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GasAlert Extreme
User Manual
Alarm
Automatic Shutdown Alarm:
(Low battery)
Eight beeps, flashes, and vibrations
LOW
displays
Automatic Shutdown Alarm:
(After Automatic Shutdown Alarm)
No beep
No flash or vibrations
displays for a short time
The high alarm and STEL alarm have the same priority. A high alarm and/or STEL alarm overrides a low alarm and/or TWA alarm. To check
STEL and TWA alarms specifically, press and hold
The vibrator alarm is disabled at -20°C.
The high and low alarms deactivate when the gas concentration is lower than the low alarm setpoint. If the alarms are set to latch, alarms
persist until the gas concentration is below the alarm setpoint and the alarms have been acknowledged by pressing
alarms deactivate by clearing the TWA and STEL peak exposure. Refer to
27
Table 6. Alarms
Display
Automatic Shutdown Alarm:
(Calibration past)
Eight beeps, flashes, and vibrations
Confidence Beep:
One beep every 5 seconds
One quick vibration per minute
If the detector enters low battery
alarm, the confidence beep deacti-
vates.
Note
C
D
and
simultaneously.
Clearing Gas
Alarm
Note
C
Exposures.
Display
. The TWA and STEL

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