Fireye 45UV5 Self-Checking Discrete Ultravoilet Flame Scanner

Self-checking ultraviolet scanning capabilities make the Fireye 45UV5 ideal for continuously fired applications where recycling is infrequent or absent. These scanners can be used to detect ultraviolet emissions from fossil fuel flames such as natural gas, coke oven gas, propane, methane, butane, kerosene, light petroleum distillates, and diesel fuels.

Self-checking circuit tests the electronics and the UV tube for proper operation every four seconds during the firing period. The Fireye 45UV5 also features a replaceable UV tube and shutter mechanism.

Key Specifications

  • Either 1" NPT or 1" BSP threads, depending on the model
  • Temperature Range: 45UV5-1005, 1105: -40° to 200°F (-40° to 93°C); 45UV5-1006, 1007, 1009: -40° to 200°F (-40° to 93°C)
  • Cast aluminum housing material
  • Compatible with Flame-Monitor, BurnerLogix, D-Series, FlameWorx, MicroM, and some P-Series Fireye control models

Specifications, Manuals, and Supporting Literature

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Model Selection Guide

Use this table to find the right model for your application.  Don't see the option you need? Call a Lesman sales specialist at 800-953-7626

Description Catalog Number
Flame Scanner Self-Checking UV Scanner, 120 VAC Shutter, 1" NPT Thread  45UV5-1009
Flame Amplifier Self-Check Ultraviolet Flame Amplifier Module EUVS4


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