built with exploding fuel pumps in mind. According to the carrier, the phone will not release "enough electrical or thermal energy to ignite fuel and cause a fire or explosion." What's more, "intrinsically safe devices are safe to use in hazardous areas that may contain flammable gasses, vapors or dust." Phew.

    Other features include support for Nextel's Direct Connect push-to-talks service, a speakerphone, messaging, GPS, Bluetooth, organizer features, and support for Nextel's second line feature. Like its i356 cousin it may not be much to look at, but its rugged design is built to last.

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  6. Atex rugged Sonim XP3 handset

     

    Sonim’s new XP3 (X-Com 200) phone takes rugged to an entirely new level, engineered specifically for customers who work and/or play in extreme environments and appreciate the value of dependable tools that perform as promised.



     

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  7. Mobile Phone Pegasus 7000

    PEGASUS has been especially designed for the use in rough industrial environments, e.g. in the chemical and pharmaceutical industry, in the oil and gas sector or in refineries. The high protection type IP 65 and the use at ambient temperatures between -20°C and 60°C enables the user to work even under extreme ambient conditions.

     

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