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Electronic timers
CT range

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CT range overview .......................................................................................................... Approvals and marks ....................................................................................................... CT-D range ....................................................................................................................... Benefits and advantages .................................................................................................... Ordering details .................................................................................................................. Function diagrams.............................................................................................................. Star-delta applications ....................................................................................................... Connection diagrams ......................................................................................................... Technical data .................................................................................................................... Technical diagrams............................................................................................................. Wiring notes ....................................................................................................................... Dimensional drawings ........................................................................................................ CT-E range ....................................................................................................................... Benefits and advantages .................................................................................................... Ordering details .................................................................................................................. Function diagrams.............................................................................................................. Star-delta applications ....................................................................................................... Connection diagrams ......................................................................................................... Technical data .................................................................................................................... Technical diagrams............................................................................................................. Wiring notes ....................................................................................................................... Dimensional drawing .......................................................................................................... CT-S range ....................................................................................................................... Benefits and advantages .................................................................................................... Ordering details .................................................................................................................. Ordering details and dimensional drawings of accessories ............................................... Conversion table CT-S 1SVR 430 ... 1SVR 630 ... ........................................................ Function diagrams.............................................................................................................. Star-delta applications ....................................................................................................... Connection diagrams ......................................................................................................... Technical data .................................................................................................................... Technical diagrams............................................................................................................. Wiring notes ....................................................................................................................... Dimensional drawing .......................................................................................................... 6 8 9 10 11 13 15 16 17 19 19 19 21 22 23 26 29 31 32 34 34 34 35 36 37 40 41 42 50 51 54 56 57 57

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2CDC110004C0204

Electronic timers CT range
Overview

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Special features and differences of CT-D, CT-E and CT-S range
Electronic timers CT-D range the modular timers ge ran leted Ideally suited for installation p com in distribution panels Electronic timers CT-E range the economy range
Perfect price-performance ratio for OEM users

Electronic timers CT-S range the high end timers
Universal and economic

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½ Diversity: ½ 2 multifunction timers ½ 10 single-function timers ½ Devices with: ½ 1 or 2 c/o contacts ½ Control input: voltage-related triggering, polarized, capable of switching a parallel load ½ Width of only 17.5 mm, this corresponds to one rail division in the distribution panel. ½ Light-grey enclosure in RAL 7035, same colour as MDRC range

½ Diversity: ½ 2 multifunction timers ½ 56 single-function timers ½ 4 switching relays ½ Devices with: ½ solid-state output for contactless switching (CT-MKE, CT-AKE und CT-EKE) ½ Wide connecting screws in M3 (Pozidrive 1) for easy and fast connection

½ Diversity: ½ 8 multifunction timers ½ 13 single-function timers ½ 8 switching relays ½ Devices with: ½ 1 or 2 c/o contacts ½ 2nd c/o contact can be selected as instantaneous contact ½ Control input: volt-free or voltage-related triggering ½ Remote potentiometer connection: When an external potentiometer is connected, the internal potentiometer is disabled. ½ Sealable transparent cover for protection against unautorized changes of time and threshold values ½ Integrated marker label

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2CDC 255 056 F0b06

Electronic timers CT range
Overview
CT-D range
2CDC 256 059 F0b06 2CDC 253 022 F0b04

CT-E range
1SVC 110 000 F 0503 1SVC 110 000 F 0500

CT-S range
2CDC 256 060 F0b06 2CDC 256 061 F0b06

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LEDs for status indication Time range adjustment Fine adjustment of the desired time delay Preselection of the desired timing function Set the 2nd c/o contact as an instantaneous contact

Timing function A B AB CA CB CE DA DB DE ED H F FC FA A+
ON-delay OFF-delay ON- and OFF-delay Impulse-ON Impulse-OFF Impulse-ON and OFF Flasher starting with ON Flasher staring with OFF Flasher starting with ON or OFF Pulse generator starting with ON or OFF Pulse former Star-delta change-over Star-delta change-over with impulse Star-delta change-over twice ON-delayed

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CT-MFD CT-MFD

CT-ERD CT-AHD

CT-MFE, CT-MKE CT-MFE

CT-ERE, CT-EKE CT-AHE, CT-ARE, CT-AKE

CT-MVS, CT-MFS, CT-MBS, CT-WBS CT-MVS, CT-MFS, CT-MBS CT-MVS, CT-MXS, CT-MFS, CT-MBS

CT-ERS CT-APS, CT-AHS, CT-ARS, CT-VBS

CT-MFD CT-MFD

CT-VWD

CT-MFE, CT-MKE

CT-VWE CT-AWE

CT-MVS, CT-MFS, CT-MBS, CT-WBS CT-MVS, CT-MFS, CT-MBS CT-MXS

CT-MFD CT-MFD

CT-EBD

CT-MFE, CT-MKE CT-MFE, CT-MKE CT-EBE

CT-MFS, CT-MBS, CT-WBS CT-MFS, CT-MBS, CT-WBS CT-MVS

CT-TGD CT-MFD CT-SDD, CT-SAD CT-MFE

CT-MXS CT-MVS, CT-MXS, CT-MFS, CT-MBS CT-SDS CT-MVS.2x, CT-MFS, CT-MBS CT-YDE, CT-SDE CT-MVS, CT-MXS, CT-MFS, CT-MBS, CT-WBS CT-IRE CT-IRS

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Technical data (extract)
Time ranges 7 (0.05 s - 100 h) CT-SDD, CT-SAD: 7 (0.05 s - 10 min) Multifunction devices: 8 (0.05 s - 100 h) Single-function devices: 5 single ranges (0.05-1 s, 0.1-10 s, 0.3-30 s, 3-300 s, 0.3-300 min) Wide ranges Single and dual ranges 10 (0.05 s - 300 h) CT-ARS, CT-SDS: 7 (0.05 s- 10 min)

Control supply voltage Type and number of contacts

Multi and wide ranges 1 or 2 c/o contacts CT-SDD, CT-SAD: 2 n/o contacts

Multi, wide and single ranges 1 or 2 c/o cintacts CT-MVS.21, CT-MFS, CT-MBS: 2nd c/o contact selectable as inst. contact CT-SDS: 2 n/o contacts voltage-related triggering, non-polarized, capable of switching a parallel load CT-MFS, CT-MBS, CT-AHS: volt-free triggering

1 c/ o contact CT-SDE: 1 n/o contact and 1 n/c contacts CT-MKE, CT-EKE, CT-AKE: 1 thyristor voltage-related triggering, polarized CT-MFE, CT-AHE, CT-AWE: with auxiliary voltage

Control inputs

voltage-related triggering, polarized, capable of switching a parallel load

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2CDC110004C0204

Electronic timers CT range
Approvals and marks

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½ existing pending CT-VWD.12 CT-MFD.12 CT-MFD.21 CT-AHD.12 CT-AHD.22 CT-TGD.12 CT-ERD.12 CT-ERD.22 CT-EBD.12

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Electronic timers
CT-D range

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CT-D range ........................................................................................................................ Benefits and advantages .................................................................................................... Ordering details .................................................................................................................. Function diagrams.............................................................................................................. Connection diagrams ......................................................................................................... Technical data .................................................................................................................... Technical diagrams, Wiring notes, Dimensional drawings ................................................. 10 10 11 13 16 17 19

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K. E. polarized. 2CDC 255 058 F0b06 Switching currents The CT-D range timers allow an output load of up to 6 A on devices with 1 c/o contact and up to 5 A on devices with 2 c/o contacts.yellow LED: V output relay energized Time range adjustment Fine adjustment of the time delay Preselection of the timing function 2CDC 256 059 F0b06 2CDC 253 022 F0b04 multifunctional single-functional Synonyms used expression 1 c/o contact 2 c/o contacts alternative expression(s) SPDT DPDT used expression voltage-related volt-free alternative expression(s) wet / non-floating dry / floating 10 2CDC110004C0204  2CDC 252 048 F0b06 ½ Diversity: ½ 2 multifunction timers ½ 10 single-function timers ½ Control supply voltages: ½ Wide range: 12-240 V AC/DC ½ Multi range: 24-48 V DC. 2CDC 253 021 F0004 Width 17. L / a. capable of switching a parallel load ½ Approvals / Marks 1) Wide terminal spacing allows connection of wires: . from 0. 2CDC 253 066 F0006 2CDC 253 132 F0006 LEDs for status indication All actual operational states are displayed by front-face LEDs.5 mm 2CDC 253 033 F0004 Connecting terminals . D.5 mm² (2 x 14 AWG) without ferrules.05 s .the modular timers Ideally suited for installation in distribution panels Direct reading scales Direct setting of the time delay without any additional calculation provides accurate time delay adjustment.5 mm only. from 0.green LED: V control supply voltage applied W timing R .05 s to 100 h or 4 time ranges.2 x 1.2 x 2. 17.Electronic timers CT-D range Benefits and advantages 1 CT-D range . the CT-D range timers are ideally suited for installation in distribution panels.10 min ½ Width of only 17. 24-240 V AC ½ 7 time ranges.5 mm With their width of 17. thus simplifying commissioning and troubleshooting. C.5 mm² (2 x 16 AWG) with wire end ferrules or .5 mm ½ Light-grey enclosure in RAL 7035 ½ Devices with: ½ 1 c/o contact (250 V / 6 A) or 2 c/o contacts (250 V / 5 A) ½ Control input: voltage-related triggering. b 1) partly pending Operating controls LEDs for status indication U . A.

.05 s .05 s . Impulse-OFF with auxiliary voltage....Electronic timers CT-D range Ordering details 2CDC 251 089 F0b06 Control input 1 Order code Pack...05 s . 1 c/o contact.060 / 0.......143 ON-delay timers A CT-ERD: 7 time ranges (0.. Pulse former Function diagrams ..132 CT-MFD: 7 functions 1)....... OFF-delay with auxiliary voltage..100 h)....17 Connection diagrams ....... Flasher starting with OFF. 2 c/o contacts.12 24-48 V DC.....16 Wiring notes . 24-240 V AC 1SVR 500 100 R0100 1 0...132 CT-ERD.....05 s .100 h).05 s .12 2CDC 251 091 F0b06 CT-AHD: 7 time ranges (0.........100 h)....12 2CDC 251 088 F0b06 CT-MFD........ 1 c/o contact.. 2 LEDs CT-ERD.060 / 0..100 h).100 h)...22 24-48 V DC...21 12-240 V AC/DC ½ 1SVR 500 020 R1100 1 0.....12 24-48 V DC.... 7 time ranges (0. 2 c/o contacts....100 h). Flasher starting with ON..065 / 0..21 CT-ERD: 7 time ranges (0....05 s .. 24-240 V AC ½ 1SVR 500 110 R0100 1 0... 2 LEDs CT-AHD...065 / 0..... 7 time ranges (0........ 2 LEDs CT-MFD.. 2 LEDs CT-MFD... 2 LEDs 2CDC 251 092 F0b06 24-48 V DC..065 / 0...22 Dimensional drawings.143 CT-ERD.22 2CDC 251 093 F0b06 1) Functions: ON-delay.. 24-240 V AC 1SVR 500 100 R0000 1 0...19  11 2CDC110004C0204 .12 CT-MFD........060 / 0.....22 24-48 V DC. 24-240 V AC ½ 1SVR 500 110 R0000 1 0........ unit pieces Price 1 piece Weight 1 piece kg / lb Type Rated control supply voltage Multifunction timers CT-MFD: 7 functions 1). Impulse-ON..13 Technical data.. 2 c/o contacts.132 CT-ERD.... 24-240 V AC ½ 1SVR 500 020 R0000 1 0.143 OFF-delay timers B CT-AHD: 7 time ranges (0.... 1 c/o contact.... 2 LEDs CT-AHD.......19 CT-AHD.

05 s ..22 2CDC 251 099 F0b06 2) ON and OFF times adjustable independently: 2 x 7 time ranges 0..100 h) 2)... 24-240 V AC ½ 1SVR 500 160 R0000 1 0...12 2CDC 251 097 F0b06 24-48 V DC...... 24-240 V AC 1SVR 500 150 R0000 1 0..Electronic timers CT-D range Ordering details 2CDC 251 095 F0b06 Control input 1 Type Rated control supply voltage Order code Pack....132 CT-TGD: 2 x 7 time ranges (0.10 min)....... 2 LEDs CT-TGD..... starting with ON DA CT-EBD: 7 time ranges (0.. 2 LEDs CT-VWD...13 Technical data......100 h).....065 / 0.12 24-48 V DC....22 24-48 V DC. 24-240 V AC 1SVR 500 210 R0000 1 CT-TGD.100 h Function diagrams .... 24-240 V AC 1SVR 500 211 R0100 1 CT-SAD: 4 time ranges (0..100 h)...132 Pulse generators ED CT-TGD: 2 x 7 time ranges (0.. 2 n/o contacts... 1 c/o contact..05 s .....05 s .....12 2CDC 251 098 F0b06 CT-TGD.. 2 n/o contacts.....060 / 0.. 2 LEDs CT-EBD..060 / 0. 24-240 V AC 1SVR 500 130 R0000 1 0.05 s .12 24-48 V DC...143 Star-delta timers F CT-SDD: 4 time ranges (0...05 s .....17 Connection diagrams .. 24-240 V AC ½ 1SVR 500 160 R0100 1 0..132 Flasher..... transition time adjustable.16 Wiring notes ............22 CT-TGD.... unit pieces Price 1 piece Weight 1 piece kg / lb Impulse-ON timers CA CT-VWD: 7 time ranges (0. 2 LEDs CT-SDD...... 1 c/o contact.....10 min).100 h) 2).05 s .22 24-48 V DC.12 2CDC 251 096 F0b06 CT-VWD.12 24-48 V DC.. transition time 50 ms fixed..19 12 2CDC110004C0204  .... 2 LEDs CT-EBD.060 / 0............. 1 c/o contact. 2 c/o contacts....... 2 LEDs CT-SAD........22 Dimensional drawings.....05 s .19 CT-SDD....

the time delay is reset and the output relay does not change state. 25-28 15-16. CT-MFD This function requires continuous control supply voltage for timing. The green LED flashes during timing. Control supply voltage is always applied to terminals A1-A2. If control input A1-Y1/B1 is opened. Timing starts again when control input A1-Y1/B1 re-opens. Control input A1-Y1/B1 of the CT-MFD is disabled when this function is selected. 2CDC 252 106 F0206 A1-A2 15-18. When the selected time delay is complete. the time delay starts. 25-26 green LED t <t A1-A2 A1-Y1/B1 15-18. If control input A1-Y1/B1 is closed. If control input A1-Y1/B1 recloses before the time delay is complete. B OFF-delay with auxiliary voltage (Delay on break) CT-AHD. the output relay de.energizes and the flashing green LED turns steady. the output relay energizes immediately. If control supply voltage is interrupted. When the selected time delay is complete. If control supply voltage is interrupted. the output relay energizes and the flashing green LED turns steady.Electronic timers CT-D range Function diagrams Remarks Legend G Control supply voltage not applied / Output contact open B Control supply voltage applied / Output contact closed A1-Y1/B1 Control input with voltage-related triggering Terminal designations on the device and in the diagrams The 1st c/o contact is always designated 15-16/18. The 2nd c/o contact is designated 25-26/28. The green LED flashes during timing. 1 A ON-delay (Delay on make) CT-ERD. The n/o contacts of the star-delta timers are designated with 17-18 and 17-28. CT-MFD This function requires continuous control supply voltage for timing. 25-28 15-16. the output relay de-energizes and the time delay is reset. the output relay de-energizes and the time delay is reset. 25-26 green LED t <t t = adjusted time delay t = adjusted time delay  13 2CDC110004C0204 2CDC 252 107 F0206 . Timing begins when control supply voltage is applied. Function of the yellow LED The yellow LED R glows as soon as the output relay energizes and turns off when the output relay de-energizes.

which flashes twice as fast during the OFF time. The cycle starts with an OFF time first. The output relay energizes immediately when control supply voltage is applied and de-energizes after the set pulse time is complete. CT-MFD DB Flasher. Control input A1-Y1/B1 of the CT-MFD is disabled when this function is selected. The green LED flashes during timing. de-energizes the output relay and resets the time delay. which flashes twice as fast during the OFF time. This function requires continuous control supply voltage for timing. opening control input A1-Y1/B1 energizes the output relay immediately and starts timing. If control supply voltage is interrupted. When the selected pulse time is complete. OFF first) CT-MFD Applying control supply voltage starts timing with symmetrical ON & OFF times. ON first) CT-EBD. before the time delay is complete. starting with the OFF time (Recycling equal times. If control supply voltage is interrupted. The ON & OFF times are displayed by the flashing green LED. the output relay de-energizes and the time delay is reset. the output relay de-energizes and the time delay is reset. 25-28 15-16. The cycle starts with an ON time first. Applying control supply voltage starts timing with symmetrical ON & OFF times. The green LED flashes during timing. 25-26 green LED t <t t = adjusted pulse time t = adjusted pulse time DA Flasher.Electronic timers CT-D range Function diagrams 1 CA Impulse-ON (Interval) CT-VWD. the flashing green LED turns steady. 25-28 15-16. 25-26 green LED t t A1-A2 15-18. Closing control input A1-Y1/B1. When the selected pulse time is complete. 25-28 15-16. Control input A1-Y1/B1 of the CT-MFD is disabled when this function is selected. the output relay de-energizes and the time delay is reset. starting with the ON time (Recycling equal times. If control supply voltage is interrupted. The ON & OFF times are displayed by the flashing green LED. the output relay de-energizes and the time delay is reset. 25-26 green LED t t t = adjusted flashing time t = adjusted flashing time 14 2CDC110004C0204  2CDC 252 030 F0206 2CDC 252 109 F0206 . If control supply voltage is applied. If control supply voltage is interrupted. CT-MFD CB Impulse-OFF with auxiliary voltage (Trailing edge interval) CT-MFD This function requires continuous control supply voltage for timing. 2CDC 252 029 F0206 A1-A2 15-18. the output relay de-energizes and the flashing green LED turns steady. 25-26 green LED t <t A1-A2 A1-Y1/B1 15-18. Control input A1-Y1/B1 of the CT-MFD is disabled when this function is selected. 25-28 15-16. 2CDC 252 108 F0206 A1-A2 15-18.

starting with the ON or OFF time (Recycling unequal times. Now. When the selected ON time is complete. 25-26 green LED t1 t2 t2 t1 t1 = adjusted OFF time t2 = adjusted ON time F Star-delta change-over (Star-delta starting) CT-SDD. which flashes twice as fast during the OFF time. the output relay de-energizes and the time delay is reset. ON or OFF first) CT-TGD 1 This function requires continuous control supply voltage for timing. If control supply voltage is interrupted. The delta contactor remains energized as long as control supply voltage is applied to the unit. the output relay de-energizes and the time delay is reset. 2CDC 252 128 F0b06 L1 F3 F2 0 I S1 S2 95 96 21 22 13 14 K2 53 54 17 18 22 17 28 22 K1T K2 13 14 K1 13 14 K3 A1 A2 21 A1 A2 K1 21 A1 A2 A1 A2 K1T N K1 K3 K2 Y N Control circuit diagram Power circuit diagram 15 2CDC110004C0204  1SVC 110 000 F0389 2CDC 252 111 F0206 . it can be restarted by closing control input A1-Y1/B1. the transition time t2 starts. Applying control supply voltage. 25-28 15-16. CT-SAD A1-A2 17-18 17-28 green LED t1 t1 = adjusted starting time t2 = transition time CT-SDD: t2 = 50 ms CT-SAD: t2 adjustable t2 2CDC 252 112 F0206 This function requires continuous control supply voltage for timing. The ON & OFF times are displayed by the flashing green LED. When the starting time is complete. starts timing with an OFF time first. with closed control input A1-Y1/B1. 25-28 15-16. After the ON time is complete. The green LED flashes during timing. with open control input A1-Y1/B1. the output relay deenergizes and the flashing green LED turns steady. the second output contact energizes the delta contactor connected to terminals 17-28.Electronic timers CT-D range Function diagrams H Pulse former (Single shot) CT-MFD DE Pulse generator. When the transition time is complete. Applying control supply voltage. Operating the control contact switch A1-Y1/B1 during the time delay has no effect. 25-26 green LED t t = adjusted pulse time t A1-A2 A1-Y1/B1 15-18. This function requires continuous control supply voltage for timing. Closing control input A1-Y1/B1 energizes the output relay immediately and starts timing. Applying control supply voltage to terminals A1-A2. 2CDC 252 110 F0206 A1-A2 A1-Y1/B1 15-18. energizes the star contactor connected to terminals 17-18 and begins the set starting time t1. The green LED flashes during timing. The ON & OFF times are independently adjustable. the first output contact de-energizes the star contactor. If control supply voltage is interrupted. starts timing with an ON time first.

c/o contact A1-A2 15-16/18 Supply: 24-48 V DC or 24-240 V AC 1.Electronic timers CT-D range Connection diagrams 2CDC 252 113 F0b06 2CDC 252 115 F0b06 2CDC 252 177 F0b05 2CDC 252 114 F0b06 1 CT-MFD. c/o contact 25-26/28 2.21 A1 Y1/ B1 A1 15 15 25 25 CT-MFD.22 2CDC 252 160 F0b06 A1 A1 17 17 F CT-SAD. c/o contact A1-A2 17-18 17-28 A1-Y1/B1 Control input Supply: 24-48 V DC or 24-240 V AC 1. n/o contact (delta contactor) 16 2CDC110004C0204  . n/o contact (star contactor) 2. c/o contact A1-Y1/B1 Control input A1-A2 Supply: 24-48 V DC or 24-240 V AC 15-16/18 1.12 A1 A1 15 15 2CDC 252 180 F0b05 A2 18 28 16 18 26 28 16 26 Y1/B1 A2 A2 18 16 16 18 A2 A2 18 16 16 18 A2 A2 18 16 16 18 A2 A1-A2 Supply: 24-48 V DC or 24-240 V AC 15-16/18 1. c/o contact 25-26/28 2.12 2CDC 252 117 F0b06 A1 Y1/ B1 A1 15 Y1/B1 15 CA CT-VWD.22 2CDC 252 118 F0b06 A1 Y1/ B1 A1 15 15 25 25 ED CT-TGD.12 A1 Y1/ B1 A1 15 Y1/B1 15 A CT-ERD. c/o contact A1-Y1/B1 Control input A1-A2 15-16/18 Supply: 24-48 V DC or 24-240 V AC 1. c/o contact ED CT-TGD. c/o contact A1-Y1/B1 Control input B CT-AHD.22 A1 A1 17 17 2CDC 252 160 F0b06 A2 18 28 16 18 26 28 16 26 Y1/B1 A2 A2 18 16 16 18 A2 A2 28 18 18 28 A2 A2 28 18 18 28 A2 A1-A2 Supply: 24-48 V DC or 24-240 V AC 15-16/18 1. c/o contact A1-Y1/B1 Control input 15-16/18 Supply: 24-48 V DC or 24-240 V AC 1. c/o contact 25-26/28 2. n/o contact (star contactor) 2.22 A1 A1 15 15 25 25 A CT-ERD.12 2CDC 252 119 F0b06 A1 Y1/ B1 A1 15 Y1/B1 15 F CT-SDD. c/o contact A1-Y1/B1 Control input A1-A2 15-16/18 Supply: 24-48 V DC or 24-240 V AC 1.12 2CDC 252 179 F0b05 A1 A1 15 15 DA CT-EBD. c/o contact A1-A2 15-16/18 Supply: 24-48 V DC or 24-240 V AC 1. c/o contact A1-A2 15-16/18 25-26/28 Supply: 24-48 V DC or 24-240 V AC 1. c/o contact 2. n/o contact (delta contactor) A1-A2 17-18 17-28 Supply: 24-48 V DC or 24-240 V AC 1.22 2CDC 252 116 F0b06 A1 Y1/ B1 A1 15 15 25 25 B CT-AHD.12 A1 A1 15 15 A2 16 18 26 28 18 28 16 26 Y1/B1 A2 A2 18 16 16 18 A2 A2 18 28 16 18 26 28 16 26 A2 A2 18 16 16 18 A2 A1-A2 Supply: 12-240 V AC/DC A1-A2 15-16/18 1.

if nothing else indicated Type Input circuit .. 2 n/o contacts (CT-SDD. CT-SAD) Recovery time Repeat accuracy (constant parameters) Accuracy within the rated control supply voltage tolerance Accuracy within the temperature range Star-delta transition time Star-delta transition time tolerance Indication of operational states Control supply voltage / timing Relay status Output circuit Number of contacts CT-SDD CT-SAD U: green LED V: W: R: yellow LED V: 15-16/18 15-16/18.5-10 s 3.) 0.100 pF/m 30 ms see rated control supply voltage max.05-1 s 4. 4 A n/c contact n/o contact Mechanical lifetime Electrical lifetime Short-circuit proof / maximum fuse rating (IEC/EN 60947-5-1) relay.100 h 4 time ranges 0.) 0.6 W on request 1.06 % / °C fixed 50 ms adjustable: 20 -100 ms in steps of 10 ms 2 ms control supply voltage applied timing output relay 1 or 2 energized 7 time ranges 0. 25-26/28 17-18.005 % / U t < 0.Control circuit voltage-related triggering Control input.5-10 min 2.) 0.05 s .+10 % DC or 50/60 Hz 50/60 Hz DC or 47-63 Hz 47-63 Hz 0. see data sheet 250 V 12 V / 100 mA see load limit curves 6A 5A 3A on request 6A 5A 2A on request 30 x 106 switching cycles 0.Supply circuit Rated control supply voltage US 1 CT-D with1 c/o contact A1-A2 A1-A2 CT-D with 2 c/o contacts 24-240 V AC / 24-48 V DC 12-240 V AC/DC (CT-MFD.) 5-100 h 1.10 min (CT-SDD.3 VA on request min.. 20 ms Rated control supply voltage US tolerance Rated frequency Frequency range typical power consumption AC/DC versions AC versions AC/DC versions AC versions 24 V DC 230 V AC 115 V AC Power failure buffering time Input circuit .) 5-100 min 6.) 0.3 VA on request 1.) 0.21) -15.) 5-100 s 5.5 % t < 0. 230 V.5-10 s 3. Control function Maximum cable length to the control input Minimum control pulse length Control voltage potential Current consumption of the control input parallel load / polarized Timing circuit Time ranges A1-Y1/B1 start timing external 50 m .Electronic timers CT-D range Technical data Data at Ta = 25 °C and rated values. CT-SAD) Cd-free.5-10 h 7. 17-28 Contact material Rated operational voltage Ue Minimum switching voltage / minimum switching current Maximum switching voltage / maximum switching current Rated operational current Ie (IEC 60947-5-1 ) for category AC12 (resistive) at 230 V AC15 (inductive) at 230 V DC12 (resistive) at 24 V DC13 (inductive) at 24 V at AC12.05 s . 2 c/o contacts relay. 4 mA yes / yes 1.5-10 min < 50 ms t < 0.) 0.05-1 s 2.1 x 106 switching cycles 6 A fast 10 A fast  17 2CDC110004C0204 . 1 c/o contact relay.) 0.) 5-100 s 4.

143 lb) DIN rail (EN 60715). VDE 0110.15 x 2. 1 s IEC 61812-1.2/50 µs 2 III 300 V 300 V 300 V 250 V 2. EN 61812-1 + A11. 95 % RH 4 m/s2.69 x 2. EN 55022 4 kV.10 Hz 150 m/s2. +60 °C -40 . VDE 0110..5 mm2 (2 x 20-16 AWG) 1 x 0. 11 ms Stripping length Torque Environmental data Ambient temperature range operation storage Humidity (cyclic) (IEC/EN 60068-2-30) Vibration (sinusoidal) (IEC/EN 60068-2-6) Shock (half-sine) (IEC/EN 60068-2-27) Isolation data Rated impulse withstand voltage Uimp between all isolated circuits (VDE 0110. 60 g (0.28 inches) approx.5-1.5-2.5 mm x 80 mm x 58 mm (0.. EN 55022 HF line emission IEC/CISPR 22. if nothing else indicated Type General data Duty time Dimensions (W x H x D) Weight Mounting Mounting position Minimum distance to other units Degree of protection Electrical connection Wire size min.5-1. IEC/EN 61140) Test voltage between all isolated circuits (type test) Standards Product standard Low Voltage Directive EMC directive RoHS directive Electromagnetic compatibility Interference immunity electrostatic discharge (ESD) IEC/EN 61000-4-2 electromagnetic field (HF radiation resistance) IEC/EN 61000-4-3 fast transients (Burst) IEC/EN 61000-4-4 powerful impulses (Surge) IEC/EN 61000-4-5 HF line emission IEC/EN 61000-4-6 Interference emission electromagnetic field (HF radiation resistance) IEC/CISPR 22. 10. IEC/EN 60664-1) Pollution category (IEC/EN 60664-1. 1.5-4 mm2 (1 x 20-12 AWG) 7 mm (0.28 inches) (0..76 x 2... snap-mounting without any tool any no / no IP50 / IP20 2 x 0.5 mm x 70 mm x 58 mm 17.0. 20 cycles.5 mm2 (1 x 20-14 AWG) 2 x 0. DIN VDE 0435 part 2021 73/23/EEC 89/336/EEC IEC/EN 61000-6-1.5-1. 65 g (0. +85 °C 6 x 24 h cycles. CT-D with1 c/o contact CT-D with 2 c/o contacts horizontal / vertical enclosure / terminals fine-strand with wire end ferrule without wire end ferrule rigid 100% 17.. IEC/EN 61000-6-2 Level 3 (6 kV / 8 kV) Level 3 (10 V/m) Level 3 (2 kV / 5 kHz) Level 4 (2 kV L-L) Level 3 (10 V) IEC/EN 61000-6-3.5-2..69 x 3.. IEC/EN 61000-6-4 B B 18 2CDC110004C0204  .8 Nm -25 . 55 °C..5.150.132 lb) approx.5 kV.Electronic timers CT-D range Technical data 1 Data at Ta = 25 °C and rated values. / max.5 mm2 (1 x 20-14 AWG) 2 x 0.5 mm2 (2 x 20-16 AWG) 1 x 0..28 inches) 0. UL 508) Rated insulation voltage Ui input circuit / output circuit output circuit 1 / output circuit 2 Basic insulation (IEC/EN 61140) input circuit / output circuit Protective separation input circuit / output circuit (VDE 0106 part 101 and part 101/A1.. UL 508) Overvoltage category (IEC/EN 60664-1.5 mm2 (2 x 20-16 AWG) 1 x 0. 50 Hz.

Wiring notes.28“ 43.3 0.5 0.69“ 17.15“ 19 2CDC110004C0204 .5 0.69“ 17.4 0.4 1.76“ 45 1.1 0.2 0.2“ 5 58 2.0 Switching current [A] cos ϕ Wiring notes for devices with control input Parallel load to control input possible / allowed 2CDC 252 102 F0b06 L(+) A1 Y1/B1 A2 N(-) Dimensional drawing Dimensions in mm 0.77“ CT-D devices with 1 c/o contact 2CDC 252 131 F0b06 CT-D devices with 2 c/o contacts  80 3.7 0.71“ 0.5 Contact lifetime 2CDC 252 123 F0206 Switching cycles 250 V resistive load 0.8 0. Dimensional drawings Technical diagrams Load limit curves AC load (resistive) 2CDC 252 122 F0206 AC voltage [V] 1 DC load (resistive) 2CDC 252 121 F0206 45 1.28“ 43.5 0.9 1.2“ 5 58 2.71“ 70 2.9 0.4 1.Electronic timers CT-D range Technical diagrams.6 0.7 0.77“ 2CDC 252 130 F0b06 resistive load DC voltage [V] resistive load AC current [A] DC current [A] Derating factor F for inductive AC load 2CDC 252 124 F0206 Derating factor F 1.6 0.0 0.8 0.

Notes 1 20 2CDC110004C0204  .

...................................................... Dimensional drawing ................................ Technical diagrams..................................................................................................................................................... Function diagrams....................... Technical data .................... Benefits and advantages ....... Connection diagrams .................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 22 22 23 26 31 32 34  21 2CDC110004C0204 .................... Wiring notes........ Electronic timers CT-E range 1 Contents CT-E range .................................................... Ordering details ................................................................................................................

1-10 s.100 h (CT-MFE) ½ Devices with: ½ 1 c/o contact (250 V / 4 A) or solid-state output for high switching frequencies (thyristor 0. 0. Connecting screws in M3 (Pozidrive 1) ½ Diversity: ½ 2 multifunction timers ½ 56 single-function timers ½ 4 switching relays ½ Control supply voltages ½ Single range: 110-130 V AC. A. 3-300 s.05-1 s. 220-240 V AC ½ Dual range: 24 V AC/DC ½ Wide range: 24-240 V AC/DC (CT-MFE) ½ Time ranges: ½ 5 single time ranges: 0. b Operating controls LEDs for status indication U .05 s . 1SVC 110 000 F0508 1SVC 110 000 F 0500 LEDs for status indication All actual operational states are displayed by front-face LEDs. D. thus simplifying commissioning and troubleshooting.or crosshead screwdriver. C.Electronic timers CT-E range Benefits and advantages 1 CT-E range . K. 0. pan.3-30 min ½ 8 time ranges: 0.the economy range Perfect price-performance ratio for OEM users Direct reading scales Direct setting of the time delay without any additional calculation provides accurate time delay adjustment. L / a. E.8 A) ½ Wide connecting screws for easy and fast connection ½ Switching relay CT-IRE for added switching contacts with either side-by-side or diagonal positioned connection terminals ½ Approvals / Marks (depending on device) Easy and fast tightening and release of the connecting screws with pozidrive.3-30 s. 0.green LED: V control supply voltage applied R2: red LED: V output relay energized Time range adjustment Fine adjustment of the time delay Preselection of the timing function 1SVC 110 000 F 0503 1SVC 110 000 F 0500 multifunctional single-functional Synonyms used expression 1 c/o contact 2 c/o contacts alternative expression(s) SPDT DPDT used expression voltage-related volt-free alternative expression(s) wet / non-floating dry / floating 22 2CDC110004C0204  1SVC 110 000 F 0506 .

1-10 s 0.18 0....08 / 0....... Impulse-OFF with auxiliary voltage......08 / 0.1-10 s 220-240 V AC 1SVR 550 127 F4100 0...08 / 0.1-10 s 110-130 V AC 0.....3-30 s 0...31 Wiring notes .3-30 s 3-300 s 0.100 h ½ CT-MFE CT-MFE 24-240 V AC/DC 1SVR 550 029 R8100 1 0...3-30 min 0........18 0....1-10 s ½ ½ ½ ½ ½ ½ ½ ½ ½ 1SVR 550 118 R1100 1SVR 550 118 R4100 1SVR 550 118 R2100 1SVR 550 110 R1100 1SVR 550 110 R4100 1SVR 550 110 R2100 1SVR 550 111 R1100 1SVR 550 111 R4100 1SVR 550 111 R2100 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0...08 / 0..18 0..18 CT-ERE 1SVR 550 111 F1100 OFF-delay timers B CT-AHE: 1 c/o contact.08 / 0....100 h).18 0..18 0...08 / 0.. 220-240 V AC CT-ARE 110-130 V AC 0......18 0..3-30 s 3-300 s 0.. 2 LEDs 0.18 0...34 Dimensional drawings.05 s ......18 0..18 0.08 / 0.05 s .34  23 2CDC110004C0204 . 1 LED 24 V AC/DC.08 / 0... Flasher starting with ON. Pulse former Function diagrams .....08 / 0.18 0.. 2 LEDs 0.3-30 s 3-300 s 0..3-30 min 1SVR 550 107 R1100 1SVR 550 107 R4100 1SVR 550 107 R2100 1SVR 550 107 R5100 1SVR 550 100 R1100 1SVR 550 100 R4100 1SVR 550 100 R2100 1SVR 550 100 R5100 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0...18 0.........3-30 s 1SVR 550 127 R1100 1SVR 550 127 R4100 1SVR 550 120 R1100 1SVR 550 120 R4100 1 1 1 1 0.. Impulse-ON.08 / 0..Electronic timers CT-E range Ordering details Control input 1 Order code Pack... 220-240 V AC CT-ERE 0...... 8 time ranges (0........1-10 s 0.18 0.... 1 c/o contact.08 / 0.. 2 LEDs 0.08 / 0.08 / 0. OFF-delay with auxiliary voltage.. unit piece Price 1 piece Weight 1 piece kg / lb Type 1SVR 550 029 F8100 Rated control supply voltage Time range Multifunction timer CT-MFE: 6 functions1)..08 / 0.3-30 s 3-300 s 0.32 Connection diagrams .08 / 0......18 CT-ARE 1) Functions: ON-delay..08 / 0.......08 / 0. 1 c/o contact...18 0.3-30 s 3-300 s CT-ARE: without auxiliary voltage......08 / 0.1-10 s 24 V AC/DC 0.......18 0..18 0.18 CT-AHE CT-AHE 110-130 V AC 0.... Flasher starting with OFF.18 0....08 / 0..26 Technical data...18 0.08 / 0....08 / 0.1-10 s 24 V AC/DC..08 / 0.18 ON-delay timers A 1SVR 550 107 F4100 CT-ERE: 1 c/o contact.18 0.

08 / 0. 2 LEDs 1SVR 550 167 F1100 0.18 0...08 / 0. 220-240 V AC CT-YDE 110-130 V AC 0....1-10 s 24 V AC/DC..05-1 s 1SVR 550 150 R3100 1SVR 550 151 R3100 1 1 1 0......08 / 0......08 / 0... 220-240 V AC CT-VWE 110-130 V AC 0..18 CT-YDE Star-delta timers FA...08 / 0.1-10 s CT-AWE 110-130 V AC 0. starting with OFF CB CT-EBE: with symmetrical ON & OFF times. 220-240 V AC 110-130 V AC 0.18 0....18 0..... unit piece Price 1 piece Weight 1 piece kg / lb Impulse-ON timers CA CT-VWE: 1 c/o contact. OFF-delayed without auxiliary voltage...18 0..08 / 0.08 / 0..08 / 0.1-10 s 0.08 / 0..... 1 c/o contact.1-10 s 220-240 V AC 0..18 0.......08 / 0.18 Function diagrams .1-10 s 1SVR 550 167 R1100 1SVR 550 160 R1100 1 1 0...3-30 s 3-300 s 1SVR 550 137 R1100 1SVR 550 137 R4100 1SVR 550 137 R2100 1SVR 550 130 R1100 1SVR 550 130 R4100 1SVR 550 130 R2100 1 1 1 1 1 1 0....3-30 s 3-300 s 0.18 0.... 1 c/o contact.18 0...08 / 0.08 / 0......08 / 0......34 Dimensional drawings.......1-10 s 0...3-30 s 3-300 s 1SVR 550 207 R1100 1SVR 550 207 R4100 1SVR 550 207 R2100 1SVR 550 200 R1100 1SVR 550 200 R4100 1SVR 550 200 R2100 1 1 1 1 1 1 0..18 0..1-10 s 24 V AC/DC 0...18 0...18 0.....18 0..08 / 0....3-30 s 3-300 s ½ ½ ½ ½ ½ ½ ½ ½ ½ 1SVR 550 148 R1100 1SVR 550 148 R4100 1SVR 550 148 R2100 1SVR 550 140 R1100 1SVR 550 140 R4100 1SVR 550 140 R2100 1SVR 550 141 R1100 1SVR 550 141 R4100 1SVR 550 141 R2100 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0.18 0.08 / 0.1-10 s 24 V AC/DC..32 Connection diagrams . 2 LEDs CT-EBE 24 V AC/DC..08 / 0.......08 / 0..Electronic timers CT-E range Ordering details Control input 1 Type 1SVR 550 137 F1100 Rated control supply voltage Time range Order code Pack. 2 LEDs 0.. 1 c/o contact...08 / 0. 2 LEDs 0.08 / 0...08 / 0..3-30 s 3-300 s 0..18 CT-AWE CT-AWE 110-130 V AC 220-240 V AC CT-AWE: with auxiliary voltage..08 / 0...18 0...18 0.... FC CT-YDE: ON-delayed....08 / 0.34 24 2CDC110004C0204  .. 1 c/o contact.18 CT-VWE 2CDC 251 125 F0004 Impulse-OFF timers CB CT-AWE: without auxiliary voltage.08 / 0..18 0.3-30 s 3-300 s 0....18 0......31 Wiring notes . 2 LEDs 24 V AC/DC 1SVR 550 158 R3100 0.18 CT-EBE 1SVR 550 207 F4100 Flasher.....18 0.18 0...26 Technical data..18 0..08 / 0.08 / 0..18 0..3-30 s 3-300 s 0.08 / 0....18 0.....

....08 / 0.. 220-240 V AC CT-SDE 110-130 V AC 380-415 V AC 0...KE are solid-state timers with thyristor output for 2-wire applications...18 CT-IRE: Impulse-OFF.. 2 LEDs 24 V AC/DC.... 1 LED 0....26 Technical data...08 / 0.3-30 s 3-300 s CT-EKE Notice: 1SVR 550 519 F1000 CT-..... They are connected directly in series with the control coil of contactors or relays.. Impulse-ON (AC only). solid-state output...18 0.... Voltage should not be applied without a load connected....18 0..18 CT-AKE 24-240 V AC 0..18 0. internally wired...34  25 2CDC110004C0204 .08 / 0. 1) Functions: ON-delay (AC/DC)....3-30 s 3-300 s 1SVR 550 509 R1000 1SVR 550 509 R4000 1SVR 550 509 R2000 1 1 1 0.......08 / 0........18 0. Flasher starting with ON (AC only)...32 Connection diagrams ...08 / 0. A1/A2 diagonally.08 / 0.. A1/A2 on top. because there is no current limiting in the unit.08 / 0.18 CT-SDE 2CDC 251 128 F0004 Switching relays G CT-IRE: Impulse-OFF.........08 / 0..18 0....... 1 c/o contact... 1 c/o contact.... 1 n/c contact.1-10 s 1SVR 550 519 R1000 1SVR 550 519 R4000 1SVR 550 519 R2000 1 1 1 0. 1 LED CT-MKE 24-240 V AC/DC 0..08 / 0.....18 0..18 0...31 Wiring notes .Electronic timers CT-E range Ordering details Control input 1 Order code Pack. unit piece Price 1 piece Weight 1 piece kg / lb Type 2CDC 251 059 F0003 Rated control supply voltage Time range CT-SDE: ON-delayed with fixed transition time.......18 Solid-state output / contactless 1SVR 550 019 F0000 Multifunction timer CT-MKE: 4 functions1)..18 CT-MKE ON-delay timers A CT-EKE: solid-state output........ functions and time range selection via external jumpers............ 3-300 s 1SVR 550 019 R0000 1 0....08 / 0.1-10 s.3-30 s 1SVR 550 217 R4100 1SVR 550 210 R4100 1SVR 550 212 R4100 1 1 1 0...... 1 n/o contact.08 / 0..18 1SVR 550 509 F2000 OFF-delay timers B CT-AKE: solid-state output.....34 CT-AKE Dimensional drawings...08 / 0.. 2 LEDs CT-IRE 24 V AC/DC 220-240 V AC/DC 1SVR 550 228 R9100 1SVR 550 221 R9100 1 1 0.18 0.08 / 0.....1-10 s CT-EKE 24-240 V AC/DC 0..08 / 0.. 2 LEDs CT-IRE CT-IRE 24 V AC/DC 220-240 V AC/DC 1SVR 550 238 R9100 1SVR 550 231 R9100 1 1 0...... Flasher starting with OFF (AC only) Function diagrams . 1 LED 0......

connected to terminals A1-Y1. Control supply voltage is always applied to terminals A1-A2/B1. CT-MFE Timing begins when control supply voltage is applied. When the selected time delay is complete. resets the time delay. the output relay energizes. CT-MFE This function requires continuous control supply voltage for timing. If control input A1-Y1 closes before the time delay is complete. the output relay de-energizes and the time delay is reset. 2CDC 252 130 F0205 A1-A2/B1 15-18 15-16 green LED red LED t <t A1-A2 A1-Y1 15-18 15-16 green LED red LED t t = adjusted time delay t = adjusted time delay Minimum control pulse length: 20 ms 26 2CDC110004C0204  2CDC 252 132 F0205 . If the control contact is closed. The n/o contacts are designated with 15-16 and 15-18. with auxiliary voltage (Delay on break) CT-AHE. Timing starts again when the control input reopens. Control input A1-Y1 of the CT-MFE is disabled when this function is selected. The output relay does not energize. When the time delay is complete. the output relay de-energizes. Timing is controlled by a control input. the output relay energizes.Electronic timers CT-E range Function diagrams 1 Remarks Legend G Control supply voltage not applied / Output contact open B Control supply voltage applied / Output contact closed A1-Y1/B1 Control input with voltage-related triggering Terminal designations on the device and in the diagrams The c/o contact is always designated 15-16/18. the time delay is reset. A ON-delay (Delay on make) CT-ERE. If control input A1-Y1 is opened. B OFF-delay. Function of the red LED The red LED R glows as soon as the output relay energizes and turns off when the output relay de-energizes. the selected time delay starts. Interrupting control supply voltage before the time delay is complete. If control supply voltage is interrupted.

CB Impulse-OFF. Interrupting control supply voltage or closing control input A1-Y1. When timing is complete. before the time delay is complete. energizes the output relay. If control supply voltage is interrupted before the time delay is complete. the output relay deenergizes. Control supply voltage must be applied for the minimum energizing time (200 ms). CA Impulse-ON (Interval) CT-VWE. 2CDC 252 138 F0205 A1-A2 15-18 15-16 green LED red LED t A1-A2 A1-Y1 15-18 15-16 green LED red LED t t = adjusted pulse time t = adjusted pulse time  27 2CDC110004C0204 2CDC 252 137 F0205 2CDC 252 134 F0205 . Applying control supply voltage. de-energizes the output relay and resets the time delay. the output relay de-energizes. the output relay energizes and the OFF time starts. for proper operation. Control supply voltage must be applied for the minimum energizing time (200 ms). without auxiliary voltage (True trailing edge interval) CT-AWE The Impulse-OFF function without auxiliary voltage does not require control supply voltage for timing. If control supply voltage is re-applied. 1 2CDC 252 133 F0205 A1-A2/B1 15-18 15-16 green LED t A1-A2/B1 15-18 15-16 green LED red LED t <t t = adjusted time delay t = adjusted pulse time CB Impulse-OFF. before the time delay is complete. If control supply voltage is interrupted. When the selected time delay is complete. CT-MFE The output relay energizes immediately when control supply voltage is applied and de-energizes when the selected time delay is complete.Electronic timers CT-E range Function diagrams B OFF-delay. When timing is complete. The control input A1-Y1 of the CT-MFE has to be jumpered if this time function is configured. Opening control input A1-Y1. the output relay de-energizes and the time delay is reset. If control supply voltage is re-applied. without auxiliary voltage (true delay on break) CT-ARE The OFF-delay function without auxiliary voltage does not require control supply voltage for timing. for proper operation. the time delay is reset and the output relay de-energizes. before the time delay is complete. the OFF-delay starts. energizes the output relay immediately and timing begins. the output relay de-energizes. the time delay is reset and the output relay remains energized. with auxiliary voltage (Trailing edge interval) CT-AWE This function requires continuous control supply voltage. If control supply voltage is interrupted.

energizes the output relay for the selected ON time. CT-MFE Applying control supply voltage.Electronic timers CT-E range Function diagrams 1 Flasher starting with ON (Recycling equal times. Control input A1-Y1 of the CT-MFE is disabled when this function is selected. Applying control supply voltage. the output relay de-energizes and the time delay is reset. the output relay de-energizes. starts timing with symmetrical ON & OFF times. ON first) CT-MFE Applying control supply voltage. If control supply voltage is interrupted. it can be restarted by closing control input A1-Y1. After the time delay is complete. or as a coupling/decoupling interface. with control supply voltage applied. DA Flasher starting with OFF (Recycling equal times. the output relay de-energizes and the time delay is reset. H G Switching relay CT-IRE The switching relay may be used to increase the number of available contacts or to reinforce contacts. the output relay de-energizes and the ON time is reset. If control supply voltage is interrupted. 2CDC 252 136 F0205 A1-A2 A1-Y1 15-18 15-16 green LED red LED t t A1-A2 15-18 15-16 green LED t = adjusted pulse time 28 2CDC110004C0204  2CDC 252 145 F0205 2CDC 252 140 F0205 . Operating the control input switch A1-Y1 during the time delay has no effect. When the ON time is complete. starts timing with symmetrical ON & OFF times. DB 2CDC 252 139 F0205 A1-A2 15-18 15-16 green LED red LED t t A1-A2/B1 15-18 15-16 green LED red LED t t t = adjusted flashing time t = adjusted flashing time Pulse former (Single shot) CT-MFE Closing the control input connected to terminals A1-Y1. If control supply voltage is interrupted during timing. The cycle starts with an OFF time first. The cycle starts with an ON time first. energizes the output relay. OFF first) CT-EBE. Control input A1-Y1 of the CT-MFE is disabled when this function is selected. The output relay de-energizes if supply voltage is interrupted.

energizes the star contactor (K1) and the line contactor (K2) and begins the set starting time. the fixed transition time starts. contact 15-18 energizes the delta contactor (K3). contact 15-16 de-energizes the star contactor (K1) Now. When the starting time is complete. When the starting time is complete. the fixed transition time starts. energizes the star contactor (K1) and the line contactor (K2) and begins the set starting time. FC Power circuit diagram 1SVC 110 000 F 0389 A1-A2/B1 15-18 15-16 green LED red LED Star contactor Delta contactor t1 t1 = adjustable starting time t2 = fixed transition time of 30 ms t2 2CDC 252 134 F0206 Control circuit diagram  1SVC 110 000 F 0392 29 2CDC110004C0204 . When the transition time is complete.Electronic timers CT-E range Function diagrams Star-delta change-over CT-YDE Applying control supply voltage. contact 15-16 energizes the delta contactor (K3). Now. contact 15-16 de-energizes the star contactor (K1). 1SVC 110 000 F0390 FA 1 A1-A2/B1 15-18 15-16 green LED red LED Star contactor Delta contactor t1 t1 = adjustable starting time t2 = fixed transition time of 50 ms t2 2CDC 252 133 F0206 Control circuit diagram Star-delta change-over CT-SDE Applying control supply voltage. When the transition time is complete.

the load de-energizes and the time delay is reset. t = adjusted flashing time A1-A2 Thyristor A1-A2 red LED t t External connection X2-X4 required. A1-AL Y1-Y2 Thyristor A1-AL green LED 2CDC 252 151 F0205 A1-AL Thyristor A1-AL green LED t <t 2CDC 252 150 F0205 t = adjusted time delay t = adjusted time delay Notice: CT-. The green LED glows as long as the load is energized. When the control input closes. Interrupting control supply voltage before the time delay is complete. When control supply voltage is applied to terminal A1 and the load connected in series with A2. They are connected directly in series with the control coil of contactors or relays. with auxiliary voltage (Delay on break) CT-AKE The OFF-delay function with auxiliary voltage requires continuous control supply voltage at terminal A1 and the load connected in series with AL. because there is no current limiting in the unit. If control supply voltage is interrupted.1-10 s X3-X4 open: 3-300 s B OFF-delay. If control supply voltage is interrupted. for timing.. t = adjusted pulse time A1-A2 Thyristor A1-A2 red LED t t External connection X1-X4 and X2-X4 required. If control supply voltage is interrupted. resets the time delay. The green LED glows as long as the load is energized. the load de-energizes and the time delay is reset. the load de-energizes and the time delay is reset. Timing starts again when the control input re-opens. 30 2CDC110004C0204  2CDC 252 149 F0205 G Flasher. The load does not energize. If the control input opens. the load de-energizes and the time delay is reset. Interrupting control supply voltage resets the time delay and de-energizes the load. When the selected time delay is complete. starting with OFF 2CDC 252 148 F0205 F Flasher. the load energizes. The load energizes and timing starts when control supply voltage is applied to terminal A1 and the load connected in series with A2. The load does not energize. Timing is controlled by a control input. If control supply voltage is interrupted. Interrupting control supply voltage before the time delay is complete. the load energizes and de-energizes with the selected ON & OFF times. When the selected time delay is complete. The ON & OFF times are equal. connected to terminals Y2-A2. t = adjusted time delay A1-A2 Thyristor A1-A2 red LED t <t External connection X1-X4 required. The cycle starts with an ON time first (load energized). de-energizes the load and resets the time delay. the load de-energizes. the time delay is reset and the load remains energized. the load energizes and de-energizes with the selected ON & OFF times. the load energizes. When control supply voltage is applied to terminal A1 and the load connected in series with A2. the load connected to A1-A2 energizes. resets the time delay. Voltage should not be applied without a load connected. the selected time delay starts (minimum control pulse length is 20 ms). Timing begins when control supply voltage is applied to terminal A1 and the load connected in series with A2. starting with ON 2CDC 252 147 F0205 D Impulse-ON (Interval) . When the selected time delay is complete. Interrupting control supply voltage before the time delay is complete. The ON & OFF times are equal. The cycle starts with an OFF time first (load de-energized). t = adjusted flashing time Programming the time ranges ON-delay (Delay on make) CT-EKE Timing begins when control supply voltage is applied to terminal A1 and the load connected in series with AL.KE are solid-state timers with thyristor output for 2-wire applications. When the selected time delay is complete. If control input Y2-A2 closes before the time delay is complete.Electronic timers CT-E range Function diagrams 1 Multifunction timer CT-MKE Functions and time ranges are programmed by simply plugging in external wire jumpers.. the load de-energizes. A1-A2 Thyristor A1-A2 red LED t <t 2CDC 252 146 F0205 t A ON-delay (Delay on Make) Without external connection. A X3-X4 jumpered: 0.

............ voltage A1-A2 Supply: 220-240 V AC or 110-130 V AC Supply: 24 V AC/DC c/o contact A1(+)-A2(-) Supply: 24 V AC/DC or 110-240 V AC or 220-240 V AC 15-16/18 c/o contact Device with aux.. 1SVR 550 212 R4100 A1-A2 Supply: 110-130 V AC or 380-415 V AC Supply terminals diagonally positioned A1-A2 Supply: 24 V AC/DC or 220-240 V AC/DC 15-16/18 c/o contact 11-12/14 c/o contact K CT-IRE 2CDC 252 164 F0005 A1 A1 11 A2 CT-MKE 2CDC 252 165 F0005 A1 X1 A1 U A2 X2 A CT-EKE A1 A1 AL 2CDC 252 166 F0005 B CT-AKE A1 Y2 AL A1 AL A2 11 12 12 14 14 A2 Y2 AL X3 X4 A2 A2 Supply terminals on one side of the device A1-A2 Supply: 24 V AC/DC or 220-240 V AC/DC c/o contact A1-A2 Supply: 24-240 V AC/DC A1-A2 Thyristor X1-X4 Timing function adjustment X2-X4 Timing function adjustment X3-X4 Time range adjustment (Details see function diagrams) A1-AL A1-AL Supply: 24-240 V AC/DC Thyristor A1-AL A1-AL Y2-A2 Supply: 24-240 V AC Thyristor Control input 11-12/14 • 1) Wiring notes ... 34  31 2CDC110004C0204 ....Electronic timers CT-E range Connection diagrams CT-MFE 2CDC 252 152 F0005 A1 A1 15 15 Y1 A CT-ERE 2CDC 252 153 F0005 A1 A1 B1 15 15 B1 B CT-AHE 1) 2CDC 252 154 F0005 A1 A1 15 15 Y1 B CT-ARE A1 A1 B1 15 15 B1 2CDC 252 155 F0005 1 A2 16 18 16 18 A2 A2 16 18 16 18 A2 A2 16 18 16 18 A2 A2 16 18 16 18 A2 A1-A2 Supply: 24-240 V AC/DC A1-A2 A1-B1 A1-Y1 15-16/18 Control input c/o contact 15-16/18 Supply: 220-240 V AC or 110-130 V AC Supply: 24 V AC/DC c/o contact A1(+)-A2(-) Supply: 24 V AC/DC or 110-240 V AC or 220-240 V AC A1-Y1 Control input 15-16/18 c/o contact A1-A2 A1-B1 15-16/18 Supply: 220-240 V AC or 110-130 V AC Supply: 24 V AC/DC c/o contact D CT-VWE 2CDC 252 156 F0b05 A1 A1 15 15 B1 E CT-AWE 2CDC 252 157 F0b05 A1 A1 15 15 E CT-AWE 1) 2CDC 252 158 F0b05 A1 A1 15 15 Y1 G CT-EBE A1 A1 B1 15 15 B1 2CDC 252 159 F0005 2CDC 252 167 F0005 2CDC 252 163 F0005 A2 B1 16 18 16 18 A2 A2 16 18 16 18 A2 A2 16 18 16 18 A2 A2 16 18 16 18 A2 Device without aux......... voltage A1-A2 Supply: 24 V AC/DC or 110-240 V AC or 220-240 V AC Control input c/o contact A1-A2 Supply: 220-240 V AC or 110-130 V AC Supply: 24 V AC/DC c/o contact A1-B1 15-16/18 A1-B1 15-16/18 A1-Y1 15-16/18 I CT-YDE 2CDC 252 160 F0005 A1 A1 15 15 B1 J CT-SDE 2CDC 252 161 F0005 A1 A1 15 15 B1 J CT-SDE A1 A1 15 15 2CDC 252 162 F0005 K CT-IRE A1 A1 11 11 A2 B1 16 18 16 18 A2 A2 B1 16 16 18 18 A2 A2 16 16 18 18 A2 A2 12 14 12 14 A2 A1-A2 A1-B1 15-16/18 Supply: 220-240 V AC or 110-130 V AC Supply: 24 V AC/DC c/o contact Device: 1SVR 550 217 R4100 A1-A2 Supply: 220-240 V AC A1-B1 Supply: 24 V AC/DC 15-16/18 c/o contact Devices: 1SVR 550 210 R4100..........

3..) 0.05-1 s 2.06 % / °C Star-delta transition time CT-YDE / CT-SDE 50 ms / 30 ms Minimum duty time CT-ARE 200 ms Indication of operational states Control supply voltage U: green LED V: control supply voltage applied Relay status R: red LED V: output relay energized Output circuit Kind of output / number of contacts 15-16/18 relay.5-10 min 6.) 5-100 s 4. 220-240 V AC 380-415 V AC 24 V AC/DC Current consumption while timing Input circuit . A1-AL Thyristor Contact material AgCdO Rated operational voltage Ue (VDE 0110. 4 A 0.05 s .Control circuit voltage-related control Control input. if nothing else indicated Type Input circuit .3-30 s 3-300 s 0. 230 V. 250 V DC Rated operational current Ie AC12 (resistive) at 230 V 4A (IEC 60947-5-1) for category AC15 (inductive) at 230 V 3A DC12 (resistive) at 24 V 4A DC13 (inductive) at 24 V 2A Mechanical lifetime 30 x 106 switching cycles Electrical lifetime at AC12.Electronic timers CT-E range Technical data 1 Data at Ta = 25 °C and rated values.5-10 s 3.) 3-300 s Recovery time <50 ms CT-ARE: <200 ms CT-MKE: <100 ms CT-AWE.0 VA approx.5 % / % U Repeat accuracy within the temperature range t <0.05-1 s 0.) 5-100 min 7. A1-AL A1-A2 A1-A2 A1-A2 A1-B1 CT-E (solide-state) Rated control supply voltage US tolerance Rated frequency Current / power consumption AC/DC versions AC versions 24-240 V AC/DC.0 VA/W approx. 1. 1 c/o contact A1-A2.100 h (CT-MFE) 1. IEC 60947-1) 250 V Maximum switching voltage 250 V AC.1-10 s 0.0 VA approx.1 x 106 switching cycles 32 2CDC110004C0204  . 2.3-30 min 8 time ranges 0.) 0. CT-SDE: <400 ms CT-AKE: <300 ms CT-YDE: <500 ms Repeat accuracy (constant parameters) t <1 % Repeat accuracy within the rated control supply voltage tolerance t <0.) 5-100 h 2 time ranges 0.+10 % DC or 50/60 Hz 50/60 Hz approx.) 0. 1.0-2.Supply circuit Rated control supply voltage US CT-E (relays) A1-A2. control function Minimum control pulse length Control voltage potential parallel load / non-polarized Timing circuit Time ranges 24-240 V AC/DC 24-240 V AC 110-130 V AC 220-240 V AC 380-415 V AC 24 V AC/DC -15.5-10 h 8.1-300 s (CT-MKE) 1.1-10 s 2.0 VA/W 2 mA (24-60 V AC/DC) 8 mA (60-240 V AC/DC) - A1-Y1 start timing external 20 ms see US no / no 1 of 5 time ranges per singlefunction device 0. A1-AL A1-A2. 24-240 V AC 110-130 V AC.) 50-1000 s 5..) 0.1 % / °C CT-MFE: t <0.) 0.

09 inch x 3. 50 Hz. CT-ARE: 5 A CT-E (solide-state) CT-MKE: 20 mA CT-EKE. / max. IEC 664.176 lb) DIN rail (EN 60715) any no / no IP50 / IP20 2 x 0..2 nF 1 n/c contact n/o contact at 24 V AC at 42 V AC at 60 V AC at 110 V AC at 240 V AC General data Duty time Dimensions (W x H x D) Weight Mounting Mounting position Minimum distance to other units Degree of protection Electrical connection Wire size min. IEC 664) Pollution category (VDE 0110.75 mm2 / 2 x 1.Electronic timers CT-E range Technical data Data at Ta = 25 °C and rated values. CT-AKE: 0. maximum fuse rating Minimum load current Maximum load current Load current reduction / Derating Maximum surge current Voltage drop in connected state Cable length between solid-state timer and connected load at 50 Hz and a cable capacity of 100 pF/m : CT-E (relays) 10 A fast.5 kV. EN 61000-4-5 IEC 1000-4-6.5 mm x 78.+85 °C 24 h cycles.07 inch) approx. IEC 664.5 mm2 (2 x 18 AWG / 2 x16 AWG) 2 x 1 mm2 / 2 x 1.55-0.2/50 µs III/C III/C 2.886 inch x 3. 93 % rel.75 mm2 / 2 x 1... 96 h 6g 10 g 4 kV. CT-AKE: 15 A 3V 220 m / 22 nF 100 m / 10 nF 65 m / 6. EN 61000-4-6  33 2CDC110004C0204 . IEC 255-5) Overvoltage category (VDE 0110.5 mm2 (2 x 18 AWG / 2 x16 AWG) 2 x 0. 80 g (0.8 Nm -20.8 A at Ta = 20 °C CT-EKE. Torque Environmental data Ambient temperature range horizontal / vertical enclosure / terminals fine-strand rigid with wire end ferrule without wire end ferrule 100 % 22.. CT-AKE: 10 mA CT-MKE: 0.5 nF 50 m / 5 nF 22 m / 2. IEC 60947-1) Standards Product standard Low Voltage Directive EMC directive Electromagnetic compatibility Interfrence immunity electrostatic discharge (ESD) electromagnetic field (HF radiation resistance) fast transients (Burst) powerful impulses (Surge) HF line emmission Interference emission IEC/EN 61000-4-2 IEC/EN 61000-4-3 IEC/EN 61000-4-4 IEC 1000-4-5.5 mm x 78 mm (0.. if nothing else indicated Type Short circuit proof. 1 s 300 V (supply up to 240 V) 500 V (supply up to 440 V) IEC/EN 61812-1 73/23/EEC 89/336/EEC IEC/EN 61000-6-2 Level 3 (6 kV / 8 kV) Level 3 (10 V/m) Level 3 (2 kV / 5 kHz) Level 4 (2 kV L-L) Level 3 (10 V) IEC/EN 61000-6-4 operation storage Humidity (IEC 68-2-30) Operational reliability (IEC 68-2-6) Mechanical resistance (IEC 68-2-6) Isolation data Rated impulse withstand voltage Uimp between all isolated circuits (VDE 0110. IEC 255-5) Test voltage between all isolated circuits (type test) Rated insulation voltage Ui between supply circuit. CT-ARE: 5 A 10 A fast.+60 °C -40. 1.7 A 10 mA/°C CT-MKE: 20 A for t 20 ms CT-EKE. control circuit and output circuit (VDE 0110.5 mm2 (2 x 18 AWG / 2 x16 AWG) 0. 55 °C.

9 1.9 0.3 0.1 DC load (resistive) 2CDC 252 193 F0205 0.5 1 2 I 4 6 10 A Derating factor F for inductive AC load 2CDC 252 192 F0205 0.7 0.5 .07“ 34 2CDC110004C0204  2CDC 252 201 F0b05 .5 1 2 I 4 6 10 A 1 2 3 4 5 6 I 7 8 A V 300 U 200 100 80 60 50 40 30 20 10 0.1 0.8 F 0.1 0.6 0.2 0.4 0.886“ 81 3.19“ 78.Electronic timers CT-E range Technical diagrams.2 0.7 0.2 0.6 0.0 cos ϕ 1.5 0. CT-AWE with auxiliary voltage) 2CDC 252 200 F0b05 2CDC 252 199 F0b05 I A1 I Y1 I I A1 Y1 I A1 Y1 I U 2CDC 252 198 F0b05 U U U A1 Y1 A2 A2 A2 A2 Dimensional drawing Dimensions in mm 88.5 3.5 3. Dimensional drawing 1 Technical diagrams Load limit curves AC load (resistive) 2CDC 252 194 F0205 V 300 U 200 100 80 60 50 40 30 20 10 0.5 0.48“ 22. Wiring notes.8 0.0 Contact lifetime 2CDC 252 191 F0205 105 9 8 N 5 4 3 2 104 220 V 50 Hz 1 AC 360 cycles/h Wiring notes for single-function devices with control contact (CT-AHE.09“ 2CDC 252 189 F0b05 78 3.

............................................................................. Benefits and advantages .................................. Technical data .......................................................... Ordering details ............. .................................................. Electronic timers CT-S range 1 Contents CT-S range ........................... Wiring instructions................................................... Function diagrams.................................................................................................................. Dimensional drawing .......................................................................................................................................... Ordering details ........................................................................... Conversion table CT-S 1SVR 430 ................................................................... Technical diagrams.................................................Accessories ............................................................................................................................................. Connection diagrams ............... 36 36 37 40 41 42 51 54 56 57  35 2CDC110004C0204 ..................................................................... 1SVR 630 ...........................

the high end timers universal and economic Time range preselection and fine adjustment Direct assignment of the preselected time range to the fine adjustment potentiometer scale by multicolor scales.g. Available as an accessory.green LED: V control supply voltage applied W timing R / R1 / R2 . A. rigid or fine-strand. to start timing. They can be powered either by the control supply voltage applied to A1 or by another voltage out of the rated control supply voltage range. D. C. frontface potentiometer is disabled. Potential distribution does not require additional terminals. output relay energized Time range adjustment Fine adjustment of the time delay Preselection of the timing function Set the 2nd c/o contact as an instantaneous contact Synonyms used expression 1 c/o contact 2 c/o contacts alternative expression(s) SPDT DPDT The new CT-S range offers two types of devices: one with volt-free and one with voltage-related triggering. with or without wire end ferrules. L. volt-free L(+) 2CDC 252 101 F0b06 voltage-related 2CDC 252 103 F0b06 L(+) L(+) L(+) A1 X1 Y1 A1 Y1/B1 multifunctional single-functional N(-) A2 Z2 A2 N(-) 1) selected devices used expression voltage-related volt-free alternative expression(s) wet / non-floating dry / floating 36 2CDC110004C0204  . The control inputs of the devices with voltage-related triggering are capable of switching a parallel load and are not polarized. 2CDC 252 064 F0006 Integrated marker label Integrated marker labels allow the product to be marked quickly and simply. E. Sealable transparent cover Protection against unauthorized changes of time and threshold values. the internal. K / a. pause timing ½ Sealable transparent cover for protection against unauthorized changes of time and threshold values ½ Integrated marker label ½ Approvals 2)/ Marks Remote potentiometer connection The CT-S range offers the possibility of connecting a remote potentiometer for the fine adjustment of the time delay.NE W Electronic timers CT-S range Benefits and advantages 1 CT-S range . b 1) 2) selected devices pending Control input with volt-free or voltage-related triggering 1) 2CDC 256 060 F0b06 2CDC 256 061 F0b06 Operating controls LEDs for status indication U/T . 2CDC 253 010 F0003 2CDC 252 102 F0b06 2CDC 255 057 F0b06 Double-chamber cage connecting terminals Double-chamber cage connecting terminals provide connection of wires up to 2 x 2. 24-240 V AC ½ Wide range: 24-240 V AC/DC ½ Single range: 380-440 V AC ½ Devices with: ½ 1 or 2 c/o contacts ½ 2nd c/o contact can be selected as instantaneous contact 1) ½ Remote potentiometer connection 1) ½ Control input with volt-free or voltage related triggering e. When an external potentiometer is connected. thus simplifying commissioning and troubleshooting.5 mm2 (2 x 14 AWG).yellow LED: V 1. No additional marker labels are required. 1SVC 110 000 F0507 2CDC 253 065 F0006 ½ Diversity: ½ 8 multifunction timers ½ 13 single-function timers ½ 8 switching relays ½ Control supply voltages: ½ Multi ranges: 24-48 V DC. / 2. 2CDC 253 062 F0006 A1 Y1/B1 A2 N(-) L(-) 2CDC 253 063 F0006 LEDs for status indication All actual operational states are displayed by front-face LEDs.

selectable as inst....... Impulse-OFF with auxiliary voltage...101 / 0.......05 s.. 2 c/o contacts. 24-240 V AC 380-440 V AC 1SVR 630 020 R3300 1SVR 630 021 R2300 1 1 0.22 24-48 V DC.300 h)..254 CT-MBS.. Single pulse generator...129 / 0.05 s...54 Function diagrams .... Flasher starting with OFF..289 CT-MFS: 10 functions 4)....42 Wiring notes ... Star-delta change-over with impulse..289 CT-MVS: 10 functions 2).. Flasher starting with ON or OFF.22 24-48 V DC..22  37 2CDC110004C0204 .05 s.......NE 2CDC 251 067 F0b06 W Electronic timers CT-S range Ordering details 2nd c/o cont.21 24-240 V AC/DC / 1x 1SVR 630 010 R0200 1 0... Pulse former.... Symmetrical ON... fixed impulse with adjustable time delay...and OFF-delay... Symmetrical ON. 2 LEDs CT-MVS.. 2 LEDs CT-WBS. Impulse-ON. 24-240 V AC 1SVR 630 040 R3300 1 0.... unit pieces Price 1 piece Weight 1 piece kg / lb Type Rated control supply voltage Multifunction timers CT-MVS: 11 functions 1).. Flasher starting with ON or OFF....137 / 0.05 s.......300 h).... 10 time ranges (0...... 2 c/o contacts..300 h). 2 c/o contacts. 24-240 V AC 1x 1SVR 630 010 R3200 1 0. ON/OFF-function Functions: Flasher starting with ON.... 2 c/o contacts....300 h).131 / 0...21 24-240 V AC/DC 1x 1SVR 630 020 R0200 1 0.51 Dimensional drawings.. Impulse-OFF with auxiliary voltage.131 / 0. Accumulative ON-delay.. Impulse-ON..295 CT-MBS: 10 functions 4)...300 h).....284 CT-MFS....57 CT-WBS.. 10 time ranges (0..... Pulse former. 2 c/o contacts... ON/OFF-function Accessories . Symmetrical ON. 10 time ranges (0.300 h)..134 / 0.. 24-240 V AC 1SVR 630 020 R3100 1 0.........22 2CDC 251 073 F0b06 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) Control input with voltage-related triggering Control input with volt-free triggering Functions: ON-delay.. ON/OFF-function Functions: Asymmetrical ON. ON-delay.....23 24-48 V DC. 3 LEDs CT-MVS. 2 LEDs CT-MXS. Impulse-ON..21 2CDC 251 070 F0b06 CT-MVS.. 10 time ranges (0.223 CT-MXS..... Star-delta change-over with impulse....... OFF-delay with auxiliary voltage...115 / 0. Impulse-ON. 2 x 10 time ranges (0... OFF-delay with auxiliary voltage.12 24-48 V DC... 2 c/o contacts. Adjustable impulse with fixed time delay. 3 LEDs CT-MBS..... Accumulative ON-delay..40 Technical data.and OFF-delay. OFF-delay with auxiliary voltage.....22 CT-MVS. Flasher starting with ON. 10 time ranges (0...302 CT-MVS: 11 functions 1).. Flasher starting with OFF. Impulse-OFF with auxiliary voltage..... 3 LEDs CT-MFS..... 1 c/o contact..05 s.300 h).......and OFF-delay.. 10 time ranges (0..and OFF-delay.22 2CDC 251 071 F0b06 CT-MXS: 5 functions 3)..21 2CDC 251 072 F0b06 Impulse and flasher timer CT-WBS: 7 functions 5)...05 s. contact Remote potentiometer connection Control input 1 Order code Pack. Pulse former..22 24-48 V DC... 2 LEDs CT-MVS.. ON/OFF-function Functions: ON-delay........ 24-240 V AC 2x 1SVR 630 030 R3300 1 0. ON/OFF-function Functions: ON-delay.57 Connection diagrams.05 s. Impulse-ON/OFF... Pulse generator starting with ON or OFF.

05 s. 1 c/o contact..57 38 2CDC110004C0204  ..... unit pieces Price 1 piece Weight 1 piece kg / lb ON-delay timers A CT-ERS: 10 time ranges (0.. 24-240 V AC 1SVR 630 120 R3300 1 CT-VBS: for DC coils without auxiliary voltage CT-VBS..223 CT-AHS: 10 time ranges (0..05 s..05 s......300 h).....51 Dimensional drawings.. 2 c/o contacts.. 24-240 V AC 1SVR 630 110 R3300 1 0..125 / 0.. 2 n/o contacts.57 Connection diagrams..276 CT-ARS......12 24-48 V DC....121 / 0... 2 LEDs 1) CT-ARS.306 0...105 / 0.. 2 c/o contacts... 50 ms transition time..23 24-48 V DC.. 2 LEDs 1) CT-ARS...12 2CDC 251 081 F0b06 CT-ARS: without auxiliary voltage.10 min). 24-240 V AC 1SVR 630 180 R3100 1 0........21 2CDC 251 077 F0b06 CT-ERS....22 24-240 V AC/DC 24-48 V DC.........300 h)....101 / 0.21 CT-ERS...128 / 0...18 CT-VBS..... 2 LEDs CT-APS.214 OFF-delay timers B CT-APS: 10 time ranges (0....113 / 0.. 1 c/o contact.40 Technical data.. 2 LEDs CT-ERS... 24-240 V AC 1SVR 630 180 R0300 1SVR 630 180 R3300 1 1 0..22 2CDC 251 079 F0b06 24-240 V AC/DC 24-48 V DC........ 24-240 V AC 1SVR 630 100 R0300 1SVR 630 100 R3300 1 1 0...249 CT-ERS: 10 time ranges (0.. 2 c/o contacts. selectable as inst...... 2 LEDs CT-AHS....05 s.10 min).231 1) available in 1st quarter 2007 Control input with voltage-related triggering Control input with volt-free triggering CT-SDS..17 CT-VBS..10 min). 2 LEDs CT-ERS.. 3 LEDs CT-SDS. 24-240 V AC 1SVR 630 100 R3100 1 0.300 h)........NE 2CDC 251 074 F0b06 W Electronic timers CT-S range Ordering details 2nd c/o cont..42 Wiring notes ......05 s..136 / 0.21 CT-APS..22 24-48 V DC..05 s..... 1 c/o contact...17 100-127 V AC 200-240 V AC 1SVR 430 261 R6000 1SVR 430 261 R5000 1 1 Star-delta timers F 2CDC 251 083 F0b06 CT-SDS: 7 time ranges (0.... contact Remote potentiometer connection Control input 1 Type Rated control supply voltage Order code Pack.097 / 0.....12 CT-APS...... 24-240 V AC 380-440 V AC 1SVR 630 210 R3300 1SVR 630 211 R2300 1 1 0.. 24-240 V AC 1SVR 630 120 R3100 1 CT-ARS: without auxiliary voltage..22 CT-SDS..12 24-48 V DC..05 s.05 s.......282 CT-APS: 10 time ranges (0..300 h).....54 Function diagrams ...... 7 time ranges (0... 7 time ranges (0..... 2 LEDs CT-APS.23 Accessories .267 0....300 h).22 24-48 V DC......... 2 c/o contacts.12 24-48 V DC........

35 24 V AC/DC 220-240 V AC 1SVR 430 220 R9400 1SVR 430 221 R1400 1 1 0.......131 / 0.....144 / 0..............40 Technical data..141 / 0.....289 0..............16 CT-IRS.136 / 0...........Electronic timers CT-S range Ordering details 2CDC 251 087 F0b06 Type Rated control supply voltage Order code Pack..24 24 V AC/DC 110-240 V AC 1SVR 430 220 R9300 1SVR 430 221 R7300 1 1 0..57  39 2CDC110004C0204 ....26 CT-IRS.......153 / 0.....262 CT-IRS.......24G 110-240 V AC CT-IRS: 3 c/o contacts.....54 Function diagrams ...149 / 0......328 0.......300 CT-IRS: 2 c/o contacts with gold-plated contacts.51 Dimensional drawings........114 / 0......119 / 0.....317 Accessories .............36 CT-IRS.....42 Wiring notes ........35 CT-IRS: 2 c/o contacts.......26G 24 V AC/DC CT-IRS... 1 LED CT-IRS.... 1 LED CT-IRS... 2 LEDs CT-IRS............337 1SVR 430 230 R9300 1SVR 430 231 R7300 1 1 0....251 0..............311 0.57 Connection diagrams.. 1 LED CT-IRS... unit pieces Price 1 piece Weight 1 piece kg / lb 1 Switching relays G CT-IRS: 1 c/o contact....14 24 V AC/DC 110-240 V AC 1SVR 430 220 R9100 1SVR 430 221 R7100 1 1 0.....

5 max ..36” 10 .7 .275” 3.2.866” 1.02” Diameter in mm Order code Pack.04 / 0..02 / 0.30” 42 1.5 .09 0.04 / 0.315” 40 2CDC110004C0204  .0.5 2.5 22.57” 33 1.5 10.5 .18” 2CDC 252 184 F0005 with direct reading scale (graduated scale supplied) IP 65 IP 65 IP 40 ø29 DIA. 1.unit pieces Price 1 piece Weight 1 piece kg / lb Marker label 22.5 138” 33 1.138” 1SVR 430 005 R0100 1 0.46” 60 2.unit pieces Price 1 piece Weight 1 piece kg / lb Remote potentiometer 50 k ±20 % .2.5 .453” 1SVR 430 029 R0100 1 0.Electronic timers CT-S range Ordering details .5 2CDC 252 187 F0005 11.886” Diameter in mm Order code Pack.unit pieces Price 1 piece Weight 1 piece kg / lb Sealable transparent cover 22. ..2 30.5 22.866” 1SVR 700 800 R1000 1SVR 701 800 R1000 1SVR 214 017 R0900 2CDC 252 183 F0005 1 1 1 50 1.05 4.30” 40 1.05 2CDC 252 186 F0005 3A11 20 .787” 8 ..97” 0.5 .Accessories 1 1SVC 110 000 F0507 Diameter in mm Degree of protection Order code Pack.02 / 0.5 2. .14” ø22 DIA...177” 62.75” 1.5 .5 ø36 DIA.09 0.70 ” front-to-back size 107 Diameter in mm Order code Pack.75” 3..02 / 0.39”.09 2CDC 252 182 F0005 20 787” max.2” ø22 DIA.05 68.886” 2CDC 252 185 F0005 7 . 1.04 / 0.unit pieces Price 1 piece Weight 1 piece kg / lb Adapter for screw mounting on panel 22.5 1SVR 366 017 R0100 1 0.65” 26 1.. 1.7 .42” ø30 DIA.39”.394” 22.

16 not replaced CT-IRS.22 1SVR 630 030 R3300 1SVR 630 030 R3300 Star-delta change-over timer CT-YDAV CT-YDAV CT-YDEW 1SVR 430 203 R0200 1SVR 430 201 R2300 1SVR 430 213 R0200 CT-SDS.12 CT-AHS.22 CT-APS.18 ON.22 1SVR 630 210 R3300 1SVR 630 211 R2300 1SVR 630 210 R3300 Switching relays ON-delay timers CT-ERS CT-ERS CT-ERS CT-ERS CT-ERS CT-ERS CT-ERS 1SVR 430 100 R1100 1SVR 430 102 R0100 1SVR 430 101 R2100 1SVR 430 103 R0100 1SVR 430 100 R1200 1SVR 430 103 R0200 1SVR 430 101 R2200 CT-ERS.12 CT-MBS.22 CT-MVS.22 CT-APS.22 1SVR 430 261 R6000 1SVR 430 261 R5000 CT-VBS.23 1SVR 630 100 R0300 1SVR 630 100 R3100 1SVR 630 021 R2300 1SVR 630 010 R0200 1SVR 630 020 R0200 1SVR 630 100 R0300 1SVR 630 100 R3300 1SVR 630 021 R2300 CT-IRS CT-IRS CT-IRS CT-IRS CT-IRS CT-IRS CT-IRS CT-IRS CT-IRS 1SVR 430 220 R9100 1SVR 430 220 R8100 1SVR 430 221 R7100 1SVR 430 220 R9300 1SVR 430 220 R8300 1SVR 430 221 R7300 1SVR 430 230 R9300 1SVR 430 231 R7300 1SVR 430 220 R9400 1SVR 430 220 R8400 1SVR 430 221 R1400 CT-IRS.21 CT-ERS.22 CT-WBS. Order code new / alternative Order code old Type new / alternative 1 Multifunction timers CT-MFS CT-MVS CT-MBS CT-MBS CT-MBS CT-MBS CT-MBS CT-MBS 1SVR 430 010 R0200 1SVR 430 023 R0200 1SVR 430 010 R1200 1SVR 430 012 R0200 1SVR 430 011 R2200 1SVR 430 010 R1100 1SVR 430 013 R0100 1SVR 430 011 R2100 CT-MFS.22 1SVR 630 110 R3300 1SVR 630 180 R3100 1SVR 630 110 R3300 1SVR 630 180 R3300 1SVR 630 180 R3300 1SVR 630 120 R3100 1SVR 630 120 R3300 1SVR 430 261 R6000 1SVR 430 261 R5000 CT-IRS CT-IRS *) still available 1SVR 430 120 R0100 *) CT-ARS.22 1SVR 630 030 R3300 1SVR 630 030 R3300 1SVR 630 030 R3300 Impulse-ON timers CT-VWS CT-VWS 1SVR 430 132 R0100 1SVR 430 133 R0200 CT-WBS.21 CT-MVS.24 CT-IRS.22 CT-MXS.22 CT-WBS.22 1SVR 630 040 R3300 1SVR 630 040 R3300 Pulse generators CT-TGS CT-PGS 1SVR 430 163 R0100 1SVR 430 253 R0100 CT-MXS.21 CT-MVS.22 CT-APS.22 CT-MVS.35 1SVR 430 221 R1400 1SVR 430 221 R7300 1SVR 430 230 R9300 1SVR 430 231 R7300 1SVR 430 220 R9400 1SVR 430 221 R7100 1SVR 430 220 R9300 1SVR 430 220 R9100 OFF-delay timers CT-AHS CT-AHS CT-APS CT-ARS CT-ARS CT-VBS CT-VBS 1SVR 430 113 R0100 1SVR 430 113 R0200 1SVR 430 183 R0300 CT-AHS.14 CT-IRS.12 1SVR 430 120 R0300 *) CT-ARS..12 1SVR 630 020 R3100 1SVR 630 020 R3100  41 2CDC110004C0204 ..22 CT-MVS.22 CT-MVS.and OFF-delay timers CT-EAS CT-EAS CT-EVS 1SVR 430 173 R0100 1SVR 430 173 R0200 1SVR 430 193 R0100 CT-MXS.NE Type old W Electronic timers CT-S range Conversion table CT-S range 1SVR 430 .36 not replaced CT-IRS..12 CT-MVS.23 CT-MFS.12 CT-MVS.22 CT-MBS.22 CT-MXS.22 CT-MBS. Type new / alternative Order code new / alternative Type old Order code old 1SVR 630 ..12 CT-MVS.23 1SVR 630 010 R0200 1SVR 630 020 R0200 1SVR 630 020 R3300 1SVR 630 010 R3200 1SVR 630 020 R3300 1SVR 630 010 R3200 1SVR 630 020 R3300 1SVR 630 021 R2300 1SVR 630 010 R3200 1SVR 630 020 R3100 1SVR 630 010 R3200 1SVR 630 020 R3100 1SVR 630 021 R2300 Flasher CT-EBS CT-EBS 1SVR 430 152 R0100 1SVR 430 153 R0200 CT-WBS.22 CT-SDS.21 CT-MVS.17 CT-VBS.21 CT-ERS.23 CT-MBS.23 CT-SDS.22 1SVR 630 040 R3300 1SVR 630 040 R3300 Impulse-OFF timers CT-AWS CT-AWS 1SVR 430 143 R0100 1SVR 430 143 R0200 CT-MVS.22 CT-MVS.22 CT-MVS.22 CT-MXS.21 CT-ERS.26G CT-IRS.24G CT-IRS.26 not replaced CT-IRS.

Devices with the function ‘2nd c/o contact selectable as instantaneous contact’ have two yellow LEDs. opening control input Y1-Z2 also starts timing.e. If control supply voltage is interrupted. Pause timing / Accumulative ON-delay (CT-MFS): Timing can be paused by closing control input X1-Z2. LED R1 or R2 glow as soon as the corresponding output relay energizes and turns off when the corresponding output relay de-energizes. 25-26 21-24 21-22 green LED t <t A1-A2 Y1-Z2 15-18.NE W Electronic timers CT-S range Function diagrams 1 Remarks Legend G B Control supply voltage not applied / Output contact open Control supply voltage applied / Output contact closed Terminal designations on the device and in the diagrams The 1st c/o contact is always designated 15-16/18. if control supply voltage is already applied. CT-ERS. the internal. If control input Y1-Z2 is open. the output relay energizes and the flashing green LED turns steady. 25-28 15-16.). Timing begins when control supply voltage is applied. It acts like the c/o contacts of a switching relay. Function of the yellow LEDs On devices without the function ‘2nd c/o contact selectable as instantaneous contact’. i. The elapsed time t1 is stored and continues from this time value when X1-Z2 is reopened. Control supply voltage is always applied to terminals A1-A2. the functionality of the 2nd c/o contact changes to an instantaneous contact. timing begins when control supply voltage is applied. If control input Y1-Z2 closes before the time delay is complete. The green LED flashes during timing. designated R1 and R2. 25-26 21-24 21-22 X1-Z2 green LED t t1 t3 t2 t = adjusted time delay t = adjusted time delay t1 + t2 = t t3 = pause timing 42 2CDC110004C0204  2CDC 252 018 F0206 . A ON-delay (Delay on make) CT-MVS. the output relay energizes and the flashing green LED turns steady. When the selected time delay is complete. This function requires continuous control supply voltage for timing. applying or interrupting the control supply voltage energizes or de-energizes the c/o contact. the yellow LED R glows as soon as the output relay energizes and turns off when the output relay de-energizes. front-face potentiometer is disabled and the time adjustment is made via the external potentiometer. 2nd c/o contact selectable as instantaneous contact: When switch position Inst. if it responds to the time delay. 25-28 15-16. the output relay de-energizes and the time delay is reset. “I” is selected. Z3-Z2 respectively). CT-WBS A ON-delay (Delay on make) CT-MFS. 2CDC 252 017 F0206 A1-A2 15-18. Or. The green LED flashes during timing. the time delay is reset and the output relay remains de-energized. CT-MBS This function requires continuous control supply voltage for timing. the designation 25-26/28 is replaced by 21-22/24. If control supply voltage is interrupted. the output relay de-energizes and the time delay is reset. 21-22/24 resp. when selected as instantaneous contact. This can be repeated as often as required. If the 2nd c/o contact is selected as an instantaneous contact. A1-Y1/B1 Control input with voltage-related triggering Y1-Z2 Control input with volt-free triggering X1-Z2 Control input with volt-free triggering Remote potentiometer connection: When an external potentiometer is connected to the remote potentiometer connection (terminals Z1-Z2. LED R1 shows the status of the 1st c/o contact (15-16/18) und LED R2 shows the status of the 2nd c/o contact (25-26/28. The designation of the 2nd c/o contact changes from 25-26/28 to 21-22/24. When the selected time delay is complete. The 2nd c/o contact is designated 25-26/28.

CT-MBS. When the selected time delay is complete. 2CDC 252 020 F0206 A1-A2 A1-Y1/B1 15-18. If control supply voltage is interrupted. When the selected time delay is complete. The elapsed time t1 is stored and continues from this time value when A1-Y1/B1 is re-opened. If control supply voltage is interrupted. When the selected time delay is complete. 25-26 green LED t t = adjusted time delay t = adjusted time delay  43 2CDC110004C0204 2CDC 252 021 F0206 2CDC 252 019 F0206 . When timing is complete. the time delay is reset and the output relay does not change state. CT-AHS Accumulative ON-delay (Accumulative delay on make) CT-MVS 1 This function requires continuous control supply voltage for timing. If control input Y1-Z2 is closed. 25-28 15-16. 25-26 21-24 21-22 green LED t <t A1-A2 15-18. 25-28 15-16. the time delay starts. it is necessary to complete the minimum energizing time. a formatting time of about 5 minutes is necessary. the output relay de-energizes and the time delay is reset. the output relay energizes and the flashing green LED turns steady. Timing begins when control supply voltage is applied. the output relay energizes immediately. 25-28 15-16. the LED turns off. the output relay energizes immediately. Applied control supply voltage is displayed by the glowing green LED. the time delay starts. the output relay de-energizes and the time delay is reset. Timing starts again when control input Y1-Z2 re-opens. If control input A1-Y1/B1 is closed. the output relay de-energizes and the flashing green LED turns steady. After a storage time of several months without any voltage. If control input A1-Y1/B1 is opened. Applying control supply voltage energizes the output relay immediately. the output relay de-energizes and the time delay is reset. If control input Y1-Z2 is opened. If control supply voltage is interrupted. 25-28 15-16. the time delay is reset and the output relay does not change state. If control supply voltage is interrupted. The green LED flashes during timing. This function requires continuous control supply voltage for timing. 25-26 21-24 21-22 X1-Z2 green LED t t1 t3 t2 t = adjusted time delay t1 + t2 = t t3 = pause timing t = adjusted time delay t1 + t2 = t t3 = pause timing B OFF-delay with auxiliary voltage (Delay on break) CT-MVS. Timing can be paused by closing control input A1-Y1/B1. If control input A1-Y1/B1 recloses before the time delay is complete. the output relay de-energizes. CT-APS B OFF-delay without auxiliary voltage (True delay on break) CT-ARS This function requires continuous control supply voltage for timing. The OFF-delay function without auxiliary voltage does not require continuous control supply voltage for timing. The elapsed time t1 is stored and continues from this time value when X1-Z2 is re-opened.NE A+ W Electronic timers CT-S range Function diagrams B OFF-delay with auxiliary voltage (Delay on break) CT-MFS. If control input Y1-Z2 closes before the time delay is complete. This can be repeated as often as required. The green LED flashes during timing. the output relay de. 2CDC 252 043 F0206 A1-A2 A1-Y1/B1 15-18. For correct operation of the unit. 25-26 21-24 21-22 green LED t t1 t3 t2 A1-A2 Y1-Z2 15-18. Timing starts again when control input A1-Y1/B1 re-opens. As soon as timing starts. Pause timing / Accumulative OFF-delay (CT-MFS): Timing can be paused by closing control input X1-Z2. This can be repeated as often as required. the OFF-delay starts and the LED turns off. The green LED flashes during timing.energizes and the flashing green LED turns steady.

the output relay energizes. 25-28 15-16. If control supply voltage is disconnected. the output relay de-energizes and the time delay is reset. t1 t2 t1 = OFF-delay (without jumper between terminals 3 and 4 1)) t2 = OFF-delay (with jumper between terminals 3 and 4 1)) 1) only for version 200-240 V AC 200 180 200 180 120 Coil drop-out voltage [V] Coil drop-out voltage [V] 140 120 100 80 60 40 20 0 0 100 200 t [ms] 300 400 7W 9W 140 120 100 80 60 40 9W 20 0 0 1 t [s] 2 Coil drop-out voltage [V] 160 160 100 80 60 2CDC 252 127 F0205 2CDC 252 128 F0205 40 3W 7W 20 9W 0 0 1 t [s] 2 7W Time delay guideline values 200-240 V AC version without jumper 3/4 Time delay guideline values 200-240 V AC version with jumper 3/4 Time delay guideline values 110-127 V AC version AB Symmetrical ON-delay and OFF-delay (Symmetrical delay on make and delay on break) CT-MFS. the output relay de-energizes. the time delay is reset and the output relay remains energized. If control supply voltage is interrupted. CT-MBS AB Symmetrical ON-delay and OFF-delay (Symmetrical delay on make and delay on break) CT-MVS This function requires continuous control supply voltage for timing. the DC contactor remains energized for a short time delay. The elapsed time t1a or t2a is stored and continues from this time value when X1-Z2 is re-opened. Both timing functions are displayed by the flashing green LED. If control input A1-Y1/B1 closes before the OFF-delay t2 is complete. Closing control input Y1-Z2 starts the ON-delay t1. 25-28 15-16.NE W Electronic timers CT-S range Function diagrams 1 B OFF-delay without auxiliary voltage for DC coils CT-VBS A1-A2 1+/23-4 1+/21) 1) The DC contactor connected to the output is energized when control supply voltage is applied. This function requires continuous control supply voltage for timing. When timing is complete. When the OFF-delay t2 is complete. When timing is complete. If control input A1-Y1/B1 opens before the ON-delay t1 is complete. Opening control input Y1-Z2 starts the OFF-delay t2. the time delay is reset and the output relay remains de-energized. When the OFF-delay t2 is complete. symmetrical ON-delay and OFF-delay (CT-MFS): Timing can be paused by closing control input X1-Z2. Pause timing / Accumulative. This time delay depends on the coil drop-out voltage and on the wattage of the contactor coil. This can be repeated as often as required. If control input Y1-Z2 opens before the ON-delay t1 is complete. Opening control input A1-Y1/ B1 starts the OFF-delay t2. the output relay de-energizes and the time delay is reset. 25-26 21-24 21-22 green LED t1 t1 = adjusted ON-delay t2 = adjusted OFF-delay t1 = t2 t2 t1 < t2 t1a + t1b = t1 t2a + t2b = t2 t3 = pause timing 44 2CDC110004C0204  2CDC 252 023 F0206 2CDC 252 045 F0206 . 2CDC 252 022 F0206 2CDC 252 129 F0205 3W 3W A1-A2 Y1-Z2 15-18. Closing control input A1-Y1/B1 starts the ON-delay t1. Both timing functions are displayed by the flashing green LED. the time delay is reset and the output relay remains energized. If control input Y1-Z2 closes before the OFF-delay t2 is complete. If control supply voltage is interrupted. the time delay is reset and the output relay remains de-energized. the output relay de-energizes. 25-26 21-24 21-22 X1-Z2 green LED t1 t1 = adjusted ON-delay t2 = adjusted OFF-delay t1 = t2 t2 t1a t3 t1b t2a t3 t2b A1-A2 A1-Y1/B1 15-18. the output relay energizes.

This function requires continuous control supply voltage for timing. opening control input Y1-Z2 starts timing. CT-WBS Asymmetrical ON-delay and OFF-delay (Asymmetrical delay on make and delay on break) CT-MXS 1 This function requires continuous control supply voltage for timing. 25-28 15-16. The green LED flashes during timing. This can be repeated as often as required. deenergizes the output relay and resets the pulse time. If control supply voltage is applied. When the OFF-delay is complete. opening control input Y1-Z2 energizes the output relay immediately and starts timing. the time delay is reset and the output relay remains energized. When timing is complete. If control input A1-Y1/B1 opens before the ON-delay is complete (<t1). the output relay de-energizes and the flashing green LED turns steady. The elapsed time t1 is stored and continues from this time value when X1-Z2 is re-opened. the time delay is reset and the output relay remains de-energized. 2CDC 252 038 F0206 A1-A2 A1-Y1/B1 15-18 15-16 green LED t1 t2 t1 < t2 A1-A2 15-18. If control input A1-Y1/B1 closes before the OFF-delay is complete (<t2). Or. timing begins when control supply voltage is applied. the flashing green LED turns steady.NE AB W Electronic timers CT-S range Function diagrams CA Impulse-ON (Interval) CT-MVS. deenergizes the output relay and resets the pulse time. the output relay de-energizes and the time delay is reset. if control supply voltage is already applied. the output relay de-energizes and the time delay is reset. When the selected pulse time is complete. If control supply voltage is interrupted. The output relay energizes immediately when control supply voltage is applied and de-energizes after the set pulse time is complete. Opening control input A1Y1/B1 starts the OFF-delay t2. 25-26 21-24 21-22 green LED t <t t1 = adjusted ON-delay t2 = adjusted OFF-delay t1 and t2 independently adjustable t = adjusted pulse time CA Impulse-ON (Interval) CT-MFS. This function requires continuous control supply voltage for timing. Pause timing / Accumulative impulse-OFF (CT-MFS): Timing can be paused by closing control input X1-Z2. The green LED flashes during timing. the output relay de-energizes and the time delay is reset. This can be repeated as often as required. The elapsed time t1 is stored and continues from this time value when X1-Z2 is re-opened. The green LED flashes during timing. Closing control input Y1-Z2. The output relay energizes immediately when control supply voltage is applied and de-energizes after the set pulse time is complete. Closing control input A1-Y1/B1 starts the ON-delay t1. before the pulse time is complete. Pause timing / Accumulative impulse-ON (CT-MFS): Timing can be paused by closing control input X1-Z2. 2CDC 252 025 F0206 A1-A2 Y1-Z2 15-18. CT-MBS This function requires continuous control supply voltage for timing. The ON-delay and OFF-delay are independently adjustable. 25-28 15-16. 25-26 21-24 21-22 X1-Z2 green LED t t = adjusted pulse time t1 t3 t2 t1 + t2 = t t3 = pause timing t1 + t2 = t t3 = pause timing  45 2CDC110004C0204 2CDC 252 026 F0206 2CDC 252 024 F0206 . Closing control input Y1-Z2. 25-26 21-24 21-22 X1-Z2 green LED t t = adjusted pulse time t1 t3 t2 A1-A2 Y1-Z2 15-18. before the pulse time is complete. the output relay de-energizes. the output relay de-energizes and the flashing green LED turns steady. Both timing functions are displayed by the flashing green LED. If control supply voltage is interrupted. the output relay energizes. If control input Y1-Z2 is open. If control supply voltage is interrupted. CT-MBS CB Impulse-OFF with auxiliary voltage (Trailing edge interval) CT-MFS. If control supply voltage is interrupted. 25-28 15-16. When the selected pulse time is complete. the output relay de-energizes and the time delay is reset. When the selected pulse time is complete.

25-28 15-16. the output relay de-energizes and the pulse time is reset. 25-26 green LED t t A1-A2 15-18. The cycle starts with an OFF time first. The ON & OFF times are displayed by the flashing green LED. starting with the ON time (Recycling equal times. Re-opening control input A1-Y1/B1 energizes the output relay immediately and starts the pulse time t2. If control supply voltage is interrupted. When the selected pulse time is complete. the output relay de-energizes and the flashing green LED turns steady. When t1 is complete. 25-28 15-16. If control input A1-Y1/B1 changes state again. This function requires continuous control supply voltage for timing. t1 and t2 are independently adjustable. Applying control supply voltage starts timing with symmetrical ON & OFF times. OFF first) CT-WBS Applying control supply voltage starts timing with symmetrical ON & OFF times. closing control input A1-Y1/B1 energizes the output relay immediately and starts the pulse time t1. the interrupted pulse time restarts. If control supply voltage is interrupted. the output relay de-energizes and the flashing green LED turns steady. opening control input A1-Y1/B1 energizes the output relay immediately and starts timing. starting with the OFF time (Recycling equal times. the output relay de-energizes and the flashing green LED turns steady. 25-26 green LED t t t = adjusted flashing time t = adjusted flashing time 46 2CDC110004C0204  2CDC 252 030 F0206 2CDC 252 028 F0206 A1-A2 2CDC 252 027 F0206 . 25-28 15-16. The green LED flashes during timing. The ON & OFF times are displayed by the flashing green LED. 25-26 21-24 21-22 green LED t <t t = adjusted pulse time DA Flasher. 25-28 15-16. If control supply voltage is interrupted. 2CDC 252 029 F0206 A1-A2 15-18. If control input A1-Y1/B1 changes state before the pulse time is complete. ON first) CT-WBS DB Flasher. before the pulse time is complete. the output relay de-energizes and the time delay is reset. de-energizes the output relay and resets the pulse time. The cycle starts with an ON time first. which flashes twice as fast during the OFF time. the output relay de-energizes and the time delay is reset. A1-A2 A1-Y1/B1 15-18. If control supply voltage is applied. Closing control input A1-Y1/B1. 25-26 green LED t1 t1 = adjusted pulse time 1 t2 = adjusted pulse time 2 t2 < t1 A1-Y1/B1 15-18. which flashes twice as fast during the OFF time. If control supply voltage is interrupted. When t2 is complete.NE W Electronic timers CT-S range Function diagrams CE Impulse-ON and impulse-OFF (Interval and trailing edge interval) CT-MXS 1 CB Impulse-OFF with auxiliary voltage (Trailing edge interval) CT-MVS This function requires continuous control supply voltage for timing. The green LED flashes during timing. the output relay de-energizes and the time delay is reset. the output relay de-energizes and the time delay is reset. If control supply voltage is applied. The green LED flashes during timing.

If control supply voltage is interrupted. The cycle starts with an ON time first. Opening control input Y1-Z2 starts the timer pulsing again with symmetrical ON & OFF times. starting with the ON time (Recycling equal times with reset. Operating the control contact switch Y1-Z2 during the time delay has no effect. The ON & OFF times are displayed by the flashing green LED. it can be restarted by closing control input Y1-Z2. Applying control supply voltage starts timing with symmetrical ON & OFF times. The time delay can be reset by closing control input Y1-Z2. Closing control input Y1-Z2 energizes the output relay immediately and starts timing. 25-26 21-24 21-22 green LED t t = adjusted pulse time t t = adjusted flashing time  47 2CDC110004C0204 2CDC 252 034 F0206 2CDC 252 032 F0206 . This function requires continuous control supply voltage for timing. If control supply voltage is interrupted. starts the cycle with an OFF time first. 2CDC 252 031 F0206 A1-A2 Y1-Z2 15-18. If control supply voltage is interrupted. which flashes twice as fast during the OFF time. The ON & OFF times are displayed by the flashing green LED. the output relay de-energizes and the time delay is reset. When the selected ON time is complete. the output relay de-energizes and the time delay is reset.NE DA W Electronic timers CT-S range Function diagrams DB Flasher with reset. 25-28 15-16. CT-MBS 1 Applying control supply voltage starts timing with symmetrical ON & OFF times. OFF first) CT-MFS. the output relay de-energizes and the flashing green LED turns steady. 25-28 15-16. The cycle starts with an OFF time first. the output relay de-energizes and the time delay is reset. 25-26 21-24 21-22 green LED t t t t A1-A2 Y1-Z2 15-18. The time delay can be reset by closing control input Y1-Z2. with control supply voltage applied. ON or OFF first) CT-MVS H Pulse former (Single shot) CT-MFS. The cycle starts with an ON time first. Closing control input A1-Y1/B1. The green LED flashes during timing. 25-26 21-24 21-22 green LED t t t t t = adjusted flashing time t = adjusted flashing time DE Flasher. the output relay de-energizes and the time delay is reset. 2CDC 252 033 F0206 A1-A2 A1-Y1/B1 15-18. 25-28 15-16. CT-MBS Flasher with reset. 25-26 21-24 21-22 green LED t t t t A1-A2 Y1-Z2 15-18. After the ON time is complete. starting with the OFF time (Recycling equal times with reset. If control supply voltage is interrupted. CT-MBS Applying control supply voltage starts timing with symmetrical ON & OFF times. starting with the ON or OFF time (Recycling equal times. ON first) CT-MFS. The ON & OFF times are displayed by the flashing green LED. which flashes twice as fast during the OFF time. which flashes twice as fast during the OFF time. Opening control input Y1-Z2 starts the timer pulsing again with symmetrical ON & OFF times. 25-28 15-16.

25-28 15-16. the output relay de-energizes and the time delay is reset. When t1 is complete. Applying control supply voltage. it can be restarted by closing control input A1-Y1/B1. the output relay deenergizes and the flashing green LED turns steady. This function requires continuous control supply voltage for timing. the output relay de-energizes. 25-26 green LED t1 t2 t1 t2 2CDC 252 037 F0206 A1-A2 15-18. The output relay does not change state. with control supply voltage applied. starts timing with an OFF time t1 first. Operating the control contact switch A1-Y1/B1 during the time delay has no effect. starting with the OFF time (Delay on make with interval output) CT-MXS AC Fixed impulse with adjustable time delay (Delayed pulse output) CT-WBS This function requires continuous control supply voltage for timing. If control supply voltage is interrupted. The ON & OFF times are independently adjustable. which flashes twice as fast during the OFF time.NE W Electronic timers CT-S range Function diagrams DE Pulse generator. or. 25-26 21-24 21-22 green LED t t = adjusted pulse time t A1-A2 A1-Y1/B1 15-18. The ON & OFF times are displayed by the flashing green LED. starts timing with an ON time t2 first. 25-28 15-16. Closing control input A1-Y1/B1. ON or OFF first) CT-MXS 1 H Pulse former (Single shot) CT-MVS This function requires continuous control supply voltage for timing. 25-26 21-24 21-22 green LED t1 t2 t2 t1 t1 = adjusted OFF time t2 = adjusted ON time EC Single-pulse generator. The ON & OFF times are independently adjustable. If control supply voltage is interrupted. The ON & OFF times are displayed by the flashing green LED. starting with the ON or OFF time (Recycling unequal times. Applying control supply voltage. opening control input A1-Y1/B1 energizes the output relay after the OFF time t1 is complete. The green LED flashes during timing. A1-A2 A1-Y1/B1 15-18. When the selected ON time is complete. with closed control input A1-Y1/B1. the output relay de-energizes and the time delay is reset. The time delay t1 starts when control supply voltage is applied. If control supply voltage is interrupted. When the following ON time t2 is complete. Applying control supply voltage. If control supply voltage is interrupted. the output relay de-energizes and the time delay is reset. the time delay is reset. This function requires continuous control supply voltage for timing. 2CDC 252 035 F0206 A1-A2 A1-Y1/B1 15-18. 25-26 green LED t1 t1 = adjusted time delay t2 = pulse time fixed 500 ms t2 < t1 t1 = adjusted OFF time t2 = adjusted ON time t1 and t2 independently adjustable 48 2CDC110004C0204  2CDC 252 041 F0206 2CDC 252 036 F0206 . the output relay energizes for the fixed impulse time t2 of 500 ms and the flashing green LED turns steady. which flashes twice as fast during the OFF time. 25-28 15-16. After the ON time is complete. Closing control input A1-Y1/B1 energizes the output relay immediately and starts timing. de-energizes the output relay and resets the time delay. The green LED flashes during timing. 25-28 15-16. if control supply voltage is already applied. with open control input A1-Y1/B1.

If control supply voltage is interrupted. CT-MBS. value of the time range is smaller than 300 h (front-face potentiometer “Time sector” ≠ 300 h).NE BC W Electronic timers CT-S range Function diagrams G ON/OFF-Function CT-MFS. CT-MXS. 25-28 15-16. or as a coupling/decoupling interface. If the selected max. 25-26 green LED Time sector ≠ 300 h Time sector = 300 h t1 = adjusted pulse time t2 = time delay fixed 500 ms G Switching relays CT-IRS The switching relay may be used to increase the number of available contacts or to reinforce contacts. but the output relay does not energize. Interrupting control supply voltage. 25-28 15-16. If the selected max. Approx. If control supply voltage is interrupted. The green LED flashes during timing. Time settings and operating of the control inputs have no effect on the operation. 10 ms after applying control supply voltage to terminals A1A2. applying control supply voltage energizes the output relay immediately and the green LED glows. CT-WBS Adjustable impulse with fixed time delay (Delayed Interval) CT-WBS 1 This function requires continuous control supply voltage for timing. the green LED glows. the output relay energizes and the selected pulse time t1 starts. The output relay does not change state. de-energizes the output relay. the output relay energizes. the pulse time is reset. the output relay de-energizes. When t2 is complete. 2CDC 252 042 F0206 A1-A2 15-18. value of the time range is 300 h (front-face potentiometer “Time sector” = 300 h) and control supply voltage is applied. 2 or 3  2CDC 252 055 F0206 49 2CDC110004C0204 2CDC 252 044 F0206 . 25-26 green LED t2 t1 t2 < t1 A1-A2 15-18. CT-MVS. When t1 is complete. This function is used for test purposes during commissioning and troubleshooting. A1-A2 n1-n4 n1-n2 n = 1. the output relay de-energizes and the flashing green LED turns steady. Applying control supply voltage starts the fixed time delay t2 of 500 ms.

Now. When the starting time is complete. the second output contact energizes the delta contactor connected to terminals 17-28. CT-MVS. energizes the star contactor connected to terminals 17-18 and begins the set starting time t1. When the transition time is complete. Applying control supply voltage to terminals A1-A2. the first c/o contact de-energizes the star contactor. energizes the star contactor connected to terminals 15-18 and begins the set starting time t1. the second c/o contact energizes the delta contactor connected to terminals 25-28. The delta contactor remains energized as long as control supply voltage is applied to the unit. Applying control supply voltage to terminals A1-A2. The delta contactor remains energized as long as control supply voltage is applied to the unit. the first output contact de-energizes the star contactor. The green LED flashes during timing. The green LED flashes during timing. When the starting time is complete.2x L1 F3 F2 0 I S1 S2 95 96 21 22 13 14 This function requires continuous control supply voltage for timing. interval/delay on make) CT-MFS. CT-MBS. the fixed transition time t2 of 50 ms starts. When the transition time is complete. Power circuit diagram 1SVC 110 000 F0389 2CDC 252 129 F0b06 13 14 . K2 53 54 15 18 22 25 28 22 K1T K2 13 14 K1 K3 A1 A2 21 A1 A2 K1 21 A1 A2 A1 A2 K1T N K1 K3 K2 Y N Control circuit diagram A1-A2 15-18 15-16 25-28 25-26 green LED t1 t1 = adjusted starting time t2 = transition time (50 ms) t2 2CDC 252 039 F0206 F Star-delta change-over (Star-delta starting) CT-SDS L1 F3 F2 0 I S1 S2 95 96 21 22 13 14 K2 53 54 17 18 22 17 28 22 K1T K2 13 14 K1 K3 A1-A2 17-18 17-28 green LED t1 t1 = adjusted starting time t2 = transition time (50 ms) t2 2CDC 252 040 F0206 A1 A2 21 A1 A2 K1 21 A1 A2 A1 A2 K1T N K1 K3 K2 Y N Control circuit diagram 50 2CDC110004C0204  2CDC 252 128 F0b06 13 14 This function requires continuous control supply voltage for timing. the fixed transition time t2 of 50 ms starts. Now.NE W Electronic timers CT-S range Function diagrams 1 FC Star-delta change-over with impulse function (Star-delta starting.

23 2CDC 252 003 F0b06 25 A1 Y1/B1 Y1/ B1 A1 15 25 CT-MVS. c/o contact 2. c/o contact 2. c/o contact 2. c/o contact  51 2CDC110004C0204 .22 2CDC 252 005 F0b06 A1 Z3 Y1/ B1 A1 15 Z2 15 25 Z1 25 CT-MFS.22 2CDC 252 007 F0b06 A1 15 Z2 15 25 21 Z1 25 21 CT-WBS. c/o contact 2.12 A1 Y1/ B1 A1 15 Y1/B1 2CDC 252 004 F0b06 25 21 Z1 25 21 A1 Y1/B1 Y1/ B1 A1 15 1 15 25 15 25 15 A2 16 28 24 18 18 26 22 28 24 A2 16 28 18 18 26 26 16 28 A2 A2 16 28 18 18 26 26 16 28 A2 A2 16 18 16 18 A2 26 22 16 A2 A1-A2 Supply: 24-240 V AC/DC A1-A2 15-16/18 25-26/28 21-22/24 1. c/o contact as instantaneous contact Control input Remote potentiometer connection A1-A2 15-16/18 25-26/28 Supply: 24-48 V DC or 24-240 V AC 1. c/o contact A1-A2 15-16/18 Supply: 24-48 V DC or 24-240 V AC 1.NE CT-MVS. c/o contact A1-Y1/B1 Control input A1-Y1/B1 Control input A1-Y1/B1 Control input CT-MXS. c/o contact as instantaneous contact Control input Control input Remote potentiometer connection A1-A2 15-16/18 25-26/28 21-22/24 Y1-Z2 X1-Z2 Z1-Z2 15-16/18 25-26/28 21-22/24 Y1-Z2 Z1-Z2 A1-Y1/B1 Control input Z1-Z2 Remote potentiometer connection Z3-Z2 Remote potentiometer connection Supply: 24-48 V DC or 24-240 V AC 1. c/o contact 2.21 A1 Y1/B1 Y1/ B1 A1 15 Z2 15 W Electronic timers CT-S range Connection diagrams CT-MVS. c/o contact A1-A2 15-16/18 25-26/28 15-16/18 25-26/28 Supply: 24-48 V DC or 24-240 V AC 1.22 A1 15 25 2CDC 252 008 F0b06 A1 A1 15 25 A2 16 28 18 18 26 26 16 28 A2 28 24 18 16 18 26 22 28 24 A2 28 24 18 16 18 26 22 28 24 A2 28 18 16 18 26 26 16 28 A2 Y1/B1 A2 26 22 16 Y1 A2 26 22 16 Y1 A2 A1-A2 15-16/18 25-26/28 Supply: 24-48 V DC or 24-240 V AC 1. c/o contact A1-A2 Supply: 24-240 V AC/DC 1. c/o contact A1-A2 Supply: 380-440 V AC 1. c/o contact 2.21 2CDC 252 009 F0b06 A1 15 25 A CT-ERS. c/o contact 2. c/o contact A1-A2 15-16/18 25-26/28 15-16/18 Supply: 24-48 V DC or 24-240 V AC 1. c/o contact A CT-ERS. c/o contact 2.12 A1 A1 15 15 2CDC 252 010 F0b06 A1 15 25 A1 15 25 A2 28 18 16 18 26 26 16 28 A2 A2 28 18 16 18 26 26 16 28 A2 A2 18 16 16 18 A2 A1-A2 Supply: 24-240 V AC/DC 1. c/o contact 2.22 2CDC 252 009 F0b06 A1 15 25 A CT-ERS. c/o contact 2. c/o contact 2. c/o contact 2. c/o contact as instantaneous contact A1-Y1/B1 Control input Z1-Z2 Remote potentiometer connection 15-16/18 25-26/28 Supply: 24-48 V DC or 24-240 V AC 1.21 2CDC 252 006 F0b06 A1 X1 A1 15 Z2 15 25 21 Z1 25 21 CT-MBS.22 2CDC 252 002 F0b06 2CDC 252 003 F0b06 CT-MVS.

12 2CDC 252 014 F0b06 A1 15 B CT-ARS.22 2CDC 252 011 F0b06 2CDC 252 012 F0b06 A1 Y1/B1 Y1/ B1 A1 15 25 15 25 A1 Y1/B1 Y1/ B1 A1 15 25 A1 Y1/ B1 A1 15 Y1/B1 A1 15 Z2 15 25 15 25 15 A1 25 A2 16 28 18 18 26 28 26 16 A2 A2 16 28 18 18 26 28 26 16 A2 A2 18 16 16 18 A2 A2 28 18 16 18 26 28 26 16 Y1 A2 A1-A2 Supply: 24-240 V AC/DC 1. c/o contact A1-A2 15-16/18 Supply: 24-48 V DC or 24-240 V AC 1.22 2CDC 252 016 F0b06 A1 A1 17 17 F CT-SDS.NE W Electronic timers CT-S range Connection diagrams B CT-APS. n/o contact 2. c/o contact A1-A2 15-16/18 25-26/28 15-16/18 25-26/28 Supply: 24-48 V DC or 24-240 V AC 1. c/o contact A1-Y1/B1 Control input A1-Y1/B1 Control input A1-Y1/B1 Control input Y1-Z2 Control input B CT-ARS. c/o contact 2.12 B CT-AHS. c/o contact A1-A2 Supply: 110-127 V AC Contactor coil A1-A2 Supply: 200-240 V AC Contactor coil Jumper for setting the time delay (see time delay diagram) 1+ .17 2CDC 252 107 F0b05 A1 A1 1+ B CT-VBS.2- 1+ .21 B CT-APS. c/o contact A1-A2 15-16/18 25-26/28 Supply: 24-48 V DC or 24-240 V AC 1. c/o contact 2.23 A1 A1 17 17 2CDC 252 016 F0b06 A2 18 28 18 28 A2 A2 18 28 18 28 A2 A1-A2 17-18 17-28 Supply: 24-48 V DC or 24-240 V AC 1.23-4 F CT-SDS. n/o contact 2.22 2CDC 252 015 F0b06 A1 15 25 B CT-VBS.18 A1 A1 3 4 A2 1+ 22A2 3 4 1+ 2CDC 252 108 F0b05 A1 15 A1 15 25 A2 18 16 16 18 A2 A2 28 18 16 18 26 28 26 16 A2 A2 1+ 2- 2A2 A1-A2 15-16/18 Supply: 24-48 V DC or 24-240 V AC 1. c/o contact 2. n/o contact A1-A2 Supply: 380-440 V AC 1. c/o contact A1-A2 15-16/18 Supply: 24-48 V DC or 24-240 V AC 1.22 . n/o contact 17-18 17-28 52 2CDC110004C0204  2CDC 252 013 F0b06 2CDC 252 011 F0b06 1 B CT-APS.

c/o contact A1-A2 Supply: 24 AC/DC 1.26G (gold-plated cont. c/o contact 2. c/o contact 11-12/14 11-12/14 11-12/14 21-22/24 11-12/14 21-22/24 G CT-IRS. c/o contact A1-A2 Supply: 24 V AC/DC 1. c/o contact 3. c/o contact 2. c/o contact 11-12/14 21-22/24 11-12/14 21-22/24 11-12/14 21-22/24 31-32/34 11-12/14 21-22/24 31-32/34  53 2CDC110004C0204 .14 2CDC 252 123 F0b05 2CDC 252 123 F0b05 G CT-IRS. c/o contact A1-A2 Supply: 110-240 V AC 1. c/o contact 2. c/o contact A1-A2 Supply: 110-240 V AC 1.24 A1 14 A1 11 11 12 21 2CDC 252 124 F0b05 11 A1 1 A1 11 A1 11 A2 14 12 12 14 A2 A2 14 12 12 14 A2 A2 24 12 14 22 24 22 21 A2 A2 24 12 14 22 24 22 21 A2 A1-A2 Supply: 24 AC/DC 1.16 A1 W Electronic timers CT-S range Connection diagrams G CT-IRS. c/o contact A1-A2 Supply: 220-240 V AC 1.) 2CDC 252 125 F0b05 A1 21 11 G CT-IRS. c/o contact 2.NE G CT-IRS. c/o contact 2.35 A1 34 A1 11 21 31 11 11 32 11 2CDC 252 126 F0b05 A1 11 21 A1 11 21 A2 14 12 14 22 24 24 12 22 A2 A2 14 12 14 22 24 24 12 22 A2 A2 12 14 22 24 32 34 14 24 12 22 A2 A2 12 14 22 24 32 34 14 24 12 22 A2 A1-A2 Supply: 24 AC/DC 1.36 2CDC 252 126 F0b05 A1 34 A1 11 21 31 11 11 32 11 G CT-IRS.24G (gold-plated cont.26 2CDC 252 124 F0b05 11 A1 14 A1 11 11 12 21 G CT-IRS. c/o contact 2. c/o contact 3. c/o contact A1-A2 Supply: 110-240 V AC 1.) 2CDC 252 125 F0b05 A1 21 11 G CT-IRS.

shielded with 100pF/m Z2 1.05-1 s (CT-SDS.) 15-300 s Y1-Z2 X1-Z2 Z1-Z2 Z3-Z2 10 time ranges 0. Control function Maximum switching current in the control circuit Maximum cable length to the control input Minimum control pulse length Non-load voltage at the control inputs Remote potentiometer Remote potentiometer connections.10 min 1.Supply circuit Rated control supply voltage US Rated control supply voltage US tolerance Rated frequency Frequency range typical current / power consumption Power failure buffering time Input circuit .) 1.) 0.2 % t < 0. 8 mA (230 V AC). CT-MXS. 24-240 V AC CT-SDS CT-SDS CT-ARS CT-ARS U/T: green LED R1: yellow LED R2: yellow LED R: yellow LED V: W: V: V: V: control supply voltage applied timing output relay 1 energized output relay 2 energized output relay energized 54 2CDC110004C0204  .5-30 s 7.NE W Electronic timers CT-S range Technical data CT-S A1-A2 A1-A2 A1-A2 AC/DC versions AC versions AC/DC versions AC versions 24 V DC 230 V AC 115 V AC 24-240 V AC/DC 24-48 V DC.05-1 s 4.5-10 s 6. CT-MBS.03 % / °C fixed 50 ms 2 ms 200 ms 5 min 3. 24-240 V AC 380-440 V AC -15.) 15-300 min 10.+10 % DC or 50/60 Hz 50/60 Hz DC or 47-63 Hz 47-63 Hz 9-28 mA (depending on device) / on request 11-60 mA (depending on device) / on request 6-10 mA (depending on device) / on request min. CT-ARS) 4.15-3 s 5.) 1.. CT-AHS) Control input.) 0.004 % / U t < 0.100 pF /m 20 ms 10-40 V DC 50 k 50 k 2 x 25 m. CT-APS) Control input.) 5-100 s 8.) 15-300 s 9.Control circuit voltage-related triggering (CT-MVS.) 1.5-30 min 2.05 s .) 1.15-3 s 5.) 5-100 s 7.5-30 s Recovery time Repeat accuracy (constant parameters) Accuracy within the rated control supply voltage tolerance Accuracy within the temperature range Star-delta transition time Star-delta transition time tolerance Minimum duty time Formatting time Indication of operational states Control supply voltage / timing Relay state 24-240 V AC/DC 24-48 V DC. Control function Maximum cable length to the control input Minimum control pulse length Control voltage potential Current consumption of the control input parallel load / non-polarized volt-free triggering (CT-MFS.300 h 7 time ranges 0.) 0.100 pF /m 20 ms see rated control supply voltage 1. Resistance value Maximum cable length to remote potentiometer Shield connection Timing circuit Time ranges A1-Y1/B1 start timing external 50 m . 20 ms 1 Data at Ta = 25 °C and rated values.5-30 h 3.2 mA (24 V DC).05 s .5-10 s 6..) 0.5-10 min < 50 ms < 80 ms t < 0.) 0.) 0. 6 mA (400 V AC) yes / yes start timing external pause timing / accumulative functions 1 mA 50 m .) 0. if nothing else indicated Type Input circuit .) 15-300 h 2.

89 inch x 3.0.31 lb) 15-16/18 15-16/18.+60 °C -40.14 kg (0.. 2 c/o contacts.+85 °C 6 x 24 h cycle.150 Hz 100 m/s2..8 Nm DIN rail (EN 60715).6. UL 508) Overvoltage category (IEC/EN 60664. snap mounting without any tool any no/ no IP50 / IP20 -25. 25-26/28 15-16/18. 3 shocks.. / max.5 mm2 (2 x 18-14 AWG) 2 x 0. 2 c/o contacts relay. if nothing else indicated Output circuit Number of contacts 1 relay. on request 250 V 12 V / 10 mA see load limit curves 4A 3A 4A 2A 30 x 106 switching cycles 0.5 mm x 78 mm x 100 mm (0. 2nd c/o contact selectable as inst. 1. 55°C.1 x 106 switching cycles 6 A fast 10 A fast 100% 22..2/50 µs 2 III 500 V 300 V 500 V 250 V 2. 1 c/o contact relay.28 inch) 0. 20 cycles.. 25(21)-26(22)/28(24) 17-18. all directions 4 kV.75-2. 50 Hz. VDE 0110.94 inch) approx. 2 n/o contacts (CT-SDS) Cd-free.58/60. 11 ms.75-2.07 inch x 3. UL 508) Rated insulation voltage Ui input circuit / output circuit output circuit 1 / output circuit 2 Basic insulation (IEC/EN 61140) input circuit / output circuit Protective separation input circuit / output circuit (VDE 0106 part 101 and part 101/A1. IEC/EN 60664) Pollution category (IEC/EN 60664.0 kV. 95 % RH 40 m/s2.. 17-28 Contact material Rated operational voltage Ue Minimum switching voltage / minimum switching current Maximum switching voltage / maximum switching current Rated operational current Ie (IEC/EN 60947-5-1 ) for category AC12 (resistive) at 230 V AC15 (inductive) at 230 V DC12 (resistive) at 24 V DC13 (inductive) at 24 V at AC12.5 mm2 (2 x 18-14 AWG) 2 x 0. fine-strand with wire end ferrule without wire end ferrule rigid Stripping length Torque Mounting Mounting position Minimum distance to other units Degree of protection Environmental data Ambient temperature range horizontal / vertical enclosure / terminals operation storage 2 x 0... 10. 1 s Humidity (cyclic) (IEC/EN 60068-2-30) Vibration (sinusoidal) (IEC/EN 60068-2-6) Shock (half-sine) (IEC/EN 60068-2-27) Isolation data Rated impulse withstand voltage Uimp between all isolated circuits (VDE 0110.5-4 mm2 (2 x 20-12 AWG) 7 mm (0. 0.NE W Electronic timers CT-S range Technical data Data at Ta = 25 °C and rated values.. IEC/EN 61140) Test voltage between all isolated circuits (type test)  55 2CDC110004C0204 . contact relay.. 230 V. VDE 0110. 4 A n/c contact n/o contact Mechanical lifetime Electrical lifetime Short circuit proof / maximum fuse rating (IEC/EN 60947-5-1) General data Duty time Dimensions (W x H x D) Weight Electrical connection Wire size min.

0 cos ϕ Switching current [A] 56 2CDC110004C0204  .9 0. IEC/EN 61000-6-4 B B Technical diagrams Load limit curves AC load (resistive) 2CDC 252 149 F0206 AC voltage [V] DC load (resistive) 2CDC 252 150 F0206 2CDC 252 148 F0206 DC voltage [V] resistive load resistive load AC current [A] DC current [A] Derating factor F for inductive AC load 2CDC 252 124 F0206 Derating factor F 1. EN 55022 IEC 61812-1.7 0. EN 55022 HF line emission IEC/CISPR 22.7 0.6 0. if nothing else indicated Standards Product standard Low Voltage Directive EMC directive RoHS directive Electromagnetic compatibility Interference immunity electrostatic discharge (ESD) IEC/EN 61000-4-2 electromagnetic field (HF radiation resistance) IEC/EN 61000-4-3 fast transients (Burst) IEC/EN 61000-4-4 powerful impulses (Surge) IEC/EN 61000-4-5 HF line emission IEC/EN 61000-4-6 Interference emission electromagnetic field (HF radiation resistance) IEC/CISPR 22.NE W Electronic timers CT-S range Technical data.5 Contact lifetime Switching cycles 250 V resistive load 0. Technical diagrams 1 Data at Ta = 25 °C and rated values. IEC/EN 61000-6-2 Level 3 (6 kV / 8 kV) Level 3 (10 V/m) Level 3 (2 kV / 5 kHz) Level 4 (2 kV A1-A2) Level 3 (10 V) IEC/EN 61000-6-3.4 0.0 0.8 0. EN 61812-1 + A11.2 0.3 0.6 0.1 0.5 0.9 1.8 0. DIN VDE 0435 part 2021 73/23/EEC 89/336/EEC 2002/95/EEC IEC/EN 61000-6-1.

02“ 100 3. Remote potentiometer Triggering of the control inputs with a proximity switch (3 wire) 2CDC 252 104 F0b06 2CDC 252 105 F0b06 L(+) L(+) +V A1 Z3 Z1 A1 Y1 A2 Z2 A2 Z2 N(-) N(-) 0V Dimensional drawing Dimensions in mm 109.886“ 4.5 102 4.NE W Electronic timers CT-S range Wiring instructions.94“  2CDC 252 188 F0b05 78 3.31“ 22.5 . It is possible to use the control supply voltage from terminal A1 or any other voltage within the rated control supply voltage range.07“ 57 2CDC110004C0204 . Dimensional drawing Wiring instructions Control inputs (volt-free triggering) 2CDC 252 101 F0b06 1 Control inputs (voltage-related triggering) 2CDC 252 102 F0b06 2CDC 252 103 F0b06 L(+) L(+) L(+) L(+) A1 X1 Y1 A1 Y1/B1 A1 Y1/B1 A2 Z2 A2 A2 N(-) N(-) N(-) L(-) The control input Y1/B1 is triggered with electric potential against A2.

Notes 1 58 2CDC110004C0204  .