High-temperature UV flame detector

A highly responsive ultraviolet (UV) flame sensor and advanced signal processing allow the new high-temperature FL3111HT UV Flame Detector from General Monitors to operate in temperatures up to 125 ºC (257 ºF). To achieve the high-temperature rating, the instrument features a UV flame detector and electronic components that operate with very low power consumption to reduce detector se...
By Control Engineering Staff October 1, 2008


A highly responsive ultraviolet (UV) flame sensor and advanced signal processing allow the new high-temperature FL3111HT UV Flame Detector from General Monitors to operate in temperatures up to 125liseconds. Features include continuous optical path monitoring (COPM); the circuitry self-checks the optical path integrity and electronics once every minute to ensure proper operation. This helps ensure the sensor window is clean and ready to monitor potential flame conditions. The electronics areintegral within its stainless steel explosion-proof housing, allowing detector information to be processed at the point of detection. www.generalmonitors.com General Monitors