- Real time hyperbaric monitoring of O2, CO2, Depth, Temperature and Relative Humidity
- Real time analog and digital data output capabilities for logging or displaying on an external system
- Each REM sensor displays real time data of monitored parameters inside the chamber as well as on the outside monitor
- Minimizes downtime with user replaceable O2, CO2, temperature and humidity sensors
- Two audio/visual alarm channels available for each measured parameter
Analox Sub MKIIIF Includes
- Analox Sub MkIIIF Operator Console
- Analox SubMkIIIF REM1 Remote Sensor Unit measuring O2, CO2 and Depth/Pressure
- Gas sensor calibration adapters and tubing
- User Manual and Test Certificate
Any Additional Equipment Ordered Including
- Optional Analox Sub MkIIIF REM2 Remote Sensor Unit measuring Temperature and Humidity
- Optional External Temperature Sensor (REM2T) to work with REM2
- Optional Analox SubMkIIIF REM3 Oxygen Injection Controller Unit
- Optional cables and/or connectors to connect Operator Console to REM1 and optional REM2/REM3 units
- Depth/Pressure Sensor Range: 10 bar or 60 bar (145 PSI to 870 PSI absolute)
- Humidity Sensor Range: 1 ea., 5-100% RH
- Temperature Range: 5° - 40° C (32° - 104° F)
- CO2 Sensor Range: 0.00 TO 20.00 mbar PCO2 (US version)
- O2 Sensor Range: 0-100% (10 bar/100 MSW/145 PSI Only) (US version) 0-3000 mbar PO2
- Power Supply: 24 VDC (See Accessories for optional Mains Power Adapters)
- Outputs: RS232 (analog and digital available)
- Alarms: 2 per channel
- Relays: 8 relays with changeover contacts
- Panel Unit Dimensions: 5.25 in. H x 9.5 in. W. 4 in. D (134 mm x 240 mm x 102 mm)
- Sensor Arrangement: Multiple configurations available, Up to 3 Remote Sensor Units (REM) may be used
The Analox Sub MKIIIF is a hyperbaric atmosphere monitoring system. It is ideal for use in hyperbaric chambers, HBOT or use in diving and monitoring the atmosphere in Submarine Rescue Vehicles (SRV’s). The Sub MKIIIF can also be configured as an oxygen controller. The oxygen controller would typically be used to maintain the chamber oxygen concentration or the oxygen concentration delivered from a BIBS system in an SRV.
The MkIIIF models are designed specifically for clinical chamber applications. New user friendly features include:
- User replaceable sensors within REM units
- Real time date output and display
- New monitor uses half the panel volume of MKII units
The analyzer consists of an external panel mount main unit fitting into a panel cut out and two sensor modules. It is designed to provide the operator with all the needed accurate and reliable information about the atmosphere in the hyperbaric chamber within one space saving display. The standard sensor unit can withstand pressures up to 10 bar absolute and specialty monitors can be supplied up to 60 bar absolute.
The sensor modules contain the following sensors:
- Analox Sub MkIIIF REM1 contains oxygen, carbon dioxide and depth sensors (oxygen and carbon dioxide sensors are user replaceable)
- Analox Sub MkIIF REM2 contains temperature and humidity sensors (both user replaceable)
The REM1 can be placed inside the pressure environment while the REM2 must always be in the measured environment. If the REM1 is placed inside, the sensors operate by diffusion and no sampling system is required. Both sensor modules are supplied with power from the panel mounted main unit and the sensor signals are transmitted back via an RS485 serial communication link. A 4-core penetrator is required irrespective of how many sensor modules are placed in the pressure environment. The monitor is equipped with 5 membrane switches allowing the unit to be auto zeroed, calibrated, muted and have its alarm values changed. A serial data port exists for real time logging or display on an external system.
Brand Analox Video
Can the Sub-MKIIIF be used in two different locks within a hyperbaric chamber?
Essentially a SubMkIIIF can take up to3 REMs (e.g. 2 x REM1 and 1 x REM2) but no more.
If one of the locks does not require Temperature and Humidity (REM2) then you would be able to use one SubMkIIIF for two locks.
Can I change the O2 and CO2 sensors in my Sub-MkIIIF?
Yes, but please consult your Amron representative for the correct part number to your exact unit.