MCM Electronics

Time Delay Relay, 8-Pin Plug-In, 5.0A Dual Mode, Universal Voltage By Distributed By MCM (26-1960) MCM Part #26-1960

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Dual Mode Time Delay Relay
Highly versatile 8–pin timer relay is designed for industrial control, but also has a variety of custom design applications including power–sequencing, speaker protection delay and process control Simple screwdriver adjustment allows selection of numerous time ranges from 0~1.2 seconds, to 0~300 hours.

A specially designed, highly versatile input circuit allows this unit to operate on a wide range of supply voltages. It will accept 24~240VAC or VDC.

Specifications Top

  • DPDT contacts are rated at 5.0A (250VAC or 30VDC)
  • Compact unit measures 45mm x 45mm x 80mm (1.75" x 1.75" x 3.15")
  • Fits industry standard 1/16 DIN panel openings
  • Compatible with industry standard 8-pin plug in sockets

    Time Modes:
  • Mode A (on–delay): Power is applied to the coil. After preset time the relay energizes and remains energized until power is removed
  • Mode E (one– shot): Power is applied to the coil. The relay energizes immediately and remains energized for the duration of the time setting, and then deenergizes. To reenergize, the power must be removed and reapplied.

    Compatible Sockets
  • Surface mount or DIN rail Item #26-1925
  • Inline with solder tabs Item #26-1930
    Part Numbers
    MCM Part #:26-1960
    Distributed By MCM Part #:26-1960
    Package Specifications & Dimensions
    Weight:0.32 lbs.
    RoHS Comp:No
    Warranty:90 days
    Need to Return?
    Length:5 in.
    Width:2.5 in.
    Height:2.5 in.
    Shipping Information
    Extra Shipping Charge:No
    Drop Ship:No
  • Product Reviews Top

    • by daviddamm

      on 10/7/2010

      Adjustable programmable timer, equivalent to H3CR-A8

      Overall: 2 out of 5

      A neat versatile octal plug-in timing device. I have used several of these in my home, for various pathway lighting, signalling, and birdbath uses. One word of warning however, their reliability is not great, I have replaced three in recent years, probably due to power surges, or other transient effects. Must protect it with mov, or similar. There is NO fixing them.