Power monitoring, also known as energy monitoring or power management, refers to the process of tracking, measuring, and analyzing the electrical power consumption within a system, building, or industrial facility. It involves monitoring various parameters related to electrical energy, such as voltage, current, power factor, energy usage, and other electrical characteristics.
Devices used to control and regulate electrical circuits or systems. These modules provide specialized functions and features to ensure the safe and efficient operation of electrical equipment
Time Mark makes a variety of special controls including capacitor trip devices, power supplies and power factor regulators, "two hand" safety controls and many more.
Transformer: Device used to transfer electrical energy between two or more circuits through electromagnetic induction.
Transducers: Devices that convert one form of energy into another
Voltage and frequency monitors are devices used to measure the voltage and frequency of electrical power systems. These devices provide important information about the electrical parameters to ensure the safe and efficient operation of electrical equipment.
AC and DC models are available to sense over voltage, under voltage and voltage band.
Alternating relays are electrical devices used to alternate or cycle the operation of multiple loads or circuits. They are commonly used in applcations where it is necessary to alternate between two or more identical electrical loads, such as pumps, motors, or lighting systems, to ensure even usage and prevent excessive wear on individual components.
For 2, 3 or 4 alternators to equalize run times of multiple loads.
Current monitors are devices used to measure the flow of electric current in a circuit and display the current value in amperes or milliamperes. Both single-phase and 3-phase models are available to sense over and under current conditions. Current transformers are also available.
Over/Under current sensors are devices used to detect and monitor the current level in an electrical circuit. These sensors are designed to provide protection and control functions by detecting when the current exceeds or falls below specified threshold values.
Current sensing via onboard toroid or AC terminals. Input voltage 24VAC to 240VAC, 24VDC. Adjust current setting and time delay via onboard potentiometer. Peltec sensors have UL and CE approvals and are RoHS compliant. DIN Rail case design ensures easy installation.
Sophisticated monitor functions control supply voltage and protect systems against over-current, under-current and phase failure. Available for AC and DC circuits, single and multiple phase applications, with fixed or adjustable time delays. Easy-read LED indicators show operation, conditions and faults. Peltec monitors have UL and CE approvals and are RoHS compliant. DIN Rail case design ensures easy installation.
Available in a wide variety of single and multiple timing modes including Delay on Make, Delay on Break, Recycle, True Off Delay, Multifunction and Star Delta. Timing ranges from 0.1 second up to 100 days. LED indicators for input and output. Coarse and fine time settings by rotary switch and potentiometer. These timers have UL and CE approvals and are RoHS compliant. DIN Rail case design ensures easy installation.
Protective devices designed to provide overcurrent and short circuit protection for specific electrical circuits connected to appliances. They are generally designed for coffee brewers, food processors, blenders, dishwashers, toasters and many more consumer and commercial appliances. Ratings of 0.25A to 70A, 24VAC to 250VAC. Automatic reset and manual reset with many options for specific designs.
Protective devices designed to provide overcurrent and short circuit protection for specific electrical circuits connected to transportation applications. They are designed for off-road vehicles, buses, RVs, trolling motors, and other battery-powered machines with rugged applications. Ratings of 5A to 200A, 12-42VDC. Type I (auto reset), Type II (modified reset) and Type III (manual reset). Many models available.
3-Phase Monitors are devices used to protect and monitor three-phase electrical systems. These monitors ensure the proper functioning of three-phase power distribution by continuously monitoring key parameters such as voltage, currect, frequency, and phase sequence.
Time Mark is a world leader in the design and manufacturing of 3-phase sensing devices. Included in the product line are reverse phase detectors, phase loss sensors, and phase unbalance sensors.
Electrical relays designed to operate across a wide range of input voltages. These relays are versatile and can be used in various applications where the input voltage may vary, eliminating the need for different relay models for different voltage levels.
Include red output indicator with lens; other colors available. Coil is diodesuppressed. Input voltage tolerance is -15% to +10%. Peltec relays have UL and CE approvals and are RoHS compliant. DIN Rail case design ensures easy installation.
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