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Drager REGIS 300 Electronic Control Board For Breathing Apparatus
The new Dräger REGIS 300 is a handy and robust control board for monitoring the
status of team members wearing breathing apparatus during an intervention. It
provides a simple display of individual entry times and allows the entry control officer
to set automatic intermediate alarms after expiry of predefined times. Remember:
user monitoring can save lives!
Monitoring - With the Dräger REGIS 300, you can
simultaneously monitor the status of up to
three teams with up to three breathing
apparatus wearers per team. The board has
three illuminated stopwatch displays that
count down to the maximum evacuation time.
If the nature of the intervention requires
team members to go temporarily beyond
the distance range of the board, an external
transmitter can be connected. In this case,
the alarm signals from the standard built-in
signal generator module can be transmitted
over an extended distance of up to 40
The time of day can be briefly called up on
the 3rd display at the touch of a button.
For better visibility in smoke or dark conditions,
the display backlighting can also
be activated at the touch of a button.
Alarms - When the maximum intervention time has
expired, an electronic signal generator in
the device emits a clearly audible continuous
tone and provides an additional visual alarm
by flashing the LED for the relevant team.
This audible and visual alarm is also emitted
after 1/3 and 2/3 of the total “time to
whistle”, thereby providing an intermediate
alarm conforming to the strict requirements
of the German Fire Brigade Regulation No. 7.
The time-to-whistle on the boards is factory
set to 30 minutes but can be simply adjusted
by pushbutton in 10-minute or 1-minute steps.
Documentation - The user information pad with internationally
understood symbols can be used to document
entry control data. In addition to
monitoring the elapsed time, you can also
document team data, such as names,
breathing apparatus, cylinder pressure and
the entry time and estimated duration of
each intervention. The data is simply entered
on special sheets that clip on to the board
and can therefore subsequently be removed.
Coloured name tags – colour-coded to
indicate the different types of breathing
apparatus – can also contain data on the
breathing apparatus wearer (see
Dräger REGIS 300 – another high-quality
product from Dräger Safety.
Regis 300 R55950
Name Tags Red (set of 10) R54532
Name Tags Blue (set of 10) R54533
Name Tags Yellow (set of 10) R54534
Please note - Product designs and specifications are subject to change without notice. The user is responsible for determining the suitability of this product.
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