MX6 iBrid

MX6 iBrid
MX6 iBrid
™
Multigas Monitor
Operation Guide
Part Number:
17130279-1
Revision 7
Release Date
January 31, 2014
Industrial Scientific Corporation.
Oakdale, PA USA
Shanghai, China
© 2007, 2009, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014 Industrial Scientific Corporation
All rights reserved. Published 2014
Contents
General Information .............................................................................................. 1
Certifications ...................................................................................................... 1
Warnings and Cautionary Statements ............................................................... 3
Key Features ..................................................................................................... 6
Quick Start Menu Flowcharts............................................................................. 9
Recommended Practices.................................................................................... 11
Procedures ...................................................................................................... 11
Procedure Frequency ...................................................................................... 12
First Use .......................................................................................................... 12
Instrument Basics ............................................................................................... 15
Hardware Overview ......................................................................................... 15
Power On and Shutdown ................................................................................. 15
Gas-monitoring Display Screen ....................................................................... 16
Operation ............................................................................................................ 19
Menu System ................................................................................................... 19
Activating the Root Menu ................................................................................ 19
Navigation ........................................................................................................ 20
Locating Operation-mode Features ................................................................. 22
Configuration ...................................................................................................... 25
Access ............................................................................................................. 25
Locating Configuration-mode Settings............................................................. 28
Tasks .................................................................................................................. 33
Power Assessment .......................................................................................... 33
Zero ................................................................................................................. 33
Calibrate .......................................................................................................... 34
Bump Test ....................................................................................................... 35
Specifications and Warranty ............................................................................... 37
Batteries .......................................................................................................... 37
Sensors ........................................................................................................... 38
LEL Data .......................................................................................................... 40
Warranty .......................................................................................................... 41 1
General Information
Certifications
Warnings and Cautionary Statements
Key Features
Quick-start Menu Flowcharts
CERTIFICATIONS
Each MX6 iBridTM is certified by one or more certifying bodies (CBs). The
approved uses for which a unit is certified appear on labels affixed to the
instrument.
When a new certification is received, it is not retroactive to any unit that does not
bear the marking on its label.
Instrument certifications at the time of this document's publication are noted
below. To determine for which uses a unit is certified, always refer to the unit's
labels.
Certification markings and standards
Directive
or code
Certification marking
Standard
ATEX1
Ex ia IIC T4 Ga / Ex ia I Ma;
IP65 (IP64 pump version)
EN 60079-0: 2009
Equipment Group and
Category: II 1G/ I M1 (I M2
w/IR sensor)
EN 60079-11: 2007
EN 60079-1: 2007
EN 60079-26: 2007
EN 50303: 2000
EN 50271: 2001
EN 60079-29-1: 2007
EN 50104/A1: 2004
IECEx2
Ex ia IIC T4 Ga T4
IEC 60079-0: 2007
Ex ia I (Ex ia d I w/IR sensor)
IEC 60079-1: 26:2006
IEC 60079-11: 1999
UL3
Class I, Group A B C D T4
UL 913 7th Ed.
Class II, Group F G
UL 60079-0 5th Ed.
Class I, Zone 0, AEx ia IIC T4
UL 60079-11 5th Ed.
CSA4
Class I, Division 1
C22.2 No. 152.
China Ex
Ex ia d I/IIC T4
−
MSHA
CFR30, Part 22, Intrinsically
safe for methane/air mixture
−
ANZEx
Ex ia s Zone 0 I, IP64 Asp.,
−
IP65 Dif. Ex ia s Zone 0 IIC T4
INMETRO
BR - Ex ia d IIC T4 Gb
−
GOST-R
PBExiadI X / 1ExiadIICT4 X
−
KOSHA
Ex d ia IIC T4
−
China CPC
Metrology Approval
−
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The MX6 multi-gas monitor complies with relevant provisions of European ATEX directive 2006/95/EC and
94/9/EC 94/9/EC and EMC directive 2004/108/EC.
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The EC type examination certificate is DEMKO 07 ATEX 0626395X; for equipment group and category II 1G;
with marking code Ex ia IIC T4 Ga for an ambient temperature range of -20°C to 40°C, with the alkaline battery
pack P/N 17131046-3 or -20°C to 55°C with the li-ion battery pack, P/Ns 17131038-1, and 17131038-2.
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The EC type examination certificate is INERIS 08 ATEX 0026X; for equipment group and category I M1 /M2 with
marking code Ex ia d I for an ambient temperature range of -20°C to 40°C, with the alkaline battery pack P/N
17131046-3 or -20°C to 55°C with the li-ion battery pack, P/Ns 17131038-1, and 17131038-2.
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The EC type examination certificate is INERIS 10 ATEX 0027X; for equipment group and category II 2 G with
marking code EN 60079-29-1, and EN 50104.
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The MX6 multi-gas monitor is constructed with reference to published standards of directive 72/23/EEC, to
eliminate electrical risks and fulfill 1.2.7 of ANNEX II of directive 94/9/EC.
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Intrinsically safe for Zone 1 Classified Areas within an ambient temperature range of -20°C to 40°C, with the
alkaline battery pack and -20°C to 55°C with the li-ion battery pack.
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The MX6 is UL classified only as to intrinsic safety for use in Class I, Division 1, Groups A B C D; T4 and Class
II, Groups F, and G and Class I, Zone 0, AEx ia IIC T4 classified locations with the li-ion battery pack P/Ns
17131038-1, and 17131038-2 for T ambient ≤ 55ºC or alkaline battery pack P/N 17131046-3 for T ambient ≤
40ºC.
4 Certified according to the Canadian Electrical Code for use in Class I, Division 1 Hazardous Locations within an
ambient temperature range of -40°C to 40°C for the alkaline battery pack and -40°C to 55°C for the li-ion battery
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pack. CSA No. 152 certification applies when the instrument is calibrated to 50% LEL CH4, and for a temperature
range of 0°C to 40°C. CAUTION: Before each day’s usage, sensitivity must be tested on a known concentration
of pentane or methane equivalent to 25%-50% of full scale concentration. Accuracy must be within -0% to +20%
of actual concentration. Accuracy may be corrected by referring to the zero/calibration section of the instruction
manual.
WARNINGS AND CAUTIONARY STATEMENTS
IMPORTANT: Failure to perform certain procedures or note certain conditions
may impair the performance of this product. For maximum safety and optimal
performance, please read and follow the procedures and conditions listed below.
IMPORTANT: Read and understand this manual before operating.
IMPORTANT: The instrument must be charged before its first use.
IMPORTANT: Be sure to turn off the instrument before (1) servicing
the unit or (2) replacing the battery.
IMPORTANT: Battery contacts are exposed on battery packs when
they are removed from the instrument. Do not touch the battery
contacts and do not stack battery packs on top of each other.
Warning: Explosion hazard. Only replace batteries in nonhazardous
locations. Alkaline battery pack is only approved for use with Duracell
MN 1500 or Rayovac LR6 batteries. Do not mix batteries from
different manufacturers. Replace all batteries at the same time. Do
not store instruments with alkaline batteries installed.
Prior to each day’s use, a bump test should be performed. If the
instrument does not pass the bump test, a full calibration is
recommended.
Oxygen deficient atmospheres may cause combustible gas readings
to be lower than actual concentrations.
Oxygen enriched atmospheres may cause combustible gas readings
to be higher than actual concentrations.
Verify the calibration of the combustible gas sensor after any incident
where the combustible gas content has caused the instrument to
display an over-range condition.
Silicone compound vapors or other known contaminants may affect
the combustible gas sensor and cause readings of combustible gas
to be lower than actual gas concentrations. If the instrument has
been used in an area where silicone vapors were present, always
calibrate the instrument before next use to ensure accurate
measurements.
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Sensor openings and water barriers must be kept clean. Obstruction
of the sensor openings or contamination of the water barriers may
cause readings to be lower than actual gas concentrations.
Sudden changes in atmospheric pressure may cause temporary
fluctuations in the oxygen reading.
Charge battery, change pump filter, service unit, and use its
communication port only in nonhazardous locations. Not for use in
oxygen-enriched atmospheres.
WARNING: Substitution of components may impair intrinsic safety
and may cause an unsafe condition.
CAUTION: For safety reasons, this equipment must be operated and
serviced by qualified personnel only. Read and understand the
instruction manual completely before operating or servicing.
CAUTION: High off-scale readings may indicate explosive
concentration.
CAUTION: Any rapid up-scale reading followed by a declining or
erratic reading may indicate a gas concentration beyond the upper
scale limit which may be hazardous.
WARNING: The use of leather cases can produce inaccurate
readings with diffusion (non-aspirated) gas detection instruments for
specific monitoring applications. Leather cases should be used ONLY
as carrying cases, and NOT for continuous monitoring, with diffusion
instruments configured to measure gases other than O2, CO, CO2,
H2S, and combustible gases (LEL/CH4).
Industrial Scientific recommends the “2 & 2 Sampling Rule” when
sampling with a motorized pump and tubing, allow for 2 minutes plus
2 seconds per foot of tubing used, prior to noting the monitor
readings. This allows time for the gas to reach the instrument and for
the sensors to adequately react to any gases present. ISC
recommends that clear urethane tubing, part number 17065970, be
used when sampling for the following gases: Ammonia (NH3),
Chlorine (Cl2), Chlorine Dioxide (ClO2), Hydrogen Chloride (HCl),
Hydrogen Cyanide (HCN), Nitric Oxide (NO), Nitrogen Dioxide
(NO2), Phosphine (PH3), Sulfur Dioxide (SO2), or Photo Ionization
Detectors (PIDs) used to detect volatile organic compounds (VOCs).
Contact your service representative immediately if you suspect that
the MX6 monitor is working abnormally.
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MSHA conditions of use
The following instructions pertain to the use of the MX6 in conjunction with MSHA
approval.
MSHA approved for use with the following battery packs only:
(A) Replaceable alkaline battery pack, part number 1713-1046-6, consisting of
three each of either of the following 1.5 V battery types: Duracell MN 1500 or
Rayovac LR6.
 Do not mix batteries from different manufacturers.
 Replace all batteries at the same time.
 The individual alkaline batteries may be replaced in a gassy area. Do not
allow dust to enter the unit when replacing individual batteries.
 The battery pack must be replaced in fresh air only.
(B) Rechargeable lithium-ion battery pack part number 1713-1038-4, or -5,
containing two or three 3.6V, 1.8 amp-hour Lithium Batteries.
• The lithium-ion cells are not user-replaceable.
• The lithium-ion pack must be charged in fresh air only.
CAUTION: For compliance determinations required by 30 CFR 75, Subpart D,
the monitor must display "CH4" and “%VOL” during the monitor's start-up
sequence.
CAUTION: The Model MX6 iBrid Multi-Gas Monitor must be configured to
include a catalytic sensor, Model 4L-LEL, P/N 1710-5081, (CH4, 0-5% v/v).
CAUTION: The IR (infrared) methane sensor reading is not to be used for
methane concentrations below 5% in air.
CAUTION: The Model MX6 iBrid Multi-Gas Monitor must be calibrated according
to the procedure specified in the instruction manual.
CAUTION: In applications requiring MSHA certification, the IR sensor for
detecting up to 100% v/v methane-in-air the sensor must be calibrated manually;
the DS2 docking station cannot be used to calibrate the IR sensor. The
recommended calibration gas for IR methane sensor calibration is 99% volume
methane.
CAUTION: When calibrated using methane concentrations less than 5% of
volume, reading accuracy of the infrared methane sensor may not be guaranteed
to be better than +/-20%.
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KEY FEATURES
Overview
Feature
Audio
Indicator
Description
Used for alarming, warnings, and the optional confidence
indicator. There are two levels of audio gas alarms based on
the frequency of the beeps and the length of delay between
beeps.
 Low-level (level-1): Low frequency beeps with a long delay
 High-level (level-2): High frequency with short delay
For all sensors but oxygen, if the gas reading is above the high
alarm level, the instrument sustains the high alarm until the gas
reading is below the high alarm level, then the instrument
switches to the low alarm until the gas reading is below the low
alarm level. For the oxygen sensor, a high alarm only is
indicated for both oxygen enrichment and depletion.
Vibrating
Alarm
Pulsing alarm that is used for limit alarms and as a confidence
indicator.
Visual Alarm
The instrument has alarm LEDs located beneath the opaque
sensor array at the top of the unit. There are two levels of
visual alarms based on the length of delay between the LED
flashes.
 Low-level (level-1): LEDs are pulsed with a long delay
 High-level (level-2): LEDs are pulsed with a short delay
The LCD backlight flashes as part of all alarm sequences,
except for the battery low condition. The visual alarm is also
used as the confidence indicator which, when enabled, blinks
the LEDs once every 30 seconds.
Infrared (I/R)
Port
An optical media interface (per IrDA physical layer
specification) is located on the bottom of the instrument and is
used for infrared (I/R) data transmissions at speeds of 115200
bytes/second.
Clip/Connector Located on the back of the MX6 for hands-free gas monitoring.
A wrist strap is also provided to protect against drops during
operation.
Cradles
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Three different cradles are available for use with the MX6 multigas monitor.
KEY FEATURES
 Charger: Charge the internal batteries
 Data link: Download data (e.g., events) to a host computer
 Charger/Data link: Combination of both.
Color LCD
TFT high-resolution, color liquid crystal display.
Menu-Driven
User Interface
The user interface is menu-driven and contains the LCD,
Navigation Button, Audio Indicator, Vibrating Alarm, and Visual
Alarm. The menu system consists of two different root menus.
The background color of the LCD identifies the current menu.
 Operation Menu: white background on LCD
 Configuration Menu: yellow background on LCD.
Security
Access to the Configuration Mode can be protected using a
security password. When activated, this password must be
entered in order to access and change the parameters within
the Configuration Menu.
Alarm Events
Fifteen alarm events for the instrument are recorded into a
FIFO queue in nonvolatile memory and are time stamped. An
event is recorded any time that the instrument goes into alarm.
Event information (which can be downloaded from the
instrument) includes instrument serial number, sensor type,
sensor serial number, gas type, peak exposure level, alarm
duration in minutes and seconds, and date and time that alarm
occurred.
Error Events
Fifteen error events for the instrument are recorded into a FIFO
queue in nonvolatile memory and are time stamped. An error
event is recorded any time that a fault occurs (including pump
faults and fault events during the self-test). The information
stored for each event includes instrument serial number, fault
that occurred, fault error code, date and time stamp, and any
pertinent data (i.e., pump current reading).
Data log
Data logging is a feature that allows a variety of system
parameters to be recorded at regular intervals (and saved
internally) for retrieval (and viewing) at a later date. The data
log feature saves the following information:
 Gas Type
 Time of Day
 Temperature
 Gas Reading
 Date
 Battery Level
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KEY FEATURES
 Alarm Conditions Flagged  User ID
 STEL
 Site ID
 Snapshot Enabled/Disabled  TWA
NOTE: Data are saved in case of power loss.
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QUICK START MENU FLOWCHARTS
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Recommended Practices
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Procedures
Procedure Frequency
First Use
PROCEDURES
When completed regularly, the procedures defined below help to maintain proper
instrument functionality and enhance operator safety.
Configuration. The configuration process allows qualified personnel to review and
adjust a unit's settings.
Bump Test (or "functional test"). Bump testing checks for sensor and alarm
functionality. The installed sensors are briefly exposed to expected
concentrations of calibration gases that are greater than the sensors’ low alarm
set points. When one or more sensors “pass” the test, they are “functional” and
the unit will alarm. Each sensor’s “pass” or “fail” result is indicated on the unit’s
display.
Note: a bump test does not measure for sensor accuracy (see “Calibration”).
Zero. Zeroing sets each installed sensor to recognize the ambient air as clean
air. If the ambient air is not truly clean air, gasses that are present and relevant to
the installed sensor types will be measured and displayed as zero. Readings will
be inaccurate until the unit is correctly zeroed in truly fresh air or with a zero air
cylinder.
Calibration. All sensors gradually degrade over time. This diminishes a sensor's
ability to measure gas concentrations accurately; however, regular calibrations
adjust the instrument to compensate for this decline in sensitivity. During
calibration, the installed sensors are exposed to expected concentrations of
calibration gases and, when needed, the instrument will self-adjust to ensure the
accurate measurement and display of detected gas concentrations.
Note: when a sensor has degraded beyond an acceptable level, no further adjustment is possible and
the sensor will no longer pass calibration.
Peak Readings. The instrument stores the highest detected gas readings, the
"peak readings" or "peaks". Bump testing and calibration will often register new
peak readings. Therefore, the clearing of the peak readings should follow each
calibration. The instrument operator may also wish to clear the peak readings
after a bump test, before a change in location, or after an alarm is addressed and
cleared.
Note: The peak readings and the data log readings are stored independently of one another; therefore,
clearing the peak readings does not affect the data log. Powering the instrument off or changing its
battery does not affect the peak readings. These checks and balances help promote operator safety,
and serve to contain the peak readings in a "black-box" manner. In the event of a gas-related incident,
this black-box record can be useful to the safety team or a prospective investigator.
PROCEDURE FREQUENCY
Industrial Scientific Corporation (ISC) minimum frequency recommendations for
each procedure are summarized in the table below. These recommendations are
based on field data, safe work procedures, industry best practices, and
regulatory standards to enhance worker safety. ISC is not responsible for setting
customer safety practices and policies. These policies may be affected by the
directives and recommendations of regulatory groups, environmental conditions,
operating conditions, instrument use patterns and exposure to gas, and other
factors.
Recommended procedure frequency
Procedure
ISC Recommended minimum frequency
Configuration
Before first use and as needed thereafter.
Calibrationa
Before first use and monthly thereafter.
Bump testb
Prior to each day’s use.
a
Between regular calibrations, ISC also recommends a calibration be performed immediately following
each of these incidences: the unit falls, is dropped, or experiences another significant impact; is
exposed to water; fails a bump test; or has been repeatedly exposed to an over-range (positive or
negative) gas concentration. A calibration is also recommended after the installation of a new (or
replacement) sensor.
b
If conditions do not permit daily testing, bump tests may be done less frequently based on company
safety policy.
Note: The use of calibration gases not provided by ISC may void product warranties and limit potential
liability claims.
FIRST USE
The MX6 multigas monitor (instrument) is powered by an alkaline or
rechargeable Lithium-ion (Li-ion) battery.
The lithium-ion battery packs are charged at the factory; however, some or all of
the charge may deplete before the monitor arrives or is unpacked. ISC
recommends that the monitor be fully charged using an ISC compatible charger
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or docking station; this may require up to eight hours. Note that the LCD on the
MX6 shows that the battery is charging.
After a unit is fully charged, qualified personnel should configure and calibrate it
before first use (see chapters 5 and 6).
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Instrument Basics
Hardware Overview
Power On and Shutdown
Gas-monitoring Display Screen
HARDWARE OVERVIEW
The MX6 multigas monitor is a handheld, “dockable” instrument for personal
protection. The five-way navigation button is shown in detail below. The button
symbols are used within this document’s instructional text.
Sensor Openings
(Filters Beneath)
Sensor Filter
(Beneath
Sensor
Openings)
Chassis
Wrist Strap
Connector
(Not Shown)
Battery Charging
Contacts (Not Shown)
Visual Alarm
(Beneath Sensor
Openings)
LCD
5-Way
Navigation
Button
IR Communications
Port (Not Shown)
POWER ON AND SHUTDOWN
Two operation basics are powering on the instrument and shutting it down.
Power on.
To power on the MX6 instrument, press and hold
for at least 3 seconds.
After power on, a series of start-up screens is displayed on the LCD. Start-up
screens may vary depending on the unit’s configuration.
If no pump is detected by the unit, the gas-monitoring display screen is
activated (see next section).
If the unit detects a pump, it requires the operator-assisted completion of a
pump check, a built-in safety measure to ensure the pump is operational. The
instrument operator is prompted through the process by the following displayscreen sequence.
No action necessary.
Place a finger over the
pump inlet to block the
flow of air.
Remove the finger from
the inlet and press
.
No action necessary.
After a successful pump check, the gas-monitoring display screen is activated.
Shutdown.
To shut down the instrument, hold
for more than two seconds. A
confirmation screen is displayed to provide for user verification of the shutdown.
GAS-MONITORING DISPLAY SCREEN
The gas-monitoring display screen for a six-sensor instrument is reproduced
below.
Reading the gas-monitoring display screen
sensor type
gas concentration
unit of measure
battery charge level
indicator
time and date
message area
NOTE: The sample gas monitoring display screen is shown here in numeric format. Depending on the unit's
configuration, some items may not display or may display differently.
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Sensor types are displayed as solid black text during normal operation, and
blinking black text during alarm conditions.
The sensor readings are displayed as solid black numerals during normal
operation, and solid red numerals during alarm conditions.
The unit of measure is displayed as black text beneath the sensor readings.
NOTE: For over-range conditions, a blinking “OR” is displayed in red as the
sensor value. If the alarm is a STEL or TWA, the word “STEL” or “TWA” is shown
to indicate the corresponding alarm.
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Operation
Menu System
Activating the Root Menu
Navigation
Locating Operation-mode Features
MENU SYSTEM
The operation-mode root menu is the
entry point to any feature. It is activated
from the gas-monitoring display screen
and has three menu tabs.
Operation-mode
root menu
Tab
To activate the root menu, start with a
powered-on instrument and follow the
instruction below.
ACTIVATING THE ROOT MENU
Instruction
If the gas-monitoring screen is
not backlit, press
once to
turn on the backlight.
Press
again to activate the
operation-mode root menu. It
will appear across the top of the
gas-monitoring screen as
shown here; the “View” tab is
highlighted.
Display Screen
Terminology
Dropdown menu
to activate the “View”
Press
dropdown menu.
Highlight bar
Item
Symbol
NAVIGATION
Continuing with the sample screen from above, the instrument operator has
already activated the operation-mode root menu and the dropdown menu for
“View”. The keypad is used to navigate as described below.
Keypad
Navigation
Sample screen
Button press
Result
Activate the battery information
screen.
▲
Move the highlight bar up, from
“Battery” to “Display”.
▼
Move the highlight bar down, from
“Battery” to “Profile”.
◄
Move the highlight bar to the left
tab, from “View” to “[X]”.
►
Move the highlight bar to the right
tab, from “View” to “Sensor”.
Other keypad functions
Button press
Result
Any button
Activate the backlight.
Start a task.
Confirm or cancel an action.
Change an item’s status (for example, from on to off).
▲or ▼
Enter text or values in a data field.
◄or ►
Use as a cursor within a data field.
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As shown below, the “Display” screens contain symbols that indicate navigation
options, feature status, or data entry locations.
Display screen symbols
Symbol
►
Meaning
Navigation
The “Display” menu item has an additional screen to
which the instrument operator can navigate.
Action: Press
● or
to see the next screen.
Enabled (on)
The screen symbols indicate the following:
- The numeric display style is enabled (on).
- The text and graphical display styles are disabled
(off).
- The display screen is set to rotate (for use in
environments where a different view is needed).
Actions:
Press ▲or ▼ to move the highlight bar.
Press
to enable or disable the highlighted option.
Data entry
Enter text or values in a data field.
Actions:
Press ▲to increment to the next character (from “a” to
“b”).
Press ▼ to decrement to the previous character (from
“b” to “a”).
Press ► to create the next character.
Press ◄ to delete the last character entered.
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LOCATING OPERATION-MODE FEATURES
From the root menu’s three tabs, all features are accessible. Use the navigation
instruction from above to activate the root menu, and then any tab’s dropdown
menu. The feature location list (below) shows the dropdown menus and
describes the options that are accessible from each menu item.
Feature location list
Dropdown menu Menu item
View
Display
Accessible options
Choose a display style (numeric, text,
or graph) for the gas-monitoring
screen.
Rotate the display 180°.
Battery
Check the percentage of charge
remaining.
Profiles
Set the instrument (unit) to operate
based on the settings of a specific
profile.
Help
Locate ISC contact information.
View the unit's firmware version.
Configure
Access the configuration mode.
Warning: only qualified personnel
should access and work in the
configuration mode.
Sensor
Zero All
Simultaneously zero all installed
sensors.
See also “Sensors”.
Calibration
Calibrate all installed sensors (with
the option to skip any sensor).
See also “Sensors”.
Bump Test
Bump test all installed sensors (with
the option to skip any sensor).
See also “Sensors”.
Peaks
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Simultaneously clear the peak
Feature location list
Dropdown menu Menu item
Accessible options
readings for all installed sensors.
Sensors
Zero, calibrate, or bump test any
individual installed sensor.
View any sensor's most recent
calibration date and its span trends.
For a PID or LEL sensor, view its unit
of measure along with its RF or
correlation factor.
Data
Location
View a diagram of the installed sensor
locations.
New Session
Begin a new data log session.
View Data
View a graph depicting gas readings
for all installed sensors or for an
individual sensor.
View numeric or graphical displays of
TWA or STEL readings for all toxic
sensors or for an individual toxic
sensor.
View details for any of the 15 most
recent alarm events.
Comments
Enter comments to the data log.
Users/Sites
View or set the current user (or
current site).
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Configuration
Access
Locating Configuration-mode Settings
ACCESS
Using the instructions provided in Chapter 4, qualified personnel can navigate the
menu system to enter and work in configuration mode. Menu system terminology
is re-introduced below along with configuration-mode access instructions.
Entering configuration mode
Instruction
Display Screen
Terminology
If the gas-monitoring screen is
not backlit, press
once to turn
on the backlight.
Press
once to activate the
operation-mode root menu.
Operation-mode root menu
Press
to activate the “View”
dropdown menu.
Dropdown menu
Press ▼ or ▲ to move the
highlight bar to “Configure”.
Symbol
Press
to the enter
configuration mode.
If the unit does not have a set
password, the user will enter the
configuration mode; otherwise,
Item
Highlight bar
Entering configuration mode
Instruction
Display Screen
Terminology
the user will be prompted to
enter the configuration-mode
password.
Press ▼ or ▲ to select a
character.
Press ► to create the next
character, or ◄ to delete the
last.
Press
to highlight the
password, then ▼to highlight the
“OK” command. Press
.
The configuration-mode root
menu will be activated and will
appear across the top of the
display screen.
Press ▲ to move the highlight
bar to the “Config” tab. (Press ◄
or ►to highlight another rootmenu tab).
Configuration-mode root
menu
All configuration-mode
screens feature these
treatments:
Yellow background
Tool icon
Press
to activate the
highlighted tab’s dropdown
menu.
NOTE: Passwords are a minimum of three characters and a maximum of 10.
NOTE: If the user doesn’t remember the password, entering “412” as the
password and pressing ◄and ►simultaneously resets the password to nothing.
As shown below, display screens contain symbols that indicate navigation
options, feature status, or data entry locations.
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Display screen symbols
Symbol
Meaning
►
Navigation
Each menu item has an additional screen to which
the safety team member can navigate.
Action: Press
● or
to see the next screen.
Enabled (on)
The symbols shown here indicate the following:
- The “Audio”, “Visual”, and “Vibrate” alarms are
enabled (on).
- The instrument operator is permitted to shut
down the unit while it is in alarm.
- The alarms will turn on when the unit is docked.
- The alarm “Latch” is disabled (off).
Actions:
Press ► to move the highlight bar to the alarm
options menu.
Press ▲or ▼ to move the highlight bar among the
alarm options.
Press
to enable or disable the highlighted
option (or access the next screen for the
“Confidence” indicator option).
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Display screen symbols
Symbol
Meaning
Data entry
Enter text or values in a data field.
Actions:
Press ► or ◄ to move the highlight among data
fields and buttons.
On a highlighted data field:
- Press ▲ (or ▼) to increment (or decrement)
the value or to scroll among choices.
- Press
to confirm the value or selection.
- Press ► or ◄ to move the highlight bar to the
next field or button.
LOCATING CONFIGURATION-MODE SETTINGS
From the configuration-mode root menu, all configurable settings are accessible.
The settings location list (below) shows the dropdown menus and describes the
options that are accessible from each menu item.
Settings location list
Dropdown menu
Item
Accessible settings
Config
Admin
Edit the settings for the backlight,
clock, configuration-mode password,
or company name display.
Choose the display language.
Reset the instrument to factory default
settings.
Alarms
Enable or disable each of these
options: the alarm latching feature
and the audio, visual, and vibration
alarm indicators*.
Disallow or allow operator-activated
shutdown when the unit is in alarm.
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Settings location list
Dropdown menu
Item
Accessible settings
Disable or enable alarm indicators
when the unit is docked.
Enable the confidence indicator and
select the indicator types (audio,
visual, or vibrate).
*It is possible to disable all three alarm
indicators. As a precaution, a confirmation
screen requires the safety team member to
confirm or cancel the action. If confirmed, the
operation-mode display will notify the instrument
operator, in red type, that all alarm indicators are
off (“ALARMS OFF!”).
Display
Set the gas-monitoring screen to
include the time of day, the
temperature, or both*.
Set the gas readings display screen to
include the PID RF, LEL correlation
factor, or both*.
*When both is selected, the display continuously
shows a value, alternating between the two.
Start-up
Set the unit to prompt the instrument
operator, during the start-up
sequence, to perform any or all of
these tasks: zero, calibration, or bump
test.
Enable or disable the instrument selftest to perform automatically during
the start-up sequence.
Profiles
Enter new profiles, delete profiles,
and set the current profile.
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Settings location list
Dropdown menu
Item
Accessible settings
Sensor
Sensors
Enable or disable a sensor.
Set alarm values (high, low, and
STEL) and the TWA time base.
Set calibration gas values and
properties.
Options
Enable or disable operation-mode
access to these tasks: zero,
calibration, clear peaks, and bump
test.
Choose the display preference for
how the unit communicates calibration
date information to its user: date of
the next or last (most recent)
calibration.
Determine how the unit will behave
when a calibration is overdue. Set the
unit for automatic shutdown,
continued operation, or continued
operation with "cal overdue"
notification to the instrument operator.
Adjust the criteria (percentage of gas
sensed and seconds) required for the
unit to pass a bump test.
RF List
Mark any response factor (RF) as a
favorite.
Create custom RFs and set the gas
type and response factor for each.
Location
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View the unit’s sensor location map.
Settings location list
Dropdown menu
Item
Accessible settings
Data
Options
Set the data log recording interval or
adjust the TWA time period.
Enable or disable operation-mode
access to overwrite the data log and
view data or events.
Mode
Choose the data log operation mode:
normal, on-alarm, or operatoractivated snapshot.
Clear
Clear the data log of current session
data or all data.
Users
Add or delete users. Set the current
user. Enable or disable operationmode access to change the current
user.
Sites
Add or delete sites. Set the current
site. Enable or disable operationmode access to change the current
site.
After changes are made in configuration mode, they can be saved to the
instrument profile or to another profile.
Exiting configuration mode
Dropdown menu
Item
Result
Exit
Exit and “[x]” exits configuration mode
and returns to the gas-monitoring display
screen. Changes that have been made
in configuration are saved to the
instrument profile only; other profiles are
not affected.
Save Profile
Changes that have been made in
configuration mode are saved to a
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specific profile and not to the instrument
profile. The unit will prompt the safety
team member to specify the profile
name.
NOTE: Unless specified otherwise, configuration-mode display screens time out
after 90 seconds. When activated, the main configuration screen remains on for
five minutes.
NOTE: If the instrument is still reading gas while in configuration mode, and
there is an alarm, the instrument returns to the gas-monitoring display screen.
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Tasks
Power assessment
Zero
Calibrate
Bump Test
POWER ASSESSMENT
The Battery icon on the gas-readings display screen visually reflects the current
status of the battery life. Depending on the installed LCD, one of two different
icons may appear for each charge level.
Charge remaining
Icon (color)
Icon (color)
>100%
(blue)
(blue)
>75%
(blue)
(blue and red)
>50%
(blue)
(blue and gray)
>25%
(blue)
(yellow and gray)
>5%
(yellow)
(red and gray)
NOTE: If the battery life remaining is less than one hour, the battery icon
flashes on the display and has an audible battery low alarm. If the run time
is less than 10 minutes, the instrument alerts the user of impending
shutdown by showing “Low Battery” on the lower central part of the display.
ZERO
From the operation-mode root menu, activate the
“Sensor” dropdown menu. Highlight the “Zero All”
item and press
. The unit aks the instrument
operator to confirm the zero request.
 If “Cancel” is selected, the user is returned to the
gas-monitoring display screen and the zeroing is
skipped.
 If “OK” is selected, the zeroing of the sensors
starts.
If there is a CO2 sensor present in the instrument, it
is zeroed last. Zero air must be applied to zero a
CO2 sensor. The instrument prompts the user to
apply zero air. If the user selects “OK”, the CO2
sensor starts zeroing.
By pressing ◄or ► the highlight bar moves from
the “OK” button to the “Cancel” button and back
again. If the user selects “Cancel”, the CO2 sensor
is not zeroed.
If there is an oxygen sensor installed in the
instrument, it is calibrated during the zeroing
operation.
When the zero is finished, the results screen is
displayed.
Selecting “OK” returns the instrument to the gasmonitoring screen. If “OK” is not selected, the
instrument asks if the user wants to calibrate after a
15 second time-out.
CALIBRATE
The instrument alarms are deactivated during the calibration to save battery life.
If “Calibrate” is selected, the instrument displays the confirmation screen shown
below. If “Cancel” is selected, the user is returned to the gas-monitoring display
screen.
If the user selects “OK”, all the installed sensors are zeroed first (following the
“Zero All” steps outlined above) and then calibrated. After the zero, the results
are shown for 5 seconds and then the calibration of the first sensor begins.
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The screen to alert the user to connect gas to the instrument is then shown.
Once the sensor starts to read gas, the calibration begins. The user has 5
minutes to apply gas before the calibration times out. Gas should be applied at a
flow rate of 0.5 lpm. If the user chooses to “Skip” a sensor, the instrument will
move to the next sensor. The “Abort” option aborts the calibration and shows the
“Calibration Complete” screen.
When the calibration is finished, the following screen shows the passed,
marginal, skipped, and failed sensors, when six sensors are installed.
BUMP TEST
From the operation-mode root menu, activate
the “Sensor” dropdown menu. Highlight the
“Bump Test” item and press
.
The unit asks the instrument operator to confirm
the bump test request. If “Cancel” is selected,
the user is returned to the gas-monitoring
display screen. If the user selects “OK”, all the
installed sensors are bump tested, starting with
the first sensor.
The screen to alert the user to apply gas to the instrument is then shown. The
user has a fixed number of seconds to apply gas and select “Start” before the
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bump times out. If the user selects “Skip”, the bump for this particular sensor is
not done. The instrument moves on to the next sensor.
If the user selects “Start”, the bump test is started for this sensor. The sensor
must reach a gas reading of 50% or greater (user selectable in configuration
menu) of the applied gas (calibration) concentration within 60 seconds (user
selectable in configuration menu) to pass. Once the sensor has done so, the
word “Pass” is displayed for 3 seconds before the instrument moves on to the
next sensor.
After all the sensors installed in the instrument have been bump tested, a result
screen is shown. The user must acknowledge this screen to continue, by
selecting the “OK” button.
If all the sensors have passed the bump test, the instrument goes to the gasmonitoring display screen. If any sensor failed the bump test, after viewing and
acknowledging the results, the instrument asks the user to continue, or calibrate
the failed sensor(s). If the user selects the Cancel button, the sensor is not
calibrated and the instrument moves on to the next sensor in the list. If the user
selects “OK”, the failed sensor is calibrated.
If there is more than one sensor that failed the bump test, they are calibrated in
order (top row left to right, bottom row left to right on the gas-monitoring display
screen), one at a time – each time prompting the user to choose whether to
calibrate the sensor or not.
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Specifications and Warranty
Batteries
Sensors
LEL Data
Warranty
BATTERIES
Battery properties
Run time*
(hours)
Recharge time
(hours)
MX6 iBrid without pump
24
<7
MX6 iBrid with pump
12
<7
MX6 iBrid without pump
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<8
MX6 iBrid with pump
20
<8
MX6 iBrid without pump
10
N/A
MX6 iBrid with pump
5
N/A
Li-ion battery pack
Extended range Li-ion battery pack
Alkaline battery pack
*Typical run time for fully charged battery operating at room temperature in a unit with CO, O2, LEL
(catalytic), and H2S installed sensors.
N/A = not applicable.
SENSORS
Sensor specifications
Sensor properties
Accuracy
Response time
Over full sensor
temperature and
RH ranges
Sensor RH
2
range
At temperature
of calibration
Sensor
temperature
2
range
Measurement
range
Measurement
resolution
Gas Names
Sensor technology1
Sensor Category
Abbreviation
(typical)
(%vol, %LEL, or ppm)
degrees (°)
(%)
-20°C to 55°C
(-4°F to 131°F)
5 to 95
± 0.5
± 0.8
5
10
(%)
(%)
T50
T90
Seconds (s)
Oxygen
Oxygen
0% to
30% vol
O2
E
Combustible
LEL
C
0% to
100%
LEL
1% LEL
-20°C to 55°C 15 to 95
(-4°F to 131°F)
± 5.0
± 15.0
15
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Combustible
LEL
IR
0% to
100%
LEL
1% LEL
-20°C to 50°C
(-4°F to 122°F)
0 to 95
± 5.0
± 15.0
15
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Methane
CH4
IR
0% to
100%
LEL
1% LEL
-20°C to 50°C
(-4°F to 122°F)
0 to 95
± 5.0
± 15.0
10
25
Methane
CH4
C
0% to
5% vol
0.01% vol -20°C to 55°C 15 to 95
(-4°F to 131°F)
± 5.0
± 15.0
15
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± 5.0
± 15.0
Ammonia3
NH3
E
30 s
80 s
Carbon Dioxide
CO2
IR
Carbon Monoxide
CO
Carbon Monoxide
CO
0.10% vol
Combustible
Toxic
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-20°C to 40°C
(-4°F to
104°F)
15 to 95
0% to
5% vol
0.01% vol -20°C to 50°C
(-4°F to 122°F)
0 to 95
± 5.0
± 15.0
10 s
25 s
E
0 to
1,500
ppm
1.00 ppm
-20°C to 50°C 15 to 90
(-4°F to 122°F)
± 5.0
± 15.0
15 s
50 s
E
0 to
9,999
ppm
1.00 ppm
-20°C to 50°C 15 to 90
(-4°F to 122°F)
± 5.0
± 15.0
15 s
50 s
0 to 500
ppm
1.00 ppm
Sensor specifications
Sensor properties
Accuracy
Response time
degrees (°)
(%)
Over full sensor
temperature and
RH ranges
Sensor RH
2
range
(%vol, %LEL, or ppm)
At temperature
of calibration
Sensor
temperature
2
range
Measurement
range
Measurement
resolution
Gas Names
Sensor technology1
Sensor Category
Abbreviation
(typical)
(%)
(%)
T50
T90
Seconds (s)
Carbon Monoxide
(Hydrogen Low)
CO/
H2
Low
E
0 to
1,000
ppm
1.00 ppm
-20°C to 50°C 15 to 90
(-4°F to 122°F)
± 15.0
± 15.0
15 s
30 s
Carbon Monoxide
and Hydrogen
Sulfide (COSH
sensor)
CO
E
0 to
1,500
ppm
1.00 ppm
-20°C to 50°C 15 to 90
(-4°F to 122°F)
± 5.0
± 15.0
15 s
50 s
H2S
E
0 to 500
ppm
0.10 ppm
-20°C to 55°C
(-4°F to
131°F)
15 to 95
± 5.0
± 15.0
15 s
50 s
Cl2
E
0 to 50
ppm
0.10 ppm
-20°C to 40°C
(-4°F to
104°F)
15 to 90
± 10.0
Varies*
25 s
120 s
Chlorine
*For the Cl2 sensor, accuracy over the “full sensor temperature and RH ranges” is based on temperature range: ± 15.0%
from -20°C to 40°C (-4°F to 104°F); and ± 25.0% from 41°C to 50°C (106°F to 122°F).
Chlorine Dioxide
ClO2
E
0 to 1
ppm
0.01 ppm
-20°C to 40°C
(-4°F to
104°F)
15 to 95
± 5.0
± 15.0
30 s
120 s
Hydrogen
H2
E
0 to
2,000
ppm
1.00 ppm
-20°C to 50°C 15 to 90
(-4°F to 122°F)
± 5.0
± 15.0
35 s
120 s
Hydrogen
3
Chloride
HCl
E
0 to 30
ppm
0.10 ppm
-20°C to 40°C
(-4°F to
104°F)
15 to 95
± 5.0
± 15.0
50 s
150 s
Hydrogen Cyanide
HCN
E
0 ppm to
30 ppm
0.10 ppm
-40°C to 40°C
(-40°F to
104°F)
15 to 90
± 5.0
± 15.0
25 s
80 s
Hydrogen Sulfide
H2 S
E
0 to 500
ppm
0.10 ppm
-20°C to 50°C 15 to 90
(-4°F to 122°F)
± 5.0
± 15.0
15 s
50 s
Nitrogen Dioxide
NO2
E
0 to 150
ppm
0.10 ppm
-20°C to 50°C 15 to 90
(-4°F to 122°F)
± 5.0
± 15.0
15 s
50 s
Nitric Oxide3
NO
E
0 to
1,000
ppm
1.00 ppm
-20°C to 50°C 15 to 90
(-4°F to 122°F)
± 5.0
± 15.0
15 s
50 s
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Sensor specifications
Sensor properties
Accuracy
Response time
Over full sensor
temperature and
RH ranges
Sensor RH
2
range
At temperature
of calibration
Sensor
temperature
2
range
Measurement
range
Measurement
resolution
Gas Names
Sensor technology1
Sensor Category
Abbreviation
(typical)
(%vol, %LEL, or ppm)
degrees (°)
(%)
(%)
(%)
T50
T90
Seconds (s)
Phosphine
PH3
E
0 to 5
ppm
0.01 ppm
-20°C to 40°C
(-4°F to
104°F)
20 to 95
± 5.0
± 15.0
10 s
30 s
Phosphine
PH3
E
0 to
1,000
ppm
1.00 ppm
-20°C to 50°C 15 to 90
(-4°F to 122°F)
± 5.0
± 15.0
10 s
50 s
Sulfur Dioxide
SO2
E
0 to 150
ppm
0.10 ppm
-20°C to 50°C
(-4°F to 122
°F)
Varies
**
± 15.0
10 s
30 s
15 to 90
**For the SO2 sensor, accuracy at the “temperature of calibration” is based on measurement range: ± 5.0% or 1 ppm
(whichever is greater) from 0 ppm to 20 ppm; and ± 15.0% for 21 ppm to 150 ppm.
Volatile Organic
Compounds
VOC 10.6 eV
(PID)
0 to
2,000
ppm
0.10 ppm
-20°C to 50°C
(-4°F to 122°F)
0 to 90
±
10.0
± 20.0
1
2
15 s
50 s
Sensor technology: "C" stands for catalytic, "E" for electrochemical, "IR" for infrared, and "PID" for photoionization detector.
During continuous operation.
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These sensors may become unstable if the battery is removed from the instrument or after the low battery warning is
activated. If either incidence occurs, change the battery (or re-install the existing battery if it has suitable life remaining), then
power the monitor ON then OFF, and allow at least 24 hours for the sensors to stabilize.
LEL DATA
LEL correlation factors for combustible gases
Sample gas*
LEL
(% vol)
LEL correlation factors
Calibration gas
Butane
Hexane
Hydrogen
Methane
Pentane
Propane
Acetone
2.5%
1.00
0.70
1.70
1.70
0.90
1.10
Acetylene
2.5%
0.70
0.60
1.30
1.30
0.70
0.80
Benzene
1.2%
1.10
0.80
1.90
1.90
1.00
1.20
Butane
1.9%
1.00
0.58
1.78
1.67
0.83
1.03
Ethane
3.0%
0.80
0.60
1.30
1.30
0.70
0.80
Ethanol
3.3%
0.89
0.52
1.59
1.49
0.74
0.92
Ethylene
2.7%
0.80
0.60
1.40
1.30
0.70
0.90
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LEL DATA
LEL correlation factors for combustible gases
Sample gas*
LEL
(% vol)
LEL correlation factors
Calibration gas
Butane
Hexane
Hydrogen
Methane
Pentane
Propane
Hexane
1.1%
1.71
1.00
3.04
2.86
1.42
1.77
Hydrogen
4.0%
0.56
0.33
1.00
0.94
0.47
0.58
Isopropanol
2.0%
1.10
0.90
2.00
1.90
1.00
1.20
Methane
5.0%
0.60
0.35
1.06
1.00
0.50
0.62
Methanol
6.0%
0.60
0.50
1.10
1.10
0.60
0.70
Nonane
0.8%
2.22
1.30
3.95
3.71
1.84
2.29
Pentane
1.4%
1.21
0.71
2.15
2.02
1.00
1.25
Propane
2.1%
0.97
0.57
1.72
1.62
0.80
1.00
Styrene
0.9%
1.30
1.00
2.20
2.20
1.10
1.40
Toluene
1.1%
1.53
0.89
2.71
2.55
1.26
1.57
Xylene
1.1%
1.50
1.10
2.60
2.50
1.30
1.60
JP-4
—
—
—
—
—
1.20
—
JP-5
—
—
—
—
—
0.90
—
JP-8
—
—
—
—
—
1.50
—
NOTE: The table above provides the LEL for select combustible gases*. It also provides correlation factors that
help the safety technician and instrument operator determine the actual percentage LEL when the sample gas
differs from the gas that was used to calibrate the unit.
For example, if the unit reads 10% LEL in a pentane atmosphere, and was calibrated to methane, the actual
percentage LEL is determined as follows:
1.
Locate the table cell where the sample gas (pentane) intersects with the calibration gas (methane).
2.
Multiply the cell's value (2.02) by the unit's LEL reading (10%) to calculate the actual concentration
of 20.2% LEL.
* The combustible gas list is not a comprehensive list of all combustible gases that can be detected by the MX6.
For additional information about combustible gas detection and the MX6, contact the ISC Technical Service
department.
WARRANTY
Industrial Scientific Corporation’s MX6 iBrid™ portable gas monitors are
warranted to be free from defects in material and workmanship under normal and
proper use and service for as long as the instrument is supported by Industrial
Scientific Corporation.
The above warranty does not include sensors, battery packs, and internal
pumps, which are warranted to be free from defects in material and workmanship
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