KRPS Series Data Sheet

KRPS Series Data Sheet
Timer
KRPS Series
The KRPS Series is a factory programmed time
delay relay available with 1 of 15 functions and
measures only 2 inches square. The KRPS offers
a wide range of fixed, onboard, or externally
adjustable time delays. The output relay contacts
offer a full 10A rating with complete isolation. Its
microcontroller timing circuit provides excellent
repeat accuracy and stability. Encapsulation
protects against shock, vibration, and humidity.
The KRPS Series is a cost effective approach for
OEM applications that require small size, isolation,
accuracy, and long life. Special time ranges and
functions are available.
See Appendix B, page 165, Figure 1 for dimensional
drawing.
Connection:
L1
Output Current/Ambient Temperature:
N/L2
Features:
•Choose 1 of 15 standard functions
•Special time ranges & functions available
•Factory programmed
•Microcontroller circuitry, ±0.5% repeat
accuracy
•Isolated, 10A, SPDT output contacts
•Input voltage from 12 to 240V in 2 ranges
•Delays from 0.1s - 1000h in 9 ranges
Approvals:
Auxiliary Products:
• External adjust potentiometer:
P/N: P1004-95
P/N: P1004-95-X
• Versa-knob: P/N: P0700-7
• Female quick connect:
P/N: P1015-64 (AWG 14/16)
• Quick connect to screw adaptor:
P/N: P1015-18
• DIN rail: P/N: C103PM (Al)
• DIN rail adaptor: P/N: P1023-20
Available Models:
KRPS1110SM
KRPSD10.1SF
KRPS4160MM
KRPSD10.1SM
KRPS425M
KRPSD10.5SS
KRPS913MB
KRPSD12STS
KRPSA10.1SFT
KRPSD13SB
KRPSA10.5SFT
KRPSD21B
KRPSA110SM
KRPSD21M
KRPSA12MM
KRPSD22M
KRPSA12SM
KRPSD22PSD
KRPSA15SM
KRPSD22S
KRPSA21RE
KRPSD24B
KRPSA22B
KRPSD24M
KRPSA22PSD
KRPSD25B
KRPSA24M
KRPSD25S
KRPSA28PSE
If desired part number is not listed, please call us to
see if it is technically possible to build.
V = Voltage
C = Common, Transfer Contact
NC = Normally Closed
NO = Normally Open
S1 = Initiate Switch
UTL = Untimed Load
A knob is supplied for adjustable units, or
RT terminals 4 & 5 for external adjust. See
external adjustment vs. time delay chart. The
untimed load is optional. S1 is not used for
some functions.
Order Table:
KRPS
X
Input
─A - 24 to 240VAC/DC
─D - 12 to 48VDC
─1 - 12VDC
─4 - 120VAC
─9 - 230VAC
X
Adjustment
─1 - Fixed
─2 - Onboard adjust
─3 - External adjust
*If fixed delay is selected,
insert delay (0.1-1000)
followed by (S) secs.,
(M) mins., or (H) hrs.
X
Delay*
─1 - 0.1 - 10s
─2 - 1 - 100s
─3 - 10 - 1000s
─4 - 0.1 - 10m
─5 - 1 - 100m
─6 - 10 - 1000m
─7 - 0.1 - 10h
─8 - 1 - 100h
─9 - 10 - 1000h
X
Function
─Specify function
Functions:
M, B, RE, RD, S, SD, I,
TS, US, UB, AM, PSD,
FT, F, SF
For a complete list of functions with descriptions and diagrams,
see Appendix A - Timer Functions, pages 156-164.
Specifications
Time Delay
Type. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Range. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Repeat Accuracy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Tolerance (Factory Calibration). . . . . . . . . . .
Reset Time. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Initiate Time. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Time Delay vs Temp. & Voltage. . . . . . . . . .
Input
Voltage. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Tolerance
12 to 48VDC. . . . . . . . . . . .
24 to 240VAC/DC. . . . . . . . . . .
AC Line Frequency / DC Ripple. . . . . . . . . .
Power Consumption. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Output
Type. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Form. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Rating (at 40°C) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4
Microcontroller circuitry
0.1s - 1000h in 9 adjustable ranges or fixed
±0.5% or 20ms, whichever is greater
≤ ±2%
≤ 150ms
≤ 40ms; ≤ 750 operations per minute
≤ ±2%
12 to 48VDC; 24 to 240VAC/DC
-15% - 20%
-20% - 10%
50/60Hz / ≤ 10%
AC ≤ 2VA; DC ≤ 2W
Isolated relay contacts
SPDT
10A resistive @ 125VAC
5A resistive @ 230VAC & 28VDC
1/4 hp @ 125VAC
Max. Switching Voltage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Life (Operations) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Protection
Circuitry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Isolation Voltage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Insulation Resistance. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Polarity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Mechanical
Mounting. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Dimensions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Termination . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Environmental
Operating / Storage Temperature.. . . . . . . .
Humidity. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Weight. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
250VAC
Mechanical - 1 x 107; Electrical - 1 x 105
Encapsulated
≥ 1500V RMS input to output
≥ 100 MΩ
DC units are reverse polarity protected
Surface mt. with one #10 (M5 x 0.8) screw
2 x 2 x 1.21 in (50.8 x 50.8 x 30.7 mm)
0.25 in. (6.35 mm) male quick connects
-40° to 60°C / -40° to 85°C
95% relative, non-condensing
≅ 2.6 oz (74 g)
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Appendix A - Timer Functions
Selecting a Timer’s Function
Selecting one of the five most common timing functions can be as easy as answering three questions on the chart below. If you have trouble answering
these questions, try drawing a connection diagram that shows how the timer and load are connected. Time diagrams and written descriptions of the
five most popular functions, plus other common functions. Instantaneous contacts, accumulation, pause timing functions, and flashing LED’s are
included in some units to expand the versatility of the timer. These expanded operations are explained on the product’s catalog page. Time diagrams
are used on these pages along with text and international symbols for functions.
Function Selection Guide
THE FIVE MOST USED FUNCTIONS
Selection Questions
1) The timing starts when the initiate (starting) contacts are:
A) Closed
B) Opened
2) What is the status of the output (or load) during timing:
A) On
B) Off
C) On/Off
3) Will the load de-energize
(or remain de-energized)
if the initiate (starting) contacts are opened during timing:
A) Yes
B) No
Understanding Time Diagrams
Time diagrams are used to show the relative operation of switches,
controls, and loads as time progresses. Time begins at the first vertical
boundary. There may be a line indicating the start of the operation or it
may just begin with the transition of the device that starts the operation.
Each row in the time diagram represents a separate component.
These rows will be labeled with the name of the device or its terminal
connection numbers. In a bistable or digital system, the switches,
controls, or loads can only be ON or OFF. The time lines are drawn
to represent these two possible conditions. Vertical lines are used to
define important starting or ending points in the operation.
The example to the right is the most common type of time diagram
in use in North America. It shows the energizing of loads, and the
closing of switches and contacts by an ascending vertical transition of
the time line. Opening switches or contacts or de-energizing loads are
represented by descending vertical transitions.
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TIME DIAGRAM
Example:
Input
Initiate
Switch
Applied
Off
Closed
Open
Delay-on-Break (Release)
Output
Energized
(Normally De-energized
Open)
R = Reset TD = Time Delay S1 = Initiate Switch
Undefined time t = Incomplete Time Delay
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Appendix A - Timer Functions
INTERNATIONAL TIMING FUNCTION SYMBOLS
= Delay-on-Make; ON-delay
= Delay-on-Break; OFF-delay
= Delay-on-Make & Break; ON and OFF-delay
= Interval; Impulse-ON
= Trailing Edge Interval; Impulse-OFF
= Single Shot; Pulse Former
= Flasher - ON Time First; Recycling Equal Times - ON First
= Flasher - OFF Time First; Recycling Equal Times - OFF First
= Recycling - Unequal Times; Pulse Generator
= Recycling - Unequal Times Starting with ON or OFF
= Delay-on-Make & Interval; Single Pulse Generator
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Delay-on-Make: (ProgramaCube Function M)
Delay-on-Make (ON-delay)
(ON-delay, Delay on Operate, On Delay, Operate Delay, Delay On, Prepurge Delay)
OPERATION: Upon application of input voltage, the time delay begins. The output (relay or solid state)
is de-energized before and during the time delay. At the end of the time delay, the output energizes
and remains energized until input voltage is removed.
RESET: Removing input voltage resets the time delay and output.
See: HRPS, KRPS, KSPS, KSPU, NHPS, NHPU, TDM, TRDU
Extra Functions Included in Some Delay-on-Make (DOM) Timers:
Accumulating
Delay-on-Make (Operate)
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Accumulating Time Delay Feature: (ProgramaCube Function AM)
Some DOM timers allow the time delay to be stopped and held and then resumed by opening and closing
an external switch. The total time delay, TD is the sum of the accumulated partial time delays, “t”.
See: KRPD, KRPS, HRPS, NHPS, KSPD, KSPS, TRDU
Instantaneous Contacts:
Some DOM timers have a set of instantaneous contacts in addition to the delayed contacts. Instantaneous
contacts energize when input voltage is applied and remain until voltage is removed.
Delay-on-Make (Normally Closed)
Delay-on-Make, Normally Closed Output:
All relay output delay-on-make timers with normally closed contacts include this function. (See Delayon-Make NC Contacts) This function is also available in solid-state output timers. The solid-state output
energizes when input voltage is applied. The time delay begins when an optional initiate switch S1 is closed
(timing starts when voltage is applied if S1 is not used). The output de-energizes at the end of the time delay.
Reset: Opening S1 resets the time delay and the output immediately energizes (or remains energized).
Removing input voltage resets the time delay and de-energizes the output.
See: KSD4, THD4, TS4, TSD4
Interval (Impulse ON)
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Interval: (ProgramaCube Function I)
(Impulse-ON, Single Pulse on Operate, On Interval, Interval On, Pulse Shaping, Bypass Timing)
OPERATION: Upon application of input voltage, the time delay begins. The output (relay or solid
state) energizes during the time delay. At the end of time delay the output de-energizes and remains
de-energized until input voltage is removed.
RESET: Removing input voltage resets the time delay and output.
See: HRPS, KRPS, KSPS, KSPU, NHPS, NHPU, TDI, TSD2
Extra Functions Included on Some Interval Timers:
Instantaneous Contacts:
Some Interval timers have a set of intantaneous contacts in addition to the delayed contacts.
Intantaneous contacts energize when input voltage is applied and remain until voltage is removed.
Legend
V = Voltage NO = Normally Open Contact
R = Reset NC = Normally Closed Contact
TD = Time Delay
t = Incomplete (Partial) Time Delay
S1 = Initiate Switch L = Load
= Undefined time
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Timer Functions
Popular Functions
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Recycling: (ProgramaCube Functions RE, RD, RXE, RXD)
(Flasher, Pulse Generator, Recycle Timing, Repeat Cycle, Duty Cycling)
OPERATION: Upon application of input voltage, the output (relay or solid state) energizes
and the ON time begins. At the end of the ON time, the output de-energizes and the OFF
time begins. At the end of the OFF time, the output energizes and the cycle repeats as long
as input voltage is applied. The OFF time may be the first delay in some recycling timers.
RESET: Removing input voltage resets the output and time delays, and returns the
sequence to the first delay.
The time delays in some recycling timers are equal TD1=TD2. Flashers are an example of this type of
recycling timer. Others have separately selectable time delays.
See: HRPD, HRPS, KRPD, KRPS, KSPD, KSPS, KSPU, NHPD, NHPS, NHPU, TDR
Recycling w/Reset Switch
Extra Functions Included in Some Recycling Timers:
Instantaneous Contacts:
Some Recycling timers have a set of instantaneous contacts in addition to the delayed contacts.
Instantaneous contacts energize when input voltage is applied and remain until voltage is removed.
RESET SWITCH: Closing an external switch transfers the output and resets the sequence to the first delay.
See: HRDR
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Delay-on-Break: (ProgramaCube Function B)
(Delay on Release, OFF-delay, Release Delay, Postpurge Delay)
OPERATION: Input voltage must be applied before and during timing. Upon closure of the initiate
switch, the output (relay or solid state) energizes. The time delay begins when the initiate switch is
opened. The output remains energized during timing. At the end of the time delay, the output deenergizes. The output will energize if the initiate switch is closed when input voltage is applied.
RESET: Reclosing the initiate switch during timing resets the time delay. Removing input voltage resets
the time delay and output.
See: HRPS, HRPU, KRPS, KSPS, KSPU, NHPS, NHPU, TRDU, TDB
Delay-on-Break (OFF-delay)
Extra Functions Included in Some Delay-on-Break (DOB) Timers:
Instantaneous Contacts:
Some DOB timers have a set of instantaneous contacts in addition to the delayed contacts. Instantaneous
contacts energize when input voltage is applied and remain until voltage is removed.
Related Functions:
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Inverted Delay-on-Break: (ProgramaCube Function UB)
Inverted Delay-on-Break
OPERATION: Input voltage must be applied before and during timing. Upon closure of the initiate
switch S1, the output (relay or solid state) de-energizes. The time delay begins when S1 is opened. The
output remains de-energized during timing. At the end of the time delay, the output energizes. The
output remains de-energized if S1 is closed when input voltage is applied
RESET: Reclosing S1 during timing resets the time delay. Removing input voltage resets the time delay
and output.
See: HRPS, HRPU, KRPS, KSPS, KSPU, NHPS, NHPU, TRDU
Legend
V = Voltage
R = Reset
T1 = ON Time
T2 = OFF Time
S1 =Initiate Switch
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NO = Normally Open Contact
NC = Normally Closed Contact
t = Incomplete Time Delay
TD, TD1, TD2 = Time Delay
= Undefined Time
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Single Shot: (ProgramaCube Functions S or SD)
(Pulse Former, One Shot Relay, Single Shot Interval, Pulse Shaping)
OPERATION: Input voltage must be applied before and during timing. Upon momentary or maintained
closure of the initiate switch, the output (relay or solid state) energizes and the time delay begins. At
the end of the delay, the output de-energizes. Opening or reclosing the initiate switch during timing
has no effect on the time delay. Note (for most single shot timers): If the initiate switch is closed when
input voltage is applied, the output energizes and the time delay begins.
RESET: Reset occurs when the time delay is complete and the initiate switch is opened. Removing input
voltage resets the time delay and output.
See: HRPS, HRPU, KRPS, KSPS, KSPU, NHPS, NHPU, TDS, TSDS, TRDU
Single Shot (Pulse Former)
Extra Functions Included in Some Single Shot Timers:
Instantaneous Contacts:
Some Single Shot timers have a set of instantaneous contacts in addition to the delayed contacts.
Instantaneous contacts energize when input voltage is applied and remain until voltage is removed.
Related Functions:
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Retriggerable Single Shot (Motion Detector): (ProgramaCube Function PSD)
(Motion Detector, Zero Speed Switch, Watchdog Timer, Missing Pulse Timer)
OPERATION: Input voltage must be applied prior to and during timing. The output (relay or solid state)
is de-energized. When the initiate switch S1 closes momentarily or maintained, the output energizes
and the time delay begins. Upon completion of the delay, the output de-energizes.
RESET: Reclosing S1 resets the time delay and restarts timing. Removing input voltage resets the time
delay and output.
See: HRD9, HRPS, HRPU, KRD9, KRPS, KSPS, KSPU, NHPS, NHPU, TRDU, TRU
®
Retriggerable Single Shot (Motion Detector): (ProgramaCube Function PSE)
OPERATION: Similar to retriggerable single shot function PSD above except, when input voltage is applied,
the output (relay or solid state) immediately energizes and timing begins. At the end of the time delay, the
output de-energizes. The unit will timeout as long as S1 remains open or closed for a full time delay period.
RESET: During timing, reclosing S1 resets and restarts the time delay and the output remains energized.
After timeout, reclosing S1 starts a new operation. Removing input voltage resets the time delay and
the output.
See: KRD9
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Inverted Single Shot: (ProgramaCube Function US)
OPERATION: Input voltage must be applied before and during timing. Upon momentary or
maintained closure of the initiate switch S1, the output (relay or solid state) de-energizes. At the
end of the time delay, the output energizes. Opening or reclosing S1 during timing has no affect on
the time delay. The output will remain de-energized if S1 is closed when input voltage is applied.
RESET: Reset occurs when the time delay is complete and S1 is open. Removing input voltage resets
the time delay and output.
See: HRPS, HRPU, KRPS, KSPS, KSPU, NHPS, NHPU, TRDU
®
Trailing Edge Single Shot (Impulse-OFF): (ProgramaCube Function TS)
OPERATION: Input voltage must be applied before and during timing. When the initiate switch
S1 opens, the output (relay or solid state) energizes. At the end of the time delay, the output
de-energizes. Reclosing and opening S1 during timing has no affect on the time delay. The output will
not energize if S1 is open when input voltage is applied.
RESET: Reset occurs when the time delay is complete and S1 is closed. Removing input voltage resets
the time delay and output.See: HRPS, KRPS, KSPS, KSPU, NHPU, TRDU
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Motion Detector (PSD)
Retriggerable Single Shot
Motion Detector (PSE)
Retriggerable Single Shot
Inverted Single Shot
Trailing Edge Single Shot
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Appendix A - Timer Functions
Timer Functions
Two Functions in One Timer
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Delay-on-Make/Delay-on-Break: (ProgramaCube Function MB)
(ON-delay/OFF-delay, Delay on Operate/Delay on Release, Sequencing ON & OFF, Fan Delay,
Prepurge & Postpurge)
OPERATION: Input voltage must be applied at all times. The output (relay or solid state) is deenergized. Upon closure of the S1 initiate switch, the delay-on-make time delay (TD1) begins. At
the end of TD1, the output (relay or solid state) energizes. Opening S1 starts the delay-on-break time
delay (TD2). At the end of TD2, the output de-energizes.
RESET: Removing input voltage resets time delays and the output.If S1 is a) opened during TD1,
then TD1 is reset and the output remains de-energized. b) reclosed during TD2, then TD2 is reset
and the output remains energized.
See: HRPD, KRPD, KSPD, NHPD
Delay-on-Make/
Delay-on-Break
Extra Functions Included in Some Delay-on-Make/Delay-on-Break Timers:
Instantaneous Contacts:
Some DOM/DOB timers have a set of instantaneous contacts in addition to the delayed contacts.
Instantaneous contacts energize when input voltage is applied and remain until voltage is removed.
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Delay-on-Make/Interval: (ProgramaCube Function MI)
(Single Pulse Generator, Delayed Interval, Delay on Operate/Single Pulse on Operate)
OPERATION: Upon application of input voltage, the delay-on-make time delay (TD1) begins, the
output remains de-energized. At the end of this delay, the output (relay or solid state) energizes
and the interval delay (TD2) begins. At the end of the interval delay (TD2), the output de-energizes.
RESET: Removing input voltage resets the output, the time delays and returns the sequence to the
first delay.
See: ESD5, HRPD, KRPD, KSPD, NHPD, TRDU
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Accumulative Delay-on-Make/Interval: (ProgramaCube Function AMI)
OPERATION: Input voltage must be applied before and during timing. The output is de-energized before
and during the TD1 time delay. Each time S1 closes, the time delay progresses; when it opens, timing stops.
When the amount of time S1 is closed equals the full TD1 delay, the output (relay or solid state) energizes
for TD2. Upon completion of TD2, the output relay de-energizes. Opening S1 during TD2 has no affect.
RESET: Removing input voltage resets the time delay, output relay, and the sequence to the first delay.
See: HRPD, KRPD, KSPD, NHPD
Delay-on-Make/
Interval
Accumulative Delay-on-Make/
Interval
Legend
V = Voltage
S1 = Initiate Switch
R = Reset
TD1, TD2 = Time Delay
NO = Normally Open
NC = Normally Closed
= Undefined Time
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Timer Functions
Two Functions in One Timer
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Delay-on-Make/Recycle: (ProgramaCube Function MRE)
OPERATION: Upon application of input voltage, TD1 begins and the output (relay or solid state) remains
de-energized. At the end of TD1, the TD2 recycle function begins and the output (relay or solid state)
cycles ON and OFF for equal delays. This cycle continues until input voltage is removed.
RESET: Removing input voltage resets the output and time delays, and returns the sequence to the
first delay.
See: KSPD, KRPD, NHPD, HRPD, TRDU
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Delay-on-Make/Single Shot: (ProgramaCube Function MS)
OPERATION: Upon application of input voltage and the closure of S1, TD1 begins and the output (relay
or solid state) remains de-energized. The output (relay or solid state) energizes at the end of TD1, and
TD2 begins. At the end of TD2, the output (relay or solid state) de-energizes. Opening or reclosing S1
during timing has no affect on the time delays.
RESET: Reset occurs when the time delay is complete and S1 is open. Removing input voltage resets
the time delay, output, and the sequence to the first delay.
See: KSPD, KRPD, NHPD, HRPD, TRDU
Delay-on-Make
Recycle
Delay-on-Make
Single Shot
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Interval/Recycle: (ProgramaCube Function IRE)
OPERATION: Upon application of input voltage TD1 begins. At the same time, the TD2 ON time begins
and the output (relay or solid state) energizes. At the end of the ON time, the TD2 OFF time begins and
the output de-energizes. The equal ON time OFF time cycle continues until TD1 is completed at which
time the output de-energizes.
RESET: Removing input voltage resets the time delays, output, and the sequence to the Interval function.
See: KSPD, KRPD, NHPD, HRPD, TRDU
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Delay-on-Break/Recycle: (ProgramaCube Function BRE)
OPERATION: Upon application of input voltage and the closure of S1, the TD2 ON time begins and
the output (relay or solid state) energizes. Upon completion of the ON time, the output de-energizes
for the TD2 OFF time. At the end of the OFF time, the equal ON/OFF cycle repeats. When S1 opens,
the TD1 delay begins. TD1 and TD2 run concurrently until the completion of TD1 at which time, the
TD2 ON/OFF cycle terminates and the output de-energizes. The output energizes if S1 is closed when
input voltage is applied.
RESET: Reclosing S1 during timing resets the TD1 time delay. Removing input voltage resets the time
delay, output, and the sequence to the Delay-on-Break function.
See: KSPD, KRPD, NHPD, HRPD, TRDU
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Single Shot/Recycle: (ProgramaCube Function SRE)
OPERATION: Upon application of input voltage and the closure of S1, TD1 begins. At the same time,
the TD2 ON time begins and the output (relay or solid state) energizes. Upon completion of the ON
time, the output de-energizes for the TD2 OFF time. At the end of the OFF time, the equal ON/OFF
cycle repeats. TD1 and TD2 run concurrently until the completion of TD1 at which time, the TD2 ON/
OFF cycle terminates and the output de-energizes. Opening or reclosing S1 during timing has no affect
on the time delays. The output will energize if S1 is closed when input voltage is applied.
RESET: Removing input voltage resets the time delay, output, and the sequence to the first delay.
See: HRPD, KRPD, KSPD, NHPD, TRDU
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Single Shot/Lockout: (ProgramaCube Function SL)
OPERATION: Upon application of input voltage and momentary or maintained closure of S1, the output
(relay or solid state) energizes and TD1 single shot time delay begins. The output relay de-energizes at
the end of TD1 and the TD2 lockout time delay begins. During TD2 (and TD1) closing switch S1 has no
effect on the operation. After TD2 is complete, closing S1 starts another operation. If S1 is closed when
input voltage is applied, the output energizes and the TD1 time delay begins.
RESET: Removing input voltage resets the time delays and the output and returns the cycle to the first
delay.
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Interval/Delay-on-Make: (ProgramaCube Function IM)
OPERATION: Upon application of input voltage, the output (relay or solid state) energizes and TD1
begins. At the end of TD1, the output de-energizes and TD2 begins. At the end of TD2, the output energizes.
RESET: Removing input voltage resets the time delays, output, and the sequence to the first delay.
See: HRPD, KRPD, KSPD, NHPD, TRDU
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Interval
Recycle
Delay-on-Break
Recycle
Single Shot
Recycle
Single Shot
Lockout
Interval
Delay-on-Make
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Timer Functions
Counting and Switching Functions
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Leading edge flip-flop: (ProgramaCube Function F)
OPERATION: Input voltage must be applied before and during operation. The operation begins with
the output (relay or solid state) de-energized. Upon momentary or maintained closure (leading edge
triggered) of the initiate switch S1, the time delay begins. At the end of the time delay, the output
energizes and remains energized. Opening or re-closing S1 during timing has no affect. After the output
transfers, the next closure of S1 starts a new operation. Each time an S1 closure is recognized, the time
delay occurs and then the output transfers, ON to OFF, OFF to ON, ON to OFF. The first operation will
occur if S1 is closed when input voltage is applied.
RESET: Removing input voltage resets the time delay and the output to the de-energized state.
Function can be applied to ProgramaCube Series: HRPS, KRPS, KSPS
Leading Edge Flip-Flop
®
Alternating Relay (Trailing edge flip-flop): (ProgramaCube Function FT)
Trailing Edge Flip-Flop
(Alternating Relay)
OPERATION: Input voltage must be applied at all times for proper operation. The operation begins
with the output (relay or solid state) de-energized. Closing S1 enables the next alternating operation.
When S1 opens (trailing edge triggered), the time delay begins. At the end of the time delay, the output
energizes and remains energized until S1 is (re-closed and) re-opened. Then the output relay de-energizes
and remains until S1 opens again. Each time S1 opens the time delay occurs and the output transfers.
RESET: Removing input voltage resets the output and the time delay.
See: ARP, HRPS, KRPS
®
Counter with Pulsed Output: (ProgramaCube Function C)
Counter with Pulsed Output
®
Function Limited to Switch Adjustable ProgramaCubes
OPERATION: Input voltage must be applied before and during operation. Each time S1 is closed, a count
is added. When the total number of S1 closures equals the total count selected on the unit, the output
energizes. The output remains energized for the pulse duration specified for the product, and then deenergizes. If S1 is closed while the output is energized, a count is not added. If S1 is closed when input
voltage is applied, a count is not added.
RESET: The unit automatically resets at the end of each operation. Removing input voltage resets the
output, counter, and pulse delay.
See: HRPU, KSPU, NHPU
®
Counter with Interval Output: (ProgramaCube Function CI)
Counter with Interval Output
®
Function Limited to Switch Adjustable ProgramaCubes
OPERATION: Input voltage must be applied before and during operation. Each time S1 is closed, a count
is added. When the total number of S1 closures equals the total count selected on the unit, the output
energizes and the interval time delay begins. The output de-energizes at the end of the time delay. If
S1 is closed during the time delay, a count is not added. If S1 is closed when input voltage is applied,
a count is not added.
RESET: The counter is reset during the time delay, the unit automatically resets at the end of the interval
time delay. Removing input voltage resets the output, counter, and time delay.
See: HRPU, HRV, HSPZ, KSPU, NHPU
Legend
V = Voltage
R = Reset
S1 = Initiate Switch
Td, TD1, TD2 = Time Delay
NO = Normally Open Contact
NC = Normally Closed Contact
C = Count
P = Pulse Duration
= Undefined Time
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Appendix B - Dimensional Drawings
FIGURE 1
FIGURE 2
FIGURE 3
CT; ESD5; ESDR; FS100; FS200; FS300; KRD3; KRD9;
KRDB; KRDI; KRDM; KRDR; KRDS; KRPD; KRPS;
KSD1; KSD2; KSD3; KSD4; KSDB; KSDR; KSDS;
KSDU; KSPD; KSPS; KSPU; KVM; T2D; TA; TAC1;
TAC4; TDU; TDUB; TDUI; TDUS; TL; TMV8000;
TS1; TS2; TS4; TS6; TSB; TSD1; TSD2; TSD3; TSD4;
TSD6; TSD7; TSDB; TSDR; TSDS; TSS; TSU2000
HLV; HRD3; HRD9; HRDB; HRDI;
HRDM; HRDR; HRDS; HRID; HRIS;
HRIU; HRPD; HRPS; HRPU; HRV; RS
HSPZ
FIGURE 4
FIGURE 5
TRDU
FIGURE 6
TRU
FA; FS; FSU1000*; NHPD; NHPS; NHPU;
NLF1*; NLF2*; PHS*; PTHF*; SIR1; SIR2;
SLR1*; SLR2*; TH1; TH2; THC; THD1;
THD2; THD3; THD4; THD7; THDB; THDM;
THDS; THS
*If unit is rated @ 1A, see Figure 1
FIGURE 7
FIGURE 8
FIGURE 9
PLM; PLR; TDB; TDBH; TDBL; TDI; TDIH;
TDIL; TDM; TDMB; TDMH; TDML; TDR;
TDS; TDSH; TDSL
FS500; PRLB; PRLM; PRLS; TRB; TRM; TRS
(snap for
mounting
bases)
ASQU; ASTU; DSQU; DSTU
FIGURE 11
FIGURE 12
FIGURE 10
FS100; FS400
ERD3; ERDI; ERDM
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ORB; ORM; ORS
inches (millimeters)
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