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  • #20076
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    I require assistance please on pneumatic logic timers.I see you can get normally closed and normally open ones.Question is -say a norm.closed. once you set the time delay does the timer provide an output signal for the duration of the set time?D

    #21987
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    Shaun;You need a Normally Open (Normally Passing)(Time Off Delay)timer to do what I think you want to do. You would give it a signal to the timer port and the inlet port at the same time (From the same signal). The signal would immediately pass th

    #21988
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    You can get both normally open and normally closed timers from KV Ltd.www.kvglobal.com

    #21989
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    With the products I am familiar with, you can use a 2/2 normally closed valve with a time in/out sequence adaptor. You would have air to the inlet of the valve. When you provided the pilot signal, the time in adaptor would delay for the preset t

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