For process applications that require grounding for more than 6 hours per day, the Bond Rite REMOTE EP (Externally Powered) utilises 220/240V AC or 110/120V AC mains supply to power the monitoring circuit of each indicator station.
The Intrinsically Safe (I.S.) Ground Monitoring Circuit is provided by the power supply which can be located in both the ‘hazardous’ and ‘non-hazardous’ areas, with the indicator stations mounted in the zoned (classified) area.
When used in conjunction with the Newson Gale Universal power supply, up to 10 Bond-Rite REMOTE indicator stations can be powered simultaneously. This enables users monitor up to 10 items of plant equipment at risk of charging (e.g. drums) independently of each other.
An additional advantage of this configuration is that the power supply itself can be installed within the hazardous area. For more detailed information please refer to the ATEX / IECEx or CSA technical specification PDFs of the Bond-Rite REMOTE EP.
for processes that last 6 hours or longer, including processes that require continuous static earthing.
mounted in the indicator station ensuring operators know when low resistance connection is achieved with potentially charged equipment.
bite through product deposits, vessel/drum coatings and rust to ensure proper bonding connections are made.
designed to withstand use in tough chemical processing and industrial environments.
compliant with international Best Practice standards.
-40ºF to +140ºF
9V 220 - 240V AC or 100 - 102V AC. Certified for Zone 2 / 21 / 22 and over.