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Just saw your unedited reply in my inbox. You really don't have any clue about Intrinsic Safety do you?I am rethinking just how intrinsically safe an item might be if this is how a new intrinsically safe product starts out.
You do realize that people with families count on intrinsically safe devices to be safe. They are installed in areas with flammable and/or explosive environments and no amount of training is going to help them if your device fails.
My intention is to design the device not to fail.
No such thing. Either you plan for a failure or you've failed to plan.William Butler Yeats said:Turning and turning in the widening gyre
The falcon cannot hear the falconer;
Things fall apart; the centre cannot hold;
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