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June 30, 2008
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The Model SRPM (Setra room pressure monitor) is designed for pharmaceutical, hospital, semiconductor, clean rooms, research laboratories, and critical low differential pressure applications that require stringent pressure monitoring and alarming. It monitors the positive or negative pressure in protected environments and airborne infection isolation rooms per CDC guidelines. The monitor combines the company’s very low pressure sensor technology with the latest in electronics, measuring and displaying highly accurate pressure readings to 0.001 inches of water column resolution. It features a green LED to indicate normal conditions, and a red LED, audible alarm, and SPDT relay for remote annunciation to signal unsatisfactory room pressure status. An acknowledge switch is also provided to deactivate the audio and visual alarms. Additional features include selectable analog 0 to 5 vdc, 0 to 10 vdc, and 4 to 20 mA output, relay output, output and display averaging, and door status indication. The SRPM is auto-calibration capable when used with Model 869 expert system low-pressure and documenting calibrator. The monitor has a removal process head for connection to the 869 for in situ calibration.

Setra Systems Inc., 159 Swanson Rd., Boxborough, MA 01719; 800-257-3872, 978-264-0292 (fax); sales@setra.com; www.setra.com

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