C342-1464 - 

Panel Mount Timer, Totalizing, 1/32 DIN, 59 s, 9999 h, 22 mm, 45 mm

C342-1464 - Panel Mount Timer, Totalizing, 1/32 DIN, 59 s, 9999 h, 22 mm, 45 mm

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The C342-1464 is a 8-digit LCD Time Totalizer with NPN/PNP signal output. This compact elapsed time meter accumulates time in the format Hours:Minutes:Seconds (9999h and 59s). LED units offer factory entered preset values and transistor output. Field programmable to accept PNP or NPN signals. Compact 1/32 DIN bezel size and short depth. Display Can be reset via front panel button (may be disabled) or remote reset terminals. Externally powered units utilize a non-volatile RAM to keep timed data during absence of power.
  • Lithium power supply
  • Connecting terminals 3 and 4 will disable the front panel reset key
  • 10 to 50°C Operating temperature range
  • IEC IP65 Front panel rating


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