Time Delay Relay Working Principle

Time Delay Relay

How Does The Time Delay Relay Work?

Time Delay Relay Working Principle

Time delay relays are used to control current and can be used to control the power of many different types of electrical loads. These relays are pre-designed to combine the performance of electromechanical output relays with control circuits to perform up to 11 delay functions. In fact, all-time delay relays can perform eleven specific functions. This is the standard common to all brands. The user selects the desired function by turning the knob or some other interface. When the pre-set time is reached, the signal from the control circuit will be input to the relay to activate the function of the relay. Then the power supply at the input terminal of the relay is switched to the output terminal.

GEYA Timer relay provides simple time-based control, with multiple modes and adjustable timing ranges, discrete outputs, and a mechanical or electronic display.

It is designed for industrial process control, machine control, and a variety of other uses.

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Time Delay Relay Working Principle

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