2018 Honeywell Commercial Gas Detection Price Increase

We received notification from Honeywell that the following Commercial Products will have a price increase effective January 1, 2018.

  • 2% Price increase on E3Point
  • HA Controllers
    • Removed HA20/HA40 controllers (spares still available) from price guide per EOL bulletin# 2017049. Alternate product: Touchpoint Plus
    • 15% increase on the remaining HA controllers due to 3rd party supplier price increases
  • 2% price increase on Midas / 6% price increase on Pyrolizer module only
  • New additions:
    • Sensepoint XCL – Bluetooth-enabled gas detectors for commercial spaces
    • o Sensepoint XRL – Bluetooth-enabled gas detectors for industrial spaces
  • To be discontinued
    • IAQ Point 2 – models with LON Works
    • Toxypoint (Sensepoint XCL is the recommended successor product)
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Updated BW/Honeywell Production Delays


Quick update from Honeywell on the production issues:

As of today Global Product Marketing has released the hold on the GasAlertMicroClip XL and X3 product. We are now able to take orders and ship product again.

Orders will automatically have a 30 day lead time but this is so we can gauge better the demand as we did not allow a backlog for PO’s.


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RKI Instruments GX-6000 – 600 gases??

We received the following from RKI Instruments:

One of the many unique features that separates the GX-6000 from it’s competitive models is the PID sensor. With a PID sensor installed, the GX-6000 has a library of over 600 VOC compounds. The closest competitive unit has a library of only 190 VOC’s. No need to go through any complex procedures to add compounds to the GX-6000. With just a few button presses you can change to any one of the other 600 VOC’s and then be ready to monitor. No other configuration or calibrations are needed. Just choose and go.

With over 600 VOC’s to choose from, we’ve also added some tools to make it easier to find the VOC’s you’re looking for. Instead of scrolling through the entire list of 600, use the Recent menu which will store the previous 7 VOC’s used on the instrument. Or, use the User List menu, which stores 30 VOC’s of your choosing. Quick, convenient, and simple.

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RAE Systems End of Life Announcement QRAE II

End of Life Announcement September 09, 2016
We receieved this from RAE Systems:

At Honeywell Analytics, we are constantly evaluating and updating our product line to meet the evolving gas detection needs of customers around the world. In some cases, this means discontinuing an offering and focusing our efforts on others.

The QRAE II gas detector and related accessories will be discontinued effective December 31th, 2016.

Alternative Offering for QRAE II

Alternative options to the QRAE II are our QRAE 3 (pump/diffusion) or MicroRAE (diffusion) gas detectors. Both the QRAE 3 and MicroRAE gas detectors offer wireless options and the QRAE 3 offers additional sensor options including SO2, PH3, and NH3.

Old Part Number Old Description QRAE 3 CSA Equivalent MicroRAE cCSAus Equivalent
020-1111-0A0 QRAE II Diffusion LEL / O2 / H2S / CO – Li-Ion M020-21111-111 M031-1111-200
020-1111-2A0 QRAE II Pumped LEL / O2 / H2S / CO – Li-Ion M020-11111-111 N/A

Last Order Date

The last order date for the QRAE II will be December 31st, 2016. We will accept orders based on material availability.

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Honeywell Production Delays

Order Entry and Production Hold from Honeywell

We received the following notice from Honeywell – BW Technologies
As of October 5 and until further notice, all orders for GasAlertMicroClip XL and as AlertMicroClip X3 gas detectors and replacement PCBs will be put on order entry and shipping hold. Affected order numbers include:

  • MCXL-*
  • MCX3-*
  • MCX3-MPCB1

Resolution and Communications
We are currently evaluating a third party supplier quality issue. With our commitment to quality, a rigorous investigation is underway to determine root cause, remediation and potential impact, if any, to detectors in the field. Our teams are working hard on progressing towards a resolution.

During this hold we will be able to alternatively offer:


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