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BW GA24XT-M GasAlertClipExtreme 24

Model: GA24XT-M

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BW GA24XT-M GasAlertClipExtreme 24

Model: GA24XT-M

GasAlertClipExtreme 24 Carbon Monoxide (CO).

GasAlertClipExtreme 24 Carbon Monoxide (CO).

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BW Technologies GA24XT-M GAS DETECTOR CO

  • Two years of protection with zero maintenance costs
  • Continuous, alphanumeric, status LCD shows detector life remaining, alarm setpoints, and advises self-test status
  • Records and displays peak alarm encountered and the time elapsed since the exposure occurred
  • Automatic event logging records 10 most recent alarm events that can be downloaded via infrared port
  • Two alarm levels (low/high)
  • Low and high setpoints displayed on demand in ppm or %
  • Provides typical 95 dB tone and bright, quad-LED indication on alarm
  • Internal vibrator alarm
  • Full-function self-test of audible/visual alarms, plus integrity of sensor, battery and circuitry
  • Continuously ON - one-button activation, test and data transmission
  • Maintenance free - no sensor or battery replacement, no calibration, no downtime
  • Rugged, IP-66/67 highly water-resistant design
  • Built-in concussion-proof boot
  • Comes complete with rugged, stainless steel alligator belt clip and test cap
Specifications:
  • Sensor Range: 0-300 ppm
  • Low Alarm: 35 ppm
  • High Alarm: 200 ppm
  • Operating Temp.: -22/122°F (-30/50°C)
  • Calibration: Not required
  • Sensor: Electrochemical cell (temperature compensated)
  • Operational Life: 2 years
  • Setpoints: Two, high and low, alarm setpoints
  • Alarms: Visual: Flashing wide-angled alarm lens with red quad-LEDs, plus flashing alarm icon; Audible: Pulsing, high output siren, 95 dB at 1 ft. (0.3m) typical; Vibrator: Internal; Failure, self-test pass and end of life alarms
  • Event Logging: Records and transmits up to 10 gas alarm events
  • Tests: Full function self-test on activation and on demand; automatic battery test every 2 hours
  • Display: Life remaining continuously displayed in months, then days, then hours; Alarm set points displayed on demand in ppm or %; Records and displays peak alarm exposure and time elapsed (up to 24 hrs.); Advises to “TEST” and that self-test was passed
  • Housing: Rugged composite material with integral concussion-proof boot
  • EMI/RFI: Complies with EMC directive 89/336/EEC
  • Ingress Protection: IP 66/67
  • Power Supply: Non-replaceable lithium battery
  • Battery Life: 2 years from activation given 3-5 minutes of alarm per day
  • Dimensions: 1.1 x 2.0 x 3.2" (28 x 50 x 81mm)
  • Weight: 2.7 oz (76g)

Key features:

  • Two years of protection with zero maintenance costs
  • Continuous, alphanumeric LCD shows detector life remaining, alarm set points and advises self-test status
  • Rugged, IP-66/67 highly water-resistant design
  • Built-in concussion-proof boot
  • Records and displays the peak alarm encountered and the time since the exposure occurred
  • Records and transmits gas alarm events encountered and the time elapsed since the event occurred
  • Two alarm levels (Low / High)
  • Provides typical 95 dB tone and bright, quad-LED indication on alarm
  • Internal vibrator alarm
  • Small size (1.1 x 2.0 x 3.2 in. / 28 x 50 x 81 mm) and lightweight (2.7 oz. / 76 g)
  • Maintenance free-no sensor or battery replacement, no calibration, no downtime
  • Full function self-test of: audible/visual alarms plus integrity of sensor, battery and circuitry
  • Continuously ON-one button activation, test and data transmission
  • Comes complete with pocket/belt clip and test cap
  • Instructions in local languages included
  • Optional alligator and hard hat clips available

Specifications:

Gas monitored: H2S CO SO2 O2
Sensor range: 0 - 100 ppm 0 - 300 ppm 0 - 100 ppm 0 - 30.0% by vol.
Low alarm level: 10 ppm 35 ppm 5 ppm 19.5 %
High alarm level: 15 ppm 200 ppm 10 ppm 23.5 %
Operating Temperature: -40 to +122 °F
-40 to +50 °C
-22 to+122°F
-30 to +50°C
-22 to +122 °F
-30 to +50 °C
-4 to +122 °F
-20 to +50 °C
Calibration: Not required Self-calibrating


GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS Rugged composite material with integral concussion-proof boot
Humidity 5% to 95% RH (non-condensing)
EMI/RFI Complies with EMC Directive 89/336/EEC
Ingress protection IP 66/67
Battery Lithium, non-replaceable
Size 28 x 50 x 81 mm / 1.1 x 2.0 x 3.2 inches
Weight 76 g / 2.7 oz.
WARRANTY 2 years from activation plus 1 year shelf-life
Operational life Two years3
Continuously on Yes
One-button control Activation, self-test and alarm event data transmission
Full function self-test Verifies integrity of sensor, circuitry and battery; audible/visual alarms
Sensor Electrochemical cell (temperature compensated)
INDICATORS AND ALARMS
Visual gas alarm Flashing, wide-angled alarm lens with dual red LEDs plus ALARM LCD readout
Audible gas alarm Pulsing siren 85 dB at 0.3 m / 1 ft.
Vibrator alarm Internal
Failure alarm Yes (audible/visual)
Self-test pass Yes (audible/visual)
Other Low battery and end of life (audible/visual)
CONTINUOUS LCD DISPLAY Alphanumeric status panel LCD advises
Life remaining Continuously displayed in months, then days, then hours
Two alarm levels LOW alarm / HIGH alarm
Peak alarm exposure Records and displays peak alarm exposure, and time elapsed (up to 24 hrs.)
Alarm setpoints High and low (displayed on demand in ppm or %)
Self-test status Advises to "TEST" and that self-test was passed "."
TESTS
Full function self-test On-demand, as often as once every 20 hours and on activation
Battery Every two hours (auto)
EVENT LOGGING Records and transmits up to 10 gas alarm events
Event information Gas type, peak exposure level (ppm or %); alarm duration in minutes and seconds; time elapsed since the alarm occurred in days, hours and minutes
Transmission method Via infrared port to thermal printer or USB

What's included with the BW GA24XT-M

  • BW GA24XT-M GasAlertClipExtreme 24
  • How to Select the Right Gas Detection Solution

    by Don Galman

    There are many gas detection products on the market that might appear to be the same, but a closer inspection of specification, functionality and features reveals major differences in what products can do and the potential value they can offer. Similarly, individual applications are also unique in their respective designs, needs and processes undertaken.

    Know your site risks

    Before beginning to consider gas detection equipment, a risk assessment needs to be conducted. Any company employing staff has the obligation to conduct risk assessments to identify potential hazards and these can include potential gas, vapor or Oxygen deficiency risks. If gas hazards are identified, gas detection is applicable as a risk reduction method.

    Identifying the prime objective

    Depending on the processes being undertaken and the gases being detected, remote or off-site alarm notification plus event data logging/reporting may also be required for Health and Safety management records. Another factor impacting on the need for enhanced reporting functions might be regulatory compliance or a condition of insurance.

    Ask the right questions

    Having identified the primary objective, the suitable equipment is selected by asking a number of key questions. These fall into three broad categories:

    • The gases to be detected and where they may come from
    • The location and environmental conditions where detection is to take place
    • The ease of use for operators and routine servicing personnel
    Identify the gases to be detected and where they may come from

    The gases to be detected should be identified by the risk assessment, however experienced gas detection equipment manufacturers and their approved distributors are often able to help in this process, based on their experience of similar applications. However, it is important to remember that it is the end-user’s responsibility to identify all potential hazards. It is also essential to identify the potential source of a gas release as this helps determine the number and location of detectors required for a fixed gas detection system.

    Consider the environmental conditions

    The performance, accuracy and reliability of any gas detection equipment will be affected by the environmental conditions it is subjected to. Temperature, humidity and pressure levels at the location all have a direct bearing on the type of equipment that should be selected. Additional factors such as potential variations resulting from a production process itself, diurnal/nocturnal fluctuations and seasonal changes may also affect the type of device which is suitable.

    Understand product functionality

    The next area of consideration relates to additional product functionality. Aspects like wiring configuration are important, especially when retro-fitting into an existing application. If the apparatus is being integrated into a separate safety system, certain communication protocols may also be required such as HART®, Lonworks or Modbus®. Consideration will also need to be given regarding the requirement for local displays on transmitter units and local configuration of the unit and gas displays may also be a useful addition.

    Measure the ease of use for operators and routine servicing personnel

    Routine maintenance is another important consideration. Some gases and vapors can be detected with a number of different sensing technologies, e.g. Hydrocarbon gases with catalytic beads or Non-dispersive Infrared NDIR. Catalytic beads do not provide fail-to-safety operation and therefore can require a high frequency of routine maintenance, however NDIR based solutions tend to have a higher initial purchase price, but may require less routine maintenance. In-house resource to undertake such routine maintenance needs to be identified and in the absence of such a resource, budgeting for third party maintenance is an important factor in selecting the right equipment.


    Need Help Selecting the Right Solution?

    If you have questions about any of our gas detection products or services, please don’t hesitate to contact us. Whether you need a hand finding a new product or need help with your current system, just ask our team of Factory Trained Experts.


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    How to: Bump Test a BW Gas Detector

    Meet Shauna Park: Our Gas Detection Expert

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    BW GA-HC-1 Hard Hat Clip for GasAlert, Non-Conductive GA-HC-1
    Hard hat clip made out of non-conductive materials. For use with GasAlert Gas Detectors.
    Note: Unit and hard hat not included.




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    BW Technologies GA24XT-M GAS DETECTOR CO

    • Two years of protection with zero maintenance costs
    • Continuous, alphanumeric, status LCD shows detector life remaining, alarm setpoints, and advises self-test status
    • Records and displays peak alarm encountered and the time elapsed since the exposure occurred
    • Automatic event logging records 10 most recent alarm events that can be downloaded via infrared port
    • Two alarm levels (low/high)
    • Low and high setpoints displayed on demand in ppm or %
    • Provides typical 95 dB tone and bright, quad-LED indication on alarm
    • Internal vibrator alarm
    • Full-function self-test of audible/visual alarms, plus integrity of sensor, battery and circuitry
    • Continuously ON - one-button activation, test and data transmission
    • Maintenance free - no sensor or battery replacement, no calibration, no downtime
    • Rugged, IP-66/67 highly water-resistant design
    • Built-in concussion-proof boot
    • Comes complete with rugged, stainless steel alligator belt clip and test cap
    Specifications:
    • Sensor Range: 0-300 ppm
    • Low Alarm: 35 ppm
    • High Alarm: 200 ppm
    • Operating Temp.: -22/122°F (-30/50°C)
    • Calibration: Not required
    • Sensor: Electrochemical cell (temperature compensated)
    • Operational Life: 2 years
    • Setpoints: Two, high and low, alarm setpoints
    • Alarms: Visual: Flashing wide-angled alarm lens with red quad-LEDs, plus flashing alarm icon; Audible: Pulsing, high output siren, 95 dB at 1 ft. (0.3m) typical; Vibrator: Internal; Failure, self-test pass and end of life alarms
    • Event Logging: Records and transmits up to 10 gas alarm events
    • Tests: Full function self-test on activation and on demand; automatic battery test every 2 hours
    • Display: Life remaining continuously displayed in months, then days, then hours; Alarm set points displayed on demand in ppm or %; Records and displays peak alarm exposure and time elapsed (up to 24 hrs.); Advises to “TEST” and that self-test was passed
    • Housing: Rugged composite material with integral concussion-proof boot
    • EMI/RFI: Complies with EMC directive 89/336/EEC
    • Ingress Protection: IP 66/67
    • Power Supply: Non-replaceable lithium battery
    • Battery Life: 2 years from activation given 3-5 minutes of alarm per day
    • Dimensions: 1.1 x 2.0 x 3.2" (28 x 50 x 81mm)
    • Weight: 2.7 oz (76g)

    Key features:

    • Two years of protection with zero maintenance costs
    • Continuous, alphanumeric LCD shows detector life remaining, alarm set points and advises self-test status
    • Rugged, IP-66/67 highly water-resistant design
    • Built-in concussion-proof boot
    • Records and displays the peak alarm encountered and the time since the exposure occurred
    • Records and transmits gas alarm events encountered and the time elapsed since the event occurred
    • Two alarm levels (Low / High)
    • Provides typical 95 dB tone and bright, quad-LED indication on alarm
    • Internal vibrator alarm
    • Small size (1.1 x 2.0 x 3.2 in. / 28 x 50 x 81 mm) and lightweight (2.7 oz. / 76 g)
    • Maintenance free-no sensor or battery replacement, no calibration, no downtime
    • Full function self-test of: audible/visual alarms plus integrity of sensor, battery and circuitry
    • Continuously ON-one button activation, test and data transmission
    • Comes complete with pocket/belt clip and test cap
    • Instructions in local languages included
    • Optional alligator and hard hat clips available

    Specifications:

    Gas monitored: H2S CO SO2 O2
    Sensor range: 0 - 100 ppm 0 - 300 ppm 0 - 100 ppm 0 - 30.0% by vol.
    Low alarm level: 10 ppm 35 ppm 5 ppm 19.5 %
    High alarm level: 15 ppm 200 ppm 10 ppm 23.5 %
    Operating Temperature: -40 to +122 °F
    -40 to +50 °C
    -22 to+122°F
    -30 to +50°C
    -22 to +122 °F
    -30 to +50 °C
    -4 to +122 °F
    -20 to +50 °C
    Calibration: Not required Self-calibrating


    GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS Rugged composite material with integral concussion-proof boot
    Humidity 5% to 95% RH (non-condensing)
    EMI/RFI Complies with EMC Directive 89/336/EEC
    Ingress protection IP 66/67
    Battery Lithium, non-replaceable
    Size 28 x 50 x 81 mm / 1.1 x 2.0 x 3.2 inches
    Weight 76 g / 2.7 oz.
    WARRANTY 2 years from activation plus 1 year shelf-life
    Operational life Two years3
    Continuously on Yes
    One-button control Activation, self-test and alarm event data transmission
    Full function self-test Verifies integrity of sensor, circuitry and battery; audible/visual alarms
    Sensor Electrochemical cell (temperature compensated)
    INDICATORS AND ALARMS
    Visual gas alarm Flashing, wide-angled alarm lens with dual red LEDs plus ALARM LCD readout
    Audible gas alarm Pulsing siren 85 dB at 0.3 m / 1 ft.
    Vibrator alarm Internal
    Failure alarm Yes (audible/visual)
    Self-test pass Yes (audible/visual)
    Other Low battery and end of life (audible/visual)
    CONTINUOUS LCD DISPLAY Alphanumeric status panel LCD advises
    Life remaining Continuously displayed in months, then days, then hours
    Two alarm levels LOW alarm / HIGH alarm
    Peak alarm exposure Records and displays peak alarm exposure, and time elapsed (up to 24 hrs.)
    Alarm setpoints High and low (displayed on demand in ppm or %)
    Self-test status Advises to "TEST" and that self-test was passed "."
    TESTS
    Full function self-test On-demand, as often as once every 20 hours and on activation
    Battery Every two hours (auto)
    EVENT LOGGING Records and transmits up to 10 gas alarm events
    Event information Gas type, peak exposure level (ppm or %); alarm duration in minutes and seconds; time elapsed since the alarm occurred in days, hours and minutes
    Transmission method Via infrared port to thermal printer or USB

    What's included with the BW GA24XT-M

  • BW GA24XT-M GasAlertClipExtreme 24
  • How to Select the Right Gas Detection Solution

    by Don Galman

    There are many gas detection products on the market that might appear to be the same, but a closer inspection of specification, functionality and features reveals major differences in what products can do and the potential value they can offer. Similarly, individual applications are also unique in their respective designs, needs and processes undertaken.

    Know your site risks

    Before beginning to consider gas detection equipment, a risk assessment needs to be conducted. Any company employing staff has the obligation to conduct risk assessments to identify potential hazards and these can include potential gas, vapor or Oxygen deficiency risks. If gas hazards are identified, gas detection is applicable as a risk reduction method.

    Identifying the prime objective

    Depending on the processes being undertaken and the gases being detected, remote or off-site alarm notification plus event data logging/reporting may also be required for Health and Safety management records. Another factor impacting on the need for enhanced reporting functions might be regulatory compliance or a condition of insurance.

    Ask the right questions

    Having identified the primary objective, the suitable equipment is selected by asking a number of key questions. These fall into three broad categories:

    • The gases to be detected and where they may come from
    • The location and environmental conditions where detection is to take place
    • The ease of use for operators and routine servicing personnel
    Identify the gases to be detected and where they may come from

    The gases to be detected should be identified by the risk assessment, however experienced gas detection equipment manufacturers and their approved distributors are often able to help in this process, based on their experience of similar applications. However, it is important to remember that it is the end-user’s responsibility to identify all potential hazards. It is also essential to identify the potential source of a gas release as this helps determine the number and location of detectors required for a fixed gas detection system.

    Consider the environmental conditions

    The performance, accuracy and reliability of any gas detection equipment will be affected by the environmental conditions it is subjected to. Temperature, humidity and pressure levels at the location all have a direct bearing on the type of equipment that should be selected. Additional factors such as potential variations resulting from a production process itself, diurnal/nocturnal fluctuations and seasonal changes may also affect the type of device which is suitable.

    Understand product functionality

    The next area of consideration relates to additional product functionality. Aspects like wiring configuration are important, especially when retro-fitting into an existing application. If the apparatus is being integrated into a separate safety system, certain communication protocols may also be required such as HART®, Lonworks or Modbus®. Consideration will also need to be given regarding the requirement for local displays on transmitter units and local configuration of the unit and gas displays may also be a useful addition.

    Measure the ease of use for operators and routine servicing personnel

    Routine maintenance is another important consideration. Some gases and vapors can be detected with a number of different sensing technologies, e.g. Hydrocarbon gases with catalytic beads or Non-dispersive Infrared NDIR. Catalytic beads do not provide fail-to-safety operation and therefore can require a high frequency of routine maintenance, however NDIR based solutions tend to have a higher initial purchase price, but may require less routine maintenance. In-house resource to undertake such routine maintenance needs to be identified and in the absence of such a resource, budgeting for third party maintenance is an important factor in selecting the right equipment.


    Need Help Selecting the Right Solution?

    If you have questions about any of our gas detection products or services, please don’t hesitate to contact us. Whether you need a hand finding a new product or need help with your current system, just ask our team of Factory Trained Experts.


    comments powered by Disqus

    How to: Calibrate a BW Gas Detector

    How to: Bump Test a BW Gas Detector

    Meet Shauna Park: Our Gas Detection Expert

    Click on a category to view a selection of compatible accessories with the BW GA24XT-M GasAlertClipExtreme 24.





    BW GA-HC-1 Hard Hat Clip for GasAlert, Non-Conductive GA-HC-1
    Hard hat clip made out of non-conductive materials. For use with GasAlert Gas Detectors.
    Note: Unit and hard hat not included.




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