Infrared flame detector
The IR-10.1 infrared flame detector detects flickering fires with open flame with the involvement of carbon based on the flickering and the spectral line of CO2. The device is very suitable for open flames with smoke development. It does not respond to sunlight, light bulbs (continuous/modulated), fluorescent lights, flying sparks, arcs, hydrogen flames, small flames without flickering or metal fires.
False tripping can occur for heat haze and with radiation sources that are in the infrared range and pulse over a longer range of 1-10 hertz.
The sensor has relay outputs for malfunction and alarm and internal monitoring of the operating voltage.
IR-10.1 – Data and Facts
|Operating current at 24V||
|Viewing angle without ventilation||
|Viewing angle with ventilation||
98 x 64 x 35 mm
98 x 64 x 54 mm
|(set to 2 cm gas flame from 3 mm tube, 30%prop.70%but.)||
Options and special features
|– Relay outputs (normally open contact) for faults and alarm 0,5A / 30VDC
– Internal monitoring of operating voltage, malfunction with
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