From Monday Jan. 31 through Wednesday Feb. 2, Setra will be at AHR in Las Vegas! Come see us at booth C5712 and learn about our newest innovations for HVAC and Critical Environments!
January 25, 2022
Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, healthcare facilities have needed to rapidly expand their isolation room capacity, since the safest way to handle the virus is to quarantine it in an isolation room. As such, the Airborne Infection Isolation Room has been a key aspect of COVID-19 responses across hospitals and healthcare systems.
January 13, 2022
Setra is pleased to announce our simple and cost-effective LITE room pressure monitor just got better. With this latest version, there are now several new features and updates, increasing the functionality and usability of LITE for your specific needs.
January 06, 2022
Setra Systems will be exhibiting at the AHR Expo in Las Vegas from January 31 through February 2. In addition to our extensive HVAC and Critical Environments lines, this year Setra will be unveiling several new and exciting products. Come by and see Setra at booth C5712!
December 21, 2021
Throughout the entire HVAC field, there are a variety of applications that use differential pressure transducers. With rugged stainless-steel housing, an isolated electrode, and a stainless-steel diaphragm, Setra’s sensors can be used in several of these applications.
December 14, 2021
Converting mA to voltage is common in HVAC when working with pressure transducers. Terminology to keep in mind includes:
- 1 mA = 0.001 AMP (short for amperes)
- Amps are referred to as CURRENT
- Resistor values are in OHMS (Ω is the symbol for ohms)
- VOLTAGE is the result of passing amps through a resistor
October 21, 2021
For regulated spaces creating electronic records of environmental monitoring and other sensitive data, accuracy and security are of paramount concern. How data is handled in regulated environments like cleanrooms is crucial to both regulatory compliance and data security. Besides the damage a data breach can do to a company’s reputation, a company has a legal obligation to protect user and customer data.
October 07, 2021
Cleanrooms are one of the most strictly regulated critical environments that require continuous monitoring. The most common cleanrooms are in compounding pharmacies, medical device manufacturers, and biotechnology facilities, as they need to guarantee the safety of their products for patients. However, a variety of other applications utilize cleanrooms to ensure accuracy, such as clinical research spaces, semiconductor manufacturers, and aerospace manufacturers.
September 09, 2021
Unlike the 32-bit addresses of IPv4, IPv6 addresses are 128-bits. These longer addresses are partitioned into 16-bit bocks; then, each of these smaller blocks is turned into a 4-digit Hexadecimal number. Built into IPv6 addresses is notation identifying the application it will be used for. The first 64-bits of the address are for routing and the last 64-bits represent the interface or node.
September 02, 2021
An ISO 14644-1 classified cleanroom is a room or contained environment where it is crucial to keep particle counts low. Typically, these particles are dust, airborne microbes, aerosol particles, and chemical vapors. Beyond particle counts, cleanrooms often have controls for a number of other parameters like pressure, temperature, and humidity. Additionally, to be considered a cleanroom, the space needs High-Efficiency Particulate Air (HEPA) filters to remove particles from the air.