Talentum Test Torch

The Talentum Test Torch is a test and calibration unit explicitly designed to work with the full range of Talentum® flame detectors.

 

Using the intuitive menu, choose the type of flame detector to be tested; squeeze the trigger, and the unit will automatically perform a test from a distance of up to 6 metres, which means that in many applications, the Talentum® flame detector can be tested from ground level.

 

The unit recreates the characteristic spectrum of a flame using a combination of UV and IR bulbs. Once testing is complete the Talentum Test Torch can store your test results for download to a PC.

 

In addition to the testing functionality, The Talentum Test Torch can recalibrate a Talentum® flame detector. Connect the Calibration kit (sold separately) between the unit and the front of the Talentum® flame detector and follow the menu instructions.

 

Key Features

  • 1m to 6m testing range
  • Lighter weight
  • Holds battery charge for longer
  • Supports fast charging
  • Accurately simulates a pan fire
  • Operating temperature -10°C to +55°C
  • Sturdy carry case provided

Talentum Test Torch Products

Part No. Description Approval
1800-101 Talentum Test Torch _
1800-106 Talentum Test Torch with Calibration Kit _

Accessories for use with Talentum Test Torch

Part No. Description Compatibility
1800-012 Talentum Calibration Kit for Test Torch Specific

Related products:

Talentum® IR2

Flame Detector Range

Talentum® IR3

Flame Detector Range

Talentum® UV/IR2

Flame Detector Range

Standard Models
1800-101: Talentum Test Torch

Standard Models
1800-106: Talentum Test Torch with Calibration Kit

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Talentum Test Torch

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