How to Monitor Multiple Critical Spaces from One Location
The "central command station" of each floor in a hospital, such as a central nurses' station, plays a critical role in monitoring room conditions for the proper operation of operating room (OR) suites, isolation wards, and other critical spaces. Ideally, monitoring these spaces includes a centralized device located in the nurses' station that clearly shows the status of rooms on the floor. This device communicates with each room's existing room condition monitor (SRPM or SRCM) and relay data back to a central location where nurses are able to ensure that each room's conditions are within the appropriate parameters.
Setra Multi-Room Monitoring Station (MRMS)
This device can monitor up to 8 critical spaces that are equipped with Setra's BACnet enabled SRPM or SRCM.
Q: What type of room condition data can the MRMS display?
A: Pressure, humidity, temperature & one other user defined parameter.
Q: How does the MRMS communicate with the SRPM and SRCM?
A: Through BACnet MS/TP Protocol.
Q: How do I connect other devices to the MRMS?
A: Setra’s SRPM and SRCM can be seen by the MRMS through the AutoDiscover feature and will provide BACnet information on room conditions.
Q: What happens if the conditions of a room goes outside of the set parameters?
A: The MRMS has audible and visual alarms that alert you of an issue.
Q: My nurse's station has limited space for new devices. How big is the MRMS?
A: We understand the importance of other monitoring equipment, which is why the MRMS is only 7.5" x 6", significantly smaller than other similar devices, and flush mounted for easy cleaning.
Q: Do I need any special equipment to interact with the MRMS?
A: No. The MRMS is equipped with an elegant color touch screen to simplify the user interface.
Q: Is the MRMS compliant with industry regulations?
A: Yes. The MRMS is CE and CSA compliant.
Troubleshooting the MRMS with the SRPM, SRCM
Q. My units are not commnunicating with each other, why?
A: Be sure all baud rates are the same, power cycle the units.
Q. All my spaces are discovered but not showing up on the screen, why?
A: After the units are discovered, you need to assign a screen location on the display for the room: Q. My room is gray on the display of the MRMS?
A: This means your room monitor is in NO ISOLATION mode (SRPM) or STANDBY (SRCM).