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A time switch (also called a timer switch, or simply a timer) is a timer that operates an electric switch controlled by the timing mechanism.
The switch may be connected to an electric circuit operating from mains power, including via a relay or contactor; or low voltage, including battery-operated equipment in vehicles. It may be built into power circuits (as with central heating or water heater timer), plugged into a wall outlet with equipment plugged into the timer instead of directly into the PowerPoint; or built into the equipment.
Digital time switches
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Mechanical electric timer switches ; ;
These mechanical timer switches ;were the first to appear on the market. They consist of a small electric motor that drives a clock which is typically 24 hours, although ones for a week are also available. A dial is marked for the 24 hours or other time period and around this is a mechanical setting system. This triggers the mechanical switch to toggle between on and off as required.
The push button ;switch ;is usually used to turn on and off the control circuit, and it is a kind of control switch appliance that is widely used. It is used in electrical automatic control circuits to manually send control signals to control contactors, relays, electromagnetic starters, etc. Its characteristic is that it is installed in the machine and instrument in the process of work, most of the time is in the initial free state position, and only when needed, it is converted to the second state (position) under the action of external force. Once the external force is removed, due to With the action of the spring, the switch returns to the initial position.
Circuit breaker, automatic switch in an electric circuit. Its function is similar to that of a fuse—to open the circuit if abnormal current conditions occur, usually overloads—but it is not destroyed in operation and can be closed again. The simplest circuit breakers are operated by a solenoid that is activated by an excessive increase in current flow. Small circuit breakers are widely used in place of fuses to protect electrical systems in homes.
MCBs ;are time-delay tripping devices. In these devices, the operating time is controlled by the magnitude of overcurrent passing through it, which means that the device functions whenever there is an overload existing for long periods, long enough to endanger the circuit being protected. MCBs do not respond to transients such as motor starting currents or switch surges. Typically, these devices are designed to operate at less than 2.5 milliseconds when there are short circuit faults and between 2 seconds to 2 minutes in case of overloads.
A molded case circuit breaker (MCCB) is a type of electrical protection device that is used to protect the electrical circuit from excessive current, which can cause overload or short circuits. With a current rating of up to 2500A, MCCBs can be used for a wide range of voltages and frequencies with adjustable trip settings. These breakers are used instead of miniature circuit breakers (MCBs) in large-scale PV systems for system isolation and protection purposes.
A Residual Current Operated Circuit Breaker ; (RCBO) is a critical safety measure when protecting electrical circuits. The RCBO is a current sensing component that can automatically disconnect and measure the circuit whenever the current exceeds the rated sensitivity, or a fault happens in a connected circuit.