Digital Process Timer is easy to program with only three pushbuttons. Counts down the cycle you set and then resets to the same time for the next cycle. When the cycle is completed, a very loud 103dB warbling buzzer sounds and the red beacon LED flashes. Relay output will control devices using the convenient piggyback cord.
Waterproof, corrosion-proof IP65 (NEMA 4X) enclosure makes this suitable for wet, corrosive production floors or outdoors. Suitable for washdown duty.
Simply press the front green button to start and stop the time. The blue buttons adjust the time up or down.
The Loudest Buzzer
This is the loudest buzzer we know of on a digital timer. Don't be fooled by volume ratings from other manufactuers as they may give a high volume number but this is meaningless without knowing the distance! more info The warbling sound makes the volume even more arresting.
- Backlit display.
- Relay controls other devices up to 10A using a piggyback cord.
- Relay can be N.O or N.C.
- Once the countdown time reaches zero, the time then counts the overrun so you know how long the timer has been alarming.
- Auxilliary 9VDC output can to power dataloggers, autodialers or other external devices.
Many different operating modes are selectable with switches inside the box.
- Mode 1(default) counts down from your set time. Cycle can be cancelled by holding the start button. If time is set to zero then it counts up.
- Mode 2 like mode 1 but does not alow cancellation.
- Mode 3 is for triggering the time cycle mechanically with a contact close that remains closed throughout the countdown.
- Mode 4 allows pausing and re-starting the cycle until the time accumulates to set value.
- Mode 5 stops automatically at the end of cycle.
- Mode 6 provides an early warning on the beacon LED.
- Mode 7 is a guard duty that requires the start button to pressed continually or else an alarm sounds (cycle repeats indefinitely).
- Mode 8 provides an early warning on the front button light. See mode charts for details. .
In addition you can select between MM:SS for up to 100 minutes, or HH:MM for up to 100 hours See details in the instructions below.
The models on this page use the same components. Both have a 10A relay with piggyback plug to control devices. Differences are:
T8 has time-setting buttons inside the box so operators can't tamper with the times..
T5 has time-setting buttons ouside so the time can be changed frequently.