Single Phase Line Monitor, Display Type LED

Single Phase Line Monitor, Display Type LED
Code: PRS76491A
Price: $79.90
Quantity in Basket: None
Carrier, Payne, Bryant, and many other brands use this Time Delay Safety Relay

Heavy Duty Relay Output - LED Fault Indication.
Broad Operating Temperature Range.
Epoxy Encapsulated Circuitry.

Time Delay Specifications:

InputLine Voltage: 95-270 VAC
Frequency: 50/60 Hz
Voltage Trip Point: +/- 12% fixed, 6% for reset Voltage Symmetry: 2-25% adjustableDead band for Reset: 10% of Symmetry setpoint Control Voltage: 18-240 VAC Output Form:SPDT (single pole double throw)Ratings: -n.o. contact: 5 amps-n.c. contact: 5 amps Response Times Phase Loss/Reversal: 100ms maximumUnbalance/High/Low: Full Selected Trip Delay Period Operating Temperature Range: -40°C to +75°C Delay on Break Timer Input: 18-240 VAC/VDC RMSTime Delay: Adjustable to 1-10 minutes.Fault Interrogation Delay Time Delay: 2- 15 second adjustable Installation.

1.Disconnect Power
2. Connect terminals in series with the device.
3.Reapply power and check operation for complete diagrams, see installation guide Mode of Operation.
Upon application of power to the monitor, and provided all voltages and line conditions are acceptable, the LED indicator light will glow, indicating the ouput contacts have transferred.
Should a high/low voltage condition exist for longer than the .05 second interrogation delay, the relay and LED shall be energized.
Re-energization is automatic upon correction of the fault condition and after the anti-short cycle time delay period is complete.
Should a fault condition exist upon application of power, the output relay will not energize.
Replaces Part Numbers: CV-100-RS, CV-200-RS15, CV-200-RS20 EAC-401, EAC-402, EAC-403, EAC-404, CV-100-RSCV-200-RS15, ICM-490C, CV-200-RS20, ICM-491, P251-0092, P251-0092-B, EAC-401, EAC-402, EAC-403, EAC-404, ICM490C, ICM-490, 1160712, CARICM491.

Designed To Protect Motors And Other Loads From Premature Failure And Damage Due To Common Voltage Faults Such As Voltage Unbalance, Over/Under Voltage, Phase Loss, Reversal, Incorrect Sequencing And Rapid Short Cycling.