• 16-1-Over-Under-Voltage-Monitor

    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-Over-Under-Voltage-Monitor

    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-Over-Under-Voltage-Monitor

    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-Over-Under-Voltage-Monitor

    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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