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Dräger Flame 1300

Reliable detection of flames and high immunity against false alarms: The Dräger Flame 1300 is an explosion-proof infrared flame detector, by the use of which fires of organic substances such as hydrocarbon fuels can be detected. Due to different connection possibilities, the detector can be used in a very wide range of applications.

Easy to install

 

​The detector is very easy to install using a mounting bracket of stainless steel. The swiveling mounting bracket ensures that the device is always optimally aimed towards potential sources of fire. Angle scales simplify the attachment of the detector.

 

 

 

​Integrated self-test

The automatic self-test ensures that there are no errors of the electronics and optics. This self-check can also be activated manually.

 

Clearly visible status LED lights

 

​The device status is displayed by tricolor LED light at the front of the device so that the status of the device is always clearly visible for persons working close to it. Green means normal operating conditions, the yellow LED indicates a fault and the red LED turns on if flames are detected.

 

 

 

​Flexible connection possibilities

The standard equipment of the detector includes three relays and a 4-20 mA output.

 

Electrically isolated 4-20 mA output as standard

 

​The device can be operated either as 4-wire detector with a separate supply voltage or as 3-wire detector, if no electrical isolation is required.

 

 

 

Worldwide approval

 

​The Dräger Flame 1300 complies with the technical aptitude test according to FM 3260, in addition, has been granted the following approvals: ATEX, IEC Ex and CSA. Therefore, the device can be employed and used in a great number of countries.

Literature

Brochure: More than the sum of their components (PDF)

For over 70 years, Dräger has been one of the technology leaders in gas detection.

Brochure: Explosion protection and gas detection systems (PDF)

Explosion hazards mostly arise from flammable gases and vapours. Instead of avoiding their ignition by explosion protection measures it may be preferable to detect them before they become ignitable.

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