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Sorgel Isolation Panel systems have been installed in hospitals from the 1970's through 2011. These old system LIM and remote indicators can be upgraded to the new systems.
The New Series 6 Line Isolation Monitor, can be retrofitted into the legacy Isolation Power Panels via multiple KIT options from Schneider Electric. Since the LIM is mounted in the panel, the conversion to the new designs is just a new connector terminal board and mounting bracket.However, the LIM in the old panel layouts will be connected to remote indicators, and the indicator changes over the past 40 years of manufacturing will require different requirements for upgrading to the latest LIM technology.
Analog LIMs and Remotes - will require an AC power source to power the legacy components. However, if the analog device have an amp meter, the ratio from the OLD LIM and NEW LIM does not align, requiring those remotes to also require upgrading.
Digital Remotes - require a connector box, the old communication was done via a 15 pin connector, where the newer LIM uses a 15 pin connector, these changes require a connector box be included.
Clock Timers - originally designed as part of the Surgical Facility Center, and stand alone version is available to supply stop watch and lap timer for operating rooms. Besides stand alone remotes, they were also incorporated into the multiple offerings supplied by Sorgel / Square D.
Control Panels - incorporate the analog remotes into the power modules and supervisory modules.
Annunciator / Nurse Stations - incorporate the analog remotes from multiple LIMs at one centralized location.
These legacy accessories are more difficult to upgrade to the newer systems due to layouts and dimensions. So almost always will require the use of the AC power source to be incorporated with any LIM upgrades.