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Timer Relay, 30 min., 8 Pin, 10A, DPDT, 120V

DAYTON

Price: $83.20 / each

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  • Item # 5WMK0
  • Mfr. Model # 5WMK0
  • UNSPSC # 39121519
  • Catalog Page # 356
  • Shipping Weight 0.27 lbs.
Country of Origin USACountry of Origin is subject to change.

Technical Specs

  • ItemTime Delay Relay
  • Number of Functions1
  • FunctionPower Off Delay (True Off Delay)
  • Pins8
  • Base TypeOctal
  • Contact FormDPDT
  • Contact Amp Rating (Resistive)10A
  • Min. Time Setting0.05 sec.
  • Max. Time Setting30 min.
  • Coil Volts120VAC
  • Coil VA Rating2
  • MountingPlug In
  • Socket5X852, 1EGP3, 1EGP5
  • Contact MaterialSilver Nickel
  • Hz50/60
  • Adjustment MethodPotentiometer
  • StandardsUR, CSA, CE, UL
  • Green Certification or Other RecognitionRoHS Compliant

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If I give coil a momentary pulse to start timer relay will stay latched for what ever time I set and unlatch. And are contacts dry to control out board device?
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The manner of how 5WMK0 operates is as follows:

POWER OFF DELAY: When power is APPLIED to the coil, the contacts transfer, either connecting
(normally open contacts) or disconnecting (normally closed contacts) the load. When power is removed
from the coil, the OFF DELAY timing period begins; contacts remain transferred. At the end of the OFF
DELAY cycle, the contacts return to their original positions and the unit is ready for a new cycle.

This is known as a "TRUE-Off-Delay".

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My question is similar to the previous question but the answer did not go into the details of connecting to this relay. Is there not a datasheet or wiring diagram that clarifies the contact assignments as well as the knobs on the top?

I'm looking to control a hot water re-circulation pump where a momentary switch (push-button) would trigger the relay and it would power the pump for some predetermined amount of time and then shut off.
I know this is not difficult, but not quite enough information has been provided.
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There is wiring and instructional information available for this relay. Please call us at 800-323-0620 so we may provide you with the necessary information.

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I am creating a signaling lamp for my doorbell using a SA-DB200 ... trick is I think the light has to always be on for this to work... I want the lamp to turn off after a set time once power is applied and reset when it detects power again .... not sure what i need to accomplish this.
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This relay is a true power off time delay relay.

When power is applied to the coil, the contacts change state. When power is removed from the coil, the contacts remain in the transfered state for the set period of time. After the set period of time, the contacts return to their normal state and the relay resets; putting it in the ready state for the next cycle.

If you call us at 800-Grainger, we can discuss your circuit in greater detail.

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