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Setra FLEX: A Variety of Applications


January 08, 2019

Setra FLEX Environmental Monitor helps to ensure safe and energy-efficient indoor environmental and ventilation control conditions for pressurized critical spaces. Compliance with the standards and regulations for monitoring and control of critical environments requires highly reliable yet easy to use products, and FLEX was designed with compliance of these standards in mind. FLEX is the highest performing and most flexible room monitor and controller in the industry.

Applications for FLEX2017-08-10 Pressure Calibration for Cleanrooms NO OVERLAY

  • Operating rooms
  • Isolation rooms
  • Bio-safety laboratories
  • Clean rooms
  • All other pressurized critical spaces

 

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With a capacitive display and touch screen designed with feedback from dozens of healthcare and laboratory professionals, FLEX is intuitive for the user. Even when the user is wearing medical gloves, FLEX maintains swipe functionality. Users can define which parameters appear on the display, giving them the information that matters most for monitoring their specific critical environment.

FLEX has options to customize the unit, including reducing noise alarms, saving energy, monitoring and controlling rooms remotely, and easily re-calibrating sensors. Anything that can be done on the touch-screen can also be done over the network. The device has complete access to read and write BACnet objects. This gives the user full flexibility to report on any room condition that can be monitored and override control parameters when necessary.

Instillation Flexibility

The option of on-board or external sensors provides flexibility to locate the sensor where it is most convenient for re-calibration. Optional expansion I/O is available for applications where additional hard-wired sensors are used. These features give a high degree of flexibility to the installer to get the job done quickly and on time.

Topics: Trade Show, Healthcare, HVAC/R, Critical Environments