• 2644-3-Phase-Monitor

    D2644M

    3-Phase Monitor

    The Model 2644 3-Phase Monitor continuously monitors 3-phase Wye or Delta systems for abnormal conditions.

    The solid-state electronic sensing circuitry drives an internal DPDT relay, allowing the Model 2644 to operate two motor control circuits, or a control circuit and an alarm circuit. An adjustable trip delay reduces or eliminates nuisance tripping caused by momentary voltage fluctuations on motor start-up. An optional restart delay gives approximately a 3.5-minute delay when the relay drops out, to allow compressor head pressures to bleed off, in the event of short-term power failures.

    Voltage adjustment ranges are sufficiently wide to allow for proper calibration to existing conditions. Both TRIP and NORM indicators are provided to aid in adjustment and system troubleshooting. Automatic and manual reset versions are available. The Model 2644 Monitor is not sensitive to line current, and can be used with any size motor or compressor.

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  • 2644-3-Phase-Monitor

    D2644R

    3-Phase Monitor

    The Model 2644 3-Phase Monitor continuously monitors 3-phase Wye or Delta systems for abnormal conditions.

    The solid-state electronic sensing circuitry drives an internal DPDT relay, allowing the Model 2644 to operate two motor control circuits, or a control circuit and an alarm circuit. An adjustable trip delay reduces or eliminates nuisance tripping caused by momentary voltage fluctuations on motor start-up. An optional restart delay gives approximately a 3.5-minute delay when the relay drops out, to allow compressor head pressures to bleed off, in the event of short-term power failures.

    Voltage adjustment ranges are sufficiently wide to allow for proper calibration to existing conditions. Both TRIP and NORM indicators are provided to aid in adjustment and system troubleshooting. Automatic and manual reset versions are available. The Model 2644 Monitor is not sensitive to line current, and can be used with any size motor or compressor.

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  • 265-3-Phase-Monitor

    D265

    3-Phase Monitor

    The Model 265 3-Phase Monitor continuously monitors 3-phase Wye or Delta systems for phase loss, low voltage and phase reversal. When properly adjusted, the Model 265 Monitor will detect phase loss on a loaded motor even when regenerated voltage is present.

    The solid-state sensing circuit drives an internal relay, in a fail-safe configuration, i. e. , the relay is energized when correct voltage and phase rotation are applied.

    Operating power for the Model 265 is drawn from the 3-phase lines being monitored. An adjustable timer delays restarting of the load, allowing up to five minutes for compressor head pressures to bleed off, in the event of short-term power failures.

    The Model 265 Monitor is not sensitive to line current, and can be used with any size motor or compressor. Automatic and manual reset versions are available.

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  • 2652-3-Phase-Monitor

    D2652

    3-Phase Monitor

    The Model 2652 3-Phase Monitor is designed to protect motors, pumps, HVAC equipment, air compressors, etc. , by sensing phase loss, low voltage or phase reversal.

    With correct power applied, the DPDT output contacts transfer, and drop out when a fault condition or loss of power occurs. An adjustable trip delay prevents nuisance tripping. The restart delay timer prevents short cycling, which is primarily used with HVAC and compressor motors.

    The DPDT output contacts allow the Model 2652 to be used in control circuits and alarm circuits. The automatic reset version can be converted to a manual reset, by adding a normally closed switch. The different voltage versions of the Model 2652 can be adjusted over a wide operating range. This unit is housed in an ABS plastic surface-mount case to reduce space requirements.

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  • 471-Multi-Stage-Alternator

    D471

    Multi-Stage Alternator

    The Model 471 Multi-Stage Alternator is designed to control the operating sequence of multi-stage pumping systems. it can also be used to maintain the desired level of pressure on air compressor systems. Four PUMP SELECT DIP switches located on the front panel allow the alternator to control a single-pump, two-pump, three-pump or four-pump system. Only one switch needs to be set for the total number of pumps in the system. The Model 471 will assure that only the necessary pumps are operating, and that the run time for each pump is approximately equal. Pumps are sequenced first-on and first-off. If the pumping demand requires only one pump at a time, the alternator will start the next pump in sequence each time an input switch is closed. Input switches may be float switches, pressure switches, flow switches, etc. , as required by the application.

    Potential uses for the Model 471 include water supply systems, sewage disposal plant systems, storage tank filling systems, air compressor systems, irrigation and water recycling systems.

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  • 260-Over-or-Under-Voltage-Monitor

    DC260B-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

    DC260B-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

    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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