Product News: Controls & Controllers
Burner Control offers analog modulating control capabilities.
Press Release Summary:
March 19, 2014 - Suited for direct or indirect-fired furnace or oven applications that require global flame safety systems, T600 v2.1 Flame Safeguard uses microprocessor to control gas burner start-up and operation. Unit offers 115 V/230 V switching contacts for low fire, high fire, and automatic operation, plus 115 V/230 V inputs for low fire feedback, high fire feedback, and heat decrease/increase. Control may be configured with Profibus or Modbus as well as UV scanner shutter control for continuous operation.
Original Press Release
New Eclipse T600 Flame Safeguard Features Modulating Control
Press release date: March 7, 2014
ROCKFORD, IL. -- The new T600 version 2.1 Flame Safeguard from Eclipse now brings analog modulating control capabilities to the current T600 product line. The controller features 115V/230V switching contacts for low fire, high fire and automatic operation. Also included are 115V/230V inputs for low fire feedback, high fire feedback, heat decrease and heat increase, and analog output control options. Each unit may be configured with Profibus or Modbus communications as well as UV scanner shutter control for continuous operation. T600 is the most flexible, cost effective solution for burner control anywhere in the world. T600 can be used with direct or indirect-fired furnace or oven applications that require global flame safety systems. It features an advanced microprocessor to precisely control gas burner start-up and operation. T600 provides more of the features, options, and versatility users need, including programming flexibility, scalability and advanced diagnostics. The T600 can control burners with either direct or pilot ignition and models are available with or without an integrated display.
Eclipse Marketing Communications