Time Totalizers & Indicators
We offer a complete range of electronic Time Indicators with LED
or LCD displays, as well as electro-mechanical hour meters. Typical
applications for these are display of elapsed process time or tracking
running time of factory machinery.
The A103 Preset Timers are amazingly
compact in size and low in cost, with a full complement of popular
features such as field programmable Up or Down timing and Interval
or ON-delay operation. The A103 series also includes matching
indicators for count-totalizing, timing, and rate metering,
as well as preset-counter models. All are in a uniform 36 x
72 millimeters bezel size package, enhancing your control panel
with a family of devices that look and program alike. More...
A very compact elapsed time meter available
in two operating modes: Hours:Minutes:Seconds, or Hours and
1/100 Hour. Standard versions are offered with an 8 digit LCD
display or 6 digit LED display. Chose from self powered models
containing a 7 year lithium battery, or from models accepting
an external 12 - 24 VDC power supply. Externally powered units
utilize a nonvolatile RAM to keep timed data during absence
of power. More...
Mite Elapsed Timers
Now available in standard and DIN sizes,
the MITE Series 7999 time indicators offer unmatched ease-of-use,
simplicity, performance and value. Two models (of either size)
provide four timing ranges to cover applications such as coating/rinsing,
baking and engine usage. More...
Highly versatile, the FLEX can be programmed
at installation to operate as a totalizer, tachometer (Model
799008-201 only), or elapsed time meter. Use two or three of
them and have matching control panel instrumentation for count,
speed, and time. Standardize them throughout your plant, and
reduce inventory by stocking just one indicator instead of several.
Ruggedness and reliability are featured
in the Series 7795 electric hour meters. One-tenth hour resolution,
round or rectangular package and cutout styles and a choice
of DC or AC inputs allow its use on construction machinery or
leased equipment to determine usage, maintenance, and warranty