ATEX Radio - Hazardous Area & Intrinsically Safe - Motorola GP Series

ATEX Radio - Hazardous Area & Intrinsically Safe - Motorola GP Series

Hazardous Area Radio ATEX Certified Hazardous Area Radio

ATEX Certified

Motorola

 

The Motorola range of hazardous area ATEX radios are supplied with a leather case (ATEX Motorola Hazardous Area Radio - ATEX Certifiedapproved) which must be used with the radio to ensure that the unit complies with the full specification for hazardous area working.

Mandown boards are available for these models which provides an excellent safety function for volatile ATEX hazardous area atmospheres (these must be manufacturer fitted to ensure ATEX certification).

The hazardous area Motorola GP radio series carries on from the GP300 Radius FM model. This popular Motorola radio model has been used for years globally on ATEX hazardous area sites and takes advantage of full 4/5 watts power output with the only real difference being the special FM battery needed and relevant FM stickers on the radio unit.

There is also a Motorola MPT1327 trunked model (GP680FM) - this completes the FM GP range offering maximum choice of system solutions for ATEX hazardous areas.

Motorola Professional Series Handportable Radio

Hazardous Area Classification


Intrinsically Safe: Class I, II and III
Division 1
Groups C, D, E, F, G
T3C
Non-Incendive: Class I
Division 2
Groups A, B, C, D
T4

The Motorola hazardous area Radio Transceivers are FM approved and have a special identification label on their base - this label identifies the radio as being FM approved, specifying the hazardous area Class/Division/Group, along with the part numbers of the batteries that must be used.

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