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Kai Klaas
05/24/12 12:37
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#187513 - As far as I know...
Responding to: Ap Charles's previous message
...all metallic bodies must be connected to another and must be earthed to provide potential equalisation. Only by this the develop of ESD and sparks can be prevented.

Also, the electronics inside of sensor must not be able to start a fire either. So, only an ex-certified sensor is allowed to be used in an ex environment. If you violate the standards you can be sent into prison if something goes wrong...

Kai Klaas

List of 15 messages in thread
TopicAuthorDate
Sensor installing      AP Charles      05/24/12 02:13      
   EX question ?      Kai Klaas      05/24/12 06:04      
      Manufacturer      AP Charles      05/24/12 07:53      
         Never tested? So not certified?      Per Westermark      05/24/12 09:08      
            Is it undesirable      AP Charles      05/24/12 10:05      
               As far as I know...      Kai Klaas      05/24/12 12:37      
                  No No..      AP Charles      05/24/12 13:32      
                     I agree...      Kai Klaas      05/25/12 10:39      
                        safety      AP Charles      05/28/12 02:01      
                           Yes and no...      Kai Klaas      05/28/12 16:48      
                              Looking for Pre-Boxed Solutions      Michael Karas      05/28/12 18:02      
                                 pre-boxed solutions .. no      AP Charles      05/28/12 23:53      
                                    But there's more to do...      Kai Klaas      05/29/12 05:40      
                                       not familiar with 'EX'      Erik Malund      05/29/12 06:41      
                                       Yes      AP Charles      05/29/12 07:25      

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