CleanPro® Cleanroom Particle Monitoring

Real time reporting, alarm conditions & instant traceability require sophisticated computer monitoring systems for critical applications. These systems are common ISO-9001/2008, USP, and cGMP certified facilities. Likewise, industrial manufacturers and HVAC companies also deploy these systems for general monitoring of air quality and filter testing.

Hospitals and Labs: Monitor environments in freezers, refrigerators and other areas where critical materials are stored.

Cleanrooms: Monitor the environment in cleanrooms used for pharmaceutical, biotechnology, and semiconductor research and manufacturing.

Warehouses: Monitor the environment and process parameters in facilities where food and pharmaceuticals are packaged and distributed.

Commercial Buildings: Monitor energy and water consumption for cost control and conservation.

Remote Sites: Monitor air, water quality, the environment and unattended operation (wind turbines, tank farms, pumping stations, well heads etc.)

CleanPro® Continuous Cleanroom Monitoring Capabilities

  • Monitor just about anything including temperature, humidity, airborne contaminates, water quality, laboratory equipment, energy and water consumption, weather instruments, production information, and that's just to name a few!
  • Receive measurement data via a LAN or the Internet from a single appliance to hundreds of sensors in multiple facilities scattered throughout the globe.
  • Alert the appropriate personnel to abnormal conditions by local alarm or via email, text message, pager, and voice telephone.
  • View current measurement values and see trends from anywhere using a simple web browser.
  • Record measurement data as well as hourly statistics for later recall and analysis.

All access to the system is done using a web browser over a LAN or secure WiFi connection. Monitoring points are organized by groups and departments. Users can be assigned to one or more groups with a specific role that limits access or administrative controls.

The system is built around a standard SQL database that contains all settings, measurement data, and related information. It meets the monitoring and data security requirements set forth by various agencies including the FDA (21 CFR part 11).

All remote devices have data buffering and local alarm detection capabilities so no measurement data is lost during LAN/Internet or server interruptions. All sensors and other monitoring instruments can be easily field-calibrated with the available service tools.

Cleanroom WiFi Monitoring System Features

The general architecture of a CleanPro® Monitoring System is incredibly simple and easily understood.

CleanPro Monitoring System Flow Chart

One or more remote device controllers gather measurement information from the attached sensors and periodically send it to a local area network (LAN) or the Internet. The server processes the data, and if an abnormal condition is detected, the appropriate users are alerted via email, text message, and voice telephone. In response to an alert, users can log onto the system remotely and see the current conditions, as well as acknowledge the alarm and provide an assignable cause.

CleanPro Server Software Structure

Basic structure of the server software.

The measurements, along with hourly statistics for every monitoring point, are stored in the database for future reporting and analysis. A variety of easy to use standard reports are available for documentation and tracking. Since all of the data is contained in the database, the included Microsoft's SQL Server Reporting Services allow easy generation of reports directly from the database management system.

Remote Monitoring Stations

A remote data acquisition controller,called an "eLink", is attached a number of instruments and data acquisition units, called "I/O Pods".

CleanPro Remote Data Acquisition Controller

The User Interface is Easily Mastered

Login with your user ID and password and immediately see any alarms that have been detected in the Group(s) you are allowed to access.

One or more monitoring groups (departments) can be created within a CleanPro® Monitoring System. Users can be given access to one or more of these groups. Whenever a user logs onto the system, he or she must supply a User ID and Password. The system uses the user ID to determine what to include on the homepage. If a user has access to multiple groups, the multi-group status page is displayed showing a list of all the monitoring points where an abnormal group status page is displayed showing a list of all the monitoring points where an abnormal condition has been detected. In addition to the alarm list, the overall status (number of alarms, warning, errors) for each group is displayed in a list. The user simply clicks on a hyperlink by one of the groups to open the group status page for that group.

The Group Status page contains an alarm list for that group as well as a table containing all of the current measurement values, name, location, units of measure, update time, etc.

The user can select one or more monitoring points (1 & 2) to plot a trend chart or generate a report, acknowledge an alarm, etc.

CleanPro Monitoring Points Report CleanPro Monitoring Interface

Quick Access for Everyday Tasks

Login and select the type of report from the list under "Reports" on the main menu. This will display a window that will allow you to select the Group to be reported on. This, in turn, will display a list of all the monitoring points in the group. Select one or more points (or "All") that will be contained in the report. Finally, select the date/time range and click the "Generate" button. The report will be displayed on a new page where it can be downloaded or printed.

CleanPro Monitoring Report

Unrivaled Support

Any sophisticated system requires a certain amount of ongoing care. This usually falls on the shoulders of the IT department. In most organizations, IT is overwhelmed with work and simply cannot take on another responsibility. CleanPro® System Admin Support package and the concept of Group Administrators eliminate the need for direct IT involvement, other than maintaining the server computer hardware.

Group administrators and department or group supervisors typically handle routine tasks of managing user accounts, adding and removing sensors, modifying alarm limits, and similar functions. These can all be done in CleanPro® Monitoring Systems with minimal training and no formal knowledge of computers and electronics.

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