flame detector

flame detector

[′flām di‚tek·tər]
(mechanical engineering)
A sensing device which indicates whether or not a fuel is burning, or if ignition has been lost, by transmitting a signal to a control system.
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The accuracy rates of the temperature detector and the smoke detector were 0%, while those of the developed camera and flame detector were 100%.
[USPRwire, Mon May 04 2015] North America Fire Sensors and Detectors by Component (Smoke Detector, Flame Detector, Heat Detector), By Service (Service & Maintenance, Managed Services, Engineering Services, Installation & Design), by Vertical, by Geography - Analysis & Forecast To 2019
Optical flame detector is a device detecting presence of smoke or flames from illumination.
The instrument features both gas and electric ignition options and improves safety with an over-temperature protection circuit and a flame detector above the test cup.
Spectrex says its explosion-proof SharpEye 40/40 Optical Flame Detector series has been tested by FM Approvals (project ID 3029553) and received the official approval for use in hazardous (classified) locations in the U.S.
Spectrex Inc., a maker of optical flame and gas detection and suppression systems, has launched its unique Hydrogen Flame Detector 20/20SH to address the need of a wide range of industrial and commercial facilities that use hydrogen fuel cells, hydrogen gas generators and hydroxyfuels.
The end result was an inspection tool that can be inserted through a spark plug or flame detector port to cover the critical areas in the combustor interior.
Kidde's recent and upcoming products include a flame detector, devices for quicker detection and fewer false alarms, and voice warnings of smoke or carbon monoxide.
The 20/20F Flame Detector is an industrial version of the military detector that is housed in an Explosion Proof (EX) housing.
The FlameGard [IR.sup.3] Flame Detector provides continuous monitoring for hydrocarbon-based fires.
An optional flame detector channel designator is selectable.
ADA also introduced the Flame Detector to react to ultraviolet rays given off by flames, and which sounds an alarm more quickly than a smoke detector, O'Connell said.