Transcript: A bump test is a physical verification that the sensors are responding to a set amount of gas and that your visual and audible alarms are going off as they should. You can hear and see them triggering and verify that everything is basically in operating order.
Today we are going to do a bump test on our MicroClip XT Gas Detector.
So the first step is to turn your MicroClip on. While you're waiting for the unit to turn on; you can make sure that your test cap and hoses are all attached together as they should be to your bump gas cylinder.
Now we are in operating mode, and we are going to go ahead and attach our test cap to unit. It fits in the little groves on a side and then just push down until you hear it click. Put the test cap on, pinch the hose in the middle. Fill our balloon with the gas, and then release the pinch. Watch for the unit to go into alarm.
Calibration is an important step to making sure your gas detector will sound the alarm when the proper threshold is passed. You can do this in the field using a calibration kit, and it only takes a few minutes!
We show you how to disassemble your Gas Detector for regular maintenance. Different gas sensors are easy to change and replace in the field as long as you follow the steps.