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:
Crouzet timer features;
Where are they found?
In electrical cabinets associated with other automation products for the following markets;
Timer RTMA4 Delay On 4 x Relay 110V ac
|Time range||0.1-1s, 1-10s, 0.1-1m, 1-10m, 0.1-1h, 1-10h|
|Response time off||250 ms|
|Output||Relay 4 pole C/O|
|Power consumption||2,6 W|
|Switching current max||5 A|
|Supply voltage||110V ac|
Other technical data
|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|