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Honeywell BW Ultra Quick Reference Manual

Gas detection portable five-gas detector with internal pump.
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| Gas Detection
Quick
Reference
Guide
Honeywell BW ™ Ultra
Portable Five-gas Detector
with Internal Pump

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  • Page 1 | Gas Detection Quick Reference Guide Honeywell BW ™ Ultra Portable Five-gas Detector with Internal Pump...
  • Page 2 Monitored Gases The detector can monitor up to five gases at a time. Refer to the Honeywell BW ™ Ultra User Manual for the full list of gases. What’s in the Box • Honeywell BW ™ Ultra gas •...
  • Page 3 Wireless communication and infrastructure are only for informational monitoring. • Use only Honeywell HU-BAT battery pack. Using any other battery can cause an explosion or fire. • Deactivating the detector by removing the battery pack may cause improper operation and harm the detector.
  • Page 4 LEL sensor after any gas exposure that causes alarm in the toxic gas sensors. • The Honeywell BW ™ Ultra is provided with an antistatic coating over the LCD window to minimize the risk of ignition due to electrostatic discharge. Periodic inspection of this coating is required to ensure no degradation, delamination, abrasions or other deformities to this surface.
  • Page 5 WARNINGS • Warning: Substitution of components may impair Intrinsic Safety. • To prevent ignition of flammable or combustible atmospheres, disconnect power before servicing. • Protect the combustible sensor from exposure to lead compounds, silicones, and chlorinated hydrocarbons. Although certain organic vapors (such as leaded gasoline and halogenated hydrocarbons) can temporarily inhibit sensor performance, in most cases the sensor will recover after calibration.
  • Page 6 Appearance 1. Visual alarm indicator 2. Exhaust port 3. Screen 4. Button 5. Beeper Aperture 6. Pump inlet 7. Alligator clip 8. Pump assembly 9. Charging connector and IR Interface...
  • Page 7 Screen Icons Several icons are displayed in the detector’s screen as conditions dictate. BW ULTRA...
  • Page 8 Screen Icons Pump/header BLE Pairing Pump passed Error Paired Pump critical fail Pairing failed Warning/failure/ error/low battery Stealth mode Hole watch enabled mode high Battery -three Hole watch levels mode low Low battery Hole watch -Oxygen bar IR LINK Correction factor connection Calibration Peak gas...
  • Page 9 Screen Icons Target gas Inert mode Bump test Sensor failure cancelled Bump test STEL alarm passed Bump test TWA alarm failed Over limit Firmware update alarm in progress High alarm Sensor disabled Low alarm Heartbeat...
  • Page 10 Activate the Detector Activate the detector in a safe area with an atmosphere of 20.9% oxygen and free of hazardous gas. 1. For first time use, charge the battery for up to 8 hours or until LED light turns green using the charging adapter provided.
  • Page 11 • STEL alarm • Low battery alarm • Multi alarm • Critical battery alarm NOTE: In Stealth mode the Honeywell BW ™ Ultra only vibrates. IMPORTANT: Regardless, when a detector goes into alarm, always take appropriate action. Never ignore or dismiss an alarm.
  • Page 12 Navigate the Menu There are four main menu items. • See Information • Start Bump Test • Zero Sensors • Start Calibration 1. Double pressing the button displays all four options on the screen. See Information is selected and highlighted by default.
  • Page 13 Standards and Certifications The Honeywell BW ™ Ultra gas detector is in conformity with the following standards and certifications: Approvals: Approved by CSA to both U.S. and Canadian Standards CAN/CSA C22.2 No. 157 and C22.2 No. 152 ANSI/UL - 913 and ANSI/ISA - 12.13.01 Part 1...
  • Page 14 KTL: GasAlertMicroClip XT: 12-KB4BO-00531 Inmetro: DNV 12.0134 cULus: Class I, Div. 1, Groups A, B, C and D with a Temperature Class of T4...

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