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Monitoring a Critical Space from an Environmental Monitor


July 24, 2019

Monitoring critical environments - such as cleanrooms, operating rooms, and compounding pharmacies - is paramount to maintain safety and remain compliant with regulatory standards. In these critical spaces, it is often required to monitor multiple environmental parameters.

Common examples of potential telemetry points include:

  • Differential pressure
  • Relative humidity
  • Temperature
  • Particulate count
  • Air velocity
  • Door status
  • Light levels
  • Carbon dioxide (CO2)
  • Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC)

With the potential for monitoring so many parameters, it's important to aggregate the data into one place. A singular location for the data reduces the risk of data being overlooked.

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Setra has the answer

Room pressure monitors are perhaps the best solution for monitoring multiple parameters from a single point. The Setra FLEX can monitor up to 18 parameters on one device simplifying use and reducing construction during installation. The FLEX is fully BACnet compatible, allowing for seamless integration into building management systems.

Topics: Room Pressure Monitoring, Critical Environments