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Programmable timers with photo relay and voltage monitor

RN-16TM Universal Relay

RN-16TM Universal Relay

RN-16TM universal relay combines the following functions:

 

 

  • voltage relay;

 

  • photo relay;

 

  • real time relay;

 

 

and is designed for:

 

 

  • load energizing/de-energizing in accordance with the user-set make/break time;

 

  • de-energizing load in case of inadmissible voltage variations in the mains with subsequent automatic re-energizing after the mains parameters recovery;

 

  • load energizing/de-energizing in accordance with the user-set illumination intensity levels.

 

 

The relay provides for the following modes of operation:

 

 

  • weekly timer;

 

  • voltage relay;

 

  • photo relay;

 

  • weekly timer with voltage control;

 

  • photo relay with voltage control.

 

 

The LEDs on the relay front panel indicate:

 

 

  • presence of voltage in the mains;

 

  • load status (ON/OFF);

 

  • the relay operation mode.

 

 

The four-digit, seven-segment display depending on the operation mode displays:

 

 

  • current time;

 

  • actual value of mains voltage;

 

  • illumination intensity;

 

  • sequentially: actual time and mains voltage;

 

  • sequentially: illumination intensity and actual mains voltage.

 

 

The photosensitive diode which monitors the illumination intensity is installed on the device front panel. An external photosensitive diode connection is also possible.

 

 

The RN-16TM relay output terminals can immediately switch wattage load of up to 3.5 kW (16A). When it is necessary to switch greater wattage, a magnetic starter should be utilized.

 

 

The device menu allows:

 

 

  • selecting the operation mode;

 

  • choosing and editing the parameters set;

 

  • clearing current parameter set;

 

  • viewing the events list;

 

  • creating an events list;

 

  • setting the current time;

 

  • setting the time of load energizing and de-energizing;

 

  • setting up week day;

 

  • setting the threshold of the minimum permitted voltage;

 

  • setting the threshold of the maximum permitted voltage;

 

  • setting the time of load cutoff tripping based on the upper voltage threshold;

 

  • setting the time of load cutoff tripping based on the lower voltage threshold;

 

  • setting the time of load cutoff tripping after the mains parameters recovery;

 

  • setting the illumination threshold.

 

 

 

In case of mains voltage loss, the built-in battery allows storing the set parameters within one month period.

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