The Fireye EP380, EP381, EP382, EP383, EP390 Programmer Modules are used with the FIREYE FLAME-MONITOR Burner Management Control System (P/N E110). Several operational characteristics are determined by six (6) dipswitches located on the side of the programmer. These characteristics include recycle or non-recycle operation when the running interlock circuit (3-P) is opened during the firing cycle (dipswitch 1), intermittent or interrupted operation of terminal 6 (dipswitch 2), extended purge timing, (dipswitches 3, 4, 5), and the option that requires the 3-P running interlock circuit to be proven open at the start of the operating cycle (dipswitch 6).
Model EP383 characteristics are programmed via the ED510 display module, rather than by dipswitch.
The EP380, EP381, EP382, EP383, and EP390 programmers provide start-up programming, safestart check, and flame monitoring supervision. They insure proof of low fire position, and fuel valve end switch safety checks. The control is designed to initiate a safety lockout if any of these circuits are open at the improper point in the control cycle. A running interlock circuit on the Flame-Monitor system constantly monitors the limit switches, air flow switches, and fuel pressure switches through the programmer. A modulator (firing rate motor) circuit is not provided on these Programmer Modules.
The programmer module will de-energize all fuel valve circuits within four (4) seconds (max.) following a flame failure or at the end of the pilot trial for ignition period if no flame is detected. An alarm circuit will be energized following a safety lockout.
The programmer module includes an RJ45 style connector to interface with an integral or remote alpha-numeric display (P/N ED510). It is also backward compatible with the ED5001 display. It includes two (2) additional RJ style connectors to connect to an E500 Communication Interface in a multi-drop configuration. The programmer will also communicate with the E500 via the standard ED550 cables to provide backward compatibility.
The programmer is the heart of the FLAME-MONITOR System and features a plug-in design for ease of installation. It is micro-processor based and stores the burner cycles, burner hours, system hours, and lockout history (with burner cycle and burner hour time stamp) which are accessible via the ED510 alpha-numeric display, E500 Communication Interface or Modbus communications. If replaced, the new programmer card will begin accumulating a new history