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Flame Sensors

Flame sensors for furnace are safety devices that are used in heat pumps (and other types of heating systems) to detect the presence of a flame. They are typically used in conjunction with a control system that monitors the operation of the heat pump and shuts it down if a problem is detected.

The furnace flame sensor in your HVAC system plays a critical role in the safe operation of the heat pump. If the control system detects a problem with the flame, it will shut off the fuel supply to the burner and stop the heat pump from operating. This can prevent accidents and damage to the heat pump, as well as reduce the risk of fire.

There are a few different types of flame sensor for furnace that are commonly used in heat pumps, including ionization sensors, ultraviolet sensors, and infrared sensors. Each type of sensor works in a slightly different way, but they all serve the same basic function of detecting the presence of a flame.

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Burners Flame Sensor Thermocouple

 

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