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Honeywell MultiPro Manual

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  • Page 2 Honeywell Analytics, Inc. Lincolnshire, Illinois 60069 All rights reserved. No page or part of this operation manual may be reproduced in any form without written permission of the copyright owner shown above. Honeywell Analytics reserves the right to correct typographical errors.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    1.4.7 Fault detection 1.5 Other electronic safeguards 1.5.1 Heartbeat 1.6 Sensors 1.7 Optional sample draw pump 1.7.1 Special precautions when using the MultiPro pump 1.8 Data storage 1.8.1 Black box data recorder 1.8.2 Event logger 1.9 MultiPro design components 1.10 MultiPro standard accessories 1.10.1 Alkaline MultiPro detectors...
  • Page 4 5.6 Sensor replacement 5.6.1 Sensor replacement (Not Duo-Tox) 5.7 Sample probe assembly 5.7.1 Changing sample probe filters 5.7.2 Changing sample probe tubes (wands) 5.8 MultiPro Pump Maintenance 5.8.1 Replacing pump filters 6. D IRECT PROGRAMMING 6.1 Entering the Advanced Menu 6.2 Set options...
  • Page 5 Appendix C MultiPro Sensor Information Appendix D Toxic Sensor Cross-Sensitivity Appendix E Basic Parts List MultiPro Remote Sampling Accessories MultiPro Sensors MultiPro Charging & Datalogging Accessories Appendix F Honeywell Analytics Standard Gas Detection Warranty...
  • Page 6: Certification Information

    Operating Temperature The MultiPro’s operating temperature range is printed on the label on the back of the instrument. Use of Honeywell Analytics Gas Detectors outside of the instrument’s specified operating temperature range may result in inaccurate and potentially dangerous readings.
  • Page 7 MultiPro charger. Standard versions of the MultiPro must be charged with the UL/CSA-approved charger, which is part number 54-49-103-1. European versions of the MultiPro must be charged with the ATEX-approved charger, which is Honeywell Analytics part number 54-49-103-5. The MultiPro must be located in a non-hazardous location during the charging cycle.
  • Page 8 MultiPro’s zero to 100 percent LEL detection range. The MultiPro is not designed for use in oxygen enriched atmospheres. Do not use the MultiPro pump for prolonged periods in an atmosphere containing a concentration of solvent or fuel that may be greater than 50% LEL.
  • Page 9: Description

    All sensors are overview of many of the features of the replaceable in the field. Each of the MultiPro’s MultiPro. More detailed descriptions of the sensor channels is configured for a specific specific features of the MultiPro are contained type of sensor.
  • Page 10: Alarm Logic

    1.4.3 Sensor over range alarms. Four alarm set points have been provided for The MultiPro will go into alarm if a sensor is each toxic gas sensor: Warning, Danger, exposed to a concentration of gas that STEL (Short Term Exposure Limit) and TWA exceeds its established range.
  • Page 11: Security Beep/Flash

    BioTrak software or directly gases and vapors. The sensor configuration with the MODE button (see Chapter 6 for of the MultiPro may be specified at the time of direct programming instructions). purchase, or changed in the field by 1.4.6...
  • Page 12: Special Precautions When Using The Multipro Pump

    The “black box” data recorder in the MultiPro can be upgraded to a fully enabled datalogger To test the pump, block the end of the sampling at any time.
  • Page 13: Multipro Standard Accessories

    The infrared port is 1.10.2 Li-Ion MultiPro detectors used for communications between the If the MultiPro has been purchased as a Li-Ion MultiPro and a PC. rechargeable instrument, the standard 6. On / Off "MODE" button: The large black...
  • Page 14 The warning alarm levels screen will then be shown followed by the danger, STEL and TWA alarm levels screens. If the MultiPro is equipped with a fully enabled datalogger, the following screen will be shown. The time figure in the upper right corner indicates the sampling interval in minutes and seconds.
  • Page 15: Start Up With Pump

    “beat” every few seconds to show that the instrument is functioning normally. If the MultiPro is due for fresh air/zero calibration, the “0-Cal” will flash on the LCD once every 5 seconds as a reminder. If the MultiPro is due for span calibration, the...
  • Page 16: 2.3 Turning The Multipro Off

    2.3 Turning the MultiPro Off alarm value for the MultiPro H S sensor is 15PPM. To turn the MultiPro off, press and hold the MODE button until the display reads “Release 2.4.4 TWA Alarms Button”. Once the MODE button is released TWA (Time Weighted “Please wait”...
  • Page 17: Sensor Over Range Alarms

    MultiPro. → 2.4.6 Sensor over range alarms The MultiPro will go into alarm if a sensor is PC connection via infrared port exposed to a concentration of gas that MultiPro instruments that exceeds its established range. In the case of...
  • Page 18: Error Messages

    Sampling The MultiPro may be used in either diffusion or sample-draw mode. In either mode, the gas sample must reach the sensors for the instrument to register a gas reading. The sensors are located at the bottom of the instrument.
  • Page 19: Motorized Sample Draw Pump

    MultiPro to continuously monitor remote locations. The pump is powered by the MultiPro battery. When the pump is attached to the instrument, “PUMP” will be shown on the display in the current gas →...
  • Page 20: Turning Off The Pump

    Once the blockage is detected, the MultiPro while the sample-draw probe is being held in a will indicate that the test has been passed and vertical position. If the probe is held instruct you to remove the blockage. Once horizontally or at a low angle while inserted...
  • Page 21: Functional (Bump) Testing

    90%* and 1. Turn the MultiPro on and wait at least 120% of the expected reading as given on three minutes to allow the readings to fully the calibration cylinder.
  • Page 22: Fresh Air/Zero Calibration

    (in this case, times in rapid succession. The 5- After 3 seconds, the MultiPro will return to the second countdown will begin. current gas readings screen and the visual 2. Press the MODE button before the end of and audible alarms will cease.
  • Page 23: Span Calibration

    0 without pressing the MODE button. Once the calibration of all sensors is If the MultiPro still fails to calibrate after successfully completed, the MultiPro will attempting to force the fresh air / zero briefly show the maximum adjustment values calibration, contact Honeywell Analytics.
  • Page 24: 2Span Calibration Failure: Oxygen Sensors

    The MultiPro will also display a “Needs Cal” immediately after the failed calibration message for any sensors that are currently attempt. due for calibration during instrument start-up. Press MODE to acknowledge the warning and Possible causes of span calibration failure turn the instrument off.
  • Page 25: Batteries

    Since the battery pack is housed in the back removed in step 2. cover plate, this will automatically disconnect 4. Return the battery pack to the MultiPro power from the instrument. and re-tighten the top center screw. The MultiPro will automatically turn itself on once the battery pack is reinstalled.
  • Page 26: Charging Guidelines For Li-Ion Battery

    UL/CSA-approved charger, which any further. is part number 54-49-103-1. European 2. If the MultiPro fails to turn on, then the versions of the MultiPro must be charged battery may be severely discharged and with the ATEX-approved charger, which is should be returned to the charger.
  • Page 27: Sample Probe Assembly

    4.2 replaced. and 4.3. Sample probe assembly The MultiPro’s sample draw probe is the standard probe assembly from Honeywell Analytics. The illustration below gives a breakdown of all parts in the sample draw probe with part numbers. The sample probe...
  • Page 28: Changing Sample Probe Filters

    PC with the probe tubes made of other materials (such as appropriate software is not available, the stainless steel). MultiPro can be programmed directly with the Probe tubes are exchanged by loosening the MODE button. hex-nut compression fitting, removing the old...
  • Page 29: Set Options

    The Cal Due Use setting determines whether the instrument can be used when it is due for calibration. Selecting “Cal Due Use On” will allow the MultiPro to be used when it is due for calibration. Selecting “Cal Due Use Off” →...
  • Page 30: Set Date

    Once the time has been correctly set, click the Once the set cal gas submenu has been MODE button three times in rapid succession reached, the MultiPro will scroll through the to return to the Main Menu. various calibration gas values screens and the set default cal gas option.
  • Page 31: Setup Accept

    Main Menu. Note: The Bump Test Interval and Bump Test Reminder are used exclusively with the MultiPro IQ Express Dock. Setup accept Once the settings in any of the submenus have been changed as needed, return to the Main Menu by clicking the MODE button three times in rapid succession.
  • Page 32: Appendices

    The default Warning and Danger alarms alarm levels in the MultiPro are less than or equal to Many toxic substances are commonly encountered in the OSHA-assigned ceiling levels for both CO and industry.
  • Page 33: Appendix B Calibration Frequency Recommendation

    This feature allows has been very active in developing a protocol to you to calibrate a Honeywell Analytics gas detector in clarify the minimum conditions under which the about the same time as it takes to complete a “bump”...
  • Page 34: Appendix C Multipro Sensor Information

    Appendix D Toxic Sensor Cross-Sensitivity The table below provides the cross-sensitivity response of the MultiPro toxic gas sensors to common interference gases. The values are expressed as a percentage of the primary sensitivity, or the reading of the sensor when exposed to 100ppm of the interfering gas at 20ºC.
  • Page 35 MultiPro Li-Ion rechargeable battery pack (UL/CSA-Approved version) 54-49-107-5 MultiPro Li-Ion rechargeable battery pack (ATEX-approved version (European) 54-26-0603 MultiPro BioTrak Software Kit. Includes BioTrak software and manual 54-26-0605 Infrared communication device (Serial – IrDA) - Requires one available PC serial port.
  • Page 36: Appendix F Honeywell Analytics Standard Gas Detection Warranty

    Instrument’s Reference Manual are not covered by the Honeywell Analytics warranty. The obligation of Honeywell Analytics under this warranty is limited to the repair or replacement of components deemed by the Honeywell Analytics Instrument Service Department to have been defective under the scope of this standard warranty.