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****** Page 1 ****** Carbon Monoxide Monitor and Retrofit Carbon Monoxide Monitor Kit W-2808/37027 User Instructions (Keep these instructions for reference)

****** Page 3 ****** TABLE OF CONTENTS GENERAL SAFETY INFORMATION — Intended Use — List of Warnings and Cautions within these User Instructions USE INSTRUCTIONS AND LIMITATIONS — Use For Do Not Use For — General Description SPECIFICATIONS PRODUCTS, ACCESSORIES AND PARTS — 3MTM Carbon Monoxide Monitor Retrofit Carbon Monoxide Monitor Kit W-2808/37027 — 3MTM Accessories and Parts ASSEMBLY SET UP PROCEDURES AND PERFORMANCE CHECK Monitor Calibration Frequency OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS — Normal Operation Calibration REPLACEMENT PART INSTRUCTIONS — Batteries 3MTM Carbon Monoxide Sensor 529-05-22 TROUBLESHOOTING IMPORTANT NOTICE Warranty — Remedy FOR MORE INFORMATION i 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 6 7 7 7 7 8 10 10 11 11 12 13 13 13 15 17 17 17 18

****** Page 4 ****** GENERAL SAFETY INFORMATION Intended Use The 3MTM Carbon Monoxide (CO) Monitor and the 3MTM Retrofit Carbon Monoxide (CO) Monitor Kit are designed to provide continuous, direct read CO monitoring for compressed air used with supplied air respirators. List of Warnings and Cautions within these User Instructions A WARNING • These products are designed for carbon monoxide monitoring. Misuse may result in sickness or death. For proper use, see supervisor or User Instructions, or call 3M in U.S.A., 1-800-243-4630. In Canada, call Technical Service at 1-800-267-4414. • The impedance ofany connected load device at the REMALARM (remote alarm) jack must be greater or equal to 12 ohms, when operating from internal batteries or AC adapter. Failure to do so may damage the carbon monoxide monitor and result in sickness or death. • The intrinsic safety of the carbon monoxide monitor is voided when remote alarm is used. • The intrinsic safety ofthe carbon monoxide monitor is voided when the 110-120 volt AC adapter is used. • Your employer must provide breathing air that meets at least the requirements of the specification for Grade D breathing air, as described in the Compressed Gas Association Commodity Specification G-7.1-1997 in the United States. In Canada refer to CSA standard Z 180.1, for the quality of the compressed breathing air. Failure to do so may result in sickness or death. Use of equipment described in these User Instructions must be in accordance with applicable health and safety standards, or pursuant to the recommendations of an industrial hygienist. • Each person using this equipment must read and understand the information in these User Instructions. Use of this equipment by untrained or unqualified persons, or use that is not in accordance with these User Instructions, may adversely affect product performance and result in sickness or death. CAUTION: Observe proper polarity when insefting batteries. Polarity is marked on the inside of the drawers. The sensor in the carbon monoxide monitor contains a small amount of sulfuric acid. Always wash hands thoroughly after handling sensor cell. Sulfuric acid is poisonous and can cause severe burns. Do not allow acid to contact skin or eyes. If eyes are exposed to acid, flush thoroughly and seek immediate medical attention. 2

****** Page 5 ****** USE INSTRUCTIONS AND LIMITATIONS Important Before use, each person using this equipment must read and understand these User Instructions. Keep these instructions for reference. Use For Monitoring for carbon monoxide level in compressed air intended for respiratory protection systems. Do Not Use For Monitoring other compressed gas streams. General Description These User Instructions apply to the 3MTM CO Monitor mounted inside some of the 3MTM Poftable Compressed Air Filter and Regulator Panels and the 3MTM Retrofit CO Monitor Kit W-2808/37027. The retrofit kit includes the 3M CO monitor and accessories to attach the CO monitor to a 3/8-inch port on a filter and regulator panel that does not currently have CO monitoring capability, such as the 3M TM Compressed Air Filter and Regulator Panel W-2806/07006. The 3M carbon monoxide momtor is designed to provide continuous, direct read CO momtormg for compressed air used with supplied air respirators. An internal microprocessor controls the indication and alarm functions in response to the signals of an electrochemical CO sensor. It continuously momtors a compressed air sample introduced to its sensor at an approximate rate of 1.0 standard cubic foot per hour (scfh) and gives an alarm when the CO in the sample reaches a preset level (10 ppm in USA; 5 ppm in Canada). The CO monitor is a battery powered unit utilizmg two 9 volt alkaline batteries. It is designed to be intrinsically safe when used on battery power. The CO monitor is CSA certified intrinsically safe for Class I, Div. I, Groups A,B,C, and D Hazardous Locations when utilizing two 9 volt alkaline batteries to power the momtor. The components of the monitor are assembled into a black powder-coated aluminum housing 6″ H x 4″ W x 2″ D overall. A hose barb, with plastic sample tube attached for introducing the sample gas, extends from the bottom. Available at the front face are the OFF/ON/TEST switch, the display (LCD), SPAN and ZERO adjustments. The left side contains the indicating lights, the alarm buzzer, and the remote alarm jack. Accessible on the right side are the two battery drawers and the auxiliary power jack. (Fig. l) Buzzer – Provides continuous tone during high “CO” alarm; a pulsing tone during certain malfunction conditions, Red alarm, LED light; blinks faintly during normal operations & on steady during high “CO” alarm conditions. Yellow low battery LED light; comes on when 9 volt battery voltage falls below about 7.0 volts. Green normal LED light; comes on steady when monitor on & goes off in alarm conditions- Remote alarm jack; for plugging remote alarm devices or relays to be energized when monitor goes into alarm. Display – LCD type refreshed every 0.8 seconds; the red LED light faintly blinks at same time. On/0ff/Test switch-three type. Alternate on-off position with momentary “test” 3 0 Span & zero potentiometers used in calibrating. Screw sealed access hole to alarm level potentiometer. “Transistor” type battery holders Auxiliary “power source” jack Air sample tube Remove knurl thumbscrews for access to “CO” sensor. Bottom plate sensor/sample tube assemby. Can be moved approx. 24 before sensor wire connections limit travel. fig.

****** Page 6 ****** Front Panel On/Off/Test Switch This switch is a three-position type with alternate ON and OFF positions, and a momentary TEST position. Switch is located at the lower left side. Display Display is a centrally located LCD type and is refreshed every 0.8 seconds; the red ALARM light faintly blinks at the same time. Span and Zero Adjustments Located to the right of the display are two miniamre multi-turn slotted-shaft potentiometers, accessible through holes in the panel with a small screwdriver. Left Side The next five items are aligned toward the rear from the center of the left side panel and from top to bottom are: Buzzer Buzzer is at the top of the side panel. It provides a continuous tone during high CO alarm, a pulsing tone during ceftain malfunction conditions. Alarm Light Red ALARM light blinks faintly during normal operation and is on steadily during the high CO alarm condition. Low Battery Light Yellow LOW BATTERY light comes on when battery voltage falls to where the instrument will not function properly (about 7 volts DC). Batteries should be replaced at this time. Normal Light The green NORMAL light acts as a pilot light and glows when the instrument is turned on. At the same time the red ALARM light flickers faintly at intervals of about one second. Remote Alarm (REM ALARM) A miniature size phone jack is provided for pluggmg in a remote alarm device so that the alarm sound can be repeated at a distance from the instrument. The outer shell of the jack is grounded to the case, and is negative. This jack will be energized at voltage about 8.5 volts DC when operating from “fresh” internal batteries or about 8.9 volts DC when operating from AC adapter whenever instrument is in alarm condition. A WARNING The impedance of any comected load device at the REM ALARYI (remote alarm) jack must be greater or equal to 12 ohms, when operating from internal batteries or AC adapter. Failure to do so may damage the carbon monoxide monitor and result in sickness or death. 4

****** Page 7 ****** Bottom A rectangular opemng in the bottom allows clearance for the sensor that is mounted to the upper face of the bottom plate. The bottom plate is held in place by two Imurled thumbscrews. The sample inlet fitting and tubing extends from the outer face of the bottom plate. Right Side These items are aligned toward the rear of the right side panel. There are two battery compartment drawers near the top. They contain the two 9 volt alkaline batteries, connected in parallel, which power the instrument. Auxiliary Power Jack A 2.5 mm pin jack is located near the bottom for operating the instnunent from the AC adapter. The AC adapter will power the instrument as long as power is supplied to it. The outer shell of the jack is grounded to the case and is negative. 5

****** Page 8 ****** SPECIFICATIONS Sensor — Readout — Range Alann Sensor Life Sensor Replacement — Intrinsic Safety Power — Aux. Alarm Output Aux. Power Sources — Operating Temperature Range Electrochemical/CO specific Direct read LCD 0-199 ppm 85 dBA at 10 ppm CO (5 ppm Canada) Approximately 30 months User allowed to replace sensor Class I, Div I, Group A, B, C, D (when operated on battery power) 9 volt DC alkaline batteries (2 each) Maximum output current draw is 300 milliampere 120 voltAC – 7.5 volt DC adapter 0-1100 F (17-430 C) (ambient temperature) A WARNING The impedance of any connected load device at the REM ALARM (Remote Alarm) jack must be greater or equal to 12 ohms, when operating from internal batteries or AC adapter. Failure to do so may damage the carbon monoxide monitor and result in sickness or death. The intrinsic safety of the carbon monoxide monitor is voided when remote alarm is used. The intrinsic safety of the carbon monoxide monitor is voided when the 110-120 volt AC adapter is used. 6

****** Page 9 ****** PRODUCTS, ACCESSORIES AND PARTS 3MTNI Carbon Monoxide Monitor The 3M CO monitor is factory mounted inside some of the 3MTM Portable Compressed Air Filter and Regulator Panels. Consult the User Instructions for your 3MTM Portable Compressed Air Filter and Regulator Panel. 3MTM Retrofit Carbon Monoxide Monitor Kit MT-2808/37027* The 3M retrofit kit allows the 3M CO monitor to be used with filter and regulator panels that do not currently have CO monitoring capability, such as the 3M compressed air filter and regulator panel W-2806/07006*. The 3M retrofit CO monitor kit is comprised ofa 3M CO monitor, mounting bracket, flow meter, and hardware comections to attach the monitor to an available 3/8-inch port on a filter and regulator panel. * 37027 is an automotive product number for W-2808. * 07006 is an automotive product number for W-2806. 3MTM Accessories and Parts 529-04-49 529-04-48 529-04-50 529-05-18 529-05-19 529-05-17 Calibration Kit, Small Calibration Kit, Large Adapter, 110-120 Volt Zero Gas Cylinder, 0.6 cubic feet of gas (replacement Zero gas for small kit, 529-04-49 ) Span Gas Cylinder, 0.6 cubic feet of gas (replacement Span gas for small kit, 529-05-49) Zero Gas Cylinder, 3.6 cubic feet of gas (replacement Zero gas for large kit, 529-04-48 ) 529-05-16 529-05-20 529-05-21 529-05-23 529-05-22 Span Gas Cylinder, 3.6 cubic feet of gas (replacement Span gas for large kit, 529-04-48) Remote Alarm Audible, 119 dBA Remote Alarm, Strobe Light, 150,000 CP (Requires 529-04-50) Y-Plug Adapter Carbon Monoxide Sensor 3MTM Adapter, 110-120 Volt AC (for CO Monitor) This accessoty will supply operatlng power to the instmment as long as it is plugged into an active 115 volt AC outlet, whether or not batteries are installed. The adapter will convert the 115 voltAC to 7.5 volt DC, 650 mA. l. Plug the adapter into an active, fused (l amp) 115 volt 50/60 Hz outlet. Note: To prevent unnecessary electrical interference, the outlet should be on a dedicated circuit free of any intermittent heavy electrical loads, such as pumps, compressors or heaters. 2. Plug adapter cord connector mto socket on the lower right-hand side of the monitor. 3. Adapter will power the instrument as long as the 115 volt AC source remains active. 4. Since the adapter voltage is slightly higher than that of the intemal batteries, the adapter will supply the power. Blocking diodes protect the internal interface. A WARNING The Intrinsic safety of the carbon monoxide monitor is voided when the 110-120 volt AC adapter is used. 7

****** Page 10 ****** ASSEMBLY The following instructions apply only if you are using the 3MTM Retrofit CO Monitor Kit W-2808/37027. (Fig. 2 and 3) l. 2. 3. 4. Secure the mounting bracket to a surface close to the filter and regulator panel with #8 x 1/2″ self tapping screws. Secure the monitor to the mounting bracket with #6-32 x 1/2″ screws and #6 lock washers. Screw holes are located on the left side of the monitor. The CO monitor is supplied with a 2-foot sample tube attached to the hose barb located on the monitor’s bottom plate. Use the supplied 900 St. elbow, 2 1/2″ pipe nipple, and 3/8″ x 1/8″ reducing bushing to connect the bottom of the flow meter to an available port, just prior to the compressed hose connections, on the filter and regulator panel. If you are installing the flow meter on the 3M compressed air filter and regulator panel W-2806/07006, you will need to remove the plug from the CO sampling port located above the quick disconnect outlets on the panel. Note: If your panel is wall-mounted, you may have to remove the panel from the wall to attach the flow meter. 6. Pull up the black tube lock collar at the top of the flow meter and msert the free end of the plastic sample tube. Push down on the lock collar to secure the sample tube. 12 4 3 2 CARBON rot*0X’0E 1 5 6 10 7 8 o 8 o 13 Fig. 2

****** Page 11 ****** Item Number 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Product Number w-2808/37027 w-2806/07006 Description CO monitor #6-32 x 1/2″ screw #6 lock washer #8 x 1/2″ self tapping screw Mounting bracket 2-foot sample tube Tube lock collar Flow meter 900 St. elbow 2-1/2″ pipe nipple 3/8″ x 1 8″ reducing bushing 3MTM Retrofit CO Monitor Kit-includes items I-I I 3MTM Compressed Air Filter and Regulator Panel CARBON MONOXIDE OFF o Quantity Required 1 4 4 4 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 (Sold Separately) o o Fig. 3 Assembled 3MTM Retrofit Kit W-2808/37027 attached to 3MTM Compressed Air Filter and Regulator Panel W-2806 07006 (sold separately). 9

****** Page 12 ****** SET UP PROCEDURES AND PERFORMANCE CHECK l. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Turn instrument on and allow 5 minutes to stabilize. Verify that the yellow LOW BATTERY light is off. Push up and hold switch in the test position. — The red ALARM light will come on verifying the CO alarm circuit operation. The yellow LOW BATTERY light will also come on, verifying the low battery detection circuit. — Green NORMAL light will blink several times, then come on steady verifying continuity of the detector circuits. — The buzzer will sound and the REM ALARM jack will be energized. — The display will show an upscale reading. Release the switch. Indicators will return to normal and display may first show a negative indication (-XX), then return close to 00. Remove the plastic sample tube from the black tube lock collar on top of the flow meter. Introduce a sample of zero air to the sample tube (see User Instructions for the 3MTM Calibration Kit 529-04-48 or 529-04-49). The sample flow should be between 0.5 and 1.5 scfh. Verify that the green NORMAL light is on, the red ALARM light is flickering about once a second and the display is showing 00 (zero), (see Calibration and Adjustment section of this User Instruction). Remove the zero air sample and Introduce a known sample of 50 to 150 ppm CO to the sample inlet tube (see User Instructions for the 3MTM Calibration Kit 529-04-48 or 529-04-49). The sample flow should be between 0.5 and 1.5 scfh. Verify that the display readings rise upscale and the alarm light and buzzer operate (see Calibration and Adjustment section of this User Instruction). Remove the CO sample. Reconnect the sample tube to the black tube lock collar on top of the flow meter. After adjusting the regulator on the air purification panel to the proper setting for your respirat01Y protection, adjust the flow meter knob so that the black floating ball is within the green boxed area etched on the flow meter body. Counterclockwise rotation of flow meter’s knob will increase sample airflow to the monitor. 10. Instrument is now ready for normal use. Turn OFF when not in use. Monitor Calibration Frequency The CO monitor should be calibrated prior to use and every two weeks for the first month. After the first month, calibrate the monitor monthly if it is used on a continuous basis (daily or weekly). Ifthe monitor is used on a non-continuous basis the monitor should be calibrated prior to each use. Note: If monitor’s alarm is energized, always check calibration to be sure momtor is not malfunctioning and/or out of calibration producing a false alarm/reading. 10

****** Page 13 ****** OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS The following insåuctions are intended to serve as a guideline for the use of the 3MTM Carbon Monoxide Monitor. It is not to be considered all-inclusive, nor is it intended to replace the policy and procedures for each facility. A WARNING Your employer must provide breathing air that meets at least the requirements of the specification for Grade D breathing air, as described in the Compressed Gas Association Commodity Specification G-7.1-1997 in the United States. In Canada refer to CSA standard Z180.l, for the quality of the compressed breathing air. Failure to do so may result in sickness or death. Use of equipment described in these User Instructions must be in accordance with applicable health and safety standards, or pursuant to the recommendations of an industrial hygienist. Each person using this equipment must read and understand the information in these User Instructions before use. Use of this equipment by untrained or unqualified persons, or use that is not in accordance with these User Instructions, may adversely affect product performance and result in sickness or death. If you have any doubts about the applicability of the equipment to your job situation, consult an industrial hygienist or call 3M’s Occupational Health and Environmental Safety Division Technical Service Department 1-800-243-4630. In Canada, call Technical Service at 1-800-267-4414. Normal Operation The monitor will analyze the compressed air and show CO content on the display, m palts per million (ppm). The green NORMAL light will glow continuously and the red ALARM light will flicker about every second. When the CO concentration reaches the alarm point (10 ppm for USA, 5 ppm for Canada) the red ALARM light will come on steady, the green NORMAL light will go off, the buzzer will sound a steady tone, and the REM ALARM jack will be energized. When the CO concentration drops below the alarm setting, the indicators will automatically return to normal. 11

****** Page 14 ****** Calibration Calibrate the monitor in the temperature range in which it will be used. After each adjustment in the following steps, allow time for the changes to stabilize. Recheck all adjustments. Turn monitor on and allow at least 5 minutes warm-up before calibration and adjustments are made. Zero Adjustment Remove sample tube from the black tube lock collar on top of the flow meter. Introduce a sample of zero air to the sample tube (see User Instructions for the 3MTM Calibration Kit 529-04-48 or 529-04-49). The sample flow should be between 0.5 and 1.5 scfh. Verify that the green NORMAL light is on, the red ALARM light is flickering about once a second and the display is showing “00”. Ifthe display is showing other than “00′,’ adjust the ZERO potentiometer (next to the display) so that the reading is “00′.’ Clockwise adjustment increases reading. Notice that the display jumps from 00 to +02 or to —02 (monitor does not display —01 or +01). Try to set the potentiometer midway between the two extremes. Remove the zero air sample. Span Adjustment Introduce a Imown sample of 50 to 150 ppm CO to the sample tube (see User Instructions for the 3MTM Calibration Kit 529-04-48 or 529-04-49). The sample flow should be between 0.5 to 1.5 scfh. Verify that the green NORMAL light is off, the red ALARM light is on full bright and the stabilized reading, after approximately one minute, is equal to the known concentration of CO. Ifthe display is showing a difference, adjust the SPAN potentiometer (next to the display) to obtain proper value. Turn clockwise to Increase reading. If the span adjustment cannot be made as indicated, the sensor needs to be replaced; make sure this is not happening due to an empty span gas cylinder. See Replacement Part section of this User Instruction. Remove the known sample ofCO and reconnect the sample tube to the black tube lock collar on top of the flow meter. The instrument is now properly adjusted for use. 12

****** Page 15 ****** REPLACEMENT PART INSTRUCTIONS Batteries Check batteries each time instrument is turned on by noting that the green NORMAL light is on and the yellow LOW BATTERY light is off. Ifthe yellow light is on, the batteries need replacing. Two 9 volt alkaline batteries will power the monitor continuously for approximately 30-35 hours. Batteries are contained in drawers on the right-hand side. To replace the batteries: Pull the small slot in the drawer face toward the front of the monitor to unlatch the drawer and pull the drawer out of the housing. Pry battew out of drawer with fingers and replace with a fresh 9 volt alkaline battery, providing for proper polarity by placing minus (-) tenninal uppermost in holder. Place bottom of fresh battery against spring and press into place. CAUTION: Observe proper polarity when inserting batteries. Polarity is marked on the inside of the drawers. Push drawer back into housing until it latches in place. Drawers inserted incorrectly will not latch. Repeat above steps for the second battery. (It is possible to operate with only one battery, but operating hours will be greatly reduced). 3MTM Carbon Monoxide Sensor 529-05-22 To replace sensor: (Fig. 4) Remove the two knurled thumbscrews at bottom. Pull the bottom plate off the housing as far as the wiring will allow. Remove the 2 screws holding the wire connectors’ circuit board/sensor cell in flow block. An O-ring is located under the sensor at the bottom of the flow block cavity — DO NOT LOSE. Pull the wire connectors’ circuit board from the sensors’ Pins carefully so as not to damage the circuit board. Discard old sensor cell. It contains a small amount of sulfuric acid. Dispose of sensor according to local regulations. CAUTION: The sensor in the carbon monoxide monitor contains a small amount of sulfuric acid. Always wash hands thoroughly after handling sensor cell. Sulfuric acid is poisonous and can cause severe burns. Do not allow acid to contact skin or eyes. If eyes are exposed to acid, flush thoroughly and seek immediate medical attention. The wire connectors’ circuit board relates to the 3 pins on the sensor as shown in figure 4. The fourth pin is used as a guide pin to install circuit board to sensor. Carefully press circuit board evenly on sensors’ 4 pins. New sensors have a shorting wire/spring between the sensing and reference pins, remove and discard. 13

****** Page 16 ****** Wire Color Black Blue Red Detector Tenninal CNTR REF SENSING REO Be sure flow block cavity and O-ring are dry and clean of oils, dirt etc. The O-ring must be positioned evenly in the bottom of the flow block cavity. Push the sensor into block against O-ring and evenly tighten the 2 screws that hold the circuit board/sensor to flow block. Tighten screws lightly to assure good seal with O-ring. Do not overtighten screws or damage to circuit board/sensor may occur. Replace the bottom plate and secure it with thumbscrews. Make sure the inlet sample swivel elbow is firmly tightened. Allow at least one hour for stabilization, then calibrate as in Calibration and Adjustment section of this User Instruction. 14 REF Circuit board/ sensor to flow mounting screws. Wire connectors’ circuit board “COS’ sensor cell O-ring Flow Fig. 4

****** Page 17 ****** TROUBLESHOOTING Low battery As the battery voltage declines toward the end of its life, the following indications occur: a) At 7.0 volts, the amber LOW BATTERY light will come on. Battery replacement is recommended at this point, but continued operation is still possible. b) At 6.4 volts, the buzzer will beep at intervals of about 7 seconds. c) At volts, the buzzer will beep at I-second intervals and the display will go to –. This malfunction indication will continue until the battelY is completely dead. Problem CO monitor’s LED red and green lights blink on/off along with the alarm buzzer and display shows ‘SC’ CO monitor display will not move from zero ’00’ when the sensor is exposed to a known sample of CO The CO monitor cannot be calibrated The span adjustment cannot be made when the span gas is applied (i.e. the reading will not reach the span gas value) With zero gas flowing through the monitor after approximately one-minute display reads nunus one (-1) to the far left Potential Cause The sensor has internal failure Poor connection between sensor pins and circuit board connections SPAN adjustment may be set to zero Span gas cylinder empty The sensor has lost sensitivity Circuit malfunction The span gas and/or zero gas bottle(s) may be empty The sensor has lost sensitivity The span gas bottle may be empty The sensor has lost sensitivity Zero potentiometer may be turned counterclockwise all the way The sensor has lost sensitivity 15 Corrective Action Tum monitor off and after a few seconds tum momtor back on. Try to calibrate the monitor. Ifthe monitor will not calibrate, replace the sensor. Unplug-Plug circuit board from sensor pins to make better contact connection. Try to calibrate monitor. If monitor will not calibrate or ‘SC’ appears again, replace sensor. Recalibrate the monitor Replace the cylinder Replace the sensor Repair is needed Replace the empty span and/or zero gas bottle(s) Replace the sensor Replace the empty span gas bottle Replace the sensor Adjust the zero potentiometer clockwise until zero ’00’ reached Replace the sensor

****** Page 18 ****** Problem With span gas flowing through the monitor after approximately one-minute display reads one (l) to the far left When calibrating the CO monitor you cannot move display off zero ’00’ with zero potentiometer Display goes below 0 (i.e. display indicates a —02, Monitor display numbers wander and alarm periodically Potential Cause Span potentiometer may be turned clockwise all the way The sensor has lost sensitivity Monitor may have been adjusted ’00’ using the span potentiometer Zero misadjust Sensor has internal failure Circuit malfunction Monitor is powered by the 110-120 volt AC adapter and walkie-talkies are being used near the monitor Large voltage spikes are present in the AC circuit Ambient temperatu•es exceed 1100 F (430 C) 16 Corrective Action Adjust the zero potentiometer counterclockwise to 199 and then turn down to value of span gas Replace the sensor Turn the span potentiometer screw several full revolutions clockwise until the display reads the value of the span gas then start the calibration procedure over agam Recalibrate the monitor Replace the sensor Repair is needed Do not use walkie-talkies in the area Isolate by using dedicated line Decrease ambient temperamre

****** Page 19 ****** IMPORTANT NOTICE Warranty 3M warrants its Carbon Monoxide Monitor for a period of one (l) year and its Carbon Monoxide Sensor for a period of two (2) years from the original shipping date, to be free from defects in material and workmanship in normal service and under normal conditions. This warranty is void if the Carbon Monoxide Monitor or Carbon Monoxide Sensor has been damaged by accident, misuse, neglect, improper service, or other causes not arising out of defects in material or workmanship. This warranty does not include replaceable items, such as filter elements, which are considered part of a regular maintenance program. Any implied warranties arising out of the sale of 3M’s Carbon Monoxide Monitor and its Carbon Monoxide Sensor, including but not limited to the implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose, are limited in duration to the above one (l) and two (2) year periods respectively. 3M shall not be liable for loss of use of any of its products or incidental or consequential costs, expenses, or damages incurred by the purchaser or any other user. THE FOREGOING WARRANTY IS EXCLUSIVE AND IS IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES EXPRESS, IMPLIED, OR STATUTORY, INCLUDING WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY. Remedy Should the Carbon Monoxide Monitor or the Carbon Monoxide Sensor fail in normal service under normal conditions through no fault of the purchaser or any other user during the warranty period, remrn the Carbon Monoxide Monitor or Carbon Monoxide Sensor to a 3M authorized warranty repair service center. No charges will be made for repair or replacement. Each repaired unit is wattanted for sixty (60) days or the remaining portion of the original equipment’s warranty, whichever is longer. THE FOREGOING CONSTITUTES THE SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE REMEDY AND IS IN LIEU OF ANY AND ALL OTHER REMEDIES WHICH MAY BE AVAILABLE. This warranty becomes void Immediately should any repair of or alterations to the warranted equipment be made without authorization by 3M.

****** Page 20 ****** FOR MORE INFORMATION In United States, contact: Internet: 3M.com/occsafety Technical Assistance: 1-800-243-4630 For other 3M products: 1-800-3M-HELPS or 1-651-737-6501 In Canada, contact: Internet: 3M.com/CA/occsafety Technical Assistance: 1-800-267-4414 For other 3M products: 1-800-364-3577 3M Occupational Health and Environmental Safety Division 3M Center, Building 235-2W-70 P.O. Box 33010 St. Paul, MN 55133-3010 3M Occupational Health and Environmental Safety Division 3M Canada Company P.O. Box 5757 London, Ontario N6A 4TI 03M 2003 38-9018-0147-2


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