FL500 UV/IR Flame Detector
The FL500 UV/IR Flame Detector monitors for radiation emitted by a flame in both the ultraviolet (UV) and infrared (IR) spectral ranges. This UV/IR combination provides a fast response time and increased false alarm immunity against sources of radiation for reliable protection.
FL500-H2 UV/IR Flame Detector for Hydrogen Applications
The FL500-H2 is an Ultraviolet / Infrared flame detector designed specifically to detect hydrogen (H2) fires. The FL500-H2 optical flame detector monitors for radiation emitted by a hydrogen flame in both the ultraviolet (UV) and infrared (IR) spectral ranges. This UV/IR combination provides a fast response time and increased false alarm immunity against sources of radiation for reliable protection.
FL4000H Multi-spectrum IR Flame Detector
The FL4000H is an advanced multi-spectrum infrared (MSIR) flame detector that provides superior false alarm immunity with the widest field of view. The FL4000H employs a multi-spectral optical IR sensing array with a sophisticated Neural Network Technology (NNT) system to reliably discriminate between actual flames and the vast majority of false alarm sources. The FL4000H detects typical fires such as alcohol, n-heptane, gasoline, jet fuels and hydrocarbons. It can also see through dense smoke produced by diesel, rubber, plastics and lube oil fires.
FL3112 IR Flame Detector (EU)
The FL3112 is a Digital Frequency Infrared (DFIR) flame detector designed to detect unwanted fires, and provide alarm outputs directly from the detector while maintaining high false alarm immunity in onshore / offshore applications. Designed specifically for the European market, the flame detector has European approvals only and must be ordered with the exact required options from the menu offered.
TL105 Test Lamp
The TL105 is a battery operated test lamp designed specifically to test General Monitors Flame Detectors. The TL105 is an explosion-proof test lamp that can be used with the FL4000H MSIR flame detector as well as any of the FL3100 Series Flame Detectors. The TL105 operates up to 35 feet from the flame detector.
FlameGard® 5 Test Lamp
With its high-energy broadband radiation source, the battery-operated FlameGard® 5 Test Lamp is precision-designed to test MSA's FlameGard® 5 MSIR, UV/IR, and UV/IR-H2 Flame Detectors. The rechargeable test lamp provides a radiation source that emits sufficient energy in both the ultraviolet and infrared spectra to activate UV and/or IR flame detectors. A variety of flashing test patterns allow the test lamp to check the operation of MSA flame detectors.
FlameGard® 5 UV/IR Flame Detector
The precision-crafted FlameGard® 5 UV/IR Flame Detector monitors both ultraviolet and infrared (UV & IR) spectral ranges, which makes it highly immune to false alarms caused by lightning, arc welding, hot objects and other sources of radiation. The unit's Continuous Optical Path Monitoring (COPM) checks both the optical path integrity and the detector's electronic circuitry once a minute, while the wide field of view enables greater fire detection coverage.
FL3100H UV/IR Flame Detector
The FL3100H is an Ultraviolet / Infrared flame detector designed to detect fires and provide alarm outputs directly from the detector while maintaining false alarm immunity. It monitors in both the ultraviolet (UV) and infrared (IR) spectral ranges, making it highly immune to false alarms. The FL500 UV/IR Flame Detector is the replacement for the FL3100H detector. Learn all about its advanced performance specifications here.
FL3101H UV Flame Detector
The FL3101H is an Ultraviolet-only flame detector designed to detect fires and provide alarm outputs directly from the detector while maintaining false alarm immunity. It detects in the ultraviolet (UV) spectral range for optimized speed of response. Configurations with dual Modbus and HART are available. Modbus and HART data can be used for predictive maintenance. The flame detector's electronics are integral within its explosion-proof housing, allowing detector information to be processed at the point of detection.