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Part # Distributor Manufacturer Product Category Description
8171742 PLC Radwell Cleaver Brooks Flame Safety Products, UV Sensor FLAME DETECTOR INFRARED
48PT19003 PLC Radwell Eca Flame Safety Products, UV Sensor INFRARED SCANNER
48PT19003 PLC Radwell Electronic Corp Of America Flame Safety Products, UV Sensor INFRARED SCANNER
48PT19003 PLC Radwell Fireye Flame Safety Products, UV Sensor INFRARED SCANNER

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  • Selecting a Flame Detector
    . • LNG/LPG. • Diesel. • Hydrogen. • Gasoline. • Paper/Wood. • Kerosene • Textiles. • Jet. Fuels. • Solvents. • Ethylene. • Sulfur. Principles of Flame Detection. Most flame detectors identify flames by so-called optical methods like ultraviolet (UV) and infrared. (IR) spectroscopy and visual flame
  • Infrared Technology for Fail-To-Safe Hydrocarbon Gas Detection
    , and the need for oxygen. to maintain sensor accuracy. In the past few. years, continuing advances in infrared. technology have provided a more reliable yet. reasonably priced alternative in infrared. absorption based combustible gas sensors. The increased reliability also results in cost. savings via
  • Applying Neural Network Technology To Next Generation Flame Detectors
    industrial environments. With a next-generation multi-spectral infrared flame. for flame detection include: sensor that incorporates neural network technology,. > Automotive > Oil / Gas Refineries. the new FL4000 Intelligent Multi-Spectral IR Flame. > Aerospace > Pharmaceuticals. Detection System from
  • PrevEx Flammability Analyzers vs. Infrared Sensors for Process Applications
    , the analyzer must. be either recalibrated or reprogrammed to. ensure that it's measurement of the new solvent. vapor is still accurate. Microsoft Word - H7APP023 rev.B.doc Control Instruments®. Corporation. Application Note. PrevEx® Flammability Analyzers versus Infrared. Sensors for process
  • Review of Sensor Technologies Used in Personal Safety Instruments
    not require oxygen to operate, and it is not susceptible to poisons. One drawback is that it cannot measure gases with thermal conductivities similar to the reference gas (i.e. Nitrogen). Thermal conductivity sensors are used primarily in portable gas leak detectors. Non-Dispersive Infrared Absorption
  • Comparing Response Factors of Flame Temperature Analyzers & IR Sensors
    a mixture of solvent. vapors. The PrevEx Flammability Analyzer has the unique ability to measure most common process solvent. vapors, including mixtures, to within a few percent of their lower flammable limit, without recalibrating,. unlike narrow-banded infrared sensors.
  • Available Gas Concentration, Sensors, Probes & Connectors
    : 2-channel infra-red absorption. principle. Measuring range: 0 to10 000 ppm (0 to 1 vol% CO ). 2. Accuracy: 0 to 5000 ppm±. (under nominal conditions). (50 ppm+ 2% of measured value). 5000 to 10000 ppm. ±(100 ppm +3% of meas. value). Compact sensor for mobile and stationary applications. High display
  • Single Solvent (.pdf)
    Analyzer. CalorVal BTU Analyzer. Flame Ionization Detector. Gas Sensors. AcuPro Infrared Process Analyzer. Accessories. Calibration Equipment. Fuel Changeover System. Touch Screen Operator Interface. Legacy Products. Applications. Chemical & Pharmaceutical Processes. Coil Coating. Pollution Control

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