MSA TL105 Testlamp
MSA TL105 Test Lamp
The TL105 is a battery operated test lamp, specifically designed to test the General Monitors flame detectors. The TL105 is an explosion proof test lamp which can be used with the FL4000H MSIR flame detector, but also with all series FL3100 flame detectors. The TL105 works up to a distance of 35 feet from the flame detector.
The TL105 is a battery operated, rechargeable test lamp specifically designed to test General Monitors’ UV, UV/IR and IR flame detectors. The test lamp provides a high-energy, broadband radiation source that emits sufficient energy in both the ultraviolet and infrared spectra to activate UV and/or IR flame detectors. To simulate a fire, the test lamp automatically flashes at various selectable rates.
The TL105 is designed for use in Class I, Divisions 1 & 2, Groups C and D areas. The test lamp functions on internal nickel-metal hydride batteries which, when fully charged, allows continuous operation for at least 45 minutes.
An internal circuit prevents operation when the battery charge is low.
A variety of flashing test patterns, selectable through a rotary switch, allows the test lamp to check the operation of General Monitors flame detectors, including the FL4000 series, FL3000/3100 series, Types V and VI detectors.
When the specific flashing pattern for a given type of flame detector is appropriately selected, the test lamp triggers the alarm or test mode.
- Low maintenance with rechargeable batteries
- Handle integrated in the housing for easy operation
- Momentary switch for longer battery life
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|Output spectrum||Broadband emissions in UV, visible and IR spectra|
|Charging time||max. 3.5 hour|
|Electrical specification||12 VDC 130 W max.|
|Input power||110 – 240VAC, 50/60 Hz@ 1,5A|
|Charge output||24 VDC @ 2,1A|
|Operating temperature||–15°C to +50°C|
|Charging temperature||0°C to +40°C|
|Humidity||10–90% ±3% RH, non-condensing|
|Approvals||CSA, ATEX, IECEx, CE-markering|