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MSA Sirius Multigas Detector Kit - Industrial LEL 4-Gas Lithium Ion PID - 10051146
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10051146 Sirius Multigas Detector Kit - Industrial LEL 4-Gas Lithium Ion PID by MSA
MSA is a leading manufacturer of workplace safety products. With a worldwide reputation as the Safety Company, MSA takes great pride in developing quality and reliable products that protect men and women from hazardous workplace conditions. The commitment to safety, efficiency, and dependability is unparalleled. Using the most advanced technology, MSA research and development is constantly developing new safety solutions that streamline productivity and provide quality and affordable safety products that are leaders in the industry. The Sirius Multigas Detector does just that as it combines a photoionization detector (PID) with multigas monitoring into one efficient and user friendly portable device.
Photoionization detectionThe PID is powered by a proprietary MSA sensor design. The sensor uses state of the art technology to resist humidity interference, provide stable zero readings, and activate fast response and clear times. When measuring for volatile organic compounds (VOCs), the PID sensor is completely customizable by the user. Detection results are displayed on the large screen. The customizable high-performance PID and VOC readings may be activated or deactivated by the user or safety manager.
Multigas detectionUtilizing the best in research and development, the Sirius Multigas Detector is an industry leader in user friendly applications and reliability. For unmistakable assurance of atmospheric conditions, the unit’s screen constantly displays easy to understand readings for combustible gases, VOCs (if activated), CO, O2, and H2S. This information, or its preprogrammed character name, is clearly displayed on the screen alongside the battery life indicator which displays the remaining life of the battery.
User friendlyExclusive to the Sirius Multigas Detector, MSA has developed a distinctive and user friendly design for battery replacement in the field. A large slotted thumbscrew and attached lid makes it easy for users to swap batteries onsite without the risk of losing parts. The unit accepts a rechargeable lithium ion battery pack or an alkaline battery pack. Users can purchase an optional vehicle charger for the lithium ion battery pack which can recharge the pack while it is attached or detached from the multigas detector.
The user-friendly software is another incredible feature offered by MSA, the Safety Company. The software allows for easy preprogramming and customization of display screen characters along with detector readings.
AlarmsThe Sirius Multigas Detector features ultra loud auditory alarms and multidirectional ultra bright LED alarms alert users to potentially dangerous atmospheric conditions. An additional safety feature is the “Safe LED” light which flashes every 15 seconds. This ensures that the user always maintains confidence in the unit’s functioning.
Compatibility and calibrationThe Sirius Multigas Detector is completely compatible with MSA’s Galaxy Automated Test System. The user friendly single button calibration helps to maintain fully functioning sensors, and the compatible automated testing systems reduce calibration time and costs.
Sirius Multigas Detector KitsCurrently, MSA offers several models of the Sirius Multigas Detector Kits. Additionally, users may purchase the long-term storage kit to preserve the multigas detector in situations with infrequent use, such as emergency response conditions. These detection kits and long-term storage kits provide a multitude of accessories such as alkaline batteries, lines, probes, casings, calibration kits, record keeping tools, and lamps.
|Size||Instrument shall not exceed 6.50”x 3.61”x 2.60” in total size.|
|Weight||Less than 1.45 pounds (500 grams) with Alkaline Pack.|
|Handling||Unit shall be easily held in one hand.|
|Case Material||High strength non-corrosive plastic, will prevent spark generation.|
|Environmental Protection||Instrument shall be rated to IP54 protection levels for dust and water ingress (water spray and fine particle dust).|
|Display Location||Display is viewable from the front.|
|Carrying Attachments||Unit shall have option of being provided with various options for belt and wrist attachment. D-Ring w/ Retractable Lanyard|
|Protective Jackets||Instrument shall be provided with various optional protective jackets with shoulder straps. These cases shall be available with:
* High Visibility Cordura® Nylon
* Rubber Boot
|RFI||Instrument shall have no response when an antenna of 5 watt transceiver of frequency 470 MHZ or 150 MHZ is 12 inches or more away from instrument. Must pass IEC801, EN50.081-1 and EN50.082-2.|
|Display Info||Liquid crystal display [LCD] with large, easy to read characters.|
|Gas Readings||All gas readings must be displayed simultaneously.|
|Backlight||Unit must be provided with backlight for low light viewing.
* Backlight must turn off automatically to conserve power.
|Keypad/Switches||Unit must have no more than three switches or pushbuttons to operate.
There shall be no requirement to access hidden or internal switches for any instrument operations.
|Data Access||Access to the data log shall be non-intrusive using commercially available infrared links to IBM compatible computers.|
|VOC PPM Reading||VOC PPM reading must be displayed on main page. Specific gas must be easily accessible to select.|
|Response Factors (RFs)||RFs must be intuitive to use and must automatically calculate corrected PPM.
User shall be able to select by gas name, rather than response factor.
A minimum of 100 factory set gases with corresponding RFs with applicable bulbs
must be permanently programmed into the unit.
|Gas List||Gas list shall be able to be customized by the user.
User shall be able to enter 1 new custom gas name and response factor through the user interface and 10 through the Datalink.
|Number/ Type of Gases||Instrument shall be capable of measuring up to four gases including combustible gas, oxygen, CO and H2S, as well as VOCs.|
|Combustible Gas Display||The instrument shall be capable of displaying the combustible gas reading as % Lower Explosive Limit (LEL).|
|Pressure Compensation||The instrument oxygen sensor shall have built-in pressure compensation.|
|Sensor Types||Instrument shall be available with any combination of the following gas sensor capabilities, including a single sensor only:|
0.1 PPM = 100 ppb
|Basic Operational Features|
|Instrument Turn-on||Button to turn instrument on must be clearly marked.|
|Inadvertent Shutoff||The instrument must be designed to protect against accidental shut off.|
|Zero Adjustments||The instrument shall provide a Fresh Air Setup (FAS) function at the user’s discretion.|
|Zero Adjustment Safety Lockout||The FAS function will prevent users from zeroing out hazardous readings.|
|Audible “Instrument On” Indicator||The instrument shall be provided with a periodic audible signal indicating the instrument is in operation.
The user shall be provided with the option to disable the audible signal if desired.
|Time/Date||Instrument must be able to display time and date with the optional data logging package. User must be able to reset time and date without tools.|
|Advanced Display and Software Options|
|Industrial Hygiene Displays||The gas detector must have the capability of displaying PEAK, STEL, and TWA at the user’s discretion. Peak must always be available.|
|Resettable Readings||User shall be provided capability to reset STEL, TWA, and PEAK readings.|
|Languages||The instrument shall be designed using language independent symbols for all commonly used functions.|
|Visual Alarms||Visual alarms shall consist of bright flashing LEDs, a positive indication on the display as to which gas sensor is in alarm, and the alarm type.
A green Safe LED must be present. Alarms must be visible in all lighting conditions from a distance of 5 feet.
|Audible Alarm||The audible alarm shall be rated at 90 min dB at 1 foot. Must be able to be silenced with the press of a single button.
PID must be able to be turned off by the user.
|Lamp Error||Lamp error must display when lamp fails.|
|Lockalarm™ Feature||The combustible channel must have a non-resettable, latching alarm when the combustible gas exceeds 100% LEL.|
|Oxygen Alarms||The oxygen channel will have alarm setpoints for both oxygen deficiency and oxygen enrichment.|
|Alarm Setpoints||Alarm setpoints must be user settable.|
|STEL and TWA alarm||The instrument shall provide an audible alarm if the STEL or TWA levels are exceeded. The user will be able to select alarm setpoints for STEL and TWA (toxic channels only).|
|Power Alarms||The monitor will provide a minimum of 5 minutes warning to user of battery power loss in all environmental conditions.
* Power alarms shall be both audible and visually indicated on display
|Sampling System Faults||The instrument shall have a pump malfunction and blocked flow alarm.
This alarm system should not be dependent upon a pressure or flow sensor.
|Rechargeable Option||The instrument shall have available a rechargeable pack option that can be charged on or off the instrument.|
|Battery Life Indication||The monitor shall provide the user with a “gas gauge” depicting estimated remaining battery operation time.
* Battery gas gauge must always be visible when the instrument is turned on
|Replaceable Option||The instrument shall have available a replaceable battery pack which can accept commercially available alkaline batteries.|
|Charger||The charger must be able to fully charge a depleted battery pack in less than 6 hours.|
|Charger Input Voltages||Chargers must be available for 110VAC/220VAC and 12-24VDC.|
|Calibration Tools||The unit shall require no special tools for calibration other than cylinder, regulator, and tubing to supply gas to instrument.|
|Pushbutton Calibration||Calibration must be easily accomplished utilizing push buttons on the face of the instrument.
Internal instrument access or tools shall not be necessary for calibration.
|Calibration Cylinder Mixtures||In a standard four-gas configuration (Combustible, O2, CO, H2S), it shall be calibrated from one cylinder. Isobutylene may be in its own cylinder.|
|One-button Calibration||Instrument shall be capable of being calibrated to known gas concentrations with push of a single button.|
|Automatic Calibration||The instrument shall be compatible with optional automated calibration and data storage systems.
This external system shall automatically recognize and calibrate the instrument and retain all calibration records (reference separate system specifications).
|Low Cost Calibration Kit||The instrument shall be available with an optional low-cost gas testing kit to verify performance in field. This kit shall operate with a trigger-type aerosol canister and shall be capable of checking the performance of the standard four gas instrument (Combustible, O2, CO, H2S), as well as Isobutylene (for calibrating VOCs).|
|Calibration History||“Last calibrated on” software message communicated to user at turn-on sequence.|
|Sampling Modes||The monitor shall be available in pumped version.|
|Pump Power Source||The pump shall use the instrument power supply, thereby, not requiring an additional battery pack or chargers.|
|Sampling System Filters||The instrument must contain user replaceable filters to prevent the ingress of liquids and dust into the instrument.
The filter cover must be readily accessible without disassembling the instrument.
|Sample Line Attachment||Sample lines must be attached using sealed quick disconnect fittings for secure attachment.|
|Allowable Sample Line Length||Instrument must be capable of drawing a sample from up to 25 feet away.|
|Fluid Ingress Protection||A sample probe that has provisions to prevent water and debris from entering the sample line must be available.|
|Data logging [Instrument Data Storage]|
|Data Logging||Instrument must be available with datalogging as an optional feature.|
|Datalog Capacity||The datalog shall record and store data for an average of (16 hrs. minimum) (with 5 channels at three minute intervals) without overwriting existing information in normal use.|
|Gas Record Content||Datalog entries shall contain as a minimum the date, time and a record of the peak reading for each gas sensor (oxygen shall be recorded as maximum and minimum for the intervals).|
|Atmospheric Records||Datalog shall record at a minimum of 15 minute intervals the internal instrument temperature.|
|Record Intervals||The time between data records shall be user selectable (from 15 seconds to 15 minutes).|
|Data Retention||Instrument data stored in the memory shall not be lost or corrupted in the event of sudden instrument power loss or removal of the battery pack.|
|Activity Record Content||Instrument datalog shall record and be capable of reporting significant instrument events including:
* Gas, pump, and battery alarms
* Fresh Air Setups, sensor rezeroing and calibrations
* Battery type and voltage
|Intrinsic Safety Approval||The detector must be approved by:
- Hazardous Locations:
US - UL 913 for marking Class 1 Div 1 Group ABCD
*Canada - CSAC22.2 No. 157 for marking Class 1 Div 1 Group ABCD
*Europe: - ATEX II 2G EEX ib d IIC T3 –20C Ta ≤50C (d is for 20L)
IEC 529 IP54 must be met to as part of hazardous location
EN 50014/EN 50018 (flameproof), EN 50019, EN 50020
US - 47 CFR part 15
*ATEX/Europe - EN 50270 – typ 2/ EN 50081-1
*Canada - CSA C22.2 No. 152
*ATEX/Europe (combustible) EN 61779-1, 4
(02) EN 50104
(SW) EN 50271
- Low Voltage Safety (charging):
*Europe : LVD Low Voltage Directive for chargers and any other accessories that require greater than 50VAC or 75VDC
- Performance US ISA 12.13 – Combustible
- Performance US ISA 92.04 - O2
*Approval pending, call MSA for latest status.
|Manufacturing System Quality Approvals||Instrument manufacturer must be certified compliant with ISO 9001 provisions.|
|Temperature||Normal operation: 0 to 40° C
Extended: -20 to 50°C
|Humidity||0-95% RH (non condensing) for 8 hours|
|Pressure||0.8 to 1.1 bar|
|Maintenance & Warranties|
|Sensor Replacement||Sensors shall be easily accessed and replaced by users if desired by the purchaser.|
|Warranty, Consumables||The instrument shall have a two-year warranty on ALL components except for PID sensor including the Ion Chamber which shall have a 1-year warranty.|
|Warranty, Case and Electronics||The instrument electronics and mechanical components shall be provided with a lifetime warranty.|