TIMERS, COUNTERS & DETECTORS

Switch Out Your Switch Plate

Use this handy kit to replace a standard wall switch with a digital timer and motion sensor. Can handle up to 8A or a 1HP motor at 120VAC, and can be programmed for a full week. Includes (infrared) remote sensor with a 120-degree coverage angle at up to 80 feet (needs 3 “AA” batteries). Can also be set for dawn or dusk times with a manual override, countdown mode, or a random mode to interact with a timer and swing up to 30 minutes either side. Includes a mount for the sensor, (2) different face-plates and wire nuts. UL.

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120VAC DIGITAL TIMER

Switch Out Your Switch Plate

Use this handy kit to replace a standard wall switch with a digital timer and motion sensor. Can handle up to 8A or a 1HP motor at 120VAC, and can be programmed for a full week. Includes (infrared) remote sensor with a 120-degree coverage angle at up to 80 feet (needs 3 “AA” batteries). Can also be set for dawn or dusk times with a manual override, countdown mode, or a random mode to interact with a timer and swing up to 30 minutes either side. Includes a mount for the sensor, (2) different face-plates and wire nuts. UL.

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$14.50 EACH

How Many Do You Have?

How many what? Well, whatevers, as long as you can count them, which you’ll be able to do with this 24VDC, 1.7W, 6-digit, pulse-activated, non-reset counter. In a 7/8” x 1” x 2-3/8” clear acrylic case with a mounting arm and a quick-disconnect terminal on 4” leads.

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24VDC ELECTRONIC COUNTER

How Many Do You Have?

How many what? Well, whatevers, as long as you can count them, which you’ll be able to do with this 24VDC, 1.7W, 6-digit, pulse-activated, non-reset counter. In a 7/8” x 1” x 2-3/8” clear acrylic case with a mounting arm and a quick-disconnect terminal on 4” leads.

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$3.75 EACH

Need To Sense Some Fluid Pressure?

Our VP for Sensing Fluid Pressure called this sensor from Kavlico “sweet.” Needs a 5VDC 20mW power source, and will likely put out 0-4VDC, contingent on pressure, from 0-5"/H2O max, we’d say. Measures 1-5/16" x 17/32" on a pair of 7/8" long 5/32" slotted mounting wings. The upper 3/16" OD barb is the low side, and the lower is (ironically) high. Has a 3-pin connector with legend on the back for power and output. Call for a data sheet.

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5VDC FLUID PRESSURE SENSORS

Need To Sense Some Fluid Pressure?

Our VP for Sensing Fluid Pressure called this sensor from Kavlico “sweet.” Needs a 5VDC 20mW power source, and will likely put out 0-4VDC, contingent on pressure, from 0-5"/H2O max, we’d say. Measures 1-5/16" x 17/32" on a pair of 7/8" long 5/32" slotted mounting wings. The upper 3/16" OD barb is the low side, and the lower is (ironically) high. Has a 3-pin connector with legend on the back for power and output. Call for a data sheet.

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$5.95 PKG (2)

Air Flow Sensor

This 4" x 3-3/4" x 1-3/4" medical take-out air sensor has (3) ports coming off the main 3-1/8" x 3/4" ID chamber, (2) leading to one sensor and the other leading to a second one, then through circuitry on a mounted PC  board leading to a 10-pin output connector. Also has a PCB-mounted 3V coin cell battery. The sensors have input, output and trigger voltage and a voltage output, but we have no specs. Nice parts and pieces, though.

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HONEYWELL MULTI PORT AIR FLOW SENSOR

Air Flow Sensor

This 4" x 3-3/4" x 1-3/4" medical take-out air sensor has (3) ports coming off the main 3-1/8" x 3/4" ID chamber, (2) leading to one sensor and the other leading to a second one, then through circuitry on a mounted PC  board leading to a 10-pin output connector. Also has a PCB-mounted 3V coin cell battery. The sensors have input, output and trigger voltage and a voltage output, but we have no specs. Nice parts and pieces, though.

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$14.50 EACH

Feel The Heat

It's a nonpolarized bimetal heat sensor, 1/2" long with rubber sleeves and 6" long leads. It's also mysterious, because when used as a thermocouple multimeter input, it reads approx 94° in nearly boiling water but approx 170° in ambient air. Wethinks some sort of inversion or scaling is going on, but a person with your smarts will surely figure it out.

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NONPOLARIZED BIMETAL HEAT SENSOR

Feel The Heat

It's a nonpolarized bimetal heat sensor, 1/2" long with rubber sleeves and 6" long leads. It's also mysterious, because when used as a thermocouple multimeter input, it reads approx 94° in nearly boiling water but approx 170° in ambient air. Wethinks some sort of inversion or scaling is going on, but a person with your smarts will surely figure it out.

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$2.95 PKG (3)

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