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New OmniGuard 6 Differential Pressure Monitor - On Sale Now!

New OmniGuard 6 Differential Pressure Monitor - On Sale Now!


Regular price $1,895.00 USD
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Introducing the new OmniGuard 6, the gold standard of differential pressure monitoring and recording. Replacing the OmniGuard 5 Differential Pressure Monitor and OmniGuard 4, the OmniGuard 6 Differential Pressure Monitor offers improved features. Encased in a robust, longer-lasting shell, and featuring an improved printer, this device is versatile and user-friendly. What sets the OmniGuard 6 apart is its exceptional software, empowering you to capture and store an extensive array of precise pressure readings at regular intervals. With just a glance at the screen or a simple transfer to a USB flash drive, you can effortlessly delve into the comprehensive history log, which encompasses alarm records and setting modifications. But that's not all—the new OmniGuard 6 also boasts enhanced WiFi capabilities, ensuring stronger signals, an extended range, and fortified security measures. 

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Operating Pressure Range: +/- 0.250 inches Water Column (+/- 6.35 mm WC, +/- 62. Pascals)

Accuracy: +/- 0.003 inches Water Column or +/- 1% of reading whichever is greater

Resolution: 0.001 inches Water Column (+/- 0.05 mm WC, +/- 0.5 Pascals)

Burst Pressure: 3 psi (20 kPa) on either inlet nozzle

Pressure Units: "WC (inches Water Column), mm WC (millimeters Water Column) or Pa (Pascals)

Data (Log) Storage: 4 MB non-volatile memory

Display: 4.3" Color Touchscreen LCD (480 x 272 pixels)

Internal Clock: Powered by a self-charging lithium-ion battery (provides clock operation when AC power is not present)

Printer: 20-character wide thermal printer (uses 2.25" wide thermal printer paper)

Pressure Reading Log Rates (Log Rate): Normal Operation – Highest and lowest pressure readings logged & printed at intervals of 5, 15, 30 minutes or OFF

Alarm Condition – Highest and lowest pressure readings logged & printed at intervals of 15, 30, 60 or 120 seconds for first 10 minutes of alarm condition, increasing to 15-minute intervals thereafter

Alarms: (2) programmable alarm settings, 95db audible alarm and red-bordered on-screen warning indication alarm condition

Cellular Service: Cellular modem can email status changes up to four times per hour and the jog log of the last 24 hours once a day. First two years are free (provided by Verizon).

WiFi: Receive email status changes up to four times per hour and the jog log of the last 24 hours once a day. Supports 802.11b/g/n with WEP, WPA or WPA2.

Pressure Inlet Nozzles: (2) 3/16" OD barbed hose connectors, 10 ft of pressure hose provided

USB Ports: (1) USB V1.1 Type-A, (1) USB V1.1 Type-B

AC Power: 80-240 VAC 50-60Hz 10W (with 6 ft power cord)

Battery Power: Internal rechargeable 3.7 Volt Li-ion type battery provides 4-6 hours of portable operation, recharges in 4 hours when AC power is available.

Operating Temperature Range: 32°F to 104°F (0°C to 40°C)

Case: Copolymer polypropylene (shell and handle), Polycarbonate (window), Stainless-steel (hanging hook)

Dimensions: 9.25" x 7.5" x 4.5"

Shipping Weight: 8 lbs.

Warranty: One Year Limited Warranty

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  • Key Features

    • Digital Manometer for real-time monitoring of differential pressure
    • Wide Operating Range with very tight accuracy (+/- 0.003 in. WC or +/- 1% accuracy)
    • Ultra-tough case with clear viewing window
    • 4.3″ color touch screen display for easy operation
    • 95 decibel audible alarm notifies workers and bystanders when containment is lost
    • 4 MB of internal storage for logging up to six months of data
    • Built-in thermal printer means no ink ribbons or expensive replacement cartridges
    • Dual USB ports enable easy set-up and data transfer options
    • Built-in cellular modem and WiFi gives you 24/7 remote monitoring of the job site

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Additional Features

  • Rugged self-contained unit includes: (1) AC power cord, (1) owner’s manual, 10 ft. clear plastic tubing, (1) spare paper roll
  • Pressure units include in-WC (inches of water column), mm-WC (millimeters of water column) or Pascals
  • Programmable high and low alarm settings
  • On-Display Help with multiple reports available at the touch of a button
  • English, French and Spanish language options
  • Transfer specific job log data to any compatible computer or flash drive device using USB ports (Type-A and Type-B)
  • Adjustable print and log intervals to conserve paper, memory and power
  • Optional passcode for tamper-proof operation
  • Two years of free cellular service* included with purchase
  • OPTIONAL: International power supply available.

*Cellular service provided by Verizon, only available in the US in areas with Verizon coverage

  • Why do I need an OmniGuard 6 Differential Pressure Monitor (Manometer)?

    The OmniGuard 6 manometer precisely monitors the pressure differential between a containment zone and the outside area and sounds an alert if a breach is detected. The negative pressure required by code is typically no more than 0.020” WC (or 0.02 inches of water column); the OmniGuard 6 is designed to detect fine measurements and keep you in compliance. Easy to set up, with simple push-button calibration, the OmniGuard 6 makes keeping people safe a breeze.

  • When and where should I use the OmniGuard 6?

    A pressure monitor is essential to ensure the integrity of a critical containment space. Ideal for asbestos, lead, and mold abatement, the OmniGuard 6 is also used in clean rooms and healthcare facilities working to prevent the spread of infectious disease. These environments are inherently dangerous because of airborne pollutants and/or pathogens and demand safe practices by workers, their managers and anyone who may be exposed to potentially harmful material. Pressure monitors are regularly deployed in abatement, restoration & construction projects, industrial applications, healthcare facilities and used by first responders or anyone involved in epidemic response.

How Does a Manometer Work?

A manometer measures the pressure differential between 2 columns of liquid (usually water or mercury) that are contained within a single u-shaped tube. Each side of the tube measures the pressure within a specific area (ie. a containment zone vs. the outside). By comparing the pressures of each side, a manometer immediately indicates when the difference between those two pressures drops too low – a clear marker that a containment breach has occurred.