American Time DSY261RSAE Owner`s manual

Installation and Operation Manual
DSY261RSAE
Digital Clock/Elapsed
Time Indicator
with Code Blue
®
Part # H004423
Rev. 5
October 2011
Electrical Shock Hazard
DSY261RSAE Owner's Manual
WARNING: Hazardous voltage in electrical equipment can cause severe personal injury or death. Inspection,
installation, and preventive maintenance should only be performed on equipment to which power has been turned
off, disconnected and electrically isolated so no accidental contact can be made with energized parts.
Electrostatic Sensitive Devices
CAUTION: This equipment contains electronic devices that are sensitive to static electric charges. To guarantee
protection for the circuitry of this unit, it is required that electrostatic handling precautions be observed
when installing or repairing this equipment. Any technician or other personnel working on this unit must
wear a static grounding wrist strap or similar device to provide protection of sensitive components.
ATTENTION
OBSERVE PRECAUTIONS
FOR HANDLING
ELECTROSTATIC
SENSITIVE
DEVICES
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Table of Contents
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Important Installation and Warranty Information.....................................................................................................4
Specifications.............................................................................................................................................................5
Description..................................................................................................................................................................6
DSY261RSAE Digital Clock/Timer .....................................................................................................................6
ATSTCS Control Station ....................................................................................................................................7
Installation Instructions ............................................................................................................................................8
DSY261RSAE Installation Instructions................................................................................................................8
ATSTCS Installation Instructions.........................................................................................................................9
Operation .................................................................................................................................................................10
Power Up ........................................................................................................................................................10
Setting Time ...................................................................................................................................................10
Setting the Up Counter Preset Time.................................................................................................................10
Up Counter Elapsed Time Operation.................................................................................................................11
Setting the Down Counter Preset Time............................................................................................................11
Down Counter Elapsed Time Operation............................................................................................................11
Free Running Clock Operation ........................................................................................................................12
Synchronous Secondary Clock Operation .......................................................................................................12
Setting the Secondary Clock Mode Switch ......................................................................................................12
Code Blue..................................................................................................................................................................13
Operation........................................................................................................................................................13
Wiring.............................................................................................................................................................13
Important Considerations................................................................................................................................14
Maintenance.............................................................................................................................................................15
Appendix 1: Wiring For 3-Wire Secondary Clocks.....................................................................................................16
Appendix 2: Wiring For 4-Wire Secondary Clocks.....................................................................................................17
Appendix 3: Using the DSY261RSAE as an Up Counting1 Elapsed Timer Only...........................................................18
Appendix 4: Using the DSY261RSAE as a Down Counting, Elapsed Timer Only..........................................................18
Appendix 5: Operators Flowchart..............................................................................................................................19
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Phone: 800-328-8996
Fax: 800-789-1882
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IMPORTANT INSTALLATION AND WARRANTY INFORMATION
WARRANTY INFORMATION: American Time (the Manufacturer) provides a limited warranty to the Original Purchaser of this
product. The Original Purchaser is the party to whom the Manufacturer issued its Sales Order, generally the Manufacturer’s
distributor. In order to preserve this warranty, it is important that only persons who have been properly trained and authorized by
the Manufacturer service the product.
Other parties involved in the installation of this product may have also provided a warranty, which may be different than that of the
Manufacturer. The Manufacturer will only be responsible to the Original Purchaser and only for the
Manufacturer’s own warranty. For further information regarding the Manufacturer’s warranty, contact the Original
Purchaser.
OWNER’S MANUAL: The owner’s manual does not purport to cover all the details or variations in the equipment described,
nor does it provide for every possible contingency to be met in connection with installation, operation and maintenance. All
specifications subject to change without notice. Should further information be desired or should particular problems arise which
are not covered sufficiently, the matter should be referred to the Installer or Original Purchaser listed below.
INSTALLER INFORMATION
COMPANY: ADDRESS:
INSTALLER: CITY: DATE INSTALLED: PHONE:
STATE:
ZIP:
INSTALLER’S SIGNATURE:
ORIGINAL PURCHASER INFORMATION
COMPANY: PHONE:
ADDRESS: STATE:
CITY: ZIP:
PURCHASER’S PURCHASE ORDER NO:
DATE PURCHASED:
ATS SALES ORDER ACKNOWLEDGMENT NO.:
ORIGINAL PURCHASER’S SIGNATURE:
NOTE: A copy of the above-completed information may be required by the Manufacturer for authorization of Warranty services.
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Specifications
GENERAL
Weight: ...............................Digital Clock/Timer ................................4.27 lb.
................................ATSTCS Control Station............................0.27 lb.
External Dimensions:..........Digital Clock/Timer ................................5.375" X 12.375" X 3"
................................ATSTCS Control Station............................4.63" X 4.56" X 1.25"
SPECIFICATIONS
ELECTRICAL
Power Requirements (Digital Clock/Timer only):
Line Voltage: ...................................................................................... 120/240vac 50/60Hz
Note: Voltage and frequency set by Factory on order
Battery:............................................................................................... 9vdc Rechargeable Ni-Cad Battery
Battery Charger:................................................................................. 9vdc Direct Current source with
................................................................................................ current limiting resistor.
Maximum Current (Digital Clock/Timer only): ..................................... 56 mA (26mA for 240vac version)
Memory Retention on Loss of Line Voltage:...................................... 4 hours with fully charged battery
Distance of ATSTCS from Digital Clock/Timer:.................................. 30-ft maximum with 22 AWG stranded wire
................................................................................................ with minimum 1/32" thick insulation
Clock Circuits: .................................................................................... 3.0mA. max. @ 24vac/120vac
Code Blue Circuits:............................................................................. 3.0mA. max. @ 12vac/vdc-30vac/vdc
ENVIRONMENTAL
Ambient Operating Range:................................................................. 10°C to 49°C (50°F to 120°F)
Recommended Storage Temperature:............................................... -30°C to 45°C (-22°F to 113°F)
................................................................................................ for six months maximum
Humidity:............................................................................................. 85 %RH at 30°C (86°F)
OPERATION
Modes Available:.................12 hour or 24-hour non-system clock
12 hour secondary clock
Incrementing timer with programmable preset value and start/stop capability
Decrementing timer with programmable preset value and start/stop capability
Code Blue incrementing timer
Accuracy: .............................................................................. with line voltage applied - line synchronous
with line voltage not applied - ± 0.005 % at 25°C
Indications:.........................Digital Clock/Timer
hours and minutes - 2.3", bright red, seven segment LED’s
hours and minutes are separated by a colon seconds - 1.0", bright red, seven segment LED’s
................................ATSTCS Control Station
2 second audible alarm
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The DSY261RSAE Digital Clock/Timer is a six-digit multi-function clock/timer. The DSY261RSAE functions as a 12-hour or 24
hour stand-alone clock. The DSY261RSAE can also be wired as a 12-hour secondary clock.
When combined with the ATSTCS Control Station, the DSY261RSAE can also be used as an up or down counting elapsed
timer. The elapsed timers can be started, stopped, resumed, and reset. Both timer modes have a programmable preset value.
When the timer reaches the preset value, a two-second audible alarm sounds from the ATSTCS. The DSY261RSAE contains a
Code Blue up counting elapsed timer that overrides all other modes of operation.
Installation
Description
Clock/Timer Description
DSY261RSAE Digital Clock/Timer
Operation
Digital Clock/Timer
12 3/8”
3.0”
Maintenance
Code Blue
5 3/8” Control Station
ATSTCS Control Station
4 9/16”
6
CLOCK
DOWN
4 1/2”
Appendix
UP
RUN
SET
START/STOP
RESET
INCREMENT
ENTER
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Control Station Switch Functions
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SET
Run/Set Switch Set Position:
This position is used to set a preset up or down counting time (Timer). It is also used to reset the Code Blue timer.
This position is not used for setting time. The controller will allow you to enter in a 12/24 hour mode and set a time. However the time will be controlled and updated by the SiteSync IQ system controller.
This position is used to permit Clock/Timer to operate.
Run Position:
CLOCK DOWN
UP
Up Position:
This position is used to choose up counting elapsed timer mode.
Clock Position: This position is used to choose clock mode.
Down Position: This position is used to choose down counting elapsed timer mode.
Installation
Up/Clock/Down Switch -
Description
RUN
Start/Stop/Increment Switch START/STOP RESET
This button is also used to increment/advance the number value being set when the Run/Set Switch is in Set position.
Reset/Enter Switch This button is used to used to return a timer (excluding the Code Blue timer) to the beginning of its count, when the Run/Set Switch is in Run position.
This button can also be used to select a field (i.e. format, minute digits, hour digits) when the Run/
Set Switch is in Set position.
Maintenance
UP
CLOCK
DOWN
RUN
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START/STOP
RESET
INCREMENT
ENTER
Appendix
SET
Code Blue
ENTER
Operation
INCREMENT
This button is used to start, stop, and resume timer count, when Run/Set Switch is in the Run position (Code Blue timer can only be stopped).
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Operation
Installation
Description
Clock/Timer Installation
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The Digital Clock/Timer can be mounted to a single or double gang box. To install the Digital Clock/Timer, follow the
instructions below. Ensure that installation conforms to the National Electrical Code and local wiring codes.
CAUTION: Electric Shock Hazard! Ensure that NO electrical power is present on any wire before installation.
u
Remove the four sheet metal screws that hold the cover assembly and back plate assembly together. Be sure to keep the sheet metal screw.
v
Make electrical connections (hot, neutral, ground wires) to non-switched electrical circuit wiring using UL approved wire nuts. Route field wiring away from sharp projections, corners and internal components. for Molex, white to negative/common, black to positive/hot and green to ground.
w
Pull the eight wires from the control station through the second bushing of the back plate assembly. The 120vac wires and control station wires should not be run through the same bushing.
x
y
z
Join the two Molex connectors together, placing excess wiring and Molex connectors into the gang box.
Mount the back plate assembly to the single or double gang box.
Connect field wiring interconnecting the Clock/Timer with the ATSTCS Control Station to the appropriate terminals of the Digital Clock/Timer See wiring detail on next page.
Chassis ground MUST be connected to conduit/Earth ground to provide proper protection from electric shock.
Code Blue
CAUTION: Electric Shock Hazard! When making installation, route field wiring away from sharp projections, corners, and
internal components.
 Re-attach the cover assembly to the back plate assembly using the sheet metal screws removed in step 1.
 Apply power to the circuit and confirm correct operation.
Appendix
Maintenance
Installation Schematic
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u Pull interconnecting field wires into the double gang box.
v Connect field wiring interconnecting the ATSTCS Control Station with the Digital Clock/Timer to the Description
The ATSTCS Control Station can be mounted to a double gang box, 11/2 inch deep or deeper. The Control Station can be
mounted up to 30 feet away from the Digital Clock/Timer. The recommended minimum interconnecting field wire size is
#22.8 AWG stranded wire. Ensure that installation conforms to the National Electrical Code and local wiring codes.
CAUTION: Electric Shock Hazard! Ensure that no electrical power is present on any wire before installation.
appropriate wires of the Control Station. See wiring detail below.
w Mount the Control Station to the double gang box using the machine screws provided.
S2
S1
YELLOW
ORANGE
S3
DOWN
BLUE
S4
CLOCK
S5
UP
BROWN
GREY
PIEZO
VIOLET
UNREG
GND
BLACK
RED
12VAC
12VAC
K1–
K1+
K2–
TERMINALS K2+ AND
K2– ARE USED FOR
CODE BLUE MODE
50/60Hz
SET
RUN
START/STOP
INCREMENT
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Typical wiring for the Digital Clock/Timer with Control Station
Maintenance
120 VAC
RESET
ENTER
Code Blue
NEUTRAL
PIEZO
BUZZER
Operation
K2+
Installation
CHASSIS
30 ft. maximum #22
AWG wire (minimum)
with 1/32" insulation
(minimum)
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Operation
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Description
Powering Up
Before applying power, place the SET/RUN switch to the RUN position and the UP/DOWN/CLOCK switch to the CLOCK position.
Apply power to the unit. The displays may rotate during the power on self test and then a version number will appear for a few
seconds. The DSY261RSK will display 1:00:00 and begin keeping time. If the backup battery is not depleted, the self test will
be bypassed and the DSY261RSAE may display a time other than 1:00:00.
Operation
Installation
Setting Time
With the UP/DOWN/CLOCK switch still in the CLOCK position:
Set the SET/RUN switch to the SET position.
The clock will now prompt for a 12 or 24 hour format. Press the INCREMENT switch until the desired format is shown and then
press ENTER.
The clock will now prompt for time. The hours digits will be flashing. Press the INCREMENT switch until the desired hour is
shown and then press ENTER. The minutes digits will be flashing. Press the INCREMENT switch until the until the desired
minutes are shown and then press ENTER. Press the INCREMENT switch again to set the desired seconds and then press
ENTER.
The display will flash donE. Press the SET/RUN switch back to RUN when you want timekeeping to begin at the time you
entered.
The clock will now keep time as a free running clock or as a slave if connected to a master clock and in 12 hour format..
Code Blue
Setting the Up Counter Preset Time
If you want to use the alarm and hold feature with the UP timer, you will need to set a preset time for the UP timer.
Set the UP/DOWN/CLOCK switch to the UP position.
Set the SET/RUN switch to the SET position. The hours digits will be flashing.
Using the INCREMENT switch, set the desired hours for the preset time, then press ENTER. The minutes digits will now be
flashing.
Set the desired minutes the same way, then press ENTER. The seconds digits will then be flashing.
Set the SET/RUN switch back to the RUN position.
Note: A preset of 00:00:00 allows the digital clock/timer to be used as a standard elapsed timer with a maximum elapsed time
of 30:59:59.
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Maintenance
Set the desired seconds the same way, then press ENTER. The display will then flash donE.
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Operation
Up Counter Elapsed Time Operation
When the timer reaches the preset value, it will sound the audible alarm for 2 seconds and hold the time count.
During an UP count elapsed time operation, you can display any of the other time functions using the UP/DOWN/CLOCK switch
as desired.
Installation
u
Set the UP/DOWN/CLOCK switch to the UP position.
v
Press RESET to display 00:00:00.
w
Press the START/STOP switch to begin counting elapsed time.
x
Press the START/STOP switch again to stop and hold the count.
y
Press the START/STOP switch again to resume elapsed time counting.
z
To start over press RESET to display 00:00:00 again.

Description
Once the desired preset value has been set, the unit is now ready to function as an UP count elapsed timer.
Be sure the SET/RUN switch is in the RUN position.
Setting the Down Counter Preset Time
u
Set the SET/RUN switch to the SET position. The hours digits will be flashing.
v
Using the INCREMENT switch, set the desired hours for the preset time, then press ENTER. The minutes digits w
Operation
If you are using the clock as a down counting elapsed timer, you will need to set a preset time to count down from. In this
mode, the alarm and hold will occur at 00:00:00.
Set the UP/DOWN/CLOCK switch to the DOWN position.
will now be flashing.
Using the INCREMENT switch, set the desired minutes for the preset time, then press ENTER. The seconds x
digits will then be flashing.
Using the INCREMENT switch, set the desired seconds for the preset time, then press ENTER. The display will y
then flash donE.
Set the SET/RUN switch back to the RUN position.
z
Code Blue
Down Counter Elapsed Time Operation
When the timer reaches 00:00:00, the timer will stop counting and the audible alarm will sound for 2 seconds.
During a DOWN count elapsed time operation, you can display any of the other time functions using the UP/DOWN/CLOCK
switch as desired
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u
Be sure the SET/RUN switch is in the RUN position.
v
Press RESET to display the preset value which was set previously.
w
Press the START/STOP switch to begin counting down elapsed time.
x
Press the START/STOP switch again to stop and hold the count.
y
Press the START/STOP switch again to resume elapsed time counting.
z
To start over press RESET to display the preset value again.

Maintenance
Once the desired preset value has been set, the unit is now ready to function as a DOWN count elapsed timer.
Set the UP/DOWN/CLOCK switch to the DOWN position.
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The Digital Clock/Timer can be used as a free running clock. No additional connections are required. It will run as a line syn­
chronous clock once time has been set.
Synchronous Secondary Clock Operation
Maintenance
Code Blue
Operation
Correction
240/120/24vac
Return
Sync Signal
from Master Clock
S1
S2
S3
S4
S5
PIEZO
GND
UNREG
12vac
12vac
K1-
K2K1+
The Digital Clock/Timer can be used as a correctable synchronous secondary clock. Simply connect it to a 3- wire or 4-wire,
synchronous master clock system, and set the rotary switch on the circuit board to 2 or 5. The location of the rotary switch
is shown below. For secondary clock wiring see diagrams in Appendix 1 and Appendix 2. It will run free between corrections
synchronized to the AC power line. The Digital Clock/Timer should not be used in the 24 hour format mode if it is connected
to a 3- wire or 4-wire synchronous system, since the 12 hour corrections cannot distinguish AM and PM.
K2+
Installation
Description
Free Running Clock Operation
12vac
Clock/Timer
Power
Setting the Secondary Clock Mode Switch
A small rotary switch on the Digital Clock/Timer circuit board is used to select the secondary clock setting. The numbers on
this switch correspond to the correction settings listed below. For example, if your master clock supports a Faraday 2310-12
secondary clock, you will need to set the Digital Clock/Timer to Correction Setting 5 by turning the switch to position 5. The
location of the rotary switch is shown below. For secondary clock wiring see diagrams in Appendix 1 and Appendix 2
EMULATES THESE CLOCKS:
Cincinnati
Faraday
IBM
Simplex
Stromberg
Lathem
EMULATES THESE CLOCKS:
Faraday
Honeywell
CORRECTION SETTING 2
D1O
2370, 2380
77 Series
77 Series, 93-9,91-1, 941-9,943-9
3000
Type SS Wall Clocks
CORRECTION SETTING 5
2310 Series - Hourly correct only
ST402A
Appendix
Note: Only correction settings 2 & 5 will emulate secondary clocks
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Code Blue
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Description
Operation
A Code Blue is initiated by applying a signal ranging from 12vac/vdc to 30vac/vdc to the K2+ and K2- terminals. See the
sample wiring diagram below for more detail.
The Code Blue timer can be stopped and the time held for viewing by pressing the START/STOP button on the ATSTCS switch
panel. The Code Blue timer cannot be restarted from the switch panel.
To reset the clock back to normal operation, the RUN/SET switch must be set to the SET position momentarily and then
returned to the RUN position.
Operation
All other functions of the clock continue to operate in the background during a Code Blue. Time of day and time corrections
from the SiteSync IQ system controller will not be affected. The standard count up timer and the count down timer will
continue as well. However, if one of these timers is switched on for display when a Code Blue occurs, that particular timer
will be reset when the clock is reset back to normal operation.
Installation
The Code Blue timer is the highest priority function of the clock/timer while in the run mode. No matter which of the 3 normal
functions is being displayed, the Code Blue input will cause the clock to begin counting up elapsed time from 00:00:00.
Description
The Code Blue feature provides an override which forces the clock into a special count up elapsed time mode. No matter
which of the three normal functions is being displayed, Code Blue input will cause the unit to begin counting elapsed time
from 00:00:00. All other functions of the unit continue to operate in the background during a Code Blue.
CODE BLUE WIRING
S2
S1
YELLOW
S3
ORANGE
S5
S4
BLUE
BROWN
PIEZO
GREY
UNREG
GND
VIOLET
BLACK
12VAC
12VAC
K1–
K1+
K2–
CHASSIS
NEUTRAL
50/60Hz
RESET
ENTER
DOWN
SET
RUN
START/STOP
INCREMENT
ATSTCS Control Station
Digital Clock/Timer Code Blue wiring using Control Station.
The Control Station is connected as normal.
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120VAC
PIEZO
BUZZER
CLOCK
UP
12 VAC/DC TO 30 VAC/DC
SUPPLIED BY OTHERS
Maintenance
RED
CODE BLUE CONTACT
FROM OTHER EQUIPMENT
Code Blue
K2+
Digital Clock/Timer
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Description
The ATSTCS must be in the RUN mode for Code Blue to override.
The 12vac/vdc to 30vac/vdc signal that starts the Code Blue timer originates from equipment external to the Digital Clock/
Timer. The external equipment usually employs a switch device (i.e., a relay contact) to apply this signal. That switching
device is often referred to as the Code Blue contact.
The Code Blue contact does not have to open before resetting the Digital Clock/Timer back to normal operation, but must
be opened before another Code Blue can occur. The transition from no voltage to applied voltage (across the K2+ and K2terminals) initiates a Code Blue.
If a power failure occurs during a Code Blue and the back up battery is in place, and the Code Blue contact is still closed
when the power returns, the Code Blue timer will start over from 00:00:00. If the Code Blue contact is open when the power
returns, the Code Blue timer will continue counting the elapsed time including the time while the power was off.
If a power failure occurs during a Code Blue after the Code Blue timer has been stopped for viewing, and the Code Blue
contact is still closed when the power returns, the Code Blue timer will start over from 00:00:00. If the Code Blue contact
is open when the power returns, the elapsed time where the Code Blue timer was stopped prior to the power failure will be
displayed.
Appendix
Maintenance
Code Blue
Operation
Installation
If the Code Blue contact opens and closes again before the Digital Clock/Timer is reset back to normal operation, the Code
Blue timer will start over from 00:00:00.
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Operator Maintenance
Cleaning
Battery Maintenance
It is recommended that the operator remove 120vac power from the Digital Clock/Timer once per year for at least four hours.
Operation
WARNING
Replace the battery only with a 9v Ni-Cad
battery. Do not replace with a regular (primary)
9v transistor battery (i.e., zinc carbon battery,
alkaline battery)! An incompatible battery may
leak or explode, causing equipment damage and/
or personal injury! If battery must be replaced,
contact American Time at 800-328-8996.
Installation
The Digital Clock/Timer uses a single 9vdc Ni-Cad battery rechargeable via an on board charger. This battery retains the time
of day and timer counts when 240vac power is lost. If each in a series of 120vac power losses occur for a similar length of
time, the battery can be conditioned to provide only that amount of backup capacity. This phenomenon is called “memory”
effect. The Ni-Cad battery’s “memory” can be erased by deeply discharging the battery and recharging it.
Description
Occasionally the Digital Clock/Timer and the Control Station will need to be cleaned. Dampen a soft, nonabrasive cloth with
alcohol or a mild detergent. Do not use abrasives or solvents! Gently wipe the exteriors of the units with the cloth.
System Maintenance
Code Blue
The Digital Clock/Timer and ATSTCS Control Station have been manufactured for years of dependable, reliable use. However,
to assure the reliability of this product, it is recommended that the Digital Clock/Timer be tested at least every six (6) months
with the Control Station and Code Blue contact for operation in accordance with wiring configurations used.
Maintenance
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Wiring Diagram for Synchronous Secondary Clock Operation
For use with 3 Wire Clocks
Clock Power120/24vac
from Previous Clock or
Master Clock
Run
Operation
Installation
Description
Appendix 1
Common
Correct
Clock/Timer-120v
Run Voltage
120vac 35mA
K1- Common
UP
CLOCK
SET
START/STOP
RESET
INCREMENT
ENTER
ATSTCS Control Station–
Wire per Wiring Diagram on
Page 9
K1+ Correct
Digital Clock/Timer
Maintenance
Code Blue
DOWN
RUN
Run
Appendix
Common
Correct
To Next Clock
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Appendix 2
From Previous Clock
or Master Clock
Run Power Correction Power
Per Clock 120/24vac
Installation
Run
Description
Wiring Diagram for Synchronous Secondary Clock Operation
For use with 4 Wire Clocks
Run
Common
Correct
Common
Correct
Operation
Clock/Timer-120v
Run Voltage
120vac 35mA
K1-
UP
Correct
Common
CLOCK
DOWN
SET
START/STOP
RESET
INCREMENT
ENTER
ATSTCS Control Station–
Wire per Wiring Diagram on
Page 9
Code Blue
RUN
K1+ Correct
Digital Clock/Timer
Maintenance
Run
Appendix
Run
Common
Correct
Common
Correct
To Next Clock
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Using the Digital Clock/Timer as a Count Up Elapsed Timer Only
S1
S2
S3
S5
PIEZO
S4
YELLOW
CHASSIS
GREY
BLACK
GND
UNREG
12VAC
12VAC
K1–
K1+
Installation
K2–
For applications where the user does not want to use the clock and down count functions, the terminal block can be wired
as shown below. When wired in this manner, the preset time cannot be changed and the alarm will not sound.
K2+
Description
Appendix 3
Operation
RESET
NEUTRAL
120VAC
START/STOP
Appendix 4
S1
S2
YELLOW
S3
S4
S5
PIEZO
GREY
UNREG
12VAC
12VAC
K1–
K1+
GND
BLACK
Maintenance
CHASSIS
K2–
For applications where the user does not want to use the clock and up count functions, the terminal block can be wired as
shown below. When wired in this manner, the preset time cannot be changed and the alarm will not sound.
K2+
Code Blue
Using the Digital Clock/Timer as a Count Down Elapsed Timer Only
RESET
Appendix
NEUTRAL
18
120VAC
START/STOP
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UP/CLOCK/DOWN switch in UP
position
UP/CLOCK/DOWN switch in
DOWN position
SET/RUN switch in SET position
SET/RUN switch in SET position
SET/RUN switch in SET position
Clock display 24Hr or 12Hr
Clock displays flashing hours
digits
Clock displays flashing hours
digits
Push INCREMENT to change
Push INCREMENT to change
Push ENTER
Push ENTER
Clock displays flashing minutes
digits
Clock displays flashing minutes
digits
Push INCREMENT to change
Push INCREMENT to change
Push ENTER
Push ENTER
Clock displays flashing seconds
digits
Clock displays flashing seconds
digits
Push INCREMENT to change
Push INCREMENT to change
Push ENTER
Push ENTER
Display shows DONE
Display shows DONE
Place SET/RUN switch in RUN
position
Place SET/RUN switch in RUN
position
Display shows DONE
To Use UP Counter
To Use DOWN Counter
Place SET/RUN switch in RUN
position
UP/CLOCK/DOWN switch in UP
position
UP/CLOCK/DOWN switch in
DOWN position
To Use as a Clock
Place SET/RUN switch in RUN
position
Place SET/RUN switch in RUN
position
Place RESET to display 00:00:00
Place RESET to display preset
time
Push INCREMENT to change
Push ENTER
Clock displays flashing hours
digits
Push INCREMENT to change
Push ENTER
Clock displays flashing minutes
digits
Push INCREMENT to change
Push ENTER
Clock displays flashing seconds
digits
Push INCREMENT to change
Push ENTER
Place SET/RUN switch in RUN
position
UP/CLOCK/DOWN switch in
CLOCK position
Place START/STOP to Begin
Place START/STOP to Hold
Place START/STOP to begin
again
Code Blue Operation
SET/RUN switch MUST be in
RUN position
Alarm will sound when preset
time is reached
Press RESET to reset counter
To stop and hold code blue time
for viewing, press START/STOP
Place START/STOP to begin
again
Digital Clock/Timer
Alarm will sound 00:00:00 is
reached
Press RESET to reset counter
Appendix
© American Time
Place START/STOP to Hold
12 3/8”
To Reset Clock/Timer to
Normal Operation
Place SET/RUN switch
momentarily in SET position and
return switch to RUN position
Place START/STOP to Begin
Maintenance
UP/CLOCK/DOWN switch in
CLOCK position
Code Blue
To Set DOWN Counter Preset
Operation
To Set UP Counter Preset
Installation
To Set Time
Description
Operator's Flowchart
UP
CLOCK
DOWN
RUN
SET
START/STOP
RESET
INCREMENT
ENTER
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