How to use Digital Time Delay Relay Dual LED 0S to 999 hours

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In this tutorial we learn how to use this 0-999 second, 0-999 minutes and 0-999 hours dual LED dual timer display.

DC12V / AC110V-220V Digital Display Time Relay Automation Delay Timer Control Switch Relay Module - DC12V

 

Timing range: 0-999s 0-999m 0-999h

Supply voltage: DC12V /AC110V-220V

Relay:20A

Working current:10A(max)

Power:500W(max)

Size :79*26*43mm

Hole size:72*40mm

 

Instructions:

 

Please pay attention for your first use. You need wait 6s after your setting data, the module will save the date you have set after 6s.  

Short press button SET: If you start the time setting mode , Nixie tube will blink. You could adjust the time T1 and T2 by button+ and button-. Please wait 5s after your setting date, the module will save the date you have set after 5s .

 

Long press button SET: if you start the parameter setting mode. There are two group parameter for your choice  : P0 and P1. You could switch P0 or P1 by short press SET. Under the parameter P0 and P1,you could set the timing mode by the button+ and button-.

 

P0--0: Timing time mode : 0---999s.

P0--1: Timing time mode : 0---999min.

P0--2: Timing time mode : 0---999h.

P1--0: The relay will connect after you delay the T1 time .

P1--1: The relay will disconnect after you delay the T1 time.

P1--2: The relay will connect after you delay the T1 time first, Then the relay will disconnect after you delay the T2 time , it finish.

P1--3: The relay will disconnect after you delay the T1 time first, Then the relay will connect after you delay the T2 time , it finish.

P1--4: The relay will connect after you delay the T1 time  first, Then the relay will disconnect after you delay the T2 time , it is cyclic.

P1--5: The relay will disconnect after you delay the T1 time first, Then the relay will connect after you delay the T2 time , it cyclic.

Example: A customer needs 10 seconds to start up and 20 seconds off. Setup is as follows:

T1 set time 10, T2 set time 20

P0 -- 0 (T1 time range is seconds)

P1--5 (timer work mode)

Chapters of this video

  • 00:36 Introduction
  • 01:19 Where to purchase it from
  • 04:13 Inside view images
  • 04:28 Wiring explained
  • 6:55 P1-0 Program
  • 08:00 P1-1 Program
  • 08:24 P1-2 Program
  • 09:00 P1-3 Program
  • 09:55 P1-4 Program
  • 10:26 P1-5 Program
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