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New high-accuracy timer

20 September 2010

The Automatic Timing and Controls Division (ATC) of Marsh Bellofram Corporation has introduced the model 7DT-2CH programmable industrial timer, suitable for timing applications requiring a daily or weekly schedule

The timer is designed to conform to both EN 61812-1 and EN61010-1 testing standards to support various OEM applications.

With two independent control channels, two outputs and 16A contacts, the model 7DT-2CH is specially calibrated to offer high-precision accuracy in a convenient DIN rail mounting package, with daily and weekly programming capabilities within a single device, and automatic conversion to and from daylight savings (summer) time.

The timer is easily programmable via four keys, with a clear LCD display providing visible indication of output, mode, day and time, with a minimum interval of one second. Switching can be achieved either automatically according to the program (AUTO) or manually. Units are designed to support AC or DC voltage requirements.


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