This unique timer will cover virtually all your
timing requirements in one instrument at a price that enables it to be used in
place of conventional analogue plug in timers.
48 x 48 mm DIN standard Housing
Time UP or Down
8 Amp changeover relay output
Universal 12 - 260 VAC/DC supply
Back lit LCD display
Crystal controlled accuracy
Time from 0.01 secs to 9999 hours
Easy programming with clear
LCD display and buttons
Mode of Operation:This
timer is programmed using the front panel push switches to set the time and mode
of operation. The timer is set up while un-powered using the internal
lithium cell. This unique facility enable the user to configure the device ready
for pluging in on site.
Time Setting Decimal: There
are 6 ranges in decimal format. These are: 99.99 sec, 999.9 sec, 99.99
min, 999.9 min 99.99 hours and 999.9 hours
Time Setting HH::MM::SS: In
this mode the timer can be set to any time up to 9999h:59m:59s. The display can
be scrolled to show any four of the digits at a time.
All Modes can time UP or Down
Delay On: The
timer times with the relay de-energised. At time out the timer stops and the relay goes
on. The time period can start from power on or from closure of the switch input.
Opening the switch input at any time resets the timer
Delay Off: The
time period starts with the closure of the switch input and the relay energises.
The relay goes off at the end of the period. Opening the switch input during the
time will reset the time (the relay remaining on) and time out from the last
closing of the switch.
Delay Pulse: The
output relay remains de-energised for the set time and is then energised for 250
milliseconds only. The Time can be started from power on or closure of the
Interval Delay: This
is opposite to Delaly On in that the relay is energised immediatley on
application of the supply or closure of switch input and goes off at the end of
Immediate Cycle: The
relay energise immediatley power is applied (or switch input closed) and remains
on for the set 'on' time and then de-energises for the set 'off' time. This
cycle repeats whilst supply and switch input are maintained.
Delay Cycle: This
is the reverse off Immediate cycle as above. The relay is Off for the first
cycle and then comes on.