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BW Honeywell GasAlert Max XT II Confined Space Muti-Gas Monitor, XT-XWHM-Y-NA

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The GasAlert Max XT II portable multi-gas monitor for confined space workers is manufactured by the experienced team at BW by Honeywell. Many years of gas detection technology and know-how have gone into this hand-held gas sniffer to make it BW's top of the line device for anyone needing to sample and monitor gas levels of enclosed spaces.

With an internal pump, the XT II allows anyone performing manhole entry (or similar work) to sample remote areas before entry (via the use of a sampling hose found in the Confined Space Kit).

Featuring four gas sensors, the GasAlert Max Detector can monitor hydrogen sulfide (H2S), carbon monoxide (CO), oxygen (O2) and the lower explosive levels (%LEL) - a variety of dangerously combustible/flammable and explosive gases.

A large, bright LCD screen displays the levels of each gas present in the atmosphere, as well as battery levels and pump activity. The GasAlert Max XT II is one of the easiest ways to ensure on-site safety in the confined space industry.

Simple one-button operation - easily used by industrial workers wearing appropriate safety gloves - greatly reduces the training time for the end user while still allowing access to all the important information on this handheld gas monitor.

Three types of alerts provide a suitable alarm for all kinds of work environments: bright alert lights, a sonic alarm (95dB) and a vibration mode ensure that no matter where you are working, you will be alerted should any of the gases reach a dangerous level. On top of this, the GasAlert Max XT II sports a confidence beep that sounds at regular intervals, so you know that the monitor is functioning correctly.

These alerts can be tailored to your company's specific needs via the IR Connectivity Kit (part of the Confined Space Kit), which lets you adjust the Long Term Exposure Limits (LTW; ~8 hours), Short Term Exposure (STE) limits (5-15 minutes), as well as high/low levels for each gas.

All of this gas detection and sampling technology is built into this sturdy yet small device. It sports tough, concussion-proof housing which is IP66/67 rated for water-resistance, so you can be confident your investment in gas detection will last you for years to come.

Maintenance of the GasAlert Max from BW Technologies is a breeze: moisture and particle filters protect the sensors and can be easily monitored and changed via the built-in, easy-to-remove filter window.

The GasAlert Max XT II is fully compatible with the Micro Dock II which lets you retrieve data logs from each shift as well as adjust device settings and alert levels as needed. The tracking of gas levels, alerts and maintaining records of the OSHA standards is reliable and easy. The XT II is ideal for gas, sewer, oil rig or refinery workers, the armed services, mines or other confined space entry.

An optional accessory is the Confined Space Kit.

Also available as a separate item is the BW Calibration Gas.

Specifications:
  • Size: 5.1 x 2.8 x 2.0 inc.
  • Weight: 11.5 oz
  • Temperature: -4 to 122 degrees F
  • Alarms: Visual/Audible
  • Typical battery life: 13 hours At 32 degrees F/ 8 Hours At -4 degrees F / recharges in 6 hours
  • Pump Draw: Sample pump from up to 75 ft.
  • Warranty: Full two year warranty including all sensors
Sensor Specifications
H2S: 0-200PPM (measuring range), 1PPM (resolution)
CO: 0-000PPM (measuring range), 1PPM (resolution)
O2: 0-30.0 percent (measuring range), 0.1 percent (resolution)
Combustible Gases: 0-100 percent LEL (measuring range), 1 percent (resolution)

Remember to calibrate every six months and regularly perform bump tests.

Part Number:
XT-XWHM-Y-NA (LEL, CO , H2S, O2)
More Information
Price $898.00
SKU BW01-XT-XWHM-Y-NA
Weight 2.1200
Brand BW Honeywell
MPN XT-XWHM-Y-NA
Type Multi-Gas
Gas Type %LEL, O2, H2S, CO
5th Sensor No
Color No
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  1. Mirbolat

    2013-12-30 21:58:28

    Hi! I'm having some problems with my BW Technologies GasAlert Max XT II. When the detector starts it fails the pump integrity test. What the problem and how I can to fix it? Thank you in advance!

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    1. Ben Nicholson

      2013-12-30 21:58:28

      It sounds like there is a leak somewhere in between the pump inlet and the pump itself. First try replacing the filters if they are dirty the pump may be under too much strain. If replacing the filters doesn’t fix the problem it’s time to send the unit in for service. Here at PK Safety Supply we’re a factory authorized warranty repair center. Our typical turnaround time is just 24 hours and if the defect is covered under warranty it won’t cost you a penny! Please call today us to obtain an RMA.

  2. wade Moore

    2014-01-24 16:32:42

    Does the BW Honeywell Gas Alert Max XT II come with a hose and filter?

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    1. Justin McCarter

      2014-01-24 16:32:42

      The GasAlert Max XT II comes with the following:<br>
      Wall charger<br>
      Calibration certificate<br>
      Manual (in hard copy and dvd)<br>
      Screw driver<br>
      5 replacement filters for the pump<br>
      One replacement filter for the end of the hose<br>
      One 3 ft. piece of clear hose with unit connector<br>
      One 10 ft. piece of clear hose with unit connector

  3. JOHN MUHLKE

    2014-05-05 15:58:34

    We purchased the Honeywell Micro-Clip unit, BW-01-mc2-xwhm-y-na, along with a calibration cylinder. Our customer has come back informing us that they need a regulator to connect the two devices. I could not find reference to one on your site. Do you have them, and if so, what is the part number and price?

    1 answer
    1. Justin

      2014-05-05 15:58:34

      The regulator needed is the <a href="https://www.confinedspace.com/bw-calibration-gas-regulator-1-0-lpm.html">BW demand flow regulator</a>. Part number BW01-REG-DF-1. Current price is $360.00.

  4. Mike Brown

    2014-06-23 20:02:00

    Can the BW Honeywell GasAlert Max XT II Confined Space Monitor function with a hose longer than 10 feet for deeper manholes?

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    1. Justin

      2014-06-23 20:02:00

      Yes. The maximum length of hose for the Max XT II is 65 ft. Using a longer hose, allow about a second per foot for the air sample to reach the monitor.

  5. uwaye

    2014-08-06 14:49:52

    After calibration, the oxygen keeps showing FAIL. I have tried several times. What do i do?

    1 answer
    1. Justin

      2014-08-06 14:49:52

      Most likely you need a new <a href="{{store direct_url="bw-quattro-replacement-oxygen-sensor.html"}}">Oxygen sensor</a>. If the monitor has been dropped or wet that would do it too. If the monitor is brand new it could be a manufacturing defect. 95% of the time a new sensor fixes the problem.

  6. Dennis Davirro

    2014-08-14 23:26:18

    Can the concussion holder for the Max II be purchased separately or is only available in the CS Kit?

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    1. Chris

      2014-08-14 23:26:18

      We do have the GA-BXT concussion proof boot for the Max XT II available as a separate item. They are in stock.

  7. Urban

    2014-09-03 22:41:26

    Do you need a dilution tube to test an inert environment with the max XT II? The meters go to 0 and then stop working.

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    1. Chris

      2014-09-03 22:41:26

      On start up, the CO, H2S and LEL sensors should be reading 0, with the O2 Sensor reading 20.9% in fresh air. The BW GasAlert Max XT II, with its internal sample draw pump, then pulls sample air across the sensors. The intended use for the instrument is in confined space entry, though other uses do come up regularly.
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      The LEL (explosive gas) sensor in the Max XT II will not function in an inert environment, as it uses a catalytic bead sensor, which requires oxygen to function. If this is the use that you have in mind, you will need to use an IR (infra red) sensor to measure LEL. This type of combustible sensor does not require oxygen to make measurements.

  8. ELOY SOLIS

    2014-11-21 21:53:17

    How long should the end of the clear hose remain in the area being tested for LEL,CO,H2S and O2 in order to get the most accurate reading?

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    1. Chris

      2014-11-21 21:46:16

      The BW Honeywell GasAlert Max XT II has an internal sample draw pump. This diaphragm pump pulls air through clear Tygon tubing, usually supplied with the BW XT-CK-DL confined space kit. The rate of flow is approximately 1 foot per second. A 15 foot length of this hose would have about 15 seconds of lag before reaching the sensor. Once the sample arrives at the sensors, there is a reaction time to be considered. Industry standard is to measure the time it takes to achieve 90 percent of the final reading. This is expressed as T90, and in the case of the Max XT II, it is 35 seconds. The initial reading on the instrument will rise quite rapidly, but to get the full, true and accurate reading, we use T90. For our example of a 15 foot sampling hose, we could confidently predict 50 seconds for an ‘accurate’ reading. In practice, you should be very close to accurate in substantially less time.

  9. Josh

    2014-12-08 18:10:53

    I replaced a faulty O2 sensor and when I started the meter back up the screen is orange and no numbers are displayed. Did I disconnect something that would cause that?

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    1. Chris

      2014-12-08 18:10:53

      It sounds like something did go wrong during the sensor swap. I suspect the screen came away from the main PCB at some point during the swap. There is a small, white, rectangular foam like piece that transfers the signal from the PC Board to the screen itself. It slots into an opening on the bottom of the screen and protrudes slightly. To the untrained eye it can easily be discarded as trash however it is needed. I suspect this piece has fallen out. <br><br>
      There are possibly a few other scenarios that may cause the same problem. I would be happy to talk you through the recommended steps. Please feel free to call us at 510-337-8880 for assistance. We’re a BW Warranty service center and will be happy to service your monitor if needed.

  10. jackline

    2015-02-27 22:50:06

    Hi, am having a problem with a gasalertmax xtII.The lcd screen keeps on flickering on and off.What could be the problem and how do i fix it.

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    1. Chris

      2015-02-27 22:50:06

      There are only 2 parts that could be faulty inside the instrument. Either the screen is defective or the PC Board is damaged. If the unit is less than 2 years old it may be covered under the manufacturer’s warranty, exceptions are water damage or physical damage. I’ll be happy to check the serial number and confirm it’s still under warranty if you’re unsure. We’re a warranty service center here at PK Safety and can perform warranty repairs at no cost to you. In the even the unit isn’t covered under warranty we can provide you with and estimate to repair the monitor. When you’re ready to send the monitor please call us for and RMA number prior to shipping.

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