Mini timer has many functions

Carlo Gavazzi HAA08 (2-pole) and HAA14, (4-pole) multi-function Mini-Timers measure 21.5 x 28 mm and feature a 24-240 V ac/dc universal power supply. They are mounted in a DIN-rail adaptable blade-type relay socket. See photo.


Carlo Gavazzi HAA08 (2-pole) and HAA14, (4-pole) multi-function Mini-Timers; see PDF for more info.
Carlo Gavazzi launches the HAA08 (2-pole) and HAA14, (4-pole) multi-function Mini-Timers. These innovative 21.5 x 28mm timers feature a 24-240 V ac/dc universal power supply and are mounted in a DIN-rail adaptable blade-type relay socket. They are said to be easy to use and provide impressive load capability (up to 8 A), and offer valuable space and cost savings.

Company says HAA08 and HAA14 offer strategic advantages:

  • Each provides a solution for the majority of timing applications due to an extended time range of 100 milliseconds to 100 hours;

  • They provide four functions: delay on operate, interval, symmetrical recycler “ON” first, and symmetrical recycler “OFF” first;

  • Multi-function and universal features of these timers correlate to a significant inventory reduction;

  • Selecting and setting the time range is also very easy;

  • HAA08 Series features 8Amp DPDT relay contacts, and the HAA14 Series features 5Amp 4PDT relay contacts; and

  • They are UL recognized, CSA approved, and carry the CE and RoHS marks.

Carlo Gavazzi provides more information.

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