Timer Training Level 1<br />The basics<br />
What is a Timer?<br />A timer is in its most basic form is a set of relay contacts that can be set and controlled at pre-s...
How does a timer work?<br />A timer works by applying a supply voltage to the coil ( this must be specified by the user), ...
Timer Functions<br />On Delay = when voltage is applied to the timer the relay contacts do not change state (on/off) until...
Continued<br />Flicker (Flasher) = when voltage is applied to the timer the relay contact will change state (ON) for the s...
Types of Timer<br />Plug in = this is simply a timer that plugs in to a relay base. The pin configuration is the same as t...
Where are timers used?<br />Lighting circuits, where a button can be pushed once and the lights stay on for a certain amou...
What Questions do I ask the customer?<br />What type of timer do you need? DIN Rail or Plug In<br />What supply voltage do...
TV49<br /><ul><li>DIN RAIL TIMER
Multi-voltage 24-100vdc, 24-230vac or 12vac/dc
Multi-Time Range 0.1sec – 10hours
Multi-function 10  types
1 x SPDT Relay contact 6amp</li></li></ul><li>TU93<br />DIN RAIL TIMER<br />Multi-Voltage 24-48vdc~24-230vac<br />Multi-Ra...
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Industrial training session on Timers, including Din Rail Timers and Plug in Timers.
The presentation is about CDC range of Timers and basics.

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Dalroad Norslo - Industrial Equipment - Timer training level 1 inc. Din rail Timer & Plug in Timer

  1. 1. Timer Training Level 1<br />The basics<br />
  2. 2. What is a Timer?<br />A timer is in its most basic form is a set of relay contacts that can be set and controlled at pre-set times by the operator. <br />This means that process can start and stop at a required time range to suit a particular application.<br />
  3. 3. How does a timer work?<br />A timer works by applying a supply voltage to the coil ( this must be specified by the user), the relay contacts will then turn on or stay off (depending on the function chosen) until the set time has elapsed, it will then turn off or on. <br />It works in the same fashion as a normal relay, with the same contact configurations (SPDT, DPDT,3PDT,4PDT) but the contacts are time controlled. <br />
  4. 4. Timer Functions<br />On Delay = when voltage is applied to the timer the relay contacts do not change state (on/off) until the set time has elapsed. <br />Off Delay = when voltage is applied to the timer the relay changes state (ON) immediately and stays on until the set time has elapsed. <br />
  5. 5. Continued<br />Flicker (Flasher) = when voltage is applied to the timer the relay contact will change state (ON) for the set time it will then turn off for the same set time and turn on again. It will repeat this process of ON and OFF until the voltage is removed from the timer. <br />
  6. 6. Types of Timer<br />Plug in = this is simply a timer that plugs in to a relay base. The pin configuration is the same as that of standard relays 8, 11 pin octal and 14 pin and can be used in the same bases. <br />Din Rail Timers = a timer that clips on to DIN rail. <br />
  7. 7. Where are timers used?<br />Lighting circuits, where a button can be pushed once and the lights stay on for a certain amount of time then turn off.<br />Used in flood lighting when people pay for<br />One hour of pitch time for instance.<br />Heating systems, when a room only<br />Needs heating while people are present,<br />This can be operated by a door switch.<br />Water pumps, allowing a pump to run only <br />For a certain amount of time.<br />
  8. 8. What Questions do I ask the customer?<br />What type of timer do you need? DIN Rail or Plug In<br />What supply voltage do you need?<br />What timer function do you need?<br />What is the time range?<br />
  9. 9. TV49<br /><ul><li>DIN RAIL TIMER
  10. 10. Multi-voltage 24-100vdc, 24-230vac or 12vac/dc
  11. 11. Multi-Time Range 0.1sec – 10hours
  12. 12. Multi-function 10 types
  13. 13. 1 x SPDT Relay contact 6amp</li></li></ul><li>TU93<br />DIN RAIL TIMER<br />Multi-Voltage 24-48vdc~24-230vac<br />Multi-Range 0.1sec~10hours<br />Multi-Function 10 types<br />2 x DPDT Relay contacts 8amps<br />Time Elapsed LED <br />
  14. 14. TC90<br /><ul><li>Plug In Timer 8 Pin Octal
  15. 15. Multi-Voltage 24-230vac/dc or 12vac/dc
  16. 16. Multi-Range 0.1sec~60Hours
  17. 17. Multi-Function 10 Types
  18. 18. 2 x DPDT Relay Contacts 6amps
  19. 19. Time Elapsed LED</li></ul>CDS08 Relay base 8 pin<br />
  20. 20. TC83<br /><ul><li>Plug In Timer 11 Pin Octal
  21. 21. Multi-Voltage 24-230vac/dc or 12vac/dc
  22. 22. Multi-Range 0.1sec~60Hours
  23. 23. Multi-Function 6 Types
  24. 24. 2 x DPDT Relay Contacts 5amps
  25. 25. Start, Stop and Reset inputs</li></ul>CDS11 Relay base 11Pin<br />
  26. 26. Quiz<br />What is a DIN Rail Timer?<br />How many relay contacts does a TV49 have?<br />How many Amps can be switched through a TU93 relay contact?<br />What is the part number for a DIN Rail timer with one relay contact and a supply voltage of 230vac?<br />What is the part number for a plug in timer 8 pin with a supply voltage of 24vdc?<br />How many relay contacts does a TU93 DIN rail timer have? <br />

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