Honeywell Slate Combustion Management System Fuel Air Ratio Control Module

The Honeywell Fuel Air Ratio module is a part of the Honeywell SLATE integrated combustion management system. This module is flexible with how it is configured, as it can support two variable frequency drives and up to four additional devices, such as actuators.

The Fuel Air Ratio module controls the balance between the amount of air and fuel in the combustion system. This module can control up to three different types of fuel while also controlling the system's actuators. The Fuel Air Ratio module receives feedback from the actuators using Modbus communications.

Key Specifications

  • Monitors the relationship between air and fuel in a combustion system
  • Provides 24 to 240 VAC flame safeguard
  • 2 variable frequency drives
  • 4 additional devices (actuators, additional fuel types)
  • DIN rail mountable
  • Designed to mount inside an electrical enclosure as part of a system
  • Used with the Honeywell SLATE combustion management system
  • Temperature range: -20 to 150°F (-29 to 66°C)
  • Federal Communications Commission approval Part 15, Class A

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