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PresSura Hospital Room Pressure Controllers 8631-HC-BAC

SKU: 8631-HC-BAC

This unit has been discontinued as of December 15, 2016.

*A newer model of this product is now available.

Product Details

The PresSura™ Room Pressure Controller Model 8631-HC-BAC is designed to maintain a constant pressure differential in hospitals. It measures the actual room pressure differential using TSI's unique, bi-directional pressure sensor, and modulates a damper or variable frequency drive to maintain set point. If the pressure differential is too great, too small, or the wrong direction, the Model 8631-HC-BAC will activate audible and visual alarms.

The Model 8631-HC-BAC also helps avoid nuisance alarms. Adjustable alarm delays allow traffic to enter the room without triggering alarms. Should a noninfectious patient be housed in the room, the nursing staff can set the monitor to no isolation mode, deactivating the alarms.

The Model 8631-HC-BAC easily integrates to the building management system, using BACnet MS/TP, an analog output and alarm relays.


  • Hospital rooms requiring negative pressure

Included items

  • Digital interface module
  • Through-the-wall pressure sensor
  • Controller output cable, 25 ft
  • Transformer, 120:24 VAC, 25 VA
  • Transformer Cable, 25 ft

Features & Benefits

  • Meets ANSI/ASHRAE/ASHE Standard 170-2008, Ventilation of Health Care Facilities
  • Meets The Facility Guidelines Institute (FGI) 2010, Guidelines for Design and Construction of Health Care Facilities
  • Meets Centers for Disease Control (CDC), Guidelines for Environmental Infection Control in Health Care Facilities
  • Meets United States Pharmacopeia (USP), General Chapter <797>, Guidebook to Pharmaceutical Compounding - Sterile Preparations
  • Stand-alone room controller provides system reliability
  • Direct pressure measurement provides continuous monitoring
  • Audible and visual alarms warn staff of potentially unsafe conditions
  • Convenient integral keypad and display support local programming
  • Passwords protect unauthorized access to controller functions
  • Network communications allow for building-wide control efficiencies