The Fireye EP260, EP261, and EP270 Programmer
Modules are used with the FLAME-MONITOR System.
management system are determined by the selection of
the programmer. These characteristics include timing
functions, switching sequences and display messages.
programming, safe-start check and flame monitoring
supervision. They incorporate a proof of low fire position
circuit as well as fuel valve end switch safety checks. A
running interlock circuit on the FLAME-MONITOR
system constantly monitors the limit switches, air flow
switches and fuel pressure switches.
The programmer module will de-energize all fuel valve
circuits within four seconds following a flame failure or at
the end of the pilot trial for ignition period if no flame is
detected. An alarm circuit will be energized following a
safety lockout. The Programmer will recycle following a
running interlock open circuit during a firing cycle.
The Programmer is the heart of the FLAME-MONITOR
System and incorporates a plug-in design for ease of
installation. It is microprocessor based and stores the
burner cycle and on-time history. If replaced, the new
programmer card will begin accumulating a new history.
Refer to Bulletin E-1001 for detailed information on the
entire FLAME-MONITOR System.
While all controls are mechanically interchangeable in that they mate with a common wiring base
you should select the correct model for your application Inappropriate application of a control
could result in an unsafe condition hazardous to life and property. Selection of a control for a
particular application should be made by a competent professional such as a Boiler/Burner
Service technician licensed by a state or other government agency.
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