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QUIETPRO
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QP100Ex
User Manual
Language EN
Version 4.0

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  • Page 1 QUIETPRO ® QP100Ex User Manual Language EN Version 4.0...
  • Page 2 Headset connector Radio connector Y-split with external microphone connector* * Depending on which version of headset you have purchased, the headset may have a different look and the external microphone connector may not be Clip included. www.honeywellsafety.com/quietpro HONEYWELL SAFETY PRODUCTS...
  • Page 3 In consideration of the provision of the product to you, you herby agree to the fullest extent permitted by law that Honeywell will have no liability to you or any user of the product if the product is not used and maintained in all respects in accordance with the provisions of this User Manual.
  • Page 4: Important Safety Information

    Contact your Honeywell distributor or authorised dealer for details. ! WARNING The battery may only be replaced with a battery that is approved by Honeywell to be used in QP100Ex. ! WARNING The battery compartment may never be opened inside a potentially hazardous environment. Only replace the battery in a safe environment.
  • Page 5 FCC and Industry Canada Compliance QUIETPRO QP100Ex complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules and RSS-210 of IC rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    15 RECYCLING AND DISPOSAL ......................22 16 SERVICE AND SUPPORT ........................22 17 TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE ......................22 18 ATTENUATION DATA ..........................25 18.1 EN ............................25 18.2 ANSI ............................26 18.3 AS/NZS .............................. 26 19 REACH COMPLIANCE ......................... 27 www.honeywellsafety.com/quietpro HONEYWELL SAFETY PRODUCTS...
  • Page 7: System Description

    Captures the sound of the human voice present in front of the ear drum and enables radio communication without an external micro- phone. Outer microphone: Situated on the outside of the hearing protection and captures sound from the surroundings. HONEYWELL SAFETY PRODUCTS...
  • Page 8 All cables have an integrated memory chip with the information needed for the control unit to set up the appropriate electrical interface to the radio. The external power supply allows QUIETPRO to charge its built-in battery. Note that this shall not be done in hazardous areas. www.honeywellsafety.com/quietpro HONEYWELL SAFETY PRODUCTS...
  • Page 9: Getting Started

    A proper fit of eartips ensures good comfort during prolonged use. The eartips are therefore provided in several different sizes. TIP Insertion of the eartips and the comfort of the fitting improve with practice. Honeywell recommends getting help from a QUIETPRO-trained instructor or experienced user to learn how to insert the tips in the best way.
  • Page 10 Use the clip to remove tension from the cable on the earpieces and secure it to your shirt or jacket. Make sure the cable is secured in a way so that it does not get caught up during use. 10 www.honeywellsafety.com/quietpro HONEYWELL SAFETY PRODUCTS...
  • Page 11: Starting Up The Unit

    [CONFIRM]. This will silence the alarm but does not improve the fit. In order to ensure that your hearing is protected, remove and refit the eartip(s) and restart the system to perform a new fit test. Refer to section 2.3 for fitting instructions. HONEYWELL SAFETY PRODUCTS...
  • Page 12: Shutting Down The Unit

    [MENU] button until you hear the option again or wait for time out and re-enter the menu from the top. TIP You do not have to wait until the voice message is finished before you move to the next option or to confirm a choice. 12 www.honeywellsafety.com/quietpro HONEYWELL SAFETY PRODUCTS...
  • Page 13: Menu Overview

    Earmu Mode O Earmu Mode Options [MENU] [MENU] [MENU] [MENU] Earmu Mode On [CONFIRM] Automatic Shutdown [CONFIRM] Automatic Shutdown [CONFIRM] Options [MENU] [MENU] Automatic Shutdown [MENU] [CONFIRM] [CONFIRM] [CONFIRM] ANR On ANR Options [MENU] [MENU] ANR O [CONFIRM] HONEYWELL SAFETY PRODUCTS...
  • Page 14: Menu Volume

    • Yellow pulsing to signal that an action is running, such as fit test (see sections 2.4 and 8). • Red pulsing to signal a warning. All warnings are accompanied by an explanatory voice message. • All three colors will flash as the unit is turned off. 14 www.honeywellsafety.com/quietpro HONEYWELL SAFETY PRODUCTS...
  • Page 15: Radio Interface

    7 Radio Interface QUIETPRO QP100Ex is only allowed to be used together with intrinsically safe radios with ATEX/IS entity parameters that are compatible with those of QUIETPRO QP100Ex. ! WARNING Using the system with radios that are not ATEX/IS compliant (even in non-hazardous locations) will void the ATEX/IS certification of QUIETPRO QP100Ex.
  • Page 16: Earmuff Mode

    To avoid this you have to improve the insertion of the eartip(s) and re-run the fit test. ! CAUTION A user initiated fit test does not enable ANR functionality. The unit needs to be restarted and a successful start-up sequence performed to enable ANR. 16 www.honeywellsafety.com/quietpro HONEYWELL SAFETY PRODUCTS...
  • Page 17: Hot Keys

    Options” then press [CONFIRM]. Select “Get Dose Status” in this new menu level using [CONFIRM]. The noise dose status will be reported using the indicator lights and voice feedback. 1) The permissible exposure level varies between different countries and different organisations. It is defined through system configuration. HONEYWELL SAFETY PRODUCTS...
  • Page 18: Battery/charging

    A yellow indicator light will be lit during charging and this will change to green when the battery is fully charged. The unit should be turned off before connecting the charger. 18 www.honeywellsafety.com/quietpro HONEYWELL SAFETY PRODUCTS...
  • Page 19: Replacing The Battery

    Never charge QUIETPRO QP100Ex in a hazardous environment. ! WARNING ! WARNING The battery may never be exposed to temperatures above 100°C / 212°F. ! NOTE Charging with equipment other than that supplied with QUIETPRO may lead to unit damage and voids warranty.
  • Page 20: Accessories

    ! WARNING The battery may only be replaced with a battery that is approved by Honeywell to be used in QUIETPRO QP100Ex. Please contact QUIETPRO Technical Support for further instruction. Make sure that the unit is switched off during battery replacement. The headset should not ! CAUTION be worn during this process as high noises are generated while changing the battery.
  • Page 21: Error And Warning Conditions Reported By The Control Unit

    Replace ear tips. If warning still appears; check headset and replace if it is found to be faulty. HONEYWELL SAFETY PRODUCTS...
  • Page 22: Maintenance And Storage

    • If a broken external microphone is connected to the control unit through the headset, the unit will not start up. Disconnect the microphone from the headset and try to restart the unit. 22 www.honeywellsafety.com/quietpro HONEYWELL SAFETY PRODUCTS...
  • Page 23 • Continuous keying of a radio for a long period of time may damage the radio. Some systems have a built-in mechanism that releases the keying after a specified time interval. Refer to the radio manufacturer’s documentation for further information. HONEYWELL SAFETY PRODUCTS...
  • Page 24 I hear repeated voice messages regarding connected/disconnected cables: • Make sure that the connector is firmly mated. • The cable may be broken or the content of the memory chip may be corrupted. Try a different cable or microphone. 24 www.honeywellsafety.com/quietpro HONEYWELL SAFETY PRODUCTS...
  • Page 25: Attenuation Data

    40 hours. The output of the level-dependent circuit of this hearing protector may exceed the daily limit sound level. Certification body: Finnish Institute of Occupational Health (FIOH), Topeliuksenkatu 41aA, 00250 Helsinki, Finland (Notified Body number 0403). HONEYWELL SAFETY PRODUCTS...
  • Page 26: Ansi

    SLC 80 Mean attenuation, [dB] 35.0 29.8 33.8 32.7 35.9 35.5 39.5 29.6 dB Standard Deviation, [dB] Assumed Protection, [dB] (APV) 30.6 23.4 25.9 26.6 31.5 31.4 33.6 Class 5 SLC (80) = 30 dB 26 www.honeywellsafety.com/quietpro HONEYWELL SAFETY PRODUCTS...
  • Page 27: Reach Compliance

    QUIETPRO PRO headset contains the substance 4-Nonylphenol CAS 84852-15-3, included on the candidate list (18 June 2012) according to article 59 (1, 10) of Regulation (EC) No 1907/2006 (REACH) (see the website of the European Chemicals Agency (ECHA) http://echa.europa.eu/) in a concentration above 0.1 %. HONEYWELL SAFETY PRODUCTS...
  • Page 28 Contact Honeywell Safety Products: International / France: Poland: China: Immeuble Edison Paris Nord 2 ul. Podskale 2 33 rue des Vanesses 30-522 KRAKOW CS 55288 Villepinte Tel. +48 12 656 57 31 95958 Roissy CDG Cedex +48 12 656 14 54 Tel.

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