PIC offers ECOM mobile instruments for use in hazardous locationsNovember 7, 2019 REDWIRE is news you can use from leading suppliers. Powered by FRASERS.
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A member of the Pepperl+Fuchs family, ECOM Instruments is the name businesses count on for great communication, computing, and lighting solutions. Process Instruments and Components Inc. (PIC) supplies the manufacturer’s great products in Canada – including a wide variety of mobile instruments. ECOM’s rugged Smartphones and tablets allow more efficient workflow, maintenance, and decision making in work facilities at the same time that they increase worker safety and productivity.
Ideal for many critical industries
ECOM’s selection of mobile instruments is the first of its kind in this country. They are ideal for businesses in such critical industries as aerospace, chemicals, mining, oil and gas, and pharmaceuticals. The ECOM Mobile Worker platform features innovative mobile computing products built for use in hazardous work areas, and the manufacturer is pushing innovation for mobile workers in many sectors by opening the explosion-protection field up to standards that are typical in modern communications. This boosts efficiency and reduces costs – but also can save lives.
The following ECOM mobile computing products are distributed by PIC:
- Smart-Ex 01 – a state-of-the-art device and also the world’s first Android 4G/LTE Smartphone for use in Zone 1 and Division 1. These mobile instruments are unlocked and SIM-free, which means they offer a reliable connection to any network worldwide.
- Tab-Ex 01 – the world’s first Android 4G/LTE tablet designed for use in Zone 1 and Division one. Based on the Samsung Galaxy Tab Active platform.
- roc Ci70-Ex – the world’s first PDA with a modular head concept built for use in Zone 1, Division 1 and in the mining sector.
- Ident-Ex 01 – a powerful, ultra-ragged, intrinsically safe Bluetooth bar-code scanner and RFID reader.
Users get the performance level they need to operate a wide variety of professional software applications with these digital mobile tools. In this way, they meet the challenges of hazardous work environments with accurate, timely information about the positions and conditions of mobile workers, equipment, and materials.
For a closer look at the ECOM Mobile Worker concept, watch this video:
To learn more, contact PIC.