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Low Battery Alarm; Automatic Shutdown Alarm - Honeywell GasAlert Extreme User Manual

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GasAlert Extreme
User Manual

Low Battery Alarm

If a low battery alarm occurs, follow your company's safety procedures.
The detector tests the battery upon activation and continuously thereaf-
ter. If the battery voltage is low, the detector activates the low battery
alarm.
The low battery alarm continues until the battery is replaced or the bat-
tery power is almost depleted. If the battery voltage drops too low, the
detector automatically deactivates.
If the detector enters low battery alarm, the confidence beep
deactivates.
Replace the battery in only a safe area, free of hazardous
gas.

Automatic Shutdown Alarm

There are two situations when an automatic shutdown alarm occurs.
1. If the battery voltage is in immediate danger of falling below the
minimum operating voltage, the detector beeps and vibrates
eight times, and the LEDs flashes eight times. After 3 seconds,
the LCD deactivates and the detector deactivates.
The LCD periodically displays
depleted.
To replace the battery, refer to
31
Note
a Caution
until the battery power is
Replacing the Battery or
Note
The low battery alarm continues for approximately 30 minutes
before an automatic shutdown occurs.
2. If the calibration past due user option is enabled and the detector
is past the calibration due date, the detector automatically deacti-
vates.
Sensor.

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