The ToughPIX II TRIDENT EDITION Explosion Proof Digital Camera is designed and certified with the professional inspector in mind.
You need a digital camera that’s tough, because that’s the world you work in. You need a digital camera that will shake off the trials of working in a hazardous location and still keep functioning. You need a digital camera that is certified to be safe to use. You need a digital camera that is Tough, Reliable and Certified, you need ToughPIX II TRIDENT EDITION explosion proof compact digital SLR.
The ToughPIX II TRIDENT EDITION is ATEX certified Ex d IIB+H2 T6 Gb / II2G Gb T6, for use in hazardous areas ensures it can go safely where most cameras and phones cannot.
With its high intensity on board strobe flash, ToughPIX II TRIDENT EDITION lights up the darkest areas making high quality digital imagery easier and clearer than ever. Coupled with 5x optical zoom, 4x digital zoom, anti-shake technology and additional close-up macro lenses, ToughPIX II TRIDENT EDITION gives you the flexibility you need to do your job, any job and get the results you need.
- ATEX and IECEx Certified for Zone 1 IIB+H2 T6 explosive (vapour) atmospheres
- 16 megapixel SLR style with armoured 2.7” LCD screen
- 16GB memory and High Definition video
- Macro, Auto-focus, Anti-shake, 5x Optical and 4x digital zoom Reporting capability through CorDEX CONNECT™
- Powerful LED flash for low light imaging
- Sleek and rugged SLR design
- Soft touch buttons for ease of use
- Energy Optimisation Pack
- Toshiba FlashAir™ – for use in non-hazardous locations only
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What areas can I enter with an intrinsically safe instrument?
Hazardous areas must be defined by the employer into designated zones and instruments must be certified for those zones. The type of hazardous atmosphere (gas, dust, mining) must be specified and the auto ignition temperature of that zone must be identified with instruments selected that are rated safe for thier temperature.
What does Intrinsically Safe Mean?
An intrinsically safe instrument has been designed from the ground up to use low voltage and current together with detailed electronic and mechanical design to elimate any possibility of generating an ignotino source in a hazardous (explosive) area. The instrument must be approved by a notified body to international standards such as ATEX and IECEx. The IEC standard that TC7000 compiles with is IEC EN 60079 -11.
What else does IECEx Certification Offer?
An instrument complying with ATEX/IECEx will have been rigorously tested not only to ensure it will not generate a spark but also that it is robust enough to maintain that integrity when impacted or subjected to extremes of temperature. An ATEX/IECEx certified instrument will of necessity be much tougher than an equivalent safe area product even if for example the IP rating is similar.