Over time, advances in electronic technology have greatly increased the number and variety of applications for industrial relays. The task of selecting a relay can often be difficult and confusing. Hopefully, this brief explanation will help you in understand the factors to consider when selecting a timer relay.
Relays perform a very important job of using one level of voltage or... Read more...More Product Announcements from Danaher Sensors & Controls - Specialty Products
The Models 330 and 360 Operate Delay Relays examples include automatic and machine tool control circuits, HVAC circuits, and warm-up delay circuits. The Model 330 is a DPDT, knob-adjustable timer. The Model 360 is a DPDT, high-accuracy digital timer. Solid-state timing circuits in each model drive an internal electromechanical relay. Read more...More Product Announcements from Time Mark Corporation
The Model 300 Programmable Timer is designed to replace over 100 standard timers. One Model 300 can be set for one of five functions, covers four timing ranges, and has a universal power supply for any AC voltage from 24 to 240 volts, or DC voltage from 12 to 240 volts. Read more...More Product Announcements from Time Mark Corporation
The Models 331 and 361 Release Delay Relays are designed for a wide usage in new or replacement industrial applications. Examples include delay-off circuits, batch processing circuits, and other applications requiring a remote-triggered, off-delay timer. Read more...More Product Announcements from Time Mark Corporation
The Models 338 and 368 Recycle Timers are designed to cycle a load on and off, or to cycle between two loads. The ON and OFF cycles are independently adjustable on each model. Read more...More Product Announcements from Time Mark Corporation