Datix NaNo G Safe

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Datix NaNo G Safe Edition is a portable monitoring device able to increase the safety of workers engaged in solitary activities in potentially hazardous situations. The device is able to raise Text and GPRS alarm signals in case of panic (SOS), fall detection and prolonged no movement. Datix NaNo G Safe Edition is available in GSM-only configuration (for indoor use) or GSM + GPS for outdoor tracking. Datix NaNo G Safe Edition also integrates the RFID technology which allows, without any electrical dedicated installation, to manage the indoor localization using the manual reading of RFID tags placed in sensitive areas. The alarm will include the last tag read in order to speed up the search of the worker.

Main Features

  • 128x32 graphic display
  • GSM/GPRS Dualband module
  • GPS receiver (optional)
  • Panic, loss of verticality and no movement alerts via Text and GPRS
  • RFID 125 KHz tag reading
  • Device configuration via USB/GPRS
  • Rechargeable Li-Ion battery
  • Battery recharge via USB
  • DST management
  • Backup battery for RTC (clock)
  • Dim (mm): 99x56x26 (NaNo G), 108x58x26 (NaNo G with GPS)
  • Weight (gr): ~150 (NaNo G), ~160 (NaNo G with GPS)

Typical Applications

Lone workers

Datix NaNo G Safe Edition has been specifically designed to be a valuable aid for the safety of lone workers engaged in solitary activities in potentially hazardous situations. The man down and panic functionalities, combined with GPS outdoor tracking and RFID indoor tracking, allow to significantly reduce the health and safety risks of lone workers.

Athletes

Even athletes can benefit from the aid of Datix NaNo G Safe Edition. In particular, all those engaged in individual activities that require moving on the ground and then the search of the person in case of alarm (eg, hikers, bikers, climbers).

Elderly people

Being able to raise alerts in case of panic and loss of verticality Datix NaNo G Safe Edition proves to be extremely useful for the elderly, and in general for all people with reduced mobility.

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