Time Delay Action and Waveform Definitions

ON DELAY, ACTION 1

on delay action

Upon application of the input voltage, the delay begins. As soon as the delay is complete, the output is energized. When the input voltage is removed, the output returns to the de-energized state.

OFF DELAY, ACTION 2

off delay action

Input voltage must be applied continuously. The output is energized when the control switch is closed. When the control switch is opened, the delay begins. When the delay is complete, the output is de-energized.

INTERVAL DELAY, ACTION 3

interval delay action

Upon application of the input voltage, the output is energized and the delay begins. At the end of the delay, the output is de-energized. Timer is reset when input voltage is removed.

RECYCLE TIMER, ACTION 5

kd5 recycle timer action

Input voltage must be applied continuously. The OFF CYCLE (T1) is initiated when the input voltage is applied. At the end of the delay, the output is energized and the ON CYCLE (T2) begins The OFF and ON CYCLE continues until input voltage is removed. T1 = T2.

RECYCLE TIMER, ACTION 6

kd6 recycle timer action

Input voltage must be applied continuously. The OFF CYCLE (T1) is initiated when the input voltage is applied. At the end of the delay, the output is energized and the ON CYCLE (T2) begins. The OFF and ON CYCLE continues until input voltage is removed. T1 and T2 are independent. OFF CYCLE starts first.


ARBITRARY TIMER, ACTION 7

kd7 arbitrary timer action

Input voltage must be applied continuously. The OFF/ON output pusletrain is custom programmed at the factory for the customer's application.

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