What Are Atex Approved Radios?

Tuesday 31st January 2017

Atex approved radios are intrinsically safe radios that are used for communication devices in incredibly dangerous industries and environments and so are ideal for those working in industries such as oil, mining, waste management, gas & chemical installations, etc. Because the risk of danger is so high in these industries, electronic equipment has to go through extensive safety checks and procedures in order in to be approved. Data Radio supplies digital and analogue Atex approved radios that are the ideal communication solution for any job.

Atex Approved Radios from Data Radio:

Data Radio currently supplies a wide variety of Atex approved radio systems including the following most popular products on our website:

Entel HT922:
This ATEX IIC approved radio manufactured for the HT series by ENTEL is one of the most robust and reliable handsets on the market. Fully submersible up to 5 metres, this radio is specially designed to survive where most other radios can’t. This Handset is ideal for mid-range rural outdoor uses, and priced at just £501.60

reated for the chemical/ oil & mining industry, This Atex approved radio manufactured by ICOM features a lone worker & man down function which will automatically send an emergency signal in the event that the user is in an life threatening situation, and is a must for certain industries.

Entel HT944: Another Atex approved model from the Entel HT series, these reliable models are fully submersible in water up to 5 meters and delivers when you need it the most. This model comes with a back lit display & crisp & crisp audio that is ideal for use in load environments such as off shore oil rigs & the deck of a ship. This rugged radio can provide up to  an exceptional 11 hour battery life and has a built in low battery warning, so you will never be caught short.

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This post was written by Lewis Peters

January 31, 2017 12:55 pm Published by