Timer relay module - 12V

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Timer relay module - 12V
€ 12,20€ 10,10 Excl. VAT (NL)
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Description

This timer relay module has multiple functions, with a total of 24 working modes. The maximum switching current is 20A and the output is isolated from the circuit by a relay, which can control low‑voltage electrical appliances, direct current, etc. To meet various testing and automatic control applications, the delay time is adjustable from 0.01 second to 999 minutes.

Button setting description:

  1. Power on display ''————'' means to enter standby state
  2. Press K1 for the first time (it takes more than 1 second to be effective to prevent false triggering) Display: P -11: K2 adjusts the main mode, K3 and K4 are adjustment function
  3. Press the second time K1, the screen displays: A001: K2 and K3 adjust the first time A, K4 adjust the decimal point (time unit)
  4. Pressing the third K1, the screen displays: B001: K2 and K3 adjust the second time B, K4 adjusts the decimal point (time unit)
  5. Pressing K1 for the fourth time, "————" means to enter standby mode.
  6. Press K4 in standby mode to permanently turn off/on the display and switch the low power mode.
Operating Mode:
P-11: Jog (give the signal relay, the signal disappears and the relay stops)
P-12: Self-locking (send a signal relay to pull in, then give a signal relay to stop)
P-13: Give the signal, the relay will stop automatically for A seconds; the trigger will be invalid during the delay.
P-14: Give signal, relay will stop automatically for A seconds; trigger re-time during delay
P-15: Give the signal, the relay will stop automatically for A seconds; trigger the superimposed timing during the delay.
P-16: Give signal, relay will stop automatically for A seconds; trigger reset during delay
P-17: Give the signal, the relay is closed, the input signal is disconnected, the power is turned off after A seconds, and the signal is kept output again during the delay.
P-18: After power-on, the relay will immediately pull in, after a delay of A seconds, the power will be turned off;
P-21: Give the signal, after a delay of A seconds, the relay pulls in
P-22: Give the signal, after more than A seconds, the relay pulls in, the signal disappears, the relay stops.
P-23: After the signal disappears for more than A seconds, the relay pulls in, the signal disappears, and the relay stops.
P-24: There is a signal. After more than A seconds, the relay is closed. When the signal disappears for more than A seconds, the relay stops.
P-25: There is a signal after more than A seconds, the relay is closed, and after a signal exceeds A seconds, the relay stops.
P-26: There is a signal. The relay stops after A seconds of suction, and the signal disappears. The relay stops again after A seconds.
P-27: The pulse signal is detected and the relay stops; if there is no pulse signal, the relay delays for A seconds; (the signal is continuous or the signal disappears as no pulse signal)
P-28: After power-on, after a delay of A seconds, the relay pulls in until the power is turned off.
P-31: After power-on, the relay is closed for A seconds, disconnected for B seconds, infinite loop;
P-32: Signal, start P-31 infinite loop; signal disappears, terminate loop
P-33: Give a signal, start P-31 infinite loop; give another signal to terminate the loop
P-34: After power-on, after a delay of A seconds, the relay pulls in and closes after B seconds.
P-35: There is a signal. After a delay of A seconds, the relay pulls in and closes after B seconds.
P-36: There is a signal. After more than A seconds, the relay is closed, the B is stopped after B seconds, the signal disappears, and the timing is cleared.
P-37: There is a signal, the relay will stop automatically for A seconds, and then stop for 24 seconds. The signal trigger is invalid during A+B time.
P-38: There is a signal, the relay will stop automatically for A seconds, stop and re-time for B seconds, and then automatically close for A seconds.

Decimal time unit description:
X.XX decimal point in hundred, timing range: 0.01 seconds to 9.99 seconds
XX.X decimal point in ten, timing range: 0.1 seconds to 99.9 seconds
XXX has no decimal point, timing range: 1 second ~ 999 seconds
XXX. The decimal point is in one place, the time range is from 1 minute to 999 minutes.

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