Series LTC2 Tilt Switch Control Unit

Adjustable Time-Delay

The Series LTC2 Tilt Probe Control Units feature an adjustable time delay and a logic selector switch. The logic selector switch determines when the output relay actuates and de-actuates, thus while in position one, the relay is energized when the probe is in the vertical position and de-energizes when the probe is in the titled position, and while in position two, the actions are opposite. In addition, an adjustable time-delay feature may be assigned to either the vertical or the tilt position to prevent false signals. The relay assumes the de-energized position upon reaching the end of the delay period as well as upon failure of power to the controller.

Product Applications

  • Large hoppers
  • Silos
  • Crushers
  • Trippers
  • Stackers
  • Conveyors

Models & Ordering

Model Description Usually Ships Price Code Order
LTC2
Ships: Next Day
Price: $842.00
Tilt switch control unit, NEMA 4 enclosure. Next Day $842.00 B Order

Specifications

Temperature Limit:
-4 to 104°F (-20 to 40°C).
Power Requirements:
115 VAC @ 50/60 Hz.
Power Consumption:
10W.
Switch Type:
DPDT.
Electrical Rating:
5 A @ 120 VAC; 5 A @ 240 VAC.
Enclosure:
Cast aluminum.
Enclosure Rating:
None or NEMA 4, 4X.
Electrical Connections:
No suffix: 120 VAC; B suffix: 240 VAC.
Conduit Connections:
3/4 NPT: 2 power/relay & 1 probe.
Indicator Light :
Green (when relay is energized and probe vertical); Red (when relay is de-energized and probe tilted), LED lamps.
Time Delay:
0.1 to 35 sec; Adjustment will delay output relay action.

Features

  • Adjustable time delay feature may be assigned to either the vertical or the tilt position to prevent false signals
  • Logic selector switch determines when the output relay actuates and deactuates, thus while in position one, the relay is energized when the probe is in the vertical position and de-energizes when the probe is in the titled position, and while in position two, the actions are opposite
  • Relay assumes the de-energized position upon reaching the end of the delay period as well as upon failure of power to the controller

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