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  • Page 1 User & Maintenance Manual MicroMAX Pro...
  • Page 2 MAN-MAXPRO REV. B.0. OTHER LUMIDOR PRODUCTS Other Lumidor Products Please visit our website at www.lumidor.com for other products that may be applicable to your needs. DISCLAIMER Notwithstanding any stated, written or implied warranty that may be associated with the sale, purchase, or use of its products, Lumidor, 11221 Interchange Circle South, Miramar, Florida, 33025, a subsidiary of Zellweger Analytics, will not be responsible for any damage or injury resulting to any person or...
  • Page 3 MAN-MAXPRO REV. B.0. CAUTIONS AND WARNINGS Cautions and Warnings WARNING DO NOT PROCEED BEFORE READING To ensure proper functioning and use of this product, do not use this instrument until you read and completely understand this operating manual. It contains operating and maintenance procedures to ensure proper instrument function.
  • Page 4 MAN-MAXPRO REV. B.0. CAUTIONS AND WARNINGS WARNING Use only the approved accessories indicated in this manual. Do not connect the instrument to a PC in a potentially hazardous environment. AUSTRALIAN OR NEW ZEALAND CUSTOMERS: Use only supplied type approved charger when charging from normal 240VAC outlet in Australia or New Zealand.
  • Page 5 MAN-MAXPRO REV. B.0. LIFETIME WARRANTY Lifetime Warranty This instrument is warranted, to the original end-user purchaser, against defects in materials and workmanship for the life of the product, excluding the battery and pump, which carry a two year limited warranty. During this period Lumidor will repair or replace defective parts on an exchange basis, F.O.B.
  • Page 6 MAN-MAXPRO REV. B.0. LIFETIME WARRANTY Conditions and Exclusions maintain this warranty, purchaser must perform maintenance and calibration as prescribed in the instrument operation manual, including prompt replacement or repair of defective parts and such other necessary calibration, maintenance and repair as may be required, according to the use of the instrument, in the reasonable judgment of Lumidor.
  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    MAN-MAXPRO REV. B.0. TABLE OF CONTENTS Section Page Table of Contents Preparation for Use 1.1 Unpacking 1.2 Charging General Description Features Operating Instructions 4.1 Turn-on 4.2 Standard Mode Sequence 4.3 Testing Sensors and Alarms 4.4 Continuous Monitoring 4.5 Remote Sampling (Pretesting) 4.6 Alarms 4.7 Clearing Memory 4.8 Turn-off...
  • Page 8 7.1 System Requirements 7.2 General Information 7.3 Program Installation 7.4 Uninstall Procedure 7.5 Starting the Program 7.6 Downloading Information from the MicroMax Pro 43 7.7 Displaying and Printing Data 7.7.1 Main Screen 7.7.2 Graph Screen 7.7.3 Current Calibration Records 7.7.4 Calibration History 7.7.5 Instrument Parameters...
  • Page 9 MAN-MAXPRO REV. B.0. TABLE OF CONTENTS Section Page 8.2 Alkaline Battery Pack Installation 8.3 NiMH Battery Pack Installation 8.4 NiMH Battery Pack – General Information 8.5 Sensor Replacement 8.6 Removing and Adding a Sensor 8.7 Cleaning 8.8 Pump Inlet Filter Replacement 8.9 Sampling Hose Maintenance 8.10 Storage 8.11 Sensor and Battery Disposal...
  • Page 10: Preparation For Use

    MAN-MAXPRO REV. B.0. 1. PREPARATION FOR USE 1. PREPARATION FOR USE UNPACKING Check for these items: • Packaging (retain for possible future use) • Instrument with internal rechargeable battery pack • Calibration certificate • Standard accessories: – AC battery charger –...
  • Page 11 “CHARGING BATTERY”. When charging is completed, “CHARGE COMPLETE” is displayed. The instrument is now fully charged and ready for use. If charging is attempted without the rechargeable battery, or with alkaline batteries, “CHECK BATTERY” is displayed. Figure 1 Charging the MicroMax Pro...
  • Page 12: General Description

    REV. B.0. 2. GENERAL DESCRIPTION 2. GENERAL DESCRIPTION The MicroMax Pro is a programmable instrument that can monitor one, two, three, four, or with Combo-Tox sensor, up to five gases. It combines proven sensor performance and electronics in a small, lightweight, and easy to use monitor. It...
  • Page 13 MAN-MAXPRO REV. B.0. 2. GENERAL DESCRIPTION Port Large Alarm LED Bar Inlet ON/OFF MODE Switch Switch Battery Compartment Rear View Figure 2 MicroMax Pro...
  • Page 14: Features

    MAN-MAXPRO REV. B.0. 3. FEATURES 3. FEATURES Liquid Crystal Display High contrast 4 lines by 16 character alphanumeric display that indicates gas concentration of up to four gases simultaneously. Display Backlighting Automatic fiber-optic backlight provides display readability in dim or dark environments. Automatic Toxic Sensor Recognition Microprocessor automatically recognizes toxic sensors when plugged in.
  • Page 15 MAN-MAXPRO REV. B.0. 3. FEATURES (10) Voice and Display Messaging User may select English, Spanish, French or German for voice and display messaging. (11) Battery Gauge This consists of B (for battery) and a maximum of 6 bars, as illustrated. Six bars represent full charge, while fewer bars indicate various stages of charge.
  • Page 16 MAN-MAXPRO REV. B.0. 3. FEATURES (15) User Selectable LEL Conversion Factors This feature allows instrument to accurately indicate the LEL level for a wide range of hydrocarbons after calibrating with the methane gas. (16) Multiple Gas Alarm Indicators Audible and visual alarms alert user of unsafe gas levels.
  • Page 17 4.0 and 4.2 volts. (23) Data Logging The MicroMax Pro is supplied with data logging capabilities and all necessary hardware, cables and software. There are 2400 data points for storage of up to 200 hours of data.
  • Page 18: Operating Instructions

    MAN-MAXPRO REV. B.0. 4. OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS 4. OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS MICROMAX PRO VER 5.0 TESTING PLEASE WAIT ZEROING PLEASE WAIT 19.5 LOW ALARM 23.5 HIGH ALARM VOICE ON READY 20.9 P 11:52 Figure 3 Default Turn-on Sequence...
  • Page 19: Turn-on

    MAN-MAXPRO REV. B.0. 4. OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS TURN-ON After charging the instrument, or installing fresh alkaline batteries, turn instrument on in clean air, by depressing the ON/OFF button until a confirming beep is heard. Release the ON/OFF button and instrument will display the firmware version number and “ON”...
  • Page 20: Testing Sensors And Alarms

    MAN-MAXPRO REV. B.0. 4. OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS Each standard mode option is available by depressing the MODE button sequentially. PEAK READING. The highest toxic and combustible gas levels and the lowest oxygen levels. Depressing the ON/OFF button while in this mode clears peak values. USER SETUP.
  • Page 21 MAN-MAXPRO REV. B.0. 4. OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS Instructions for using alarm check gas (part number Test 1A) • Turn monitor on in fresh air and allow it to go into normal operating mode. • Break shipping tab off canister. • Attach blue balloon on to black disk on alarm check gas hose.
  • Page 22: Continuous Monitoring

    MAN-MAXPRO REV. B.0. 4. OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS Figure 5 Alarm Check Gas CONTINUOUS MONITORING Lumidor recommends that the supplied dust filter (part number 16PFC) be attached at all times in pump mode if the instrument is being used in a dusty environment. Keeping dust out increases instrument life and lowers maintenance costs.
  • Page 23: Alarms

    MAN-MAXPRO REV. B.0. 4. OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS The following procedure is recommended: • Turn instrument on and allow to enter normal operating mode. • Be sure you are in pump mode. (“P” indicated in line 4 of display). • Test alarm function with gas as indicated in Section 4.3 Testing Sensors and Alarms..
  • Page 24: Clearing Memory

    Depress the ON/OFF button once to simultaneously clear memory and return to normal operating mode. TURN-OFF To turn the MicroMax Pro off, depress and hold the ON/OFF button, and instrument will beep 4 times. After the fourth beep, release the button, and instrument will indicate “POWER OFF”...
  • Page 25: Calibration

    MAN-MAXPRO REV. B.0. 5. CALIBRATION 5. CALIBRATION CALIBRATION FREQUENCY It is important to verify accuracy on a regular basis to guard against any unexpected loss of sensitivity due to mechanical damage, immersion, aging, or exposure of the sensors to poison (such as high concentration of combustible gas, tetra- ethel-lead, sulfides or silicone containing lubricants) present in the atmosphere being monitored.
  • Page 26: Calibration Procedure (when All Calibration Gases Are In A Single Canister)

    MAN-MAXPRO REV. B.0. 5. CALIBRATION CALIBRATION PROCEDURE (WHEN ALL CALIBRATION GASES ARE IN A SINGLE CANISTER) CAUTION Calibration should be carried out only in a clean air environment, known to be free of contaminants. Be sure the calibration gas is within the expiration date indicated.
  • Page 27: Calibration Procedure (when Not All Calibration Gases Are In Asingle Canister)

    MAN-MAXPRO REV. B.0. 5. CALIBRATION Figure 6 Calibrating the MicroMax Pro CALIBRATION PROCEDURE (WHEN NOT ALL CALIBRATION GASES ARE IN A SINGLE CANISTER) CAUTION Calibration should be carried out only in a clean air environment, known to be free of contaminants.
  • Page 28 MAN-MAXPRO REV. B.0. 5. CALIBRATION CAUTION Please refer to Appendices K and L for important additional information. • Use MODE button to scroll through mode functions to “USER SETUP”. • Depress ON/OFF button to enter “USER SETUP”. • Use MODE button to scroll to “CALIBRATE?”. •...
  • Page 29: Zeroing

    MAN-MAXPRO REV. B.0. 5. CALIBRATION • If a third calibration gas needs to be applied, after instrument displays “CAL COMPLETE”, depress the ON/ OFF button and follow the instructions on the display. • When “CAL COMPLETE” is displayed, remove gas and turn off gas flow.
  • Page 30: Programming

    6. PROGRAMMING PROGRAMMING OPTIONS Powerful programming options allow user to customize the MicroMax Pro. Some options are available in the user set-up mode (See Appendix D Mode Sequence, User Set-up Mode) but the majority of these options are available only in supervisory mode.
  • Page 31: Selecting Lel Gas Type

    MAN-MAXPRO REV. B.0. 6. PROGRAMMING • Low alarm set points/Low alarm disable (except O2) • Calibration due date displayed or not during start-up sequence, calibration due frequency • Language choice • TWA alarm on or off • Factory default settings •...
  • Page 32: Setting Date Format

    MAN-MAXPRO REV. B.0. 6. PROGRAMMING Specifications of this manual, provides data on the relative span of detectable gases. The 5 gases listed in the “SEL LEL GAS TYPE” function, with their relative spans, are: Methane Propane Pentane Hexane Xylene From these five gases, select the one with a relative span value closest to the relative span of your target gas.
  • Page 33: Setting Date/time

    MAN-MAXPRO REV. B.0. 6. PROGRAMMING desired, depress the ON/OFF button twice, (once to enter the menu, and again to change the date format) to: DD/MM 15/06/2000-13:50 (These numbers represent current date & time) If there is no reason to change the date or time, depress the ON/OFF button a further twelve times to exit.
  • Page 34: Selecting Data Log Frequency

    MAN-MAXPRO REV. B.0. 6. PROGRAMMING to select 4 and depress the ON/OFF switch to accept the 4. Use MODE to select 5 and ON/OFF to accept and exit this menu. The date and time are now correctly set. The “DAYLIGHT SAVING”...
  • Page 35: Displaying Last Calibration Date

    MAN-MAXPRO REV. B.0. 6. PROGRAMMING Use the ON/OFF button to enter the menu, change the setting to “OFF”, and exit the menu. Since zeroing is always done during the calibration process, proper instrument operation will be maintained if calibration is always carried out in a clean air environment.
  • Page 36: Setting Calibration Gas Level

    MAN-MAXPRO REV. B.0. 6. PROGRAMMING SETTING CALIBRATION GAS LEVEL The defaults, as well as the full range of programmable calibration gas levels, are set out in Appendix A Specifications - Section (K) User Programmable Calibration Gas Levels. If it is desired to change the default levels, enter the supervisory mode (See Section 6.1 Programming Options) and use the MODE button to scroll down to the “CAL GAS LEVEL”...
  • Page 37: Setting High Alarm

    MAN-MAXPRO REV. B.0. 6. PROGRAMMING Depress the ON/OFF button to select H2S (or other gas sensor in Tox 2 position). Depress the ON/OFF button to accept the level displayed or use the MODE button to increase or decrease the desired value, by 5ppm increments, in the range from 5ppm to 25ppm.
  • Page 38: Displaying Calibration Due Date

    MAN-MAXPRO REV. B.0. 6. PROGRAMMING LOW ALARM SET 19.5 Depress the ON/OFF button select the gas for which the alarm is being set. The procedure for low alarm is identical to that for setting high alarm in Section 6.10 Setting High Alarm, to which reference may be made.
  • Page 39: Choosing A Language

    MAN-MAXPRO REV. B.0. 6. PROGRAMMING “CALIBRATE?” and calibrate the instrument. (See Section 5 Calibration) 6.13 CHOOSING A LANGUAGE The default language is English. If a change to another language is desired, enter supervisory mode (See Section 6.1 Programming Options) and use the MODE button to scroll down to: LANGUAGE SET ENGLISH...
  • Page 40: Restoring Factory Defaults

    MAN-MAXPRO REV. B.0. 6. PROGRAMMING 6.15 RESTORING FACTORY DEFAULTS This supervisory option restores the instrument to all factory default settings. DEFAULT? A user who modified one or more settings in supervisory mode may depress the MODE button to bypass this function for the changes to take effect, or depress the ON/OFF button to abandon his changes and revert to the factory default settings.
  • Page 41: Data Logging

    The MaxPro Log software program for Windows is on a single CD and provides the tool necessary to transfer, save, retrieve, view, and print the data recorded in the MicroMax Pro instrument. It is a full function program that does not require an additional database program.
  • Page 42: Uninstall Procedure

    MAN-MAXPRO REV. B.0. 7. DATA LOGGING • If the installation program runs automatically, skip to the next step. Otherwise, go to Start à Run, then type X:\LUMIDORSETUP, where X represents the drive letter of your CD-ROM drive. In most cases, this will be D:\LUMIDORSETUP or E:\LUMIDORSETUP.
  • Page 43: Downloading Information From The Micromax Pro

    COM port on your computer that the download cable is connected to. Click on OK to return to the Main Screen (See Figure 7). DOWNLOADING INFORMATION FROM THE MICROMAX PRO The Download function allows you to transfer data from the instrument to the computer. •...
  • Page 44 MAN-MAXPRO REV. B.0. 7. DATA LOGGING • Click on Yes. The instrument will start to count up. This count also takes place on the computer screen. • After all data has been transferred, the instrument displays “DATA SENT”. Depending on the firmware version, the instrument either shuts itself off, or continues to run in the normal operating mode.
  • Page 45: Displaying And Printing Data

    MAN-MAXPRO REV. B.0. 7. DATA LOGGING DISPLAYING AND PRINTING DATA 7.7.1 Main Screen Information on the Main Screen includes the following (See Figure 7): • User information (employee’s name, instrument’s serial number and user ID) • Download information (date, time, and location that data is downloaded) •...
  • Page 46 MAN-MAXPRO REV. B.0. 7. DATA LOGGING immediate low and immediate high alarm, respectively, for O2 or combustible gases. On some occasions, TWA, STEL, or instantaneous alarms can occur simultaneously. As a result, any combination of those three types of alarm would be displayed before the gas reading.
  • Page 47: Graph Screen

    MAN-MAXPRO REV. B.0. 7. DATA LOGGING • For your convenience, information in this list can be sorted in ascending order by Employee, Serial #, Date, Time, or Location. To sort by any one of the above, simply click on the corresponding heading. •...
  • Page 48 MAN-MAXPRO REV. B.0. 7. DATA LOGGING • Graphs in different groups Note: The group number for the graphs corresponds with the one for the histogram. A curve cannot be plotted for a group with fewer than two data points. Graph Screen menu and toolbar Graph Screen data Figure 8 A screenshot of the Graph Screen.
  • Page 49: Current Calibration Records

    MAN-MAXPRO REV. B.0. 7. DATA LOGGING • To view the graphs of another group, click on the tab of the corresponding group number. • To view an enlarged single graph, simply double-click on the desired graph. – To print an enlarged single graph, click on the Print Graph button.
  • Page 50 MAN-MAXPRO REV. B.0. 7. DATA LOGGING Figure 9 A screenshot of the Current Calibration dialog box. • To display the current calibration records, click on the View menu and then on Current Calibration (or simply click on the View Current Calibration button on the toolbar of the Main Screen).
  • Page 51: Calibration History

    MAN-MAXPRO REV. B.0. 7. DATA LOGGING • To print the current calibration records for that download while on the Current Calibration dialog box, check on the “w/ Note” check box to indicate all the attached notes are to be printed along with the records (or uncheck it to print without the notes) and click on Print Records.
  • Page 52 MAN-MAXPRO REV. B.0. 7. DATA LOGGING Figure 10 A screenshot of the Calibration History dialog box. • To display the calibration history, click on the View menu and then on Calibration History (or simply click on the Calibration History button on the toolbar of the Main Screen).
  • Page 53: Instrument Parameters

    MAN-MAXPRO REV. B.0. 7. DATA LOGGING WARNING Keep in mind that the current calibration records are subsets of the calibration history, so any records deleted from either the Current Calibration dialog or the Calibration History dialog are permanently removed. • To add a note to a calibration record, select the record and click on the Add/View Note button.
  • Page 54 • MFG Date: The MFG Date is the manufacture date of your MicroMax Pro instrument. Prior to downloading, 99/12 is displayed. After downloading, your instrument’s manufacture date is indicated in this field. It is set at the factory and cannot...
  • Page 55 Screen’s toolbar and select the appropriate time zone. • Language: There are four kinds of languages available in the MicroMax Pro instrument: English, Spanish, French and German. Both visual and audible messages can be set for the chosen language. The default setting is English. To select another language, click the down arrow and select from the list.
  • Page 56 LEL gas type, select the appropriate type from the list. • Auto-zero: If this feature is enabled on the MicroMax Pro, the instrument will automatically zero itself during the start- up routine. (Regardless, zeroing takes place each time a calibration is completely done).
  • Page 57 MAN-MAXPRO REV. B.0. 7. DATA LOGGING default setting is OFF. To turn on this feature, select ON for Latching Alarm. • Voice: This feature enables voice messaging while operating the instrument. The default setting is ON. To turn off this feature, select OFF for Voice. •...
  • Page 58 MAN-MAXPRO REV. B.0. 7. DATA LOGGING • TWA (TWA alarm levels) • STEL (STEL alarm levels) • Inst. (Instantaneous alarm levels) • Calibration Level Note: Once the gas is chosen, the program automatically provides the correct default TWA alarm levels that conform to United States OSHA recommendations.
  • Page 59: Editing Location

    In this dialog box, enter a note for the opened file (up to 2000 characters), and click Save. 7.10 UPLOADING INFORMATION TO THE MICROMAX PRO The Upload function allows you to transfer information from the computer to the instrument. It provides the capability to set...
  • Page 60: Importing Files

    MAN-MAXPRO REV. B.0. 7. DATA LOGGING • In this dialog box, modify the instrument parameters as desired (See Section 7.7.5 Instrument Parameters). CAUTION Make sure that you have the correct type and number of gases. • After verifying that all information is correct, click on the Upload Instrument Parameters button.
  • Page 61: Archiving Data

    MAN-MAXPRO REV. B.0. 7. DATA LOGGING • Select the directory and click OK. The files can now be accessed in the Open dialog. Figure 12 A screenshot of the Import File dialog box. 7.12 ARCHIVING DATA The Archive Data function enables data files to be stored as an archived file with a .csv extension.
  • Page 62: Recovering Data

    MAN-MAXPRO REV. B.0. 7. DATA LOGGING • The file can be opened in most major spreadsheet programs (such as Microsoft Excel). Figure 13 A screenshot of the Archive Data dialog box. 7.13 RECOVERING DATA The Recover Data function enables the transfer of missing data from a temporary file to the Open dialog for easy access if a file cannot be accessed after a successful download.
  • Page 63: Getting Help

    MAN-MAXPRO REV. B.0. 7. DATA LOGGING Figure 14 A screenshot of the Recover Data dialog box. 7.14 GETTING HELP 7.14.1 Using MaxPro Log Help The help function is available from the Main Screen, the Graph Screen, and the Upload/Modify Instrument Parameters dialog box.
  • Page 64: Maintenance

    MAN-MAXPRO REV. B.0. 8. MAINTENANCE 8. MAINTENANCE BATTERY INSTALLATION CAUTION Use only MPRO NiMH rechargeable battery pack or MPRO alkaline battery holder with 4 each of the following alkaline cells only: Duracell Pro-cell-2400, Duracell MN- 2400 and Eveready E-92 or EN-92. Observe proper polarity when installing alkaline batteries.
  • Page 65: Nimh Battery Pack Installation

    MAN-MAXPRO REV. B.0. 8. MAINTENANCE 1/2 turn to release Figure 15 Battery Compartment Figure 16 Battery Pack Orientation NIMH BATTERY PACK INSTALLATION • Refer to Section 8.1 Battery Installation. • Remove existing battery pack. • Insert the MPRO NiMH rechargeable battery pack into battery compartment as shown.
  • Page 66: Nimh Battery Pack - General Information

    MAN-MAXPRO REV. B.0. 8. MAINTENANCE connector end faces the rear of the instrument where it makes electrical contact. Once the end with the connector is pushed in, the rear of the battery pack may now be pushed down. • Push down cover and secure with a half turn clockwise on screw.
  • Page 67: Removing And Adding A Sensor

    MAN-MAXPRO REV. B.0. 8. MAINTENANCE • Reconnect battery connector. • Install case cover and secure with 4 case screws. • Allow sensors to stabilize for 15 minutes prior to turn-on. • Calibrate the instrument. REMOVING AND ADDING A SENSOR CAUTION If you are adding or removing a sensor, be aware of the following: •...
  • Page 68: Sampling Hose Maintenance

    MAN-MAXPRO REV. B.0. 8. MAINTENANCE with 0.05” of tubing (Part number GFV194). The new filter is held in place by the tubing (Part number GFV194). SAMPLING HOSE MAINTENANCE • Check water trap (Part number GFV196), the spherical disc located near the middle of the sampling hose, periodically to make sure it is clean and unobstructed.
  • Page 69 MAN-MAXPRO REV. B.0. 8. MAINTENANCE Battery pack connector Gas plate Figure 17 Sensor Replacement...
  • Page 70: Troubleshooting

    MAN-MAXPRO REV. B.0. 9. TROUBLESHOOTING 9. TROUBLESHOOTING SENSOR NOT RECOGNIZED (“XXX” DISPLAYED) When “XXX” is shown in sensor position on the display, it indicates a missing or defective sensor. If it is a LEL sensor, the sensor may need to be zeroed using the procedure in Section 9.2 “LEL FAIL”...
  • Page 71: Low Flow Alarm When Sampling Hose Attached

    MAN-MAXPRO REV. B.0. 9. TROUBLESHOOTING LOW FLOW ALARM WHEN SAMPLING HOSE ATTACHED Low flow alarm is activated when a sampling hose is connected. Clean the stone filter at end of sampling hose. Make sure that the sampling hose, or water-trap is not “kinked”...
  • Page 72: Appendix A Specifications

    MAN-MAXPRO REV. B.0. APPENDIX A - SPECIFICATIONS APPENDIX A SPECIFICATIONS Mechanical Dimensions 4.75”L x 3”H x 1.8”D (120.65mm x 76.2mm x 45.72mm) Weight < 17.6 ounces (498.96 grams) Operating Temperature Range -4 degrees F to + 122 degrees F (-20 degrees C to + 50 degrees C) Operating Relative Humidity Range Continuous 0-90% (Noncondensing)
  • Page 73 MAN-MAXPRO REV. B.0. APPENDIX A - SPECIFICATIONS Gas Ranges and Resolution Sensor Instrument Resolution Range Combustible (LEL) 0-100% LEL 1%LEL Combustible (% by vol.) * 0-100% CH4 0.1%(0-9.9%), 1%(10-100%) Oxygen (O2) 0-40% 0.1% Carbon Monoxide (CO) 0-999PPM 1PPM Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S) 0-500PPM 1PPM Sulfur Dioxide (SO2)
  • Page 74 MAN-MAXPRO REV. B.0. APPENDIX A - SPECIFICATIONS User Programmable High and Low Alarm Set Points Sensor Increment Low Range/(Default) High Range/(Default) Oxygen (O2) 0.5% 18.0-20.5% (19.5%) 21.5-25% (23.5%) Combustible (% LEL) 5% LEL 5-20%LEL (10% LEL) 15-50%LEL (20% LEL) Combustible (% by vol.) 0.1% 0.3 - 0.8% (0.5%) 0.9 - 2.0% (1.0%)
  • Page 75 MAN-MAXPRO REV. B.0. APPENDIX A - SPECIFICATIONS User Programmable Calibration Gas Levels Sensor Increment Range Defaults Combustible (% LEL) 5% LEL 5-60% LEL 50% LEL Combustible (% by vol.) 0.5% 1.0-3.0% 2.5% CH4 Carbon monoxide (CO) 5PPM 50-300PPM 50PPM Hydrogen sulfide (H2S) 5PPM 5-25PPM 25PPM...
  • Page 76 MAN-MAXPRO REV. B.0. APPENDIX A - SPECIFICATIONS Cross Sensitivity Data Cross Sensitivity Data-Toxic CARBON MONOXIDE CONCENTRATION TYPICAL RESPONSE (PPM) (PPM) Hydrogen 1000 Methane 10,000 <1 Ethylene Carbon Monoxide Carbon Dioxide 25,000 <2 Sulfur Dioxide Nitric Oxide Hydrogen Sulfide HYDROGEN SULFIDE CONCENTRATION TYPICAL RESPONSE (PPM)
  • Page 77 MAN-MAXPRO REV. B.0. APPENDIX A - SPECIFICATIONS PHOSPHINE CONCENTRATION TYPICAL RESPONSE Arsine 150ppb 120ppb Silane 1000ppb 900ppb Diborane 300ppb 100ppb Germane 600ppb 510ppb Sulphur Dioxide 5ppm 1ppm Hydrogen 100ppm <0.1ppm Ethylene 100ppm 1.8ppm AMMONIA CONCENTRTION TYPICAL RESPONSE (PPM) (PPM) Hydrogen Sulfide 0 (NOTE 1) Sulfur Dioxide Hydrochloric Acid...
  • Page 78 MAN-MAXPRO REV. B.0. APPENDIX A - SPECIFICATIONS HYDROGEN CYANIDE GAS (PPM) CONCENTRATION TYPICAL RESPONSE (PPM) (PPM) Hydrogen Sulfide Sulfur Dioxide 0 (Note) Hydrochloric Acid 0 (Note) Phosphine Carbon Monoxide 1000 Carbon Dioxide 5000 Nitrogen 1,000,000 Chlorine Neg. 1 Hydrogen 1000 Nitrogen Dioxide Neg.
  • Page 79 MAN-MAXPRO REV. B.0. APPENDIX A - SPECIFICATIONS CHLORINE CONCENTRATION TYPICAL RESPONSE (PPM) (PPM) Hydrogen Sulfide Neg. 0.3 (Note 1) Sulfur Dioxide Carbon Monoxide Carbon Dioxide 10,000 Nitrogen 1,000,000 Nitrogen Dioxide Bromine Fluorine 0.44 Chlorine Dioxide 0.25 0.05 Hydrogen Chloride Hydrocarbons 10,000 Hydrogen 1000...
  • Page 80 MAN-MAXPRO REV. B.0. APPENDIX A - SPECIFICATIONS COMBO-TOX (CO/H2S) CONCENTRATION RESPONSE (PPM) (PPM) Hydrogen Sulfide Sulfur Dioxide Nitric Oxide Nitrogen Dioxide Neg3 Chlorine <Neg1 Hydrogen <40 LEL Cross Sensitivity Data CAUTION The following is not applicable to CH4 % by volume sensor) Gas/Vapor Relative Span...
  • Page 81 MAN-MAXPRO REV. B.0. APPENDIX A - SPECIFICATIONS Gas/Vapor Relative Span Methanol Methylamine Methylethylketone Methyl,t-butylether n-Propanol Octane Pentane Propane Propan-2-ol (IPA) Propylene Propylene Oxide Styrene Tetrahydrofuran Toluene t-Butylalcohol Xylene Note: This section below should be disregarded if you have chosen the "LEL GAS TYPE" in the supervisory mode). The cross sensitivity data above contains the relative span for a number of combustible gases.
  • Page 82 ------------------------ - = 34.9%LEL propane General Sample Flow Rate: The pump in the Micromax Pro samples at 450 cc/minute. Use of the supplied sampling accessories requires the user to be aware that delay time will occur based on the length of tubing.
  • Page 83 MAN-MAXPRO REV. B.0. APPENDIX A - SPECIFICATIONS Oxygen Enriched Atmospheres: This instrument is safe for use in normal oxygen (20.9%v/v) atmosphere. In enriched oxygen atmospheres (above 21%) extreme caution should be exercised as electrical safety certification is not applicable nor has it been tested as being safe to use in such atmospheres.
  • Page 84: Appendix B Turn-on Sequence

    MAN-MAXPRO REV. B.0. APPENDIX B - TURN-ON SEQUENCE APPENDIX B TURN-ON SEQUENCE DISPLAY SPEAKER MICROMAX PRO VER 5.0 BEEP FLASH “MICROMAX-PRO ON” TESTING PLEASE WAIT BEEP “TESTING PLEASE WAIT” IF ”AUTO ZERO” IS ON ZEROING (DEFAULT=ON) PLEASE WAIT BEEP “ZEROING PLEASE WAIT”...
  • Page 85 MAN-MAXPRO REV. B.0. APPENDIX B - TURN-ON SEQUENCE SPEAKER ONLY IF SELECTED (DEFAULT=OFF) LAST CALIBRATED BEEP 03/28/2000 ONLY IF SELECTED (DEFAULT=OFF) CALIBRATION DUE 04/28/2000 BEEP DEFAULT VALUES SHOWN 19.5 10 LOW ALARM BEEP DEFAULT VALUES SHOWN 23.5 20 HIGH ALARM BEEP...
  • Page 86 MAN-MAXPRO REV. B.0. APPENDIX B - TURN-ON SEQUENCE SPEAKER 1 BEEP” VOICE ON READY 3 BEEPS, FLASHES “MICROMAX PRO READY”” NORMAL OPERATING 20.9 MODE P 11:52 Note: Max time from “Turn On” to “Ready” does not exceed 80 seconds.
  • Page 87: Appendix C Mode Sequence, Standard Mode

    MAN-MAXPRO REV. B.0. APPENDIX C - MODE SEQUENCE, STANDARD MODE APPENDIX C MODE SEQUENCE, STANDARD MODE SPEAKER 20.1 BEEP, PEAK READING “PEAK READINGS” TO CLEAR TO CLEAR PEAK VALUES PEAK VALUES 20.9 PEAK CLEARED 3 BEEPS, “CLEARED” STEL READING BEEP, “STEL READINGS”...
  • Page 88: Appendix D Mode Sequence, User Set-up Mode

    MAN-MAXPRO REV. B.0. APPENDIX D - MODE SEQUENCE, USER SET-UP MODE APPENDIX D MODE SEQUENCE, USER SET-UP MODE Note: See Appendix C Mode Sequence, Standard Mode for how to enter User Set-up Mode. SPEAKER DEFAULT=ON PUMP STATUS BEEP “PUMP ON” “PUMP OFF”...
  • Page 89 MAN-MAXPRO REV. B.0. APPENDIX D - MODE SEQUENCE, USER SET-UP MODE Calibration SPEAKER 20.9 0 TO ENTER CALIBRATE? CAL MODE BEEP “CALIBRATION MODE ON” TO ZERO AND EXIT, WITHOUT CALIBRATING, MODE HOLD 3 SEC ZEROING PLEASE WAIT 3 BEEPS, ANYTIME “ZEROING COMPLETE”...
  • Page 90 MAN-MAXPRO REV. B.0. APPENDIX D - MODE SEQUENCE, USER SET-UP MODE Calibration SPEAKER CALIBRATING BEEP PLEASE WAIT “CALIBRATING” “CALIBRATION COMPLETE” (ONLY SHOWS GASES CAL COMPLETE CALIBRATED) 3 BEEPS “CALIBRATION COMPLETE” OX LEL C0 H2S 20.9 APPLY GAS GASES CAL PURGING “APPLY CORRECTLY? PLEASE WAIT...
  • Page 91 MAN-MAXPRO REV. B.0. APPENDIX D - MODE SEQUENCE, USER SET-UP MODE Calibration Failure SPEAKER APPLY GAS TIME 3 BEEPS, “CALIBRATION FAIL” APPLY GAS CAL FAILURE 20.9 0 P 08:49...
  • Page 92: Appendix E Alarm Modes

    MAN-MAXPRO REV. B.0. APPENDIX E - ALARM MODES APPENDIX E ALARM MODES SPEAKER LOW GAS ALARM 20.9 FLASH 3 BEEPS (VOICE: DANGER WARNING “WARNING” OR FOR O2 ONLY) P 08:49 “DANGER” FOR O2 HIGH GAS 20.9 ALARM DANGER FLASH 3 BEEPS P 08:49 “DANGER”...
  • Page 93 MAN-MAXPRO REV. B.0. APPENDIX E - ALARM MODES SPEAKER LOW BATTERY 20.9 WARNING 2 SHORT BEEPS, 15 TO LOW BATTERY 20 SEC. P 08:49 BATTERY 20.9 DEPLETED BATT. DEPLETED 5 BEEPS P 08:49 TURN OFF...
  • Page 94: Appendix F Charging Screens

    MAN-MAXPRO REV. B.0. APPENDIX F - CHARGING SCREENS APPENDIX F CHARGING SCREENS “BLANK” When unit is turned off. When an attempt is made to turn on but battery is very low. “CHARGING” When charger is connected and charging. CHARGING BATTERY “CHARGE COMPLETE”...
  • Page 95: Appendix G Calibration Kits

    MAN-MAXPRO REV. B.0. APPENDIX G - CALIBRATION KITS APPENDIX G CALIBRATION KITS Model No. Description MPRO-KIT # 1 Kit containing 58-liter calibration gas cylinder (GFV207-CH4, CO, H2S, balance air), regulator with gauge, tubing, and high impact waterproof carrying case (MCC215A). MPRO-KIT # 1 - MINI Kit containing 34-liter calibration gas cylinder (GFV243-CH4, CO, H2S, balance air), regulator, tubing, and...
  • Page 96: Appendix H Optional Accessories

    MAN-MAXPRO REV. B.0. APPENDIX H - OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES APPENDIX H OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES Model No. Description MPRO-EAR Earphone assembly MPRO-VIB Vibrator assembly MPRO-15 Adapter for charging a single battery MPRO-2 230V 50Hz AC charger MPRO-6 Vehicle charger MAX-18 Collapsible fiberglass search probe (30") MAX-19 Collapsible aluminum search probe (30") 16-21...
  • Page 97: Appendix I Replacement Parts

    MAN-MAXPRO REV. B.0. APPENDIX I - REPLACEMENT PARTS APPENDIX I REPLACEMENT PARTS PART NUMBER DESCRIPTION MPRO-BPR NiMH rechargeable battery pack MPRO-1 120V AC 4hr charger for MPRO-BPR MPRO-BPA Alkaline battery holder MCF-930 Rubber boot 16-27 Sampling hose (10’) with water and dust filters 16-27T Sampling hose (10') with water and dust...
  • Page 98 MAN-MAXPRO REV. B.0. APPENDIX I - REPLACEMENT PARTS MAX-TOX CO/H2S COMBO-TOX sensor w/ID board MPRO-SB Sensor board assembly MPRO-DB Digital board assembly MPRO-VB Voice board assembly MPRO-GSP Pump assembly MPRO-MC Main case assembly HSR476 Case screw (4 required) XIF936 Gas-plate hole plug MAX-IF Inlet fitting with “O”...
  • Page 99: Appendix J Calibrating With Multiple Canisters

    MAN-MAXPRO REV. B.0. APPENDIX J - CALIBRATING WITH MULTIPLE CANISTERS APPENDIX J CALIBRATING WITH MULTIPLE CANISTERS Whether the calibration procedure falls under Section 5.2 Calibration Procedure (when all calibration gases are in a single canister) or under Section 5.3 Calibration Procedure (when not all calibration gases are in a single canister) is dependent on the instrument's sensor complement.
  • Page 100 MAN-MAXPRO REV. B.0. APPENDIX J - CALIBRATING WITH MULTIPLE CANISTERS MPRO-4ABCH (O2, LEL, CO and SO2). Follow the procedure in Section 5.2 Calibration Procedure (when all calibration gases are in a single canister) because all the calibration gases are in one canister (GFV279). MPRO-2AC (O2 &...
  • Page 101: Appendix K Calibration Gases

    MAN-MAXPRO REV. B.0. APPENDIX K - CALIBRATION GASES APPENDIX K CALIBRATION GASES PART NO. GAS COMPLEMENT VOLUME (Liters) GFV207 50% LEL CH4, 50PPM CO, 25PPM H2S, BAL. AIR GFV243 50% LEL CH4, 50PPM CO, 25PPM H2S, BAL. AIR GFV279 50% LEL CH4, 50PPM CO, 10PPM SO2, BAL. AIR GFV123 50% LEL CH4, 50PPM CO, BAL.
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