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HONEYWELL AIR DETECTIVEUSER GUIDEIssue C32352460Honeywell Air Detective User Guide www.honeywell.com 1

TABLE OF CONTENTS1.0 INTRODUCTION. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32.0 PRODUCT SAFETY INFORMATION. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43.0 HARDWARE DESCRIPTION AND FUNCTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54.0 STARTUP. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 114.1 CHARGE DEVICE BATTERIES. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 114.2 POWER UP DEVICE. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 114.3 GET APP. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 114.4. REGISTER YOUR ACCOUNT ON THE HONEYWELL FORGE CLOUD. . . . . 115.0 OPERATION. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 145.1 SIGN IN DEVICE AND PAIR WITH THE HONEYWELL FORGE CLOUD . . 145.2 SELECT AIR SAMPLE LOCATIONS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 185.3 PREPARE AND INSERT CASSETTE. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 195.4 MAKE READINGS (COLLECT AIR QUALITY SAMPLES). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 215.5 GENERATE RESULTS AND VIEW PARTICLE ANALYSIS REPORT. . . . . . . 226.0 HONEYWELL AIR DETECTIVE REPORT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 267.0 GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 298.0 MAINTENANCE. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 319.0 TROUBLESHOOTING. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32DISCLAIMERS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Back CoverHoneywell Air Detective User Guide www.honeywell.com 2

1.0 INTRODUCTIONThe Honeywell Air Detective is intended for use by HVAC and environmental testprofessionals to analyze residential air quality for selected allergens includingspores, specific pollen types, as well as other organic particles.The Honeywell Air Detective system consists of three elements:1. The device and its associated hardware which collects the air samples andprovides the particle holographic imagery to the cloud database for analysis.2. The cloud-based, machine-learning software which analyzes the detectedparticles and provides a results report in near-real time.3. The user-supplied iPad tablet which controls the device application and theinterface to the cloud, and also displays the results report.The device uses a fan to in-take and capture an air sample through the impactionsampler built into a single-use, disposable cassette. After sampling the air forthree minutes, the device records holographic images of the particles detected inthe air sample. These images are then sent to the cloud for on-the-spot, near realtime particle classification and display.The results are returned to the iPad, providing an analysis report to share withthe homeowner in person and via e-mail. This data is intended to help HVACprofessionals and homeowners make informed decisions about the types ofair handling, cleaning equipment, and services that may be beneficial to thehomeowner.CloudMachine learning softwareconducts particle analysis.Cloud sendsanalysisback toiPad.iPad sendsholographicimages ofairborne particlesto cloud.Device sendsholographicimages ofairborne particlesto iPad.AirborneparticlesHoneywell Air Detective User Guide www.honeywell.com 3

2.0 PRODUCT SAFETY INFORMATION2.1SIGNAL WORD DEFINITIONS WARNING: Indicates a potentially hazardous situation, which, if not avoided,could result in death or serious injury. CAUTION: Indicates a potentially hazardous situation, which, if not avoided, mayresult in property damage. NOTICE: Indicates important information that must be remembered and aids injob performance.2.2PRODUCT WARNING, CAUTION AND NOTICE STATEMENTSm WARNINGPERSONAL INJURY Ensure the laser safety interlock (laserstops when product is opened) is notdefeated.Failure to comply with these instructionscould result in death or serious injury.CLASS 1LASER PRODUCTIEC 60825-1:2014CAUTIONPRODUCT DAMAGEEnsure the following: The Honeywell Air Detective system is used according to this User Guide. The Honeywell Air Detective device is used only in non-condensing locations. The Honeywell Air Detective components are not exposed to operatingtemperatures that exceed those found in Table 7.A (such as those found inside aparked vehicle during a hot day). The HAD device’s air inlet and outlet are kept clear at all times, including use inlocations where fumes (such as kitchens) may clog the air inlet. The exposed glass in the cassettes is neither touched nor contaminated afterthe protective label is removed. The device imager is not touched except when it is cleaned (see Section 7.0).Failure to comply with these instructions may result in product damage.NOTICEDEGRADED PRODUCT PERFORMANCE Before use, allow the device to acclimate to the ambient temperature. Perform air sample collection from 0 C to 38 C [32 F to 100 F] (non-condensing). Ensure the device remains closed while collecting air samples. Opening thedevice will disable the laser and fan, which terminates the sample. Ensure the sliding lid on the device remains closed at all times except whenactually taking an air sample. Dirty, hazy, or otherwise visibly contaminated air may negatively impact test results. Although the device may be used outdoors, do not leave or store the deviceoutdoors for long periods of time.Honeywell Air Detective User Guide www.honeywell.com 4

3.0 HARDWARE DESCRIPTION AND FUNCTION3.1HONEYWELL AIR DETECTIVE SYSTEM HARDWARETable 3.A shows the Honeywell Air Detective system hardware. See Table 7.B forpower supply specifications.TABLE 3.A. HONEYWELL AIR DETECTIVE HARDWAREITEMQUANTITY Honeywell AirDetective device AC adapterpower supply forexternal power Power cord forexternal power1 each(included in case)18Honeywell AirDetective singleuse cassettePackaged in twoclear plastic tubescontaining ninecassettes each(included in case)Two sets of twoBattery pack(One set included incase, the other setprovided separately)1 each Battery chargerdock AC adapter powersupply Power cord(not included in case,provided separately)Foam-lined,hardshell casewhich contains thecomponents notedabove1Honeywell Air Detective User Guide www.honeywell.com 5

3.2HARDWARE FEATURES (SEE FIGURES 3.A THROUGH 3.G, AND TABLE 3.A)FIGURE 3.A. DEVICE EXTERNAL FEATURESTopAir input vent with sliding lid(Ensure vent is kept clear at all times and thatthe sliding lid is closed at all times except whentaking an air sample.)Sliding lid closedSliding lid openControl panel(See Figure 3.G and Table 3.A.)Right SideFrontAir output vent(Ensure vent is keptclear at all times.)Latch(Pop out and pullback to open.)BackLeft SideAir output vent(Ensure vent is keptclear at all times.)Lable with QR codeand serial numberAir output vent(Ensure vent is keptclear at all times.)External power portBottomBattery ports(Battery packs notpresent)Protective rubber bumperBattery packsHoneywell Air Detective User Guide www.honeywell.com 6

FIGURE 3.B. DEVICE INTERNAL FEATURESAir conduit release leversAir conduit(Removable, see Section 8.0 forcleaning instructions.)Ribbon cable(Ensure cable does not becometrapped when closing device.)Laser signal word labelImager window(Do not touch. See Section 8.0 forcleaning instructions.)Cassette locationAlignment key(Aligns with cassette keyway.)O-Ring(If the cassette is difficult to insert orremove, use a cotton swab, such as aQ-tip , to apply Dow Corning 112High Consistency Valve Sealant orequivalent lubricant.)FIGURE 3.C. CASSETTE FEATURESClear plastic storage tube(Should always hold ninecassettes: Ensure usedcassettes are returned to thesleeve so that unusedcassettes actProtectivelabelsremovedCap(Twist and pull to remove.)Protective glass(Do not touch.)TopKeyway(Aligns with key inside device.)PerforationsQR CodeHoneywell Air Detective User Guide www.honeywell.com 7

NOTICE See the documentation included with the battery pack and the charger dock forcomplete specifications, charging, and recommended use information. New batteries come 50% charged and must be fully charged before use. Honeywell recommends using the external power option whenever possible buthaving four, fully-charged batteries available, if needed. Batteries do not have in-unit charging capability.FIGURE 3.D. BATTERY PACK FEATURESNewProduct documentation(Contains complete specifications, charging, andrecommended use information.)UsedFIGURE 3.E. BATTERY CHARGER DOCK FEATURESBattery pack charger dock(See included product documentation for completespecifications, charging, and recommended use information.)Honeywell Air Detective User Guide www.honeywell.com 8

FIGURE 3.F. CASE FEATURESLocation for optional, user-provided, locking devices.Business card windowHoneywell Air Detective User Guide www.honeywell.com 9

FIGURE 3.G. CONTROL PANEL“On/Off” buttonStatus LEDs(See Table 3.B.)“Start Reading” buttonTABLE 3.B. STATUS LEDS DESCRIPTIONLED COLOR AND dyRedFlashingBlueSteadyBlueFlashingDevice ispoweredby externalpower.(notused)(notused)Device ispowered bybattery.(notused)(notused)Device poweris on, ready tobe initialized.(notused)(notused)(notused)Battery isavailable tomake areading(collect an )Wi-Fi app isconnected.Wi-Fi appavailablebut is notconnected toa device.(notused)(notused)Fan hascompletedmaking aFan readyreadingFan makingto make(collectinga readinga readingan air(collecting an(collect an airsample).air sample).sample).Ready tomake a newreading.(notused)Battery is tooBattery is notlow to makeconnecteda readingor not(collect an airdetected.sample).(notused)(notused)Wi-Fi apperror.Fan hascompletedmaking areading(collecting anFanair sample);initializationhowever,error.the readingresulted in anerror. Readyto make anew reading.Honeywell Air Detective User Guide www.honeywell.com 10

4.0 STARTUP4.1 CHARGE THE DEVICE BATTERIESInsert the batteries into the charger dock and plug the charger dock into a walloutlet using the power cord.4.2 POWER UP DEVICEInsert the fully charged batteries into the bottom of the device, as shown in Figure3.A, or plug the device into external power using the power supply and power cord.Depress the On/Off button (see Figure 3.A for location).4.3 GET APPUsing your iPad, go to Apple App Store and search for Honeywell Air Detective.Click “GET” to download the app.4.4.REGISTER YOUR ACCOUNT ON THE HONEYWELL FORGE CLOUD4.4.1. Open the Honeywell Air Detective app on your iPad. Enter your emailaddress and click the “NEXT” button, as shown in Figure 4.A.FIGURE 4.A. HONEYWELL FORGE SIGN IN SCREENHoneywell Air Detective User Guide www.honeywell.com 11

4.4.2. Click the “CREATE AN ACCOUNT” button, as shown in Figure 4.B.FIGURE 4.B. CREATE AN ACCOUNT SELECTION SCREEN4.4.3. Enter the requested information and click the “REGISTER” button, as shownin Figure 4.C. Your validation code will appear in your email inbox.FIGURE 4.C. ACCOUNT REGISTRATION SCREENHoneywell Air Detective User Guide www.honeywell.com 12

4.4.4. Enter your validation code and click the “CREATE ACCOUNT” button, asshown in Figure 4.D, to complete the Honeywell Forge Cloud account registration.FIGURE 4.D. ACTIVATE ACCOUNT SCREEN4.4.5. Click the “OK” button, as shown in Figure 4.E, to complete the registrationvalidation and activate your account.FIGURE 4.E. ACCOUNT ACTIVATED SCREEN4.4.6. After you are redirected to the “End User License Agreement” screen,enter the optional company information and agree to the “End User LicenseAgreement”. Click the “Register” option.Honeywell Air Detective User Guide www.honeywell.com 13

5.0 OPERATION5.1SIGN IN THE DEVICE AND PAIR WITH CLOUD5.1.1 Enter your email or username, as shown in Figure 5.A, and click the “NEXT”button to pre-validate your sign in to the device app.FIGURE 5.A. SIGN IN SCREEN: PRE-VALIDATION5.1.2 After successful pre-validation, enter your credentials, as shown in Figure5.B, and click the “SIGN IN” button,FIGURE 5.B. SIGN IN SCREEN: SIGN INHoneywell Air Detective User Guide www.honeywell.com 14

5.1.3 Upon successful credential validation, you are then redirected to the deviceapp homepage. Click the “START A READING” button, as shown in Figure 5.C.FIGURE 5.C. DEVICE APPLICATION HOMEPAGE5.1.4 Enter the client’s information, as shown in Figure 5.D, and click the “NEXT”button.FIGURE 5.D. CLIENT INFORMATION TABHoneywell Air Detective User Guide www.honeywell.com 15

5.1.5 Click the “ Add Device” button, as shown in Figure 5.E, to open the QR codescanner.FIGURE 5.E. DEVICE CONNECTION TAB5.1.6 Using your iPad, scan the QR code located on the device, as shown in Figure5.F. Click the “ Add Device” button, previously shown in Figure 5.E, to initiate theQR Code scan.FIGURE 5.F. ADD NEW DEVICE QR CODE SCREENHoneywell Air Detective User Guide www.honeywell.com 16

5.1.7 Upon successful QR code validation, click the “JOIN” button, as shown in Figure5.G, to connect your device to the app, as shown in Figure 5.H.FIGURE 5.G. WI-FI PAIRING INITIALIZATION SCREENFIGURE 5.H. WI-FI PAIRING STATUS SCREENHoneywell Air Detective User Guide www.honeywell.com 17

5.2SELECT AIR SAMPLE LOCATIONS5.2.1 After the device is connected to the app, select the “Device connection” tab, asshown in Figure 5.I, to begin making readings (collecting air quality samples).FIGURE 5.I. DEVICE CONNECTION TAB5.2.2. Click the “ Add Location” button, as shown in Figures 5.J and 5.K, to addindividual air sample locations.FIGURE 5.J. ADD AIR SAMPLE LOCATIONS TABHoneywell Air Detective User Guide www.honeywell.com 18

FIGURE 5.K. SELECT LOCATION OPTIONS SCREEN5.3PREPARE AND INSERT CASSETTE5.3.1 Prepare a cassette for use by carefully removing the top and bottomprotective labels, taking care to remove along the perforations so that the square QRcode remains intact (see Figure 3.C).5.3.2 With your iPad, scan in the cassette’s QR code, as shown in Figure 5.L.FIGURE 5.L. SCAN CASSETTE TAB.5.22.Honeywell Air Detective User Guide www.honeywell.com 19

5.3.3 Insert the cassette into the device as shown in Figure 5.M by aligning thecassette keyway with the device key, and gently, but firmly, seating the cassette.Note: If the cassette is difficult to insert or remove, see Figure 3.B for how to apply alubricant.FIGURE 5.M. INSERTING A CASSETTE INTO THE DEVICECassette keyway(Ensure alignment withdevice key.)Device key(Ensure alignment withcassette keyway.)5.3.4 Each air sample location requires a fresh cassette. Select the “Scan Cassette”tab, as shown in Figure 5.N, to start the process.FIGURE 5.N. REFRESH CASSETTE SCREENHoneywell Air Detective User Guide www.honeywell.com 20

5.4MAKE READINGS (COLLECT AIR QUALITY SAMPLES)5.4.1 Ensure the sliding lid on the device is open (see Figure 3.A).5.4.2 Click the “START A READING” button to collect an air sample. One readingtakes about five minutes after which the data is sent from the device to your iPad.If desired, you may continue to make readings for other locations, as shown inFigures 5.O and 5.P.FIGURE 5.O. START DEVICE/START A READING SCREENFIGURE 5.P. READING IN PROGRESS STATUS SCREENHoneywell Air Detective User Guide www.honeywell.com 21

5.5GENERATE RESULTS AND VIEW PARTICLE REPORTS5.5.1 After the desired reading(s) have been made, click the “GENERATEREPORT” button, as shown in Figure 5.Q. This action uploads the readings to theHoneywell Forge Cloud for analysis.FIGURE 5.Q. GENERATE REPORT BUTTON5.5.2 Upon successful report generation, you may view the particle report, asshown in Figures 5.R through 5.T.FIGURE 5.R. REPORT GENERATION STATUS SCREEN 1Honeywell Air Detective User Guide www.honeywell.com 22

FIGURE 5.S. REPORT GENERATION STATUS SCREEN 2FIGURE 5.T. FINAL PARTICLE REPORT SCREENHoneywell Air Detective User Guide www.honeywell.com 23

5.5.3 If desired, you may share the generated reports via e-mail, as shown inFigures 5.U and 5.V.FIGURE 5.U. SHARE REPORT SCREEN 1FIGURE 5.V. SHARE REPORT SCREEN 2Honeywell Air Detective User Guide www.honeywell.com 24

5.5.4 To review past readings, click on the menu bars in the upper left corner andgo to the “REPORT” tab, as shown in Figures 5.W and 5.X.FIGURE 5.W. READINGS LOGFIGURE 5.X. READINGS LOGHoneywell Air Detective User Guide www.honeywell.com 25

6.0 HONEYWELL AIR DETECTIVE REPORTThe detailed Honeywell Air Detective Report provides particle concentrations,images, and categories, as well as size data. It also provides important informationand helpful links to aid in interpreting the results. Figure 6.A shows excerpts takenfrom a particle report that sampled the air in an indoor location, in this case, anoffice. See also Tables 6.A and 6.B for more information.FIGURE 6.A. HONEYWELL AIR DETECTIVE REPORT EXCERPTSHoneywell Air Detective User Guide www.honeywell.com 26

TABLE 6.A. PERFORMANCECHARACTERISTICPARAMETERCollected airborne particle image8 mega pixel reconstructed holographic image, gray scaleCollected particle minimum diameter2 µm typicalField of viewTypical particle collection efficiency2, 3: 10 µm diameter5 µm diameter2.5 µm diameterPrecision %4:Detailed pollen classes as shown in Table 6.B5Spore class as shown in Table 6.B5% recall for spore class as shown in Table 6.B63.7 mm x 2.8 mm or 10.1 mm2Air sampling time per reading3 min typicalTime to analyze one air sample reading in cloud73 min to 5 min typical1 90%approximately 50%approximately 20%91% typical73% typical74% typicalThe minimum diameter of detectable particles may actually be larger or smaller than 2 µm due to the refractive index and the opacity of theparticle at the Honeywell Air Detective’s light source wavelength (i.e., 850 nm). In some cases, particles smaller than 2 µm may be detecteddue to high opacity; in other cases, larger translucent particles may not be detected.2The collection efficiencies indicated are approximations that are derived not from empirical lab characterization, but rather from fluiddynamics models assuming 21 liter-per-minute sampling flow and certain other simplifications, including perfectly spherical particles. Thecollection efficiencies also assume the use of new cassettes that have been sealed and stored properly at room temperature.3The collection efficiencies are utilized in the calculation to translate the number of imaged particles to the average airborne particleconcentration in #/m3 (i.e., the estimated average number of particles in a cubic meter of air). For example, a single 15 µm (with 100%collection efficiency) would translate to an approximate airborne particle concentration of 1 per 63 liters of air (or 16/m3); likewise, a single2.5 µm particle (20% collection efficiency) would translate to 5 per 63 liters of air (or 79/m3).4The precision % values for detailed pollen classes and the spore class reflect the average percentage of correctly detected and correctlyidentified particles within each of the particle classes on which the machine-learning has been trained, based on a c

Honeywell Air Detective User Guide www.honeywell.com 3 1.0INTRODUCTION The Honeywell Air Detective is intended for use by HVAC and environmental test professionals to analyze residential air quality for selected allergens including spores, specific pollen types, as well as other organic particles.