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PM4H-A/S/M Multi-Range Timers

DIN48 SIZE MULTI-RANGE ANALOG TIMER

Pin type
Screw terminal type
RoHS compatible UL Recongnition CSA Certification Lloyd's Resister of Shipping CE Marking

Features

1.100-240V AC free-voltage input, 48-125V DC type available

2.Short body - 62.5mm/2.461 inch (screw terminal type)

3.Front panel of IP65 type is protected against water splash and dust

4.Built-in Screw terminals

Screw terminal type is used for easy wiring and reducing additional cost for accessories.

5.0 setting instantaneous output operation

6.Multiple time ranges

-1 s to 500 h (Max.)

7.8 different operation modes: (PM4H-A)

8.Compliant with UL/CSA, CE and LLOYD


Time Range

Time unit sec min hrs 10h
Scale
1 Control
time range
0.1s to 1s 0.1min to 1min 0.1h to 1h 1.0h to 10h
5 0.5s to 5s 0.5min to 5min 0.5h to 5h 5h to 50h
10 1.0s to 10s 1.0min to 10min 1.0h to 10h 10h to 100h
50 5s to 50s 5min to 50min 5h to 50h 50h to 500h

Note: 0 setting is for instantaneous output operation.

PM4H-A/PM4H-S/PM4H-M All types of PM4H timer have multi-time range. 16 time ranges are selectable. 1s to 500h (Max. range) is controlled.

Operation Mode

PM4H-A

(LED lighting LED flickering T:Setting time t1,t2,ta,tb<T t1+t2=T)

Operation type Explanation Time chart
Pulse
ON-delay
(ON)

・If using a time-limit start when the power is turned on, and a reset when the power is turned off, pins 2 to 6 (screw-tightening pins [2] and [3] )should be shorted ahead of time.

・Turn the operation mode selector switch to the (ON) position. If pins (2) to (6) (screw-tightening pins [2] and [3]) are shorted (the start input is turned on) with the power supply on, the output will go on after the set time has elapsed.
If the power supply is turned off, or pins (2) to (7) (screw-tightening pins [2] to [4]) are shorted (the reset input is turned on), a reset is carried out.

 

Note) During time-limited operation, the time-limited operation is stopped while the pins (2) to (5) (screw-tightening pins [2] to [5]) are being shorted (the stop input is on). When the pins are released, time-limited operation resumes.

Pulse
Flicker
(FL)

・If using a time-limit start when the power is turned on, and a reset when the power is turned off, pins (2) to (6) (screw-tightening pins [2] and [3]) should be shorted ahead of time.

・Turn the operation mode selector switch to the (FL) position. When pins (2) to (6) (screw-tightening pins [2] and [3]) are shorted (the start input is turned on) with the power supply on, the limited time interval begins, and the output goes on after the set time has elapsed. After the output has gone on, it goes off when the set time has elapsed, and this process is subsequently repeated.
If the power supply is turned off, or pins (2) to (7) (screw-tightening pins [2] to [4]) are shorted (the reset input is turned on), a reset is carried out.

 

Note) During time-limited operation, the time-limited operation is stopped while the pins (2) to (5) (screw-tightening pins [2] to [5]) are being shorted (the stop input is on). When the pins are released, time-limited operation resumes.

Pulse
ON-flicker
(FO)

・If using a time-limit start when the power is turned on, and a reset when the power is turned off, pins (2) to (6) (screw-tightening pins [2] and [3]) should be shorted ahead of time.

・Turn the operation mode selector switch to the (F0) position.
When pins (2) to (6) (screw-tightening pins [2] and [3]) are shorted (the start input is turned on) with the power supply on, the output goes on, and after the set time has elapsed, it goes off. This process is subsequently repeated. If the power supply is turned off, or pins (2) to (7) (screw-tightening pins [2] to [4]) are shorted (the reset input is turned on), a reset is carried out.

 

Note) During time-limited operation, the time-limited operation is stopped while the pins (2) to (5) (screw-tightening pins [2] to [5]) are being shorted (the stop input is on). When the pins are released, time-limited operation resumes.

Differential
ON/OFF-delay
(1)
(OF1)

・Turn the operation mode selector switch to the (OF1) position. When pins (2) to (6) (screw-tightening pins [2] and [3]) are shorted (the start input is turned on) with the power supply on, the output goes on, and after the set time has elapsed, it goes off.
Also, when pins (2) to (6) are released (the start input goes off), the output goes on, and after the set time has elapsed, it goes off.
If the status of pins (2) to (6) (screw-tightening pins [2] and [3]) changes during the time-limit interval (the start input goes from on to off, or from off to on), the time-limit interval is restarted from the point at which the change took place.
If the power supply is turned off, or pins (2) to (7) (screw-tightening pins [2] and [4]) are shorted (the reset input is turned on), a reset is carried out.

 

Note) During time-limited operation, the time-limited operation is stopped while the pins (2) to (5) (screw-tightening pins [2] to [5]) are being shorted (the stop input is on). When the pins are released, time-limited operation resumes.

Signal
OFF-delay
(SF)

・Turn the operation mode selector switch to the (SF) position.
When pins (2) to (6) (screw-tightening pins [2] and [3]) are shorted (the start input is turned on) with the power supply on, the output goes on, and when pins (2) to (6) (screw-tightening pins [2] and [3]) are released (the start input is turned off), the time limit interval begins. After the set time has elapsed, the output goes off. If start input is entered at any point during the time limit interval, the time limit interval is reset.

 

Note) During time-limited operation, the time-limited operation is stopped while the pins (2) to (5) (screw-tightening pins [2] to [5]) are being shorted (the stop input is on). When the pins are released, time-limited operation resumes.

Pulse
One-shot
(OS)

・If using a time-limit start when the power is turned on, and a reset when the power is turned off, pins (2) to (6) (screw-tightening pins [2] and [3]) should be shorted ahead of time.
Turn the operation mode selector switch to the (OS) position. When pins (2) to (6) (screw-tightening pins [2] and [3]) are shorted (the start input is turned on) with the power supply on, the output goes on for the set time limit interval.
If the power supply is turned off, or pins (2) to (7) (screw-tightening pins [2] to [4]) are shorted (the reset input is turned on), a reset is carried out.

 

Note) During time-limited operation, the time-limited operation is stopped while the pins (2) to (5) (screw-tightening pins [2] to [5]) are being shorted (the stop input is on). When the pins are released, time-limited operation resumes.

Differential ON/OFF-delay
(2)
(OF2)

・Turn the operation mode selector switch to the (OF2) position.
When pins (2) to (6) (screw-tightening pins [2] and [3]) are shorted (the start input is turned on) with the power supply on, the time limit interval begins,and after the set time interval has elapsed, the output goes on.
Also, when pins (2) to (6) are released (the start input goes off), the time limit interval begins, and after it has elapsed, the output goes off.
If the status of pins (2) to (6) (screw-tightening pins [2] and [3]) changes during the time-limit interval (the start input goes from on to off, or from off to on), the time limit interval is restarted from the point at which the change took place.
If the power supply is turned off, or pins (2) to (7) (screw-tightening pins [2] to [4]) are shorted (the reset input is turned on), a reset is carried out.

 

Note) During time-limited operation, the time-limited operation is stopped while the pins (2) to (5) (screw-tightening pins [2] to [5]) are being shorted (the stop input is on). When the pins are released, time-limited operation resumes.

Pulse
One-cycle
(OC)

・If using a time-limit start when the power is turned on, and a reset when the power is turned off, pins (2) to (6) (screw-tightening pins [2] and [3]) should be shorted ahead of time.

・Turn the operation mode selector switch to the (OC) position.
When pins (2) to (6) (screw-tightening pins [2] and [3]) are shorted (the start input is turned on) with the power supply on, the output goes on after the set time limit interval has elapsed. After it has gone on, it goes off after one pulse (approximately 0.8 seconds). If the power supply is turned off, or pins (2) to (7) (screw-tightening pins [2] to [4]) are shorted (the reset input is turned on), a reset is carried out.

 

Note) During time-limited operation, the time-limited operation is stopped while the pins (2) to (5) (screw-tightening pins [2] to [5]) are being shorted (the stop input is on). When the pins are released, time-limited operation resumes.

1. Keep 0.1s or more for power off time.
2. Keep 0.05s or more for start, stop, reset input time.

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(LED lighting LED flickering T:Setting time)

Operation type Explanation Time chart
Power ON-delay Time limit contact relay
When the power supply is turned on, the output goes on after the set time interval has elapsed.
When the power supply is turned off, a reset is carried out.

1.Keep 0.1s or more for power off time.

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(LED lighting LED flickering T:Setting time)

Operation type Explanation Time chart
Power
ON-delay
(ON)
Power Flicker
(FL)
Power
ON-flicker
(FO)
Power
One-shot
(OS)
Power
One-cycle
(OC)
Turn the operation mode selector switch to display the various operations.
When the power supply is turned on, the time limit interval begins,and operation is carried out.
When the power supply is turned off, a reset is carried out.

Keep 0.1s or more for power off time. PM4H-M timers do not have each input which is start, reset and stop.

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