Welcome, Guest. Please login or register.
09-28-2020 -- 02:45:39

Login with username, password and session length

Top 10 Posters

flew-da-coup (1303)
Hawaii596 (1015)
USMCPMEL (854)
griff61 (580)
Hoopty (548)
docbyers (544)
MIRCS (535)
CalLabSolutions (521)
PMEL_DEVIL-DOG (509)
Thraxas (498)
Members
Stats
  • Total Posts: 19239
  • Total Topics: 3644
  • Online Today: 59
  • Online Ever: 242
  • (04-19-2014 -- 19:20:34)
Users Online
Users: 0
Guests: 42
Total: 42


Author Topic: Lab Barometric Pressure Recorder  (Read 337 times)

Offline briansalomon

  • 5-level
  • ***
  • Posts: 252
  • Action Taken: +4/-1
    • Email
Lab Barometric Pressure Recorder
« on: 06-11-2020 -- 22:28:23 »
Hi. I'm being asked to recommend a barometric pressure monitor for a small R&D company. They're a startup for a medical device used to monitor neural activity.

They aren't sure what accuracy but want it to simply monitor barometric pressure in one of their labs.

Having never worked on that side myself I thought to ask you guys who makes a good one and what are you using that you like.
Bring technical excellence with you when you walk in the door every day.

Offline OlDave

  • 5-level
  • ***
  • Posts: 336
  • Action Taken: +21/-0
Re: Lab Barometric Pressure Recorder
« Reply #1 on: 06-12-2020 -- 12:06:25 »
If the facility already has a building management system such as Siemens that controls and monitors the HVAC and utilities or a laboratory monitoring system like Kaye Labwatch it isnít too difficult to connect a Vaisala barometric transducer to the system.

I had a Vaisala PTB220 connected to a Kaye Labwatch system at a previous employer to monitor and record the barometric pressure. I could log into Labwatch and look at trend data and compare that to other events captured by Labwatch to see if there was a relationship. It was especially interesting to look at the pressure drop during one of the major blizzards that came through one winter.

I ordered the PTB220 with the external display option so I could just look at it in the lab and get the barometric pressure without having to log into Labwatch.

 

DISCLAIMER:  This site is not an official US Air Force site, it is intended for private use only.  It is not endorsed, in any way, by the US Air Force, the DoD, or any other governmental agency.  Additionally, all information found within this site is just that, it is NOT meant to be used in place of authorized publications.


All logos and trademarks in this site are property of their respective owner.

All forum content is the property of the respective poster, all the rest © 2004-2017 by PMEL Forum.