alzatex DSP256B_D 6-Digit Display with 2.33" High Solid Segment Digits

BH #ALDSP256BD • MFR #DSP256B_D
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alzatex DSP256B_D 6-Digit Display with 2.33" High Solid Segment Digits
Key Features
  • Count Up & Count Down Timer
The Alzatex Inc. DSP256B_D 6-Digit Display with 2.33" High Solid Segment Digits is an electronic digital numeric display unit that is used to display time remaining, time elapsed, or time-of-day clock with 12/24 hour mode. This unit is equipped with a remote keypad and has a metal enclosure. This unit can be wall-mounted or placed on a tabletop for portable use.
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Expected availability: 7-10 business days
$476.50

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  • This item is noncancelable and nonreturnable.

alzatex DSP256B_D 6-Digit Display with 2.33" High Solid Segment Digits

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alzatex DSP256B_D Overview

The Alzatex Inc. DSP256B_D 6-Digit Display with 2.33" High Solid Segment Digits is an electronic digital numeric display unit that is used to display time remaining, time elapsed, or time-of-day clock with 12/24 hour mode. This unit is equipped with a remote keypad and has a metal enclosure. This unit can be wall-mounted or placed on a tabletop for portable use.

Keypad with 8 buttons and a knob
Count up and count down timer
3 stored presets
Time-of-day clock with 12/24 hour mode
0 to 99:59:59 (hours:minutes:seconds)
Applications: Timer for public meetings, production monitoring, sports events, kiosks, game shows, and trade shows, and TV and radio stations, time-of-day clock; basically any place where accurate timing is required
UPC: 788581651933

alzatex DSP256B_D Specs

Interfaces2 x RJ45 modular connectors for RS422 serial data transmission and reception
2 x RJ11 modular connectors for accessories (sold separately)
RJ11 modular connector for remote start, stop, and reset inputs
Display6-digit
Packaging Info
Package Weight7 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)18 x 12 x 6"
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