We promised you more, and we’ve delivered. For 2024, the Rooster airflow monitor has new features for improved airflow safety and better fume hood performance.
The Rooster Monitor100’s closed-loop control system allows users to maintain a face velocity setpoint. The analog output control signal indicates velocity, and EH&S managers can now choose from a linear scaled output, or PI (proportional and integral) control, to regulate a fan or damper. Adjustments are automatic, and the system is resilient to disruptions.
The intent of a new purge mode is to temporarily increase airflow to evacuate air from a ventilated enclosure in the event of a spill or emergency condition. Initiating the purge sequence sets the Monitor100’s analog output to its highest level. With purge, a user may fully open a valve, or set a fan to maximum speed, to override the normal airflow setpoint.
Further, users may set a calibration due date for the Monitor100 and enter Certifier information for the fume hood. A custom startup image can also be uploaded to the Rooster airflow monitor to establish your company’s identity.
Upgrade your fume hoods with the Rooster Monitor100 and provide a more robust barrier between hazardous fumes or vapors and laboratory personnel.