Since 1972, Time Mark has been proudly engineering, manufacturing and assembling our quality products from our manufacturing facility in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Time Mark Corporation products are distributed throughout the United States and exported to an expanding international customer base. Standard catalog products are marketed through a combination of local distributors, Time Mark representatives, and direct sales personnel. Time Mark products are marketed under two trade names: Time Mark, which includes the basic lines of industrial controls, and Signaline, which is a recognized brand name for all of our timing devices.
Time delay relays are electronic devices that introduce a time delay in the operation of electrical circuits. They are commonly used in industrial automation, control systems, and various applications where timed control or sequencing of events is required. Time delay relays provide a delay between the application or removal of a control signal and the activation or deactivation of the connected load. They enable precise timing control, automation of processes, and protection against undesirable conditions by introducing delays in electrical circuits. A full line of industry standard time delay relays are manufactured under the "Signaline" trade name.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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
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.
Liquid level controls are devices or systems used to monitor and control the level of liquid in tanks, containers, or other vessels. These controls are essential in various industries, such as manufacturing, chemical processing, water treatment, and food and beverage production, where accurate liquid level management is crucial for operational efficiency, safety, and regulatory compliance.
Both single-phase and 3-phase models are available to sense over and under current conditions. Current transformers are also available.