INDUSTRIAL SCIENTIFIC M40 MANUAL

Text of Industrial Scientific M40 User Manual


P/N 1710-8879Rev 2Printed 0903-2000Specifications Subject to Change

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Dear Valued Customer,

Thank you for buying and making use of Industrial ScientificsM40 Multi-Gas Monitor.

Your M40 have the right to be relied upon for trustworthy business, dayafter day. It has been designed, produced, tested andprrange under the most scrutinizing problems possible.With the minimal care and also maintenance described in thisInstruction Manual, it will certainly carry out you through years oftrusted security.

I am many pertained to that you be pleased with theperformance of your M40 in the months and years ahead. I urge you to speak to us via any type of questions or comments youmay have. Often times a phone contact and also a question cansave you hrs of frustration. Please never hesitate tocontact me at 1-800-DETECTS (338-3287).

All of us at Industrial Scientific appreciate the opportunityto serve you.

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Kent D. McElhattanPresident & CEOIndustrial Scientific Corporation

3WARNINGS AND CAUTIONARY STATEMENTSFaiattract to percreate specific procedures or note particular conditionsmight impair the performance of the instrument. For maximumsafety and security and performance, please review and also follow the proceduresand problems outlined below.

Oxygen deficient environments may reason combustible gasreadings to be reduced than actual concentrations.

Oxygen enriched settings might cause combustible gasreadings to be better than actual concentrations.

Verify the calibration of the combustible gas sensor after anyoccurrence where the combustible gas content has resulted in theinstrument to display screen an OVER-RANGE problem.

Silicone compound vapors or various other known contaminants mayaffect the combustible gas sensor and cause readings of combustiblegas to be reduced than actual gas concentrations. If the instrument hasbeen supplied in a space where silicone vapors were current, alwayscalibprice the instrument before following use to encertain accuratemeasurements.

Sensor openings and also water obstacles have to be maintained clean.Obstruction of the sensor openings and/or contamination of the waterbarriers may cause readings to be reduced than actual gasconcentrations.

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Sudden alters in atmospheric push might reason temporaryfluctuations in the oxygen analysis.

Charge battery, organization unit, and also usage its communication port onlyin non-hazardous locations. Not for usage in oxygen enrichedsettings.

WARNING: SUBSTITUTION OF COMPONENTS MAY IMPAIRINTRINSIC SAFETY AND MAY CAUSE AN UNSAFE CONDITION.AVERTISSEMENT: LA SUBSTITUTION DE COMPOSANTS PEUTCOMPOMETTRE LA SECURITE INTINSEQUE!

CAUTION: FOR SAFETY REASONS, THIS EQUIPMENT MUST BEOPERATED AND SERVICED BY QUALIFIED PERSONNEL ONLY. READAND UNDERSTAND THE INSTRUCTION MANUAL COMPLETELYBEFORE OPERATING OR SERVICING.ATTENTION: POUR DES RAISONS DE SCURIT, CET QUIPMENTDOIT TRE UTILES ENTRETENU ET RPAR UNIQUEMENT PAR UNPERSONNEL QUALIFI. TUDIER LE MANUEL D"INSTRUCTIONS ENENTIER AVANT D"UTILISER, D"ENTRETENIR OU DE RPARERL"QUIPEMENT.

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WARNINGS AND CAUTIONARY STATEMENTS.....................................3

UNPACKING THE INSTRUMENT ........................................................5

VIEW OF INSTRUMENT ....................................................................6

INTRODUCTION................................................................................7

INSTRUMENT OPERATION.................................................................7M40 Gas Reading Setting......................................................7Operating Modes .................................................................8Zero/Calibration Mode ........................................................9Display Peaks Mode ............................................................9View TWA Setting ...............................................................10View STEL Mode ..............................................................10

CONFIGURATION MODE .................................................................10Low Alarm Set Points........................................................11High Alarm Set Points .......................................................11TWA Alarm Set Points ......................................................12STEL Alarm Set Points......................................................13Clock Setting......................................................................13Calendar Setting.................................................................14Security Code Setting ........................................................14LEL Setting........................................................................15

ZERO/CALIBRATION.......................................................................15

DATA LOGGING .............................................................................17

MAINTENANCE ..............................................................................17Cleaning .............................................................................17Charging the Batteries .......................................................18

SENSOR REPLACEMENT .................................................................18

SP40 SAMPLING PUMP..................................................................19

M40 SPECIFICATIONS ....................................................................20

REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST............................................................21

EXPLODED VIEW...........................................................................22

WARRANTY...................................................................................24

EC DECLARATION.........................................................................26

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CAUTION: HIGH OFF-SCALE READINGS MAY INDICATEEXPLOSIVE CONCENTRATION.ATTENTION: DES LECTRURES SUPRIEURES A L"CHELLE PEUVENTINDIQUER DES CONCETRATOINS EXPLOSIVES.

CAUTION: ANY RAPID UP-SCALE READING FOLLOWED BY ADECLINING OR ERRATIC READING MAY INDICATE A GASCONCENTRATION BEYOND THE UPPER SCALE LIMIT WHICH MAY BEHAZARDOUS.

CANADIAN STANDARDS ASSOCIATION (CSA) HAS ASSESSEDONLY THE COMBUSTIBLE GAS DETECTION PORTION OF THISINSTRUMENT FOR PERFORMANCE WITHIN AN AMBIENTTEMPERATURE RANGE OF 0C TO 40C.

WARNING: THE ALARMS ON THE MODEL M40 ARE NON-LATCHING ALARMS.

CAUTION: BEFORE EACH DAYS USAGE, SENSITIVITY MUST BETESTED ON A KNOWN CONCENTRATION OF PENTANE OR METHANEEQUIVALENT TO 25%-50% OF FULL SCALE CONCENTRATION.ACCURACY MUST BE WITHIN +/- 20% OF ACTUAL CONCENTRATION.ACCURACY MAY BE CORRECTED BY REFERRING TO THEZERO/CALIBRATION SECTION OF THE INSTRUCTION MANUAL.

THE MODEL M40 IS CERTIFIED FOR USE WITHIN AN AMBIENTTEMPERATURE RANGE OF -20C TO 40C ONLY.

THE MODEL M40/SP40 COMPLIES WITH RELEVANT PROVISIONSOF EUROPEAN ATEX DIRECTIVE 94/9/EC AND EMC DIRECTIVE89/336/EEC, AMENDED BY DIRECTIVES 92/31/EEC AND 93/68/EEC.

THE EC TYPE EXAMINATION CERTIFICATE IS DEMKO 03 ATEX0324154X; WITH MARKING CODE EEx ia d IIC T4; FOR EQUIPMENTGROUP AND CATEGORY II 2G.

THE MODEL M40 MULTI-GAS MONITOR (P/N 1810-5437) ANDMODEL SP40 SAMPLING PUMP (P/N 1810-5460) ARE CONSTRUCTEDWITH REFERENCE TO PUBLISHED STANDARDS OF DIRECTIVE72/23/EEC, TO ELIMINATE ELECTRICAL RISKS AND FULFILL 1.2.7 OFANNEX II OF DIRECTIVE 94/9/EC.

THE MODEL M40 MUST BE USED ONLY WITH MODEL SP40EXTERNAL SAMPLING PUMP.

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UNPACKING THE INSTRUMENTThe shipping box must contain the complying with items. Account foreach item before discarding package.

QUANTITY PART NUMBER DESCRIPTION1 1810-5437-XXXXX M40

1 1710-8630 Swivel Belt Clip (Plastic)1 1710-8879 Manual

1 1710-8622 Cal-Cup

1 1700-7774 Allen Wrench

1 1710-2005 Urethane Tubing

1 1810-5460* SP40 sampling pump

* SP40s are just consisted of in 1810-5437-1XXXX component numbers.

After unpacking, if any kind of provided item is absent, contact either your localdistributor of Industrial Scientific commodities or contact Industrial ScientificCorporation at 1-800-DETECTS (338-3287) in the United States andCanada, or 412-788-4353.

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Audible Alarm

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Sensor Openings

Display

Charger/DatalinkPort

SP40 Contacts

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BACK SIDE

INSTRUMENT OPERATIONTo rotate on the M40, push and also organize the switch for 1second. The unit will certainly emit a single beep and also go into adisplay screen test. All icons and segments on the LCD will certainly light.Next the software revision will certainly be displayed. After this, theinstrument will go right into a 20 second countdvery own. Throughout thecountdown sequence, if the and also arrow tricks arepressed at the same time, the user will certainly enter right into theConfiguration Mode. When the countdown is complete, theM40 will certainly be in its normal Gas Reading Mode.

M40 GAS READING MODEOnce the M40 enters into the Gas Reading Mode, all 4 gases(O2, LEL, CO and also H2S) will certainly be repeatedly monitored andthe readings updated on the liquid crystal screen. As gaslevels boost, the corresponding reading will certainly reflect thepresent gas concentrations. A battery life indicator is alsodisplayed in the reduced left corner. As battery life decreases,the shaded area of the battery symbol decreases. If any kind of of thegas concentrations exceed the