Telit GSM GPRS module GE864-QUAD in stock
The GE864-QUAD Atex is the extra-rugged member of the GE864 product family incorporating quadri-band functionality, RoHS compliance, as well as featuring low power consumption.
The GE864-QUAD Atex module has been designed for critical applications working in explosive environments and, as such, it’s architectural and engineering specifications followed the strict requirements of the ATEX directive. This means, for example, that every critical component in the whole production cycle is traceable and features specific ATEX rates. The highest level of intrinsic safety (ia) for this module makes its use suitable in the most critical environments (Group II, Category 1), and allows its integration into equipment to be used in potentially explosive atmospheres and/or in apparatus electrically connected to others located in such atmospheres.
The Ball-Grid-Array (BGA) package provides for a very low profile in the integrated solution while at the same time enhancing the performance of mechanical resistance to shock and vibration increasing the safety of these applications. Since cost is a key element for all the applications, the elimination of connectors afforded by the BGA concept also brings down the solution cost compared to conventional mounting methods.
With his low profile design, extended temperature range, ESD and EMC compliance, the GE864-QUAD Atex is the ideal and complete hardware platform for all atex m2m markets, both OEM and aftermarket.
All Telit modules, support Over-the-Air firmware update by means Premium FOTA Management. By embedding Red Bend Software vRapid Mobile® agent, a proven and battle-tested technology powering hundreds of millions of cellular handsets world-wide Telit is able to update its products by transmitting only a delta file, which represents the difference between one firmware version and another.
As a part of Telit’s corporate policy of environmental protection, all products comply to the RoHS (Restriction of Hazardous Substances) directive of the European Union (EU Directive 2002/95/EG).