FLEXIBLE SUBMARINE ATMOSPHERE MONITOR
Operating in a Hyperbaric or Hypobaric environment can be stressful enough, but how do you make sure that the environment is safe to breathe?
- Illuminated display providing an easy to read screen
- Can connect to 3 REM units allowing for a greater degree of flexibility
- Audio and visual alarms ensuring you are notified of a potential issue
Industries who use the Sub MkIIIF to monitor hyperbaric atmospheres
The Analox Sub Mk IIIF is a hyperbaric atmosphere monitoring system capable of measuring oxygen (O2), carbon dioxide (CO2), pressure (depth) temperature and relative humidity.
It is ideal for use in hyperbaric chambers for HBOT or diving and for monitoring the atmosphere in Submarine Rescue Vehicles (SRV’s).
HBOT (Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy)
Dry Deck Shelter (DDS)
Submarine rescue vehicles, Submarine escape and rescue
Decompression chambers, Deployment of special forces
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CO2 monitoring & O2 monitoring with the Sub MKIIIF
The Sub MkIIIF provides vital gas readings of oxygen (O2), carbon dioxide (CO2), temperature, humidity and pressure allowing it to be used in both hyperbaric and hypobaric situations. The system consists of a central display unit and can be connected to a maximum of 3 remote sensors (REMs).
- REM 1 measures oxygen (O2), carbon dioxide (CO2), and pressure
- REM 2 measures temperature and humidity
A large graphic display on the operator console shows the value of each measured parameter, its units of measurement and alarm set points. Two audio/visual alarm channels are available for each measured parameter. The REM’s provide local, in chamber displays of the monitored parameters and repeat the audio visual alarm status.
The Sub Mk IIIF is powered from a 9 to 24vDC supply, however an option to power from a mains AC is available. The operator console is designed to provide power to the REM’s. 5 cores through a penetrator would be required to enable this (2 power, 3 comm’s). Alternatively the REM’s could be powered locally. In its standard mode of operation the Sub Mk IIIF monitors the atmosphere via diffusion. This removes the need for pumps and their associated maintenance.