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  • Page 1 1, 2, 3, 4 Gas Detector User Manual...
  • Page 2 If any provision of this warranty is held invalid or unenforceable by a court of competent jurisdiction, such holding will not affect the validity or enforceability of any other provision. BW Technologies by Honeywell BW Technologies by Honeywell...
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Title Page Contacting BW Technologies by Honeywell ........................1 Introduction ..................................1 Gases Monitored ................................2 Safety Information - Read First............................2 Getting Started ..................................7 Parts of the GasAlertMaxXT II............................8 Display Elements ................................9 Activating/Deactivating the Detector ..........................11 Startup Tests ..................................
  • Page 4: Title Page

    GasAlertMaxXT II User Manual Title Page Bump Test..................................18 Force Bump Enabled (optional) ............................. 19 Startup Test Pass ................................19 Startup Test Fail................................20 Installing Fleet Manager II ..............................21 Using Fleet Manager II to Configure the Detector ......................21 Device Configuration ................................
  • Page 5 GasAlertMaxXT II User Manual Title Page Calibration Interval ................................. 29 Bump Interval ................................. 29 Low Alarm ..................................29 High Alarm ..................................29 TWA Alarm..................................30 STEL Alarm..................................30 STEL Interval ................................. 31 TWA Period (hours) ............................... 31 Correction Factor (%)..............................31 50% LEL = (%CH4)................................
  • Page 6 GasAlertMaxXT II User Manual Title Page Calibration ..................................41 Guidelines ..................................41 Diagnostics Protection ..............................42 Connecting the Gas Cylinder to the Detector ........................ 42 Calibration Procedure ..............................43 Auto Zero Sensor..............................44 Auto Span ................................. 45 Calibration Due Date ..............................46 Verification ................................
  • Page 7 GasAlertMaxXT II User Manual Title Page General Datalogger Specifications ..........................68...
  • Page 8 GasAlertMaxXT II User Manual Title Page...
  • Page 9 List of Figures Figure Title Page Parts of the GasAlertMaxXT II..........................8 Display Elements..............................9 Connecting the IR Link ............................21 Device Configuration Section ..........................22 Sensor Configuration Tab (H S) ........................27 Connecting the Gas Cylinder to the Detector ..................... 43 Calibrate Device Dialog Box..........................
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  • Page 11 List of Tables Table Title Page Gases Monitored ..............................2 International Symbols ............................6 Parts of the GasAlertMaxXT II..........................8 Display Elements..............................9 Pushbutton ................................. 10 Connecting the IR Link ............................21 Alarms ................................33 Computed Gas Exposures ..........................36 Gas Alarm Setpoints ............................
  • Page 12 GasAlertMaxXT II User Manual...
  • Page 13: Contacting Bw Technologies By Honeywell

    GasAlertMaxXT II Contacting BW Technologies by Honeywell Introduction To contact BW Technologies by Honeywell, call a Warning USA: 1-888-749-8878 To ensure personal safety, read Safety Information - Read First before using the detector. Canada: 1-800-663-4164 aCautions Europe: +44 (0) 1295 700300 The GasAlertMaxXT II gas detector (“the detector”) warns of hazardous...
  • Page 14: Gases Monitored

    GasAlertMaxXT II User Manual Safety Information - Read First Gases Monitored Use the detector only as specified in this technical reference guide, The following table lists the gases that are monitored by the detector. otherwise the protection provided by the detector may be impaired. Table 1.
  • Page 15 • Do not use the detector if it is damaged. Inspect the detector before using. Look for cracks and/or missing parts. • If the detector is damaged or parts are missing, contact BW Technologies by Honeywell immediately. • Use only sensor(s) that are specifically designed for the GasAlertMaxXT II model. Refer to Replacement Parts and Accessories.
  • Page 16 • Do not attempt to disassemble, adjust, or service the detector unless instructions for that procedure are provided in the technical reference guide and/or that part is listed as a replacement part. Use only BW Technologies by Honeywell Replacement Parts and Accessories.
  • Page 17 GasAlertMaxXT II Safety Information - Read First aCautions • Warning: Lithium polymer cells exposed to heat at 266°F (130°C) for 10 minutes can cause fire and/or explosion. • Dispose of used lithium cells immediately. Do not disassemble and do not dispose of in fire. Do not mix with the solid waste stream.
  • Page 18 GasAlertMaxXT II User Manual Table 1. International Symbols Symbol Meaning Approved to both U.S. and Canadian Standards by CSA International European Explosives Protection Conforms to European Union Directives ATEX Conforms to European ATEX Directives International Electrotechnical Commission Scheme for Certification to Standards for Electrical Equipment for IECEx Explosive Atmospheres EAC Ex...
  • Page 19: Getting Started

    GasAlertMaxXT II Getting Started Getting Started The detector is shipped with the sensors, pump, and rechargeable battery installed. To replace sensors, the pump, or the battery, refer to The list below provides the standard items included with the detector. Replacement Parts and Accessories.
  • Page 20: Parts Of The Gasalertmaxxt Ii

    GasAlertMaxXT II User Manual Parts of the GasAlertMaxXT II Table 2. Parts of the GasAlertMaxXT II Item Description Visual alarm indicators (LEDs) Pump quick connector Pump filter and moisture filter Pushbutton Alligator clip Charging connector and IR interface Diffusion cover locking screw Diffusion cover Audible alarm Liquid crystal display (LCD)
  • Page 21: Display Elements

    GasAlertMaxXT II Display Elements Display Elements Table 3. Display Elements Item Description Alarm condition Automatically zero sensor indicator Numeric values Battery life indicator Pump indicator Heartbeat indicator Gas type identifiers Gas cylinder indicator Automatically span sensor indicator Figure 2. Display Elements...
  • Page 22 GasAlertMaxXT II Display Elements Table 4. Pushbutton Pushbutton Description • To activate the detector press C. • To deactivate the detector, press and hold C until the OFF countdown is complete and the LCD deactivates. • To view the date/time, TWA, STEL, and maximum (MAX) readings, press C twice rapidly. To clear the TWA, STEL, and MAX readings, press C when the LCD displays CLEAR ALL.
  • Page 23: Activating/Deactivating The Detector

    GasAlertMaxXT II Activating/Deactivating the Detector Activating/Deactivating the Detector Battery Test Note The detector performs a battery test during startup. If the battery has insufficient power to operate, the following screens displays before Ensure the diffusion cover is attached prior to activating the deactivating.
  • Page 24: Firmware Version

    GasAlertMaxXT II User Manual Firmware Version Location Logging 2. The current firmware version installed on the detector 4. If the Location Logging option is enabled, the detector displays on the LCD. prompts for a number (1-999) to be entered that identifies the location (wells, plants, or other areas) where the detector is being used.
  • Page 25: Pump Test On Startup

    GasAlertMaxXT II Startup Tests Pump Test on Startup Using your finger, block the end of the hose. The follow- ing screen displays. Note The diffusion cover must be attached to the detector to activate the pump and initiate the pump test. a Caution The maximum hose length for sampling is 75 ft (22m).
  • Page 26: Alarm Setpoints

    GasAlertMaxXT II User Manual Unsuccessful Block Pump Test: If the pump is not When the diffusion cover is replaced, the detector operating correctly, the following screens display before activates the pump alarm. the detector deactivates. HIGH displays, and L and J flashes. Press C to Activate the detector again.
  • Page 27: Self-Test

    GasAlertMaxXT II Startup Tests Next, the LOW and HIGH alarm setpoints display for all Unsuccessful Self-Test of the enabled sensors. Lockout on Self-Test Error Option Enabled: If this option is enabled and a sensor fails, the following screens display before the detector deactivates.
  • Page 28: Automatic Zero For H S, Co, O , And Lel

    Only activate the detector in a safe area that is free of hazardous gas to ensure an accurate auto zero. 8. To initiate auto zero during startup, the Auto Zero on Startup option must be enabled (sensors are enabled Note individually). BW Technologies by Honeywell recommends the sensor(s) be calibrated immediately.
  • Page 29: Calibration Due Date (Optional)

    GasAlertMaxXT II Startup Tests Calibration Due Date (optional) Force Calibration Enabled (optional) 9. The LCD displays the number of days remaining until the 10. If the Force Calibration option is enabled in Fleet next calibration is due. Manager II and a sensor is past due, the sensor(s) must be calibrated to continue and enter normal operation.
  • Page 30: Cal Ir Lock Enabled (Optional)

    Options. Bump Test Note BW Technologies by Honeywell recommends to bump test the sensors before each day’s use to confirm their ability to respond to gas by exposing the detector to a gas concentration that exceeds the alarm setpoints.
  • Page 31: Force Bump Enabled (Optional)

    GasAlertMaxXT II Startup Tests 12. The LCD next displays the number of days remaining If Force Bump is disabled, press C to acknowledge the until the next bump test is due. warning and continue with the startup tests. Note If the bump test interval field is set to 0 in Fleet Manager II, the startup bump test is bypassed.
  • Page 32: Startup Test Fail

    GasAlertMaxXT II User Manual Startup Test Fail After the detector enters normal operation, ERR displays if a sensor has failed the self-test. To determine the cause and solutions for a failed sensor, refer to Troubleshooting.
  • Page 33: Installing Fleet Manager Ii

    GasAlertMaxXT II Installing Fleet Manager II Installing Fleet Manager II Fleet Manager II is required to configure the detector. To install Fleet Manager II, refer to the Fleet Manager II CD-ROM that includes the • installation wizard, and • Fleet Manager II Operator’s Manual. From the User Options tab in Fleet Manager II, two sections are provided to add data, enable/disable features, and to define settings for the sensors and the detector.
  • Page 34: Device Configuration

    GasAlertMaxXT II User Manual Device Configuration 8. From the Devices toolbar, click Configure Device via IR Link to access the GasAlertMaxXT Configuration win- The Device Configuration section displays data about the detector, dow. allows for a startup message to be entered, and is used to enable/dis- 9.
  • Page 35: Serial Number Field

    GasAlertMaxXT II Device Configuration Startup Message Bottom Line Refer to the following options for descriptions and functionality. Enter a line of text that will display on the detector LCD during startup Note (maximum 25 characters, spaces included). Enter any type of informa- The Serial Number, Firmware Version, and Hardware tion such as employee name, plant, area, emergency number(s), etc.
  • Page 36: Safe Mode

    GasAlertMaxXT II User Manual Safe Mode display the high peak concentration until the alarm condition no longer exists. If enabled, SAFE displays continuously on the LCD unless an alarm The detector is shipped with the Latching Alarms option disabled. condition occurs. Force Calibration Force Calibration Enabled: If enabled and a sensor(s) is past due for calibration, the following screen displays.
  • Page 37: Force Bump

    GasAlertMaxXT II Device Configuration Force Bump Cal IR Lock A bump test must be performed regularly to ensure the sensor(s) are If enabled, the sensor(s) can only be calibrated using the IR Link with responding correctly to test gas. If enabled and the sensor(s) is past due, Fleet Manager II or the MicroDock II station.
  • Page 38: Location Logging

    GasAlertMaxXT II User Manual Location Logging Force Block Test The Location Logging logs where the detector is being used such as a The force block test verifies the pump is operating correctly by compar- gas plant, well site, vehicle, etc. ing the pump flow against the blocked flow.
  • Page 39: Confidence Interval

    GasAlertMaxXT II Sensor Configuration Sensor Configuration Confidence Interval The Sensor Configuration tab adjusts settings for each individual The Confidence Interval (seconds) field defines how often the sensor. A separate sensor tab is provided for each sensor. Figure 5. confidence beep occurs (detector beeps). shows the available option settings for the H S sensor.
  • Page 40: Sensor Disabled

    GasAlertMaxXT II User Manual Sensor Disabled 5. The LCD automatically updates. In the following exam- ple, the CO gas type and sensor readings no longer a Warning displays. Use extreme caution when disabling a sensor. The disabled sensor cannot detect and alarm against the applicable gas.
  • Page 41: Calibration Interval

    GasAlertMaxXT II Sensor Configuration Calibration Interval setpoints. Verify that the audible and visual alarms activate. Calibrate if the readings are not within the specified limits. Define how often a sensor must be calibrated in the Calibration Interval (days) field. A different calibration interval can be set for each sensor. Low Alarm 1.
  • Page 42: Twa Alarm

    GasAlertMaxXT II User Manual TWA Alarm STEL Alarm The time-weighted average (TWA) is a safety measure used to The short term exposure limit (STEL) is the maximum permissible gas determine accumulated averages of gases. An average is determined concentration a worker can be safely exposed to for short periods of time using the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) (5-15 minutes maximum).
  • Page 43: Stel Interval

    GasAlertMaxXT II Sensor Configuration STEL Interval Note Regulations vary depending upon region. Adhere to the regula- The STEL Interval option provides protection for workers from over tions defined for your area. exposure to high concentrations of gas, and is based on user-defined 5-15 minute intervals.
  • Page 44: 50% Lel = (%Ch4)

    GasAlertMaxXT II User Manual 50% LEL = (%CH4) 10% (of reading) Over-span If the LEL By Volume CH4 option is enabled, a percentage value can be When enabled, the detector automatically over-spans the LEL sensor by entered in the 50% LEL = (%CH4) field to display the LEL reading in 10% of the span concentration to ensure the span meets CSA stan- %vol.
  • Page 45: Alarms

    GasAlertMaxXT II User Manual Alarms Table 7 describes the detector alarms and corresponding screens. During an alarm condition, the detector activates the backlight, audible/visual/ vibrator alarms, and displays the current ambient gas reading. If more than one type or level of alarm exists simultaneously, a multi-gas alarm results. To change the factory-defined alarm setpoints, refer to Alarm, High...
  • Page 46 GasAlertMaxXT II Alarms Table 7. Alarms Alarm Screen Alarm Screen Multi-Gas Alarm Sensor Alarm • Alternating low and high alarm siren and flash • ERR displays • L and target gas bar flash • Vibrator alarm activates Over Limit (OL) Alarm Low Battery Alarm •...
  • Page 47 GasAlertMaxXT II User Manual Table 7. Alarms Alarm Screen Alarm Screen Automatic Deactivation Alarm Confidence Beep • Sequence of 10 rapid sirens and alternating • One beep every 1-120 seconds (user-defined) flashes with 1 second of silence in between (reactivates seven times) Note Confidence beep automatically •...
  • Page 48: Computed Gas Exposures

    GasAlertMaxXT II User Manual Computed Gas Exposures Viewing and Clearing Gas Exposures a Warning To view the TWA, STEL, and maximum (MAX) readings, press C twice rapidly. The LCD first displays the current time and date. To prevent possible personal injury, do not deactivate the detector during a work shift.
  • Page 49: Gas Alarm Setpoints

    GasAlertMaxXT II Computed Gas Exposures Gas Alarm Setpoints Next, the MAX readings display. The alarm setpoints trigger the gas alarms and are described Table 8. Table 8. Gas Alarm Setpoints Alarm Condition Toxics and combustibles: Ambient Last, the CLEAR ALL readings screen displays. gas level above low alarm setpoint.
  • Page 50: Resetting Gas Alarm Setpoints

    GasAlertMaxXT II User Manual Resetting Gas Alarm Setpoints Stopping a Gas Alarm Table 9. lists alarm setpoints as defined by Occupational Safety and The low and high alarms stop when the ambient gas concentrations Health Association (OSHA). returns to a concentration below the low alarm setpoint. Note Note Standard factory alarm setpoints vary by region.
  • Page 51: Pump Alarm

    GasAlertMaxXT II Computed Gas Exposures Pump Alarm Low Battery Alarm The pump draws air over the sensors continually. If the pump stops The detector tests the battery on activation and continuously thereafter. operating or becomes blocked, the detector activates the pump alarm. Battery power is continually displayed during normal operation.
  • Page 52: Bump Test

    GasAlertMaxXT II User Manual Bump Test 4. The detector should enter alarm. Verify the audible and visual alarms activate, and that the LCD readings match A bump test is the process of applying a small amount of test gas to the span gas concentrations of the gas cylinder being force the detector into alarm.
  • Page 53: Calibration

    GasAlertMaxXT II Calibration Calibration • If a certified calibration is required, contact BW Technologies by Honeywell. Guidelines • Calibration can be performed using either a 0.5 l/min regulator or a demand flow regulator. Recommended gas mixture: • The maximum hose length for calibration is 3 ft (0.9 m).
  • Page 54: Diagnostics Protection

    GasAlertMaxXT II User Manual Diagnostics Protection Connecting the Gas Cylinder to the Detector The detector tests the ambient air (auto-zero) and the test gas that is Refer to the following procedures and Figure 6. to connect the gas applied (auto span) to ensure it meets expected values. Auto-zero sets cylinder to the detector for calibration.
  • Page 55: Calibration Procedure

    GasAlertMaxXT II Calibration Calibration Procedure 5. When calibration is complete, disconnect the hose from the detector and the regulator. a Caution 6. Ensure the gas cylinder is stored according to the Calibrate only in a safe area that is free of hazardous manufacturer’s specifications.
  • Page 56: Auto Zero Sensor

    GasAlertMaxXT II User Manual 4. Press and hold C while the detector performs the OFF flashes while the detector automatically zeroes countdown. Continue to hold C as the detector briefly the combustible and toxic sensors, and calibrates the deactivates. oxygen sensor. The detector then reactivates and performs the calibra- When auto zero is complete, the detector beeps two tion countdown.
  • Page 57: Auto Span

    GasAlertMaxXT II Calibration Auto Span Unsuccessful Span If the sensor(s) fails the span, the following screen displays. When auto zero is complete, APPLY GAS and display, and flashes. Refer to the following for possible causes and solutions. 5. Connect the calibration hose to the regulator on the gas The detector will not span a sensor if cylinder (Figure...
  • Page 58: Calibration Due Date

    GasAlertMaxXT II User Manual Calibration Due Date If a sensor(s) fails any step of the calibration, the following screen displays. If a sensor(s) does not successfully span, the calibration due date for that sensor(s) will not reset. Note If calibration is unsuccessful for a sensor(s), the calibration due date cannot be set for the failed sensor(s).
  • Page 59: Verification

    GasAlertMaxXT II Calibration After the span is complete, the following calibration due date screens If a sensor fails to span successfully and it is past the calibration due display before returning to normal operation. date, the following screens display. The example above shows the CO sensor is 6 days past due. The number of days that displays in the CAL DUE XXX DAYS screen is the earliest date (overall of all sensors) a calibration must be performed.
  • Page 60: Calibrating Using The Ir Link

    GasAlertMaxXT II User Manual 3. To ensure the readings are accurate, apply the verifica- To calibrate using the IR Link, complete the following: tion gas for the same amount of time as was applied to 1. From the PC, open Fleet Manager II. the sensor when it was calibrated.
  • Page 61 GasAlertMaxXT II Calibration 7. Enter the span gas concentration values. The values entered in the Calibrate Device popup must match the span concentration values on the gas cylinder. 8. Click inside the checkbox for each sensor that will be calibrated, and then click Calibrate. The following screen displays.
  • Page 62: Event Logs

    GasAlertMaxXT II User Manual Event Logs The following information is recorded in a datalog: • Serial number of the detector The detector records the thirty most recent gas alarm events. Information that is recorded from an event is as follows: •...
  • Page 63: Bump And Calibration Results

    GasAlertMaxXT II Bump and Calibration Results Bump and Calibration Results • Audible and visual indicator status • Sensor type and sensor status The detector records the bump test and calibration results. The results can then be imported into Fleet Manager II to create detailed reports. •...
  • Page 64: Maintenance

    • If replacing the battery, use only approved lithium polymer • Do not immerse the detector in liquids. cells that are available through BW Technologies by Honeywell. Use of any other cell can cause fire and/or explosion. To order and replace the MX-BAT01 lithium Maximum Hose Length for Sampling...
  • Page 65: Charging The Battery

    GasAlertMaxXT II Maintenance Charging the Battery Table 10. Connecting the Charger Adapter Item Description IR and charger interface GasAlertMaxXT II Charger adapter Charger cable a Warning The detector must be charged in a safe area that is free of hazardous gas in temperatures of 32°F to 113°F (0°C to 45°C).
  • Page 66: Optimum Battery Operation

    GasAlertMaxXT II User Manual Replacing the Battery 4. Allow the battery to charge for 6 hours. The charging indicator flashes (low, mid, and full charge repeatedly) on To replace the lithium battery, refer to Replacement Parts and Accesso- the LCD while the battery is charging. ries to order the (XT-BAT-K1) kit that includes the Replacing the GasAlertMaxXT Battery Operator’s Manual.
  • Page 67 GasAlertMaxXT II Maintenance Table 11. Replacing a Sensor or Sensor Filter Item Description Front shell LEL sensor PCB screws (2) Pump Rear shell Machine screws (6) Pump inlet Pump filter (particulate) Moisture filter CO sensor S sensor sensor Sensor filter...
  • Page 68 GasAlertMaxXT II Maintenance Figure 9. Replacing a Sensor or Sensor Filter...
  • Page 69 GasAlertMaxXT II Maintenance 1. Deactivate the detector. 5. Remove the two PCB screws. 2. Remove the pump inlet screw and the pump inlet. Refer 6. Lift the PCB upward and tilt to the left. Lay the PCB Figure 13. (sensors facing up) onto the rear shell. 3.
  • Page 70: Replacing The Pump Filters

    GasAlertMaxXT II User Manual Replacing the Pump Filters Note When inserting a new sensor filter, ensure the white side is Filters are inserted into the pump inlet to prevent dust particulates and facing the sensors and the black side is facing the front shell. moisture from entering the pump module.
  • Page 71 GasAlertMaxXT II Maintenance 1. Remove the one machine screw from the pump inlet and gently lift the bottom of the inlet outward at a 45° angle. Figure 13. Removing the Pump Filters 2. Gently lift the pump inlet upwards to remove. Ensure the Figure 12.
  • Page 72: Replacing The Pump

    GasAlertMaxXT II User Manual 3. Depending upon the circumstance, replace either just the particulate filter or both. Refer to Particulate Filters Moisture Filters. 4. Reattach the pump inlet and replace the screw. Tighten the screw using 3-4 in-lbs. torque. Do not overtighten. 5.
  • Page 73: Troubleshooting

    The detector does not activate. Depleted battery Charge the battery. Refer to Charging the Battery. Damaged or defective detector Contact BW Technologies by Honeywell. Detector automatically deactivates. Automatic deactivation due to depleted Charge the battery. Refer to Charging the battery Battery.
  • Page 74 GasAlertMaxXT II Troubleshooting Table 7. Troubleshooting Problem Possible Cause Solution Detector does not display normal Sensors not stabilized Used sensor: Wait 60 seconds ambient gas reading after startup tests. New sensor: Wait 5 minutes Sensor(s) requires calibration Calibrate the sensor(s). Refer to Calibration. Target gas is present Detector is operating properly.
  • Page 75 Charge the battery for 8 hours. If the battery charging. levels indicator does not light after charging, contact BW Technologies by Honeywell. Pump is not operating. Diffusion cap is off or not attached Attach diffusion cap. Ensure seal is tight. correctly.
  • Page 76: Replacement Parts And Accessories

    -10%, CG-BUMP1 To order parts or accessories listed in the following table, contact BW S-40 ppm, CO-200 ppm) Technologies by Honeywell. Quad calibration kit with regulator, quad gas CK-Q34-4 cylinder (CG-Q34-4), hose, and carrying case Table 13. Replacement Parts and Accessories Quad calibration kit with regulator, quad gas Model No.
  • Page 77 GasAlertMaxXT II Replacement Parts and Accessories Model No. Description XT-SCREW- Replacement screw kit (40 screws and screw- driver) XT-BAT-K1 Battery replacement kit XT-RPUMP- Pump replacement kit GA-HXT GasAlertMaxXT carrying holster GA-BXT GasAlertMaxXT rubber boot XT-AG-1 Alligator clip (stainless steel) *Add suffix (-UK) for United Kingdom mains plug, (-EU) for European mains plug, (-AU) for Australian mains plug.
  • Page 78: Specifications

    GasAlertMaxXT II User Manual Specifications Visual alarm: Red light-emitting diodes (LEDs) Display: Alphanumeric liquid crystal display (LCD) Instrument dimensions: 13.1 x 7.0 x 5.2 cm (5.1 x 2.8 x 2.0 in.) Backlight: Activates upon startup and when the pushbutton is pressed; Weight: 328 g (11.6 oz.) deactivates after 10 seconds.
  • Page 79 CE 0539 g II 1 G Ex da ia IIC T4 Ga KEMA 08 ATEX 0001 EN 60079-0, EN 60079-1, EN 60079-11 IECEx Ex da ia IIC T4 Ga CSA 07.0012 IEC 60079-0, IEC 60079-1, IEC 60079-11 INMETRO Ex ia IIC T4 Ga DNV 12.0135 12-KB4BO-0054 IP66/IP67 http://www.honeywellanalytics.com/~/media/honeywell-analytics/products/gasalertmax-xt- ii/documents/certifications/koreanexcertificate_bw_gamaxxtii_12kb4bo0054.pdf?la=en...
  • Page 80 GasAlertMaxXT II User Manual General Datalogger Specifications Storage: 375 hours at 15-second intervals (75% redundancy) Memory type: Wraparound memory ensures most recent data is always saved Sample rate: One reading every 1-120 seconds Data recorded: All sensor readings, all alarm conditions, calibrations, event flags, battery status, sensor status, pump status, confidence beep activation, and detector status along with the time and date for each reading and unit serial number...
  • Page 81 129541_EN_B [English] © BW Technologies 2016. All rights reserved...