BW Clip 2 Year O2 Single Gas Detector BWC2-X

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A new addition to the BW Honeywell line of products, the 2-Year BW Clip O2 Single Gas Detector BWC2-X is a maintenance-free, single gas detector for oxygen. As your every day companion for hazardous environments, the BW Clip has everything you need plus new features to make your gas detection easier, safer, and more reliable. Just turn on the device and it runs continuously — no need for calibration, sensor replacement, battery replacement or battery charging. That means great reliability and no downtime. Compatible with both the MicroDock II and the IntelliDoX instrument management systems, the BW Clip is engineered to the highest standards of quality and reliability, keeping you safe and compliant. Use the hands-free Hard Hat Clip carrying accessory GA-HC-1 with any of the BW single gas monitors. Custom calibrations are available direct from PK Safety. If you need custom alarms for your BW Clip, we have technicians that can customize these settings to your exact requirements without delaying your order. Volume discounts starting at 6 units. Call us at 1-800-829-9580 for details.

BW Clip Standard Features:

  • Maintenance-free: no sensor or battery changes necessary
  • Default alarm setpoints: 19.5% vol.-23.5% vol.
  • Compact, lightweight design with one-button operation
  • Designed for a range of harsh environments and extreme temperatures
  • Automated self-test of battery, sensor and electronics
  • Wide-angle flash, which alerts simultaneously with audible and vibrating alarm
  • Automatic logging of the 35 most recent gas events and bump test results
  • Compatible with MicroDock II and Fleet Manager II software
  • Ip 66/67- can be submerged up to 1 meter
  • Extended event log - up to 35 events
  • Automated self test
  • 2 year manufacturer warranty
  • Affordable, with low cost of ownership

Configurable Options with IntelliDoX Management System:

  • Configuration of high and low alarm set points before the device is activated
  • Adjustment of alarm set points and other parameters as needed throughout the lifespan
  • Non compliance chirp indicator
  • Configuration without activation
  • Option to enable the noncompliance indicator, which flashes red when a bump test is due or a gas event occurs
  • Option to display gas reading during alarm
  • User settable bump test reminder
  • 7-8 sec Bump test with no more than 1 minute purge
  • Option to display the Real Time Clock

Use the unique advanced technology for safety compliance and productivity:

  • Unique dual reservoir sensor design dramatically improves instrument performance, response time, and longevity compared to traditional electrochemical sensors and consistently delivers reliable instrument performance under the harshest environmental conditions
  • Reflex Technology advanced automated self-test function routinely checks the operating condition of the sensor to increase safety, up-time, and overall worker confidence

IntelliDoX instrument management system is the quickest bump test in the industry with configuration of alarm set points. It can perform different tests for up to five BW Clip detectors at once for maximum productivity with easy and accurate record-keeping.

BW Clip Specifications:

  • Weight: 0.6 lbs.
  • Temperature: -40 to 122 Degrees F
  • Humidity: 5 - 95 percent RH (non-condensing)
  • Alarms: Visual, vibrating, and audible
  • Typical Battery Life: Two years

Part Number:

BWC2-X 2 Year O2 19.5-23.5 (replaces GA24XT-X)

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Price $195.00
SKU BW01-BWC2-X
Product Weight (lbs.) .36
Weight 0.5000
Brand BW Honeywell
MPN BWC2-X
UPC N/A
Type Single-Gas
Gas Type Oxygen (O2)
5th Sensor N/A
Color N/A
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  1. James

    2015-08-26 17:46:11

    Can unit be switched off? Use is just for R&D and not for critical safety monitoring.

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    1. Ben

      2015-08-26 17:46:11

      This unit can't be turned off once it has been activated. For a detector that can be turned off please see the GasAlert Extreme.

  2. Nick

    2015-11-25 19:57:42

    What is the range it measures? And the units it measures in?

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    1. Ben

      2015-11-25 19:57:42

      This unit does not display the gas concentration. It will measure from 0-30% O2. For a detector that will display the concentration of oxygen in % Vol please look at the GasAlert Extreme O2

  3. Jim

    2016-01-11 17:03:00

    What is the display showing (24 MM?) in the catalog? I would have expected a % Oxygen reading not MM.

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    1. Ben

      2016-01-11 17:03:00

      This monitor doesn't display the concentration of gas. It's alarms are set to OSHA limits (19.5% low alarm, 23.5% high alarm) when oxygen concentrations exceed these limits the alarm will be activated. The MM on the display is preceded by a number, that is the number of months the unit will remain activated for, that number will continue to count down. For a monitor that does display the oxygen concentration please look to the GAXT-X-DL-2

  4. Zachary

    2016-01-13 19:22:06

    what is the reproducibility and resolution of the sensor of this unit

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    1. Ben

      2016-01-13 19:22:06

      This monitor doesn't display the concentration of gas. The alarms are set to OSHA standards of 19.5% Low 23.5% High.

  5. Robert

    2016-02-08 17:39:31

    What is the response time for this O2 sensing unit?
    i.e. If O2 conc. were to theoretically drop from 20% to 15% instantly, how long for the sensor to present a readout showing at least 90% of that step change in concentration.

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    1. Ben

      2016-02-08 17:39:31

      This unit doesn't display the gas concentration and can't be use for analytical purposes. The low alarm is set to 19.5% Vol. If oxygen levels drop below this threshold the alarms will activate. The response time (T-90) for this sensor is 30 seconds. This means the sensor will be 90% accurate within 30 seconds of the O2 level changing.

  6. Brenda

    2016-03-31 17:38:06

    Are these OSHA compliant ?

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    1. Ben

      2016-03-31 17:38:06

      When used in the correct manner these monitors can make a safety plan OSHA compliant.

  7. Jamie

    2016-08-25 16:35:24

    Are these weather/water proof is used in an outdoor setting? Will rain or precipitation damage or cause improper operations?

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    1. Alan

      2016-08-25 16:35:10

      These monitors are rated IP67, that means the manufacturer has put it through extensive testing before it can get a rating on resistance to impact and water. <br><br> These are weather and impact resistant to an extent, as it is still a machine. We don't recommend submerging the monitor, but rain/precipitation should not damage the monitor.

  8. mike

    2016-09-19 19:34:50

    My monitor is reading 17mm even after I go outside to calibrate? What do I need to do to get it back to 19.5mm

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    1. Ben

      2016-09-19 19:34:50

      The display on this monitor indicated the amount of life left in the monitor. 17mm means 17 months remaining. The monitor doesn't display the concentration of Oxygen. The number on the screen will continue to decrease until the monitor shuts down.

  9. James

    2016-10-27 18:33:44

    Can this be used in small confined spaces that are taped off with plastic in a chemical/biological situation to make sure asphyxiation does not occur?

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    1. Alan

      2016-10-27 18:33:44

      <p>Yes, but you will have to sample the air prior to entry which you may want a Max XTII to do:</p>
      <p><a href="https://www.pksafety.com/bw-honeywell-gas-alert-max-xt-ii.html">https://www.pksafety.com/bw-honeywell-gas-alert-max-xt-ii.html</a></p>

  10. Taylor

    2017-01-18 00:00:00

    Does altitude affect the performance of this unit? Would the alarm go off constantly above a certain altitude?

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    1. Alan

      2017-01-23 17:48:15

      Altitude will affect the performance, but indirectly. If the monitor was air zeroed out at sea level, then when the monitor goes above sea level the monitor will go off. So, if you were to zero out the air on the monitor at altitude, then the monitor should not go off constantly.

      Please give us a call at 1-800-829-9580 if you have any further questions, thank you.

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