SKU: 40/40-I-211-SC ,

Spectrex 40/40I Triple IR (IR3) Flame Detector

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Description

The Spectrex 40/40I Triple IR (IR3) Flame Detector can detect fuel and gas fires from a long distance, and with the highest immunity to false alarms. The 40/40I IR3 can detect a small (0,1m2) gasoline or heptane pan fire at 65m in less than 5 seconds. The Spectrex 40/40I is one of the most durable and weather resistant Flame Detector on the market.

Features
Multi spectrum design – for long distance detection and high false alarm immunity
Sensitivity selection – to ensure no zone crossover detection
Automatic and manual Built-In-Test (BIT) – to assure continued reliable operation
Heated window – for operation in harsh weather conditions (snow, ice, condensation)
Multiple output options for maximum flexibility and compatibility
Relays (3) for Alarm, fault and auxiliary
0-20mA (stepped)
HART protocol for maintenance and asset management
RS-485, Modbus compatible
High reliability – MTBF – minimum 150,000 hours
Approved to Safety Integrity Level 2 (SIL2 – TUV)
User programmable via HART or RS-485.

Hazardous area zones:
Zones 1 & 2 with IIC gas group vapors present
Zones 21 & 22 with IIIC dust type present

Ex approved to:
ATEX & IECEx
FM/FMC/CSA
3rd party Performance Tested
EN54-10 (VdS)
FM3260
Marine Approval
MED “Wheelmark” approval (DNV).

Additional information

Housing Material

Aluminum | ATEX / IECEx, Stainless Steel | ATEX / IECEx, Stainless Steel | Factory Mutual, CSA

Temperature/Entries

-55°C to 75°C | 3/4" NPT, -55°C to 75°C | M25

Wiring option

Fault Relay N.C. | Alarm Relay N.O. | 0-20 mA Sink | RS-485 | HART, Fault Relay N.C. | Alarm Relay N.O. N.C. | 0-20 mA Source | RS-485 | HART

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