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Fast and Accurate Flame Detectors

Simtronics Flame Detectors Provide Fast and Accurate Detection. 

Simtronics, an IST company, introduces its MultiFlame DF-TV7 series flame detectors that provide fast and accurate detection of hydrocarbon fires while ensuring reliable false alarm immunity. Available in Multispectral IR (IR3) and UV/2IR versions; both are housed in a rugged 316 stainless steel enclosure, approved to ATEX, CE, and IECEx global standards, and certified and suitable for use in SIL2 applications.

The DF-TV7-V flame detector is based on a multi-infrared spectrum (IR3) technology that provides the longest distance-to-detection on the market (260 ft for n-Heptane), is highly sensitive to fire and is ideal for use in dirty environments and for smoky fires. The DF-TV7-V flame detector uses combined ultraviolet/infrared (UV-2IR) optical technology that provides industry-leading immunity to false alarms based on the two IR channel design. Both solutions lead to a very efficient false alarm rejection while keeping optimum sensitivity to fire.

 

To read more, please visit Simtronics website here.

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