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CUB7CVR0 - 

Counter, Miniature Electric, CUB Series, 8 Digits, Red Display, 50 V to 250 V

CUB7CVR0 - Counter, Miniature Electric, CUB Series, 8 Digits, Red Display, 50 V to 250 V
CUB7CVR0 - Counter, Miniature Electric, CUB Series, 8 Digits, Red Display, 50 V to 250 V

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Manufacturer:
RED LION RED LION
Manufacturer Part No:
CUB7CVR0
Newark Part No.:
63R2608
Product Range
CUB7 Series
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Product Information

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8
:
8.9mm
:
50V
:
250V
:
22.1mm
:
44.96mm
:
0°C
:
50°C
:
CUB7 Series
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Product Overview

  • 8-digit LCD display
  • 3-position terminal block
  • Count speeds up to 10kHz
  • 9 Programmable time range
  • Low voltage input
  • 0 to 50°C Temperature range

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USING TO RECORD BATCH COUNT ON BLENDERS WANT IT BACK LIT AND JUST A SIMPLE COUNTER ABOUT 1 BATCH EVERY 6 MINUTES THANKS
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You can use 110volt Relay contacts (N.O) to connect the the triggering input of the counter and to operate the relay coil use 110volt which you have.
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