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Time-Delay Relays

Time-Delay Relays

When a delay in relay operation is required, use these relays with a built-in timing device.

Solid-State Single Function

Get a specific time-delay function plus the benefits of a solid-state relay. Solid-state relays work on electricity without moving parts, so they are quieter, faster, and longer-lasting than electromechanical relays.

Once voltage is applied and a set period of time passes, on-delay relays change from off to on. Once voltage is turned off and a set period of time passes, off-delay relays change from on to off. When voltage is applied, interval-on relays change from off to on and stay on for a set interval of time. Repeat cycle repeats both an on-delay interval and an off-delay interval and repeats these cycles until voltage is removed.

On Delay

2 Terminals, SPST NO Configuration

Off Delay

5 Terminals, SPST NO Configuration

Solid-State Multifunction

These relays perform more than one time-delay function and provide all the durability of a solid-state relay. Solid-state relays work on electricity without moving parts, so they are quieter, faster, and longer-lasting than electromechanical relays.

Once voltage is applied and a set period of time passes, on-delay relays change from off to on. Once voltage is turned off and a set period of time passes, off-delay relays change from on to off. When voltage is applied, interval-on relays change from off to on and stay on for a set interval of time. Repeat cycle repeats both an on-delay interval and an off-delay interval and repeats these cycles until voltage is removed.

Analog with Setting Knob

8 Terminals, DPDT Configuration

14 Terminals, 4PDT Configuration

Digital Timer with LCD

11 Terminals, SPDT Configuration

Electromechanical Single & Multifunction

Changeable settings on these electromechanical multifunction relays allow them to perform more than one time-delay function.

After a set period of time after voltage is applied, on-delay relays change from off to on. When voltage is turned off, and after a set period of time, off-delay relays change from on to off. When voltage is applied, interval-on relays change from off to on and stay on for a set interval of time. Repeat cycle includes an on-delay interval and an off-delay interval and repeats these cycles until voltage is removed.

Encapsulated

9 Terminals, SPDT

Plug-In Single Function with Analog Setting

11 Terminals, DPDT

8 Terminals, DPDT

Plug-In Single Function with Digital Setting

8 Terminals, DPDT

Plug-In Single Function Multi-Range

8 Terminals, DPDT

Plug-In Multi Function with Digital Setting

11 Terminals, DPDT

8 Terminals, SPDT

Modular DIN-Rail Mount

6 Terminals, SPDT

8 Terminals, DPDT

8 Terminals, SPDT

9 Terminals, DPDT