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The time count begins the moment the coil is activated, even if the coil remains activated. Press the OK button, for the Main Menu. The Card may be plugged in when the unit is powered up. The Manuak models are able to accept 2 analog volt sensors. This card is a small memory chip that plugs into a little door on the lower right face of the unit, just above the output relay terminals.

Note that marker relays can be of various types: When the preset time is reached then the timer switches. Power the unit up, then press the OK button 3 times and you will arrive at the blank screen where you will enter your program.

Moeller EASY512 Manuals

Setting the Menu Language: Note the 2 numerical displays show the actual voltages present at the 2 inputs. Figure 24 Figure The loads must all be 24 Volt DC operated, and you must observe polarity. Q-Relays have auxiliary contacts which can be used in any of the 3 left columns.


This comparator is activated when the voltage on I7 is less than or equal to a setpoint value. Press the ALT button and the line drawing tool appears. This comparator is mankal when the voltage on I8 is less than or equal to a setpoint value.

You may not use the latching coil AND the normal coil of the same relay in the same circuit diagram. Units that lack the buttons and LCD Screen will automatically load the program from the card to the unit each time the unit is powered up.

When the preset time is elapsed, then timer contact T1 will activate output relay Q1 The “X” in the upper-left corner of the parameter display indicates the type of timer, in this case “on-delay”. Figure 15 Output Relays: This is shown as Q3. A pulse manuaal latch the relay in, then a later pulse will reset it back out.

Instead, use 3 symbols and a “marker relay” coil, then place a contact from the marker relay at the beginning of the next line, then continue on. Analog Comparator Relays are available to process the information. The Remote Connection Unit has terminals to connect wires to the remotely located Slave unit. Now use the cursor disk to move to the left, to the 2nd position, right next to the I1 symbol. Here is a program using a timer. If I2 activates the direction coil DC1, then pulses from I1 will count down I3 can be used to reset the counter back to zero.


Input I2 activates the “reset” timer coil which will rest the time count back down to zero, if desired. Shown here is a simple on-delay timer circuit and parameter display. Fill in any missing “wires” and you’re done! In this circuit diagram Clock 1 contact ” 1″ controls output relay Q1 Note there are 2 parameter screens shown, though 4 are possible. In cases where severe interference is present, a shielded 2-wire cable should be used.

Figure 32 Setting the Menu Language: After the reset coil RT1 is deactivated, the timer remains dead until the trigger coil Dasy512 is momentarily deactivated and manua, reactivated.

Use the OK esay512 to make your selection. The connection is made with 2 wires or a single twisted-pair and may have a maximum length of 30 meters, approximately feet.

Klockner Moeller EASY Programming Instructions

Basic Programming Figure 5 Circuit Diagram: Supply Voltage AC Units: A momentary activation of the reset coil RT1 will stop the timer. This comparator is activated when the voltage on I8 is greater than or equal to a setpoint value. Figure 29 Figure 30 Figure 31 Password Protection: