CROUZET CONTROL

Plug In Timer 14 Pin

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What is a timer?

A timer is a simple automation component which is used to manage actions over a period of time or control how long actions last.The timer is a control device which triggers an action according to a time and a function. After a predefined time has elapsed, the 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.

To execute which actions?

A timer can be used to trigger an action according to a predefined time. It can also be used to stagger actions over a period of time.

In any time-related application, the timer can play a role and can be used to:

 

  • Run installations according to times that can be adjusted by the user
  • Calibrate a machine running time
  • Allow or prevent an action
  • Delay an action
  • Manage stopping/starting of a motor, pump, etc. (star delta)
  • Make an LED flash

 

Crouzet timer features;

  • Available in mono or multifunction  versions (analogue or digital, with or without latching), to meet the specific needs of each application.
  • A timing range of up to 9,999 hrs to cope with prolonged processing operations
  • A range of power supplies from 12 to 240 V in one unit for optimised stocks
  • Recognised quality and reliability ensures the correct operation of equipment

 

Where are they found?

In electrical cabinets associated with other automation products for the following markets;

  • Food industry
  • Industrial automation systems
  • Lighting
  • Building equipment
  • HVAC
  • Small or large industrial machines

 

  • Packaging;
  • Controlling heat sealing times on blister packs, packing bags etc. (MUR1, MXR1)
  • Illuminated signs;
  • Managing flashing on automated signs. (TMR48L)
  • Fans;
  • Time management for delay start up or shut down. (S-Series, TMR48, Timer 81X)
  • Heat pumps;
  • Managing compressor start up (anti-short cycle). (S-series timer)
  • Ice maker;
  • Managing the duration of refrigeration. (TUR1)
  • Vending machines;
  • Time management of product delivery. (TMR48, Timer 81X)
  • Lighting for mobile homes;
  • Managing the duration of outdoor lighting odf a mobile home if the light switch is left on. (MXR)
  • Machine tools;
  • Control of maintenance periods. (TMR48, Timer 81X)
  • Sensing on assembly lines;
  • Managing the operation between a conveyor belt based on the time interval between productions on the belt. (MCR1)
  • Remote machinery;
  • Managing maintenance of the power supply in the event of a mains power failure, switching on an external back-up power source at a given time. (TK2R1)
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  • OBSOLETE PRODUCT - NO DIRECT REPLACEMENT
  • Single function delay on make
  • Multi time range 0.1 sec – 10 hrs
  • Compact size
  • 4 x 5A rated relay contacts

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Technical data

Function

Function A
Time range 0.1-1s, 1-10s, 0.1-1m, 1-10m, 0.1-1h, 1-10h
Response time off 250 ms
Repeatability 0,5 %
Multi-function No
Output Relay 4 pole C/O

Electrical data

Power consumption 2,6 W
Switching current max 5 A
Supply voltage 110V ac

Other technical data

Mounting 14-pin socket
IP class front IP50
Temperature operational min -20 °C
Temperature operational max 60 °C
Storage temperature min -40 °C
Storage temperature max 70 °C
Approvals CE, cUL, RoHS, UL

Measurements and connections

Product description

What is a timer?

A timer is a simple automation component which is used to manage actions over a period of time or control how long actions last.The timer is a control device which triggers an action according to a time and a function. After a predefined time has elapsed, the 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.

To execute which actions?

A timer can be used to trigger an action according to a predefined time. It can also be used to stagger actions over a period of time.

In any time-related application, the timer can play a role and can be used to:

 

  • Run installations according to times that can be adjusted by the user
  • Calibrate a machine running time
  • Allow or prevent an action
  • Delay an action
  • Manage stopping/starting of a motor, pump, etc. (star delta)
  • Make an LED flash

 

Crouzet timer features;

  • Available in mono or multifunction  versions (analogue or digital, with or without latching), to meet the specific needs of each application.
  • A timing range of up to 9,999 hrs to cope with prolonged processing operations
  • A range of power supplies from 12 to 240 V in one unit for optimised stocks
  • Recognised quality and reliability ensures the correct operation of equipment

 

Where are they found?

In electrical cabinets associated with other automation products for the following markets;

  • Food industry
  • Industrial automation systems
  • Lighting
  • Building equipment
  • HVAC
  • Small or large industrial machines

 

  • Packaging;
  • Controlling heat sealing times on blister packs, packing bags etc. (MUR1, MXR1)
  • Illuminated signs;
  • Managing flashing on automated signs. (TMR48L)
  • Fans;
  • Time management for delay start up or shut down. (S-Series, TMR48, Timer 81X)
  • Heat pumps;
  • Managing compressor start up (anti-short cycle). (S-series timer)
  • Ice maker;
  • Managing the duration of refrigeration. (TUR1)
  • Vending machines;
  • Time management of product delivery. (TMR48, Timer 81X)
  • Lighting for mobile homes;
  • Managing the duration of outdoor lighting odf a mobile home if the light switch is left on. (MXR)
  • Machine tools;
  • Control of maintenance periods. (TMR48, Timer 81X)
  • Sensing on assembly lines;
  • Managing the operation between a conveyor belt based on the time interval between productions on the belt. (MCR1)
  • Remote machinery;
  • Managing maintenance of the power supply in the event of a mains power failure, switching on an external back-up power source at a given time. (TK2R1)

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Parts Power consumption Supply voltage Price
2,6 W
110V ac
1,7 W
24V ac
1,5 W
12V dc
3 W
230V ac
1,2 W
24V dc

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