model 660®
Ultraviolet flame detector
Features
Description
• Available in special high temperature version
(-40°C to +125°C)
The model 660 UV flame detector is designed to
detect unwanted fires, and output appropriate alarm
information. The model 660 senses ultraviolet radiation in
the appropriate wavelength for extremely fast fire detection.
The model 660 will sense both hydrocarbon and nonhydrocarbon fires, a technology which has has proven itself
over decades of reliable service.
• All inclusive three-year warranty on parts and labor
• Widest field of view in the industry (120°)
• Robust, weatherproof enclosure for indoor or outdoor
applications
• Self-contained, explosion-proof enclosure
The model 660 is available in two versions, one for standard
industrial applications where a maximum operating
temperature of 85°C is the norm, and a second which is
capable of operating at a maximum sustained temperature
of 125°C. This version is especially well suited for turbine
enclosure and high temperature industrial applications.
Both versions are available with an automatic self-test
function to monitor the detector’s ability to sense fires and
report a fault condition when impaired.
• Economical no-test version available
Specifications
• FM, CSA, and ATEX approved
• Improved, advanced through-the-lens diagnostic
self-test
• Long range detection
• Field configurable relays and sensitivity
• State-of-the-art microprocessor control
• High intensity, localized indication of fire or fault
Performance ratings
Responsive to hydrocarbon (gasoline, propane, methane,
alcohol, etc) and non-hydrocarbon (hydrogen, silane,
hydrazine, magnesium, etc) flames.
Third-party performance certified to detect saturating signal
source in 15 milliseconds, 1 square foot gasoline flame at 50
feet in 1 second. Horizontal performance envelope of 120°.
Environmental ratings
Rated:
Class I, Division 1, Groups B, C &D (explosion proof)
Class II, Division 1, Groups E, F & G (dust ignition proof)
NEMA 4X weatherproof, dust-tight, watertight
II 2 G/D
CE0081
Ex d IIB + H2 100°C (T5) for gas on 660-0XXXX
Ex tD A21 IP66 T100°C for dust on 660-0XXXX
Ex d IIB + H2 135°C (T4) for gas on 660-1XXXX
Ex tD A21 IP66 T135°C for dust on 660-1XXXX
Standard housing is copper-free aluminium conversion
coated to MIL-C-5541C, Class 3 (white). Optional stainless
steel housing available with passive finish per MIL-5-5002C,
Type 1.
Standard operating temperature range: -40° to +85°C (-40°
to +°185F).
Special high temperature version: -40° to +125°C (-40° to
+°257F).
Typical applications: turbine enclosures, generator rooms, munitions
facilities, battery rooms, and gas cabinets.
Spectral response
Ultraviolet peak sensitivity of 220 µm.
model 660
Ultraviolet flame detector
Specifications (continued)
Odering information
Detector inputs
Inputs
• nominal voltage
• range
Type
24 VDC (ripple voltage <240mV)
20 to 30 VDC
Power consumption
• standby
• alarm
• auto and manual test
90 mA
110 mA
250 mA
Detector outputs
Relay
• relays (2)
fire, trouble, dry contacts, hermetically
sealed
• rated
2 A at 28 VDC. User selects NO or NC
• fire relay
user selects latching or non-latching
Current loop (standard version) 0 to 20 mA output
• 20 mA = fire
• 4 mA = ready
• 0 mA = 20
Programmable RS-485 serial output
Mechanical considerations
Weight
5 lb (aluminum)
13 lb (stainless steel)
Height x width
4.90 in x 5.50 in
Conduit entry
3/4-14 NPTF or M20-1.5
Optional accessories
Swivel mount
No 4651027 (aircraft aluminum with
SST locking devices)
No 70991 (all stainless steel)
Portable test unit
No 43808-2
Air shield assy kit
No 8001023
To order, please specify
Designation
model 660
Ultraviolet flame detector
Or
dering number
Ordering
Fir
e type
Fire
0 Industrial temperature fire detector
1 High temperature fire detector
Housing mat
erial/c
onduit entry
material/c
erial/conduit
0 aluminum, 3/4-14 NPT (white)
2 stainless steel, 3/4-14 NPT
3 aluminum, M20-1.5 (white)
5 stainless steel, M20-1.5
Tes
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0 no self-test
1 auto self-test
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Fire
onfiguration
Agency appr
ovals
appro
Factory Mutual (FM)
ATEX
Canadian Standards Association (CSA)
California State Fire Marshall (CSFM)
660 - X X X O O
model 760
Multi-spectrum infrared flame detector
Features
Description
• Patented Fire Event Analysis (FEA) algorithm for
superior false-alarm immunity
The Model 760 multi-spectrum infrared flame
detector is designed to detect unwanted fires, and output
appropriate alarm information. In a breakthrough technological advance, the model 760 senses infrared radiation in
five discreet infrared (IR5) wavelengths for early fire detection for maximum protection of people, machinery, and
facilities. The model 760 utilizes the patented Omniguard
Fire Event Algorithm for superior false alarm immunity.
• Five year warranty
• Wide field of view (90°)
• FM, CSA, and ATEX approved
• User selectable sensitivies
• Advanced through-the-lens diagnostic self-test
(no external teset source required)
• Long range detection
• Self-contained, explosion-proof enclosure
The multi-spectrum sensor information, combined with the
sophisticated algorithm, enables the model 760 the ability to
detect both hydrocarbon and certain non-hydrocarbon
fueled fires. The model 760 also features an automatic self
test function to monitor the detector’s ability to sense fires
and report a fault condition when impaired. The self test
feature also eliminates the need for any external test fixtures.
• Field configurable relays and sensitivity
Specifications
• State-of-the-art microprocessor control
Performance ratings
Responsive to hydrocarbon and non-hydrocarbon flames.
• High intensity, localized indication of proper operation,
fire or fault
Third-party performance certified to detect:
Normal sensitivity
• 1 square foot gasoline fire at 75 feet in <1 second
• 1 square foot n-Heptane fire at 75 feet in <1 second
• 0.75 inch diameter orifice with a flow rate of 1.5 SCFM
hydrogen plume at 50 feet in <1 second
Enhanced sensitivity
• 1 square foot gasoline fire at 100 feet in <1 second
• 1 square foot n-Heptane fire at 100 feet in <1 second
Long distance sensitivity
• 1 square foot gasoline fire at 200 feet in <1 second
• 1 square foot n-Heptane fire at 200 feet in <1 second
• 4 square foot JP-5 fire at 200 ft in <5 seconds
Environmental ratings
Rated:
Class I, Division 1, Groups B, C &D (explosion proof)
Class II, Division 1, Groups E, F & G (dust ignition proof)
NEMA 4X weatherproof, dust-tight, watertight
CE0081
II 2 G/D
Ex d IIB+H2 T5 100°C (T5) for gas
Ex tD A21 IP66 T100°C for dust
Typical applications: turbine enclosures, generator rooms, munitions
facilities, battery rooms, and gas cabinets.
Standard housing is copper-free aluminium conversion
coated to MIL-C-5541C, Class 3 (white). Optional stainless
steel housing available with passive finish per MIL-5-5002C,
Type 1.
model 760
Multi-spectrum infrared flame detector
Specifications (continued)
Standard operating temperature range:
-40° to +85°C (-40° to +°185F)
Spectral response
Infrared peak sensitivities of 2.2 µm, 2.9 µm, 3.7 µm, 4.4 µm,
and 5.8 µm.
Detector inputs
Inputs
• nominal voltage
• range
24 VDC (ripple voltage <240mV)
20 to 30 VDC
Power consumption
• standby
• alarm
• auto and manual test
80 mA
100 mA
160 mA
Detector outputs
Relay
• relays (2)
fire, trouble, dry contacts, hermetically
sealed
• rated
2 A at 28 VDC. User selects NO or NC
• fire relay
user selects latching or non-latching
Current loop (standard version): 0 to 20 mA output
• 20 mA = fire
• 16 mA = warning fire IR
• 5 mA = warning ref IR
• 3 mA = fire relay coil fault
• 2 mA = calibration not complete
• 1 mA = self-test fault
• 0 mA = current loop fault
• 4 mA = normal
MODBUS RS-485 serial I/O
Mechanical considerations
Weight
5 lb (aluminium)
13 lb (stainless steel)
Height x width
4.80 in x 5.50 in
Conduit entry
3/4-14 NPTF or M20-1.5
Optional accessories
Swivel mount
No 4651027 (aircraft aluminium with
SST locking devices)
No 70991 (all stainless steel)
Odering information
To order, please specify
T
ype
Type
Designation
model 760
Multi-spectrum infrared flame detector
Or
dering number
Ordering
Fir
e type
Fire
0 Hydrocarbon/non-hydrocarbon
Housing mat
erial/c
onduit entry
material/c
erial/conduit
0 aluminium, 3/4-14 NPT (white)
2 stainless steel, 3/4-14 NPT
3 aluminium, M20-1.5 (white)
5 stainless steel, M20-1.5
Tes
eatur
e
estt ffeatur
eature
1 auto self-test
Fir
e rrelay
elay cconfigur
onfigur
ation
Fire
onfiguration
Agency appr
ovals
appro
Factory Mutual (FM)
ATEX
Canadian Standards Association (CSA)
760 - X X X O O
model 860
Ultraviolet-infrared flame detector
Features
Description
• Patented Fire Event Analysis (FEA) algorithm for
superior false-alarm immunity
The model 860 UV/IR flame detector is designed
to detect unwanted fires, and output appropriate alarm
information. The model 860 senses ultraviolet radiation and
infrared radiation in the appropriate wavelengths for very
early fire detection. And, using the patented Fire Event
Analysis algorithm, is also able to distinguish between real
fire and non-fire events providing superior false alarm
immunity. The technology has proven itself over decades of
reliable service.
• All inclusive three-year warranty on parts and labor
• Widest field of view in the industry (120°)
• Robust weatherproof enclosure for indoor or outdoor
applications
• FM, CSA, and ATEX approved
• User selectable sensitivies
• Improved, advanced through-the-lens diagnostic
self-test
• Long range detection
• Self-contained, explosion-proof enclosure
• Economical no-test version available
• Field configurable relays and sensitivity
• State-of-the-art microprocessor control with
proprietary fire library
• High intensity, localized indication of fire or fault
The model 860 is available in two versions, one for hydrocarbon fires only, and one for hydrocarbon and certain nonhydrocarbon fires. This dual capability provides the unique
capability of providing fire detection for a broad range of
fuels with a single unit. Both versions are available with an
automatic self-test function to monitor the detector’s ability
to sense fires, and report a fault condition when impaired.
Specifications
Performance ratings
Responsive to hydrocarbon (gasoline, propane, methane,
alcohol, JP-4, JP-3, etc). also responsive to non-hydrocarbon (hydrogen, silane, hydrazine, etc) flames when special
dual-pass IR sensor is used.
Third-party performance certified to detect:
• Saturating signal source in 50 milliseconds
• 1 square foot gasoline fire at 50 feet in 1 second
• 4 square foot aviation fuel fire at 100 feet in 5 seconds or less
• 100 square foot aviation fuel fire at 150 feet in 5 seconds
or less
• Methane plume flame at 35 feet in 1 second
Additional performance with dual-pass infrared sensor:
• Silane plume flame 24 inches at 35 feet in 60 milliseconds
• Hydrogen plume flame 20 inches at 35 feet in 3 seconds
• Hydrazine 8 inch pool fire at 80 feet in 9.4 seconds
Environmental ratings
Rated:
Class I, Division 1, Groups B, C &D (explosion proof)
Class II, Division 1, Groups E, F & G (dust ignition proof)
NEMA 4X weatherproof, dust-tight, watertight
II 2 G/D
CE0081
Ex d IIB + H2 100°C (T5) for gas
Ex tD A21 IP66 T100°C for dust
Typical applications: aircraft hangars, fuel transfer stations,
compressor stations, silane storage bunkers, paint spray booths, and
gas cabinets.
Standard housing is copper-free aluminium conversion
coated to MIL-C-5541C, Class 3 (white). Optional stainless
steel housing available with passive finish per MIL-5-5002C,
Type 1.
model 860
Ultraviolet-infrared flame detector
Specifications (continued)
Standard operating temperature range:
-40° to +85°C (-40° to +°185F)
Spectral response
Ultraviolet
• Peak sensitivities of 220 µm
Infrared
• Standard: peak sensitivities of 4.4 µm
• Dual pass: peak sensitivities of 2.9 µm and 4.4 µm
Detector inputs
Inputs
• nominal voltage
• range
24 VDC (ripple voltage <240mV)
20 to 30 VDC
Power consumption
• standby
• alarm
• auto and manual test
90 mA
110 mA
250 mA
Detector outputs
Relay
• relays (2)
fire, trouble, dry contacts, hermetically
sealed
• rated
2 A at 28 VDC. User selects NO or NC
• fire relay
user selects latching or non-latching
Current loop (standard version): 0 to 20 mA output
• 20 mA = fire
• 16 mA = UV or IR presence
• 4 mA = ready
• 0 mA = 20
Programmable RS-485 serial output.
Mechanical considerations
Weight
5 lb (aluminium)
13 lb (stainless steel)
Height x width
4.90 in x 5.50 in
Conduit entry
3/4-14 NPTF or M20-1.5
Optional accessories
Swivel mount
No 4651027 (aircraft aluminium with
SST locking devices)
No 70991 (all stainless steel)
Portable test unit
Model 540
Air shield assembly kit
No 8001023
Odering information
To order, please specify
T
ype
Typ
Designation
model 860
Ultraviolet-infrared flame detector
Or
dering number
Ordering
Fir
e type
Fire
0 Hydrocarbon
1 Hydrocarbon/non-hydrocarbon
Housing mat
erial/c
onduit entry
material/c
erial/conduit
0 aluminium, 3/4-14 NPT (white)
2 stainless steel, 3/4-14 NPT
3 aluminium, M20-1.5 (white)
5 stainless steel, M20-1.5
Tes
eatur
e
estt ffeatur
eature
0 no self-test
1 auto self-test
Fir
e rrelay
elay cconfigur
onfigur
ation
Fire
onfiguration
Agency appr
ovals
appro
Factory Mutual (FM)
ATEX
Canadian Standards Association (CSA)
California State Fire Marshall (CSFM)
860 - X X X O O