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iWAP107 - Get smart, safe and connected in hazardous areas

09 July 2015

The Extronics iWAP107 is a fully certified Zone 1 access point enclosure system that delivers dramatic performance improvements and cost benefits compared to basic Ex d box solutions. The new iWAP107 system allows the latest MIMO Access Points from market leaders such as Cisco and Aruba to be easily deployed in Zone 1 hazardous areas, improving wireless performance and reliability. 

The system employs Extronics unique iSOLATE500 RF galvanic isolators which makes RF outputs intrinsically safe. This allows standard non-certified antennas to be used; greatly reducing cost whilst providing significant performance gains.  The iSOLATE500 also allows conventional wiring of RF connections which dramatically reduces both install and maintenance times.

Key features are:
* Simple & cost - effective Wi-Fi deployment
* Allows use of powerful standard antennas
* Improved coverage - fewer access points
* Vastly reduced install & maintenance
* Future proof - no re-certification necessary
* ATEX & IECEx Zone1 & Class 1 Div 1 certified 

The iWAP107 is designed and built by Extronics - a company with over 20 years of experience in the hazardous area market and which has recently been granted the prestigious Queen’s Award for Enterprise.

The iWAP107 is the perfect system to allow data to be unlocked from all hazardous process areas such e.g. oil rigs, pharmaceutical plants, petro-chemical sites etc.  For further information on this 3rd generation wireless solution, please visit

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