Peplink products carrying Class 1 Division 2 certification

Electrical equipment can cause explosions in certain atmospheres. In North America, the most widely used hazardous location classification system is defined by the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) Publication 70, National Electric Code® (NEC) in Articles 500 to 506. The NFPA establishes area classifications based on Classes, Divisions and Zones that when combined delineate the hazardous conditions of a specific area.

The following Peplink products are rated for Class 1 Division 2 deployments. (Specific SKUs may apply.)

  • BR1 mini
    –Requires bracket (SKU: ACW-743)
  • BR1
  • BR1 MK2

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Hello, does the new hardware revision for the MAX-BR1-LTEA-W-T have the C1D2 Certification?

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We have a similar need. Does the new BR1 Classic HW2 have Class 1 Div 2 hazardous certification for Canada? cULus or CSA or cMETus or cSGSus etc. and will this certification be printed on the product label?

Hi Team,
Are there currently any dual modem devices with this rating that we’re missing? If not, are there any plans to have a dual modem router certified?

Has the BR1-M2M been added to the C1D2 approval