Room Pressure Monitoring
Maintain safe environments with OneVue Sense™ Differential Pressure Sensors
Whether for an isolation room, surgical suite, or compounding room, the ability to monitor air pressure in these settings can play a vital part in a safe or positive outcome. OneVue Sense Differential Pressure Sensors make for reliable monitoring of air pressure differentials. Requiring a miniscule amount of airflow to detect any pressure change, these easy-to-install sensors are ideal for negative pressure rooms, AIIRs, construction zones, and other critical environments.
The OneVue Sense Differential Pressure Sensors exhibit readings on the display and wirelessly send measurements to the anywhere-, anytime-accessible OneVue® software platform. Within this web-based software, users can set customizable pressure thresholds and choose to receive real-time alerts for any out-of-range measurement, giving users notice that corrective action is necessary. OneVue also logs historical data and has on-demand report generation capability, making for easy regulatory compliance.
Help ensure a safe or sterile environment by receiving real-time alerts via text message, phone call, or email, as well as visual and audible alerts for out-of-range pressure conditions.
Minimally invasive installation takes approximately 30 minutes and requires no special tools.
Power Source Options
Choose between a battery-powered sensor that uses a standard AC plug, or take advantage of existing cable runs and use the Power over Ethernet sensor.
OneVue Sense Differential Pressure Sensor
Highly accurate sensor continuously monitors airflow and documents differential pressure measurements down to one-thousandths of an inch H2O.
In March 2020, staff at one New York City hospital quickly needed additional negative pressure rooms amid the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic. To help monitor negative pressure in 100 newly created isolation rooms, hospital leaders chose to utilize Primex OneVue Sense Differential Pressure Sensors. The continuously monitoring sensors gave staff members peace of mind and prevented a widespread infection event at the hospital.