GSP - Solid State Timer

GSP - Solid State Timer

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Description: Solid State Timer 

Details: The 'GSP' Solid state timer is quite special in providing a very simple 'delay on' function, where isolated output contacts are not required, yet at the same time is very flexible with it's wide supply voltage range. Simplicity remains throughout with it having only two terminals and is connected in line with the supply to the load. 
•DELAY ON 
•TWO WIRE SYSTEM 
•LARGE VOLTAGE RANGE IN ONE SINGLE UNIT 
•SUITABLE FOR AC OR DC 
•7 ADJUSTABLE TIME RANGES 




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Product Ref Supply VoltageTime RangeTiming FunctionEnclosure Typeabout enclosure typesLoad Current
GSP0010add to basket24-240Vac/dc1 - 10 secsDelay On 85-500mA


Trip Delay Timer
Where fitted the ‘Trip Delay Timer’ will inhibit the output contacts from releasing immediately a fault is detected.
The trip delay time is adjustable up to either 10 or 30 seconds depending on the model and will be either a ‘Standard’ delay or a ‘True’ delay type.
The 'Standard' delay type will require around 50% nominal supply voltage to be maintained for its operation, in the case of a total loss of power the unit
will trip with a minimal delay of approximately 0.5 seconds. This type of timer will allow the unit to ride through a short term voltage dip but not a total
power loss.
The 'True' delay timer is not dependent on the supply voltage for its operation. The timing function will be available in the case of either a partial or total
supply failure. This type of timer will allow the unit to ride through either a short term voltage dip or a total loss of power lasting up to 30 seconds.
Power On Delay Timer
Where fitted, the ‘Power On Delay Timer’ will delay the output contacts from energising immediately the supply voltage is applied to the unit for a period
of up to 30 seconds.
The supply voltage will have to satisfy the conditions set by the supply monitoring relay for a healthy supply continuously for the ‘Power On Delay’ timing
period before the output contacts will energise.
If the unit detects a fault and releases the output contacts the supply voltage will once again have to satisfy the requirements of a healthy supply continuously
for the ‘Power On Delay’ timing period before the output contacts will re-energise.