Reliable Measurement in Clean Rooms with Precise New Panel
Oct 29 2015
The new Clean Room Panel, from Rotronic (Switzerland), is fitted with a diaphragm sensor and validated according to GMP directives. Its well thought-out design makes the CRP5 perfect for applications in laboratories and clean rooms.
The CRP5 clean-room panel is the obvious choice wherever a high degree of cleanliness is vital, in addition to precise measurement of differential pressure, humidity, and temperature. Optical buttons, and the magnet-mounted, removable HC2-CRP humidity and temperature probe permit efficient and effective cleaning.
Up to 6 measurement values and messages can be displayed via its graphical color display. The colors of the display can be adjusted individually. Alarms, such as faults, exceeded limit values, or warnings are highlighted on the CRP5 display, and can also be forwarded digitally via MODBUS, Ethernet, or relays. Thanks to its analogue and digital communication capabilities, the CRP5 is very easy to integrate in any monitoring system.
The CRP5 is used particularly in clean-rooms in hospitals, in the pharmaceutical, electronics, and foodstuffs industries, and wherever small variances in pressure are monitored. The very comprehensive functional capabilities of the CRP5 provide solutions for many measurement and control tasks.
Features at a glance: Measures differential pressure, humidity and temperature, designed specifically for clean rooms, removable humidity and temperature probes for simpler adjustment and cleaning, FDA- and GAMP-compatible, digital communication via Ethernet RJ45 and/or MODBUS TCP/RTU, analogue input and output signals freely configurable, glass front panel highly resistant to chemicals, and optical operating elements for operation with protective gloves.
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