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The Alzatex Inc. DC117B6_TC1 Time-of-Day Clock with Integrated Count Up/Down Timer helps you store multiple events to be triggered at specific times of the day or on specific days of the week. It controls up 1,023 different events on up to 256 different devices. The Time-of-Day Clock with an integrated count up/down timer outputs data to drive large remote displays and/or indicator lights.
1,023 alarm/event memories
Construction: Metal enclosure
SD card memory to store up to 99 alarm files
Each file can hold 255 or more alarms
Supports both FAT12 and FAT16 file formats
Program 1-week or multi-week cycles
Program events for any combination of days of the week
Settable for 12 or 24 hour mode
Integrated count up/down timer includes 3 user-definable presets
User settable yellow warning and blink times
Ground closure inputs to remotely start, stop, or reset the timer
Backlit LCD display with 4 lines of 20 characters
Program coffee breaks and shift changes Program school bells to signal class changes Set up production TAKT times to operate the countdown timer to run and pause for coffee breaks, lunch breaks and shift changes Operate visual indicators Start and stop machinery, lights, or any other device at pre-programmed times Connect to your PLC or machine with serial port or ground closure inputs
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alzatex DC117B6_TC1 Time-of-Day Clock with Integrated Count Up/Down Timer
Limited 1-Year Warranty
Table of Contents
10 to 18 VAC or 12 to 24 VDC
480 mA (maximum)
2x RJ-45 modular connector for RS-422 serial data transmission and reception 1x RJ-11 modular connector for remote start, stop and reset inputs
6.0 x 4.5 x 2.0" (152.4 x 114.3 x 50.8 mm)
alzatex DC117B6_TC1 Time-of-Day Clock with Integrated Count Up/Down Timer Review