The XP95 Dual Infra-red (IR) Flame Detector is designed to protect areas where open flaming fires may be expected.
The XP95 Dual IR Flame Detector is sensitive to low-frequency, flickering infra-red radiation emitted by flames during combustion. Since it responds to flickering radiation the XP95 Dual IR Flame Detector can operate even if the lens is contaminated by a layer of oil, dust, water-vapour or ice.
The XP95 Dual IR Flame Detector is set to respond to low-frequency radiation at 1 to 15Hz (1 to 2.7µm) in order to detect all flickering flames, including those invisible to the naked eye, eg, those emitted by hydrogen fires.
The XP95 Dual IR Flame Detector has two IR sensors that respond to different IR wavelengths in order to discriminate between flames and spurious sources of radiation. False alarms due to such factors as flickering sunlight are avoided by a combination of filters and signal processing techniques.