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Fireye flame safeguard controls are compact, modular burner control management systems designed to provide automatic ignition and continuous flame monitoring for commercial-sized heating and process burners firing any type of
fuel. We’ve worked with our partners at Fireye to simplify the selection process, so you can pick the modules you need
for your application, and be sure you have all the elements necessary for a complete burner management system.
With the increased focus on emissions control and combustion safety, we’ve expanded our line of portable emissions and
stack gas oxygen analyzers. If you’re looking for an analyzer we don’t carry, our partners at RAECO can help you out.
Due to manufacturer agreements, not all products are available in all geographic areas and markets.
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Natural Gas BTU Analyzer
COSA HGC-303 BTU Gas Chromatograph for Natural Gas Analysis
COSA 704 Portable Combustion Efficiency Analyzer
COSA 1600-GL/2000 Handheld Emissions Analyzers
COSA Zircomat In-Situ Stack Gas Oxygen Analyzer
Testo 350 Portable Emissions Analyzer for Boiler Control
TSI CA-Calc 6200 Portable Combustion Analyzer for NOx and SO2
Solids
Flow
and
Motion
Rotary
and
Electric
Actuator Motors
Combustion Efficiency Analyzers
Accessories
Fireye Mounting Adapters for Honeywell Flame Safeguard Systems
Prices in this catalog are current at the publication date, and are subject to change without notice.
Typical Single Burner Furnace with Flame Safety System
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Manual shutoff cock
Gas pressure regulator
Low pressure interlock
Motorized gas valve manual reset
Control valve operator
High gas pressure interlock
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
Test cock
Pilot gas cock
Pilot pressure regulator
Pilot solenoid valve
Gas pilot burner assembly
Solid-state ignition transformer
Flame detector
Primary control relay mount base
High limit safety shutdown
Thermocouple leadwire
Thermocouple sensor
Burner valve controller
Main gas valve automatic operator
Normally open vent valve
Combustion Safety and Efficiency
$1017
$2000
$677
$325
$1650
Wireless Instruments
and Communications
Fireye 65UV5 Integrated Flame Scanner with Internal Flame Relay
Fireye BurnerLogix Integrated Burner Management System
Fireye Flame Monitor Burner Control System
Fireye MicroM Flame Safeguard Burner Control System
Fireye Industrial MB Multi-Burner Flame Safeguard System
Solids Flow and Motion
Burner Control Systems
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CONTROLS
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Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, and SW Michigan
Phone: 800-953-7626 • 630-595-8400
Fax: 630-595-2386
Lesman Instrument Company
www.lesman.com
[email protected]
Wisconsin, and Upper Peninsula Michigan
Phone: 800-837-1700 • 262-923-1790
Fax: 262-923-1797
MicroM Flame Safeguard Burner Control System
Model Selection Guide
Flow Measurement Instruments
Solids Flow and Motion
Rotary and Electric Actuator Motors
Combustion Safety and Efficiency
MicroM Flame Safeguard controls are compact, modular burn
management systems designed to provide automatic ignition and
continuous flame monitoring for commercial-sized heating and
process burners firing any type of fuel.
The MicroM incorporates remote reset capability and serial
communications via MODBUS. The optional ED510 display can be
used to access burner hours and cycles, system hours, the last 6
lockouts with burner cycle time stamp and programmer configuration. MODBUS communications capability allows the integration
of the MicroM control into upper level energy management/data
acquisition systems.
A complete MicroM system consists of the appropriate flame
scanner/detector, plug-in amplifier, and programmer modules connected to a chassis and wiring base. Interchangeable programmer
and amplifier modules allow versatility in selecting control function,
timing, and flame scanning method.
All amplifiers are available with flame failure response times of
0.8 or 3 seconds nominal (4 seconds max), and each provide a set
of test jacks with a range of 0-10VDC for the measurement of flame
signal intensity.
Smart LED indicators on all programmer modules indicate the
current operating status of the control, and during a safety lockout,
display the fault as a coded sequence, simplifying troubleshooting
during a shutdown. A run-check switch is provided on the MEP500
series programmers to assist in testing size, position, and stability of
the pilot. A safety checking circuit runs on each start. If flame (real
or simulated) is detected prior to a start or during purge, the fuel
valves will not be energized and the control will lock out.
Catalog
Avail-
Component Description
Number ability Price
120VAC Input , Standard Board
MEC120
• • • • $332.00
Chassis
120 VAC Input with Remote Reset
Capability, Interface to Alphanu-
meric Display, Communications,
Modbus Capability
MEC120RC • • • • 483.00
Programmer Relight Operation, 10 Sec. PTFI
MEP100
• • • • 148.00
Selectable Purge Timing, PTFI
Timing, Recycle/Non-Recycle, Post Purge, Prove Air Open at Start
MEP230
• • • • 358.00
Selectable Purge Timing to 60 Min.
MEP536
• • • • 449.00
Non Self-Checking Scanner, 3 Ft.
Flexible Cable, 1/2” NPT Connector
UV1A3
↓ 157.00
Non Self-Checking Scanner, 6 Ft.
Flexible Cable, 1/2" NPT Connector
UV1A6
↓ 185.00
Flame Infrared Scanner, 8 Ft Shielded Scanners
Cable with 90° Head
48PT2-9003 ↓ 247.00
Ultraviolet Self-Checking Scanner,
120 VAC Shutter, 1" NPT Threads
45UV5-1009 ↓ 1346.00
Flame Rod for Gas Flames, 12"
Length, 1/2" NPT Connection
69ND1-1000K4 ↓ 104.00
UV Amplifier, 0.8 Sec Flame Failure
Response Rate (FFRT)
MEUV1
• 72.80
UV Amplifier, 3 Sec FFRT
MEUV4
• 72.80
Infrared Amplifier, 0.8 Sec FFRT
MEIR1
• 146.00
Amplifier Infrared Amplifier, 3 Sec FFRT
MEIR4
• 146.00
Modules
UV Self-Check Amplifier, 0.8 Sec FFRT
MEUVS1
• 157.00
UV Self-Check Amplifier, 3 Sec FFRT
MEUVS4
• 157.00
Flame Rod/Photocell Amplifier, 0.8 Sec FFRT
MERT1
• 72.80
Flame Rod/Photocell Amplifier, 3 Sec FFRT
MERT4
• 72.80
Wiring Closed Wiring Base, Surface Mount
61-3060
• • • • 62.00
Base
Open Wiring Base, Cabinet Mount
61-5042
• • • • 65.90
Add functionality to your existing MicroM chassis*.
Standard Local Reset Switch
MED1
• • • • 34.40
Standard Local Reset Switch with Display Output
MED2
• • • • 57.20
Standard Local Reset Switch with Remote Reset
MED3
• • • • 80.10
Option Standard Local Reset Switch Boards
with Communications
MED7
• • • • 126.00
Standard Local Reset Switch, Display Output, and Remote Reset
MED4
• • • • 115.00
Standard Local Reset Switch with Display Output, Communications
MED5
• • • • 139.00
Standard Local Reset Switch with Display Output, Remote Reset, and Communications
MED6
• • • • 172.00
*MicroM chassis model MEC120RC includes all these options.
MicroM Subbase Mounting Adapters
Wireless Instruments
and Communications
The MicroM can fit directly onto your existing Honeywell Flame Safeguard
mounting subbase with the addition of a single mounting adapter. No need to
do any rewiring or expensive re-engineering for retrofits.
To replace the Honeywell RA890 with the Fireye M-Series,use the MM-1 adapter.
To replace the Honeywell R4795 with a Fireye M-Series, use the MM-2.
Model Selection Guide
Description
MM-1 Mounting Adapter to Retrofit to RA890 Systems
MM-2 Mounting Adapter to Retrofit to R4795 Systems
Catalog
Number
60-1764
60-1765
Price
$92.90
92.90
Features
• Keypad-configurable parameters — no dip switches to set!
• Smart LEDs provide status and lockout codes — and provide
operation without the need for the optional display
• Alphanumeric display provides clear, concise messaging
• Valve proof-of-closure during standby, startup, and shutdown
• Modbus communications built in — adjustable baud rates allow
for easy adaptation to burner control system
• Open wiring base with terminal block allows testing with control installed; pigtail wiring base has color-coded and labeled
leadwires
• 4-20 mA test jack signal
• New design with smaller footprint saves cabinet space
BurnerLogix
Model Selection Guide
The Fireye Burner Logix System provides the proper burner sequencing, ignition and flame monitoring protection on automatically ignited
oil, gas, and combination fuel burners. In conjunction with limit and
operating controls, it programs the burner/blower motor, ignition and
fuel valves to provide for proper and safe burner operation.
A complete BurnerLogix system includes the YB110 chassis equipped
with a flame amplifier, appropriate flame detector, plug-in programmer
module, wiring base and optional alphanumeric display. The chassis/
flame amplifier module comes complete with mounting screws and
blank display module.
Interchangeable programmer modules allow for complete versatility
in selection of control function, timing, and flame scanning means. The
programming module determines functions like pre-purge time, recycling or non-recycling interlocks, high fire proving interlock, and trial for
ignition timing of the pilot and main flame.
The BurnerLogix system can be used with ultraviolet, auto-check infrared, flame rod, self-check ultraviolet flame scanners, or direct coupled
by choosing the proper chassis/flame amplifier module.
BurnerLogix’ operational characteristics are
determined by the selection of the programmer
module (e.g. modulation, recycle, non-recycle,
fixed firing, flame failure response time, etc.). The
programmer module incorporates a plug-in design
for easy installation.
Wiring bases for the BurnerLogix control are
available pre-wired with 4 foot lead wires color
coded and marked for easy installation or with an integral terminal block
capable of accepting up to 2X 14 AWG wires. The wiring base terminal
block is available with knockouts for conduit, or open ended for cabinet
mounting.
Catalog
Description
Number
Price
Step 1: Select Your BurnerLogix Chassis/Amplifier Module
120 VAC 50/60 Hz, with UV non-self-check amplifier
YB110UV $1023.00
120 VAC 50/60 Hz, with UV self-check amplifier
YB110UVSC 1262.00
120 VAC 50/60 Hz, with IR auto-check amplifier
YB110IR
1192.00
120 VAC 50/60 Hz, with flame rectification amplifier
YB110FR
1017.00
120 VAC 50/60 Hz, with direct-coupled amplifier, for
use with Phoenix and Insight scanners
YB110DC
1192.00
Step 2: Select Your BurnerLogix Programmer Module
Keypad-selectable parameters, non-recycle operation,
modulation, open damper proving, 4 second FFRT
YP100
905.00
Keypad-selectable parameters, non-recycle operation,
modulation, open damper proving, 2 second FFRT
YP102
905.00
Keypad-selectable parameters, non-recycle operation,
fixed TFI times, pilot proving, modulation, open
damper proving, 1 second FFRT
YP113
905.00
Keypad-selectable parameters, non-recycle operation,
modulation, open damper proving, indefinite pilot
hold, revert to pilot from auto, 4 second FFRT
YP138
905.00
Keypad-selectable parameters, recycle operation, modulation, 4 second FFRT
YP200
699.00
Keypad-selectable parameters, recycle operation, modulation, 2 second FFRT
YP202
699.00
Keypad-selectable parameters, recycle operation, low
fire start, early spark termination, 4 second FFRT
YP300
525.00
Keypad-selectable parameters, recycle operation, low
fire start, early spark termination, 4 second FFRT
YP302
525.00
Step 3: Add an Optional BurnerLogix Display Module
Vacuum fluorescent display (VFD), Good -40° to 140°F
BLV512
520.00
Liquid crystal display (LCD), Good -4° to 140°F
BLL510
520.00
NEMA 4 remote mount kit for display, 4 foot cable
129-178-4
56.00
NEMA 4 remote mount kit for display, 8 foot cable
129-178-8
61.00
Step 4: Select a Wiring Base
4” x 5”, 4 foot pigtail wires, color coded and labeled
60-2810-1
93.20
4” x 7” closed base with terminal block and knockouts 60-2812-1
93.20
4” x 7” open base with terminal block
60-2814-1
93.20
Step 5: Add an Optional Expansion Module
Expansion module for first-out annunciation
YZ300
996.00
Step 6: Select a Flame Scanner
Non Self-Checking Scanner, 3 Ft. Flexible Cable
UV1A3
157.00
185.00
Non Self-Checking Scanner, 6 Ft. Flexible Cable
UV1A6
Infrared Scanner, 8 Ft Shielded Cable with 90° Head
48PT2-9003
247.00
Ultraviolet Self-Checking Scanner 120 VAC Shutter
45UV5-1009 1346.00
12" Flame Rod for Gas Flames, 1/2" NPT Connection 69ND1-1000K4 104.00
Display Modules
The BurnerLogix system offers
vacuum fluorescent (VFD) and liquid crystal (LCD) displays that can
be either plugged in or mounted
remotely to give full language
descriptors of current status and diagnostic lockout information.
Both displays contain a fully functional keypad so you can easily scroll
through the various menus to view the current operating status, and
review programmer configuration and lockout history.
Remote mounted displays meet NEMA 4X requirements.
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Solids Flow and Motion
BURNER
CONTROLS
Solids
Flow
and
Motion
Rotary
and
Electric
Actuator Motors
Wisconsin, and Upper Peninsula Michigan
Phone: 800-837-1700 • 262-923-1790
Fax: 262-923-1797
Combustion Safety and Efficiency
www.lesman.com
[email protected]
Wireless Instruments
and Communications
Lesman Instrument Company
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Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, and SW Michigan
Phone: 800-953-7626 • 630-595-8400
Fax: 630-595-2386
BURNER
CONTROLS
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262
Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, and SW Michigan
Phone: 800-953-7626 • 630-595-8400
Fax: 630-595-2386
Lesman Instrument Company
www.lesman.com
[email protected]
Wisconsin, and Upper Peninsula Michigan
Phone: 800-837-1700 • 262-923-1790
Fax: 262-923-1797
Flame Monitor Series Burner Control System
Flow Measurement Instruments
Solids Flow and Motion
Flame-Monitor Series
Flame Scanners
The Flame-Monitor Series provides
the proper burner sequencing, ignition and flame monitoring protection
on automatically ignited oil, gas and
combination fuel burners.Inter­change­
able programmer and flame amplifier
modules allow complete versatility in
selecting control function. The flamemonitor control uses the same wiring
base as the Fireye D-Series and C-Series
Controls and is directly interchangeable
with most models with out rewiring.
The Flame-Monitor control can be
used with ultraviolet, AUTOCHECK® infrared, photocell, flame rod or selfcheck ultraviolet flame scanners. Special features include remote reset,
remote display, expanded annunciation of safety lockouts, programmability of safety interlock messages, and remote data communications
capability.
The complete Flame-Monitor control consists of a chassis, display
module, programmer, amplifier, scanner and a wiring base.
UV1A: Ultraviolet miniature non selfchecking scanners suitable for fuel gases
and no. 2 oil. Non-replaceable tube. Mounting collar 1/2” NPT.
48PT2: Lead sulfide scanner is designed to
detect low frequency IR signals from gas or oil
flames. Mounting collar is 1/2” NPT with straight
or 90° mounts. 8 ft. flexible conduit. Replaceable
sensor cell.
45UV5: Self-checking ultraviolet scanner for
continuously fired applications where recycling in infrequent or absent.The self-checking
circuit checks the electronics and the UV tube for
proper operation every 4 seconds during the firing
period.Suitable for fuel gases and oil.Replaceable UV
tube and shutter mechanism.Mounting 1”NPT.Must be
installed with metal shielding over the scanner leads.
EP Programmer Module
Rotary and Electric Actuator Motors
Combustion Safety and Efficiency
The Fireye EP Programmer Modules
provide start-up programming, safe
start check, and flame monitoring supervision. They ensure open damper
high fire purge interlock, proof of low
fire position and fuel valve end switch
safety checks.
A running interlock circuit constantly
monitors the limit switches, air flow
switches and fuel pressure switches
throughout the programmer. EP programmer modules will de-energize
all fuel valve circuits within 4 seconds following a flame failure or at the
end the pilot-trail-for-ignition period if no flame is detected.
The EP programmers provide a Check-Run switch to stop the control
in its firing sequence at any time (except MTFI) to aid in setup, start-up,
and check out of the burner and its associated interlocks.
EP programmers offer the following functions: an increase of purge
timing and air flow switch opened at the start of the operating cycle.
EP programmers include an RJ45 style connector to interface with the
ED510 display module. EP programmers store the burner cycle and ontime history, as well as lockout history (with burner cycle and burner
hour time stamp).
ED510 Display Module
Wireless Instruments
and Communications
• LCD backlit display with 2 lines of 16 characters each
• RJ style connector
• Mounts directly onto front face of programmers
• Continuous display of current burner
status, including first out annunciation
in the event of a lockout condition
• Remote display capability using DINsized opening and remote mounting kit.
• 3-key keypad provides historical data
from the burner, the last 6 lockout conditions (with burner cycle and burner
hour time stamp)
Flame Amplifier Module
Flame amplifier modules are used with the
appropriate flame scanner to provide flame
scanning capability. Fireye offers ultraviolet
amplifiers and flame rectification amplifiers
for use with flame rods, photocells and autocheck infrared amplifiers.
Self-checking ultraviolet scanners and
amplifiers should be used in applications
where burner firing operation is continuous
or where the burner is on for long periods of time without cycling.
Model Selection Guide
Catalog Avail-
Component Description
Number ability
Chassis 120VAC Chassis with Mounting Screws and Dust Cover
E110
• • • •
Program 30 Sec. Purge, 10/15 Sec. TFI, 4 Sec.
Module FFRT, Non-Recycle Modulation
EP160
• • • •
Display 2 Line x 16 Character LCD Display with Keypad
ED510
• • • •
Flame Non Self-Checking Scanner, 3 Ft.
Scanner Flexible Cable, 1/2” NPT Conn.
UV1A3
↓ Non Self-Checking Scanner, 6 Ft.
Flexible Cable, 1/2" NPT Conn.
UV1A6
↓ Infrared Scanner, 8 Ft Shielded Cable with 90° Head
48PT2-9003 ↓ Ultraviolet Self-Checking Scanner 120 VAC Shutter, 1" NPT Thread
45UV5-1009 ↓ 12" Flame Rod for Gas Flames, 1/2" NPT Connection
69ND1-1000K4 ↓
Standard Ultraviolet Amplifier
EUV1
• Amplifier Autocheck Infrared Amplifier
E1R1
• Module Self-Check Ultraviolet Amplifier
EUVS4
• Flame Rectification Amplifier
ERT1
•
Wiring Surface Mount
60-1386-2 • • • •
Base
Panel Mount
60-1466-2 • • • •
Price
$687.00
933.00
484.00
157.00
185.00
247.00
1346.00
104.00
366.00
541.00
613.00
360.00
101.00
101.00
Industrial MB Series Multi-Burner Flame Safeguard System
Modulation for Purge and
Low Fire Start Control
A single MBPF amplifier module handles UV,
UV Self-Check and Flame Rod scanners
Four
Auxiliary
Inputs
Valve Leak
Detection
Interface
LED indicator alert you to
process step and status
Up to four
burner
amplifiers
mounted on
MB-600
Optional
Expansion
Modules for
control of up
to 20 burners
Connects to
optional Remote
Display Module
The Fireye Multi-Burner Monitoring System controls the start-up
sequence and monitors the flame of up to 20 individual gas, oil or
combination gas/oil burners connected to a common valve train.
Dynamic on-board diagnostics check for faulty relays, proof of valve
closure, high and low fire switch interlocks, and shortened air switch.
The MB is even able to specifically identify which burner caused the
initial flame failure.
Plug-in flame sensor modules that can sense UV, UV self-check or
flame rod provide for easy replacement on an individual basis. Configuration and startup time is reduced through use of on-board DIP
switches, which also allow sequencing and timing functions.
The MB-600S chassis directly powers pilot and main gas valves and
ignition transformers. The built in blower output, purge timing and
modulation control, let you add independent limits and a controller
to create a complete combustion control system for furnace, oven or
other multi-burner applications.
UV7A4 UV Scanner
Specifications
Number of Burners: 20 max.
UV7R4
90° UV Scanner
Pilot Proving Time: 7 seconds
Purge Time: 0 sec to 60 min
Pilot Trial for Ignition: 5, 10 or 15 seconds
UV7SC
Self-Check
Flame Failure Response Time: 3 (±0.5) seconds
UV Scanner
Valve Operation: Simultaneous (all burners operate from one fuel train)
Supply Voltage: 120VAC, 50/60 Hz; Power Consumption: 25VA
Temperature Rating: -32° to 122°F (-36° to 50°C)
Contact Ratings: Fan Motor: 15 Amp Resistive; Others: 10 Amp Resistive
Model Selection Guide
Catalog
Description Number
Price
Step 1: Select a Chassis for your Multiburner Control System
120VAC 50/60Hz, Motherboard, Relay Board, Logic Module, and Power Module. 4 Auxiliary Inputs, Purge Modulation, Valve Leak Testing
MB-600S $1734.00
120VAC 50/60Hz, Motherboard with RS-232 Communications, Relay Board, Logic Chassis
Module, Power Module. 4 Auxiliary Inputs,
Purge Modulation, Valve Leak Testing
MB-632S 1866.00
120VAC 50/60Hz, Motherboard with RS-485 Communications, Relay Board, Logic
Module, Power Module. 4 Auxiliary Inputs,
Purge, Modulation, Valve Leak Testing
MB-685S 1866.00
Step 2: Select a Flame Sensor Module
Sensor
Plug-In Flame Sensor Module, UV/FR
Module
Plastic Case with Mounting Screws
MB-600PF
347.00
Step 3: For Systems with More than 4 Burners, Select Expansion Board Modules and Cables
Expansion Board for up to 4 Burners
MB-604E
310.00
Expansion Expansion Board for up to 8 Burners
MB-608E
625.00
Modules
6” Cable for Expansion Board
59-506-1
16.80
36” Cable for Expansion Board
59-506-3
29.50
Step 4: Select Optional Remote Display and Cable
Remote Display with Keypad
MB510
439.00
Display
6 Ft. Cable for Remote Display
59-507-6
23.10
10 Ft. Cable for Remote Display
59-507-10
34.70
Step 5: Select One Flame Scanner for Each Burner on Your System
1/2” NPT Straight UV Scanner, 4 Ft. Flex
Conduit, Insulated Nylon Coupling
UV7A4
177.00
1/2” NPT UV Scanner, NEMA 4, 4 Ft. Flex Scanners Conduit, Insulated Nylon Coupling
UV7A4W
236.00
and
1/2” NPT 90° UV Scanner, 6 Ft Shielded Cable UV7R4
145.00
Accessories 1” NPT Self-Check Scanner
UV7SC
951.00
10 Ft Cable for UV7SC Self-Check Scanner
59-504-010 147.00
Scanner Support, Max Temp 200°F
36-935
34.90
Magnifying Lens Assembly
46-185
88.80
Magnifying Lens
46-186
17.10
Non-Magnifying Lens
46-187
27.60
17.10
1/2” NPTF Insulated Nylon Coupling
35-319
Tip: If your system has between 4 and 8 burners, select 1 MB-604E module and a
connecting cable. If your system has between 9 and 13 burners, select 1 MB608E module and a connecting cable. For systems that have 14 to 20 burners,
you can mix MB-604E and MB-608E modules to fit.
65UV5 Integrated Flame Scanner with Internal Flame Relay
The 65UV5 flame scanner incorporates an internal single pole, single throw (normally open) flame
relay with a fixed on/off threshold to provide flame
on/flame off indication, eliminating the need for
an external flame amplifier.
The scanner uses an ultraviolet tube-type sensor, and electromechanical self-checking shutter
mechanism. The NEMA 4X/IP66 housing is suit-
able for use in Class I Division II, Group C and D
hazardous environments.
The Fireye 65UV5 flame scanner is powered by
24 VDC and includes an integral 10-foot four-conductor cable with cable gland. Two color-coded
internal LEDs indicate flame status (off/on) and
alarm condition. These can be viewed through
the removable rear access screw opening.
Model Selection Guide
Description
Integrated Flame Scanner, 1” NPT Mounting Flange, 4 Second Flame Failure Response Time
Catalog
Number
Price
65UV5-1000 $1299.00
Level Measurement Instruments
Burner Control Systems
Flow Measurement Instruments
263
Solids Flow and Motion
BURNER
CONTROLS
Solids
Flow
and
Motion
Rotary
and
Electric
Actuator Motors
Wisconsin, and Upper Peninsula Michigan
Phone: 800-837-1700 • 262-923-1790
Fax: 262-923-1797
Combustion Safety and Efficiency
www.lesman.com
[email protected]
Wireless Instruments
and Communications
Lesman Instrument Company
V 02.2007
Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, and SW Michigan
Phone: 800-953-7626 • 630-595-8400
Fax: 630-595-2386
STACK GAS
ANALYZER
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264
Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, and SW Michigan
Phone: 800-953-7626 • 630-595-8400
Fax: 630-595-2386
Lesman Instrument Company
www.lesman.com
[email protected]
Wisconsin, and Upper Peninsula Michigan
Phone: 800-837-1700 • 262-923-1790
Fax: 262-923-1797
Zircomat In-Situ Stack Gas Oxygen Analyzer
Zircomat
Flow Measurement Instruments
Solids Flow and Motion
Features
• Simple to install and maintain
• One detector fits all Zircomat probes
• Detector removes for easy cleaning
and repair; probe stays in place
• Calibrates automatically
• Field selectable ranges
• Selectable memory hold feature
• Hi-Lo and self-diagnostic alarms
• Interactive message panel
• Isolated 4-20 mA output signal
• Extractive sample cell available
Probe
Detector
Stack
Wall
Rotary and Electric Actuator Motors
Combustion Safety and Efficiency
Wireless Instruments
and Communications
More and more refineries and power plants are measuring excess oxygen to improve their energy efficiency and reduce fuel consumption. In most oxygen analyzers, the electronic sensor comes in direct contact
with the sample gas, so you have to remove the hot probe every time you
need to service the sample gas filter or the sensor. And, you need to stock
probe-length-specific spare parts inventory for these systems. The Cosa
Instrument Zircomat oxygen analyzers are much more user-friendly.
The Zircomat analyzer for flue gas oxygen measurement uses Zirconia
oxide sensor technology and comes in four configurations, each with
unique features to suit a wide variety of combustion control applications.
In the Zircomat system, the sample gas is deflected to the sensor. To
increase safety, the probe always stays in the stack. The small, hand-held
oxygen detector is quickly detachable for service. And, one detector fits
all Zircomat probes, any model any length!
The detector is the heart of all Zircomat systems. Small and easily detachable, the detector can be serviced without removing the probe from
the flue stack. You won’t need to shut down your plant just to remove
the probe. A replaceable sample gas diffuser on the end of the detector
provides sensor protection.
The electronic transmitter is mounted in a weatherproof enclosure and
receives the signals from the oxygen detector via a connecting cable. So,
the transmitter can be remote-mounted at a suitable distance from the
probe and detector assembly to suit the installation requirements.
The microprocessor-based transmitter has a large LED display for
oxygen concentration and a 4-20 mA isolated output signal proportional
to the user-selectable adjustable measuring range, 0-2% to 50% O2. It’s
simple to run a manual or automatic calibration check using known value
gases to flow a calibration gas through the detector’s calibration gas
port — without removing the detector from the process. Non-volatile
memories store the zero and span gas data between calibrations.
The Zircomat transmitter can monitor and analyze performance of up
to seven parameters online. Failure to meet any of these specifications
will activate alarm contact. An interactive message panel displays any
parameters outside the performance envelope. The self-cleaning probe
Stack Gas Out
Stack Gas In
feature is user-programmed from the keypad, and activates a solenoid
valve for blow-back probe cleaning. You can also use the interactive
panel to customize response time to process changes to suit existing
combustion control parameters.
Probe Choices
ZFK Standard Probe: Designed for oil or gas fired operations
with stack gas temperatures up to 1150°F. The probe
uses the natural pressure drop created from stack gas
ZTB
passing across the
probe tip to deflect
the sample gas past
ZFK-ST
the oxygen detector
for measure­ment. The
ZTA
detector detaches from the
probe for service without removing
the probe from the stack.
ZTB Self-Cleaning Probe: Designed for dirty applications
with sam­­ple gas temperatures up to 1150°F, this probe
uses plant air to clean the detector’s sample gas filter automatically
at program­mable time intervals and is recommended for coal and
black liquor fired boilers or incinerator projects with high fly ash.
The detector detaches from the probe for service without probe
removal.
ZTA High Temperature Probe: Used for sample gas temperatures up
to 2900°F. Available with self-cleaning function, this probe is suitable for waste incinerators, soaking pits, and glass furnace. A built-in
heater maintains the sample above the dewpoint during start-up
and cools the sample when the gas temperatures rise above its
setpoint. The detector detaches for service without probe removal.
ZFK-ST High Temperature Probe: Manufactured from ceramic, the
ZFK-ST can be used on applications burning oil or gas as a fuel with
stack gas temp­eratures up to 2200°F. The detector detaches from
the probe for service without removing the probe from the stack.
High-temp alloys can be supplied for special applications.
Wisconsin, and Upper Peninsula Michigan
Phone: 800-837-1700 • 262-923-1790
Fax: 262-923-1797
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Specifications
Probe Flange: ZTB/ZFK/ZFK-ST: 4” 150#RF; ZTA: 2.5” 150#RF
ZTA Probe: Low temperature alarm below 100°C, volt; free 1A 115V contact
closure
Sample Gas: Oxygen in flue gases
Sensor: Zirconia oxide
Measurement Range: 0-2%, Up to 50% 0.5% steps
Output Signal: 4-20 mA, linear isolated
Accuracy: ±2% of reading
Repeatability: ±0.5%
Response Time: Initial 0.1 sec./90% 7 sec
Power Supply: 115V 60Hz
Warm Up Time: Approximately 5 minutes
Cable: 20 ft. Sealtite flexible conduit, up to 1000 ft. optional
Selecting the Right Zircomat Analyzer System
Fuel Type
Gas or Oil
Gas or Oil
Coal, Oil, or Gas
Coal, Oil, or Gas
Sample Gas
Up to 1150°F
Up to 2200°F
Up to 2900°F
Up to 1150°F
Available
Probe Lengths
12, 20, 30, 40, 60, 80, 100, 120, 140
20, 40
20, 30, 40, 50
12, 20, 30, 40, 60, 80, 100, 120, 140
Applications
Utility/Industrial Power Boilers, Process Heaters, Marine
Boilers, Drying Furnaces,
Steam Gener­ators, Inert Gas
Generators
Process Heaters, Steam
Generators, Power Boilers
Use Model...
ZRM-ZFK
ZRM-ZFK-ST
Model Selection Guide
Soaking Pits, Blast Fur­naces,
Utility/Industrial Power
Coke Ovens, Incin­erators,
Boilers, Incinerators, Blast
Glass Furnaces, Boiler
Furnaces, Coke Ovens, Black
Fireboxes, Process Heaters,
Liquor Boilers
Reheat Furnaces
ZRM-ZTA
Please issue all orders to: Cosa Instruments,
c/o Lesman Instrument Company
Description
Catalog
Number
Availability
Price
Each
Zircomat Single Channel Stack Gas Oxygen Analyzer: Includes Detector, Probe, Transmitter, Connecting Cable, and User’s Manual
Zircomat-M with Standard Probe
Zircomat-M with High Temp. (to 2200°F) Probe
Zircomat-M with Self-Cleaning Probe
Zircomat-M with High Temp. (to 2900°F) Probe
Standard
Probe
Length
12" (Add Solenoid Valve for Use with ZTB)
20" (Add Solenoid Valve for Use with ZTA, ZTB)
40"
Probe
Location
Indoor, Range: 5%, 10%, 25%
Outdoor, Range: 5%, 10%, 25%
Options
ZRM-ZFK
ZRM-ZFK-ST
ZRM-ZTB
ZRM-ZTA
↓
↓
-12-
-20-
-40-
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•
•
• •
• ↓
$4860.00
5380.00
4990.00
↓ 7115.00
•
0.00
0.00
0.00
-N10-
-R10-
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•
• •
• •
•
•
0.00
106.00
None
RS485 Communications
Combustion Efficiency Calculation/Readout
N
C
E
•
•
•
• •
• •
• •
•
•
•
0.00
371.00
797.00
Cable
Length
20 Ft. Cable, Liquid-Tight Flexible Conduit
Extra (to Max. 1000 Ft., No Conduit)
20
XX
•
•
• •
• •
•
•
0.00
6.50/ft.
Optional
Access-
ories
None
Remote Calibration Gas Unit, NEMA 4X Encl.
Remote Gas Unit, ISA Z Serial Purge, CL1/Div2
N
R
RZ
•
•
•
• •
• •
• •
•
•
•
0.00
845.00
1095.00
ZRM-ZTB
Flow Measurement Instruments
Solids Flow and Motion
Material
ZFK, ZTB
0°-1150°F
12, 20, 30, 40, 60, 80, 100, 140
S/Steel
ZTA
0°-2900°F
20,30,40,60
S/Carbide
ZFK-ST
0°-2200°F
20,40
Mullite
Air Requirement: Self-Cleaning Probe: 15 SCFM, 40-120 PSI; ZTA Probe Sample
Loop: 10-20 SCFH
Solids
Flow
and
Motion
Rotary
and
Electric
Actuator Motors
Lengths (Inches)
Ambient Temperature: 0-130°F
Alarm Contacts: Failure in service, maintenance blow down
High/Low Alarms: Rated N/O volt free 2A 250V
Calibration: Manual or automatic
Output Signal Hold: Selectable, for self-cleaning or maintenance
Contact Outputs: Rain resistant
Contact Inputs: Autocal start/inhibit
Finish: Epoxy painted steel/SS
Mounting: Wall, panel, or 2” pipe mount
Options: Combustion efficiency, RS485 communication, remote calibration
unit with solenoids and flow meter; Hazardous area transmitter available
on request.
Optional Equipment/Accessories
Description
Catalog
Number
Solenoid Valve for ZTA, ZTB Probes
FJ-19010 $132.00
Transmitter Pipe Mounting Bracket
FJ-40001
85.00
Flame Arrestor for ZFK, ZTB Probes FJ-11000
Large Filter with Long Bolts/Gaskets FJ-30110
271.00
271.00
Oxygen Detector for Hazardous Areas (Class 1, Div 2, Group D)
Power Supply for Other Voltages
User’s Manual
Price
Each
FJ-06301 1345.00
FJ-19352
Installation Prints or Reproducible Drawings
Combustion Safety and Efficiency
Temperature
Transmitter
210.00
35.00
50.00
Custom Probe Lengths Available!
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1-800-953-7626
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Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, and SW Michigan
Phone: 800-953-7626 • 630-595-8400
Fax: 630-595-2386
Lesman Instrument Company
www.lesman.com
[email protected]
Wisconsin, and Upper Peninsula Michigan
Phone: 800-837-1700 • 262-923-1790
Fax: 262-923-1797
BTU Gas Chromatograph for Natural Gas Analysis
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cost savi
2% per month!
Flow Measurement Instruments
Features
• Compact, light weight design
• Field mountable at the pipeline
• No analyzer shelter required
• Analyzes 11 components in 300 seconds
• FM approved for use in Class 1, Div 1,
Groups C, D
•
•
•
•
Calculates 20 parameters
Optional digital and analog outputs
Meets ISO and GPA standards
Foundation Fieldbus and Modbus
communications
• Eliminates repairs in the field
Solids Flow and Motion
Cosa’s HGC-303 is the world’s smallest gas chromatograph for C6+ analysis of natural gas. It digitally
publishes 20 derived parameters, including calorific value, Wobbe index, specific gravity, compressibility,
ratio of heats, total of raw concentration, and more.
The HGC-303 packs the features, functionality, and performance of a full-sized chromatograph into
a 9.6” tall field transmitter. Intrinsic safety and weatherproof design allow installation at the pipeline
without the cost of additional sheltering.
The HGC-303 offers pre-engineered analysis and calculations for natural gas monitoring, eliminating
the need for any further programming and application work. All you need to do is hook up gas connections, power, and communications cables. The unit provides a full 11-component C6+ analysis on natural
gas with a 300-second cycle time and a repeatability of 0.05% heating value.
The HGC is designed to perform reliably in natural gas applications, ranging from remote wellheads
to gas processing plants, gas transmission and distribution points, and end users. The HGC’s small, lightweight design facilitates a simple swap-out of the entire analyzer in minutes, rather than requiring
cumbersome maintenance in the field.
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Combustion Safety and Efficiency
Specification
Process Conditions
Construction
Measurement: Gas chromatography, using thermal conductivity detector
Measured gas streams: Up to 4 streams
Analyzed components: 11; Analysis time: 300 sec.
Repeatability: ±0.05% of heat value
Auto-calibration: External solenoid valve and
contact required
Method: Chromatographic: ISO 6974, part 4; Heat
value calculation: GPA 2172
Output: 4-20mA, Modbus RTU, ASCII via RS-232,
485, 422, Foundation Fieldbus
Temperature: 14° to 122°F (-10° to 50°C)
Flow rate: 50±20 ml/min
Pressure: 7 to 70 psig at flowmeter inlet
Dust and mist: None
Moisture: 2000 ppm or less
Coexisting component limits: H2, He, O2, H2S
(dry) < 0.1 mol% each
Ambient humidity range: 0-95%RH
Carrier gas: 99.99% Helium (or better purity); Pressure: 60 psig ±7 psig; Flow rate: 25ml/min
Material: Body/Oven: NEMA 4X, IP 65 Cast aluminum; Wetted Parts: 304 Stainless steel, Polyamid;
Sensor: Platinum, Glass, Gold
Approvals: FM: Explosion proof Class I, Div 1,
Groups C-D, T4; Flameproof Class I, Zone 1 AEX d
IIB T4; Seal all conduits within 18 inches; CE mark:
Electromagnetic compatibility (89/336/EEC,
92/31/EEC, 93/68/EEC)
Power supply: 24 VDC ±15% 4A minimum
Power consumption: 5 - 50 VA at 50°C to -10°C
Valve actuation: Instrument air or helium gas
Dimensions (WDH): 3.9” x 4.5” x 9.6”
Monitoring the Calorific Value of Natural Gas
Wireless Instruments
and Communications
When natural gas was cheap and plentiful, gas companies installed mechanically driven flow meters to measure the amount of energy being purchased
from the gas company. These flowmeters measure the actual cubic feet of gas
going through the meter.Temperature and pressure changes were mechanically
compensated for in the flowmeter to get to what the industry calls standard
cubic feet (SCF).
As electronic equipment and computing power evolved, it became more
economically feasible to install flow monitoring instrumentation with accuracies of ±0.25%.
Better flow measurement should mean more accurate billing.
But, the missing variable in this calculation is still the natural gas’s actual
calorific value, the energy content of the gas, which can vary substantially and
cause billing errors (usually to the end user’s disadvantage).
Utility companies bill their customers based on the assumption that the delivered gas contains a fixed amount of British thermal units (BTUs) per volume.
However, tests have shown that BTUs can easily fluctuate by as much as ±2%.
Normally, utilities bill based on the highest BTU value that the pipeline companies deliver. Since the BTU value is fixed at the highest rate, overpayment is a
regular occurrence (and a revenue cow for utility companies).
Users regularly pay for more energy than they actually get.
With the HGC series BTU transmitters now available, realtime BTU measurement of natural gas is an affordable option for most companies. This actual
content measurement allows the end user to challenge the gas utilities on their
actual gas consumption.
Why haven’t companies installed GCs?
Until the advent of the HGC series BTU transmitter, most companies simply
would not spend the money on an expensive complicated BTU analyzer. The
initial cost of the equipment, high cost of installation, and continual cost of
maintaining the system overwhelmed the potential savings available.
The HGC-303 is a plug and play, zero-maintenance device that will measure
and report the energy content of the natural gas as reliably as the low tech
flowmeter that measures gas volume. The HGC-303 has a typical installation
cost of below $25,000 and practically zero cost of ownership.
The BTU output of the HGC-303 can be fed into a Pentium-based desktop
PC, plugged into an Excel spreadsheet, fed into a host computer, or interfaced
to existing flowmeters and flow computers to report the correct calorific value
purchased from the utility.
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Handheld Combustion and Emission Analyzers
Model 2000
Natural Gas, Light Oil #2, Heavy
Oil #6, Propane, Butane, Others
Natural Gas, Light Oil, Propane,
Butane, Coke Oven Gas, Blast
Furnace Gas, Coal, Wood Dry,
Manufactured Gas, Others
Measured
Values
Oxygen (O2)
Carbon Monoxide (CO)
Stack Temperature
Combustion Air Temperature
Stack Draft
Oxygen (O2)
Carbon Monoxide (CO)
Stack Temperature
Combustion Air Temperature
Stack Draft
Nitric Oxide (NO)
Calculated Values
Carbon Monoxide Undiluted
Carbon Dioxide
Excess Air
Dewpoint Efficiency
Losses
Carbon Monoxide Undiluted
Carbon Dioxide
Excess Air
Efficiency
Losses
Nitrogen Oxides (NOx)
Logging
50 or 250 Sample Points
300 or 3000 Sample Points
Special
Features
RS232 and Infrared Ports
RS232 and Infrared Ports
Auxiliary Input for Type K
Thermocouple, 0-10V or 4-20
mA Signals
Selectable Oxygen Reference
Digital Manometer
Picking the Right Oxygen Analyzer
To help you pick the right analyzer for your application,
members of the Lesman sales staff have completed Cosa Instruments’ factory training. You can call in — with the following
information — and they’ll help you find the Cosa analyzer
that will do exactly what your process requires.
1. Tell us about the instrument system.
• Is it a permanent or portable installation? Indoors or
outdoors?
• What is the ambient temperature at installation?
• How many measurement points do you need?
2. Tell us about the process conditions.
• What is the application?
• If a combustion process, what fuels are burned?
3. Tell us about the sample gas stream.
• What is the sample gas temperature range?
• Gas condition: Is it dry? dirty? corrosive?
• What is the dewpoint of the sample gas?
4. Tell us about the in-situ probe installation.
• What is the duct size? What is the stack diameter?
• What probe length do you need? (Insertion length should
be equal to 1/2 the duct size or diameter of the stack.)
• What probe material do you need?
5. Describe the available utilities.
• What is the power supply? Minimum? Maximum? Normal? Volts or frequency?
• Is instrument air a factor? Yes/No. What is the air pressure (PSIG)? What is its dewpoint?
Flow Measurement Instruments
Model 1600GL
Fuel
Types
Measurement
Sensor
Ranges
Accuracy
O2
CO (H2 Compensated)
NO
Stack
Temperature
Combustion Air
Temperature
Draft/Pressure
Electrochemical
Electrochemical
Electrochemical
NiCrNl
NiCrNi
Mechanical
0 to 21%
0 to 4000ppm
0 to 2000ppm
0° to 1200°F
32° to 302°F
< 0.4” H2O
(±0.2%)
<4000ppm: ±20ppm
<400ppm: ±5% reading
±5% reading
T< 122°F: ±1.8°F
T< 257°F: ±3.6°F
T< 482°F: ±5.4°F
T> 482°F: ±7.2°F
T< 122°F: ± 1.8°F
T< 257°F: ± 3.6°F
T> 257°F: ± 5.4°F
< 0.4” H2O: 0.012” H20
> 0.4” H2O: 3% reading
Model Selection Guide
Please issue all orders to: Cosa Instruments
c/o Lesman Instrument Company
Catalog Price
Description
Number Each
COSA Portable Combustion Analyzer
1600-GL $2305.00
COSA Portable Emissions Analyzer
2000
2985.00
Options and Accessories (Include as line items on your purchase order)
1600-GL: Data storage for 250 Sample Sets
207.00
2000: Data storage for 3000 Sample Points
204.00
2000: NOx measurement, range 0-2000 ppm
867.00
2000: CO Sensor cutoff with rinsing pump, programmable cutoff 364.00
2000: Integrated differential pressure measurement
124.00
2000: Dynamic pressure/flow measurement by Prandtl’s pitot tube
607.00
2000: Auxiliary input for T/C, 0-10 VDC, 4-20 mA
298.00
Thermal printer, IrDA Interface
408.00
ABS plastic transport case
266.00
30” Probe
483.00
40” Probe
449.00
60” Probe
769.00
80” Probe
880.00
Multi-hole probe, 80” probe tube, for exhaust pipes 2.5” to 7” 88.00
Combustion air element, 2.5” probe, 10’ cable
139.00
Combustion air element, 12” probe tube with steel cone, 8’ cable
201.00
10’ RS232 Cable, PC to analyzer
75.00
Printer paper, five 75’ rolls
24.00
Reusable star filter
17.00
Solids Flow and Motion
Features
Level Measurement Instruments
EMISSIONS
ANALYZER
Solids
Flow
and
Motion
Rotary
and
Electric
Actuator Motors
Wisconsin, and Upper Peninsula Michigan
Phone: 800-837-1700 • 262-923-1790
Fax: 262-923-1797
Combustion Safety and Efficiency
www.lesman.com
[email protected]
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Fax: 630-595-2386
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Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, and SW Michigan
Phone: 800-953-7626 • 630-595-8400
Fax: 630-595-2386
Lesman Instrument Company
www.lesman.com
[email protected]
Wisconsin, and Upper Peninsula Michigan
Phone: 800-837-1700 • 262-923-1790
Fax: 262-923-1797
Portable Combustion Efficiency Analyzer
Flow Measurement Instruments
Features
• Analyzes O2, CO, NO, NO2 and SO2
• Data storage for 300 complete combustion emissions tests
• Printout (day, date, and time) in ppm (or mg/m3 ) actual and
ppm corrected to 3%, 7%, 15%, or selectable O2 reference
• LCD displays all measurements continuously
• High vacuum sample pump
Solids Flow and Motion
Large-scale energy production has had a profound effect on the
environment. Emissions produced by power plants burning
fossil fuels cause worries for environmentalists and energy
managers alike, who recognize the importance of optimizing the combustion process to save fuel dollars and
meet safety codes. The COSA 704 has been developed to meet the
demand for a portable combustion efficiency analyzer that can measure stack gas and improve total
combustion efficiency. With its capacity to measure
four gases (O2, CO, NO, NOx or SO2) the COSA 704 is a versatile and
powerful instrument.
Electrochemical sensors allow reliable measurement without the
errors commonly introduced by background gases.
An on-board microcomputer simplifies operation and eliminates the
need for conversion charts. It provides step-by-step instructions for the
user as well as digital self-calibration diagnostics — including automatic
sensor calibration without the need for complex test gases. Rotary and Electric Actuator Motors
Model Selection Guide
Specifications
Combustion Safety and Efficiency
Sensor
Oxygen
Carbon Dioxide (calc.)
Carbon Monoxide
Nitrogen Oxide
Sulfur Dioxide
Nitrogen Dioxide
Carbon Monoxide
With only minimal training, technicians can quickly make accurate gas
emission measurements. The user friendly program guides the operator
through easily understood menu options.
Range
0% to 21%
0% to 20%
0 to 10000 ppm
0 to 2000 ppm
0 to 2000 ppm
0 to 2000 ppm
Up to 10%
Accuracy
+0.2 abs
+0.3 abs
Resolution
0.1% volume
0.1% volume
Greater of +10ppm or
5% reading
1 ppm
200 ppm
100 ppm
Wireless Instruments
and Communications
Operating Temperatures: Analyzer: 104° F; Probe: 1200° F continuous,1550°F
short term (3 minutes)
Sensor Type: O2, CO, NOx: Electrochemical cell; Temperature: Thermo­couple
Type K; Draft: Diaphragm
Power Supply: Cordless operation with built-in rechargeable battery for
continuous 8-hour use or line power 115 V 60Hz
Display: LCD High-contrast readout
Diagnostics: Calibration: Automatic zero calibration; Error Check: Self-diagnostic program
Probe Length: 12” standard; 30” or 40” optional
Flexible Hose: 10 Ft. standard; 20, 30, or 50 ft. optional
Sample Pump: 10” Hg vacuum
Internal Memory: 300 complete combustion tests, IBM compatible with
RS232 interface disk.
Carrying Case: Heavy-duty ABS case optional
Printer: Thermal printer
Accessories: User’s manual, battery recharge unit, interface cable, disc, spare
printer roll, carrying strap and sample gas filter.
Please issue all orders to: Cosa Instruments,
c/o Lesman Instrument Company
Description
Catalog
Number
Price
Each
704.3
704.4
704.5
$4867.00
4867.00
4534.00
Cosa Model 704 Portable Emission Analyzer
To measure O2, CO, NOx and SO2
To measure O2, CO, NO and NO2
To measure NOx and CO to 10%
Sample Probe
(Pick 1)
12” Length (Standard)
30” Length
40” Length
12P
30P
40P
0.00
143.00
242.00
Sample
Gas Hose
(Pick 1)
10 Ft. Length (Standard)
20 Ft. Length
33 Ft. Length
50 Ft. Length
10H
20H
33H
50H
0.00
143.00
247.00
374.00
Not sure which analyzer you need?
Call our factory-trained sales staff for help!
Watch our website for more
information, available soon
on the new Cosa combustion efficiency instruments!
Portable Combustion Analyzer for NOx and SO2
•
•
•
•
Real-time measurement just seconds after power-up
Calculates efficiency, excess air, CO2, and emission rates, provides NO2 values
Emission gas concentrations use adjustable O2 reference
Adjustable CO high limit pump shutdown protects CO sensor
The CA-Calc has eight adjustable factory set fuels that improve
accuracy, plus five user-defined fuels with easy field setup. With
pre-calibrated sensors, service is minimal. Everything can be done
in minutes.
The datalogger sets the CA-Calc apart from other combustion
analyzers.It stores location and specific test data, up to 350 samples
for 35 sites and 75 systems.You can download the data over a serial
communi­cations interface for report management.
The basic unit measures O2, CO, draft, and ambient and stack
temperatures. Optional sensors can be added to measure NO, NO2,
SO2, and high CO concentrations.
Specifications
Chemical
Range
O2
0 to 25%
CO (H2 compensated)
0 to 5000 ppm
CO (High concentration)
0 to 20000 ppm
NO, SO2
0 to 4000 ppm
NO2
0 to 500 ppm
CO2 Calculated from O2 and fuel type
Resolution
0.1%
1 ppm
1 ppm
1 ppm
0.1 ppm
Available for sale or rent
from our partners at RAECO.
Call 800-852-9795
Model Selection Guide
Description
CA-Calc with O2 and CO Sensors
CA-Calc with O2, CO, and NO Sensors
CA-Calc with O2, CO, NO, and SO2 Sensors*
CA-Calc with O2, CO, NO, and NO2 Sensors*
CA-Calc with O2, CO, and High-Concentration CO Sensors
CA-Calc with O2, CO, NO, High-Concentration CO Sensors
Accessories/
Replacement Water Trap and Filter
Spare Parts
Carrying Strap (Tether)
AC Adapter (115 VAC)
Catalog
Number
Price
CA-6210 $2395.00
CA-6211 2995.00
CA-6213 3745.00
CA-6215 3745.00
CA-6212 2995.00
CA-6214 3745.00
802215
100.00
2913011
15.00
2613033*
35.00
Includes Teflon-lined sampling probe.
All models include a 12” probe with 9-foot sampling tube, water trap, carrying case, AC
adapter, 4 size C alkaline bat­teries, operation manual and NIST-traceable certificate of
calibration.
• Large LCD display, intuitive operation
• Real-time data — O2, CO, CO2, NO, NOx,
flue draft pressure, and combustion
temperatures
• Provides quick tuning feedback
• Heavy-duty pump with continuous
pump operation monitoring
• Automatically calculates sample
averages
• Automatic baseline calibration of
sensors; Recalibrates easily for critical
safety checks
• Factory set fuels with adjustable
parameters and sample intervals
• Stores 100 data sets
• Operates on C-Cell batteries or AC
power — 24+hour battery life
Solids
Flow
and
Motion
Rotary
and
Electric
Actuator Motors
Ca-Calc CA-6203 Combustion Analyzer for Tuning Burners
Level Measurement Instruments
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Flow Measurement Instruments
COMBUSTION
EFFICIENCY
Solids Flow and Motion
Wisconsin, and Upper Peninsula Michigan
Phone: 800-837-1700 • 262-923-1790
Fax: 262-923-1797
CA-CALC Boiler Service Analyzer
CA-6203...........................................................$1445.00
866-RENT-EHS
(866)736-8347
CA-Calc 6213 Combustion Analyzer for O2, CO, NO and SO2
• Real-time measurement seconds after power-up
• Calculates efficiency, excess air, CO2, and emission
rates, provides NO2 values
• Adjustable CO high limit pump shutdown; Adjustable O2 reference
• Data history sorted by system, or individual sample
for printouts and report generation
CA-Calc 6213 includes 12” probe with 9-foot sampling tube, Teflon-lined
sampling probe, water trap, carrying case, AC adapter, four C Alkaline bat­
teries, and operation manual.
$100
Daily
$200
Weekly
$700
Monthly
$3,745
to Buy
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www.lesman.com
[email protected]
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Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, and SW Michigan
Phone: 800-953-7626 • 630-595-8400
Fax: 630-595-2386
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ANALYZER
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Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, and SW Michigan
Phone: 800-953-7626 • 630-595-8400
Fax: 630-595-2386
Lesman Instrument Company
www.lesman.com
[email protected]
Wisconsin, and Upper Peninsula Michigan
Phone: 800-837-1700 • 262-923-1790
Fax: 262-923-1797
Testo 350 Portable Emissions Analyzer from
Model Selection Guide
Integrated printer and on-board memory
(Add ◆ and ❍ as Separate Line Items)
■=Standard Kit Item ◆=No-Cost Option ❍=Upgrade and Add to Total Price
Large backlit display with zoom function,
pull down menus, page scrolling and user
defined probe socket.
Rugged housing with impact protection
RS232 interface PC software
Flow Measurement Instruments
Simple, user-defined function keys
Complete sample conditioning
and moisture removal system
Easy, quick change filters
Pre-calibrated sensors are
swapped or field upgraded
Complete portability system is
less than 10 lbs. measurement
Interchangeable
battery pack
Solids Flow and Motion
Features
• O2, CO2 (calculated), °F, CO, NO, NO2, SO2, flow ∆P, draft
• Controller for up to 65’ remote operation and readout
• Accurate NO2/SO2 measurement
• Automatic protection for high overrange gas levels
• Calculates efficiency, excess air, reduced NOx and CO2
• Meets EPA CTM-034, EPA CTM-030, SCAQMD 100.1
Rotary and Electric Actuator Motors
The Testo 350 consists of three main components: the base unit, the
handheld controller, and the sample probe. Various options allow you
to design the perfect instrument for your tasks. A selection of probes,
analysis sensors and data options are available.
The 350M basic version (4 gas max.) includes a control unit, analysis
box and a flue gas probe. Measurements include O2, CO, NO (optional),
NO2 or SO2 (optional); temperature and differential pressure, and numerous calculated variables.
The more advanced 350XL (6 gas max.) includes O2, CO, NO and NO2
parameters, plus the option of upgrading an additional two measuring
modules. The HC and H2S measuring modules are only available in the
XL version.
Catalog
Description
Number
Availability
Price
350M Kit #1: Boiler and Burner
400563 3501 ↓ $4995.00
350XL Kit #2: Standard
400563 3502 ↓ 7995.00
350XL Kit #3: Engine
400563 3503 ↓ 8495.00
350XL Kit #4: Low NOx/Turbine
400563 3504 ↓ 9995.00
Control Unit
n n n n
0.00
Spare Parts*
n n n n
0.00
Calibration Certificate
n n n n
0.00
Peltier Chiller
n n n n
0.00
DP (±80” H2O)
n n n n
0.00
CO Rinse
n n n n
0.00
Fresh Air Purge Valve
0440 0557 ❍ n n n
342.00
CO Dilution System
0554 0556 ❍ ❍ n n
148.00
Touch Screen with Pencil
0440 0559 ❍ ❍ ❍ n
274.00
Max. # Gas Sensors
4 6 6 6
O2 (0-25%)
0390 0070 n n n n
166.00
CO (0-10000 ppm)
0554 3933 n n n ❍
995.00
NO (0-3000 ppm)
0554 3935 ❍ n n ❍
995.00
NO2 (0-500 ppm)
0554 3926 ❍ n n n
995.00
SO2 (0-5000 ppm)
0554 3927 ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍
995.00
CO low (0-500 ppm)
0554 3925 ❍ ❍ ❍ n
995.00
NO low (0-300 ppm)
0554 3928 ❍ ❍ ❍ n
995.00
CxHy (0-4%)
0554 3929 – ❍ ❍ ❍ 1100.00
6’ Control Cable
0449 0042 n n ◆ ◆
85.00
16’ Control Cable
0449 0043 ❍ ❍ n n
135.00
12” Probe, 7’ Hose
0600 7451 n – – –
312.00
12” Probe, 7’ Hose (Teflon)
0440 7442 ❍ n n ◆
418.00
12” Probe, 16’ Hose (Teflon)
0440 7445 ❍ n ❍ ◆
564.00
Software and RS232 Cable
0554 0841 ❍ n n n
550.00
Carrying Case*
0516 0351 n n ◆ ◆
219.00
Transport Case with Sliding Drawer
0516 0352 ◆ ◆ n n
495.00
Battery Pack for Control Unit
0515 0097 ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍
117.00
Battery Pack for Analyzer Box
0554 1098 ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍
235.00
Particulate Filters, 20-Pack
0554 3381 ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍
62.00
Printer Paper, 6 Rolls
0554 0568 ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍
32.00
13” Pitot Tube (L-Type)
0635 2145 ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍
171.00
65’ Control Cable
0449 0044 ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍
274.00
4-20 mA Output Box
0554 0845 ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍
875.00
7’ NO2/SO2 Compatible Hose
0440 7442 ❍ ❍ ❍ ❍
418.00
* Includes particulate filters, printer paper, and carrying strap.
Combustion Safety and Efficiency
Available for sale or rent from our partners
at RAECO. Call 800-852-9795
866-RENT-EHS
(866)736-8347
Testo 350-XL Portable Emissions Analyzer Kit
Wireless Instruments
and Communications
• Sensors for O2, CO, NO, NO2 (NOx)
• Temperature-controlled sensors extend testing range
• Complete sample conditioning with Peltier gas chiller
and water removal system
• Dilution system 40:1 max. extends CO range to well
over 100,000 ppm
• Fresh air purge; Rapid set-up for easy measuring
• Large backlit display has multipage scroll-down, zoom
function, and pull-down menus
Testo 350 Kit comes with gas sensors for CO, O2, NO, and NO2, control unit, particulate
filters, printer paper, carrying case and strap, transport case with sliding drawer, 12"
probe with 7' hose, RS-232 cable, software, 16' remote control cable.
$200
Daily
$500
Weekly
$1,500
Monthly
$8,495
to Buy
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