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Teguar’s Class 1 Division 2 (C1D2) computers are designed to operate safely and reliably in rough and dangerous environments like mining, fracking, chemical manufacturing, or oil drilling. These computers are explosion proof, meaning they will not produce a sparks that could cause an explosion in certain conditions. Therefore, they are safe to use in hazardous environments, where combustible dust and flammable gas or vapors are present. The units are made with industrial grade durable components and can run in a wide range of temperatures from below freezing, to above the hottest day ever recorded in Las Vegas. When you need industrial computing in hazardous areas, you can count on Teguar’s Hazardous Location computers to get the job done.
Teguar's Hazardous Location Computers are Class 1 Division 2, ATEx Zone 2, and IECEx certified, as well as IP66 / NEMA 4X compliant. They are built for environments where flammable or explosive vapors or gasses are present, such as in the oil and gas industry, at a nuclear factory, or on a chemical manufacturing line. Being C1D2 certified means these computers will not emit any sparks or electrical surges that could cause a fire or explosion in these hazardous environments.
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The units are made with industrial grade, durable components and can operate in a wide range of temperatures from -20 ~ 60°C (-4 ~ 140°F). They are also housed in rustproof, grade SUS304 stainless steel.
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Because users in hazardous locations wear thick work gloves, Teguar's C1D2 computers come with a 5-wire resistive touchscreen. This type of touchscreen reacts to pressure, so any object, including a gloved hand, can be used to register touch. This can be helpful in applications that involve chemicals or oils, because a pen or tool can be used on the screen, rather than a dirty glove or hand. A touchscreen is ideal for many hazardous location applications, because space can be limited, and eliminating a separate keyboard and mouse can be beneficial.
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