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User Manual
GasAlert Max
1, 2, 3, and 4 Gas Detectors
D1430/4 [English]
iERP: 122414
© BW Technologies 2006. All rights reserved. Printed in Canada.
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User ManualGasAlert Max1, 2, 3, and 4 Gas Detectors D1430/4 [English]iERP: 122414© BW Technologies 2006. All rights reserved. Printed in Canada.All

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GasAlertMax User Manual CAUTION: FOR SAFETY REASONS THIS EQUIPMENT MUST BE OPERATED AND SERVICED BY QUALIFIED PERSONNEL ONLY. READ AND UNDERSTAND INST

Page 3 - Table of Contents

GasAlertMax Introduction a Warning To ensure your personal safety, read “Safety Information” before you use the detector. The GasAlertMax gas detect

Page 4 - Title Page

GasAlertMax User Manual 2 Contacting BW Technologies To contact BW Technologies, call: USA: 1-888-749-8878 Canada: 1-800-663-4164 Europe: +44 (0) 1295

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GasAlertMax Safety Information - Read First 3a Cautions To avoid possible personal injury: ⇒ Warning: Substitution of components may impair Int

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GasAlertMax User Manual 4 a Cautions ⇒ BW recommends to “bump test” the sensors before each day’s use, to confirm their ability to respond to gas by

Page 7 - List of Tables

GasAlertMax Safety Information - Read First 5a Cautions To avoid possible damage to the detector: ⇒ Extended exposure of the GasAlertMax to cer

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GasAlertMax User Manual Getting Started The items listed below are included with your detector. If the detector is damaged or something is missing, co

Page 9 - List of Figures

GasAlertMax Getting Started Figure 1. GasAlertMax Detector Table 3. GasAlertMax Detector Item Description 1 Audible alarm 2 Visual alarm bar

Page 10 - Order Number Description

GasAlertMax User Manual Table 4. Display Elements Item Description 1 Set value 2 Increment or decrement value 3 Gas cylinder 4 Battery 5 Automatica

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GasAlertMax Getting Started Table 5. Pushbuttons Pushbutton Description F • To activate the detector press F. • To deactivate the detector, pr

Page 12 - Contacting BW Technologies

Limited Warranty & Limitation of Liability BW Technologies LP (BW) warrants this product to be free from defects in material and workmanship under

Page 13 - GasAlertMax

GasAlertMax User Manual Activating the Detector Note The detector must be activated before entering a potentially explosive area. To activate the det

Page 14 - Cautions

GasAlertMax Activating the Detector User Downloadable Datalogger The detector tests the MMC. The LCD displays if the card is present and ready f

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GasAlertMax User Manual 7. The calibration status is shown. The number of days remaining before a calibration is due is displayed. If the calibrat

Page 16 - Getting Started

GasAlertMax Activating the Detector 9. The detector then runs a pump test check (if enabled in the user options). 10. The oxygen sensor is the

Page 17 - Item Description

GasAlertMax User Manual Self-Test Pass If the detector passes the self-test, the detector begins normal operation. The LCD displays the ambient gas r

Page 18 - Figure 2. Display Elements

GasAlertMax Confidence Beep Confidence Beep The confidence beep notifies that the detector is activated and the battery has sufficient power to

Page 19 - Pushbutton Description

GasAlertMax User Manual To access the user options menu, activate the detector (if applicable). Press H and G simultaneously until the LCD displays t

Page 20 - Activating the Detector

GasAlertMax User Options Menu The date and time displays in the following order: Day of the week (Monday = 1), Hours (h), Minutes, Date (D),

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GasAlertMax User Manual Pass Code Protection Option Pass code protection prevents unauthorized personnel from accessing to the user option menu, cali

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GasAlertMax User Options Menu Enable/Disable Pass Code Protect To enter the pass code protection option, press C when the LCD displays PASS Lock

Page 23 - Pump Test

Table of Contents Title Page Introduction...

Page 24 - Deactivating the Detector

GasAlertMax User Manual Note Whenever you enter the latching alarm option, it toggles the option on or off (depending on its current status). The LCD

Page 25 - User Options Menu

GasAlertMax User Options Menu Calibration Span Concentration Option With this option you can input new gas concentrations before calibrating you

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GasAlertMax User Manual Pump Test Option The pump test option allows you to enable or disable the pump test at start-up. Enabling this option allows

Page 27 - User Options Menu

GasAlertMax User Options Menu German Language Option The detector’s text can be viewed in either English or German. This option allows you to to

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GasAlertMax User Manual Alarms Table 6 describes the detector alarms and shows how the LCD looks for each alarm. Table 7 describes the computed gas e

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GasAlertMax Alarms Table 6. Alarms Alarms Display Alarms Display Over Range Alarm: (Over Level Exposure) • Fast modulating beep and flash •

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GasAlertMax User Manual Table 6. Alarms Alarms Display Alarms Display Low Battery Alarm: (Confidence beep disabled) • One beep and one flash every 5

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GasAlertMax Alarms Gas Exposures Computed a Warning To avoid possible personal injury, do not deactivate the detector during a work shift. The d

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GasAlertMax User Manual Viewing Gas Exposures Press G and C simultaneously and the LCD first displays the TWA gas exposure. The LCD then shows the

Page 33 - German Language Option

GasAlertMax Alarms Gas Alarm Setpoints The detector's gas alarm setpoints trigger the gas alarms described in the table below. Table 8. Gas

Page 34 - Table 6. Alarms

GasAlertMax User Manual Title Page Sampling Hose...

Page 35 - Alarms

GasAlertMax User Manual To change the factory-set alarm setpoints, refer to the Calibration and Setting Alarm Setpoints section. Note You can disable

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GasAlertMax Alarms Pump Failure Alarm This alarm activates if the startup pump test has failed or the pump is missing/broken. Note The pump ma

Page 37 - Gas Exposures Computed

GasAlertMax User Manual Calibration and Setting Alarm Setpoints Guidelines When calibrating the detector, adhere to the following guidelines. • Reco

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GasAlertMax Calibration and Setting Alarm Setpoints • Calibrate only in a clean atmosphere, which is free of background gas. • To disable an a

Page 39 - Oxygen Alarm Setpoints

GasAlertMax User Manual Diagnostics Protection The detector tests the ambient air (auto zero) and the test gas that is applied (auto span) to ensure

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GasAlertMax Calibration and Setting Alarm Setpoints Calibration Procedure To calibrate the detector and set its alarm setpoints, perform the fol

Page 41 - Automatic Shutdown Alarm

GasAlertMax User Manual Pass Code Protect Activated After a successful auto zero, the detector asks for the pass code if the detector is pass code pr

Page 42 - Guidelines

GasAlertMax Calibration and Setting Alarm Setpoints Auto Span The LCD displays K prompting you to apply the calibration gas to the sensors or yo

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GasAlertMax User Manual Setting the Alarm Setpoints Note TWA, STEL, low, and high alarm setpoints are set for each sensor in the following order: H2S

Page 44 - Applying Gas to the Sensors

GasAlertMax Calibration and Setting Alarm Setpoints Setting the Calibration Due Date After all the alarm setpoints have been set, the LCD displa

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Title Page Replacement Parts and Accessories...56 Sp

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GasAlertMax User Manual Pump Calibration The pump needs recalibration if the pump alarm continues for more than 5 seconds and the LCD displays that t

Page 47 - Auto Span

GasAlertMax Pump Calibration Pump Calibration Pass If the pump calibration/pump test passes, the audible alarm beeps three times, the LCD displa

Page 48 - Setting the Alarm Setpoints

GasAlertMax User Manual Sampling Hose The sampling hose can be used to draw a gas sample from a remote area. For instructions on how to connect the s

Page 49 - Verification

GasAlertMax MultiMediaCard (MMC) Installing the MMC Card Reader To retrieve recorded data, an MMC reader has to be configured and installed on y

Page 50 - Pump Calibration

GasAlertMax User Manual 3. Remove the MMC from the datalogger and insert it back into the card reader. 4. Double-click on the My Computer icon. 5.

Page 51 - Pump Calibration Fail

GasAlertMax MultiMediaCard (MMC) Determining Application Compatibility To determine if the application selected is compatible: 1. Insert the MM

Page 52 - MultiMediaCard (MMC)

GasAlertMax User Manual Table 11. Datalogger Status Codes Codes Explanation General Codes — Normal operation G Backlight is on Sensor Codes L Low al

Page 53 - Recovering Data Files

GasAlertMax MultiMediaCard (MMC) Example of a CSV File When datalogger information is imported into most spreadsheet software, it will appear si

Page 54 - Importing the Data File

GasAlertMax User Manual Description of Line Examples This example shows the following information: Line 1: TWA alarm setpoints (code 3) for H2S and C

Page 55 - MultiMediaCard (MMC)

GasAlertMax Maintenance Maintenance To keep the detector in good operating condition, perform the following basic maintenance as required: • Ca

Page 56 - Codes Explanation

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Page 57 - Example of a CSV File

GasAlertMax User Manual The following table and figure illustrate how to replace the battery. If the detector is activated, deactivate the detector b

Page 58 - Description of Line Examples

GasAlertMax Maintenance Replacing a Sensor, Pump, or Pump Filter aWarning To avoid personal injury, use only sensors specifically designed for t

Page 59 - Maintenance

GasAlertMax User Manual The following table and figure illustrate how to replace a sensor, pump, or pump filter. If the detector is activated, deacti

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GasAlertMax Troubleshooting TroubleshootingThe detector’s electronics are protected from variations in humidity and corrosive atmospheres. If yo

Page 61 - Replacing/Adding a Sensor

GasAlertMax User Manual Table 15. Troubleshooting Tips Problem Possible Cause Solution The activation self-test fails during one of the checks. → Gen

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GasAlertMax Troubleshooting Table 15. Troubleshooting Tips Problem Possible Cause Solution The detector does not enter alarm. → Alarm setpoint

Page 63 - Troubleshooting

GasAlertMax User Manual Replacement Parts and Accessories a Warning To avoid personal injury or damage to the detector, use only the specified replac

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GasAlertMax Model No. Description Qty M1806 Replacement tube for sampling hose /ft. M0931K Quick connector spares for sampling hose 2 GA-C

Page 65 - Troubleshooting

GasAlertMax User Manual O2 measuring principle: Capillary controlled concentration sensor Pump flow rate: 250 ml/min. (minimum) Detection techniques:

Page 66 - Model No. Description Qty

GasAlertMax Specifications First-time charge: NiCd: 6 hours for two batteries NiMH: 12 hours for two batteries Normal charge: NiCd: 3-4 hours

Page 67 - Specifications

List of Tables Table Title Page GasAlertMax Gas Detector ...viii 1.

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GasAlertMax User Manual • Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. • Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. • Connect the

Page 69 - Specifications

GasAlertMax Specifications Download via: USB, parallel port, floppy disk, or PC card adapter. Software required: Spreadsheet or database compati

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User ManualGasAlert Max1, 2, 3, and 4 Gas Detectors D1430/4 [English]iERP: 122414© BW Technologies 2006. All rights reserved. Printed in Canada.All

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List of Figures Figure Title Page 1. GasAlertMax Detector.......................

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