BST Model Number: IFC50
Fitted To: Universal Compatibility
Output: Relay Output with 1 NC and 1 NO contact
Orientation: Axial / End View
Suitable For: Gas and Oil Burners
What is the difference with this and other flame detectors?
The vast majority of Flame Detectors are certified only when matched to a specific control box, for example, a TMG 740-3 must be used with a UVZ 780 cell... or an LFL must use a QRA2. The BST flame detectors are certified for use in their own right, fully CE marked with approvals that allow them to be used with ANY manufacturers control system, regardless of the recommended detector. A few small wiring mods may be required, but its a small price to pay for a far superior, more resilient and more reliable product!
Why Choose an IFC50 over other Flame sensors?
- The IFC50 is IP65 rated and is protected by a tough industrial housing, suited to harsh or rough environments.
- This Flame Scanner is CE marked as a Universally compatible control box. The CE marking is on the product itself, NOT the flame detector WITH a selected box.
- The IFC50 includes an optical indicator on the rear of the housing (red LED) allowing correct operation to be visually monitored.
- Input: AC 230 V ~ (-15/+10 %)
- Optical features 185 to 265 nm, tolerated flame signal fades approx. 200ms
- Orientation radial
- Lifetime of the tube approx. 10000 h
- Distance to flame <2 m
- Nominal frequency 50-60 Hz
- Prefuse max. 1 A , slow
- Consumption max. 18 mA
- Operating temperature -20 to +60°C (temperatures higher than 50°C reduces life of the UV tube )
- Operating position any position
- Kind of protection IP 65
- Protection class I , FELV
- Humidity max. 95% r.H., non-condensing
- Electrical connection Amphenol eco|mate plug C016
- Restart time >5s between controlled shut-down and renewed heat request
The IFC 50 is a compact UV flame detector, which is specially designed for severe conditions often experienced in industrial applications for single flame combustion. The IFC 50 can be connected directly to the ionisation or LDR input of the control box. The UV sensor ensures that the flame detector does not react to background radiation from hot refractory or from any other infrared light source.
The Flame detector has to be disconnected started up once in a day. For safety reasons and technical regulations a controlled burner shut down at least once per 24 hours must be guaranteed.
The BST IFC50 has been developed to meet the requirements of UL 372-2, CSA C22.2 and EN 298. The flame detector IFC50 must be switched off for more than 5 seconds before burner operation can be restarted.
The flame detector is equipped with an optical interface which visibly indicates the flame signal intensity.