2 mode repeat cycle timer: On-Off-On or Off-On-Off.
Complete isolation between line, load, and logic circuits.
Compact size. DIN rail or panel mount.
LED load and logic indicators.
Regent’s 5 Year “No-Questions-Asked” Warranty.
Life cycle testing
File number E57361
The TM101-32 is the ideal timer to cycle
DC loads off and on. The timer can be configured for ON-OFF-ON or OFF-ON-OFF
This timer is ideal for applications requiring fast, repeatable timing.
Built-in dials or optional remote adjustment makes setting time delays
The solid-state output switch features a fast flux decay circuit for
quick turn-off of inductive loads.
OPERATION (refer to TIMING DIAGRAM)
1. Set desired time period for T1 on left dial and T2 on right dial.
With DELAY switch OFF, the timer is connected for ON-OFF-ON operation.
With DELAY switch ON, the timer is connected for OFF-ON-OFF operation.
2. When the initiating contact closes, timing begins. As long as the
initiating contact remains closed, the timer will repeat cycle. When the
contact opens, the load will de-energize and the timer will reset.
1. Specify Remote option (‘R’ time adjust feature, see part
number builder) if time adjustment potentiometers are to be mounted away
from timer. Remote option can be supplied on both time ranges (T1 and
T2) or on one side only.
Connect remote T1 potentiometer to terminals 3,4.
Connect remote T2 potentiometer to terminals 4,5.
2. Right LED is ON when solid-state output A,B is ON.
Left LED is ON when initiating signal is present on 1,2
3. Signal applied to start timing (1,2 terminals) can be sourcing (high
side) or sinking (low side). Mechanical or solid-state switches can be
Line Input (+,-)
12-30 VDC, 5% ripple max.
Logic Input (1,2)
1 mA burden at 3 VDC, 35 mA burden at 32 VDC
Load Rating (A,B)
On-state voltage drop
Minimum load current
1 A max
less than 100 uA
1 VDC max
less than 1 mA
Time range (minimum time)
(other ranges available. T1 & T2 may be different.)
Minimum initiate time
0.1 sec (2 msec) 5 sec (50 msec)
0.5 sec (5 msec) 10 sec (100 msec)
1 sec (10 msec) 50 sec (0.5 sec)
1 msec or +/- 0.25% of dial setting, whichever is greater