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- ItemEncapsulated Timer Relay
- OutputSolid State
- FunctionOff Delay
- Contact Form1NO
- Contact Amp Rating (Resistive)1A
- Input Voltage24 to 240VAC
- Min. Time Setting15 sec.
- Max. Time Setting300 sec.
- Adjustment MethodPotentiometer
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Power is applied to the coil at all times ( terminals 2 & 3). Upon CLOSURE of the start switch (a "dry" external contact [no voltage], terminals 6 & 7), the contacts transfer, either connecting normally open contact [terminal 1] to allow voltage to go to the load the load. When the start switch [terminals 6 and 7] is OPENED, the OFF DELAY timing
period begins. The contacts stay in the transferred position until the OFF DELAY timing period ends. They then return to their original position (the load then turns off) and the unit is ready for a new cycle.
Do not put voltage to terminals 6 & 7, or else you will fry this Solid State relay.
The load amperage cannot exceed the Amp rating of 1A, or else this relay will be damaged.
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2nd do you also make this exact relay for 12 V DC? Thanks
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