TX2 - tAPMAN
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
TX2
PROGRAMMABLE TIMER
Precautions during use
High voltage spikes (noise) present in the industrial
environment can cause malfunctioning of the
instrument like erratic display, latch up, data loss or
permanent damage to the instrument.
To reduce the chances of malfunction
a) Use of MOV across supply of timers and snubber
circuits across loads are recommended.
b) Use separate shielded wires for inputs.
Specifications
Display:
0.56” height 3 digit Red.
Time ranges: 9.99 / 99.9 / 999 sec,
9:59 min:sec, 99.9 / 999 min, 9.99 /
99.9 / 999 Hrs.
Counting
Direction:
Up / Down.
Modes:
a) ON delay b) Interval c) Cyclic On
first d) Cyclic OFF first.
Time setting: By front keypad.
Outputs:
2 C/O.
Relay rating: 7A @ 240VAC.
Inputs:
a) START b) RESET
Reset:
a) Front panel. b) Rear terminal. c) On
power interruption.
Reset Time: Less than 100ms.
Accuracy:
±0.05% or 50msec which ever is
greater.
Supply:
220VAC ±10% @ 50 / 60 Hz.
Mounting:
Panel mounting.
Housing:
ABS.
Operating
Temperature: 0˚C to 50˚C.
Humidity:
95% R.H. Non condensing.
OPERATING MODES
SET VALUE PROGRAMMING
1. On-delay / Interval mode
a. Keep the
button pressed for 3 seconds.
b. The display shows the Set value and starts to
flash (on and off).
and
buttons change to desired
c. Using
value.
button.
d. While the display is still flashing press
2. Cyclic On-first/ Cyclic Off first mode.
a. Keep the
button pressed for 3 seconds.
and starts flashing.
b. The display shows
button pressed use
and
c. Keeping the
(On time) or
(Off time).
buttons to select
button.
d. Leave the
e. Now the display shows the corresponding set
value.
f. Using
and
buttons change to desired
value.
button.
g. While the display is still flashing press
RESETTING THE TIMER
1. By front panel:
and
buttons together for 3
Press the
seconds.
2. Remote reset:
TX2 can be reset from a remote push button by
shorting the RST and COM terminals.
Specifications subject to change as development is a continuous process.
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SETVALUE RECALL
While TX2 is running/ waiting for inputs, set value/
values can be recalled (viewed) without disturbing the
timing process.
Briefly press the
button on the TX2 timer.
or
the display
1. If the configured mode is
2.
will show the set value for one second.
If the configured mode is
or
the display will
show
and its set value followed by
and
Configuration Parameters
#
Name.
1
Time
Units
2
its set value.
Range
3
Directio
n
CONFIGURATION
TX2 is a multifunctional timer. To make it function in
the desired way it has to be configured.
Configuration can be done through the front panel
buttons.
4
Hours
9.99 When Time units is set
to seconds
9.59 When Time units is set
to Minutes or Hours.
99.9
UP: Once the timer starts
the display increases from 0
to Set value.
DOWN: Once the timer
starts the display decreases
from Set value to 0.
On delay
Interval
Mode
Cyclic with ON time first.
Cyclic with OFF time first.
Reset by front panel Enable.
5
To enter into the configuration mode.
1.
Remove power to the instrument.
button pressed
2.
Keep the
3.
Apply power.
4.
Leave the button when the display shows
.
5.
Navigate the configuration parameters using
and
buttons.
To change parameter value
button to enter that parameter.
6.
Press the
7.
The display shows the value of that parameter.
8.
Using
and
buttons change to the
desired value.
button exit that parameter.
9.
Using
10. Similarly other parameters can be changed.
To save the changes and exit the configuration
mode
and
buttons (to the
11. Navigate using
.
parameter) when the display shows
12. Press the
button.
13. The TIMER is now updated with the new
configuration and is ready to be used.
Minutes
999
CONFIGURATION RECALL
While TX2 is running/ waiting for inputs pressing the
button for 3 seconds causes to display to show
the configuration setting of parameters 1 to 6 one
after the other.
Setting range for parameter
Seconds
6
7
8
Front
Reset
Output
2
Reset
Start
type
Exit
Config
Reset by front panel
Disable.
Output 2 follows Output 1.
Output 2 pulses on for
750ms when START input is
given.
Output 2 is opposite off
Output 1.
Normal: To start a new
cycle a RESET input has to
be given.
Auto: A new cycle can be
started without first giving a
RESET signal.
Level: The START input can
be closed permanently and
the timer will always read it
as start input present.
Gate: When START is open
the relay state does not
change but the time
counting stops. On make
of START contact time
counting starts from the last
time count.
Edge: Timing starts on
application of START input
(Open to Close).
button at this
On pressing
parameter configuration is saved and
timer goes into normal operation.
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