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flame rectification

charliechicago
charliechicago Member Posts: 124
Hello to all,
I want to better understand how flame rectification works. I have read a decent amount about it and what I need clarification about is the actual path that the current takes. I know the module sends an AC voltage to the flame sensor, and that the flame acts as a path for the current, and that it is "rectified" to DC amp, but I'm not clear what the complete circuit is. Does it go back to the module, does is go right out through ground? I understand that grounding is very important, and is part of the circuit, but don't understand fully. I feel I could better troubleshoot if I understood these things properly.
Thanks, Mike.

Comments

  • JUGHNE
    JUGHNE Member Posts: 8,949
    edited January 2016
    Do a search on the wall for that, there has been several discussions about it. Look for one with Tim's name attached.
  • Tim McElwain
    Tim McElwain Member Posts: 4,480
    Contact me at [email protected] or call 401-437-0557 and I will send you some information.