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Product Code: G7C-EU
Blackline G7C Standard Lone Worker Device
Highly configurable for every organisation, G7 warns both the user and live monitoring personnel of environmental exposure risks to both toxic and explosive gases. G7 is a true ‘Internet of Things’ tool with wireless communications and location technology to empower real-time emergency response and evacuation management.
The G7 is the first device anywhere that works straight out of the box to:
Automatically detect when someone is not moving, either from a fall, accident or health incident so that help can be immediately deployed.
Empower evacuations with mass notifications by speakerphone or text message, while accounting for the location of every employee through to emergency assembly point.
Support customisation using interchangeable gas sensor cartridges with a choice of single or multiple gases (hydrogen sulphide, oxygen, combustible gases, carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide and ammonia).
Ideal for monitoring all personnel, lone workers and actively managing evacuations.
This unit is supplied with Blackline 24/7 monitoring with voice for 1 year. Annual cost thereafter is £384.00 for 24/7 monitoring solution.
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ATEX is the name commonly given to the two European Directives for controlling explosive atmospheres.
ATEX certification ensures that equipment is fit for use within explosive atmospheres and is supplied with adequate information to ensure it can be used safely.
For more information visit: hse.gov.uk/fireandexplosion/atex.htm