The 9507 All Fuel Scanner is used in conjunction with Fireye Flame Safeguard Controllers to provide continuous monitoring of burner flames in industrial and utility boilers and furnaces. The scanner view the burner flame through a one inch inside diameter straight sight pipe.
The C9507 uses a UV sensor that responds to radiation in the range of 1850 to 2650 angstroms and an IR sensor that responds to radiation int he range of 5,000 to 10,000 angstroms, making it suitable for monitoring the flames of natural gas, no.2 oil, no.6 oil, pulverized coal and bard. The C9507 is a versatile flame scanner that is capable of sensing flames from a variety of burning fuels, eliminating the limitations of standard scanners that are more fuel specific.
The C9507 Scanner consists of sensors, a quarts lens, electronic circuitry for generating an absence of a flame.
The scanner chassis is mounted in a weatherproof cast aluminum enclosure made up of a base and a cover assembly. The cover assembly contains the working parts of the scanner, which includes the sensor and electronic circuitry to process the flame signals. The base casting has a one inch NPT (National Pipe Thread) tapping for mounting onto a threaded one inch API (American Petroleum Industry) straight pipe thread for free fitting mechanical joints) tapping for an electrical connector and a 3/4 inch NPT tapping for connecting a purge/cooling air line.
The base casting and cover casting fit together guided by two 5/16 inch diameter alignment pins and are secured with spring-loaded half-tun fasteners. A five contact spring-mounted plug electrically connects the base and cover assemblies. A silicone rubber gasket seals the scanner housing at the housing separation plane, assuring a weatherproof enclosure.