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New in-series charging stations for BODY-CASE

New in-series charging stations for BODY-CASE

New mountable stations for OKW’s BODY-CASE wearable enclosures enable multiple units to be charged at once.

BODY-CASE is OKW’s first enclosure designed specifically to fit a standard 18mm watchstrap. Applications include data recording and transmission; tracking and monitoring; emergency call and notification; bio-feedback sensors for healthcare, wellness and sports fitness. It can also be used for industrial electronics.

The new mountable stations can be grouped on any flat surface to enable induction charging in series. They are similar to BODY-CASE’s existing stations but feature an open base. An IP 54 seal is available to help protect against dust or water ingress.

Stations with either open or closed base are available for both sizes of BODY-CASE. The stations are moulded in UV-stable ASA. The standard colour is traffic white (RAL 9016). Prices start at £5.

Other BODY-CASE accessories include a fastening kit which enables the enclosures to be clipped to a belt or pocket; an 18 mm wrist strap; spring bar tool; woven hand strap and lanyard.

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Amy Best

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