The early detection of coal fires in coal handling systems on coal fired power stations is essential to prevent catastrophic damage to expensive plant and serious injury to personnel. The most
reliable and accurate method of detecting coal fires or smouldering is to monitor the carbon monoxide levels within the coal handling plant areas such as silos and mills and to detect rapid increases in concentration.
The CODEL EnergyTech 202 samples the gas from the critical area through a steel sintered filter mounted in the wall of the chamber. This removes the need for intrusive sampling probes which are prone to wear and are expensive to replace.
|Operating Principle||Infrared Absorption|
|Gas Species||Carbon Monoxide (CO) Oxygen (O2)|
|Ambient Temperature||-20°C to +50°C|
|Power supply||110 – 240V AC 500VA|
|Construction||RAL7035 Structure powder coated mild steel sealed to IP66|
|Analogue outputs||2 x 4-20mA current outputs as standard, isolated, 500Ω load max, fully configurable
from keypad (additional outputs available, see optional items below)
|Contact Outputs||1 x volt-free SPCO contact, 50V, 1A max, for data valid signal)|
|Serial Data||RS485 port for Codel diagnostic use|
|Display||32 Character alpha-numeric back-lit LCD)|
Current documentation available
|EnergyTech 202 Datasheet||2mb|