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Mobile phone and online tracking system

24 November 2009

Bartec UK for the first time presents its mobile phone Pegasus for use in explosion-hazardous areas. Pegasus has been especially designed for the use in tough industrial environments. The high protection type IP 65 and the range of working temperatures between -20°C and 60°C enables the user to work even under extreme ambient conditions.

Mobile phone and online tracking system
Mobile phone and online tracking system

The keyboard has been designed so that it can easily be used even with gloves. All keys as well as the alphanumerical keys have a tactile feedback. The OLED full colour display with 128 x 160 pixel can easily be read even under poor light conditions. A highly efficient rechargeable Li-polymer battery makes sure there is enough capacity.

The integrated loudspeaker offers the user a comfortable hands-free speaking function during activities where both hands are needed. Besides, Pegasus has a vibration function so that no call is missed even in noisy environments. In addition to the phone function, text messages can be sent and received.

Pegasus is equipped with a Quadband GSM module (850/900/1800/1900 MHz). This enables use all over the world and particularly on the American continent.
Pegasus is available in different models and is the optimal mobile phone for every region and every field of application:

- Pegasus 7000  (industrial model)
- Pegasus 7010ex  (ATEX zone 1,2, 21,22, IEC Ex ; UL class I II III div 1, div 2 )
- Pegasus 7020ex  (ATEX zone 2, 22 ; UL class I II III div 2)

Pegasus has an optional "deadman switch" as in some fields of activity an increased occupational safety of employees has to be guaranteed. The integrated sensor (motion-detection) reacts to immobility. At the end of a definable time span, an online alarm is triggered. To avoid a transmission via SMS, which might take too long, the alarm can be transmitted immediately to a server via GPRS or TCP/IP. In addition, the mobile phone is located via GPS. With a scaleable map, the last recorded location can be graphically displayed. The alarm including the GPS position data can also be transmitted as SMS message or as a spoken phone message.

The Pegasus tracking software can synchronize, analyze and store the GPS data. Data acquisition is also possible in real time. Via the "history" function, it is possible to track a route on the map and to store it. Especially for enterprises with a vehicle fleet Pegasus offers an ideal instrument for the cost efficient realisation of logistic tasks.

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