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LIBC1E00 - 

Counter, Remote Reset, Libra Series, 4 Digits, LED, 11 Vdc to 14 Vdc

RED LION LIBC1E00
RED LION LIBC1E00
RED LION LIBC1E00

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Manufacturer:
RED LION RED LION
Manufacturer Part No:
LIBC1E00
Newark Part No.:
21M8655
Technical Datasheet:
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Product Information

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4
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68.07mm
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10.2mm
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68.07mm
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Product Overview

The LIBC1E00 is a 4-digit Single Preset LCD Libra Counter offers solid-state output and a form-C relay output for each preset. It is an economical and reliable solution to one or two preset level requirements. It features input configuration programmability, a full complement of control inputs, programmable timed outputs, non-volatile memory and many other features which will satisfy most any single preset level requirement. It has two main counting actions, Reset to Zero (RTZ) and Reset to Preset (RTP). With RTZ, the counter resets to zero and counts up (if UP/DN terminal is at high level) and activates the outputs when the preset value(s) are reached. When RTP is used, the unit starts at the preset value and counts down (if the UP/DN terminal is at low level) and activates the output when zero is reached. The front panel reset button can also be enabled or disabled by a rear panel DIP switch.
  • Ability to lock out front panel functions
  • Sealed front panel construction (NEMA-4/IP65)
  • Bidirectional counting
  • Solid-state current sink output(s)
  • Programmable timed output (0.01 to 99.99sec.)
  • Simple front panel for programming ease
  • Front panel programmable decimal points
  • Meets DIN panel mount specifications
  • Remote reset capability
  • On-line self-test
  • Non-volatile memory (E²PROM)

Applications

Industrial, Clock & Timing

Warnings

Do not use this unit to directly command motors, valves or other actuators not equipped with safeguards. To do so can be potentially harmful to persons/equipment in the event of fault to the unit.