The new 24VDC powered Model 25 True RMS 3-Phase Monitor is uniquely designed to be user programmable and to be calibrated in the field or restored to factory default settings.
The Model 2652 3-Phase Monitor is designed to protect motors, pumps, HVAC equipment, air compressors, etc., by sensing phase loss, low voltage or phase reversal.
We are re-releasing Time Mark Corporation's 3-Phase Application Guide for 2011. Since storm season is hard on your equipment, this guide will help you fight back with Time Mark Models 258 and 257's in 2011!
Time Mark Corporation is announcing the arrival of the new Model 64-5 Power Factor Regulator. This individual unit is a monitoring and power factor control system.
Time Mark's brand new website is now catering to those customers in immediate need of a Time Mark product catalog. You can now visit our website at www.time-mark.com under the "Resources" category or the link provided to download your copy NOW!
The Model 2002Y 3-Phase Voltage Unbalance Monitor is designed to continuously monitor a three-phase line with a neutral connection for unbalanced voltage conditions.
Please keep an eye out in January 2010 for the brand new Time Mark Corporation website. This new website is user-friendly and filled with more information on Time Mark products. For more information, please visit us at www.Time-Mark.com.
Time Mark has redesigned the popular Short Form catalog to share updated information on Time Mark products with its customer base.
Time Mark Alternating Controllers are used to sequence pumps, compressors, etc., to insure that each receives an equal amount of run time.
The Time Mark Model 42A pump controller is a versatile and advance liquid level/pump management system. The Model 42A can control up to 3 pumps with a 4-20mA input or 2 pumps with a 4-20mA input and backup floats.
Time Mark is announcing the arrival of their new Model SPD (Surge Protective Devices) Series.
There will be new products coming in mid-December 2008 from Time Mark.
Model 16-1 Over/Under Voltage Monitors are a microcontroller-based sensing circuit that de-energizes the relay(s) after the trip delay (if enabled) upon detection of harmful voltage conditions.