|RemLive µRL-1: ‘The Micro-RemLive’||RemLive MRL-1: ‘The Mini-RemLive’||RemLive RL-4: ‘The RemLive’|
|Fits through the front door of the panel and has dual purpose of
Verifying correct isolation to technical personnel and machine operatives
Warning all non-technical personnel in the vicinity24 – 1000 volts DC
24 – 750 volts AC
50 Micro-Amps maximum
|Operates in the same way as the RL-4 but is only applicable in single-phase applications
Aimed at providing warning to technical personnel24 – 600 volts DC.
24 – 420 volts AC.
|Fits inside a control panel or switch and gives visual indication of the presence of electricity
Aimed at providing warning to technical personnel working inside the panel24-1000 volts DC.
24 – 700 volts AC.
Health and Safety Executive
Electrical incidents in Great Britain - Statistical Summary
Statistics provided by The Health and Safety Executive reveal that in Great Britain, over a four year study, Injuries to workers involving electricity were:
- Fatal - 147
- Non - Fatal Major - 2051
- Injuries requiring 3 days or more off work - 4309
- Total incidents reported - 6507
The Health and Safety Executive estimate that only just over 40% of non-fatal accidents are actually reported.
From the figures above it can be seen that, on average, incidents were:
- A fatal injury every 10 days
- 10 Non fatal Major injuries every week
- 20 injuries requiring 3 days or more off work every week
Source : The Health and Safety Executive : Electrical Incidents in Great Britain Statistical Summary
Installing REMLIVE reduces risks and protects people.