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D-GF 150


■ Controlling and Monitoring of Gas, Oil and Combined Burners of any

■ Integrated Gas Valve Proving System
■ Separated Outputs for Gas- and Oil Fuel Valves
■ Quick Fuel Change „on the fly“ without Burner Shutdown
■ Data Interface
■ Adjustable Pre-purge Timer
■ Integrated Flame Monitor with adjustable Treshold
■ Approved according to EC Gas Appliance- and Pressure Equipment

Burner Control for

Gas and Oil Burners D-GF 150
Flame Sensor D-LE 103
D-GF 150
Burner Control for
Gas and Oil Burners

■ Application ■ General Program ■ Program Sequence in

The DURAG D-GF 150 Burner Control
Sequence Master Burner Mode
System controls and monitors gas and oil The types of fuels and burners found in The „master burner“ program se-
burners of any capacity. The control func- the field require different functional se- quence is generally the normal mode of op-
tions of this system cover the tasks of pre- quences and safety times, which are elec- eration. Once the program starts up, the
purge, ignition and solenoid valve control, tronically controlled and monitored by the blower motor is activated. Air pressure
through to the enabling of the output reg- burner control system. By observing the ap- must build up within the next 30 seconds.
ulation. Thanks to its flexibility, the pro- plicable guidelines, one may choose from This is monitored by the air pressure moni-
gram sequence for pre-purge, ignition, fuel the following program sequences, depend- tor. If air pressure is present, the air damper
supply and air supply may be adjusted to ing on the current operating conditions of is moved to the "open" position. Afterward,
the requirements of the plant, with simulta- the combustion system: the selected pre-purge of 30 s to a maxi-
neous consideration given to applicable mum of 20 min starts. Once the set pre-
guidelines. These units may be used in ap- ■ Fuel gas in master burner mode purge period expires, the air damper is
plications ranging from large power sta- ■ Fuel gas in slave burner mode moved to the „ignition position“. The three-
tions to small remote heating plants, or in ■ Fuel oil in master burner mode second ignition delay period then starts. Af-
chemical processes or thermal flue gas ■ Fuel oil in slave burner mode ter activation of the ignition transformer,
combustion systems. the pre-ignition period begins. Ignition-
By employing microprocessors with Beside these standard functions the and pilot fuel valves are opened after 2 sec-
corresponding software and hardware, this D-GF 150 Burner Control employs for the onds, and the ignition safety time starts. If a
burner management system offers im- first time also the following new functions: flame was generated during the ignition
proved evaluation capability and a height- safety time, the main fuel valve of the se-
ened degree of safety and availability. In ■ Integrated gas valve proving system lected fuel is opened after a delay period of
combination with flame sensors from ei- ■ Separated Outputs for controlling gas- 5 seconds. The ignition fuel valve is closed
ther the D-LE 103 or D-LE 603 series, the and oil fuel valves after an overlap period. 5 seconds later, the
burner management system is fully suited ■ Quick fuel change „on the fly“ without operational state is reached and the burner
to monitor flames of different fuels and burner shut-down control system activates regulating output.
combustion techniques, in single burner or ■ Data Interface If, during operation, a controlled shutdown
multi-burner systems. Different UV and IR ■ Program halt for burner optimisation is triggered via the monitor chain, the sys-
flame sensors are available to optimally tem checks whether the flame in the burn-
adapt the flame monitoring system to local er is extinguished once the fuel supply is
conditions. The response threshold (sensi- cut off. The period of time for the flame OFF
tivity) of the flame monitoring system in the signal is 10 seconds. A blower post-run of 5
burner control may be set to one of ten dif- seconds follows the flame OFF signal.
ferent levels using a rocker switch on the
front panel of the burner control.

Application of the D-GF 150 Burner


D-GF 150
Burner Control for
Gas and Oil Burners

■ Slave Burner Program Step Description Remarks Duration LEDs

Program Sequence Standby

position 12345678
The „slave burner“ program sequence Ps10  Air pressure off Air pressure must go to 0 unlimited 
distinguishes itself in two respects from
that of "master burner". After start-up, the Ps11  Stand by unlimited 
program begins immediately with the igni- Ps12  Air pressure build-up Air pressure must signal 1 max 30 s 
tion delay period, the pre-purge period,
and the moving of the air dampers is omit- Pre-purge Master Burner only !
ted. The subsequent steps in the program
are sequenced as in the master burner Ps20  Open air damper Go to pre-purge position max 10 min 
mode. In the "slave burner" program se- Ps21  Pre-purge Stray light test 30 s .. 20 min 
quence, the regulation output is activated
Ignition of
once the operational state has been Ignition Burner
reached, but it is not signalized by the stan-
Ps30  Close air damper Go to ignition position max 10 min 
dard LED.
Ps31  Ignition delay Stray light test 3s 

Ps32  Pre-ignition Ignition Transf. ZTR starts 2s 

■ Gas Valve Proving Ps33  OPEN IGNITION VALVE Overlap ZTR + ZMV 1. SZ –1 s 

System Ps34  Ignition safety time,

ignition burner ZTR off 1s 
The D-GF150 Burner Control is Ps35  Main-valve delay Ignition flame stabilised 5s 
equipped with a gas-valve proving system.
Ignition of Main
This function is activated by means of inter- Burner
nal hook switches. When operating with
Ps40  Program halt ZMV ZMV active alone unlimited 
gas, the main fuel valves of the gas supply
can be tested for tightness. This function re- Ps41  OPEN MAIN VALVE Overlap ZMV + HMV 2. SZ –1 s 

quires the installation of two gas valves in Ignition safety time main ZMV off, main flame
Ps42  1s+4s 
series and of one gas pressure sensor be- burner and regulator delay stabilised
tween both gas valves. Ps43  OPERATING POSITION Regulator release unlimited 1
A section between the supply-side and
the burner-side gas valve constitutes a Switch-off
pressure test space. This test space is first
Ps50  Switch-off Remaining fuel burns 5 s (15 s*)  
emptied via activation of the burner-side
gas fuel valve. By an internal hook switch Ps51  Flame off Flame must extinguish max 30 s  
the testing time can be adjusted to either *D-GF150-10 only
5s or 30 s. In this period the gas pressure be- Gas Valve Gas only! LED5 flashes
tween the gas valves must not change. The Leakage Test
gas, required for this test, is released into Ps60  Emptying of the gas line Open GVB (burner side) 5s 
the furnace after the test.
Ps61  Test for pressure P0 Test input GDR= 0 5 s or 30 s 

Ps62  Filling of the gas line Open GVG (gas side) 5s 

■ Fuel Change Over Ps63  Test for pressure P1 Test input GDR= 1 5 s or 30 s 

Fuel Change LED1 flashes

In the operating position, a quick
change of the fuel is possible. For that pur- Ps70  Close air damper Go to ignition position max 10min 
pose, the monitor chain inputs for gas Ps71  Drive ignition lance in 5s 
(WKG) and oil (WKO) must be changed dur-
Ps72  Pre-ignition ZTR starts 5s 
ing operation (Ps43). For 1 second a simul-
taneous activation or deactivation of the Ps73  Overlap ZMV + ZTR Open ZMV 5s 
fuel selection inputs is permitted. After the Ps74  Accept fuel mode Ignition burner active, 5s 
change of the monitor inputs, the ignition main fuel valve closed.
position is approached, the ignition burner  LED ist off  LED is off
is activated, the old fuel is stopped and the D-GF 150 Program Sequence  LED flashes  LED is on or off
new fuel is started by opening the corre-
sponding fuel valves. The change over be-
tween two valves takes place in 11s.

D-GF 150 Dimensions

D-GF 150
Burner Control for
Gas and Oil Burners

Line Diagram: Gas Operation with

Pre-purge (Master Burner)

D-GF 150

Safety Time Start Ignitor: 3 s or 5 s

Safety Time Start Main 3 s or 5 s


Safety Time Main Burner: 1 s

Analogue Output: 0 or 4-20 mA

Approvals : DIN-CERTCO
(UL, C-UL, FM)*

D-GF 150-10

Safety Time Start Ignitor: 4 s or 10 s

Safety Time Start Main 10 s or 15 s


Safety Time Main Burner: 1 s or 3 s

Analogue Output: 4-20 mA

Approvals : (UL, C-UL, FM)*


D-GF 150 Order Information

D-GF 150 Connection Diagram

D-GF 150
Burner Control for
Gas and Oil Burners

■ Survey of D-LE 103 Flame Sensors

Suitable for fuels All flame sensors have been tested according to EN 230 (oil)
Flame Photo Spectral range and EN 298 (gas). They are approved for continuous operation
Sensor element (nm) without capacity limit and 72h operation according to TRD
Gas Oil Coal Wood 604.
Low voltage Monitoring of gas and oil flames in single burner installations
D-LE 103 UL-xx UV cell 190 - 260 ++ + (increased viewing angle of 12°).

GaP with
D-LE 103 UAF-xx 280 - 410 O ++ Monitoring of gas and oil flames in single burner installations.
GaP without Monitoring of oil flames in single burner installations as well as oil
D-LE 103 UA-xx 190 - 520 + ++ O + burners where additional fuels are burned.
D-LE 103 IS-xx Si 300 - 1100 ! ++ ++ + Monitoring of oil and wood dust flames.

Monitoring of oil and wood dust flames as well as gas flames from
D-LE 103 IG-xx Ge 780 - 1800 O ++ ++ ++ pilot or main burners in single burner installations.

xx = P: Axial plastic plug cable connection Explanation of symbols:

IP 67 / NEMA 4X ++ The flame sensor is ideally suitable for this fuel considering its flame detection and flame selectivity.
xx = MP: Axial metal plug cable connection + The flame sensor is well suited to this fuel, although under certain conditions it may show an increased flame simulation signal.
This is especially possible with combination operation (e.g. oil and gas).
IP 54 / NEMA 3S
O The flame sensor is conditionally suited to this fuel. The monitoring characteristics depend mainly upon the combustion
xx = CG: Cable connection with M20x1.5 cable gland technique.
IP 65 / NEMA 4X ! Due to local regulations the flame sensor might not be approved for monitoring of gas flames.
This information is based on years of experience in a great proportion of combustion systems. Variations due to differing flame
behaviour, caused by special combustion techniques cannot be taken into account or excluded.

■ D-LE 103 UL / UA / UAF ■ D-LE 103 IS / IG whose UV radiation is absorbed by dust, wa-
Ultraviolet Flame Infrared Flame Sensors ter vapour or other materials may be moni-
tored in the infrared range. A waste incinera-
Sensors These IR flame sensors have a spectral tor would be an example of such an applica-
These flame sensors have a spectral sensitivity of either 300 to 1100 nm or 780 to tion. IR flame sensors with a sensitivity of up
range of either 190 to 260 nm, 190 to 520 nm 1800 nm, depending on the model. Only to 1800 nm have proven themselves in mon-
or 280 to 410 nm, depending on the model. those signals are processed which corre- itoring gas and oil combustion systems em-
All blue-burning flames, e.g. gas flames spond to flame flickering. Thus flame moni- ploying NOx reduction techniques such as
whose portion of visible light is low, may be toring is not influenced by ambient light, as flue gas recirculation.
monitored by these flame sensors. far as constant light is concerned. Flames

Schematic Diagram of D-LE 103 Dimensional Drawing of D-LE 103 Flame Sensors

■ Technical Data
D-GF 150

■ D-GF 150 Burner Control ■ D-LE 103 Flame Sensor

Mains Voltage 115/230 VAC +10% ... -15% Supply Voltage 20 VDC (from Burner Control)
Mains Frequency 50/60 Hz ±10% Spectral Sensitivity (depending 190-1800 nm
Flame Intensity on type of flame sensor)
0/4..20 mA / 750 Ohms
Current Output
Permissable Ambient
Relay Outputs (max. 250 Vac/1A) Ignition Fuel Valve 20°C to +60°C (0°F to 140°F)
Pilot Fuel Valve Viewing Pipe Connection G 1¼“
Main Fuel Valve Gas (Supply Side) Purge Air Connection G ½“
Main Fuel Valve Gas (Burner Side) Optical Viewing Angle 6°
Main Fuel Valve Oil Protection (EN 60529):
Close Air Damper Cable Version (-CG) IP65 / NEMA 4X
Open Air Damper Standard Plug Version (-P) IP67 / NEMA 4X
Release Regulation Metal Plug Version (-MP) IP54 / NEMA 3S
Alarm Weight approx. 1.5 kg (3.3 lb.)
Ignition Transformer Extensive descriptions of these units with specifications, setting in-
The electro-mechanical relay contacts meet the requirements of the structions, dimensions and connection plans are available upon
VDE 0116 for safety equipment. request.
Semiconductor Outputs Ready for Operation
(max. 250Vac/0,1A)
Blower ■ Available Accessories
Insert Ignition Lance
Flame ON
■ AM 150
Expansion module for the D-GF 150 Burner Control with following
Internal Flame ON features: alphanumeric display, first-out annunciator, MODBUS-
Interface and more
External Flame ON
06/2003 - All specifications subject to change without notice · Änderungen vorbehalten

Pre-Purge in Operation ■ D-ZS 087 - 20

Ignition in Operation Digital display for optimal alignment of flame sensors through
Gas Valve Leackage Test in pulse frequency measurement and for storing pulse peak values
Master Burner / Non Master ■ D-ZS 118
Inputs (115/230 Vac) Optical adjustment auxiliary unit for alignment of the ball-type
Burner Mode
adjustment flange on the scanner tubes
Air Pressure Sensor
Program Halt ■ D-ZS 077-10
Gas Pressure Sensor UV-C test light source 230 V / 50 Hz
External Flame Monitor
Monitor Chain Gas ■ D-ZS 093
Monitor Chain Oil UV-A, UV-B and IR test light source 230 V / 50 Hz
Limiter Chain
External Reset
■ D-ZS 033 - I
Ball-type adjustment flange for D-LE 103
Feedback Signal Air Damper
Feedback Signal Air Damper ■ D-ZS 117 - I
Closed Heat insulator with electrical disconnection
Perm. Ambient Temperature -20°C to +60°C
Protection (EN 60529) IP20 ■ D-ZS 133 - I
Ball-type valve for closing the viewing pipe
Weight 1.5 kg


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