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Net Safety Monitoring has announced its entire line of explosion-proof flame detectors uses the HART communication protocol.

The HART (Highway Addressable Remote Transducer) protocol is the global standard for sending and receiving digital information across a 4-20mA analogue signal between smart devices and a control/monitoring system.

It is a field-proven, bi-directional communication protocol carried over the same wiring typically used for conventional analogue instruments, with no disruption of the integrity of the 4-20mA signal and no rewiring required.

Data is quickly and easily communicated between intelligent flame detectors and most compatible host systems.

A host can be any software application, from a technician’s hand-held device or laptop to a plant’s process control, asset management, or safety system platform.

In addition to the inherent instrument-alarm function, the HART protocol permits remote access to the configuration, diagnostics and maintenance and alarm records of any networked Net Safety flame detector.

Field operators can accurately assess device conditions and prepare for routines before travelling into the field.

One of the unique features of the Net Safety HART solution is an easily accessible separated input option.

Most flame detectors installed in the field are mounted close to ceilings in order to effectively monitor hazardous areas.

Net Safety’s separated input option gives field-operators a direct, ground-level input to Net Safety flame detectors using any remote HART host device, such as a hand-held communicator or laptop.

Developed for use in a range of industrial applications requiring accurate explosion-proof flame detection, all Net Safety detectors support oil-and-gas production; refining, distribution and storage operations; as well as chemical processing, aircraft hangars and electrostatic spray-paint booths.

The Net Safety UV/IR flame detector monitors both the ultraviolet (UV) and infrared (IR) spectral ranges, providing high immunity to false alarms due to lightning, arc welding, hot body objects and other sources of radiation.

The UV flame detector monitors only the ultraviolet (UV) spectral range for optimised speed of response.

Both the UV and UV/IR flame detectors are also available in specially tuned H2 flame-detector versions that can detect invisible hydrogen and silane flame.

Net Safety’s Phoenix Triple Infrared flame detector delivers the ultimate safety, security and performance for any application.

The Phoenix uses no external reflector for routine visual integrity checks, which greatly reduces faults and maintenance, especially in extreme applications where salt, heavy rain, sand or snow are constantly present.

It has the lowest power consumption of any competitive product and is engineered to perform even in the most extreme conditions.

The Net Safety Phoenix Triple IR features a full 90-degree certified field of view and extended detection ranges, field-adjustable sensitivity and time delay, proprietary Automatic Digital Zone (ADZ) technology and the highest immunity to hot-body radiation, lightning, arc welding and sunlight.

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