Express Monitoring System



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Express Monitoring System

Real-Time Monitoring out of the Box
The EMS (Express Monitoring) System is a quick, easy, low-cost solution to monitor your critical environments and at the same time achieve compliance with your industry guidelines.

Designed to be a preconfigured, easily installed system by the customer inside of their cleanroom or environment for a continuous Environmental Monitoring System. This simple and easy-to-use solution allows you to install and set up with ease. Installation manuals will be supplied to support the installation and setup process.


EMS Features
The EMS System monitors critical environmental and process parameters such as temperature, humidity, differential pressure, particle counts, carbon dioxide and many other environmental parameters.

Features include:

  • Real-time monitoring out of the box
  • 21 CFR Part 11 compliant software
  • Pre-configured system
  • Real-time & historical data analysis
  • Alarm notification: e-mail/alarm lights
  • Self-executable IQ/OQ documents
  • SOP's included as part of the package
  • NIST traceable calibration
  • Installation manuals
  • All sensors come with a 2-year warranty



Capability to Monitor Other Environmental Parameters
With the Express Monitoring System, you will be able to monitor multiple environmental parameters. All of this data can be integrated into your Express Monitoring System. This will allow you to have all of your data centrally located, as well as to set up alarms based upon these environmental parameters. The environmental parameters you will be able to monitor will include the following:

  • Particle Counts
  • Temp/RH
  • Differential Pressure
  • Air Velocity
  • Door Status
  • CO2 Levels
  • Viable Particles
  • O2 Levels


Offered System Components 

 Particle Counters  

Temperature Sensors

Differential Pressure Sensors 

 Temperature and Relative

Humidity Sensors

Air Velocity Sensors     

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