Alarm Monitor

Alarm Monitors and Annunciators, from 6 to 24 alarm points.

In industrial process control, an Alarm Monitor and Annunciator panel is a system to alert operators of alarm conditions in the plant. Multiple back-lit windows are provided, each engraved with the name of a process alarm. Lamps in each window are controlled by hard-wired switches in the plant, arranged to operate when a process condition enters an abnormal state (such as high temperature, low pressure, loss of cooling water flow, or many others).

In one common alarm sequence, the light in a window will flash and a bell or horn will sound to attract the operator’s attention when the alarm condition is detected. The operator can silence the alarm with a button, and the window will remain lit as long as the process is in the alarm state. When the alarm clears (process condition returns to normal), the lamps in the window go out. Alarm Annunciator used for process controls

Alarm Annunciators Being Used In Electricity Distribution Substations

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