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Ambulatory Negative Pressure Sensor

Ambulatory Negative Pressure Sensor

Pressure Sensors used in Ambulatory Room Monitoring

In ambulatory room monitoring, the primary sensing instrument is a low- ranged differential pressure sensor. In these applications, the ventilation system is focused on creating a negative pressure environment by taking the air breathed out from the mouth of a patient and porting it through a system filter that scrubs the air and then releases it back into the cabin. The exchanging efficiency must be high to minimize the influence of first responders moving within the cabin. The sensor accuracy, high resolution, and low noise is necessary in these applications.

Ambulatory Negative Pressure Sensor

Sensor Functions & Design Criteria

-Low Differential Pressures ~10 to -38Pa
-Wall Mounted Sensors with Integrated Ports
-Integrated Zero and Full Scale Potentiometers
-Terminal Block Screw Terminals for Electrical Connections

Differential Pressure Sensor , Wall Mounted
Differential Pressure Sensor , Integrated Display with Alarms

-Low Differential Pressures ~10 to -38Pa
-High Resolution TFT Display
-Auto Zero Calibration Upon Power Reset
-Relay Output, Alarm Pressure Setpoints
-WIFI Configurable for Remote Monitoring

Compatible Sensor for Ambulatory Room Monitoring


CP110 Series

MSX 7301DI

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