Amron 8206-D Low Air Pressure Alarm System – Trip Point 22.5 to 112 PSI.
Amron International’s Model 8206-D Low Air Pressure Alarm System – Series D 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-D Pressure Alarm System Low Pressure – Series D 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.
- 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.
|(X) Range Code||Trip Point Ranges||Approx. Actuation Value||Maximum Pressure (PSI)||Alarm Set Pressure (PSI)|
|A||2.5||12.8||.5 – 2.2||1000||TBD by Customer|
|B||5||31||1.0-4.0||1000||TBD by Customer|
|C||8.5||44||1.5-6.0||1000||TBD by Customer|
|F||110||440||20- 60||1000||TBD by Customer|
|G||190||450||60- 150||4500*||TBD by Customer|
|H||360||1450||70- 250||4500*||TBD by Customer|
|I||1450||3900||200- 500||4500*||TBD by Customer|
|J**||3650||6700||350- 800||12000||TBD by Customer|
|K (Vacuum)||1 in. HG||28 in. HG||1-6 in. HG||30||TBD by Customer|
* Max. Pressures to 7000 psi Remote Versions only.
** Available in Remote Version only.
‡ Standard range in stock – “D” – Factory set trip point 100 psi
TBD : To Be Determined by Customer.
Note : Trip points are field adjustable.
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.
Low Pressure Alarm installed on the Air Control Manifold.
Low Pressure Alarm installed on the Volume Tank.
Low Pressure Alarm installed on the LP Inlet on the Air Control.