Reliable flame detection and burner-to-burner discrimination in multi-burner boilers is significantly more challenging with the NFPA 85 requirement to prove “flame not detected” prior to burner start-up. This NFPA requirement along with difficult discrimination challenges, such as low NOx burners and opposed fired boilers, are demanding more powerful signal analysis and tuning capability from flame detection systems. The IDD 9000 employs a Digital Signal Processor (DSP) based flame signal processing method to offer advanced tuning capabilities necessary for a NFPA compliant system.
The IDD 9000 Flame Amplifier is designed for easy upgrade of existing Forney flame amplifiers with most installations simply requiring a flame amplifier replacement and reconnection of existing wires to improve flame detection and discrimination. The IDD 9000 is available in panel or rack mount; single or dual channel configurations. The dual channel configurations use two fully independent channels to support two flame detectors simultaneously.
Dual Channel Panel Mount (PM) IDD 9000 Amplifier Part #408100-00
Single Channel Panel Mount (PM) IDD 9000 Amplifier Part #408100-50
Rack Mount (RM) IDD 9000 Amplifier – dual channel Part #408120-01
Amplifier Tuning Kit Part #408103-01
Termiflex / SMARTDisplay®terminal with 9-pin connector* Part #408106-01
Cable 40’(for IDD) Part #399854-04
Cable 40’(for UV-4) Part #399855-04
*If using an older Termiflex / SMARTDisplay ® terminal with a 25-pin connection, a DB25-pin to DB9-pin adapter is required (Forney Part #408107-01)
IDD 9000 Flame Amplifier Spec Sheet
Rack Mount IDD9000 Manual
Panel Mount IDD9000 Manual
The PM IDD 9000 is available as single or dual channel. The dual channel has a separate, identical PCB motherboard for each channel. Each board contains six connectors on the side panels. Dual channel shown, bottom board is removed on single channel configuration.
The RM IDD 9000 is a dual channel amplifier with a separate identical CPU Processor for each channel. The right side is for Channel 1 and the left side is Channel 2. The RM IDD 9000 is designed for installation into an amplifier rack (Part # 404325-02) in an equipment cabinet.