HoneywellHoneywell C7012 Purple Peeper UV Flame Sensor

Honeywell C7012 Purple Peeper UV Flame Sensor

Solid-state electronic UV flame sensor to detect ultraviolet radiation emitted by the combustion of most carbon-containing fuels such as natural gas, LP gases, and oil.
Used with Honeywell burner controls to provide flame supervision in continuous operation for industrial burner applications.

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Honeywell C7012 Purple Peeper UV Flame Sensor Honeywell C7012 Purple Peeper UV Flame Sensor

• The solid-state electronic circuitry provides low power consumption and high reliability.

• Solid-state models directly replace previous models with vacuum electron tube circuitry.

• Detectors can be mounted horizontally, vertically or at any angle. The self-checking C7012E,F models require faceplate alignment and have integral locating reference points to assure proper shutter mechanism operation.

• Ultraviolet radiation sensing tube and quartz viewing window are field replaceable.

• Threaded conduit fitting and colour-coded lead wires allow rapid electrical installation.

• Two flame detectors can be wired in parallel to reduce nuisance shutdowns in difficult flame sighting applications.

• A swivel mount is available to facilitate flame sighting. • Models are available with a -40°F (-40°C) rating.

Electrical Ratings:

Voltage and Frequency:

C7012A: Separate models for 100, 120, 208, or 240 Vac, all 50/60 Hz

C7012E: Separate models for 100, 120, 208, or 240 Vac, all 50/60 Hz; also models for 110 or 220 volts, 50 Hz only.

C7012C and F: 120 Vac, 50/60 Hz.

C7012G: Models for 220 volts, 50 Hz only. Power Consumption:

C7012A,C and G: 2.5 watts maximum.

C7012E and F: 7.0 watts maximum.

Ambient Operating Temperature Ratings (Outside the Case):

C7012A,C and G: 25°F to 175°F (-4°C to 79°C). C7012E and F: -20°F to 175°F (-29°C to 79°C).

C7012A1160 and C7012E1120: -40°F to 175°F (-40°C to 79°C).

Storage Temperature Ratings:

-60°F to 175°F (-51°C to 79°C).

The C7012A,C,E,F,G Flame Detectors are solid-state electronic devices for sensing the ultraviolet radiation emitted during combustion of most carbon-containing fuels such as natural gas, LP gas, and oil.

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