DRM03 Three way multi function relay module delay self locking cycle timing time relay in Relays from Home Improvement

DRM03 Three way multi function relay module delay self locking cycle timing time relay in Relays from Home Improvement

Product Specification

Theory: Time Relay

Model Number: DRM03

Description:
Features:
1. The linkage function of each channel is added, and each channel can be triggered in sequence;
2. With 3 channels of input and output control, each channel can be set with 20 functions to meet more application requirements;
3. DC 8V-36V wide voltage input, with power supply anti-reverse connection function, will not damage the module due to wrong power supply;
4. With red power indicator, blue relay pull-in indicator;
5. Can set 0.1 second timing function, timing accuracy is better than 0.01 seconds;
6. Increase the automatic power saving function, the user can set it by himself;
7. All setting options can be saved automatically, and the setting content is not lost when it is powered off;
8. The trigger signal input terminal supports the user to select a high level or low level pulse trigger;
 
Module function
 
The user can select one of the following 20 functions by pressing the button and display, and can arbitrarily combine the linkage mode between the roads. The function parameters can be set and saved, and the time parameters of T1 and T2 can be set. The time parameter is 0.1. Adjustable from seconds to 270 hours, the maximum accuracy is better than 0.01 seconds.
 
Function 1: Power-on delay pull-in: After delaying T1 time from power-on, the relay pulls in and sends a high-level pulse signal to the X interface at any time. This function resets and restarts operation;
 
Function 2: Power-on delay off: When the power is turned on, the relay is closed. After the T1 time is closed, the relay is disconnected, and a high-level pulse signal is given to the X1 interface at any time. This function is reset and restarts.
 
Function 3: Timing pull-in and then disconnect: the relay is disconnected at power-on, the relay is closed after the disconnection time T1 arrives; the relay is disconnected after the pull-in time T2 arrives, and a high-level pulse signal is given to the X interface at any time. Function reset and restart operation;
 
Function 4: Timing disconnection and re-sucking: the relay is closed when power is on, the relay is disconnected after the pull-in time T1 arrives; the relay is closed after the disconnection time T2 arrives, and a high-level pulse signal is given to the X interface at any time. Function reset and restart operation;
 
Function 5: Infinite loop mode 1: The relay is disconnected at power-on, the relay is closed after the disconnection time T1 arrives; the relay is turned off after the pull-in time T2 arrives, and then the above state is repeated; the X interface is given a high level at any time. Pulse signal, this function resets and restarts;
 
Function 6: Infinite loop mode 2: The relay immediately picks up when power is on, the relay is disconnected after the pull-in time T1 arrives; the relay picks up after the disconnection time T2 arrives, then repeats the above state, and gives a high power to the X interface at any time. Flat pulse signal, this function resets and restarts operation;
 
Function 7: Limited cycle mode 1: The relay is disconnected at power-on, the relay is closed after the disconnection time T1 arrives; the relay is disconnected after the suction time T2 arrives, and then the NX times are repeated. The number of cycles NX is 1-9999. Adjustable between times, give a high-level pulse signal to the X interface at any time, this function resets and restarts operation;
 
Function 8: Limited cycle mode 2: When the power is turned on, the relay is closed. When the pull-in time T1 arrives, the relay is disconnected. After the disconnection time T2 arrives, the relay is closed, and then the NX times are repeated. The cycle number NX is 1-9999. Adjustable between times, give a high-level pulse signal to the X interface at any time, this function resets and restarts operation;
 
Function 9: Self-locking relay mode: Give the relay X interface a high-level pulse signal, the relay pulls in, and then a high-level pulse signal relay is disconnected.
 
Function 10: Level trigger relay mode (including delay off function): When the power is turned on, the relay is disconnected, and a high level signal is sent to the X1 interface. The relay immediately pulls in. After the X1 port signal disappears, the relay still pulls in. The relay is disconnected after the pull-in time T1 arrives. Note: In this function, if T1 is set to 0 seconds, it will become: X port has a high level signal relay pull-in, if there is no signal, it will be disconnected immediately.
 
Function 11: Timing pull-up after triggering: The relay is disconnected at power-on, giving a high-level pulse signal to the X interface, delaying the T1 time relay to pull in, repeating a high-level pulse signal to the X interface, repeating the above functions more than once;
 
Function 12: After the trigger is turned off: the relay is disconnected at power-on, a high-level pulse signal is sent to the X interface, the relay is closed, the T1 time relay is turned off, and a high-level pulse signal is repeatedly given to the X interface. More than one function;
 
Function 13: After the trigger, the timing is closed and then disconnected: the relay is turned off when the power is turned on, and a high-level pulse signal is sent to the X interface. After the disconnection time T1 arrives, the relay is closed; after the pull-in time T2 arrives, the relay is disconnected and repeated. Give the X interface a high-level pulse signal and repeat the above functions;
 
Function 14: After the trigger, the timer is disconnected and re-closed: the relay is disconnected at power-on, a high-level pulse signal is sent to the X interface, the relay is pulled in, the relay is turned off after the pull-in time T1 arrives, and the relay is turned off after the disconnection time T2 arrives. Pull in and repeat to give a high-level pulse signal to the X interface, repeating the above functions more than once;
 
Function 15: Infinite loop mode after triggering 1: The relay is turned off at power-on, and a high-level pulse signal is sent to the X interface. After the delay time T1 arrives, the relay is closed; after the pull-in time T2 arrives, the relay is disconnected and then repeated. The above actions, repeating a high-level pulse signal to the X interface, can restart the above functions;
 
Function 16: Infinite loop mode after triggering 2: The relay is disconnected at power-on, a high-level pulse signal is sent to the X interface, the relay is closed, the relay is turned off after the pull-in time T1 arrives, and the relay is closed after the disconnection time T2 arrives. Then repeat the above action, repeat a high-level pulse signal to the X interface, and restart the above functions;
 
Function 17: Limited cycle timing mode after triggering 1: The relay is disconnected at power-on, giving a high-level pulse signal to the X interface. After the disconnection time T1 arrives, the relay is closed; after the pull-in time T2 arrives, the relay is disconnected, and then the relay is turned off. Repeat NX times or more, the number of cycles NX can be adjusted between 1-9999 times, and repeat a high-level pulse signal to the X interface to restart the above functions;
 
Function 18: Limited cycle timing mode after triggering 2: The relay is disconnected at power-on, a high-level pulse signal is sent to the X interface, the relay is immediately pulled in, the relay is turned off after the pull-in time T1 arrives, and the relay is turned off after the break time T2 arrives. Pulling in and then repeating the NX times or more, the number of cycles NX is adjustable between 1-9999 times, and repeating a high-level pulse signal to the X interface, the above functions can be restarted;
 
Function 19: Conditional cycle mode 1: The relay is disconnected at power-on, giving a high-level signal to the X interface. After the delay time T1 arrives, the relay is closed; after the pull-in time T2 arrives, the relay is disconnected, as long as the X port is high. If it does not disappear, the module will repeat the above action. If the X interface high level signal disappears, the relay will immediately disconnect and the function will be reset.
 
Function 20: Conditional loop mode 2: The relay is disconnected at power-on, a high level signal is sent to the X interface, the relay is closed, the relay is turned off after the pull-in time T1 arrives, and the relay is closed after the disconnection time T2 arrives, as long as X If the high level of the port does not disappear, the module will repeat the above action. If the high level signal of the X interface disappears, the relay will be disconnected immediately and the function will be reset.
 
Electrical parameter
 
Working voltage: recommended DC 8V-36V (limit working voltage DC 6V-48V)
Rated power: static power (when the relay is not engaged) is less than 0.1W, and the shutdown display is less than 0.03W
Peak power (when the relay is fully engaged) is less than 1.2W
Working temperature: recommended -20 degrees Celsius - 60 degrees Celsius (limit operating temperature range -30 degrees Celsius - 70 degrees Celsius)
Load capacity: relay normally open port load capacity: DC 0-30V/10A, AC 0-250V/10A
Relay normally closed port load capacity: DC 0-28V/10A, AC 0-125V/10A
 
Module interface
1, DC+: DC power supply positive
2, DC-: DC power supply negative
3, XM: the common end of the photoelectric isolation signal input
4, X1: input signal detection interface 1
5, X2: input signal detection interface 2
6, X3: input signal detection interface 3
 
 Note: The input signal detection interface can be either active high or active low. The user can select through the XM port. If the XM is connected to the negative power supply, X1-X3 is active high. If the XM is connected to the positive power supply. , X1-X3 is active low!
 
Relay load output: 9-wire interface, all terminals have terminal blocks
1. NO1: The first relay is normally open interface. The relay is suspended before being sucked. After the suction, it is shorted to COM1.
2, COM1: the first relay common interface
3. NC1: The first relay is normally closed. The relay is shorted to COM1 before the suction is closed.
4, NO2: The second relay is normally open interface, the relay is suspended before the suction, and the short is connected with COM2 after the suction.
5, COM2: the second relay common interface
6. NC2: The second relay is normally closed. The relay is shorted to COM2 before the suction is closed.
7, NO3: The second relay is normally open interface, the relay is suspended before the suction, and the short is connected with COM3 after the suction.
8, COM3: the second relay common interface
9. NC3: The second relay is normally closed. The relay is shorted to COM3 before the suction is closed.
 
Module size
Dimensions: 98mm * 66mm * 20mm (length * width * height)
 
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