The JSL-64 is a very compact, 1/32 DIN sized, general purpose timer. It measures 24 x 48 x 75 mm (0.95'' x 1.89'' x 3''), It is suitable for building small control boxes or control panels where space is limited. Although it is small in size, JSL-64 is a full function timer that offers all the timing modes as our JSL-74 timer does. By using newer and more powerful microcontroller, this timer has an intuitive user interface for easy setting up. It allows the user to program single delay, double delay, or cycle mode for various applications that requires a time controlled relay to activate a device. The timer can be started when it is powered up. It can also be started via the Reset key, or the Reset terminal on the back. The time unit can be set in second, minute, and hour. The two time segments can have different units. In addition to the Reset key, this timer also has Pause key, Stop key, as well as the corresponding terminals on the back to meet different requirements.
Another unique feature of this timer is that it allows OEM customization. Although this timer offers many operation modes that cover the requirements of most applications, there are some special applications that this timer does not fit. To solve this issue, this timer has an "undefined" control terminal on the back. Our engineer can program this terminal based on the customer's requirement. The customer can use this customized terminal to control the relay output in a time sequence that meets their need. This service requires a minimum quantity order or a customization fee.
Timer range: 0.01 second to 9999 minute.
Timer mode: single delay, double delay, cycled delay.
Timer trigger: power on, front key pad, or remote switch.
Timer accuracy: <1 s/day.
Power supply: 90 - 260 V AC or DC.
Power Consumption: < 2 W
Relay output: 10 A at 240 VAC/30 VDC (resistive load)
Relay life: 100,000 times.
Operating temperature: 0-60 °C.
Mounting cutout: 22 x 45 mm
Dimension: 24 x 48 x 75 mm (1" x 2" x 3")
This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 06 August, 2015.