UV, UV/IR and IR3 Flame Detectors to cover a wide range of applications
Robust, simple to install & set-up; Wide angle and fast speed of response
Automatic test and test lamps for simple check and maintenance
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The Honeywell Analytics FSL100 Series are Optoelectronic flame detectors for a wide range of Light Industrial fire detection from Honeywell Analytics.
A range of middle market Optical Flame Detectors joining the HA FSX High End products. Addresses a wide range of fire protection applications both indoors and outdoors. With 3 versions to cover a wide range of flaming fires: Ultraviolet (UV), Ultraviolet/Infrared (UVIR) and Triple Infrared (IR3).
Detects wide range of Hydrocarbon & Non-Hydrocarbon fires Detecting a wide range of Hydrocarbon and Non-Hydrocarbon flaming fires means that many application areas can be addressed.
Wide viewing angle Optical detection of radiant energy in a solid angle Field of View enables coverage of a large risk area. Simple optional mounting bracket allows the FSL100 to be installed and aligned covering the hazard.
Fast response Far faster than other technologies, by responding to flaming fires in seconds enabling a more rapid response to danger before the fire can escalate.
Hazardous Area ATEX Zone 2/22, FM Class1, 2 & 3 Div2 Can be installed indoors or outdoors and in Hazardous areas typically looking into a Zone 1 area from a distance.
FM 3260 and EN54-10 performance certs Certified to FM 3260 and EN54-10 for flame Detector performance.
Relay and current output (Fault and Alarm) Analogue stepped output and Alarm/Fault relays for simple connectivity.
Inbuilt Automatic Test and Simple to use Test Lamps FSL100 maintains continuous internal health monitoring. Test lamps enable simple operational and Field of View testing.
Suitable for Many Applications:
UV, UV/IR and IR3 available
Hydrocarbon and non-hydrocarbon sources
Use in potentially explosive atmospheres
Indoor and outdoor operation
High visibility red or discrete white models available
Approved to EN54-10 and FM3260 flame detector standards
FSL100-UV, FSL100-UVIR and FSL100-IR3; Choice of red or white housings
110 ft /35 m (IR3), 25 m/80 ft (UV, UV/IR) alarming within 10 seconds to a 1 ft2(0.1 m2
Cone of vision
90˚minimum horizontal and vertical
10-28 VDC (12-24 VDC nominal)
- Continuous green: normal operation - Continuous yellow: fault - Flashing yellow: Fault and guide to repeat self-test after a self-test failure - Continuous red: alarm
Standard available 4–20 mA (stepped, sinking, non-isolated): - 0 mA power fault / microprocessor fault - 2 mA optical fault - 4 mA normal operation - >20 mA alarm
Relay output: - Alarm relay - Fault relay
De-energized during normal operation, no alarm, SPDT, 30 VDC – 2 A, 60 W max. Energised during normal operation, no fault, SPDT, 30 VDC – 2 A, 60 W max.
Cable gland & terminals
Cable entry M20 clearance. Supplied with gland suitable for cable diameter from 0.2” (5.5mm) to 0.5”(13mm). Terminals suitable for 0.5mm2 (20AWG) to 1.5mm2 (15AWG) wire
Start up times
Alarm response time
8 to 30 sec
Alarm output settings
Selectable LEDs and relays latching/non-latching; factory setting: latching
Automatic & manual Self-Test
Automatic Sensor Test (built in Self-Test) and manual Self-Test
Operating current normal
25 mA at 24 VDC
Current in alarm, at 24 VDC
±75 mA at 24 VDC
- Fire control panels using end of line (EOL) and alarm resistors (current increase) - Devices that operate via relay switched outputs - PLCs with 4–20 mA inputs
End of line and alarm resistor
To be adjusted to the fire control panel; free terminals are dedicated to the resistors Note: the alarm and EOL resistor must be rated 2 W min. each and the total power dissipation of both alarm and EOL resistor should not exceed 2 W