Fixed Range of Flame Detectors in UAE

Posted by John Wilson on April 5th, 2022

Flame Detectors are self-contained stand-alone devices designed for direct connection to control and alarm systems or automatic fire extinguishing systems. They work in the toughest of environments. They work with all kinds of infrared sensors.

Infrared sensors and optical filters make up the point-type infrared flame detector. CO is produced by the burning of hydrocarbons in the primary sensor, and the emission spectrum (4.4 microns) has the maximum sensitivity. It has a stronger tolerance to false alarms induced by the ambient infrared light source when combined with the logical comprehensive evaluation of the flicker frequency of fire. The device should be utilized in an indoor working setting since the daylight source is more complicated and the detector only uses a single wavelength infrared sensor for flame detection. Liquid and gas flames, open fires that emit smoke, and sites that cause deflagration are all covered by the detector.

\"\"Three infrared sensors and optical filters are included in the S600-ExIR3-UV PLC point-type infrared flame detector. The primary sensor is most sensitive to the CO2 emission spectrum (4.4m) produced by hydrocarbon burning, while the other three infrared sensors detect ambient light and background light interference from thermal body radiation. To maximize the suppression of false alarms and the best fire detection performance, the detector has multiple signal processing algorithms combined with the logical comprehensive judgment of the flame flicker frequency. The detector\'s sensitivity and reaction time have been substantially improved thanks to a unique fire signal processing approach and multi-sensor detection technology. The detector\'s sensitivity may be automatically modified in response to changes in the usage environment. The detector may be used to detect liquid and gas fires, open flames with smoke, and areas where deflagration can occur.

An infrared wavelength sensor and a very sensitive imported UV ultraviolet sensor, as well as an optical filter, are included in the S600-ExIR1-UV point type infrared / ultraviolet flame detector. The UV sensor can now detect ultraviolet radiation from fires and explosives. The CO2 emission spectrum (4.4m) produced by the burning of hydrocarbons is most sensitive to the infrared sensor. In the case of a fire, the detector is sensitive to UV radiation. To limit false alarms and provide the highest fire detection performance, a composite judgment using infrared signal and multi-signal processing is paired with a logical comprehensive judgment of flame flicker frequency. The flame detector offers an early warning function for fires involving organic materials like hydrocarbons as well as fires involving inorganic materials.

They also make the T-229/4P universal UV/IR Flame Detector Test Lamp, which is extensively used in the marine industry to test UV, single IR, and UV/IR flame detectors from a variety of manufacturers.

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