4 function timers, including on-delay, off-delay and interval.
Compatible with PLCs, sensors, solenoids, contactors and more.
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.
Heat sealing film bags and pouches
Dot of liquid application
Operation directly from prox switches and PLCs
Cut to length control
Precise chemical injection
Filling machine control
Four operating modes on the Timer22 let you
select delay on energize or interval on energize, and normally-open or
normally-closed operation. Four operating modes on the Timer23 let you
select off delay or off interval, and normally-open or normally-closed
The built-in dial or optional remote adjustment makes setting time delay
The Timer22 and Timer23 can be triggered by a proximity sensor, limit
switch, photoelectric control, PLC output module, etc. The solid-state
output switch is designed to control industrial loads or logic inputs.
The output switch on the 24 VDC models features a fast flux decay circuit
for quick turn-off of inductive loads.
Specify Remote option (‘R’ time adjust feature, see part number
builder) if time adjustment potentiometers are to be mounted away from
timer. Connect remote potentiometer to terminals P1,P2.
Line Input (L1,L2 or +,-)
120 VAC +/- 20%, 50/60 Hz, 3 VA
12-30 VDC, 5% ripple max.
Logic Input (1,2)
120 VAC +/- 20%, 25 mA ( will not operate on leakage
below 10 mA)
1 mA burden at 3 VDC, 35 mA burden at 32 VDC
Load Rating (A,B)
On-state voltage drop
Minimum load current
120 VAC +/- 20%
2A cont., 5A inrush, inductive or resistive
less than 2 mA at 65°C
1 VAC typical at rated current
1 A max
less than 100 uA
1 VDC max
less than 1 mA
Time range (min. time)
(other ranges available)
0.5 sec (25 msec) 5 min (3 sec)
1 sec (40 msec) 20 min ( 12 sec)
5 sec (50 msec) 100 min (60 sec)
10 sec (100 msec) 2 hrs (72 sec)
50 sec (0.5 sec) 4 hrs (144 sec)
100 sec (1 sec)
0.1 sec (2 msec)
0.5 sec (5 msec)
1 sec (10 msec)
5 sec (50 msec)
10 sec (100 msec)
50 sec (0.5 sec)
+/- 0.5% of dial setting
1 msec or +/- 0.25% of dial setting, whichever is greater