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Electronic Timer, 24 hr, SPST

INTERMATIC

Price: $151.00 / each

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  • Item # 6KFF6
  • Mfr. Model # ET1125C
  • UNSPSC # 39121523
  • Catalog Page # 444
  • Shipping Weight 2.94 lbs.
Country of Origin ChinaCountry of Origin is subject to change.

Technical Specs

  • ItemElectronic Timer
  • Operation Mode24 hr.
  • Number of Channels2
  • Contact FormSPST
  • Voltage120/208 to 240/277VAC
  • Amps30
  • HP @ 120V1
  • HP @ 240V2
  • Max. On/Off Cycles14
  • Number of Pulse Events14
  • Pulse Duration2 sec.
  • EnclosureSteel
  • MountingSurface
  • Number of Poles1
  • Min. Time Setting1 min.
  • Max. Time Setting24 hr.
  • NEMA Rating1
  • ColorGray
  • Backup Device(2) AAA Battery
  • Backup Time3 yr.
  • Operating Temp.-40 Degrees to 155 Degrees F
  • Display Height1"
  • Display Width2-3/4"
  • Height7-3/4"
  • Depth5"
  • Width3"
  • Description/Special FeaturesNon-volatile EEPROM memory protects programming indefinitely; Temporary override or permanent manual override available via push buttons
  • StandardscCSAul Listed, California Title 24 Complaint
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Easy programming with slide switches and push buttons. Manual override does not interfere with program. Backup maintains program and time. Locking steel enclosures. For HVAC equipment, indoor and outdoor lighting, and other energy-consuming equipment.

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Rated 5 out of 5 by 1reviewer.
Rated 5 out of 5 by This is a great timer for the price. It does exactly what is advertised. The description is spot on. and fit in the space described. The programming is a little clunky but perfectly adequate. The catalogue description is accurate and only leaves out the fact that the contact forms are dry relay. Overall well worth the investment for a 2 channel spst dry contact control with independent actuation times. A very good buy. December 18, 2013
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Number of channels

What does this number refer to? Manual and automatic mode??
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The number of channels refers to the number of different contacts that can be controlled by separate programs. This timer has 2 channels, so it has 2 sets of contacts; each set being controlled by a different program.

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There are two separate switch relays mounted in the unit. Intermatic calls them channels. When run as received each channel is separate and can be programmed independently. For instance, you can have the timer for terminals 3 and 4 turn on a stirrer unit at 6 AM and turn it off at 7AM. Then you can have the timer for terminals 5 and 6 turn on a cooling unit at 6:45 AM and turn it off at 7AM. Now each channel can support up to 14 ON-Off events in a 24 hour period. After that the cycle will start over.

The Auto(matic) mode performs the above described timer(s) without any intervention. The manual mode is just that. In manual mode you press the button labeled ON/OFF on the channel that you have wired in. The unit will then turn that channel on and change the display to shown that the channel is on. It will stay that way until you press the button labeled ON/OFF on the channel that you are using. then the unit will then turn that channel off and change the display to shown that the channel is off.
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I'm confused by these two specs. I'm looking for an affordable replacement for a Tork DGS 100 that controls bells. I need the contacts to close for two or three seconds at programmed intervals. Is this what the "pulse duration" refers to? Or does the "min time duration" refer to the minimum time programmable for contact closure?
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The main difference in the two features is the length of time. The pulse feature, according to the manufacturer, has a fixed duration of 2 seconds for use with bell ringing applications. The time setting feature is not capable of setting in seconds but has a minumum time setting of 1 minute and is limited to minute increments.

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