Meinberg GPS L1 Antenna EX-PROOF

with L1 filter

Meinberg GPS L1 Antenna EX-PROOF with L1 filter

Explosion proof active GPS L1-Antenna for areas where hazardous substances may occur.

  • Explosion proof according to EN 60079-0: 2009
  • Pressure resistant housing with integrated 40dB amplifier


The Antenna is compliant to the ATEX-Directive 94/9/EC and certificated for Zone 1, an area in which an explosive mixture is likely to occur in normal operation. The ATEX-Directive is an EU directive describing what equipment and work environment is allowed in an area with an explosive atmosphere.

Meinberg's explosion proof antenna consists of a passive antenna and a stainless steel housing including a 40dB amplifier. The stainless steel (AISI-316) housing which is resistant to many environmental impacts, such as sea salt, makes the antenna also suitable for use on offshore platforms.


Type of antenna
  • Top centered installed passive antenna, Ex II 2G Ex d IIB T5 (ATEX)
  • with integrated 40dB amplifier
  • Voltage U = 3 - 16 V DC, Current I typ.= 20mA
  • ATEX-Directive 94/9/EC
  • EMC-Directive 2004/108/EC
  • RoHS-Directive 2002/95/EC
  • Explosive Atmospheres EN 60079-0:2009
  • Equipment - General requirements
  • Explosive Atmospheres EN 60079-1:2007
  • Equipment protection by flameproof enclosures
Antenna connector

type-N connector

Form Factor
  • Explosion proof according to EN 60079-0: 2009
    Ex II 2G Ex d IIB T5 Gb
  • Protection according to EN60529: IP65
  • Test certificate DEKRA 12 ATEX 0209
  • Pressure Housing type TNR 292928
  • Lid: closed / without disc
  • Dimensions:
    (outside): 190 x 190 x 213 mm (W x H x D) 
    (inside): 170 x 170 x 131 mm (W x H x D)
  • Material: 316L stainless steel (V4A)
  • Surface: shot peened
Ambient temperature-20°C to +40°C
WarrantyTwo-Year Warranty
RoHS-Status of the productThis product is fully RoHS compliant
WEEE status of the productThis product is handled as a B2B category product. In order to secure a WEEE compliant waste disposal it has to be returned to the manufacturer. Any transportation expenses for returning this product (at its end of life) have to be incurred by the end user, whereas Meinberg will bear the costs for the waste disposal itself.