Flame detector CD-F-300
for shipsopticalwith camera

flame detector
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for ships
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with camera


Designed for hazardous industries where fast optical flame detection is critical and nuisance alarms are not an option. The CD-F-300 is an explosion proof visual flame detector. It processes live video images to detect the characteristic properties of flames, by means of its flame detection algorithms and on-board digital signal processing Features and Benefits The CD-F-300 utilises the same flame detection algorithms which have been refined over 20 years, giving it unparalleled false alarm immunity. Unrivalled False Alarm Immunity The unique flame detection algorithm in the CD-F-300 is capable of discriminating between genuine fire conditions and other radiant sources that may cause blinding of conventional flame detectors or produce unwanted alarms. The detector is immune to common sources of unwanted alarms such as hot work, hot CO2 emissions and flare reflections. This makes it perfect for application in hazardous/industrial applications, as recommended by FM Global, where downtime can be very costly. Field of View The CD-F-300 has an unrivalled 120° horizontal and 80° vertical field of view with an increased range of 60 metres to an n-heptane 0.1m2 pan fire. The vast coverage provided from this detector will optimise the number of units required, resulting in reduced maintenance and installation costs. The Field of View is a rectangular pyramid shape and represents a radial projection of the sensing element; therefore, giving it the largest coverage area of any flame detector currently available. This unique Field of View does not reduce at the outer limits unlike conventional flame detectors.


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