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Our partners from J&R Technology Ltd. came up with a lot of phones!

Here are some of the categories of phones they produce:


Weatherproof Telephones:

Our partners produce some of the best weatherproof telephones! They have a wide variety of these kind of phones inside of their portofolio. 


Explosion proof Telephones:

Also they produce amazing ATEX Telephones. They can be used inside hazardous zones where you are not allowed to place or take a normal telephone with you. They have a very wide variety of different ATEX telephones. This way you for sure can find what you are looking for with them!


Vandal Resistant Handset Telephones:

These phones are also produced by our partner. They can not be easly destroyed by someone who thinks it is fun to quickly vandalise something. Very usefull for a place where there is a lot of aggresiveness. 


Emergency Telephones:

Phones for emergency situations? Don't look any further! Our partner has some of the best of them in their portofolio!


Emergency Phone Tower:

Ideal telephones for next to a road in case for an emergency. If an accident happens. Your phone might be broken as well so it gives a safe feeling to have a lot of emergency phone towers next to the road in case a big accident happens. 


Broadcasting Telephones:

Ideal for in a factory. You can use these kind of phones to broadcast messages to the entire working floor. And you can already fill in the rest of the use cases. 


Elevater Telephone:

Imagine being stuck in an elevator. Doesn't feel nice does it? That's why it is very important to always have a phone in the elevator. This makes sure that if you are stuck in one you can communicate with the people that are trying to get you out of your struggle. 



Our partners from J&R Technology Ltd. have way more to offer then just this short overview. Contact us via our site, e-mail or call us to know more! 


ATEX Phones: https://www.atexshop.com/phones/telephones/wired-phones.html

Rugged Phones: https://www.ruggedshop.nl/phones/fixed-phones.html 



The Blackline Safety's G7 Dock is the solution for easy and affordable self-calibration and bump testing of G7 equipment, as well as for charging it. The G7 Dock requires no initial set-up, all communication and configuration takes place outside the dock.



With the G7 Dock, bump tests and calibrations can be easily performed by simply placing the G7 in the dock. If a G7 device requires a bump test and/or calibration, it automatically performs the required test actions when the G7 is placed in the dock and the latch is closed.

All test results are sent to the user's Blackline Live account in real time immediately after the bump tests and calibrations. The G7 Dock uses the Blackline Live Portal hosted in the cloud for configuration. This also stores test data for compliance tracking and reporting.

Blackline Safety's G7 Dock uses very little calibration gas, with a flow rate of 300ml per minute.

Supports both G7c devices fitted with single gas sensor cartridges and those fitted with 4-gas cartridges



- Dimension: 215 mm x 100 mm x 95 mm

- Weight: 202 g

- Four adjustable gas inlets one outlet port.

- Internal diaphragm pumps for gas ejection 300 ml/min.

- Bump test of 25 seconds, less than 10 seconds of gas during a bump

- 4-minute calibration, less than 2 minutes of gas during a calibration

- Input voltage: 5 VDC @ 1000 mA

- Power connector: Micro USB

- 120/240 VAC power adapter and USB cable included

- Two Year Warranty



Smart glasses refer to a device that uses appropriate technology to bring a computer screen/display in front of a person's eyes to present background information. The display can be projected/reflected on the lens of glasses or it can be a separate component brought in front of the view. The important thing is that the user can observe the environment without distraction when he does not need the information from the smart glasses.


Smart glasses are also often referred to with the term "augmented reality", which basically means enlarging (and enhancing) the existing real world with additional information provided by the information system. There is a certain difference when comparing with display techniques for viewing moving images/video or with virtual reality displays designed for gaming purposes, where the entire vision is filled with computer-generated image. Most advanced smart glass systems can automatically provide information about a target in view, such as a product in hand, information about landscapes and even facial recognition of an approaching person.


The user can communicate with the system using voice, signs or finger movements, for example. It is essential that the management of the system is simple and practical and must be appropriate to the task and the user. The device must fit/fit perfectly so that you do not have to think about it or pay attention to it when it is not in use. For business use, the devices must also be compatible with other IT infrastructure. Another big advantage is that employees keep their hands free when wearing the smart glasses. They no longer need to print the picking lists and carry them with them during order picking!


Another big advantage is that employees keep their hands free when wearing the smart glasses. They no longer need to print the picking lists and carry them with them during order picking. The same Active Ants experiment showed that productivity increased by 15 percent as a result!


What are the possibilities of Smart Glasses?

  • Built-in 360-degree cameras, vr cameras, sensors and infrared cameras such as the Kintect sensors.
  • Laser tracking & 3D scanning technology to measure and process body gestures and movements.
  • Eye-tracking & scanning technology with gaze-prioritised graphics also known as foveated rendering.
  • Built-in facial recognition and speech recognition technology.
  • transparent HD display for holigraphic images, standard displays and videos
  • Intel Realsense camera technology & Qualcomm SnapDragon VR chips.
  • GPS localisation & Wi-fi & Bleutooth connectivity with other mobile devices, smartphones, computers and laptops.
  • File sharing and live streaming
  • Holographic computing technology

-    ODT" = Omnidirectional treadmill technology like the Virtuix Omni allowing you to move in vr environments. This technology will enable impressive active virtual reality gaming and lifelike training simulations. Companies like Omnifinity and Virtuix are important players in this.




Take a look at the different smartglasses in our range!


Microsoft Hololens

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IRISTICK Z1 Smart Safety Glasses

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HMT-1Z1 Hands-Free Head Mounted Tablet (ATEX)

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Iristick C1 Smart Safety Glasses

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Commwear hmt-1

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If you require personalized adivce on which kind of headset might be the best fit for you or your business, do not hesitate to contact us for more information. See some of our options through these links above or the related products.

What does intrinsically safe mean?

Intrinsically Safe is a required standard for devices used in highly hazardous areas that may contain flammable gases, powders or fuels.

The standard ensures that an "Intrinsically Safe appliance" is not capable of initiating combustion or igniting gases or fuels. You can use it in the vicinity of gases or fuels without risking static electricity or heat release from the device, which will ignite the surrounding volatile gases, powders and liquids.


The Hazardous Locations are organised in three classes:

  • Class I: Flammable gases, vapours or liquids
  • Class II: Flammable dust
  • Class III: Flammable fibres and kites

Apart from these classes, there are also two divisions:

  • Division 1: conditions expected in daily operations
  • Division 2: Conditions not likely to occur during normal operations


Classification of an area

Hazardous areas are divided into Zones (European and IECEX method) or Classes and Divisions (North American method).



European & IECEX classification

Definition of zone or division

North American classification

Zone 0 (gases)

An area in which an explosive mixture is continuously present or present for long periods

Class I Division 1 (gases)

Zone 20 (dusts)

Class II Division 1 (dusts)

Zone 1 (gases)

An area in which an explosive mixture is likely to occur in normal operation

Class I Division 1 (gases)

Zone 21 (dusts)

Class II Division 1 (dusts)

Zone 2 (gases)

An area in which an explosive mixture is not likely to occur in normal operation and if it occurs it will exist only for a short time

Class I Division 2 (gases)

Zone 22 (dusts)

Class II Division 2 (dusts)


What is ATEX certification?


ATEX is an abbreviation of the French, ATmosphère EXplosible (or explosive atmospheres. ATEX designates hazardous materials, such as explosives. It sets requirements for companies that handle and transport these hazardous materials, and it requires those companies to protect their employees against the risk of explosion.


ATEX applies in atmospheres where explosions can occur due to dusts, vapours or gases that can ignite or explode. So it applies to most workplaces that use or store flammable or explosive materials - for example, factories that use flammable products or generate flammable dust clouds.


What is IECEx?


IECEx stands for certification by the International Electrotechnical Commission for Explosive Atmospheres. To be IECEx certified, all products must go through an audited process by the International Electrotechnical Commission to ensure they meet minimum safety requirements. This process will determine whether the products can be used in hazardous or potentially explosive locations.


Because they are IECEx certified, the products and equipment can be traded in different countries without having to be retested and re-certified for each country. As different countries have different safety standards, products from one country must be retested in another to meet the guidelines for use in hazardous areas. Therefore, IECEx acts as a common set of safety standards for certification of participating countries, helping to reduce testing and certification costs for manufacturers. Participating countries in the IECEx scheme include most countries in Europe, Canada, Australia, Russia, China, USA and South Africa.



Differences between ATEX & IECEX


The difference between ATEX and IECEx  is primarily that ATEX is only valid in the EU and IECEx aims at worldwide acceptance. ATEX is legally required for all electrical and non-electrical equipment in hazardous areas. IECEx is only for electrical equipment in hazardous environments.


The main difference between them is that ATEX  is law driven and IECEx  is standard driven. For ATEX, compliance with the standards is not mandatory, but under IECEx the standards are mandatory. For ATEX, the manufacturer is fully responsible for collecting the modules for examination and production control. For IECEx, a third party (certification) party is responsible for bringing together all aspects of design and manufacturing assessment to issue a public certificate. In practice, this means that IECEx  is perceived to be more stringent than ATEX  in terms of the processing of evidence during the certification process and the assurance of the quality system by the manufacturer.


ATEX and IECEx both use the same standards, so in terms of technical content there is basically no difference. The only visible difference is in many cases the marking on the equipment.


Some other very notable differences apply to use of ATEX equipment, for example Zone 2 equipment under ATEX is approved for use with a manufacturer’s declaration and this is NOT accepted here in Australia where third party testing is a mandatory part of compliance.


Types of Protection Techniques


These methods are the basis for the various explosion protection techniques.  While intrinsic safety is only one of the techniques it is the most common in terms of portable electronic equipment.  It is a misnomer to call all explosion protected equipment “intrinsically safe” or “IS” and may lead to confusion.

Each technique, see “Other Valid Techniques for Explosion Protection” Page 20, has a descriptor; “Ex i”, “Ex n” “Ex d”, etc.  This is important as the selection of equipment fit for the specific hazard relies on the selection of the correct technique for the type of hazard/s.

Not all techniques are suitable for all types of hazards. Some techniques are limited to Zone 2 or Zone 1 and 2 and would not be suitable in a Zone 0 environment.  Some techniques are suitable for dust (Group III) and not gas (Group II) and vice versa.

Multiple techniques may be used on an apparatus. This is common and acceptable only if the certificate of compliance identifies the technique suitable for the application and the marking describes it as such.


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With over 10,000 partners across 100 countries, we are committed to delivering industry-tailored solutions that help our customers capture their edge.

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