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|Product Name:||Flame Dection Infared Sensor||Diameter:||5.5mm|
|Sensing Element Diameter:||2.5mm||Electric Time Constant:||6 Sec|
|Thermal Time Constant:||200 Msec||Offset Voltage:||0.4-0.7V|
|Voltage Responsivity:||>500V/W||Detectivity:||>4x108 Cm Hz /W|
|Noise:||＜170 NVrms/Hz||Field Of View:||＞110°|
|Operating Temperature:||-40~80℃||Operating Voltage:||2~15V|
|Sensing Distance:||＞25m（0.1㎡ Dection Side）||Encapsulation:||TO39|
Strong Anti-interference Flame Dection Infared Sensor LVF001 With Sensor Distance More Than 25 Meter
Flame detector has been widely-used in all kinds of oil storage facilities, and large warehouses etc. It has become the standard equipments for high –risk fire areas, such as petroleum, chemical industry, paper making, metallurgy, nuclear power plants. It has also been more and more popular among high-level residence, commercial districts, and general industrial districts.
Furnace Flame Control
|Technique Data||label||Typical Value||Unit|
|Detect window size||5.5(Diameter)||mm|
|Output signal @10Hz||Vs||35||uV|
|D* @10Hz||D||>4×108||cm Hz1/2/W|
|Fliter Size||Diameter 5.5||mm|
|Fliter||Vavelength 4.3um,Band width600nm|
Typical Filters parameters
Typical Filters parameters, and other parameters can be customized.
Transmission Spectrum of the window material
Filed of view
Flame detector is made up of ultra-thin LiTaO3 single crystal sensitive elements, low-noise JEFT, and high transmittance filters.It has high response rate, strong anti-interference, and international advanced featueres.
Spot-type multiband infrared flame detection technology is one of the best solutions to fire warning at present. It pre-warns fire disasters by detecting the special infrared ray. It has faster response than that of traditional smog or heat type fire detection technology, especially, the warning time can be 80% earlier in the open air. It provides more protection for people life and property safety.
How to Select a Flame Detector
Process and plant engineers in the oil and gas industry and a wide range of other hazardous process and manufacturing industries require continuous flame monitoring equipment to prevent catastrophic fires. In order to select such detection equipment, users should endeavor to understand the principles of flame detection and review the types of detectors available today. Armed with this knowledge they will be better able to match the appropriate flame detector to process and site performance requirements and to the type of hazard whose consequences the instrument is designed to mitigate.