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Quad Clocked Switch
Waterproof front case
- Operating Voltage:
- 9.5 - 15.0 VDC
- Current Drain:
- 0.018 amps nominal
- 4 amps per circuit
- 16 amps maximum
- Operating Temperature:
- 32 to 122 deg F (0 to 50C)
- Accurate - 3 seconds per day maximum error (adjustable).
- Automatic switching for four circuits.
- Automatic switching of each circuit ON/OFF up to 3 times/day.
- Unlimited "Periodic" cycling (i.e. ON 5 minutes, OFF 25 minutes, etc.).
- Manual ON/OFF switching.
- 4 digit LCD
- 5 levels of backlighting
- 2.5" dia X 4.1" deep (65mm x 104mm)
- 2-1/8" (54mm) round hole
CS60 The CS60 is a quad switch that can switch up to 4 amps per circuit (16 amps total) under control of an accurate digital clock. You can program the CS60 to automatically switch each circuit ON and OFF up to 3 times per day per
circuit or periodically switch each of the four circuits ON and OFF for different time periods. For example, you can program a circuit to turn ON at 6:00 PM and turn OFF at 1:00 AM or program one or more circuits to switch ON for 5 minutes every
hour or 20 hours ON and 4 hours OFF, etc. You can mix and match automatic ON/OFF control for some of
the circuits with periodic ON/OFF control for the other circuits. You can also switch each of the four circuits ON and OFF manually using the front panel push buttons. The CS60 can be told to beep every time it switches a circuit ON or OFF automatically or work silently.
Use the CS60 to control 12V lights, automatically turn on FAX receivers or radios, run bait tank pumps to pump fresh water periodically or refrigeration heat exchangers, sound fog horns, etc.
The CS60 works over an operating voltage range from 9.5 to 15.0 VDC.
All constants and calibrations are pre-set during manufacture but you may alter these settings to suit your particular needs. All information is automatically saved to non-volatile memory.
The CS60 draws only 0.018 amps and 5 levels of backlight (including OFF) can be selected from the front panel.
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CS60 Connection Diagram