Room Pressure Monitors for isolation rooms provide real-time monitoring to ensure that isolation room is in a negative pressure state and in compliance with safety regulations. Guarantee that staff and other hospital occupants are not at risk to what is contained within isolation.
What to Consider:
- Does the facility have a BAS? (Building Automation System)
- What is the required communication protocol? (BACnet, LON, analog, etc.)
- Does the job require audible/visible alarms? Local and/or remote?
- How many primary rooms need to monitored? Are there any secondary rooms?
- What parameters other than pressure need to be monitored? Do they need alarms?
- Is this a building upgrade or new construction? Are there existing sensors in place?
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