iBRID MX6

Take your gas detection capabilities to new heights with the MX6 iBrid®. With the ability to monitor up to six gases at once, twenty-four sensor options, and a robust list of configurable settings, the MX6 iBrid easily adapts to your safety needs. Advance your gas detection capabilities with the most adaptable six-gas monitor on the market. Monitor oxygen, toxic and combustible gases, and volatile organic compounds (VOCs) with the help of hundreds of sensor combinations and configurations.

iBRID MX6 Calibration Guide:

Want to calibrate the Industrial Scientific Ibrid MX6? Here's how:

  1. Turn the Industrial Scientific Ibrid MX6 on in normal reading mode. Do this by pressing and holding the middle button.
  2. For a pumped monitor
    • Screw the demand flow regulator into the calibration gas cylinder.
    • Attach the tubing to the hose barb on your regulator.
    • Open the valve on your fixed flow regulator. This is a very important step so you do not ruin your calibration gas cylinder. Now screw it in to your calibration gas cylinder. Close the regulator once you hear gas spewing out of it. This is the signal to know your regulator is good to close. Continue screwing in the regulator until it stops. Do not overturn it.
    • Attach the tubing to the hose barb on your regulator. Make sure the tubing is also connected to your calibration adapter.
  3. Now the monitor needs to be put in fresh air calibration mode. Make sure you are in a fresh air environment. Press any of the buttons to light up the screen, then press the center button to enter the menu.
  4. Press the right button once to highlight "sensor" and press the middle button again to select it.
  5. Pres the down button to highlight "calibrate" in the sensor menu and select it with the middle button.
  6. Make sure the OK button is highlighted then press the center button again to start the sensor zeroing process.
  7. During the zeroing process, make sure the oxygen sensor reads above 20.9. Otherwise, it's time to get a new oxygen sensor.
  8. Once the monitor has completed zeroing, press the middle button to select "OK" to start the calibration process.
  9. For a pumped monitor, connected the tubing to the input port on the top of the monitor. On a passive diffusion monitor, clip on the calibration adapter then open the regulator to allow gas to flow.
  10. The monitor will calibrate each sensor one at a time. Make sure each calibration gas value on the screen matches what is on your calibration gas cylinder!
  11. Once the Industrial Scientific Ibrid MX6 has finished, press the center button to save the calibration and return to normal reading mode.
  12. Close and unscrew the regulator then detach the calibration adapter from the monitor.
  13. Congratulations! You have officially calibrated your Industrial Scientific Ibrid MX6 gas monitor. Make sure to record these readings in your calibration log!

Standard Sensor Settings for the iBrid MX6

Sensor Type Calibration Gas Value Low Alarm High Alarm TWA Alarm STEL Alarm Part Number
H2S - Hydrogen Sulfide 25ppm 10ppm 20ppm 10ppm 15ppm
CO - Carbon Monoxide 100ppm 35ppm 70ppm 35ppm 200ppm
LEL - Methane Curve 25% LEL 10% LEL 20% LEL N/A N/A 17124975-L
O2 - Oxygen 18% VOL 19.5% VOL 23.5% VOL N/A N/A 17124975-3

Exotic Sensor Setting for the iBrid MX6

Sensor Type Calibration Gas Value Low Alarm High Alarm TWA Alarm STEL Alarm Part Number
SO2 - Sulfur dioxide 10ppm 2ppm 4ppm 2ppm 5ppm
NO - Nitric Oxide 25ppm 25ppm 50ppm 25ppm 25ppm
NO2 - Nitrogen Dioxide 25ppm 3ppm 6ppm 3ppm 5ppm
Cl2 - Chlorine 10ppm 0.5ppm 1ppm 0.5ppm 1ppm
CLO2 - Chlorine dioxide 1ppm 0.1ppm 0.2ppm 0.1ppm 0.3ppm
CO2 - Carbon Dioxide 2.5% VOL 0.5% VOL 1% VOL 0.5% VOL 3% VOL 17124975-Q
HCN - Hydrogen Cyanide 10ppm 5ppm 10ppm 4ppm 4ppm
HCl- Hydrochloric Acid 10ppm 2.5ppm 5ppm 2.5ppm 2.5ppm
NH3 - Ammonia 50ppm 25ppm 50ppm 25ppm 35ppm
PH3 - Phosphine 1ppm 0.3ppm 0.6ppm 0.3ppm 1ppm
PID/COV 10.6ev Isobutoleyne 100ppm 100ppm 200ppm N/A N/A
CH4/IR - Methane 17124975-M

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