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of Conformity

IEC Certification Scheme for Explosive Atmospheres
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Certificate No.:
IECEx BAS 16.0103 issue No.: 0

Certificate history:

Date of Issue:2017-03-29Page 1 of 3
Structured Mining Systems
170 Thorn Hill Road
PA 15086
United States of America
Equipment:Radio Control Transmitter Model TX-1000-xxx
Optional accessory:
Type of Protection:Intrinsic Safety

 Marking: Ex ia I Ma
Approved for issue on behalf of the IECEx
Certification Body:
R.S Sinclair

Position:Technical Manager

(for printed version)
1. This certificate and schedule may only be reproduced in full.
2. This certificate is not transferable and remains the property of the issuing body.
3. The Status and authenticity of this certificate may be verified by visiting the Official IECEx Website.

  Certificate issued by:
SGS Baseefa Limited
Rockhead Business Park
Staden Lane
Buxton, Derbyshire, SK17 9RZ
United Kingdom


IECEx Certificate
of Conformity

Certificate No.:IECEx BAS 16.0103
Date of Issue:2017-03-29Issue No.: 0
Page 2 of 3
Structured Mining Systems
170 Thorn Hill Road
PA 15086
United States of America

Additional Manufacturing location(s):


This certificate is issued as verification that a sample(s), representative of production, was assessed and tested and found to comply with the IEC Standard list below and that the manufacturer's quality system, relating to the Ex products covered by this certificate, was assessed and found to comply with the IECEx Quality system requirements. This certificate is granted subject to the conditions as set out in IECEx Scheme Rules, IECEx 02 and Operational Documents as amended.

The apparatus and any acceptable variations to it specified in the schedule of this certificate and the identified documents, was found to comply with the following standards:

IEC 60079-0 : 2011
Edition: 6.0
Explosive atmospheres - Part 0: General requirements
IEC 60079-11 : 2011
Edition: 6.0
Explosive atmospheres - Part 11: Equipment protection by intrinsic safety "i"
This Certificate does not indicate compliance with electrical safety and performance requirements other than those expressly included in the Standards listed above.

TEST & ASSESSMENT REPORTS:A sample(s) of the equipment listed has successfully met the examination and test requirements as recorded in

Test Report:


Quality Assessment Report:



IECEx Certificate
of Conformity

Certificate No.:IECEx BAS 16.0103
Date of Issue:2017-03-29Issue No.: 0
Page 3 of 3
Equipment and systems covered by this certificate are as follows

The Radio Control Transmitter Model TX-1000-xxx is a handheld radio controller designed to provide control of certified equipment located in Group I atmospheres via a radio communication link. The equipment incorporates 18 two-step pushbutton switches and on/off pushbuttons located on the front of the equipment with a backlit LCD display, which provides various information and feedback from the equipment being controlled.

The equipment comprises a single printed circuit board (PCB) containing all the circuitry including an LCD module mounted in a moulded static dissipative coated polycarbonate enclosure. The keypad mounted on the front of the enclosure under a stainless steel plate connects directly to the PCB.  The equipment can be additionally fitted with a rubber protective boot.

The equipment is powered by four alkaline manganese primary ‘AA’ size cells located in a battery compartment on the rear of the equipment. The cells must only be replaced in the non-hazardous area and must be one of the following types: -

Duracell MN1500 Duralock AA
Energizer E91 AA
Rayovac Ultrapro Alkaline AA

The equipment is available with two radio frequencies models; Model No. TX-1000-9xx has a 900MHz radio and Model No. TX-1000-2xx has a 2.4GHz radio. The ‘xx’ suffix on the model numbers defines the configuration of the equipment (Graphics Overlay, button and software configuration) for a specific user. In terms of intrinsic safety all configurations of the equipment are identical.  


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