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CHAPTER
3
Display, Indicators and Keys . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-2
Getting Started with Timers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-3
Timer Mode Descriptions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-4
Signal On Delay 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-4
Signal On Delay 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-6
Signal Off Delay . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-8
Signal On . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-10
Power On Delay . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-12
Power On Delay Hold . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-14
Repeat Cycle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-16
Repeat Cycle Hold . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-18
Repeat Cycle 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-20
Signal Cumulate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-22
Signal Twin On-Start . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-24
Signal Twin Off Start . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-26
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Display, Indicators and Keys
CTT
.com
AUTOMATIONDIRECT
Not Used
Reset 1 indicator
PV(Present Value) display
Key protect 2 indicator
Key protect 1 indicator
SV(Set Value) display
Output 2 indicator
Output 1 indicator
Timer function indicator
Special function indicator
Lock key
Reset key
Up/Down key
Mode and number shift key
LCD Display and Indicators
RST 1/2
Light on when reset signal is detected
HMS
Hour, minute, second, unit of timer, displayed in Timer function
K/P 1/2
Light on when key-protected mode is enabled
SET
SV
OUT 1/2
Light on when output is executing
TMR
Light on in Timer function
Key Operation
,.
Increase and decrease SV or change paramter settings
´
Left move 1 digit of the selected digit. The indicator of the selected digit will flash.
Ä
Save the set parameters or switch among functions.
LOCK
Prevent settings from being changed. Key-protected mode still works after the power is switched off. Press LOCK to enter key-protected mode. In non-key-protected status,
press LOCK to enter Lock 1, press LOCK again to enter Lock 2. Press Ä and ´ at the same time to disable key-protected mode. LoC1 (Lock 1) disables the functions of all keys. LoC2 (Lock 2) allows users to change SV and functions of RESET remain. LOCK only functions in non-key-protected status.
RESET
Clear and reset PV.
Modes: Operation Mode and Configuration Mode
Operation
When the power is on, the timer/counter/tachometer is in the operation mode. Press ,. to change SV, or ´ to make change on a desired digit. The indicator of the
selected digit will flash. After the change is made, press Ä to save the setting. If SV or paramters are not changed, press Ä once to switch between SET1 and SET2.
Ä in operation mode for more than 3 seconds to enter configuration mode. Press Ä once to switch among parameters. To return to operation mode, press Ä
Configuration Press
for more than 3 seconds.
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Getting Started with Timers
Below you will find the list of available timer modes with a brief description of operation, for more detailed information about the timing sequences and output operations please see the associated page(s) within this chapter.
Timer Modes
Description
Page Number
Signal On Delay 1
On delay timer with momentary Start Input
3-4
Signal On Delay 2
On delay timer with maintained Start Input
3-6
Signal Off Delay
Off delay timer with momentary Start Input
3-8
Signal On
Off delay timer with latching Start Input
3-10
Power On Delay
On delay timer when power is applied
3-12
Power On Delay Hold
On delay timer when power is applied and actual value storage on power
loss
3-14
Repeat Cycle
Repeating On delay timer
3-16
Repeat Cycle Hold
Repeating On delay timer and actual value storage on power loss
3-18
Repeat Cycle 2
Repeating Off delay timer with separate on and off times
3-20
Signal Cumulate
On delay timer with single start and pause input and actual value storage
on power loss
3-22
Signal Twin On-Start
Off delay timer with individual setpoints for Off and On times
3-24
Signal Twin Off Start
On delay timer with individual setpoints for On and Off times
3-26
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CTT Timer
Signal On Delay
Signal On Delay 1 (Sond1)
With power applied to the CTT, the leading edge of the input
signal at START will begin the timing period setting value SV
(timing up or down based on parameter (t modE) or by DIP
switch 2). At the end of the timing period both outputs will turn
ON momentarily for the time set in the output pulse width
parameter (tout1) or will be maintained ON if the output pulse
width parameter (tout1) is set to 0.00. The trailing edge of the
“start” signal has no effect on the outputs or timing period.
Power signal
Start signal
Pause signal
Reset
t
Output signal
t
SV
Up
The leading edge of a “reset” input signal at RST1 will turn OFF
the outputs and reset the timing period. The "reset" signal
minimum pulse width is set by reset pulse width parameter ( rtSr
) or DIP Switch 8.
Down
0
SV
0
Signal On Delay 1
The leading edge of a “pause” input signal at GATE will pause the
timing period after it has been started. The timing period will
continue after the trailing edge of the external switch “pause”
(Gate) signal.
When power is removed, both outputs will turn OFF and the
timing period will be reset.
Timer Wiring Examples
PNP
INPUTS
NPN
INPUTS
Gate
Input (Optional)
Start
Input
0V
CP1
11
12
13
RST1
RST2/
START
7
8
+12V
6
Reset
Gate
Input (Optional)
Gate
Input (Optional)
CP2/
GATE (Pause)
Start
L-
0V
CP1
11
12
13
RST1
RST2/
START
7
8
+12V
L+
CP2/
GATE (Pause)
6
0V
CP1
11
12
13
RST1
RST2/
START
7
8
Start
+12V
6
Reset
Gate
Input (Optional)
CP2/
GATE (Pause)
Start
Input
L-
CP1
12
13
RST1
RST2/
START
7
8
+12V
L+
CP2/
GATE (Pause)
0V
11
6
Reset
Reset
Internally Powered
Internally Powered
+VDC
+VDC
0VDC
0VDC
Externally Powered
Externally Powered
Outputs
Load
15
14
15
OUT1
NPN/
SINKING
OUT1
SPST
10
+VDC
OUT2
SPDT
1
2
3
OUT2
NPN/
SINKING
1
2
3
Load
9
10
Load
0VDC
+VDC
Load
Load
0VDC
DIP Switch Set Up of the CTT Parameters:
Output Mode - Table 2
Dip Switch Settings - Table 1
Off
On
Switch 3
1
Dip switch
Disabled
Enabled
OFF
OFF
2
Timer mode Counting
up
Counting
down
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
Switch Function
3
4
Output
mode
See Output Mode Table Table 2
Switch 4
5
6
Displayed
unit
See Display Units Table Table 3
7
8
3-4
Reset signal
pulse width
20 ms
Output Mode
Sond1
Sond2
Soffd
Son
Display Units - Table 3
Switch 5
Switch 6
OFF
OFF
Switch 7 Display Units
OFF
0.01 sec.
ON
OFF
OFF
0.1 sec.
OFF
ON
OFF
1 sec.
ON
ON
OFF
min., 0.01 sec.
OFF
OFF
ON
min., 0.1 sec.
ON
OFF
ON
0.1 min.
OFF
ON
ON
minute
ON
ON
ON
hr., min., sec.
1 ms
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Keypad set up of the parameters for Signal On Delay Timing:
To enter the page for parameter setting of the timer, press Ä in the main menu for more than 3 seconds. After the
setup is complete, press Ä for more than 3 seconds under any of the paramter page you are in and return to the main
menu.
Select funtions: There are 4 modes in CTT, (left to right) timer, counter, tachometer and timer + counter.
–funC
Ä
t–mode
Ä
time
or
Cont
or
taCH
or
–mix
or
Select timer mode: timing up and timing down
or
–up
down
or
Select output modes: There are 12 output modes in the timer. The user can choose the mode that best
meets the demand.
t–otmd
or
sond1
or
sond2
or
soffd
or
–son
or
pond
or
pondh
Ä
or
–rCy
or
rCyh
or
rCy2
or
sCon
or
ston
or
stoff
Select display unit: the min. unit 10ms to the max. unit hour are selectable. Refer to table below.
t–unit
or
s–001
or
s–01
Ä
or
–m–1
or
hms–1
or
or
–s–1
or
ms–001
hm–1
or
–h–1
ms–01
or
or
m–01
Select pulse width of output 1: The default output time is 0.02 second. When the parameter is set to 0.00
second, the output status will be maintained on.
t–out1
Ä
–rtsr
Ä
inptlC
or
–002
or
–000
Select min. width of reset signal: The defaul value is 20ms; can be set to 1ms.
or
––20
or
–––1
Select input signal types: NPN and PNP (use NPN if dry contact input)
or
–npn
or
–pnp
Ä
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t–unit
s–001
s–01
–s–1
ms–001
ms–01
m–01
–m–1
Setting Time Units
sec.
0.01 to 9,999.99
A unit = 10ms
Max. counting = 9,999.99 secs.
sec.
0.1 to 99,999.9
A unit = 0.1 sec.
Max. counting = 99,999.9 secs.
sec.
1 to 999,999
A unit = 1 sec.
Max. counting = 999,999 secs.
min., sec.
0.01 to 9,959.99
A unit = 0.01 sec.
Max. counting = 5,999.99 secs.
min., sec.
0.1 to 99,959.9
A unit = 0.1 sec.
Max. counting = 59,999.9 secs.
min.
0.1 to 99,999.9
A unit = 0.1 min.
Max. counting = 99,999.9 mins.
min.
1 to 999,999
A unit = 1 min.
Max. counting = 999,999 mins.
hr., min., sec.
1 to 995,959
A unit = 1 sec.
Max. counting = 359,999 secs. (100 hrs.)
hm–1
hr., min.
1 to 999,959
A unit = 1 min.
Max. counting = 35,999,999 secs. (10,000 hrs.)
–h–1
hr.
1 to 699,999
A unit = 1 hr.
Max. counting = 699,999 hrs.
hms–1
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CTT Timer
Signal On Delay 2
Signal On Delay 2 (Sond2)
With power applied to the CTT, the leading edge of the input
signal at START will begin the timing period setting value SV
(timing up or down based on parameter (t modE) or by DIP
switch 2). At the end of the timing period both outputs will turn
ON momentarily for the time set in the output pulse width
parameter (tout1) or will be maintained ON if the output pulse
width parameter (tout1) is set to 0.00. The trailing edge of the
“start” signal will turn OFF the outputs and reset the timing
period.
Power signal
Start signal
Pause signal
Reset
t
Output signal
t
SV
Up
0
SV
The leading edge of a “reset” input signal at RST1 will turn OFF
the outputs and reset the timing period. The "reset" signal
minimum pulse width is set by reset pulse width parameter
( rtSr ) or DIP Switch 8.
The leading edge of a “pause” input signal at GATE will pause the
timing period after it has been started. The timing period will
continue after the trailing edge of the external switch “pause”
(Gate) signal.
Down
0
Signal On Delay 2
When power is removed, both outputs will turn OFF and the
timing period will be reset.
Timer Wiring Examples
PNP
INPUTS
NPN
INPUTS
Gate
Input (Optional)
Gate
Input (Optional)
CP2/
GATE (Pause)
0V
CP1
11
12
13
+12V
RST1
RST2/
START
7
8
Start
Input
6
Reset
Start
L-
L+
Gate
Input (Optional)
CP2/
GATE (Pause)
0V
CP1
11
12
13
+12V
RST1
RST2/
START
7
8
6
Gate
Input (Optional)
CP2/
GATE (Pause)
0V
CP1
11
12
13
+12V
RST1
RST2/
START
7
8
Start
6
Start
Input
L-
CP1
12
13
RST1
RST2/
START
7
8
+12V
L+
CP2/
GATE (Pause)
0V
11
6
Reset
Reset
Reset
Internally Powered
Internally Powered
+VDC
+VDC
0VDC
0VDC
Externally Powered
Externally Powered
Outputs
Load
15
14
15
OUT1
NPN/
SINKING
OUT1
SPST
10
+VDC
OUT2
SPDT
1
2
3
OUT2
NPN/
SINKING
1
2
3
Load
9
10
0VDC
Load
+VDC
Load
Load
0VDC
DIP Switch Set Up of the CTT Parameters:
Output Mode - Table 2
Dip Switch Settings - Table 1
Switch Function
Off
On
Switch 3
Switch 4
OFF
1
Dip switch
Disabled
Enabled
OFF
2
Timer mode Counting
up
Counting
down
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
3
4
Output
mode
See Output Mode Table Table 2
Displayed
unit
See Display Units Table Table 3
5
6
7
8
3-6
Reset signal
pulse width
20 ms
Output Mode
Sond1
Sond2
Soffd
Son
Display Units - Table 3
Switch 5
Switch 6
Switch 7 Display Units
OFF
OFF
OFF
0.01 sec.
ON
OFF
OFF
0.1 sec.
OFF
ON
OFF
1 sec.
ON
ON
OFF
min., 0.01 sec.
OFF
OFF
ON
min., 0.1 sec.
ON
OFF
ON
0.1 min.
OFF
ON
ON
minute
ON
ON
ON
hr., min., sec.
1 ms
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Keypad set up of the parameters for Signal On Delay 2 Timing:
To enter the page for parameter setting of the timer, press Ä in the main menu for more than 3 seconds. After the
setup is complete, press Ä for more than 3 seconds under any of the paramter page you are in and return to the main
menu.
Select funtions: There are 4 modes in CTT, (left to right) timer, counter, tachometer and timer + counter.
–funC
Ä
t–mode
Ä
time
or
Cont
or
taCH
or
–mix
or
Select timer mode: timing up and timing down
–up
or
down
or
Select output modes: There are 12 output modes in the timer. The user can choose the mode that best
meets the demand.
t–otmd
or
sond1
or
sond2
or
soffd
or
–son
or
pond
or
pondh
Ä
or
–rCy
or
rCyh
or
rCy2
or
sCon
or
ston
or
stoff
Select display unit: the min. unit 10ms to the max. unit hour are selectable. Refer to table below.
t–unit
or
s–001
or
s–01
Ä
or
–m–1
or
hms–1
or
or
–s–1
or
ms–001
hm–1
or
–h–1
ms–01
or
or
m–01
Select pulse width of output 1: The default output time is 0.02 second. When the parameter is set to 0.00
second, the output status will be maintained on.
t–out1
Ä
–rtsr
Ä
inptlC
or
–002
or
–000
Select min. width of reset signal: The defaul value is 20ms; can be set to 1ms.
or
––20
or
–––1
Select input signal types: NPN and PNP (use NPN if dry contact input)
or
–npn
or
–pnp
Ä
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t–unit
s–001
s–01
–s–1
ms–001
ms–01
m–01
–m–1
Setting Time Units
sec.
0.01 to 9,999.99
A unit = 10ms
Max. counting = 9,999.99 secs.
sec.
0.1 to 99,999.9
A unit = 0.1 sec.
Max. counting = 99,999.9 secs.
sec.
1 to 999,999
A unit = 1 sec.
Max. counting = 999,999 secs.
min., sec.
0.01 to 9,959.99
A unit = 0.01 sec.
Max. counting = 5,999.99 secs.
min., sec.
0.1 to 99,959.9
A unit = 0.1 sec.
Max. counting = 59,999.9 secs.
min.
0.1 to 99,999.9
A unit = 0.1 min.
Max. counting = 99,999.9 mins.
min.
1 to 999,999
A unit = 1 min.
Max. counting = 999,999 mins.
hr., min., sec.
1 to 995,959
A unit = 1 sec.
Max. counting = 359,999 secs. (100 hrs.)
hm–1
hr., min.
1 to 999,959
A unit = 1 min.
Max. counting = 35,999,999 secs. (10,000 hrs.)
–h–1
hr.
1 to 699,999
A unit = 1 hr.
Max. counting = 699,999 hrs.
hms–1
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CTT Timer
Signal Off Delay
Signal Off Delay (Soffd)
With power applied to the CTT, the leading edge of the
input signal at START will immediately turn ON the
outputs. The trailing edge of the “start” signal will begin
the timing period setting value SV (timing up or down
based on parameter (t modE) or by DIP switch 2). At
the end of the timing period both outputs will turn OFF.
The leading edge of a “start” signal applied during a
previously initiated timing period will reset the timing
period.
Power signal
Start signal
Pause signal
Reset
Output signal
SV
Up
The leading edge of a “reset” input signal at RST1 will
turn OFF the outputs and reset the timing period. The
"reset" signal minimum pulse width is set by reset pulse
width parameter ( rtSr ) or DIP Switch 8.
0
SV
Down
0
Signal Off Delay
The leading edge of a “pause” input signal at GATE will
pause the timing period after it has been started. The
timing period will continue after the trailing edge of the
external switch “pause” (Gate) signal.
When power is removed, both outputs will turn OFF
and the timing period will be reset.
Timer Wiring Examples
PNP
INPUTS
NPN
INPUTS
Gate
Input (Optional)
0V
CP1
11
12
13
+12V
RST1
RST2/
START
7
8
Start
Input
6
Reset
Gate
Input (Optional)
Gate
Input (Optional)
CP2/
GATE (Pause)
Start
L-
L+
CP2/
GATE (Pause)
0V
CP1
11
12
13
+12V
RST1
RST2/
START
7
8
6
0V
CP1
11
12
13
+12V
RST1
RST2/
START
7
8
Start
6
Reset
Gate
Input (Optional)
CP2/
GATE (Pause)
Start
Input
L+
CP2/
GATE (Pause)
0V
CP1
11
12
13
+12V
RST1
RST2/
START
7
8
L-
6
Reset
Reset
Internally Powered
Internally Powered
+VDC
+VDC
0VDC
0VDC
Externally Powered
Externally Powered
Outputs
Load
15
14
15
OUT1
NPN/
SINKING
OUT1
SPST
10
+VDC
OUT2
SPDT
1
2
3
OUT2
NPN/
SINKING
1
2
3
Load
9
10
Load
0VDC
+VDC
Load
Load
0VDC
DIP Switch Set Up of the CTT Parameters:
Output Mode - Table 2
Dip Switch Settings - Table 1
Off
On
Switch 3
1
Dip switch
Disabled
Enabled
OFF
OFF
2
Timer mode Counting
up
Counting
down
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
Switch Function
3
4
Output
mode
See Output Mode Table Table 2
Switch 4
5
6
Displayed
unit
See Display Units Table Table 3
7
8
3-8
Reset signal
pulse width
20 ms
Output Mode
Sond1
Sond2
Soffd
Son
Display Units - Table 3
Switch 5
Switch 6
OFF
OFF
Switch 7 Display Units
OFF
0.01 sec.
0.1 sec.
ON
OFF
OFF
OFF
ON
OFF
1 sec.
ON
ON
OFF
min., 0.01 sec.
OFF
OFF
ON
min., 0.1 sec.
ON
OFF
ON
0.1 min.
OFF
ON
ON
minute
ON
ON
ON
hr., min., sec.
1 ms
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Keypad set up of the parameters for Signal Off Delay Timing:
To enter the page for parameter setting of the timer, press Ä in the main menu for more than 3 seconds. After the
setup is complete, press Ä for more than 3 seconds under any of the paramter page you are in and return to the main
menu.
Select funtions: There are 4 modes in CTT, (left to right) timer, counter, tachometer and timer + counter.
–funC
Ä
t–mode
Ä
time
or
Cont
or
taCH
or
–mix
or
Select timer mode: timing up and timing down
–up
or
down
or
Select output modes: There are 12 output modes in the timer. The user can choose the mode that best
meets the demand.
t–otmd
or
sond1
or
sond2
or
soffd
or
–son
or
pond
or
pondh
Ä
or
–rCy
or
rCyh
or
rCy2
or
sCon
or
ston
or
stoff
Select display unit: the min. unit 10ms to the max. unit hour are selectable. Refer to table below.
t–unit
or
s–001
or
s–01
Ä
or
–m–1
or
hms–1
or
or
–s–1
or
ms–001
hm–1
or
–h–1
ms–01
or
or
m–01
Select pulse width of output 1: The default output time is 0.02 second. When the parameter is set to 0.00
second, the output status will be maintained on.
t–out1
Ä
–rtsr
Ä
inptlC
or
–002
or
–000
Select min. width of reset signal: The defaul value is 20ms; can be set to 1ms.
or
––20
or
–––1
Select input signal types: NPN and PNP (use NPN if dry contact input)
or
–npn
or
–pnp
Ä
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t–unit
s–001
s–01
–s–1
ms–001
ms–01
m–01
–m–1
Setting Time Units
sec.
0.01 to 9,999.99
A unit = 10ms
Max. counting = 9,999.99 secs.
sec.
0.1 to 99,999.9
A unit = 0.1 sec.
Max. counting = 99,999.9 secs.
sec.
1 to 999,999
A unit = 1 sec.
Max. counting = 999,999 secs.
min., sec.
0.01 to 9,959.99
A unit = 0.01 sec.
Max. counting = 5,999.99 secs.
min., sec.
0.1 to 99,959.9
A unit = 0.1 sec.
Max. counting = 59,999.9 secs.
min.
0.1 to 99,999.9
A unit = 0.1 min.
Max. counting = 99,999.9 mins.
min.
1 to 999,999
A unit = 1 min.
Max. counting = 999,999 mins.
hr., min., sec.
1 to 995,959
A unit = 1 sec.
Max. counting = 359,999 secs. (100 hrs.)
hm–1
hr., min.
1 to 999,959
A unit = 1 min.
Max. counting = 35,999,999 secs. (10,000 hrs.)
–h–1
hr.
1 to 699,999
A unit = 1 hr.
Max. counting = 699,999 hrs.
hms–1
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CTT Timer
Signal On
Signal On (Son)
With power applied to the CTT, the leading edge of the input
signal at START will immediately turn ON the outputs and begin
the timing period setting value SV (timing up or down based on
parameter (t modE) or by DIP switch 2). The trailing edge of the
“start” signal has no effect on the outputs or timing period. At the
end of the timing period both outputs will turn OFF and the
timing period will reset. The leading edge of a “start” signal applied
during a previously initiated timing period will not reset the
timing period.
Power signal
Start signal
Pause signal
Reset
Output signal
SV
Up
0
SV
Down
0
The leading edge of a “reset” input signal at RST1 will turn OFF
the outputs and reset the timing period. The "reset" signal
minimum pulse width is set by reset pulse width parameter
( rtSr ) or DIP Switch 8.
Signal On
The leading edge of a “pause” input signal at GATE will pause the
timing period after it has been started. The timing period will
continue after the trailing edge of the external switch “pause”
(Gate) signal.
When power is removed, both outputs will turn OFF and the
timing period will be reset.
Timer Wiring Examples
PNP
INPUTS
NPN
INPUTS
Gate
Input (Optional)
Start
Input
CP2/
GATE (Pause)
0V
CP1
11
12
13
RST1
RST2/
START
7
8
+12V
6
Reset
Gate
Input (Optional)
Start
L-
CP2/
GATE (Pause)
0V
CP1
11
12
13
RST1
RST2/
START
7
8
+12V
L+
Gate
Input (Optional)
6
0V
CP1
11
12
13
RST1
RST2/
START
7
8
Start
+12V
6
Reset
Gate
Input (Optional)
CP2/
GATE (Pause)
Start
Input
L-
CP1
12
13
RST1
RST2/
START
7
8
+12V
L+
CP2/
GATE (Pause)
0V
11
6
Reset
Reset
Internally Powered
Internally Powered
+VDC
+VDC
0VDC
0VDC
Externally Powered
Externally Powered
Outputs
Load
15
14
15
OUT1
NPN/
SINKING
OUT1
SPST
10
+VDC
OUT2
SPDT
1
2
3
OUT2
NPN/
SINKING
1
2
3
Load
9
10
0VDC
Load
+VDC
Load
Load
0VDC
DIP Switch Set Up of the CTT Parameters:
Output Mode - Table 2
Dip Switch Settings - Table 1
Off
On
Switch 3
1
Dip switch
Disabled
Enabled
OFF
OFF
2
Timer mode Counting
up
Counting
down
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
ON
ON
Switch Function
3
4
Output
mode
See Output Mode Table Table 2
Switch 4
5
6
Displayed
unit
See Display Units Table Table 3
7
8
3-10
Reset signal
pulse width
20 ms
Output Mode
Sond1
Sond2
Soffd
Son
Display Units - Table 3
Switch 5
Switch 6
OFF
OFF
Switch 7 Display Units
OFF
0.01 sec.
ON
OFF
OFF
0.1 sec.
OFF
ON
OFF
1 sec.
ON
ON
OFF
min., 0.01 sec.
OFF
OFF
ON
min., 0.1 sec.
ON
OFF
ON
0.1 min.
OFF
ON
ON
minute
ON
ON
ON
hr., min., sec.
1 ms
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Keypad set up of the parameters for Signal On Timing:
To enter the page for parameter setting of the timer, press Ä in the main menu for more than 3 seconds. After the
setup is complete, press Ä for more than 3 seconds under any of the paramter page you are in and return to the main
menu.
Select funtions: There are 4 modes in CTT, (left to right) timer, counter, tachometer and timer + counter.
–funC
Ä
t–mode
Ä
time
or
Cont
or
taCH
or
–mix
or
Select timer mode: timing up and timing down
–up
or
down
or
Select output modes: There are 12 output modes in the timer. The user can choose the mode that best
meets the demand.
t–otmd
or
sond1
or
sond2
or
soffd
or
–son
or
pond
or
pondh
Ä
or
–rCy
or
rCyh
or
rCy2
or
sCon
or
ston
or
stoff
Select display unit: the min. unit 10ms to the max. unit hour are selectable. Refer to table below.
t–unit
or
s–001
or
s–01
Ä
or
–m–1
or
hms–1
or
or
–s–1
or
ms–001
hm–1
or
–h–1
ms–01
or
or
m–01
Select pulse width of output 1: The default output time is 0.02 second. When the parameter is set to 0.00
second, the output status will be maintained on.
t–out1
Ä
–rtsr
Ä
inptlC
or
–002
or
–000
Select min. width of reset signal: The defaul value is 20ms; can be set to 1ms.
or
––20
or
–––1
Select input signal types: NPN and PNP (use NPN if dry contact input)
or
–npn
or
–pnp
Ä
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t–unit
s–001
s–01
–s–1
ms–001
ms–01
m–01
–m–1
Setting Time Units
sec.
0.01 to 9,999.99
A unit = 10ms
Max. counting = 9,999.99 secs.
sec.
0.1 to 99,999.9
A unit = 0.1 sec.
Max. counting = 99,999.9 secs.
sec.
1 to 999,999
A unit = 1 sec.
Max. counting = 999,999 secs.
min., sec.
0.01 to 9,959.99
A unit = 0.01 sec.
Max. counting = 5,999.99 secs.
min., sec.
0.1 to 99,959.9
A unit = 0.1 sec.
Max. counting = 59,999.9 secs.
min.
0.1 to 99,999.9
A unit = 0.1 min.
Max. counting = 99,999.9 mins.
min.
1 to 999,999
A unit = 1 min.
Max. counting = 999,999 mins.
hr., min., sec.
1 to 995,959
A unit = 1 sec.
Max. counting = 359,999 secs. (100 hrs.)
hm–1
hr., min.
1 to 999,959
A unit = 1 min.
Max. counting = 35,999,999 secs. (10,000 hrs.)
–h–1
hr.
1 to 699,999
A unit = 1 hr.
Max. counting = 699,999 hrs.
hms–1
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CTT Timer
Power On Delay
Power On Delay (Pond)
When power is applied to the CTT, the timing period setting
value SV will begin (timing up or down based on parameter
(t modE). At the end of the timing period both outputs will turn
ON momentarily for the time set in the output pulse width
parameter (tout1) or will be maintained ON if the output pulse
width parameter (tout1) is set to 0.00.
The leading edge of a “reset” input signal at RST1 will turn OFF
the outputs and reset the timing period. The "reset" signal
minimum pulse width is set by reset pulse width parameter
( rtSr ).
The leading edge of a “pause” input signal at GATE or signal at
START will pause the timing period after it has been started. The
timing period will continue after the trailing edge of the external
switch “pause” (Gate) or “start” signal.
Power signal
Start signal
Pause signal
Reset
t
Output signal
t
t
SV
Up
0
SV
Down
0
Power On Delay
When power is removed, both outputs will turn OFF and the
timing period will be reset.
Timer Wiring Examples
PNP
INPUTS
NPN
INPUTS
Gate
Input (Optional)
Start
Input
0V
CP1
11
12
13
RST1
RST2/
START
7
8
+12V
6
Reset
Gate
Input (Optional)
CP2/
GATE (Pause)
Start
L-
0V
CP1
11
12
13
RST1
RST2/
START
7
8
+12V
L+
Gate
Input (Optional)
CP2/
GATE (Pause)
6
0V
CP1
11
12
13
RST1
RST2/
START
7
8
Start
+12V
6
Reset
Gate
Input (Optional)
CP2/
GATE (Pause)
Start
Input
L-
CP1
11
12
13
RST1
RST2/
START
7
8
+12V
L+
CP2/
GATE (Pause)
0V
6
Reset
Reset
Internally Powered
Internally Powered
+VDC
+VDC
0VDC
0VDC
Externally Powered
Externally Powered
Outputs
Load
15
14
15
OUT1
NPN/
SINKING
OUT1
SPST
10
+VDC
OUT2
SPDT
2
3
1
2
3
Load
9
10
0VDC
Load
3-12
1
OUT2
NPN/
SINKING
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Keypad set up of the parameters for Power On Delay Timing:
To enter the page for parameter setting of the timer, press Ä in the main menu for more than 3 seconds. After the
setup is complete, press Ä for more than 3 seconds under any of the paramter page you are in and return to the main
menu.
Select funtions: There are 4 modes in CTT, (left to right) timer, counter, tachometer and timer + counter.
–funC
Ä
t–mode
Ä
time
or
Cont
or
taCH
or
–mix
or
Select timer mode: timing up and timing down
–up
or
down
or
Select output modes: There are 12 output modes in the timer. The user can choose the mode that best
meets the demand.
t–otmd
or
sond1
or
sond2
or
soffd
or
–son
or
pond
or
pondh
Ä
or
–rCy
or
rCyh
or
rCy2
or
sCon
or
ston
or
stoff
Select display unit: the min. unit 10ms to the max. unit hour are selectable. Refer to table below.
t–unit
or
s–001
or
s–01
Ä
or
–m–1
or
hms–1
or
or
–s–1
or
ms–001
hm–1
or
–h–1
ms–01
or
or
m–01
Select pulse width of output 1: The default output time is 0.02 second. When the parameter is set to 0.00
second, the output status will be maintained on.
t–out1
Ä
–rtsr
Ä
inptlC
or
–002
or
–000
Select min. width of reset signal: The defaul value is 20ms; can be set to 1ms.
or
––20
or
–––1
Select input signal types: NPN and PNP (use NPN if dry contact input)
or
–npn
or
–pnp
Ä
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t–unit
s–001
s–01
–s–1
ms–001
ms–01
m–01
–m–1
Setting Time Units
sec.
0.01 to 9,999.99
A unit = 10ms
Max. counting = 9,999.99 secs.
sec.
0.1 to 99,999.9
A unit = 0.1 sec.
Max. counting = 99,999.9 secs.
sec.
1 to 999,999
A unit = 1 sec.
Max. counting = 999,999 secs.
min., sec.
0.01 to 9,959.99
A unit = 0.01 sec.
Max. counting = 5,999.99 secs.
min., sec.
0.1 to 99,959.9
A unit = 0.1 sec.
Max. counting = 59,999.9 secs.
min.
0.1 to 99,999.9
A unit = 0.1 min.
Max. counting = 99,999.9 mins.
min.
1 to 999,999
A unit = 1 min.
Max. counting = 999,999 mins.
hr., min., sec.
1 to 995,959
A unit = 1 sec.
Max. counting = 359,999 secs. (100 hrs.)
hm–1
hr., min.
1 to 999,959
A unit = 1 min.
Max. counting = 35,999,999 secs. (10,000 hrs.)
–h–1
hr.
1 to 699,999
A unit = 1 hr.
Max. counting = 699,999 hrs.
hms–1
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CTT Timer
Power On Delay Hold
Power On Delay HOLD (PondH)
When power is applied to the CTT, the timing period setting
value SV will begin (timing up or down based on parameter
(t modE). At the end of the timing period both outputs will turn
ON momentarily for the time set in the output pulse width
parameter (tout1) or will be maintained ON if the output pulse
width parameter (tout1) is set to 0.00.
The leading edge of a “reset” input signal at RST1 will turn OFF
the outputs and reset the timing period. The "reset" signal
minimum pulse width is set by reset pulse width parameter
( rtSr ).
The leading edge of a “pause” input signal at GATE or signal at
START will pause the timing period after it has been started. The
timing period will continue after the trailing edge of the “pause”
(Gate) or “start” signal.
Power signal
Start signal
Pause signal
Reset
t
Output signal
t
t
t
SV
Up
0
Down
SV
0
Power On Delay Hold
When power is removed, both outputs will turn OFF. The last
state of the outputs and the last value of the current timing period
will be “stored” in eeprom when power is removed. When power
is reapplied the outputs will return to their last state and timing
will resume from the last value of the timing period.
Timer Wiring Examples
PNP
INPUTS
NPN
INPUTS
Gate
Input (Optional)
Start
Input
CP2/
GATE (Pause)
0V
CP1
11
12
13
RST1
RST2/
START
7
8
+12V
6
Reset
Gate
Input (Optional)
Start
L-
CP2/
GATE (Pause)
0V
CP1
11
12
13
RST1
RST2/
START
7
8
+12V
L+
Gate
Input (Optional)
6
Gate
Input (Optional)
CP2/
GATE (Pause)
0V
CP1
11
12
13
RST1
RST2/
START
7
8
Start
+12V
6
Start
Input
L-
CP1
12
13
RST1
RST2/
START
7
8
+12V
L+
CP2/
GATE (Pause)
0V
11
6
Reset
Reset
Reset
Internally Powered
Internally Powered
+VDC
+VDC
0VDC
0VDC
Externally Powered
Externally Powered
Outputs
Load
15
14
15
OUT1
NPN/
SINKING
OUT1
SPST
10
+VDC
OUT2
SPDT
2
3
1
2
3
Load
9
10
0VDC
Load
3-14
1
OUT2
NPN/
SINKING
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Keypad set up of the parameters for Power On Delay Hold Timing:
To enter the page for parameter setting of the timer, press Ä in the main menu for more than 3 seconds. After the
setup is complete, press Ä for more than 3 seconds under any of the paramter page you are in and return to the main
menu.
Select funtions: There are 4 modes in CTT, (left to right) timer, counter, tachometer and timer + counter.
–funC
Ä
t–mode
Ä
time
or
Cont
or
taCH
or
–mix
or
Select timer mode: timing up and timing down
–up
or
down
or
Select output modes: There are 12 output modes in the timer. The user can choose the mode that best
meets the demand.
t–otmd
or
sond1
or
sond2
or
soffd
or
–son
or
pond
or
pondh
Ä
or
–rCy
or
rCyh
or
rCy2
or
sCon
or
ston
or
stoff
Select display unit: the min. unit 10ms to the max. unit hour are selectable. Refer to table below.
t–unit
or
s–001
or
s–01
Ä
or
–m–1
or
hms–1
or
or
–s–1
or
ms–001
hm–1
or
–h–1
ms–01
or
or
m–01
Select pulse width of output 1: The default output time is 0.02 second. When the parameter is set to 0.00
second, the output status will be maintained on.
t–out1
Ä
–rtsr
Ä
inptlC
or
–002
or
–000
Select min. width of reset signal: The defaul value is 20ms; can be set to 1ms.
or
––20
or
–––1
Select input signal types: NPN and PNP (use NPN if dry contact input)
or
–npn
or
–pnp
Ä
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t–unit
s–001
s–01
–s–1
ms–001
ms–01
m–01
–m–1
Setting Time Units
sec.
0.01 to 9,999.99
A unit = 10ms
Max. counting = 9,999.99 secs.
sec.
0.1 to 99,999.9
A unit = 0.1 sec.
Max. counting = 99,999.9 secs.
sec.
1 to 999,999
A unit = 1 sec.
Max. counting = 999,999 secs.
min., sec.
0.01 to 9,959.99
A unit = 0.01 sec.
Max. counting = 5,999.99 secs.
min., sec.
0.1 to 99,959.9
A unit = 0.1 sec.
Max. counting = 59,999.9 secs.
min.
0.1 to 99,999.9
A unit = 0.1 min.
Max. counting = 99,999.9 mins.
min.
1 to 999,999
A unit = 1 min.
Max. counting = 999,999 mins.
hr., min., sec.
1 to 995,959
A unit = 1 sec.
Max. counting = 359,999 secs. (100 hrs.)
hm–1
hr., min.
1 to 999,959
A unit = 1 min.
Max. counting = 35,999,999 secs. (10,000 hrs.)
–h–1
hr.
1 to 699,999
A unit = 1 hr.
Max. counting = 699,999 hrs.
hms–1
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CTT Timer
Repeat Cycle
Repeat Cycle (rCy)
With power applied to the CTT, the leading edge of the input signal at START will begin the timing period setting
value SV (timing up or down based on parameter (t modE). At the end of the timing period, the timing period will
reset and repeat automatically.
If the output pulse width parameter (tout1) is set to 0.00 both outputs will turn ON at the end of the first timing
period, turn OFF at the end of the next timing period, turn ON at the end of the next timing period, etc.
If the output pulse width parameter (tout1) is set to >0.00 both outputs will turn ON momentarily for the time set
in the output pulse width parameter (tout1) at the beginning of the each timing period.
The trailing edge of the “start” signal has no effect on the outputs or timing period.
The leading edge of a “reset” input signal at RST1 will turn OFF the outputs and reset the timing period. The "reset"
signal minimum pulse width is set by reset pulse width parameter ( rtSr ). The leading edge of a new “start” signal is
necessary to restart the cycle.
The leading edge of a “pause” input signal at GATE will pause the timing period after it has been started. The timing
period will continue after the trailing edge of the external switch “pause” (Gate) signal.
When power is removed, both outputs will turn OFF and the timing period will be reset.
Power signal
Power signal
Start signal
Start signal
Pause signal
Pause signal
Reset
Reset
t
t
t
Repeat Cycle
timer output not set as 0
Output signal
Output signal
SV
SV
Up
Up
0
SV
Down
Down
SV
0
Repeat Cycle
timer output set as 0
Timer Wiring Examples
PNP
INPUTS
NPN
INPUTS
Gate
Input (Optional)
Start
Input
0V
CP1
11
12
13
RST1
RST2/
START
7
8
+12V
6
Reset
Gate
Input (Optional)
CP2/
GATE (Pause)
Start
L-
0V
CP1
11
12
13
RST1
RST2/
START
7
8
+12V
L+
Gate
Input (Optional)
CP2/
GATE (Pause)
6
0V
CP1
11
12
13
RST1
RST2/
START
7
8
Start
+12V
6
Reset
Gate
Input (Optional)
CP2/
GATE (Pause)
Start
Input
L-
CP1
11
12
13
RST1
RST2/
START
7
8
+12V
L+
CP2/
GATE (Pause)
0V
6
Reset
Reset
Internally Powered
Internally Powered
+VDC
+VDC
0VDC
0VDC
Externally Powered
Externally Powered
Outputs
Load
15
14
15
9
10
OUT1
NPN/
SINKING
OUT1
SPST
10
+VDC
OUT2
SPDT
2
Load
Load
3
1
2
3
Load
0VDC
Load
3-16
1
OUT2
NPN/
SINKING
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Keypad set up of the parameters for Repeat Cycle Timing:
To enter the page for parameter setting of the timer, press Ä in the main menu for more than 3 seconds. After the
setup is complete, press Ä for more than 3 seconds under any of the paramter page you are in and return to the main
menu.
Select funtions: There are 4 modes in CTT, (left to right) timer, counter, tachometer and timer + counter.
–funC
Ä
t–mode
Ä
time
or
Cont
or
taCH
or
–mix
or
Select timer mode: timing up and timing down
–up
or
down
or
Select output modes: There are 12 output modes in the timer. The user can choose the mode that best
meets the demand.
t–otmd
or
sond1
or
sond2
or
soffd
or
–son
or
pond
or
pondh
Ä
or
–rCy
or
rCyh
or
rCy2
or
sCon
or
ston
or
stoff
Select display unit: the min. unit 10ms to the max. unit hour are selectable. Refer to table below.
t–unit
or
s–001
or
s–01
Ä
or
–m–1
or
hms–1
or
or
–s–1
or
ms–001
hm–1
or
–h–1
ms–01
or
or
m–01
Select pulse width of output 1: The default output time is 0.02 second. When the parameter is set to 0.00
second, the output status will be maintained on.
t–out1
Ä
–rtsr
Ä
inptlC
or
–002
or
–000
Select min. width of reset signal: The defaul value is 20ms; can be set to 1ms.
or
––20
or
–––1
Select input signal types: NPN and PNP (use NPN if dry contact input)
or
–npn
or
–pnp
Ä
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t–unit
s–001
s–01
–s–1
ms–001
ms–01
m–01
–m–1
Setting Time Units
sec.
0.01 to 9,999.99
A unit = 10ms
Max. counting = 9,999.99 secs.
sec.
0.1 to 99,999.9
A unit = 0.1 sec.
Max. counting = 99,999.9 secs.
sec.
1 to 999,999
A unit = 1 sec.
Max. counting = 999,999 secs.
min., sec.
0.01 to 9,959.99
A unit = 0.01 sec.
Max. counting = 5,999.99 secs.
min., sec.
0.1 to 99,959.9
A unit = 0.1 sec.
Max. counting = 59,999.9 secs.
min.
0.1 to 99,999.9
A unit = 0.1 min.
Max. counting = 99,999.9 mins.
min.
1 to 999,999
A unit = 1 min.
Max. counting = 999,999 mins.
hr., min., sec.
1 to 995,959
A unit = 1 sec.
Max. counting = 359,999 secs. (100 hrs.)
hm–1
hr., min.
1 to 999,959
A unit = 1 min.
Max. counting = 35,999,999 secs. (10,000 hrs.)
–h–1
hr.
1 to 699,999
A unit = 1 hr.
Max. counting = 699,999 hrs.
hms–1
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CTT Timer
Repeat Cycle Hold
Repeat Cycle HOLD (rCyH)
With power applied to the CTT, the leading edge of the input signal at START will begin the timing period setting value SV (timing
up or down based on parameter (t modE). At the end of the timing period, the timing period will reset and repeat automatically.
If the output pulse width parameter (tout1) is set to 0, both outputs will turn ON at the end of the first timing period, turn OFF
at the end of the next timing period, turn ON at the end of the next timing period, etc.
If the output pulse width parameter (tout1) is set to >0.00, both outputs will turn ON momentarily for the time set in the output
pulse width parameter (tout1) at the beginning of the each timing period.
The trailing edge of the “start” signal has no effect on the outputs or timing period.
The leading edge of a “reset” input signal at RST1 will turn OFF the outputs and reset the timing period. The "reset" signal
minimum pulse width is set by reset pulse width parameter ( rtSr ). The leading edge of a new “start” signal is necessary to restart
the cycle.
The leading edge of a “pause” input signal at GATE will pause the timing period after it has been started. The timing period will
continue after the trailing edge of the external switch “pause” (Gate) signal.
When power is removed, both outputs will turn OFF. The last state of the outputs and the last value of the current timing period
will be “stored” in Eeprom when power is removed. When power is reapplied the outputs will return to their last state and timing
will resume from the last value of the timing period by the leading edge of a new “start” signal.
Power signal
Power signal
Start signal
Start signal
Pause signal
Pause signal
Reset
Reset
Output signal
Output signal
SV
SV
Up
Up
0
Down
SV
0
t
t
0
Down
SV
0
Repeat Cycle Hold
t
RCYH timer output not set as 0
Timer output set as 0
Timer Wiring Examples
PNP
INPUTS
NPN
INPUTS
Gate
Input (Optional)
Start
Input
CP2/
GATE (Pause)
0V
CP1
11
12
13
RST1
RST2/
START
7
8
+12V
6
Reset
Gate
Input (Optional)
Start
L-
CP2/
GATE (Pause)
0V
CP1
11
12
13
RST1
RST2/
START
7
8
+12V
L+
Gate
Input (Optional)
6
0V
CP1
11
12
13
RST1
RST2/
START
7
8
Start
+12V
6
Reset
Gate
Input (Optional)
CP2/
GATE (Pause)
Start
Input
L-
CP1
12
13
RST1
RST2/
START
7
8
+12V
L+
CP2/
GATE (Pause)
0V
11
6
Reset
Reset
Internally Powered
Internally Powered
+VDC
+VDC
0VDC
0VDC
Externally Powered
Externally Powered
Outputs
Load
15
14
15
OUT1
NPN/
SINKING
OUT1
SPST
10
+VDC
OUT2
SPDT
2
3
1
2
3
Load
9
10
0VDC
Load
3-18
1
OUT2
NPN/
SINKING
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Keypad set up of the parameters for Repeat Cycle Hold Timing:
To enter the page for parameter setting of the timer, press Ä in the main menu for more than 3 seconds. After the
setup is complete, press Ä for more than 3 seconds under any of the paramter page you are in and return to the main
menu.
Select funtions: There are 4 modes in CTT, (left to right) timer, counter, tachometer and timer + counter.
–funC
Ä
t–mode
Ä
time
or
Cont
or
taCH
or
–mix
or
Select timer mode: timing up and timing down
–up
or
down
or
Select output modes: There are 12 output modes in the timer. The user can choose the mode that best
meets the demand.
t–otmd
or
sond1
or
sond2
or
soffd
or
–son
or
pond
or
pondh
Ä
or
–rCy
or
rCyh
or
rCy2
or
sCon
or
ston
or
stoff
Select display unit: the min. unit 10ms to the max. unit hour are selectable. Refer to table below.
t–unit
or
s–001
or
s–01
Ä
or
–m–1
or
hms–1
or
or
–s–1
or
ms–001
hm–1
or
–h–1
ms–01
or
or
m–01
Select pulse width of output 1: The default output time is 0.02 second. When the parameter is set to 0.00
second, the output status will be maintained on.
t–out1
Ä
–rtsr
Ä
inptlC
or
–002
or
–000
Select min. width of reset signal: The defaul value is 20ms; can be set to 1ms.
or
––20
or
–––1
Select input signal types: NPN and PNP (use NPN if dry contact input)
or
–npn
or
–pnp
Ä
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t–unit
s–001
s–01
–s–1
ms–001
ms–01
m–01
–m–1
Setting Time Units
sec.
0.01 to 9,999.99
A unit = 10ms
Max. counting = 9,999.99 secs.
sec.
0.1 to 99,999.9
A unit = 0.1 sec.
Max. counting = 99,999.9 secs.
sec.
1 to 999,999
A unit = 1 sec.
Max. counting = 999,999 secs.
min., sec.
0.01 to 9,959.99
A unit = 0.01 sec.
Max. counting = 5,999.99 secs.
min., sec.
0.1 to 99,959.9
A unit = 0.1 sec.
Max. counting = 59,999.9 secs.
min.
0.1 to 99,999.9
A unit = 0.1 min.
Max. counting = 99,999.9 mins.
min.
1 to 999,999
A unit = 1 min.
Max. counting = 999,999 mins.
hr., min., sec.
1 to 995,959
A unit = 1 sec.
Max. counting = 359,999 secs. (100 hrs.)
hm–1
hr., min.
1 to 999,959
A unit = 1 min.
Max. counting = 35,999,999 secs. (10,000 hrs.)
–h–1
hr.
1 to 699,999
A unit = 1 hr.
Max. counting = 699,999 hrs.
hms–1
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3-19
CTT Timer
Repeat Cycle 2
Repeat Cycle 2 (rCy2)
With power applied to the CTT, the leading edge of the
input signal at START will begin the timing period
timing up or down based on parameter (t modE). At
the end of the timing period, the timing period will
reset and repeat automatically.
Both outputs will turn ON at the beginning of the first
timing period and turn OFF when the timing period
reaches time period setting SV2. The outputs will turn
ON again when the time period reaches time period
setting SV1.
The trailing edge of the “start” signal has no effect on
the outputs or timing period.
Power signal
Start signal
Pause signal
Reset
Output signal
SV1
SV2
Up
0
SV1
SV2
Down
0
The leading edge of a “reset” input signal at RST1 will
turn OFF the outputs and reset the timing period. The
"reset" signal minimum pulse width is set by reset pulse
width parameter ( rtSr ). The leading edge of a new
“start” signal is necessary to restart the cycle.
Repeat Cycle 2
The leading edge of a “pause” input signal at GATE
will pause the timing period after it has been started.
The timing period will continue after the trailing edge
of the external switch “pause” (Gate) signal.
When power is removed, both outputs will turn OFF
and the timing period will be reset.
Timer Wiring Examples
PNP
INPUTS
NPN
INPUTS
Gate
Input (Optional)
Start
Input
0V
CP1
11
12
13
RST1
RST2/
START
7
8
+12V
6
Reset
Gate
Input (Optional)
CP2/
GATE (Pause)
Start
L-
0V
CP1
11
12
13
RST1
RST2/
START
7
8
+12V
L+
Gate
Input (Optional)
CP2/
GATE (Pause)
6
0V
CP1
11
12
13
RST1
RST2/
START
7
8
Start
+12V
6
Reset
Gate
Input (Optional)
CP2/
GATE (Pause)
Start
Input
L-
CP1
12
13
RST1
RST2/
START
7
8
+12V
L+
CP2/
GATE (Pause)
0V
11
6
Reset
Reset
Internally Powered
Internally Powered
+VDC
+VDC
0VDC
0VDC
Externally Powered
Externally Powered
Outputs
Load
15
14
15
OUT1
NPN/
SINKING
OUT1
SPST
10
+VDC
OUT2
SPDT
2
3
1
2
3
Load
9
10
0VDC
Load
3-20
1
OUT2
NPN/
SINKING
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Keypad set up of the parameters for Repeat Cycle 2 Timing:
To enter the page for parameter setting of the timer, press Ä in the main menu for more than 3 seconds. After the
setup is complete, press Ä for more than 3 seconds under any of the paramter page you are in and return to the main
menu.
Select funtions: There are 4 modes in CTT, (left to right) timer, counter, tachometer and timer + counter.
–funC
Ä
t–mode
Ä
time
or
Cont
or
taCH
or
–mix
or
Select timer mode: timing up and timing down
–up
or
down
or
Select output modes: There are 12 output modes in the timer. The user can choose the mode that best
meets the demand.
t–otmd
or
sond1
or
sond2
or
soffd
or
–son
or
pond
or
pondh
Ä
or
–rCy
or
rCyh
or
rCy2
or
sCon
or
ston
or
stoff
Select display unit: the min. unit 10ms to the max. unit hour are selectable. Refer to table below.
t–unit
or
s–001
or
s–01
Ä
or
–m–1
or
hms–1
or
or
–s–1
or
ms–001
hm–1
or
–h–1
ms–01
or
or
m–01
Select pulse width of output 1: The default output time is 0.02 second. When the parameter is set to 0.00
second, the output status will be maintained on.
t–out1
Ä
–rtsr
Ä
inptlC
or
–002
or
–000
Select min. width of reset signal: The defaul value is 20ms; can be set to 1ms.
or
––20
or
–––1
Select input signal types: NPN and PNP (use NPN if dry contact input)
or
–npn
or
–pnp
Ä
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t–unit
s–001
s–01
–s–1
ms–001
ms–01
m–01
–m–1
Setting Time Units
sec.
0.01 to 9,999.99
A unit = 10ms
Max. counting = 9,999.99 secs.
sec.
0.1 to 99,999.9
A unit = 0.1 sec.
Max. counting = 99,999.9 secs.
sec.
1 to 999,999
A unit = 1 sec.
Max. counting = 999,999 secs.
min., sec.
0.01 to 9,959.99
A unit = 0.01 sec.
Max. counting = 5,999.99 secs.
min., sec.
0.1 to 99,959.9
A unit = 0.1 sec.
Max. counting = 59,999.9 secs.
min.
0.1 to 99,999.9
A unit = 0.1 min.
Max. counting = 99,999.9 mins.
min.
1 to 999,999
A unit = 1 min.
Max. counting = 999,999 mins.
hr., min., sec.
1 to 995,959
A unit = 1 sec.
Max. counting = 359,999 secs. (100 hrs.)
hm–1
hr., min.
1 to 999,959
A unit = 1 min.
Max. counting = 35,999,999 secs. (10,000 hrs.)
–h–1
hr.
1 to 699,999
A unit = 1 hr.
Max. counting = 699,999 hrs.
hms–1
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3-21
CTT Timer
Signal Cumulate
Signal Cumulate (SCon)
With power applied to the CTT, the leading edge of the
input signal at START will begin the timing period
setting value SV timing up or down based on parameter
(t modE). The trailing edge of the “start” signal will
pause the timing period. The leading edge of a subsequent “start” signal will resume timing from the last
value of the timing period. At the end of the timing
period both outputs will turn ON.
Power signal
Start signal
Pause signal
Reset
Output signal
The leading edge of a “reset” input signal at RST1 will
turn OFF the outputs and reset the timing period. The
"reset" signal minimum pulse width is set by reset pulse
width parameter ( rtSr ).
SV
Up
Down
0
SV
0
The leading edge of a “pause” input signal at GATE will
pause the timing period after it has been started. The
timing period will continue after the trailing edge of the
external switch “pause” (Gate) signal.
Signal Cumulate
When power is removed, both outputs will turn OFF.
The last state of the outputs and the last value of the
current timing period will be “stored” when power is
removed. When power is reapplied the outputs will
return to their last state and timing will resume from the
last value of the timing period by the leading edge of a
new “start” signal.
Timer Wiring Examples
PNP
INPUTS
NPN
INPUTS
Gate
Input (Optional)
Start
Input
0V
CP1
11
12
13
RST1
RST2/
START
7
8
+12V
6
Reset
Gate
Input (Optional)
CP2/
GATE (Pause)
Start
L-
0V
CP1
11
12
13
RST1
RST2/
START
7
8
+12V
L+
Gate
Input (Optional)
CP2/
GATE (Pause)
6
0V
CP1
11
12
13
RST1
RST2/
START
7
8
Start
+12V
6
Reset
Gate
Input (Optional)
CP2/
GATE (Pause)
Start
Input
L-
CP1
11
12
13
RST1
RST2/
START
7
8
+12V
L+
CP2/
GATE (Pause)
0V
6
Reset
Reset
Internally Powered
Internally Powered
+VDC
+VDC
0VDC
0VDC
Externally Powered
Externally Powered
Outputs
Load
15
14
15
OUT1
NPN/
SINKING
OUT1
SPST
10
+VDC
OUT2
SPDT
2
3
1
2
3
Load
9
10
0VDC
Load
3-22
1
OUT2
NPN/
SINKING
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Keypad set up of the parameters for Signal Cumulate Timing:
To enter the page for parameter setting of the timer, press Ä in the main menu for more than 3 seconds. After the
setup is complete, press Ä for more than 3 seconds under any of the paramter page you are in and return to the main
menu.
Select funtions: There are 4 modes in CTT, (left to right) timer, counter, tachometer and timer + counter.
–funC
Ä
t–mode
Ä
time
or
Cont
or
taCH
or
–mix
or
Select timer mode: timing up and timing down
–up
or
down
or
Select output modes: There are 12 output modes in the timer. The user can choose the mode that best
meets the demand.
t–otmd
or
sond1
or
sond2
or
soffd
or
–son
or
pond
or
pondh
Ä
or
–rCy
or
rCyh
or
rCy2
or
sCon
or
ston
or
stoff
Select display unit: the min. unit 10ms to the max. unit hour are selectable. Refer to table below.
t–unit
or
s–001
or
s–01
Ä
or
–m–1
or
hms–1
or
or
–s–1
or
ms–001
hm–1
or
–h–1
ms–01
or
or
m–01
Select pulse width of output 1: The default output time is 0.02 second. When the parameter is set to 0.00
second, the output status will continue.
t–out1
Ä
–rtsr
Ä
inptlC
or
–002
or
–000
Select min. width of reset signal: The defaul value is 20ms; can be set to 1ms.
or
––20
or
–––1
Select input signal types: NPN and PNP (use NPN if dry contact input)
or
–npn
or
–pnp
Ä
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t–unit
s–001
s–01
–s–1
ms–001
ms–01
m–01
–m–1
Setting Time Units
sec.
0.01 to 9,999.99
A unit = 10ms
Max. counting = 9,999.99 secs.
sec.
0.1 to 99,999.9
A unit = 0.1 sec.
Max. counting = 99,999.9 secs.
sec.
1 to 999,999
A unit = 1 sec.
Max. counting = 999,999 secs.
min., sec.
0.01 to 9,959.99
A unit = 0.01 sec.
Max. counting = 5,999.99 secs.
min., sec.
0.1 to 99,959.9
A unit = 0.1 sec.
Max. counting = 59,999.9 secs.
min.
0.1 to 99,999.9
A unit = 0.1 min.
Max. counting = 99,999.9 mins.
min.
1 to 999,999
A unit = 1 min.
Max. counting = 999,999 mins.
hr., min., sec.
1 to 995,959
A unit = 1 sec.
Max. counting = 359,999 secs. (100 hrs.)
hm–1
hr., min.
1 to 999,959
A unit = 1 min.
Max. counting = 35,999,999 secs. (10,000 hrs.)
–h–1
hr.
1 to 699,999
A unit = 1 hr.
Max. counting = 699,999 hrs.
hms–1
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CTT Timer
Signal Twin ON Start
Signal Twin ON-Start (Ston)
With power applied to the CTT, the leading edge of
the input signal at START will turn ON the outputs
and begin the timing period timing up or down based
on parameter (t modE). When the timing period
reaches time setting SV2 the outputs will turn OFF
and the time period will reset and restart automatically. When the time period now reaches time setting
SV1 the outputs will turn ON again and the time
period will reset and repeat automatically.
Power signal
Start signal
Pause signal
Reset
Output signal
The trailing edge of the “start” signal has no effect on
the outputs or timing period.
SV1
The leading edge of a “reset” input signal at RST1 will
turn OFF the outputs and reset the timing period. The
"reset" signal minimum pulse width is set by reset
pulse width parameter ( rtSr ). The leading edge of a
new “start” signal is necessary to restart the cycle.
Up
SV2
Down
SV1
SV2
0
0
Signal Twin ON-Start
The leading edge of a “pause” input signal at GATE
will pause the timing period after it has been started.
The timing period will continue after the trailing edge
of the external switch “pause” (Gate) signal.
When power is removed, both outputs will turn OFF
and the timing period will be reset.
Timer Wiring Examples
PNP
INPUTS
NPN
INPUTS
Gate
Input (Optional)
Start
Input
CP2/
GATE (Pause)
0V
CP1
11
12
13
RST1
RST2/
START
7
8
+12V
6
Reset
Gate
Input (Optional)
Start
L-
CP2/
GATE (Pause)
0V
CP1
11
12
13
RST1
RST2/
START
7
8
+12V
L+
Gate
Input (Optional)
6
0V
CP1
11
12
13
RST1
RST2/
START
7
8
Start
+12V
6
Reset
Gate
Input (Optional)
CP2/
GATE (Pause)
Start
Input
L-
CP1
12
13
RST1
RST2/
START
7
8
+12V
L+
CP2/
GATE (Pause)
0V
11
6
Reset
Reset
Internally Powered
Internally Powered
+VDC
+VDC
0VDC
0VDC
Externally Powered
Externally Powered
Outputs
Load
15
14
15
OUT1
NPN/
SINKING
OUT1
SPST
10
+VDC
OUT2
SPDT
2
3
1
2
3
Load
9
10
0VDC
Load
3-24
1
OUT2
NPN/
SINKING
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Keypad set up of the parameters for Signal Twin On Start Timing:
To enter the page for parameter setting of the timer, press Ä in the main menu for more than 3 seconds. After the
setup is complete, press Ä for more than 3 seconds under any of the paramter page you are in and return to the main
menu.
Select funtions: There are 4 modes in CTT, (left to right) timer, counter, tachometer and timer + counter.
–funC
Ä
t–mode
Ä
time
or
Cont
or
taCH
or
–mix
or
Select timer mode: timing up and timing down
–up
or
down
or
Select output modes: There are 12 output modes in the timer. The user can choose the mode that best
meets the demand.
t–otmd
or
sond1
or
sond2
or
soffd
or
–son
or
pond
or
pondh
Ä
or
–rCy
or
rCyh
or
rCy2
or
sCon
or
ston
or
stoff
Select display unit: the min. unit 10ms to the max. unit hour are selectable. Refer to table below.
t–unit
or
s–001
or
s–01
Ä
or
–m–1
or
hms–1
or
or
–s–1
or
ms–001
hm–1
or
–h–1
ms–01
or
or
m–01
Select pulse width of output 1: The default output time is 0.02 second. When the parameter is set to 0.00
second, the output status will be maintained on.
t–out1
Ä
–rtsr
Ä
inptlC
or
–002
or
–000
Select min. width of reset signal: The defaul value is 20ms; can be set to 1ms.
or
––20
or
–––1
Select input signal types: NPN and PNP (use NPN if dry contact input)
or
–npn
or
–pnp
Ä
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t–unit
s–001
s–01
–s–1
ms–001
ms–01
m–01
–m–1
Setting Time Units
sec.
0.01 to 9,999.99
A unit = 10ms
Max. counting = 9,999.99 secs.
sec.
0.1 to 99,999.9
A unit = 0.1 sec.
Max. counting = 99,999.9 secs.
sec.
1 to 999,999
A unit = 1 sec.
Max. counting = 999,999 secs.
min., sec.
0.01 to 9,959.99
A unit = 0.01 sec.
Max. counting = 5,999.99 secs.
min., sec.
0.1 to 99,959.9
A unit = 0.1 sec.
Max. counting = 59,999.9 secs.
min.
0.1 to 99,999.9
A unit = 0.1 min.
Max. counting = 99,999.9 mins.
min.
1 to 999,999
A unit = 1 min.
Max. counting = 999,999 mins.
hr., min., sec.
1 to 995,959
A unit = 1 sec.
Max. counting = 359,999 secs. (100 hrs.)
hm–1
hr., min.
1 to 999,959
A unit = 1 min.
Max. counting = 35,999,999 secs. (10,000 hrs.)
–h–1
hr.
1 to 699,999
A unit = 1 hr.
Max. counting = 699,999 hrs.
hms–1
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CTT Timer
Signal Twin OFF Start
Signal Twin OFF-Start (StoFF)
With power applied to the CTT, the leading edge of
an input signal at START will begin the timing
period timing up or down based on parameter (t
modE). When the timing period reaches time setting
SV1 the outputs will turn ON and the time period
will reset and restart automatically. When the time
period now reaches time setting SV2 the outputs will
turn OFF again and the time period will reset and
repeat automatically.
Power signal
Start signal
Pause signal
Reset
Output signal
The trailing edge of the “start” signal has no effect on
the outputs or timing period.
Up
The leading edge of a “reset” input signal at RST1 will
turn OFF the outputs and reset the timing period.
The "reset" signal minimum pulse width is set by
reset pulse width parameter ( rtSr ). The leading
edge of a new “start” signal is necessary to restart the
cycle.
SV1
SV2
0
SV1
Down SV2
0
Signal Twin OFF-Start
The leading edge of a “pause” input signal at GATE
will pause the timing period after it has been started.
The timing period will continue after the trailing edge
of the external switch “pause” (Gate) signal.
When power is removed, both outputs will turn OFF
and the timing period will be reset.
Timer Wiring Examples
PNP
INPUTS
NPN
INPUTS
Gate
Input (Optional)
Start
Input
CP2/
GATE (Pause)
0V
CP1
11
12
13
RST1
RST2/
START
7
8
+12V
6
Reset
Gate
Input (Optional)
Start
L-
CP2/
GATE (Pause)
0V
CP1
11
12
13
RST1
RST2/
START
7
8
+12V
L+
Gate
Input (Optional)
6
CP2/
GATE (Pause)
0V
CP1
11
12
13
RST1
RST2/
START
7
8
Start
+12V
6
Reset
Gate
Input (Optional)
Start
Input
L-
CP1
11
12
13
RST1
RST2/
START
7
8
+12V
L+
CP2/
GATE (Pause)
0V
6
Reset
Reset
Internally Powered
Internally Powered
+VDC
+VDC
0VDC
0VDC
Externally Powered
Externally Powered
Outputs
Load
15
14
15
OUT1
NPN/
SINKING
OUT1
SPST
10
+VDC
OUT2
SPDT
2
3
1
2
3
Load
9
10
0VDC
Load
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1
OUT2
NPN/
SINKING
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Load
+VDC
0VDC
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Keypad set up of the parameters for Signal Twin Off Start Timing:
To enter the page for parameter setting of the timer, press Ä in the main menu for more than 3 seconds. After the
setup is complete, press Ä for more than 3 seconds under any of the paramter page you are in and return to the main
menu.
Select funtions: There are 4 modes in CTT, (left to right) timer, counter, tachometer and timer + counter.
–funC
Ä
t–mode
Ä
time
or
Cont
or
taCH
or
–mix
or
Select timer mode: timing up and timing down
–up
or
down
or
Select output modes: There are 12 output modes in the timer. The user can choose the mode that best
meets the demand.
t–otmd
or
sond1
or
sond2
or
soffd
or
–son
or
pond
or
pondh
Ä
or
–rCy
or
rCyh
or
rCy2
or
sCon
or
ston
or
stoff
Select display unit: the min. unit 10ms to the max. unit hour are selectable. Refer to table below.
t–unit
or
s–001
or
s–01
Ä
or
–m–1
or
hms–1
or
or
–s–1
or
ms–001
hm–1
or
–h–1
ms–01
or
or
m–01
Select pulse width of output 1: The default output time is 0.02 second. When the parameter is set to 0.00
second, the output status will be maintained on.
t–out1
Ä
–rtsr
Ä
inptlC
or
–002
or
–000
Select min. width of reset signal: The defaul value is 20ms; can be set to 1ms.
or
––20
or
–––1
Select input signal types: NPN and PNP (use NPN if dry contact input)
or
–npn
or
–pnp
Ä
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t–unit
s–001
s–01
–s–1
ms–001
ms–01
m–01
–m–1
Setting Time Units
sec.
0.01 to 9,999.99
A unit = 10ms
Max. counting = 9,999.99 secs.
sec.
0.1 to 99,999.9
A unit = 0.1 sec.
Max. counting = 99,999.9 secs.
sec.
1 to 999,999
A unit = 1 sec.
Max. counting = 999,999 secs.
min., sec.
0.01 to 9,959.99
A unit = 0.01 sec.
Max. counting = 5,999.99 secs.
min., sec.
0.1 to 99,959.9
A unit = 0.1 sec.
Max. counting = 59,999.9 secs.
min.
0.1 to 99,999.9
A unit = 0.1 min.
Max. counting = 99,999.9 mins.
min.
1 to 999,999
A unit = 1 min.
Max. counting = 999,999 mins.
hr., min., sec.
1 to 995,959
A unit = 1 sec.
Max. counting = 359,999 secs. (100 hrs.)
hm–1
hr., min.
1 to 999,959
A unit = 1 min.
Max. counting = 35,999,999 secs. (10,000 hrs.)
–h–1
hr.
1 to 699,999
A unit = 1 hr.
Max. counting = 699,999 hrs.
hms–1
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