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  • 108a

    108A

    Phase Sequence Detector

    The Model 108A & 108D Line Voltage & Phase Sequence Detectors permit contractors and maintenance personnel to quickly and easily determine the proper phase sequence (either ABC or CBA), in order to install, or make wiring changes to motors, watt-meters, transformers, electrical installations, power factor meters or generators. Available in 50/60 Hz (Model 108A) and 400 Hz (Model 108D) versions, this tool can also show that all phases are present, or if one or more phases are lost, indicates which of the phases are missing.

    To use, connect the Detector to any 3-phase circuit from 90 to 600 volts, Wye or Delta. In proper phase sequence, and with all phases present, the ABC lamp, and the three line voltage lamps will illuminate. An open phase condition will illuminate both rotation lamps and only two line voltage lamps.

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  • 108b

    108B

    Phase Sequence Detector

    The Model 108B and Model 125C (400 Hz) Phase Sequence Detectors permit the operator to quickly and easily determine proper phase sequence (either ABC or CBA). This can be vitally important information when installing, or making wiring changes to motors, wattmeters, transformers, electrical installations, power factor meters or generators. To use, connect the Detector to any 3-phase circuit from 208 to 480 volts, Wye or Delta. Proper phase sequence and all phases present will illuminate the ABC lamp and the three voltage lamps. An open phase condition will illuminate both lamps. If two or more phases are open, neither lamp will illuminate.

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  • 108c

    108C

    Motor Rotation Indicator

    Rotating an electric motor shaft in the wrong direction can cause severe mechanical damage to expensive machinery. The Model 108C Motor Rotation Indicator can quickly show shaft rotation direction, thus becoming a valuable addition to your shop equipment. Designed of the installation of conveyer lines, pump systems and interconnected drives, the Model 108C requires only a few seconds to determine the proper connections to be made. The three leads are color coded: Red=phase A, Black=phase B, and White=phase C. This small device will allow you to connect all motors to run the proper direction.

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  • 108a

    108D

    Phase Sequence Detector

    The Model 108A & 108D Line Voltage & Phase Sequence Detectors permit contractors and maintenance personnel to quickly and easily determine the proper phase sequence (either ABC or CBA), in order to install, or make wiring changes to motors, watt-meters, transformers, electrical installations, power factor meters or generators. Available in 50/60 Hz (Model 108A) and 400 Hz (Model 108D) versions, this tool can also show that all phases are present, or if one or more phases are lost, indicates which of the phases are missing. To use, connect the Detector to any 3-phase circuit from 90 to 600 volts, Wye or Delta. In proper phase sequence, and with all phases present, the ABC lamp, and the three line voltage lamps will illuminate. An open phase condition will illuminate both rotation lamps and only two line voltage lamps.

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  • 125c

    125C

    400 Hz Phase Sequence Detectors

    The Model 108B and Model 125C (400 Hz) Phase Sequence Detectors permit the operator to quickly and easily determine proper phase sequence (either ABC or CBA). This can be vitally important information when installing, or making wiring changes to motors, wattmeters, transformers, electrical installations, power factor meters or generators. To use, connect the Detector to any 3-phase circuit from 208 to 480 volts, Wye or Delta. Proper phase sequence and all phases present will illuminate the ABC lamp and the three voltage lamps. An open phase condition will illuminate both lamps. If two or more phases are open, neither lamp will illuminate.

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    153

    Reverse Phase Relay

    The Model 153 Reverse Phase Relay is designed to continuously monitor phase rotation of 3-phase lines. This device should be used in applications where proper phase rotation is critical, such as fan motors, compressors, grinders, elevators, etc. The solid-state sensing circuit drives an internal electromechanical relay which energizes when power, with correct phase rotation, is applied. The relay will not energize if the applied phases are reversed. It will de-energize if phase rotation is reversed while the motor is running. An LED indicator will illuminate with correct ABC phase rotation.

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  • 158r1

    158B

    3-Phase Monitor

    The Model 158 continuously monitors 3-phase power lines for abnormal conditions. When properly adjusted, the Model 158 monitor will detect phase loss on a loaded motor even when regenerated voltage is present.

    This device consists of a solid-state voltage and phase-angle sensing circuit, driving an electro-mechanical relay. When correct voltage and phase rotation are applied, the internal relay will energize. A fault condition will de-energize the relay. When the fault is corrected, the monitor will automatically reset.

    The Model 158 does not require a neutral connection, and can be used with Wye or Delta systems. Four versions cover 120V, 208/240V, 480V (60Hz) and 380V (50Hz). Voltage ranges are sufficient to allow for proper adjustment to existing conditions. A front-mounted LED failure indicator is provided.

    The R versions of the Model 158 monitor have an additional LED indicator for RESTART and a 5 minute short cycle timer, to delay restarting the motor.

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  • 16-1

    16-1-H-P

    Over and/or Under Voltage Monitor

    The Model 16-1-X-X protects equipment from Over, Under, Over/Under voltage or rapid cycling conditions that can damage valuable equipment. Trip and restart delays are adjustable, or can be disabled. Input voltage ranges are 12-30 VAC/VDC or 30-277 VAC/VDC. The 8-pin plug-in has 2 SPDT relays, while the surface mount case has 1 SPDT relay. See Ordering Information for details. 8-pin plug-in versions require an 8-pin socket, such as Time Mark’s Model 51X120. A proprietary microcontroller-based sensing circuit deenergizes the relay(s) after the trip delay (if enabled) upon detection of harmful voltage conditions. The relay(s) will energize after power line conditions return to an acceptable level and the restart delay time has expired (if enabled). Trip delays can be added to avoid nuisance tripping while restart delays can be used to stagger the startup of equipment or protect compressors. Time Mark’s proprietary microcontroller-based design offers maximum flexibility with an easy to use interface.

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    16-1-H-S

    Over and/or Under Voltage Monitor

    The Model 16-1-X-X protects equipment from Over, Under, Over/Under voltage or rapid cycling conditions that can damage valuable equipment. Trip and restart delays are adjustable, or can be disabled. Input voltage ranges are 12-30 VAC/VDC or 30-277 VAC/VDC. The 8-pin plug-in has 2 SPDT relays, while the surface mount case has 1 SPDT relay. See Ordering Information for details. 8-pin plug-in versions require an 8-pin socket, such as Time Mark’s Model 51X120. A proprietary microcontroller-based sensing circuit deenergizes the relay(s) after the trip delay (if enabled) upon detection of harmful voltage conditions. The relay(s) will energize after power line conditions return to an acceptable level and the restart delay time has expired (if enabled). Trip delays can be added to avoid nuisance tripping while restart delays can be used to stagger the startup of equipment or protect compressors. Time Mark’s proprietary microcontroller-based design offers maximum flexibility with an easy to use interface.

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  • 16-1

    16-1-L-P

    Over and/or Under Voltage Monitor

    The Model 16-1-X-X protects equipment from Over, Under, Over/Under voltage or rapid cycling conditions that can damage valuable equipment. Trip and restart delays are adjustable, or can be disabled. Input voltage ranges are 12-30 VAC/VDC or 30-277 VAC/VDC. The 8-pin plug-in has 2 SPDT relays, while the surface mount case has 1 SPDT relay. See Ordering Information for details. 8-pin plug-in versions require an 8-pin socket, such as Time Mark’s Model 51X120. A proprietary microcontroller-based sensing circuit deenergizes the relay(s) after the trip delay (if enabled) upon detection of harmful voltage conditions. The relay(s) will energize after power line conditions return to an acceptable level and the restart delay time has expired (if enabled). Trip delays can be added to avoid nuisance tripping while restart delays can be used to stagger the startup of equipment or protect compressors. Time Mark’s proprietary microcontroller-based design offers maximum flexibility with an easy to use interface.

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  • 16-1

    16-1-L-S

    Over and/or Under Voltage Monitor

    The Model 16-1-X-X protects equipment from Over, Under, Over/Under voltage or rapid cycling conditions that can damage valuable equipment. Trip and restart delays are adjustable, or can be disabled. Input voltage ranges are 12-30 VAC/VDC or 30-277 VAC/VDC. The 8-pin plug-in has 2 SPDT relays, while the surface mount case has 1 SPDT relay. See Ordering Information for details. 8-pin plug-in versions require an 8-pin socket, such as Time Mark’s Model 51X120. A proprietary microcontroller-based sensing circuit deenergizes the relay(s) after the trip delay (if enabled) upon detection of harmful voltage conditions. The relay(s) will energize after power line conditions return to an acceptable level and the restart delay time has expired (if enabled). Trip delays can be added to avoid nuisance tripping while restart delays can be used to stagger the startup of equipment or protect compressors. Time Mark’s proprietary microcontroller-based design offers maximum flexibility with an easy to use interface.

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  • 160

    160B120

    Over or Under Voltage Monitor

    The Model 160B(R) Voltage Sensor is a single set-point voltage sensor. Input voltages above the set-point cause the output contacts to energize. Input voltages below the set-point cause the output contacts to de-energize. The dead band between pull-in and drop-out is less than 1%.

    Wiring connections are made to 1/4 in.; quick connect terminals. Standard versions have a 2-second restart delay. The R versions of the Model 160B have a fixed 5-minute short cycle delay. The Model 160B has a screwdriver adjustable set-point range of approximately 35% of the maximum voltage. The unit can be factory calibrated to meet specific requirements.

    AC versions of the Model 160B are not frequency sensitive and may be used in systems from 50 to 400 Hz. DC versions, or other short cycle periods, are available on request.

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