A timer is a simple automation component which is used to manage actions over a period of time or control how long actions last. A timer is a control device which triggers an action according to a time and a function. After a predefined time has elapsed, a timer closes or opens one or more contacts.
Timing cycles, whether single shot or repetitive, are started by latching inputs or pulsed inputs, allowing a wide variety of functions to be created.
Timers are found in electrical cabinets associated with automation. Some of the example market are food industry, lighting, building equipment, HVAC, small and large industrial machines.
Available in mono- or multi-function versions to meet the specific needs of each application.
A timing range of up to 9,999 h to cope with prolonged processing operations.
A range of supply voltages from 12 to 240 V in a single unit for optimised stock.
Recognised quality and reliability ensures the correct operation of equipment