Schneider - Model iCM-LabSystem - Complete Lab Control System
The complete laboratory control system is characterized by its independent operation and consists of the following systems: Fume hood controller iCM-F: Microprocessor-controlled system for controlling and monitoring the exhaust air volume flow or inflow flow velocity of fume hoods, depending on the sash and slide window opening. Room pressure controller iCM-RP: Microprocessor-controlled system for controlling and monitoring the freely programmable constant room pressure. The room pressure controller iCM-RP may control the negative or positive room pressure and is delivered completely in a wall housing and with static differential pressure transmitter ± 50 Pa. The required damper DK must be ordered separately, at which the size is depending on the maximum air volume to be controlled.
Duct pressure controller iCM-DP: Microprocessor-controlled system for controlling and monitoring the freely programmable constant duct pressure. Alternatively the constant duct pressure can be achieved through the control of a motorized Bleed damper (bypass damper) or the frequency inverter of the fan. The duct pressure controller iCM-DP regulates self-sufficient the required freely programmable duct underpressure (extract air) or duct overpressure (supply air) and is delivered completely in the extension housing with integrated static differential pressure transmitter 800 Pa.
- Energy efficient laboratory operation
- Exhaust air volumes reduced by 85% when sash is closed
- Room supply air reduced by 85% when sash is closed
- Diversity factor of up to 60%, i.e. for the supply and smaller duct sizes and smaller fans with low power
- Safe operation
- Freely programmable
- Clear status display with visual and audible alarm
- Optional network with BACnet, LON or Modbus