Lab Grade Air Flow Monitoing System with High/Low Alarm Status Indication for Biosafety Cabinets/Laminar Flow Hoods.
Model 'Air Flow Monitor' Product Information.
- Low range version: 50 to 500 FPM.
- High range version: 500 to 2500 FPM.
- Audible and visual alert status indication.
- Audible alarm mute with ring back so no alarm is forgotten.
- Easy probe, power and relay output connections.
- SPDT for remote alert status alarm output.
- Optional wall mounting bracket.
Hampshire Controls' "Air Flow Monitor" is a single probe instrument used for continuous monitoring of mass air flow levels within laboratory biosafety cabinet/laminar flow hoods. The unit also includes audible and visual alarm status indication of high and low flow levels and an (SPDT) output for alarm status indication.
For monitoring air flow, a single, 5/16" diameter probe is used. Once it is inserted into the flow stream properly (see video below), it will respond rapidly, accurately and repeatably. After probe positioning, you only need to set the flow value to "just above" the acceptable desired audible/visual alert status indication threshold. Then your all set.
Should air flow rates change based on your
established alert condition set point level, a yellow
indicator light will illuminate. In addition, if flow rate
drops below established set-point value for approximately 10
seconds, a red status indicator light will begin to flash and
an audible alarm will sound.
Nominal flow range for standard configurations is either
between 50 and 500 feet/minute (low-range version), or between
500-2500 feet/minute (for high-range versions). Standard units
are designed for operation in air temperatures between 18°C
and 28°C. However, other temperature and flow ranges are
available upon request.
Above video: Setting up and using the Model "Air Flow Monitor" (8-minutes).
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