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7 Multi-function Interval Timers on all 6 setpoints

Normal Mode

This is a single actuation mode that individually programs the relay's setpoint with delay-on-make (DOM) and delay-on-break (DOB) settings.

When the SP deactivates, the DOB delay keeps the relay energized for the programmed time period.

Normally OFF / Pulsed ON Modes

These are time control modes were the relay is normally OFF (de-energized) and pulses ON (energizes) when the setpoint activates.

Repeat ON Mode

The repeat ON mode is a multiple actuation mode with programmable adjustable off-time and on-time settings.

In this mode the on-time setting activates first. When the signal activates the setpoint, the relay energizes immediately and remains energized for the programmed ON-T setting.

When the ON-T delay is complete, the relay de-energizes and the OFF-T delay starts the cycle again. The ON-T and OFF-T settings continually repeat as long as the SP is active. If the SP deactivates, the relay de-energizes immediately.

Pulse ON Mode (Programmable Maximum On-time)

The pulse ON mode is a single actuation mode with programmable DOM and maximum on-time settings.

When the signal activates the setpoint, the DOM prevents the relay from energizing until the programmable DOM setting times out.

The ON-T then energizes the relay for the MAXIMUM programmed on-time period.

For the pulse mode to repeat, the SP must deactivate and then activate again. If the SP deactivates, the maximum on-time setting keeps the relay energized until the ON-T times out.

1-Shot ON Mode (Programmable Minimum On-time)

The 1-shot ON mode is a single actuation mode with programmable DOM and minimum on-time settings. When the signal activates the setpoint, the DOM prevents the relay from energizing until the programmable setting times out.

The MIN-ON then energizes the relay for at least the minimum programmed on-time setting.

If the SP deactivates, the relay remains energized for as long as the programmed MIN-ON period. If the SP remains active for longer than the MIN-ON period, the relay remains energized until the SP deactivates, at which point the relay de-energizes.

Normally ON / Pulsed OFF Modes

These are time control modes were the relay is normally ON (energized) and pulses OFF (de-energizes) when the setpoint deactivates.

1-Shot OFF Mode (Programmable Minimum Off-time)

The 1-shot OFF mode is a single actuation mode with programmable DOB and minimum off-time settings. When the signal deactivates the setpoint, the relay remains energized until the programmable DOB period times out.

The MIN OFF-T then de-energizes the relay for the minimum programmed off-time period.

If the SP activates during the MIN OFF-T phase, the relay remains de-energized for as long as the programmed MIN OFF-T period and then energizes again.

Pulse OFF Mode (Programmable Maximum Off-time)

The pulse OFF mode is a single actuation mode with programmable DOB and maximum off-time settings.

When the signal deactivates the setpoint, the relay remains energized until the programmable DOB setting times out.

The OFF-T then de-energizes the relay for the MAXIMUM programmed off-time period.

For the pulse mode to repeat, the SP must activate and then deactivate again.

If the SP activates during the OFF-T phase, the relay remains de-energized until the OFF-T times out and then energizes.

Repeat OFF Mode

The repeat OFF mode is a multiple actuation mode with programmable off- and on-time settings.

In this mode the off-time setting activates first. When the signal deactivates the setpoint, the relay remains de-energized for the programmed OFF-T setting and energizes when the ON-T setting activates.

When the ON-T setting is complete, the relay de-energizes and the OFF-T delay starts the cycle again. The OFF-T and ON-T settings continually repeat as long as the SP is deactivated. If the SP activates, the relay energizes immediately.

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