BW Clip4 4‑Gas Detector BWC4-Y-N
The BW Clip4 4 gas monitor provides portable, easy-to-use multi‑gas detection that’s always on. When you’ve got your hands full in the field, you need no‑hassle gas detection that you can count on. Once activated, you can be sure that the BW Clip4 is always on. Two years of runtime with no charging, no maintenance or servicing, and no battery replacements. It's recommended that you calibrate every six months. The BW Clip4 has a two‑year warranty to cover its entire service life. Just replace it after two years and switch on a new one. Simple low-cost ownership is backed by the Honeywell commitment to high quality, and guaranteed by a full ecosystem of advanced supporting technologies.
- Detects Oxygen (O2), Hydrogen sulfide (H2S), Carbon monoxide (CO), Lower Explosive Levels (LEL) of a variety of combustible gases
- Yellow housing
- Durable, compact and ergonomic
- User-friendly tamper-proof operation with just one button
- Intuitive LCD icons
- Real-time gas concentrations shown on LCD
- Daily full function self-test of sensors, battery status, circuit integrity, and audible/visual alarms
- Flashing red non-compliance indicators warn workers that the detector has not been bump tested according to schedule
- Built-in concussion proof boot
- Tested to last in extreme environments
- Full two‑year warranty including all sensors
Note:Remember to calibrate every six months and regularly perform bump tests.
BWC4-Y-N Yellow Housing
BWC4-B-N Black Housing
|Product Weight (lbs.)||0.5|
|Gas Type||%LEL, O2, H2S, CO|
This meter looks good but the description does not identify what the 4 gas's are. Please respond.
Hydrogen sulfide (H2S)
Carbon monoxide (CO)
Lower Explosive Levels (LEL) of a variety of combustible gases
What are the detection limits for the O2, H2S, and CO?
It still needs a bump test and calibration?1 answer
Oxygen (O2) low alarm: 19.5%, high alarm: 23.5%
Combustible (LEL Methane) low alarm: 5%, high alarm: 15%
Carbon Monoxide (CO) low alarm: 50ppm, high alarm: 200ppm
Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S) low alarm: 10ppm, high alarm: 15ppm
And yes, the monitor will still need to be calibrated every 6 months.
The documentation says that the monitor needs to be calibrated every 6 months. Is each gas required to be calibrated and what is the recommended calibration procedure(s)?1 answer
We sell a 4 gas mix that is used to calibrate the monitor:
I purchased one of these and see it has an "activate by" date that is fairly soon in the future. What is the purpose of this date and what happens if it is not activated by that date? Does it void the warranty, or somehow diminish the detection capabilities?
Since this detector has a two-year runtime only, and my use of this detector will be sporadic, I would like to activate and calibrate it only a day or two before my first need to use it in order to maximize the two-year runtime, and the first need to use it will probably be after the "activate by" date.1 answer
The activate by date is essentially a use by date. While you can delay turning it on, the battery and the sensors still have a shelf life. If not activated by that date, you run the risk of not having the monitor lasting the full two years and batteries eventually drain even without usage. So, if you don't see yourself using it that soon, it would be advisable still to turn it on before the date.
you mention to "regularly perform bump test" does this means daily every 12hrs shift or daily every 24hrs shift?1 answer
Every time before the user goes out to the field with the monitor.