MeshGuard LEL IR
MeshGuard CO2 IR
User’s Guide
Rev. C
October 2015
P/N D01-4027-000
© Copyright 2015 RAE Systems by Honeywell.
MeshGuard LEL IR & MeshGuard CO2 IR User’s Guide
Contents
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Proper Product Disposal At End Of Life ................................. 6
Standard Kit ............................................................................. 7
General Information ................................................................. 7
Physical Description ................................................................ 9
4.1
LCD Display ............................................................ 10
4.2
Specifications ........................................................... 11
Operating The Instrument ...................................................... 13
5.1
Turning The Instrument On ..................................... 13
5.2
Turning The Instrument Off..................................... 14
5.3
Low Battery Indicator & Action .............................. 15
5.4
Over Range Alarm ................................................... 15
5.5
Wireless Communication Indicator ......................... 16
5.6
Operation Modes ...................................................... 17
5.7
Detection Mode ........................................................ 19
5.8
Manually Sending Data............................................ 20
5.9
Programming Mode ................................................. 21
5.9.1 Entering Programming Mode .............................. 22
5.9.2 Exiting Programming Mode ................................ 23
5.9.7 Change SPAN value ............................................ 30
5.9.8 Change Pan ID ..................................................... 31
5.9.9 Join Mesh Network .............................................. 31
5.9.10 Change Communication Interval ....................... 31
Diagnostic Mode .................................................................... 33
6.1
Entering Diagnostic Mode ....................................... 33
6.2
Exiting Diagnostic Mode ......................................... 34
6.3
Diagnostic Mode Readings ...................................... 34
6.3.1 Sensor Raw Count................................................ 34
6.3.2 Battery Raw Count ............................................... 34
6.3.3 Temperature Raw Count ...................................... 34
6.3.4 Zero Raw Count ................................................... 35
6.3.5 Calibration Delta Counts...................................... 35
6.3.6 Radio Type ........................................................... 35
6.3.7 Radio Module Firmware Version ........................ 35
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6.4
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Diagnostic Mode Programming ............................... 36
6.4.1 Radio Enable/Disable........................................... 38
6.4.2 Enable STD or RTR ............................................. 38
6.4.3 Factory Setting ..................................................... 38
6.4.4 Audible & Visible Alarm Enable/Disable ........... 38
Sensor And Battery Replacement .......................................... 39
7.1
External Battery Usage ............................................ 40
7.2
Replacing The Internal Battery ................................ 42
7.3
Sensor Filter Replacement ....................................... 43
7.4
Sensor Replacement ................................................. 44
Appendix A: Warnings .......................................................... 45
Appendix B: Controlled Part Of MeshGuard
LEL IR (FTD 3000) Manual .................................................. 46
External Battery Replacement ........................................ 59
10.1
External battery replacement ................................... 60
10.2
Sensor And Internal Battery Replacement
(ATEX/IECEx Only) ............................................... 61
10.3
Battery Replacement ................................................ 62
10.4
Sensor Replacement ................................................. 63
Troubleshooting .............................................................. 64
Alarm Signal Summary................................................... 66
Technical Support ........................................................... 67
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WARNINGS
Read Before Operating
This manual must be carefully read by all individuals who have or will
have the responsibility of using, maintaining, or servicing this product.
The product will perform as designed only if it is used, maintained, and
serviced in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions.
Warning:
Use only the Lithium battery or external rechargeable battery provided
by RAE Systems. This instrument has not been tested in an explosive
gas/air atmosphere having an oxygen concentration greater than 21%.
Substitution of components may impair suitability for intrinsic safety.
Replace batteries only in non-hazardous locations.
STATIC HAZARD: Clean only with a damp cloth.
For safety reasons this equipment must be operated and serviced by
qualified personnel only. Read and understand instruction manual
completely before operating or servicing. Any rapid up-scale reading
followed by a declining or erratic reading may indicate a gas
concentration beyond upper scale limit, which may be hazardous.
Warning:
Do not allow condensation to take place within the sensor. Although the
infrared sensor used in the product has a humidity range of 0% to 95%
non-condensing, care must be used in transporting and using this sensor
in higher humidity to prevent condensation from taking place inside the
sensor during temperature changes. In some cases of extreme
temperature change, the sensor may require a temperature conditioning
period before the monitor is turned on.
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Intrinsically safe marking:
FTD-3000 LEL Certification
INMETRO: BR Ex ia IIC T4
CEPEL 10.1925X
IECEx TSA 09.0001X Ex ia I/IIC T4
0575
IM1/II 1G Ex ia I/II C T4
DNV 09 ATEX 55990 X
cCSAus Class I, Division 1, Groups A,B,C, D T4
-40º C ≤ Tamb ≤ 50º C
Entity Parameters: Ui = 3.6V, Ci = 86µF, Li/Ri = 3.5µH/ohm
Warning:
For LEL, cCSAus certification only applies for fixed installations.
FTD-3000 CO2 certification
INMETRO: BR Ex ia IIC T4
CEPEL 10.1925X
cCSAus: Class I, Division 1, Groups A,B,C,D T4
-20°C ≤ Tamb ≤ 50°C
Entity Parameters: Ui = 3.6V, Ci = 86µF, Li/Ri = 3.5µH/ohm
1 Proper Product Disposal At End Of Life
The Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE)
directive (2002/96/EC) is intended to promote recycling of
electrical and electronic equipment and their components at
end of life. This symbol (crossed-out wheeled bin) indicates
separate collection of waste electrical and electronic
equipment in the EU countries.
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2 Standard Kit
Monitor with antenna
User’s Guide
CD with resources
Maintenance tool
Calibration certificate
Calibration adapter
3 General Information
MeshGuard LEL IR single combustible-gas LEL (Lower Explosive
Limit) monitor and the MeshGuard CO2 IR (CO2) monitor are integrated
with a wireless mesh network-enabled transmission radio module. Each
has the option of relaying the wireless signal to other MeshGuard LEL
IRs or MeshGuard CO2 IRs as needed, to bypass obstacles. The built-in
radio board operates on a frequency of 2.4GHz and complies with IEEE
802.15.4 standard. Both MeshGuard instruments operate with the FMC2000 wireless controller on a flexible, robust wireless network to provide
reliable, low-cost operation. It also works in a ProRAE Guardian
network with a PC, and it supports point-to-point and point-to-multipoint networks.
MeshGuard LEL IR or
MeshGuard CO2 IR
network with FMC2000 controller
Network with ProRAEGuardian PC
controller and Wireless Alarm Bar
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Key Features
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LEL: Up to 2 months continuous operation using internal battery and 4
months continuous operation using external BatteryPak.
CO2: Up to 80 days continuous operation using external BatteryPak.
IEEE 802.15.4 Mesh network functionality with 64-bit MAC address
Mesh network with auto network forming and configuration
Operating distance: up to 300 m, line of sight
Very low-cost installation − no hardwiring involved
Large area coverage with multi-hop mesh network
Field-replaceable battery and sensor
Loud audio alarm, 90dB @ 30cm (12″)
Large, easy-to-read continuous display of LEL in % or CO2 in %
LEL: 0 to 100% LEL.
CO2: Low-range (0 to 5%) and high-range (0 to 100%) CO2 sensors
available.
User-adjustable high and low alarms
Bright red flashing alarm
Simple calibration
Highly resistant to RFI interference
IP-65 rated for outdoor use in harsh environments
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4 Physical Description
Note: The physical appearance of the MeshGuard LEL IR and
MeshGuard CO2 IR is virtually identical.
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LED alarm
LCD
Buzzer alarm
Sensor gas inlet
Battery cover (on bottom)
Y/+, MODE, and N/- keys
Antenna
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4.1
LCD Display
1
Zero Calibration
2
Battery Indicator
3
Wireless Communication (if on continuously,
the monitor is in STD; if blinking, the monitor
is in RTR)
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Reading Value
5, 12
High Alarm
6, 12
Low Alarm
7, 8
Span Calibration
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Save Setting?
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LEL Unit (%) or CO2 Unit (%)
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LEL or CO2 sensor indicator (LEL shown)
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Alarm Indicator
Remark:
Concentration unit is shown as percentage of LEL
or %Vol for CO2
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4.2
Specifications
RF Certifications
Display
Audible alarm
Visual alarm
Calibration
RF
Operating Range
Transmission
Power
Receiver Sensitivity
User Interface
Power Supply
Max Current
Consumption
Operation Time
Operating
Temperature
Humidity
FCC Part15
CE EN 300328
SRRC(Pending)
Customized LCD (1 x 1.5″) with backlight
90dB @ 30cm
2 super-bright red LEDs
Two-point field calibration
IEEE 802.15.4/Zigbee with mesh stack
Up to 300 meters, line of sight
Up to 18dBm (63mw EIRP)
Minimum -95dBm at 2.4GHz
Three keys (Y/+, MODE, N/-)
Disposable lithium battery, +3.6V (optional rechargeable external battery for extended run time)
MeshGuard LEL IR
MeshGuard CO2 IR
3.0mA@3.3V (sleep)
18mA@3.3V (sleep)
0.5mA@3.3V (shut off)
0.5mA@3.3V (off)
<200mA@3.3V during RF <200mA@3.3V during
transmission
RF transmission
Internal Battery (at normal No internal battery usage
temperature):
STD* Mode: up to 2 months
RTR** Mode: up to 10 days
External Battery (at normal
External Battery (at normal
temperature):
temperature):
STD Mode: up to 80 days
STD Mode: up to 4 months
RTR Mode: up to 40 days
RTR Mode: up to 1.5 months
* STD is standard-function device
** RTR is router-function device
With Internal Battery:
With all power sources:
LEL: -20° to +50° C
-20° to +50° C
(-4° to 122° F)
(-4° to 122° F)
With RAE PowerPak:
-40° to +50° C (-40° to 122° F)
10% to 95% relative humidity, non-condensing
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Specifications, continued
Dimensions
Weight
Package
Mounting
26.5cm x 9.5cm x 5.5cm
(10.5″ L x 3.7″ W x 2.1″ H)
0.6 kg (1.3 lbs)
IP-65
Optional stainless-steel bracket mount or magnetic
mount; wall mount for external battery
Brazil Radio Specifications
Radio model: RM2400A
Frequency range: 2.400-2.4835GHz
Modulation: 802.15.4 DSSS BPSK
RF power(Tx): 20dBm
Data rate: 250kbps
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5 Operating The Instrument
Make sure the battery is installed before operating the MeshGuard LEL
IR or MeshGuard CO2 IR. Refer to page 39 for information on battery
installation and replacement.
Note: The MeshGuard CO2 IR should be operated with a RAE
PowerPak external battery.
5.1
Turning The Instrument On
Hold down the [MODE] key and release it when the instrument beeps.
The monitor is now on, as indicated by the display:
The display briefly shows the firmware version (for example, “F1.0”
means firmware version 1.0, “F2.0” means firmware version 2.0, etc.):
Then the display shows “SOn” as the sensor comes on.
It begins a sensor warm-up and counts down by seconds from 60 to 1.
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The instrument initiates network communication and shows these
displays in alternation:
Note: If the insrument is unable to find a radio network to connect with,
it searches, and the display alternates between “rdo” and “Srh” (for
“radio search”).
Next, if a network is located, an antenna icon appears (if no network is
found, then the icon is not shown; press [Y/+] to search for a network).
The current gas concentration reading is also displayed:
The MeshGuard LEL IR is now operational.
5.2
Turning The Instrument Off
Hold down the [MODE] key through the “5…4…3… 2… 1… oFF”
sequence. The monitor is off when the display is blank. Release the
[MODE] key.
The instrument is now off.
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5.3
Low Battery Indicator & Action
The internal battery is designed for up to 2 months’ continuous operation
in STD mode (MeshGuard LEL IR only), and the external battery for up
to 4 months when powering the MeshGuard LEL IR, up to 80 days when
powering the MeshGuard CO2 IR. When the battery gets low, the
instrument’s alarm beeps once per minute. It is recommended that the
battery be changed immediately, to minimize disruption.
When the battery is completely depleted, the LCD displays “OFF,” and
the LED and buzzer alarms activate once per second. The battery icon
also blinks on and off. The instrument shuts down after you press any
key, or shuts down automatically if you do not press a key for 60 seconds.
5.4
Over Range Alarm
When a gas concentration exceeds 100% of LEL or 5% of CO2, the
instrument displays “OVR” and its buzzer and LED are activated.
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5.5
Wireless Communication Indicator
When wireless communication is turned on, the LCD displays the
wireless link status in the upper left corner:
If the instrument finds and joins a wireless network, an antenna icon is
shown in the display. If no link or a weak link is established, no antenna
icon is shown. Press [Y/+] to manually search for a network.
In RTR mode, the antenna icon flashes on and off, indicating that the
modem is always active and transmitting. With an external RAE
BatteryPak, the MeshGuard LEL IR can run for up to 45 days, the
MeshGuard CO2 IR up to 40 days.
In STD mode, the antenna icon is shown continuously (solid), indicating
that the modem is active whenever alarm data is transmitted. This
conserves battery power. With an external RAE BatteryPak, the
MeshGuard LEL IR can run for up to 4 months, the MeshGuard CO2 IR
up to 80 days.
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5.6
Operation Modes
The instrument can operate in Standard (STD) or Router (RTR) mode. In
STD mode, it transmits data to the host at a set interval (the default is 30
seconds) or anytime an alarm occurs. In RTR mode, the MeshGuard LEL
IR or MeshGuard CO2 IR transmits data in real time, and it can also
work as a router as needed to relay data from STD devices back to the
host.
Note: Operating in RTR mode reduces battery life. The transmission
interval can be changed in Programming Mode to extend battery life. See
page 21 for details.
In addition, there is a Detection Mode for standard operation,
Programming Mode for making changes to values (such as the High
Alarm, etc.), Diagnostic Mode (for servicing and checking the sensor,
etc.), and Diagnostic Programming Mode, which is for selecting between
Standard (STD) & Router (RTR) modes, etc.
The diagram on the next page shows how to enter and step through the
menus in each mode.
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Enter Detection Mode by turning the instrument on. Enter Programming
Mode from Detection Mode by holding down [MODE] and [N/-]
together. To enter Diagnostic Mode, start with the MeshGuard LEL IR
turned off and hold both [Y/+] and [MODE] to start it. Once Diagnostic
Mode is on, enter Diagnostic Programming Mode by holding [N/-] and
[MODE] together.
Press and
hold both
buttons
Press and
hold both
buttons
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5.7
Detection Mode
Whenever you start MeshGuard LEL IR or MeshGuard CO2 IR by
pressing and holding [MODE], it is automatically in Detection Mode.
The instrument displays the current reading:
or
Pressing [MODE] steps through the Detection Mode screens:
Note: The Sensor shows “CO2” in the MeshGuard CO2 IR instead of
“LEL.”
Press [MODE], and it displays the sensor type (LEL shown here):
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Press [MODE], and it alternates between EUI (Extended Unique
Identifier) and its value; the EUI is a unique unit ID for each detector in a
network:
Press [MODE], and it alternates between Pan and ID (Personal Area
Network Identifier) and its value (all units in a network must have the
same Pan ID):
Press [MODE] to return to the detector reading:
or
Note: If you do not press a button for 60 seconds, or if an alarm
condition occurs, the instrument automatically returns to the main
reading screen.
5.8
Manually Sending Data
While the instrument typically sends reading data to the network on a
fixed interval, you can send the data anytime.
Press the [Y/+] key. The screen alternates between “Ini” and “nEt” one
time, sends the current sensor data, and returns to the detector reading.
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5.9
Programming Mode
Programming Mode allows you to perform any of the following actions
(listed in order of appearance):
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Zero Calibration
Span Calibration
High Alarm
Low Alarm
Change Span Value
Change Pan ID
Join Mesh Network
Communication interval
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5.9.1 Entering Programming Mode
To enter the Programming Mode, press [MODE] and [N/-] for 3 seconds
while the instrument is on. “Pro” appears in the display:
Pressing [N/-] steps you through all the screens and then returns to the
first programming display:
Each display alternates between its name and a status message or value.
Note: You can exit Programming Mode at any time by pressing [MODE].
Also, if you do not make a change within one minute, the instrument
exits Programming Mode and returns to Detection Mode.
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Settings can be changed as follows:
1. When a menu is selected, it flashes between two screens. For
example:
2. Press [MODE] to exit Program Mode and return to Detection Mode,
or press [N/-] to advance to the next menu.
3. Press [Y/+] to enter. The LCD displays “go.”
5.9.2 Exiting Programming Mode
You may exit Programming Mode anytime and return to Detection Mode
in either of these two ways:
1. Press [MODE]. The instrument exits Program Mode and shows
the current reading in Detection Mode.
2. Do not press any buttons for 1 minute. The instrument
automatically exits Programming Mode and returns to Detection
Mode, showing the current reading.
or
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5.9.3 Zero Calibration
This operation sets the zero point of the sensor calibration curve for clean
air. It should be performed before other calibrations.
IMPORTANT!
Even though most toxic gas sensors can be zeroed in fresh air, the CO2
sensor should not be zeroed in fresh air. CO2 gas is normally present in
ambient air, so zeroing the CO2 sensor in ambient air will not allow for a
true zero to be set. The CO2 sensor should be zeroed in 99.9% pure zero
air.
Note: If you use a zero air or other gas cylinder, you must use the
MeshGuard Calibration Adapter. A calibration adapter is not necessary
for calibrating the MeshGuard LEL IR in clean fresh air.
Calibration adapter
connected to calibration
gas cylinder
When “CAL” and “go” arer displayed in alternation, and “ZERO” is
shown, the instrument is ready to perform a zero calibration.
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Press [Y/+]. The LCD displays “go.”
The display counts down from 60 to 0.
After the countdown reaches 0, the LCD displays “dn,” for “done.” The
reading should show 0 (zero). Otherwise, repeat the zero calibration.
(LEL reading is shown here.)
Note: To stop zero calibration before the countdown reaches 0, press any
key. The LCD displays “no” and advances to the next programming
menu, Span calibration.
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5.9.4 Span Calibration
“CAL” and “go” flash in alternation, and “SPAn” is shown. The
instrument is now ready to perform a span calibration.
To start calibration, press [Y/+]. The LCD displays “go.”
The instrument waits for 10 seconds so that you have time to connect the
span gas. Connect the calibration gas adapter to the MeshGuard LEL IR
or MeshGuard CO2 IR, and connect the gas cylinder to the calibration
adapter. Start the flow of gas.
When the gas flow starts, the LCD displays “gAS” and the span
concentration value. (LEL value is shown here.)
The display now counts down to 0.
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After counting down and reaching 0, the LCD displays “dn.” The reading
should be the span concentration value. Otherwise, the span calibration
should be repeated. (LEL value is shown here.)
If the MeshGuard LEL IR or MeshGuard CO2 IR does not detect gas
after counting down to 0, the LCD displays “Err” (for “error”). The LED
glows red and the buzzer sounds to provide extra warning. The
MeshGuard LEL IR automatically returns to the span calibration display.
Note: This could mean the sensor is contaminated or expired.
Note: To stop span calibration before the countdown reaches 0, press any
key. The LCD displays “no” and advances to the next programming
menu, Change High Alarm.
If the sensor fails, try to recalibrate it again. If calibration fails again,
replace the sensor.
IMPORTANT!
Due to certification requirements, the MeshGuard LEL IR’s High
Alarm and Low Alarm values cannot be set above 60% LEL.
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5.9.5 Change High Alarm
At the menu for changing the High Alarm setting, “ Set” and “ go” flash
in alternation, and both “HIGH“ and “ALARM” are shown.
Press [Y/+] to enter and change the setting. Press [MODE] to go back to
Detection Mode or [N] to advance to the next menu.
The LCD displays the current value. Change the value if necessary. (LEL
value is shown here.)
To change the value:
1. Press [Y/+] to increase the number and [N/-] to decrease it.
2. Press [MODE] to advance to the next digit.
3. After moving to the last digit and making changes, press
[MODE]. A question mark (?) is shown in the display, asking if
you want to save the change.
 Press [Y/+] for yes. The message “dn” means the change is
done.
 Press [N/-] for no. A “no” message means that the change
was abandoned.
 Press [MODE] to return to the first digit.
Note: Due to certification requirements for the MeshGuard LEL IR, the
maximum value you can set for High Alarm is 60. If you set a value
above 60 and try to save it, the display shows “no” and it does not accept
your change, plus it retains the current stored value.
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5.9.6 Change Low Alarm
At the Change Low Alarm menu, “Set” and “go” flash in alternation, and
“LOW“ and “ALARM” are visible in the display.
Press [Y/+] to enter and change the setting. Press [MODE] to exit and
return to Detection Mode or [N] to advance to the next menu.
The LCD displays current value. Change the value if necessary. (LEL
value is shown here.)
To change the value:
1. Press [Y/+] to increase the number and [N/-] to decrease it.
2. Press [MODE] to advance to the next digit.
3. After moving to the last digit and making changes, press
[MODE]. A question mark (?) is shown in the display, asking if
you want to save the change.
 Press [Y/+] for yes. The message “dn” means the change is
done.
 Press [N/-] for no. A “no” message means that the change
was abandoned.
 Press [MODE] to return to the first digit.
Note: Due to certification requirements for the MeshGuard LEL IR, the
maximum value you can set for Low Alarm is 60. If you set a value
above 60 and try to save it, the MeshGuard LEL IR’s display shows “no”
and it does not accept your change, plus it retains the current stored value.
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5.9.7 Change SPAN value
“Set” and “go” flash in alternation, and “SPAN” and a gas cylinder icon
are shown.
Press [Y/+] to enter and change the setting, [MODE] to exit and return to
Detection Mode, or [N/-] to advance to the next menu.
The LCD displays the current value. Change the value if necessary. (LEL
value is shown here.)
To change the value:
1. Press [Y/+] to increase the number and [N/-] to decrease it.
2. Press [MODE] to advance to the next digit.
3. After moving to the last digit and making changes, press
[MODE]. A question mark (?) is shown in the display, asking if
you want to save the change.
 Press [Y/+] for yes. The message “dn” means the change is
done.
 Press [N/-] for no. A “no” message means that the change
was abandoned.
 Press [MODE] to return to the first digit.
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5.9.8 Change Pan ID
Note: All MeshGuards (including MeshGuard Routers) in a network
must have the same Pan ID.
Press Y/+ to enter the menu to make changes to the value.
1. Press [Y/+] to increase the number and [N/-] to decrease it.
2. Press [MODE] to advance to the next digit.
3. After moving to the last digit and making changes, press
[MODE]. A question mark (?) is shown in the display, asking if
you want to save the change.
 Press [Y/+] for yes. The message “dn” means the change is
done.
 Press [N/-] for no. A “no” message means that the change
was abandoned.
 Press [MODE] to return to the first digit.
5.9.9 Join Mesh Network
Press [Y/-] to initiate joining a network. Three bars flash in sequence
while it searches. When it is done, it alarms once and displays “dn” for
“done.”
5.9.10 Change Communication Interval
This menu allows you to change the interval between wireless
transmissions. “SET” and “ItUL” flash, to indicate that you can change
the interval. The interval can be set to 10, 30, 60, 300, or 600 seconds.
Note: The default interval is 30 seconds.
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Press [Y/+] to enter and change the setting, [MODE] to exit and return to
Detection Mode, or [N/-] to advance to the next MENU.
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6 Diagnostic Mode
Diagnostic Mode provides raw data from sensors and about settings.
6.1
Entering Diagnostic Mode
Note: To enter Diagnostic Mode, you must begin with the MeshGuard
LEL IR or MeshGuard CO2 IR turned off.
Press and hold [Y/+] and [MODE] until the MeshGuard LEL IR starts.
The instrument goes through a brief startup, and then displays “dIA” to
indicate it is in Diagnostic Mode. It then switches to showing raw data
for the sensor (the display shows “rAU” followed by a number, or “- - -”
if there is no diagnostic information).
The following chart shows how to navigate Diagnostic Mode (pressing
[N/-] repeatedly steps through the screens):
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6.2
Exiting Diagnostic Mode
Note: You can exit Diagnostic Mode and enter Programming Mode and
calibrate the MeshGuard LEL IR as usual by pressing both [MODE] and
[N/-] for three seconds. When entering Programming Mode from
Diagnostic Mode, additional menu options are available. Refer to the
diagram on page 36 for more details.
Note: You can exit Diagnostic Mode and enter Detection Mode by
pressing [MODE] and [Y/+] together for three seconds, or by turning it
off and on again.
6.3
Diagnostic Mode Readings
In Diagnostic mode, you can step through readings by pressing [N/-].
6.3.1 Sensor Raw Count
Sensor Raw Count is indicated by “rAU” followed by three dashes (- - -).
This indicates that the sensor has digital output that does not produce a
raw count.


Press [N/-] to advance to the next reading.
Press [MODE] and [Y/+] together for three seconds to exit
Diagnostic Mode and enter Detection Mode.
6.3.2 Battery Raw Count
Battery Raw Count is indicated by “bAt” followed by a number.


Press [N/-] to advance to the next reading.
Press [MODE] and [Y/+] together for three seconds to exit
Diagnostic Mode and enter Detection Mode.
6.3.3 Temperature Raw Count
Temperature Raw Count is indicated by “tNp” followed by a number.


Press [N/-] to advance to the next reading.
Press [MODE] and [Y/+] together for three seconds to exit
Diagnostic Mode and enter Detection Mode.
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6.3.4 Zero Raw Count
Zero Raw Count is indicated by “0rC” followed by three dashes
(- - -). This indicates that the sensor has digital output that does not
produce a raw count.


Press [N/-] to advance to the next reading.
Press [MODE] and [Y/+] together for three seconds to exit
Diagnostic Mode and enter Detection Mode.
6.3.5 Calibration Delta Counts
Calibration Delta CTS is indicated by “CdC” by three dashes (- - -). This
indicates that the sensor has digital output that does not produce a raw
count.


Press [N/-] to return to the first raw count.
Press [MODE] and [Y/+] together for three seconds to exit
Diagnostic Mode and enter Detection Mode.
6.3.6 Radio Type
The radio module type is indicated by “rdt” followed by a number.


Press [N/-] to advance to the next reading.
Press [MODE] and [Y/+] together for three seconds to exit
Diagnostic Mode and enter Detection Mode.
6.3.7 Radio Module Firmware Version
Radio Module Firmware Version is indicated by “rdF” followed by a
number (for example, “109” stands for version 1.09).


Press [N/-] to return to the first raw count.
Press [MODE] and [Y/+] together for three seconds to exit
Diagnostic Mode and enter Detection Mode.
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6.4
Diagnostic Mode Programming
You can enter a special programming mode from Diagnostic Mode in
order to perform advanced programming functions. These include:




Enable/disable radio
Enable STD or RTR
Return the instrument to original factory settings
Enable/disable audible and visible alarms
Note: When the MeshGuard LEL IR or MeshGuard CO2 IR is in this
programming mode, if you do not make a change or press a key for 60
seconds, it reverts to the standard Diagnostic Mode.
Important! After you make changes in Diagnostic Mode, it is
recommended that you turn off the instrument and turn it on again before
using it. Enter this programming mode by first entering Diagnostic Mode.
This requires starting the instrument while holding [Y/+] and [MODE].
When you see the Sensor Raw Count screen, hold [MODE] and N/- until
you see “Pro” in the display, indicating that you are in Programming Mode.
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Step through the menus by pressing [N/-]. Exit by pressing [MODE], and
then shutting off the instrument and restarting it.
Note: Raw count for CO2 sensor
shows “---” instead of a value
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6.4.1 Radio Enable/Disable
The next menu is for turning the radio on or off.
“SEt” and “ rdo” flash in alternation, to indicate that the radio can be
turned on (enabled) or off (disabled). The default value is “on.”
Press [Y/+] to enter and change the setting, [MODE] to exit and return to
Detection Mode, or [N/-] to go to the next menu.
The LCD displays the current value (enabled or disabled). Change the
value if necessary.
Note: “dIS” means disabled (radio off) and “En” means on (radio on).
6.4.2 Enable STD or RTR
Press [Y/+] to toggle the setting from STD to RTR, and vice versa. For
details on STD and RTR modes, see page 17.
6.4.3 Factory Setting
Press [Y/+] to return the MeshGuard LEL IR to its original factory
settings.
6.4.4 Audible & Visible Alarm Enable/Disable
Press [Y/+] to toggle between the MeshGuard LEL IR’s audible and
visible alarms turned on and off.
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7 Sensor And Battery Replacement
Sensor compartment
Internal battery
compartment
Sensor and battery
removal tool
(P/N 019-2044-000)
3-pin end
Hexagonal end
(two pins on side
not shown)
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7.1
External Battery Usage
An external battery unit, the RAE Systems RAE PowerPak, should be used
with the MeshGuard CO2 IR instead of a smaller battery. A RAE PowerPak
is used to power the MeshGuard LEL IR in situations where extended battery
life is necessary. The connector from the external battery screws into the
instrument’s battery compartment. Bottom views of the instrument in its steel
enclosure are shown in the procedure below.
1. Remove battery cover with the 3-pin end of the sensor and
battery removal tool by turning counterclockwise.
Power end
of cable
2. Lift off the cover.
3. Insert the power end of the cable
connected to the PowerPak.
Cord to
RAE
PowerPak
4. Use the open hex end of the wrench, and with both pins mated
with the two holes on the power end, tighten by turning
clockwise until it is snug. Do not overtighten.
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Consult the RAE PowerPak User’s Guide for further connection and charging
information.
The MeshGuard LEL IR or MeshGuard CO2 IR is permanently mounted
to a solid surface by first securing it in its steel enclosure (a screw
through the back mates with the instrument) and then securing the
enclosure to a solid surface such as a wall or the metal mounting plate.
M4x10 Screw in
rear of enclosure
mates to rear of
MeshGuard LEL
IR or Meshguard
CO2 IR
Use M5-size
screw (or nut)
with flat washer
and lock washer
to secure
enclosure at all
four corners
Front, side, and rear views of the steel enclosure show how
the instrument is secured for mounting.
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7.2
Replacing The Internal Battery
With the MeshGuard LEL IR or MeshGuard CO2 IR securely in its
housing, you can remove the cover over the battery compartment so that
you can replace the internal battery in the instrument. Use the sensor and
battery removal tool as shown.
Sensor and battery
removal tool
(P/N 019-2044-000)
WARNING: Use only RAE Systems battery P/N 500-0111-000
(EVE ER34615 or XENO XL-205F) for the internal battery. The
internal battery must be replaced under a Hot Work Permit, where
the atmosphere is determined to be non-hazardous while the
battery is being replaced.
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7.3
Sensor Filter Replacement
The filter should be replaced when it is visibly dirty. If readings fluctuate
up even after a zero calibration, this may indicate a dirty filter.
1. Use the 3-pin end of the tool to unscrew and open the filter holder by
turning it counterclockwise.
Filter
Filter holder
2. Remove and discard the filter.
3. Place a new filter inside the monitor.
4. Replace the filter holder by turning it clockwise with the 3-pin end of
the tool.
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7.4
Sensor Replacement
1. Use the 3-pin end of the sensor and battery tool to unscrew and open
the filter holder at the bottom of the monitor.
Sensor
Sensor cover
Filter
Filter holder
2. Use the hexagonal end of the tool to open the remove the sensor
cover, turning counterclockwise.
3. Pull the old sensor out.
4. Gently push a new sensor into the compartment.
Important! Ensure that the RAE Systems part number matches the
sensor that was removed.
WARNING! Use only the same sensor model as the one installed
when the monitor was purchased.
5. Replace the sensor compartment cover using by turning it clockwise,
using the hexagonal end of the tool.
6. Replace the filter holder by turning it clockwise, using the 3-pin end
of the tool.
Note: Always recalibrate the instrument after service to ensure
functionality.
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8
Appendix A: Warnings
Read Before Operating
This manual must be carefully read by all individuals who have or
will have the responsibility of using, maintaining, or servicing this
product. The product will perform as designed only if it is used,
maintained, and serviced in accordance with the manufacturer’s
instructions.
Warning:
Use only the Lithium battery provided by RAE Systems. This
instrument has not been tested in an explosive gas/air atmosphere
having an oxygen concentration greater than 21%. Substitution of
components may impair suitability for intrinsic safety.
Replacement of batteries only in non-hazardous locations.
STATIC HAZARD: Clean only with a damp cloth.
For safety reasons this equipment must be operated and serviced
by qualified personnel only. Read and understand instruction
manual completely before operating or servicing. Any rapid upscale reading followed by a declining or erratic reading may
indicate a gas concentration beyond upper scale limit, which may
be hazardous.
FCC Part 15 statement and CE
This device complies with Part15 of the FCC rules. Operation is
subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not
cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any
interference received, including interference that may cause
undesired operation.
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9 Appendix B: Controlled Part Of MeshGuard
LEL IR (FTD 3000) Manual
Intrinsic Safety: IECEx TSA 09.0001X Ex ia I/IIC T4
0575
IM1/II 1G Ex ia I/II C T4
DNV 09 ATEX 55990 X
cCSAus Class I, Division 1, Groups A,B,C, D T4
-40º C ≤ Tamb ≤ 50º C
Entity Parameters: Ui = 3.6V, Ci = 86µF, Li/Ri = 3.5µH/ohm
EM Immunity: No effect when exposed to 0.43mW/cm2 RF
interference (5-watt transmitter at 12").
Temperature: -40° C to 50° C (-40° F to 122° F)
Humidity: 0% to 95% relative humidity (non-condensing)
WARNING! (cCSAus only)
CERTIFICATION ONLY APPLIES FOR FIXED
INSTALLATIONS.
WARNING!
ONLY THE COMBUSTIBLE GAS DETECTION PORTION OF
THIS INSTRUMENT HAS BEEN ASSESSED FOR
PERFORMANCE.
UNIQUMENT, LA PORTION POUR DETECTOR LES GAZ
COMBUSTIBLES DE CET
INSTRUMENT A ÉTÉ ÉVALUÉE.
CAUTION!
HIGH OFF-SCALE READINGS MAY INDICATE AN
EXPLOSIVE CONCENTRATION OF GAS.
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Note: Users are recommended to refer to ISA -RP12.13, Part II1987 for general information on installation, operation, and
maintenance of combustible gas detection instruments.
•
•
Only the combustible gas detection portion of this instrument
has been assessed for performance.
Any rapid up-scale reading followed by a declining or erratic
reading may indicate a gas concentration beyond upper scale
limit which may be hazardous.
WARNING (cCSAus only): WIRELESS COMMUNICATION
IS INTENDED FOR USE AS A SECONDARY REMOTE
ALARM STATUS NOTIFICATION ONLY. PRIMARY
ALARMING OF COMBUSTIBLE GAS HAZARDS IS
PROVIDED LOCALLY BY THE DETECTOR.
WARNING: SUBSTITUTION OF COMPONENTS MAY
IMPAIR INTRINSIC SAFETY.
MeshGuard LEL IR Range, Resolution & Response Time:
Range:
0 to 100% LEL
Resolution:
1% LEL
Response Time (T90): <30 seconds
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Sensor And Internal Battery Replacement
The MeshGuard LEL IR is permanently mounted to a solid surface by
first securing it in its steel enclosure (a screw through the back mates
with the instrument) and then securing the enclosure to a solid surface
such as a wall or the metal mounting plate.
M4x10 Screw in rear
of enclosure mates
to rear of
MeshGuard LEL IR
Use M5-size
screw (or nut)
with flat washer
and lock washer
to secure
enclosure at all
four corners
Front, side, and rear views of the steel enclosure show how
the instrument is secured for mounting.
With the instrument securely in its housing, you can remove the cover
over the battery compartment so that you can replace the internal battery
in the MeshGuard LEL. Use the sensor and battery removal tool as
shown.
Sensor and battery
removal tool
(P/N 019-2044-000)
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WARNING: Use only RAE Systems battery P/N 500-0111-000
(EVE ER34615 or XENO XL-205F) for the internal battery. The
internal battery must be replaced under a Hot Work Permit, where
the atmosphere is determined to be non-hazardous while the
battery is being replaced.
MeshGuard LEL IR Installation With External
Power Battery Pack (FTB-1000)
Use M8-size screw (or
nut), flat washer, and
lock washer
Use M8-size screw (or
nut), flat washer, and
lock washer
External battery pack
(FTB-1000)
Note: The plate holding the battery pack and MeshGuard LEL IR
must be mounted on a solid, flat surface.
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Turning The Instrument On
To turn the MeshGuard LEL IR on, hold down [MODE] for 2
seconds.
Caution: The alarm is very loud. During startup, you can mute
most of the sound by holding a finger over the alarm port.
Note: Do not put tape over the alarm port to permanently mute it.
When starting up, the instrument simultaneously turns the
backlight on and off, beeps once and blinks once. The screen
shows:
On...
Firmware version
Count down from 60 to 0
The instrument performs a final checkout and the screen shows a
countdown to full operational functionality.
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Turning The Instrument Off
Press and hold [MODE]. In 2 seconds, a 5-second countdown to
shutoff begins. You must hold your finger on the key for the entire
shutoff process. If you remove your finger from the key during the
countdown, the shutoff operation is canceled and the instrument
continues normal operation.
The countdown proceeds as follows, accompanied at each step
with an alarm beep and light flash. The display shows the
countdown in sequence:
5
4
3
2
1
off
When you see “off,” release your finger from the [MODE] key.
The instrument is now off.
Caution: The alarm is very loud. During shutdown, you can mute
most of the sound by holding a finger over the alarm port.
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Programming Mode
Programming Mode can be entered from Normal Mode or
Diagnostic Mode. This mode contains most adjustable settings for
the instrument. It is organized into four submenus:
The following diagram shows how to enter Programming Mode
from Normal Mode:
Modify Span Gas Value. This function allows selection of the gas
concentration to the settings, press [MODE] to repeat stepping
through the choices.
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Back. Press [MODE] to return to the top of the Calibrate Monitor
menu, or press [Y/+] to return to the top of the Normal Mode
menu.
Change Alarm Limits
The high and low alarm limits, the points at which alarms are
triggered, can be modified in this set of menus.
Alarm Signals. During each measurement period, the gas
concentration is compared with the programmed alarm limits (gas
concentration alarm limit settings: Low and High). If the
concentration exceeds any of the preset limits, the loud buzzer, and
red flashing LED are activated immediately to warn of the alarm
condition. In addition, the instrument alarms if the battery voltage
falls below a preset voltage level.
When the low battery alarm occurs, there will be approximately 20
to 30 minutes of operating time remaining. When the battery
voltage falls below the low threshold, the instrument turns off
automatically.
Over Range Alarm
When a gas concentration exceeds 100% of LEL, the MeshGuard
LEL IR displays “OVR” and its buzzer and LED are activated.
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Calibrating MeshGuard LEL IR
• Calibration intervals and procedures may vary due to national
legislation.
• Calibration gas flow should be verified and be between 400
cc/min and 800 cc/min.
IMPORTANT!
If you use a zero air or other gas cylinder, you must use the MeshGuard
Calibration Adapter. A calibration adapter is not necessary for calibrating
the MeshGuard LEL IR in clean fresh air.
Connecting Calibration Gas
1. Connect the calibration gas to the MeshGuard LEL IR as shown.
Calibration adapter
connected to calibration
gas cylinder
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Zero Calibration
When “CAL” and “go” are displayed in alternation, and “ZERO” is
shown, the instrument is ready to perform a zero calibration.
Press [Y/+]. The LCD displays “go.”
The display counts down from 10 to 0.
After the countdown reaches 0, the LCD displays “dn,” for “done.” The
reading should show 0 (zero). Otherwise, repeat the zero calibration.
Note: To stop zero calibration before the countdown reaches 0, press any
key. The LCD displays “no” and advances to the next programming
menu, Span calibration.
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Span Calibration
“CAL” and “go” flash in alternation, and “SPAn” is shown. The
instrument is now ready to perform a span calibration.
To start calibration, press [Y/+]. The LCD displays “go.”
The instrument waits for 10 seconds so that you have time to connect the
span gas. Connect the calibration gas adapter to the instrument, and
connect the gas cylinder to the adapter. Start the flow of gas.
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When the gas flow starts, the LCD displays “gAS” and the span
concentration value.
The MeshGuard LEL IR now counts down to 0.
Note: The countdown time varies according to the type of sensor used in
the instrument.
After counting down and reaching 0, the LCD displays “dn.” The reading
should be the span concentration value. Otherwise, the span calibration
should be repeated.
If the instrument does not detect gas after counting down to 0, the LCD
displays “Err” (for “error”). The LED glows red and the buzzer sounds to
provide extra warning. The instrument automatically returns to the span
calibration display.
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Note: This could mean the sensor is contaminated or expired.
Note: To stop span calibration before the countdown reaches 0, press any
key. The LCD displays “no” and advances to the next programming
menu, Change High Alarm.
If the sensor fails, try to calibrate it again. If calibration fails again,
replace the sensor.
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10 External Battery Replacement
FTB-1000
External
Battery
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10.1 External battery replacement
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Unplug the battery connector
Loosen the safety screw holding the battery
Mount a new battery on the mounting bracket
Tighten the safety screw
Connect the MeshGuard LEL IR to the battery.
Switch on the instrument.
Note: Always recalibrate the instrument after service.
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10.2 Sensor And Internal Battery Replacement
(ATEX/IECEx Only)
Sensor compartment
Internal battery
compartment
Sensor and battery
removal tool
(P/N 019-2044-000)
3-pin end
Hexagonal end
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10.3 Battery Replacement
RAE Systems offers two types of batteries: internal battery and external
battery pack.
1. Use the 3-pin end of the tool to unscrew and open the battery cover
by turning it counterclockwise.
2. Remove the battery.
3. Insert the new battery with its positive (“+”) pole towards inside of
the unit.
4. Replace the battery cover by turning it clockwise with the 3-pin end
of the tool.
Note: Only change the battery in non-hazardous locations, and use the
battery RAE Systems provides, part number 500-0111-000 (EVE model
ER34615 or XENO XL-205F). Only remove the external battery adapter
in non-hazardous locations.
Battery
Adapter
Battery cover
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10.4 Sensor Replacement
1. Use the 3-pin end of the tool to unscrew and open the filter holder at
the bottom of the monitor.
Sensor
Sensor cover
Filter
Filter holder
2. Use the hexagonal end of the tool to open the remove the sensor
cover, turning counterclockwise.
3. Pull the old sensor out.
4. Gently push a new sensor into the compartment.
5. Replace the sensor compartment cover using by turning it clockwise,
using the hexagonal end of the tool.
6. Replace the filter holder by turning it clockwise, using the 3-pin end
of the tool.
WARNING: Only replace the sensor in non-hazardous locations.
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11 Troubleshooting
Failure Symptom
Cannot turn on
Cause
Battery charge too low
Solution
Replace battery
Check RAE Systems
web site for information on batteries
OVR (over range)
alarm
Over 100% LEL (LEL Move monitor to a
sensor only) or over the clean environment and
range of the CO2 sensor allow sensor to clear
Condensation inside
Move monitor to a dry
environment, remove
sensor filter, and allow
sensor to dry out
“-0” Alarm
Sensor zero drift
Perform zero
calibration
Controller cannot
receive the MeshGuard
LEL IR’s or
MeshGuard CO2 IR’s
signal
Too much distance
between the
MeshGuard LEL IR or
Meshguard CO2 IR and
the controller.
The distance should be
300 m, line of sight.
Deploy a router
between the remote
monitor and the
controller.
There is an obstruction Relocate the instrubetween the instrument ment or deploy RTR
and the controller.
mode in instrument or
MeshGuard Router(s).
Controller does not
Press [Y/+] on the
receive completed data detector to force it to
packet
send data packets
Battery is low
Replace battery
MeshGuard LEL/CO2
IR and controller have
different Pan ID
numbers
Set both units to have
the same Pan ID
number
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No Antenna Icon
There is no reader or
controller nearby.
The controller or
reader’s network has
changed.
Move the instrument
closer to a working
controller or reader.
Perform the network
searching function in
Programming Mode.
The instrument is out
of its RF range.
Move the instrument
closer to a working
controller or reader
and Press [Y/+]
Battery is low
Replace battery
Others
Turn the instrument
off and on again.
Consult RAE Systems
Customer Service.
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12 Alarm Signal Summary
Alarm
Mode
When
LCD
100% LEL
or
5% CO2 (low range)
Over Range
or
100%Vol CO2 (high
range)
High Alarm
Low Alarm
> high alarm setting
Buzzer &
LED
3 beeps per
second
3 beeps per
second
2 beeps per
second
> low alarm setting
Zero Drift
< 0 ppm
1 beep per
second
Battery Low
< 3.2V
1 beep per
minute
Battery
Exhausted
< 3.1V
1 beep per
second
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13 Technical Support
To contact RAE Systems Technical Support Team:
Monday through Friday, 7:00AM to 5:00PM Pacific (US) Time
Phone (toll-free): +1 888-723-4800
Phone: +1 408-952-8461
E-mail: RAE-tech@honeywell.com
Web Site: www.raesystems.com, www.honeywellanalytics.com
Outside the Americas:
E-Mail: HAexpert@honeywell.com
Honeywell Analytics Ltd.
4 Stinsford Road
Nuffield Industrial Estate
Poole, Dorset, BH17 0RZ
United Kingdom
Tel: +44 (0) 1202 645 544
Fax: +44 (0) 1202 645 555
Honeywell Analytics
ZAC Athélia 4 – 375 avenue du
Mistral
Bât B, Expace Mistral
13600 La Ciotat
France
Tel: +33 (0) 4 42 98 17 75
Fax: +33 (0) 4 42 71 97 05
Honeywell Analytics
P.O. Box-45595
6th Street
Musaffah Industrial Area
Abu Dhabi
UAE
Tel: +971 2 554 6672
Fax: +971 2 554 6672
Honeywell Analytics
Elsenheimerstrasse 43
80687 München
Germany
Tel: +49 89 791 92 20
Fax: +49 89 791 92 43
Ordering Replacement Parts: If you need replacement parts, a
list is available online: http://www.raesystems.com
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San Jose, CA 95134-1708 USA
Phone: 408.952.8200
Toll-Free: 888.723.4800
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E-mail (technical support): RAE-tech@honeywell.com
Web Site: www.raesystems.com
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