HFC All-In-One Compact Flame Scanner was meticulously designed for continuous,
intermittent, and 72-hour operation. The flame scanner's durable housing
integrates both the scanner and amplifier into one subcompact assembly,
which reduces overall cost and simplifies installation tremendously.
Additional costs normally required for mounting the control electronics
in a separate, service cabinet or separate housing unit are no longer
The AIO Flame Scanner has been engineered
to monitor a variety of flames in single burner applications ranging
from small heating plants to process combustion systems. A self diagnostic
program initiates immediately after start-up and will be continuous
throughout the operation cycle to provide the highest level of safety
and error free reliability. Integrated status lights are provided for
easier fault diagnosis and troubleshooting for maintenance staff.
Each flame's radiation intensity is converted
by an advanced, highly sensitive semiconductor photoelement, which transforms
the flame intensity into an analog signal which can then be connected
to a subsequent analog I/O module within a DCS or wired directly to
flame intensity meters locally.
Only signals produced by flame flickering
are processed by the advanced dual microprocessor system, assuring that
the flame monitoring is not influenced by ambient light. The flame discrimination
threshold of the AIO can be manually configured in the field through
a pushbutton switch which provides 10 levels of threshold detection.
Response time for flame detection failure can be set to either 1, 3,
or 5 seconds.
The D-LX 100 Compact Flame Scanner was
designed for years of trouble-free service and operating efficiency.
The housing is composed of a rugged NEMA 4x (IP 67) metal case for outstanding
durability. The standard front panel cover is metal, with transparent
plastic also available as an option.
Several D-LX 100 flame scanner models,
each with different spectral ranges are available for all burner types,
fuels, and firings.