What are the Features and Benefits of the MOTOTRBO DP4000e ATEX Radios?
MOTOTRBO Atex Two Way Radios For Land And Sea – Motorola Solutions And Radiocoms Systems Keeping You Safe In The Toughest Environments
The MOTOTRBO DP4000 ATEX Series two-way radios from Motorola Solutions combines the best of two-way radio functionality with the latest digital technology. They integrate voice and data seamlessly, offers enhanced features that are easy to use, and delivers increased capacity to efficiently connect all your crews.
What is an explosive atmosphere?
An explosive atmosphere is defined as a mixture of dangerous substances with air, under atmospheric conditions, in the form of gases, vapours, mist or dust in which, after ignition has occurred, combustion spreads to the entire unburned mixture. Many workplaces may contain, or have activities that produce, explosive or potentially explosive atmospheres.
Examples include places where work activities create or release flammable gases or vapours, such as vehicle paint spraying, or in workplaces handling fine organic dusts such as grain flour or wood. Safe, reliable communication is a critical tool in such dangerous environments. That’s where the power and performance of MOTOTRBO ATEX intrinsically safe digital radios stand out.
MOTOTRBO DP4000 EX Series
These high-performing hand portables have the highest ATEX/IECEx gas explosion group rating. Ideal for hazardous work with loud noises, long shifts, rough weather and dangerous conditions including combustible dust, explosive chemicals, gas leaks, flammable hydrocarbons and more.
Get all the benefits of MOTOTRBO™ digital technology, including greater capacity, clearer audio and long battery life.
Who utilises MOTOTRBO DP4000 ATEX two way radios?
ATEX/IECEx-rated for safety the Motorola DP4000 Ex Series two way radios keep your workers connected safely and productively, wherever the job takes them both on land and at sea.
Where an explosive restriction is stipulated you will require an ATEX certified two way radio such as a COMAH site or a vessel (which now requires a mandatory 2 ATEX radios for the firefighters on board to meet SOLAS requirements).
The market sectors Radiocoms Systems Ltd have supplied ATEX radio systems to includes but is not limited to:
Work safely, from pipeline to power plant to sea.
Everything about the DP4000e ATEX radios are designed for worker safety. Loud, clear performance and innovative features like Intelligent Audio and Transmit Interrupt help ensure messages get through in the noisiest environments.
Like the radio, Motorola’s audio and energy accessories meet the most stringent ATEX/ IECEx standards. An Integrated Man Down and Lone Worker feature sends an instant alert if a mishap occurs. And the bright blue colour helps ensure workers can quickly identify and carry only ATEX/IECEx-approved radios into hazardous environments.
The DP4000 Ex Series features large PTT, volume, channel knobs and programmable buttons that are easy to use, even when wearing gloves. The large, colour display (DP4801 Ex only) and bright LED show radio status information at a glance.
Plus the prominent orange emergency button enables workers to quickly call for assistance when needed.
Explosive atmospheres in the workplace – what are the ATEX classifications?
In Great Britain, the requirements of Directive 99/92/EC were put into effect through regulations 7 and 11 of the Dangerous Substances and Explosive Atmospheres Regulations 2002 (DSEAR).
The requirements in DSEAR apply to most workplaces where a potentially explosive atmosphere may occur. Some industry sectors and work activities are exempted because there is other legislation that fulfils the requirements. These exemptions are listed in regulation 3 of DSEAR. The ATEX directive requires all products to be marked with the CE mark, the ‘EX’ mark and the equipment coding.
|Explosion proof||in accordance with the ATEX directive|
|Equipment Group||I||For use in underground mines|
|II||For use in all other places|
|Category||1||Equipment that is intended for use in areas where an explosive atmosphere is present continuously, for long periods or frequently|
|2||Equipment that is intended for use in areas where an explosive atmosphere is likely to occur in normal operation and must ensure a high level of protection.|
|3||Equipment that is intended for use in areas where an explosive atmosphere is unlikely to occur in normal operation and must ensure a normal level of protection.|
|Gas / Dust||G||Equipment certified for use in flammable gases|
|D||Equipment certified for use where dust is present in the atmosphere|
|Type of Protection*||d||Flameproof|
|II||Surface above ground industries|
|Gas Sub Group||A||Less easily ignited gases e.g. propane|
|B||Easily ignited gases e.g ethylene|
|C||Most easily ignited e.g. hydrogen or acetylene|
Hazardous area apparatus is classified according to the maximum surface temperature produced under fault conditions at an ambient temperature of 40°C, or as otherwise specified. The standard classifications are as shown