To operate power is applied continuously. A normally open initiate switch closure causes the solid state load switch to turn ON, energizing the load. This condition is maintained for as long as the initiate switch remains closed. Opening the initiate switch starts the preset delay period. At the end of the preset delay period the solid state switch turns OFF, de-energizing the load. A new cycle can be started via the initiate switch. Should the initiate switch re-close during timing, the delay time will stop but the load will remain energized. When the initiate switch is re-opened the delay period is re-triggered. When the delay period has reached time out the load is de-energized and the timer is reset. This timer is commonly referred to as the "Cool Down Timer".
Control the timing of high power electric heaters, motors, lamps, transformers and other high current loads rated less than 15 amps (150 amps inrush). CMOS digital circuitry is combined with a high current solid state switch. P/C board and internal components are encapsulated in a flame retardant molded housing, fitted with quick connect wiring terminals. Available in all standard voltages and frequencies. Fixed or adjustable timing from 0.1 seconds to 24 hours.
- High Current Timing Module
- Cool Down Timer
- Rated to 15 Amp. / 1hp
- Fully Solid State
- CMOS Digital Circuitry
- Life Expectancy - unlimited
- Environment Protected
- Tamper Proof
- No False Operate
- Switches 1800W at 120V, 3600W at 240V
- Small Size - 2" x 2" x 15/16"
- Lightweight - approximately 2.5 oz.
- Transient Protected to 6000V
- Choice of 5, 10, 15 Amp. Load Rating