Time Delay Relay
Time delay relays are electrical devices that combine the functions of electromechanical output relays and control circuits. These relays are triggered by applying an input voltage or opening or closing a trigger signal. Here are some typical time delay relay functions.
- On delay: The time delay will begin when the voltage has been input, and the output is energized after the set time has elapsed.
- Release delay: The output is energized and the time delay begins when the input voltage is applied. The output is then de-energized after the set time has elapsed.
- Off delay: The output remains energized when the trigger is applied, and it is de-energized when the delay time has elapsed.
- Repeat cycle: The time delay begins when the input voltage is applied, and the output periodically switches on and off with a substantially identical pulse on and off time. It is used for the time control for on/off switching of one or two motors.
In addition to the following time delay relays, we can also customize time delay relays according to your style, shape, time range, and functional requirements.