|RiteDrill’s Panel Mount Cabin Pressure Monitor
Cabin Pressure Monitors provide a visual display to operators letting them know when positive air pressure in the cabin is too low or too high. Low pressure in the cabin can result in dust and other harmful materials entering. High pressure can result in fatigue and headaches. The cabin pressure monitor has been engineered for simple installation and operation.
The monitor measures cabin pressure and compares it with the atmospheric pressure. When the pressure in the cabin drops to a level that is not high enough to prevent dust and other materials entering, the display turns orange to alert the operator. Continued working in low or high cabin pressure, will result in the monitor displaying red warnings and the external outputs are triggered.
Three outputs are provided as follows:
Orange: Open collector, switches to ground after continued working in a low or high pressure cabin. This output is internally fused to 200mA with a self resetting fuse.
Blue: Voltage output; configurable via the menu to be normally-high (9V) or normally-low (0V). The output will switch after continued working in a low pressure cabin.
White: Analogue voltage representing pressure. Voltage scaling can be changed via the menu. The pressure measurement units and thresholds, can be configured via a touch-screen. The touch-screen must be accessed within 10 seconds of power being applied, after which it is disabled. The touch-screen also allows other features such as screen brightness, password and outputs to be configured.
A precision sensor allows pressure to measured to a resolution of 0.1mm H20. Measured pressure is temperature compensated, to allow operation over a wide range of temperatures.
An extremely high sensor burst pressure of 5000Pa means that door slams will not affect the sensor.
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