Interval Timer Features A Hockey Puck Package

April 1, 2001
Encapsulated in a hockey puck package, the ST2 series interval delay (one shot) timing modules incorporate 100% solid state circuitry. CSA and UL file pending, these new timers are said to also provide CMOS digital timing circuitry to ensure

Encapsulated in a hockey puck package, the ST2 series interval delay (one shot) timing modules incorporate 100% solid state circuitry. CSA and UL file pending, these new timers are said to also provide CMOS digital timing circuitry to ensure reliability, durability and accuracy. Specified for use where a timed interval is required, these normally open time delay relays are suited for use in burglar and intrusion alarms, heat-sealing and spot-welding machinery, dispensing equipment, pump stations and timed interlock applications. Timers may be ordered with fixed or field-adjustable delays in nine timing ranges from 0.1s to 100 hrs., with six standard input voltages ranging from 12 to 230 ac/dc. The product has a 2A steady output standard, 20A inrush, and a timing repeatability of 2%. Pricing is $15.48 each/500.

Company: AMPERITE COMPANY INC.

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