Combustion control systems go modular with Honeywell Slate

A typical combustion system is complex to say the least.  It is usually made up of various devices from multiple vendors that have to be combined and connected in order for the system to work.  These systems are not typically flexible and are hard to change once the system has been set up.

Honeywell has come up with a completely new system that provides limitless flexibility with fewer components.  This product has been designed as a fresh start for the combustion industry or in Honeywell’s words, “It’s time to wipe the SLATE clean.”

Honeywell SLATE is an integrated combustion management system that could revolutionize the combustion industry by combining flame safety and programmable logic into a single platform.  SLATE will replace the part of a boiler or burner system that to the untrained eye might look like a giant web of wires and components, by creating one simplified unit.

SLATE systems have a standard flame safeguard and burner control base unit with a touchscreen display.  Add-on modules include your choice of flame amplifier, fuel air ratio control, limit control, annunciator, digital I/O and analog I/O.  These modules can be customized and changed at any time as your application needs change.

This system allows users to monitor their combustion systems wirelessly by allowing them to pull up SLATES dashboard on their Smartphones and tablets.

To learn more about Honeywell Slate, visit our website or give us a call. We are happy to help!



Lesman Instrument Company is the authorized Honeywell stocking distributor in North and Central Illinois, Northern Indiana, Eastern Iowa, Wisconsin, and Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. If you are located outside that area, you can find your local sales office or get technical assistance by visiting Honeywell’s contact page.

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