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Microsoft HoloLens 2 Industrial Edition Opens for Orders

Customers can now take delivery of the HoloLens 2 Industrial Edition with a two-year warranty and Rapid Replacement Program.


Back in February, Microsoft announced Industrial Edition. As the name suggests, this is a version of the AR headset that is designed specifically for regulated work environments. At the time, said the new HoloLens 2 would launch in the spring, with pre-orders open since the announcement.

That “spring” launch window was vague, but Microsoft has indeed kept its promise. In a blog post, the company says the HoloLens 2 Industrial Edition is now available for full order by customers.

Because the Industrial Edition meets industry standards, it can work in a range of work conditions. Importantly for industry, HoloLens 2 Industrial Edition is clean room capable and has ISO 14644-1 Class 5-8 rating. Furthermore, it is certified for Intrinsic safety (UL Class I, Division 2).

According to the company, HoloLens 2 can bring the following benefits to industry customers:

  • “Provide workers with access to remote experts any time they need it.
  • Complete tasks faster and more accurately than ever before with interactive 3D guides.
  • Train and onboard new employees faster with a “learning by doing” approach.”


Earlier this month, Microsoft revealed HoloLens 2 Industrial Edition has also been certified for use in restricted areas. This means the device can be used in more demanding environment, such as within the pharmaceutical industry.

Microsoft includes a two-year warranty with the new HoloLens 2 variant. Furthermore, the company adds a Rapid Replacement Program to the warranty. That means customers can quickly replace faulty with expediated shipping.

Microsoft recently extended a controversial collaboration for the U.S. military to use HoloLens 2 Industrial Edition, totaling $21 billion over 10 years. HoloLens will be used to train soldiers and eventually lead to deaths. That training comes from HoloLens' Visual Augmentation System (IVAS).

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Luke Jones
Luke Jones
Luke has been writing about all things tech for more than five years. He is following Microsoft closely to bring you the latest news about Windows, Office, Azure, Skype, HoloLens and all the rest of their products.

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