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Amron International Model 8206 Low Air Pressure Alarm System - Trip Point 190 to 450 PSI

SKU: 8206-G Rate this product

$463.00

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Overview

Please contact your Amron Sales Representative for availability and pricing on the Remote Low Air Pressure Sensing Switch verision of these Alarms. 

Specifications

  • Power: 9 volt Alkaline Battery
  • Approx Battery Life: 40 hours
  • Male #4 JIC Input Connection
  • Housing: Die cast aluminum, epoxy powder coated with black silk screened graphics
  • Dimensions: 7.4 in. H x 4.7 in. W x 2.2 in. D
  • Weight:
    • 8206: 2 lbs. 8 oz.
Order Information
(X) Range Code Trip Point Ranges Approx. Actuation Value Maximum Pressure (PSI)
  Min/psi Max/psi
A 2.5 12.8 .5 - 2.2 1000
B 5 31 1.0-4.0 1000
C 8.5 44 1.5-6.0 1000
D ‡ 22.5 112 2.5-13 1000
E 70.0 220 10- 30 1000
F 110 440 20- 60 1000
G 190 450 60- 150 4500*
H 360 1450 70- 250 4500*
I 1450 3900 200- 500 4500*
J** 3650 6700 350- 800 12000
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K 1 in. HG 28 in. HG 1-6 in. HG 30

* Max. Pressures to 7000 psi Remote Versions only.
** Available in Remote Version only.
‡ Standard range in stock - “D” - Factory set trip point 100 psi

Note: Trip points are field adjustable

2 or 3 Year Extended Warranties are available for this product. Please refer to the Attachments tab for further information on the program and the Accessories tab to purchase them.

Description

Amron International's Model 8206-G Low Air Pressure Alarm System - Series G is designed for monitoring the output of an air compressor or air storage bank and alerts the tender or dive supervisor of a decrease in air pressure to the commercial diver. The Model 8206-G Pressure Alarm System Low Pressure - Series G is a self contained modular unit, which when connected to an air pressure source, will sound an alarm when the air pressure decreases below the set point.

Both a visual and audio indication is provided. A two-color LED on the front panel indicates green when the air pressure is "normal" or above the set point, and changes to red when the air pressure drops below the pre-set pressure level. At the point at which the air pressure drops below the set point, an audio alarm with a pulsing tone of 2900 HZ, at a level of 90 dB (A) @ 2' is also activated.

The Model 8206-G Pressure Alarm System Low Pressure - Series G is for air pressure alarm applications and is suitable for maximum systems service pressures of up to 4500 psi.

2 or 3 Year Extended Warranties are available for this product. Please refer to the Attachments tab for further information on the program and the Accessories tab to purchase them.

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  • How do I change the set point on my Low Pressure Alarm Monitor?

    To adjust the unit to a different set point pressure, remove the cover of the unit and locate the pressure switch. To change the set point, turn the adjustment sleeve clockwise to increase the set point. Turn counterclockwise to decrease the set point. Cycle the pressure and check the set point several times to verify correctness and accuracy of the set point.

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  • How is the Amron Low Pressure Alarm Monitor powered?

    Power for the Low Pressure Alarm Monitor is provided by a 9-volt battery located in the battery drawer on the right hand side of the unit. Release and remove the drawer to replace the battery.

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  • How do I connect the Low Pressure Alarm Monitor to my air system?

    Pressure is sensed via the ¼” JIC male connector located on the left-hand side of the unit. Note: This is a dead end system, with no air being consumed or used by the Low Pressure Alarm Monitor.

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  • What is the most common range used for commercial diving operations?

    The 8206-D is by far the most popular version sold. The trip point range is ideal for commercial diving operations. Amron’s Pressure Alarm Monitor is designed for monitoring the output pressure of a compressor or air storage bank and alert the operator of a decrease in air pressure. Example: If the output pressure on your compressor is set at 180 psi and the pressure were to drop below the set point on the 8206-D let say 100 psi then the alarm would sound and the LED light would turn red warning the operator of the loss of pressure.

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  • How often will I have to change the 9-volt battery?

    The 9-volt battery has enough power to operate the audio alarm for approximately 40 hours. The less the audio alarm is activated the longer the battery will last. On average you should change your battery every 30 days.

    The 9-volt battery has enough power to operate the audio alarm for approximately 40 hours. The less the audio alarm is activated the longer the battery will last. On average you should change your battery every 30 days
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  • Can the 8206 Pressure Alarm Monitor be used with Helium?

    Yes.

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