BST Solutions KLC 1000
COMPACT FLAME CONTROLLER KLC 10 formely KLC 1000
The UV flame controller KLC 10 is a flame controller, which has been developed for single flame combustion which produces little light or radiation in the visible spectrum and has very low flame modulation/flicker frequency. The design of the UV sensor ensures that the flame controller does not react to background radiation from hot refractory or from any other infra-red light source. Adjustments during commissioning and maintenance are not necessary!
The UV flame detector is equipped with an optical interface which visibly indicates the flame signal intensity. The KLC 10 can be connected directly to the ionisation or LDR input of the control box. It is compatible in its physical dimensions and connection capability to other series KLC flame controlles.The flame controller renders available to the burner control the safety-oriented binary signals for “Flame ON/OFF”.
The UV flame controller has to be disconnected started up once in a day.For safety reasons and technical regulations a controlled burner shut down at least once per 24 hours must be guaranteed.
The flame controller KLC 10 has been developed to meet the requirements of European Standards EN298:2012-11 for burner management control units which make a ‘no-flame’ check after normal burner shut down when the flame amplifier is permanently energised.
Before 24h contiuous burner running time is to ensure that the burner control system is restarted. For safety reasons and technical regulations a controlled burner shut down at least once per 24 hours must be guaranteed. With the model KLC 10 it is mandatory that the control unit or burner management system is of the type which performs a flame check for ‘no flame presence’ on burner shut down. Such that both the burner is checked for possible ‘after burn’ and that the UV tube it-self is checked for soundness. The model KLC 10 can only be used with intermittent control units which perform this flame check on shut-down. Otherwise use the model KLC 11.