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SureFire has units in the field for over a decade with little or no maintenance issues.
For the Flare-100, BMS-300, 300H, and BMS 350H:
Battery Voltage: 11-15 volts DC
Solar Panel Voltage: 12 volts DC
Solar Panel Current: 8 amps max
The BMS-300 can be controlled by a RTD.
The BMS-350 can be controlled by a thermocouple.
Yes, by a normally open/normally closed switch.
Currently, the BMS-300 and BMS-350 records Ignition Attempts and the number for successful ignitions. Additionally these systems record how long the burner has been operational. Data logging technology is in the development phase and will soon be available. Please contact our sales staff for a release date.
If the SureFire system has a battery backup, the system will continue to operate.
If line power is being used with no battery backup, the system will shut down.
A BMS manages process target temperatures and controls the pilot and main burner valves. A pilot maintainer only manages the pilot valve.
Many of our customers ask for special operation parameters which we can typically meet.
Yes, SureFire is NFPA 87 compliant under Class H heaters designation.
Yes. CLASS I DIV2 Groups C, D, T6
Yes, It can be accomplished because SureFire engineered the ignition unit to withstand the harsh temperature of the API RP 12N flame arrestor testing.
The SureFire system has true plug and play features and a typical installation period is 3-6 hours with a trained crew.
Yes, there are several thousand units in both hot and cold climates, from Texas to North Dakota. SureFire’s hardware is rated to -40°F to +131°F.
Yes. Please contact SureFire for further evaluation.
Yes. The BMS can detect loss of flame.
The BMS senses flame through three devices, the Igniter, Flame Rod and Thermocouple.
SureFire’s BMS has an extreme high temperature shutdown, but is not adjustable. It is set at 50° F above the high temperature set point.
Yes. Please call SureFire for input and output information.