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Main Features
The DTI can collect information from up to 10 of each of the following Autoflame products:

  • MM/EGA Modules – A total of 10 units may be connected.
  • Exhaust Gas Analyser – either used in conjunction with an MM Module for trim or data linked directly to the DTI for monitoring purposes only
  • Analogue Input/Output modules – each unit featuring 6 inputs and 6 outputs
  • Digital Input/Output modules – each unit featuring 8 volt free contacts and 16 lin voltage inputs

MM Fuel/Air Ratio Data

  • MM Type – Mk7, Mini Mk7, Mk6, Mini Mk6, Mini Mk5
  • Required and actual boiler temperature or pressure
  • Burner rating and burner firing rate (%)
  • Fuel selected and flow metering values
  • Auto/Hand/Low Flame Hold operation
  • Number of control channels optioned showing both actual and commissioned positions
  • Maximum set point accepted from DTI
  • Minimum set point accepted from DTI
  • Burner firing status ( firing, purge, ignition, offline)
  • Lead Boiler status, sequencing optioned
  • Sequence status (on, stand-by, warm, off)
  • Shuffle sequencing
  • Enabled/Disabled status

Flame Safeguard Functions

  • Hours run, number of start-ups
  • Lockout and error status and code
  • Gas, oil and air pressure, online and commissioned

EGA Information

  • EGA operation optioned
  • All monitored values are available as both instantaneous and commissioned figures
  • O2, CO2, CO, NO, SO2 and NO2 monitored
  • Exhaust temperature, combustion efficiency
  • Status of service LED’s, EGA error conditions
  • Information gathered is available for transmission to an external source via RS232/RS422/RS485 data links or via a modem.
  • The Autoflame DTI supports the Modbus and Johnson Metasys protocols as standard. Using either of these industry standard protocols information can be accessed by third party systems, stored and manipulated as required by the client.
  • The DTI comes with Autoflame’s dedicated Windows-based software for the plant manager/supervisor. The data recorded, including lockouts, water level alarms, and emissions, can be visible via a local computer or remotely via a modem, along with lockouts, water level alarms,