Honeywell Eclipse VeriFlame UV Scanners

The Eclipse VeriFlame UV scanner is a highly sensitive tube used to track gas or oil flames. The UV tube is construced of quartz and filled with a gas that surrounds two electrodes. The VeriFlame comes in three models: the standard UV scanner (center), the 90° UV scanner (left) and the self-checking UV scanner (right).

The standard scanner sensor 5600-91 features a high temperature and high sensitivity ultraviolet tube for monitoring gas or oil flames in applications that cycle on and off frequently. The 5600-90A is for similar applications, but has a 90° configuration. The 5602-91 self-check UV scanner is used for continuous gas or oil flames, and includes a mechanical shutter that closes briefly every ten seconds so the scanner's internal circuit can check for a flame signal.

Key Specifications

  • Spectral response: 185 to 260 nm
  • Temperature range: 0° to 140° F (-20° to 60° C)
  • Supply voltage: 425 ±25 VDC
  • Discharge current: 0.1 mA
  • Aluminum housing with plated steel conduit
  • CE, UL Listed and FM Approved

Specifications, Manuals, and Supporting Literature

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