Flame detector FL3112

flame detector
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Detected entity
flame, gas
infrared, LED
Other characteristics
Modbus, digital


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. •120° field of view provides greater coverage for detecting fires •LED status indication of fault and alarm status •Stainless steel finish supports onshore / offshore environments •Ex-e segregated wiring field wiring compartment meets high reliability requirements •Continuous Optical Path Monitoring (COPM) checks optical path integrity and the detector's electronic circuitry once per minute •4-20 mA stepped output is the industry standard for remote alarm and fault indication •Three SPDT programmable relay outputs for immediate and time delayed relay outputs for Warning, Alarm & Fault •RS-485 Modbus RTU serial communications p\rovides addressable communication link with optional redundancy Markets: General Industry, Oil & Gas, Utilities Features • ‘DFIR’ Technology • 120° Field of View • LED status indication • Stainless steel or bronze (AB2) • EExe Wiring compartment • Five output configurations Benefits • High rejection of false alarms • Greater coverage for detecting fires utilising fewer detectors • Status clearly visible from front • Choice of corrosion-resistant body for offshore applications • Ease of field wiring connection • Flexibility of choice and economy of purchase


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