| Gas Detection User Manual Honeywell BW ™ Ultra Portable Five-gas Detector with Internal Pump 50122982-265 EN-A...
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Troubleshooting ........................24 Deactivate the detector ......................6 Glossary ............................25 Navigate the menu ........................6 Contact Honeywell ........................26 View detector’s general information ................... 6 Reset TWA or STEL readings ....................6 Reset Peak readings ........................6 Reset TWA/STEL and Peak readings .................. 7 Zero sensors ...........................
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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.
Sensor Poisons and MISES EN GARDE Contaminants • POUR DES RAISONS DESECURITE, CET EQUIPEMENT DOlT ETRE UTILISE, ENTRETENU ET REPARE UNIQUEMENT PAR UN PERSONNEL QUALIFIE. Many chemicals can contaminate and permanently ETUDIER LE MANUEL D’INSTRUCTIONS EN ENTIER AVANT D’UTILISER, damage sensors. Follow these guidelines when using ‘ENTRETENIR OU DE REPARER L’EQUIPEMENT.
Getting Started Screen Icons The detector’s screen, shown here with typical icons, will display those shown in the following table as conditions dictate. Appearance BW ULTRA Screen Icons 1. Visual alarm indicator Pump/header 2. Exhaust port 3. Screen BLE Pairing Error Pump passed 4.
Navigate the menu Detector Operations There are four main menu items. • See Information • Start Bump Test Activate the detector • Zero Sensors • Start Calibration Turn-on the detector in a safe area with an atmosphere of 1. Double pressing the button displays all four options on 20.9% oxygen and free of hazardous gas.
Latching Alarms Reset TWA/STEL and Peak readings If enabled, during an alarm condition the Latching Alarms option causes the low and high gas alarms (audible, visual, Before you begin. and vibrator) to persist until the alarm is acknowledged and You need to enable TWA/STEL Reset and Peak Reset in the gas concentration is below the low alarm setpoint.
7. Press the button to finish the procedure. CAUTION Honeywell recommends to bump test the sensors before each day’s use to confirm their ability to respond to gas by exposing the sensors to a gas concentration that exceeds the alarm setpoints.
Fleet Manager II. mode, Hole Watch mode, and Inert mode. Necessary to configure detector settings: : Honeywell BW ™ Ultra always monitors gas levels, regardless of Note • Honeywell BW ™ Ultra detector the operating mode. If the detector detects a sudden gas exposure, •...
Bluetooth Pairing The user can pair the Honeywell BW ™ Ultra to a mobile device via built in Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE). The Honeywell Safety Communicator app, installed on the mobile phone, can then show gas readings and alarms from the Honeywell BW ™ Ultra unit that is connected.
• Verify the expiration date on the cylinder before use. II Software. • Do not use an expired gas cylinder. • Contact Honeywell if a certified calibration of the detector is required. Before you begin. • You should have the IR Connectivity Kit (sold separately) to transfer the data Charge the Battery from a computer to the detector.
Service 3. Remove the LCD: a) Disengage the two snaps on the upper sides of the LCD carrier. Replace the Printed Circuit Board (PCB) 1. Turn the instrument off. 2. Remove the front shell: b) Swing LCD forward watching for the ZIF connector. a) Turn the instrument face down and unscrew on the battery pack.
9. Insert the 4R+ ribbon cable into the ZIF connector and b) Place the PCB into the front shell and insert the two press down on the 4R+ ZIF latch to engage the cable. screws (torque 3-4 in-lbs) to fasten both pieces. c) Replace the back shell and install the four screws 10.
Replace the LCD 4. Remove the LCD: a) Disengage the two snaps on the upper sides of the 1. Turn the instrument off. LCD carrier. 2. Remove the battery: a) Turn the instrument face down and unscrew on the battery pack. b) Swing LCD forward watching for the ZIF connector.
c) On the front shell, ensure the LCD gasket is aligned b) Push the battery pack into place and tighten the with the pins. The frame should be facing up. battery retention screw (torque 4-5 in-lbs). c) Turn on the instrument and allow for the sensors to stabilize.
Replace the 1-Series Sensors d) Pull the sensor manifold out from the pump manifold. 1. Turn the instrument off. 2. Remove the battery: a) Turn the instrument face down and unscrew on the battery pack. e) Remove the desired sensor. b) Remove the battery pack and the four screws in the battery compartment.
7. Attach the battery: a) To place the battery pack correctly, first engage hooks on the bottom of the battery pack. b) Push the battery pack into place and tighten the battery retention screw (torque 4-5 in-lbs). 8. Turn on the instrument and allow for the sensors to stabilize.
Replace the 4R+ Sensors 4. Install the new sensor: a) Retrieve the new sensor and insert it into the 1. Turn the instrument off. manifold aligning the sensor guides to the instrument’s slots. 2. Remove the battery: a) Turn the instrument face down and unscrew on the battery pack.
Replace the Pump b) Fold the pump wires across the bottom of the pump motor. 1. Turn the instrument off. 2. Remove the battery: a) Turn the instrument face down and unscrew on the battery pack. c) Insert the pump into the manifold assembly. b) Remove the battery pack and the four screws in the battery compartment.
5. Remove both the particulate and hydrophonic filter. retention screw (torque 4-5 in-lbs). 6. First, Install both the hydrophonic and then the : Use only the HU-BAT Honeywell battery pack. Note particulate filters. 7. Place the filter cover and rotate the filter cover clockwise until stop.
Appendices Specifications Detector dimensions: 8.1 x 14.6 x 5.1cm Weight: 444.2 g Operating temperatures: -4°F to +122°F (-20°C to +50°C) Auto detect gas Battery operating times: 10 hours. While the gas is applied during calibration, the detector will Rechargeable battery: 8 hours in a temperature range from wait for up to 300 seconds to allow the gas to stabilize.
Standards and Certifications FCC Compliance This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. The Honeywell BW ™ Ultra gas detector is in conformity Operation is subject to the following two conditions: with the following standards and certifications: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
In ISA 60079-29-1, Honeywell BW ™ Ultra was tested only for IP54. Other IP ratings are not the scope of ISA 60079- 29-1. Honeywell BW ™ Ultra was pressure tested for 80, 100 and 120 kPa in ISA 60079-29-1. Outside of 80 - 120 kPa is NOT the scope of ISA 60079-29-1.
Sensor fails to zero during startup self-test Change the sensor. The detector does not activate. Depleted battery. Replace the battery. Damaged detector. Contact Honeywell. Detector automatically deactivates. Automatic deactivation due to critical low Replace the battery. battery. Lockout on Self-Test Error is enabled and Change the sensor.
Fleet Manager concentration a worker can be safely exposed to for short periods of time (5-15 minutes maximum). A proprietary, Windows-based software developed by Honeywell to configure and manage docking modules, calibration, bump tests, and data TWA Alarm logs. Fleet Manager II is available for download from The time-weighted average (TWA) is a safety measure used to calculate www.honeywellanalytics.com...