• 260-Over-or-Under-Voltage-Monitor

    DC260B-30-46

    Over or Under Voltage Monitor

    The Model 260 Voltage Sensor is a single set-point voltage sensor. Input voltages above the set-point cause the output contacts to energize (contacts 1 & 8 closed). Input voltages below the set-point cause the output contacts to de-energize (contacts 1 & 2 closed). The dead band between pull-in and drop-out is less than 2%.

    The standard unit has a screwdriver, or fingertip adjustable set-point range of approximately 35%. of the maximum voltage. This device can also be provided with a factory calibrated trip point.

    AC versions of the Model 260 Voltage Sensor are not frequency sensitive, and may be used in systems from 50 Hz to 400 Hz. DC models are not polarity sensitive. This device requires a standard 8-pin socket, such as Time Mark’s Model 51×120.

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  • 260-Over-or-Under-Voltage-Monitor

    DC260B-42-64

    Over or Under Voltage Monitor

    The Model 260 Voltage Sensor is a single set-point voltage sensor. Input voltages above the set-point cause the output contacts to energize (contacts 1 & 8 closed). Input voltages below the set-point cause the output contacts to de-energize (contacts 1 & 2 closed). The dead band between pull-in and drop-out is less than 2%.

    The standard unit has a screwdriver, or fingertip adjustable set-point range of approximately 35%. of the maximum voltage. This device can also be provided with a factory calibrated trip point.

    AC versions of the Model 260 Voltage Sensor are not frequency sensitive, and may be used in systems from 50 Hz to 400 Hz. DC models are not polarity sensitive. This device requires a standard 8-pin socket, such as Time Mark’s Model 51×120.

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  • 260-Over-or-Under-Voltage-Monitor

    DC260B-60-92

    Over or Under Voltage Monitor

    The Model 260 Voltage Sensor is a single set-point voltage sensor. Input voltages above the set-point cause the output contacts to energize (contacts 1 & 8 closed). Input voltages below the set-point cause the output contacts to de-energize (contacts 1 & 2 closed). The dead band between pull-in and drop-out is less than 2%.

    The standard unit has a screwdriver, or fingertip adjustable set-point range of approximately 35%. of the maximum voltage. This device can also be provided with a factory calibrated trip point.

    AC versions of the Model 260 Voltage Sensor are not frequency sensitive, and may be used in systems from 50 Hz to 400 Hz. DC models are not polarity sensitive. This device requires a standard 8-pin socket, such as Time Mark’s Model 51×120.

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  • 260-Over-or-Under-Voltage-Monitor

    DC260B-90-150

    Over or Under Voltage Monitor

    The Model 260 Voltage Sensor is a single set-point voltage sensor. Input voltages above the set-point cause the output contacts to energize (contacts 1 & 8 closed). Input voltages below the set-point cause the output contacts to de-energize (contacts 1 & 2 closed). The dead band between pull-in and drop-out is less than 2%.

    The standard unit has a screwdriver, or fingertip adjustable set-point range of approximately 35%. of the maximum voltage. This device can also be provided with a factory calibrated trip point.

    AC versions of the Model 260 Voltage Sensor are not frequency sensitive, and may be used in systems from 50 Hz to 400 Hz. DC models are not polarity sensitive. This device requires a standard 8-pin socket, such as Time Mark’s Model 51×120.

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  • 260-Over-or-Under-Voltage-Monitor

    DC260BM-160-250

    Over or Under Voltage Monitor

    The Model 260 Voltage Sensor is a single set-point voltage sensor. Input voltages above the set-point cause the output contacts to energize (contacts 1 & 8 closed). Input voltages below the set-point cause the output contacts to de-energize (contacts 1 & 2 closed). The dead band between pull-in and drop-out is less than 2%.

    The standard unit has a screwdriver, or fingertip adjustable set-point range of approximately 35%. of the maximum voltage. This device can also be provided with a factory calibrated trip point.

    AC versions of the Model 260 Voltage Sensor are not frequency sensitive, and may be used in systems from 50 Hz to 400 Hz. DC models are not polarity sensitive. This device requires a standard 8-pin socket, such as Time Mark’s Model 51×120.

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  • 260-Over-or-Under-Voltage-Monitor

    DC260BM-20-24

    Over or Under Voltage Monitor

    The Model 260 Voltage Sensor is a single set-point voltage sensor. Input voltages above the set-point cause the output contacts to energize (contacts 1 & 8 closed). Input voltages below the set-point cause the output contacts to de-energize (contacts 1 & 2 closed). The dead band between pull-in and drop-out is less than 2%.

    The standard unit has a screwdriver, or fingertip adjustable set-point range of approximately 35%. of the maximum voltage. This device can also be provided with a factory calibrated trip point.

    AC versions of the Model 260 Voltage Sensor are not frequency sensitive, and may be used in systems from 50 Hz to 400 Hz. DC models are not polarity sensitive. This device requires a standard 8-pin socket, such as Time Mark’s Model 51×120.

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  • 260-Over-or-Under-Voltage-Monitor

    DC260BM-30-46

    Over or Under Voltage Monitor

    The Model 260 Voltage Sensor is a single set-point voltage sensor. Input voltages above the set-point cause the output contacts to energize (contacts 1 & 8 closed). Input voltages below the set-point cause the output contacts to de-energize (contacts 1 & 2 closed). The dead band between pull-in and drop-out is less than 2%.

    The standard unit has a screwdriver, or fingertip adjustable set-point range of approximately 35%. of the maximum voltage. This device can also be provided with a factory calibrated trip point.

    AC versions of the Model 260 Voltage Sensor are not frequency sensitive, and may be used in systems from 50 Hz to 400 Hz. DC models are not polarity sensitive. This device requires a standard 8-pin socket, such as Time Mark’s Model 51×120.

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  • 260-Over-or-Under-Voltage-Monitor

    DC260BM-42-64

    Over or Under Voltage Monitor

    The Model 260 Voltage Sensor is a single set-point voltage sensor. Input voltages above the set-point cause the output contacts to energize (contacts 1 & 8 closed). Input voltages below the set-point cause the output contacts to de-energize (contacts 1 & 2 closed). The dead band between pull-in and drop-out is less than 2%.

    The standard unit has a screwdriver, or fingertip adjustable set-point range of approximately 35%. of the maximum voltage. This device can also be provided with a factory calibrated trip point.

    AC versions of the Model 260 Voltage Sensor are not frequency sensitive, and may be used in systems from 50 Hz to 400 Hz. DC models are not polarity sensitive. This device requires a standard 8-pin socket, such as Time Mark’s Model 51×120.

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  • 260-Over-or-Under-Voltage-Monitor

    DC260BM-60-92

    Over or Under Voltage Monitor

    The Model 260 Voltage Sensor is a single set-point voltage sensor. Input voltages above the set-point cause the output contacts to energize (contacts 1 & 8 closed). Input voltages below the set-point cause the output contacts to de-energize (contacts 1 & 2 closed). The dead band between pull-in and drop-out is less than 2%.

    The standard unit has a screwdriver, or fingertip adjustable set-point range of approximately 35%. of the maximum voltage. This device can also be provided with a factory calibrated trip point.

    AC versions of the Model 260 Voltage Sensor are not frequency sensitive, and may be used in systems from 50 Hz to 400 Hz. DC models are not polarity sensitive. This device requires a standard 8-pin socket, such as Time Mark’s Model 51×120.

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  • 260-Over-or-Under-Voltage-Monitor

    DC260BM-90-150

    Over or Under Voltage Monitor

    The Model 260 Voltage Sensor is a single set-point voltage sensor. Input voltages above the set-point cause the output contacts to energize (contacts 1 & 8 closed). Input voltages below the set-point cause the output contacts to de-energize (contacts 1 & 2 closed). The dead band between pull-in and drop-out is less than 2%.

    The standard unit has a screwdriver, or fingertip adjustable set-point range of approximately 35%. of the maximum voltage. This device can also be provided with a factory calibrated trip point.

    AC versions of the Model 260 Voltage Sensor are not frequency sensitive, and may be used in systems from 50 Hz to 400 Hz. DC models are not polarity sensitive. This device requires a standard 8-pin socket, such as Time Mark’s Model 51×120.

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  • DRA-1-DIN-Rail-Adapter

    DRA-1

    DIN Rail Adapter

    The DRA-1 DIN Rail Adapter is designed for quick attachment and detachment of various surface-mount devices onto a standard 35mm DIN rail. Four #8-32 mounting holes are located on the face of the Adapter support numerous models. The Adapter and grip plate are made of 20-gauge steel and assembled as one unit for durability. Constructed with two high-tension extension springs, the DRA-1 Adapter will securely fasten surface-mount enclosures to a standard 35mm DIN rail. The mounting hole pattern matches a standard Time Mark surface-mount enclosure.

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  • 158-3-Phase-Monitor

    EX158B

    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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