Dwyer lifts its status

Dwyer lifts its status

Dwyer Instruments has released the Series RSME room status monitor.

Designed for low-differential-pressure applications that require stringent pressure monitoring and alarming, the RSME room status monitor can be configured to monitor positive or negative pressure. 

“The RSME is a complete system with a touchscreen graphical user interface that enables access to pressure, humidity, temperature, air change, security, door status, calibration, and alarm set-up,” says Dwyer. 

“The graphical display colour changes allow a clear determination of when the parameters are operating within the acceptable range (green), caution range (yellow), or have gone outside the acceptable operating range (red).” 

The RSME room status monitor comes standard with BACnet MS/TP and Modbus RTU communications. It also includes a factory calibration certificate. 

Suitable applications include hospital isolation rooms, clean rooms, laboratories, vivariums, pharmaceutical facilities, dental offices, and school nurse offices. 

Go to www.dwyer-inst.com.au

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