Dräger Flame 3000

Dräger Flame 3000 is an imaging based explosion proof flame detector. This multi-channel IR visual flame detection system uses digital signal processing and advanced algorithms to process and interpret flame characteristics. This principle offers an extended field of view and fewer false alarms compared to conventional flame detectors.

Benefits

Product Information

  • Superior False Alarm Immunity
    • The unique software algorithm of the Dräger Flame 3000 is capable of discriminating between genuine fire conditions and other radiant sources that may course conventional detectors to become desensitized or produce unwanted alarms. The detector is immune to common sources of unwanted alarms such as hot work, hot CO2 emissions and flare reflections. This makes it to a great partner on your oil rig or industry plant. So chances of a false alarm are significantly diminished.
  • Detector Flexibility
    • ?The Dräger Flame 3000 can be operated as a stand-alone unit, it can also be integrated with a control system or fire panel to provide fault, and fire signalling. This is achieved using a 0 to 20 mA and /or relay outputs.
  • Further advantages
    • ?easy to install
    • tri-colour LED for a simple status indication
    • combinable in a Dräger fire and gas detection system
    • Approvals: FM, Atex, FMC, IECEx
  • Field of View
    • ?The Dräger Flame 3000 has 120° horizontal and 80° vertical field of view with increased range of 60 metres to an n-heptane 0.1m2 pan fire. This saves you both: maintenance and installation costs.
      The detector’s Field of View is a rectangular pyramid shape and represents a radial projection of the sensing element; therefore, giving it the largest coverage area of any flame detector currently available. This unique Field of View does not reduce at the outer limits unlike conventional flame detectors.
  • Functional Testing
    • The Dräger FS-5000 Flame simulator can dependably activate a Dräger Flame 3000 from a distance of up to 8m. The electronics are housed in an enclosure which is designed for Zone 1 hazardous areas. Again, this further reduces maintenance costs by eliminating the need for scaffolds or ladders when testing the device.

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