Timer relays provide simple, cost-effective control of process and machine tools. Operation modes include multi-mode, off-delay, on-delay, fleeting, and on-interval; socket, DIN rail, surface, and panel mounting styles are available. Units offer either mechanical dial or LED digital display/setup. Timer settings up to 10,000 hours are available.
AutomationDirect offers ON/OFF time-delay and multi-mode relays, plug-in timers and digital timer relays from leaders in the industry. All industrial timers meet UL and CE conformity.
ProSense T2 series timer relays include the flexible programmability of a multi-mode timer, or single-function on-delay, off-delay, fleeting and on-interval time delay relays with various input voltage and output options. All T2 units are encapsulated for protection against harsh environments.
ProSense TRM and TRS series timer relays offer the flexible programmability of a multi-function and multi-range time delay relay with a universal input voltage.
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Murrelektronik's multi-mode relay timer is ideal for industrial applications such as controls and automation. The slim form factor makes these relays efficient in control panel installations.
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Dold MK and RK series timer relays are excellent for use with process control, machine tool control, safety control and other applications.
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The compact and accurate Fuji ST7P series of miniature DIN super timer relays are designed to optimize mounting space in small areas. These timers provide on-delay operation with a single timing range.
Fuji MS4S series 1/16 DIN style timer relays are designed for general industrial applications. The timers are plug-in 8-pin or 11-pin surface/ DIN-rail mountable with up to four selectable modes of operation and four selectable timing ranges.
1/16 DIN size Koyo digital timers are ideal for many types of industrial control applications. These timer relays offer an easy-to-read digital display, with keys for easy setup and configuration. Basic function settings are made with digital switches.