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Riedel keeps its distance

Riedel keeps its distance

Riedel keeps its distance

Worn around the neck or carried in a pocket, Riedel has devised DisTag as a reliable distance monitoring device. The wearer is alerted via haptic, visual and acoustic signals whenever the mandatory minimum distance to other people is about to be breached. DisTag is designed to maintain a safe distance between employees, visitors and customers operating in media and event production, industrial operations, retail, medical facilities, cultural institutions and educational organisations.

Weighing 61g, the compact 93mm x 41mm device offers three signal levels – a two-stage vibration alarm (haptic), a two-stage LED signal (visual) and a two-stage sound signal (acoustic). The proximity limits of the warning signals can be individually defined and adjusted in accordance with local regulations for social distance. The minimalist device can be worn indoors or out, an integrated battery provides power for up to 12 hours. Requiring no additional infrastructure, the system can be easily expanded.



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