The SRIM2 is Setra’s highest performance non-BACnet product measuring low differential pressure in critical applications. The SRIM2, built on the foundation of the SRIM1, is an ideal solution for anyone who requires cost-effective local monitoring and alarming of multiple parameters, but does not require BACnet protocol. The SRIM2 has a 3-color backlit display, for easy menu navigation and visual/audible alarm setup for pressure, temperature, humidity and door input. The SRIM2 has field selectable output, as well as the ability to switch between pressure and velocity sensing modes, providing the ultimate all-in-one room pressure monitor.
Why Use Anything But the Best? – In the most critical of environments where contamination can result in financial loss and even the loss of life, it is no secret why Setra differential pressure sensors are the most trusted in the industry. Setra’s capacitive stainless steel design offers the most stable very low differential pressure sensor for building automation systems.
Alarm Everything That You Monitor – The SRIM2 provides audible and visual alarming for pressure, temperature and humidity to give you piece of mind in your critical environment. High and low alarm set-points for each parameter are easily configurable through a four-button membrane keypad. A digital input is also provided to show door status.
Three Color Easy-to-See Status Screen – The SRIM2’s three-color backlit screen allows the end user to easily view the status of the monitored space with green (normal), yellow (warning) and red (alarm) status screens. Alarms can be configured to be delayed to ensure that each SRIM2 is configured to the specific needs of the end user.
Save Time and Money on Calibration – With requirements in place to calibrate pressure sensors anywhere from 1-3 times annually, the Setra SRIM2 offers a solution to help you save on calibration time. The SRIM2 allows the end user to remove the sensor without detaching any wiring or plumbing, attach to the Setra calibration fixture and complete the calibration in minutes.