Multi-spectrum infrared flame detector for dirty industrial settings
Sep 26 2019 Read 377 Times
Teledyne’s Gas and Flame Detection’s MultiFlame DF-TV7–T is a multi-spectrum IR flame detector that uses three wavelengths. This detector responds to hydrocarbon fires and is the best choice for operation in dirty, industrial environments or for detecting smoky fires. The MultiFlame DF-TV7–T is designed to detect and respond to unwanted hydrocarbon fires, whilst keeping up a high level of false alarm immunity. This detector operates at a long range of 80 meters with a 120° line of sight and also performs continuous automatic inspections of the optical lens.
This unit features a wide variety of output options as standard and is certified for operation in SIL 3 applications. The detector can be interfaced directly with an extensive range of fire panels, controllers and PLC’s etc. MultiFlame DF-TV7–T is fully configurable via a wireless hand-held terminal (TLU600) or alternatively with HART (TM) giving more choice and flexibility to installers. Time delays, sensitivity and output configuration are set up by using the TLU; a hazardous area approved hand-held unit. Wireless testing of the optical and output circuits can be carried out by using the TLU for assured ease of maintenance.
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