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Coffee Break Timer

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Look at what 5 minutes lost each day can cost!

The chart below shows what “only 5 minutes” in lost time each day costs YOU – Based on an 8 hour day, 5 days a week, 255 working days per year. Overhead cost is assumed to be equal to the hourly rate.

  • Dependable Electronic Operation
  • Two User – Selectable Intervals
  • Digital Count-Down Display
  • Dip-Switch Selectable Intervals and Duration
  • Power On Indicating Light
  • Rugged Metal Case with Lock and Keys
  • Activates Signal for Break Start and End
  • Extra Warning Signal One Minute Before Break
  • Easy Installation
  • AC Power: 120 VAC, 60HZ
  • Bell Circuit: 24 VAC, 1 Amp. Max output

$ RATE

EMPLOYEES

5

10

25

50

100

500

5.00

1,062.60

2,125.00

5,313.00

10,626.00

21,252.00

106,260.00

7.50

1,593.80

3,187.50

7,968.80

15,937.50

31,875.00

159,375.00

10.00

2,125.00

4,250.00

10,625.00

21,250.00

42,500.00

212,500.00

12.00

2,550.00

5,100.00

12,750.00

25,500.00

51,000.00

255,000.00

  • Rugged steel cabinet with key lock and standard knock-outs top and bottom.
  • Power supplied by external Class 2 transformer 16 to 24vac.
  • (timer supplied with or without transformer)
  • Two outputs wired to a large 20A barrier terminal strip. Duration is 3 seconds at start and end of interval.
  • Output #1: 16 to 24vac for bell or other audible signal appliance.
  • Output #2: From C 10 Amp. dry contacts.
  • Large dual digit LED display designed for viewing distances up to 33 ft.
  • Two programmable pushbuttons for use as a coffee break and meal timer.
  • Times are selected via a 10 position Dispatch.
  • Break button range: 2 to 39 mins. In 1 min. increment
  • Meal button range: 5 to 75 mins. In 5 min. increments.
  • Warning signal selectable via jumper. The signal is a double pulse of the bell one minute before end of interval.
  • Operation on 50 hz power systems is selectable via a jumper.
  • Remote input is provided for operation of the signals via attendance recorder or masterclock. (share one bell for start/end  of shift and coffee/meal breaks)
  • Process Control: The IT-75 may be configured to control repeatable and other process controls by the setting of two jumpers. When configured in this way the output relay is energized for the entire duration of the selected time interval.
  • An output is provided to drive a piezo/buzzer signal to alert the operator that the selected interval is coming to an end. This output pulses at 0.5 hz during the final minute of interval time. This output is independent of all other options.
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