The new PAC Smart Control has got a 3.5 ”high resolution LCD display on which all data can be clearly read. With fully automatic filter communication and intuitive operation, the operator can easily send all relevant information via QR code with their own smartphone to the safety manager, project manager or employer. Filter types, serial numbers and events are continuously monitored and securely stored in the standard datalogging module. The PAC Smart Control is IoT ready, which also allows real-time data transfer.
With the PAC Smart Control from the new generation of BMAir products, you can manage your supply of filtered cabin air without difficulty or worry!
The PAC is designed with the future in mind. The mentioned data logging gives you insight into the system, the environment and the operation. In combination with BMAir’s proven RFID filter recognition, nothing has to be entered manually. This ensures that your data is reliable at all times. Basic connectivity is set up by means of a QR code generator that automatically prepares e-mails for you. You just need to forward them from your phone. For real-time monitoring, the hardware has been set up in such a way that everything is easy to expand, such as plug & play connection to a 4G network. In combination with data logging, this data can optionally be linked to your dashboard or platform. You have an overview of the safety, maintenance and inspections per machine.
The PAC Smart Control did not get its name for nothing. It helps you to gain insight into and further professionalize the safety of your employees.
Difference PAC and PACS
The PACS model is an expansion on the basis of PAC and also disposes of a high-end total hydrocarbon sensor. This sensor is calibrated, measures up to PPM level (parts per million) and is by default set to an initial threshold value of 5 PPM.
Please note: In case of activities where active carbon filters are deployed a total hydrocarbon sensor is usually mandatory.