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FlameGard® 5 MSIR Flame Detector

MSA’s FlameGard® 5 MSIR Detector is an advanced multi-spectrum flame detector designed to provide superior false alarm immunity with the widest field of view. The detector employs a state-of-the-art multi-spectrum infrared (MSIR) sensor array with a sophisticated Neural Network Technology (NNT) system.


Approvals and standards


CSA, FM, ULC, ATEX, IECEx & CE marking HART registered SIL 3 suitable FM certified to IEC 61508

USA Approvals
FM – 110311_FM_3041816_3041816
Canadian Approvals
CSA – 110810_CSA_2385571_2447891
cUL – 110721_UIAZC.E343624
European Union
CE Declaration of Conformity – DoC_FlameGard5MSIR_120328
SIRA – Sira10ATEX1363_02
International
Australia (IECEx) – IECExSIR10.0191_00
China (CCCF) – 140328_CCCF_2014081801000228
Russia (Gost) – 140428_GOST_05.B00512_EAC_Ex_RU
Russia (Permit For Use) – 120412_ROSTEKHNADZOR_RUS_PfU
Other
SIL – 110100_3041816-FlameGard 5 MSIR


Applications


Flame Detection


Features and benefits


Multi-Spectrum IR (MSIR) sensor array provides increased range and a wide field of view
Neural Network Technology (NNT) combination is highly immune to false alarms caused by lightning, arc-welding, hot objects, and other sources of radiation.
Continuous Optical Path Monitoring (COPM) checks the optical path integrity and the detector’s electronic circuitry
Designed to detect typical fires such as those produced by alcohol, n-heptane, gasoline, jet fuels and hydrocarbons, the FlameGard 5 MSIR Detector can see through dense smoke produced by diesel, rubber, plastics, lube oil, and crude oil fires.
The FlameGard 5 MSIR Detector is housed in a stainless steel explosion-proof enclosure to provide operational integrity in the harshest environments.
Multiple communication outputs provide versatility for use in a variety of applications
The serial communication port(s) allows 128 units (247 using repeaters) to be linked up to a host computer using the Modbus RTU protocol.


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