Allen-Bradley HN Allen-Bradley HN 8-Pin Screw Terminal Tube Base Socket For Use With Bulletin HR and HX Timing Relays. MPN: HN ✓. Screw Terminal Tube Base Sockets ± Panel or DIN Rail Mounting . Open Style construction. 8 pin for use with DPDT BuIIetin HA reIays, HT. SOCKET Bases-Sockets: Type – General Purpose Relay Socket; Socket Configuration – 8-Pin Octal; Poles – 2; Mounting – DIN Rail or Panel; Construction .
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Documents Flashcards Grammar checker. Product Certifications website, http: You can view or download publications at http: To order paper copies of technical documentation, contact your local Allen-Bradley distributor or Rockwell Automation sales representative. Pickup 10 ms Max. COS Load reduction factor vs. Power On One-Shot 3. Relay contacts R change state immediately and the time delay t begins. This cycle will repeat until the power is removed.
Terminal B1 is not used in this mode. Power On-Delay Apply power U to timer. Relay contacts R change state after time delay t is complete.
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Contacts return to their shelf state when power is removed. Relay contacts R change state immediately and the hb100 delay begins. When the time delay t is complete, contacts return to their shelf state. When the signal S is closed the time delay t begins, after the time delay is complete the relay contacts R change state. Opening the signal starts the time delay, after the time delay is complete the contacts return to their shelf state.
If the signal is closed or opened before the time delay is complete, the 7000 delay is reset. Signal Off-Delay Apply power U to timer.
When the signal S is closed, the relay contacts R change state immediately. When the signal is opened, the nn100 delay t begins. If the signal is closed before the time delay is complete, the time delay is reset and the relay remains energized. When the time delay is complete, the contacts return to their shelf state.
When the signal S is closed and then opened, the relay contacts R change state immediately and the time delay t begins. After the time delay begins, opening or closing the signal will not reset the time delay. When the signal S is closed, the relay contacts R change state immediately and the time delay t begins. Apply power U to timer. When the signal S is yn100, the relay contacts R energize immediately and the time delay t begins. If the signal is opened before the time delay is complete, the relay remains energized and the time delay is reset.
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When the time hn00 is complete the contacts return to their shelf state. If the signal is opened after the time delay is complete, the relay contacts energize immediately and the same time delay begins. Continuous cycling of the signal at a rate that is faster than the time delay will cause the relay contacts to remain energized.
Approximate Dimensions are not intended to be used for manufacturing purposes. A B C D Approx. Load applied to 1 contact. Reduction Factor Load applied to 1 contact. Solid or Stranded, Copper only Strip Length: B, R, Hp kW: Dropout 5 ms max. Operational 10… Hz, 0. Contact Inductive Load Min. Solid or stranded, copper only Strip Length: Approximate dimensions are not intended to be used for manufacturing purposes.
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Make, Break and Continuous 2 Inductive — A low energy signal is generated by the HTA alternating relay. For optimum reliability, use contacts designed for low energy switching 10V, 1 mA Example: No external voltage should be connected to the contact signal. Insulation Characteristics The following requirements are fulfilled: Surge capacity of the supply voltage according to IEC Level 3 Burst according to IEC Rated tightening torque 8.
Dimensions are h100 intended to be used for manufacturing purposes. A voltage other than the supply voltage can be used at B1, but must be within voltages specified on timer. Set timer dial to 0.
The following operating modes are possible: Oscillating mode; repeat cycle starts with voltage applied at A1 and B1, and continues to repeat until voltage is off. One cycle mode; started by energizing B1 with voltage on A1 and A2.
If B1 is pulsed, a one full time cycle consisting of t1 and t2 is completed. When the power is removed, the time delay begins. The output contact returns to shelf state at the end of the time delay. Both output contacts return to shelf state whenever the power is removed. Suitable for power screwdriver. Dual-chamber system for terminal cross-sections of 1 x 0. Finger protection according to VDE Product shall be installed in an enclosure constructed in accordance with the requirements of EN Use the HNC timing relay in interval mode as shown in the following timing charts.
Output Indicator Orange Lit: The top two DIP switch pins are used to select the time ranges. The bottom two DIP switch pins are used to select the time ranges. Timers Front Mounting A pulse output for a certain period can be obtained with a random external input signal. Use the HNK in interval mode as shown in the following timing chart. Time Range Time Setting Range 1s 0. The left two DIP switch pins are used to select the time ranges.
The right two DIP switch pins are used to select the operating modes. OFF-time unit selector select one from sec, 10 s, min. ON-time unit display ON-time unit selector select one from sec, 10 s, min.
Star-delta transfer time selector select one from 0. R Reset Signal The reset signal is not required for normal operation. Reset can be accomplished by removing power from the timing relay.
To reset the timer without removing power, a signal must be applied which resets the timing cycle and returns the output contacts to their shelf state. The reset signal will override both the start signal and gate signal. The reset signal can be either momentary or maintained. The gate signal provides a pause or retentive timing function.
When the gate signal is applied the timing cycle is momentarily interrupted.
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When the signal is removed, the timing cycle resumes timing at the point the cycle was interrupted and will continue timing until the time delay is completed or the gate signal is re-applied. A low energy signal is generated by the HR timing relay. For optimum reliability, use contacts designed for low energy switching 5V, 1 mA Bul. Contact closure provides signal to timer. A signal is generated by the HR timing relay, and is the same potential as the supply voltage of the timing relay.
No external voltage should be connected to contact signal. Nn100 voltage potential of sensor must be the same as the supply voltage potential of the timing relay. Permissible off-state leakage current from sensor: Needs continuous hn00 power applied. Timing is initiated by the leading edge of the start signal.
Contacts change state after timing is complete. Additional start signals during timing don’t reset timing or contacts. When the input power is removed contacts return to shelf state.