The RealWear HMT-1 and HMT-1Z1 headsets are not certified medical devices.
Rather, they are industrial devices, designed for rugged use in hazardous environments, and certified to meet IP66 standards for water and dust ingress. All discussion henceforth concern the cleaning of HMT-1 and HMT-1Z1 devices and their ability to withstand common cleaning processes. RealWear does not claim the HMT-1 or HMT-1Z1 devices can be sanitized, sterilized or disinfected.
• HMT enclosures have been tested against soaking with 96% ethanol.
• HMT enclosures are able to withstand submersion in ethanol for 5 minutes.
• IMPORTANT: This test was for housing integrity only and was not performed on
|Procedure||Alcohol Test – Housing Integrity|
|Date||March 2, 2017|
|Location||RealWear Test Labs, China|
|Procedure||Use 96% ethanol and submerge the non-functioning samples for 5 minutes and leave the samples in room for 1 hour., Then perform 2m x 6 faces drops.|
|Conditions||Ambient temperature:25+/-10℃ Relative humidity: 55+/-20% RH|
Common Cleaning Processes that are Acceptable for HMT-1 and HMT-1Z1
• Combining the IP66 certification and the ability of the housing to withstand 96% Ethanol, RealWear guidance is:
• HMT-1 and HMT-1Z1 devices may be wiped or sprayed with up to 96% alcohol.
• Comfort parts can by subjected to epoxy ethane vapor, or replaced with RealWear’s Flesbands. Flexbands are RealWear’s silicone ‘clean-room’ straps. Flexbands can be wiped with alcohol.
Summary of RealWear Guidance for Cleaning HMT-1 and HMT-1Z1 Headsets
|Wiped or sprayed with up to 96% alcohol.
Comfort parts can by subjected to epoxy ethane vapor, or replaced with RealWear’s Flexbands. Flexbands can be wiped with alcohol.
DOWNLOAD CLEANING GUIDE HERE.
IMPORTANT – FOLLOW ABOVE GUIDELINES OR YOU WILL DAMAGE THE DEVICE.