Librestream launches mobile collaboration device
Onsight 2000Ex mobile collaboration device
Librestream has announced the Onsight 2000Ex mobile collaboration device certified for use in potentially hazardous locations that require a Class I, Division 2 rating in North America.
In addition, the Onsight 2000Ex incorporates all of the features of the Onsight 2000R such as the IP54 enclosure rating, chemical-resistant exterior, ability to withstand a 4ft drop to concrete, and the integrated illumination ring with optimised lighting for both macro and standard use.
Librestream's family of Onsight wireless mobile devices connect field workers through live video, voice and on-screen drawing capabilities to colleagues who are running the Onsight Expert software on their computer.
Onsight allows teams to collaborate with distant locations, to quickly solve problems and improve communication within an organisation or with key contractors/suppliers.
The Onsight Expert can also take full control over the Onsight 2000Ex, including image capture, zoom, illumination and bandwidth settings.
The Onsight 2000Ex complements the Onsight 2000R, which was built for rugged outdoor environments, as well as the Onsight 1000, which is used in enclosed or light industrial settings such as hospitals, manufacturing assembly plants and retail/office locations.
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