Kromschroeder IFS135B-3/1/1T (84344500) burner control unit

SKU: 84344500, 624.103.040

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Kromschroder IFS135B-3/1/1T 84344500 automatic burner control units are suitable for the ignition and control of gas burners in gas firing installations of all types. Range of application according to EN 746-2. For the flame control by means of ionization probe or UV-cell. With ionization control, a grounded main is required. Kromschroeder IFS135B-3/1/1T 84344500 control boxes are EC type tested and certified pursuant to the Gas Appliances Directive (90/396/EEC) in conjunction with EN 298.

Krom schroder 84344500 IFS135B-3/1/1T automatic gas firing device technical data

  • Mains voltage: 220/240 V, 50/60 Hz
  • Power consumption: Approx. 18 VA
  • Output for ignition transformer via relay contact
  • Output voltage for valves and ignition transformer = mains voltage
  • Contact rating: Max. 1 A per output
  • Total load: Max. 2 A
  • Average number of operating cycles depending on power factor cos ϕ: Approx. 1,000,000
  • Reset button: Max. number of operating cycles: 1000
  • Signal input: Remote reset
  • Flame control: Sensor voltage: 220 V AC
  • Sensor current: > 1 µA
  • Reaction time: < 1 s
  • Valve connections: 2
  • Fuse in unit: F1: 2 A, semi time-lag E, pursuant to DIN 41571 V/EN 60127-1
  • Ambient temperature: -20 °C to +60 °C
  • Climate: no condensation permitted
  • Enclosure: IP 40 pursuant to IEC 529
  • Cable gland: PG 9
  • Installation position: Arbitrary
  • Weight: 390 g

Kromschroder IFS135B-3/1/1T 84344500 gas burner control box operation

  • Upon receiving a heat call from the thermostat, the control initiates a sequence of checks.
  • The control checks for flame simulation and activates failsafe measures during the testing period.
  • If no flame signal is detected, the burner is started by applying voltage to valve V1 and the ignition transformer.
  • If flame simulation is detected, the testing time is extended up to five seconds.
  • After the testing period, if no flame signal is detected, the control goes into lockout mode.
  • Following the burner start, a flame signal must be measured within the safety time.
  • Upon ignition, voltage is applied to valve V2, causing it to open.
  • If a flame fails to establish, the control enters fault lockout mode.
  • During burner operation, the control continuously monitors for a flame signal.
  • Fault lockout is indicated both internally and externally, with the fault indication retained during regulating stop.
  • Resetting is possible even during regulating stop.
  • Following a flame failure during operation, a reigniting attempt is made.
  • However, valve V2 is switched off during this process.
  • The flame must be detected within the safety time frame; otherwise, the control goes into fault lockout mode.