Medical Gas Combination Alarm
A medical gas combination alarm is a device that is used to monitor both the levels and flow of medical gases in a hospital or other healthcare setting. This type of alarm is typically installed in a central location, such as a nurses’ station or hospital control room, and is designed to alert healthcare staff to any potential problems or issues with the medical gas supply. In addition to monitoring the levels and flow of medical gases, a combination alarm may also include other features, such as alarms for low oxygen levels or high carbon dioxide levels. This type of alarm is an important part of the overall medical gas system and helps to ensure that patients have access to the gases they need for treatment.
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Features of Area Alarm Systems:
The Tri-Tech medical gas alarm panel digitally displays gas pressure and monitors and displays normal and alarm conditions for up to 16 medical gases. Transducers are included and may be mounted in the alarm back box or remotely.
Features of Master Alarm Systems:
The Tri-Tech Master Alarm Panel monitors and displays normal and alarm conditions from up to 128 remote medical gas source signals. Pressure switches and DISS union check valve connectors are sold separately.