Vehicle supply protector VSP01
Vehicle supply protector protects onboard devices against voltage fluctuation and eliminates damages. It balances short time overvoltages and switches other devices off in case of longer overvoltage. As soon as the vehicle power supply returns back to normal devices are switched on again. The protector also records history of voltage fluctuation.
Ethernet Switch SWR11 a SWR15
Ethernet switches with connctors 10 x LAN RJ 45 100BASE-TX / 5 x LAN RJ 45 100BASE-TX.
Speed relay BRR 24.30
The relay monitors vehicle speed and switches when the speed exceeds pre-set limit. It is used e.g. to block head-light washers during a slow speed when the head-lights are insufficiently cooled. The speed relay can be delivered in various speed switching, constants and voltage rating.
Wiper speed switcher with memory CSP 24
The device replaces an original switcher. It is operated via a single wiper gear. After first switch-on the delay is set to a maximum delay. Requested delay duration can be set by switch-off and following switch-on. The switcher will then keep this delay. After a switch-off the switcher is gradually set to a maximum delay. When switched-on from a permanent wiping the duration is set to a minimum delay. Driver’s concentration is thus not disturbed by delay setting.
Liquid level monitor HM 24, HM 24R
The device can be used in all vehicles with supply voltage of 24 V, to avoid a lack of cooling or any other electrically conductive liquid. The monitor checks the liquid level with a sensor placed in a liquid container. When a liquid level drops under the sensor, the monitor indicates this situation with a blinking indicator light.
Timer ZR 24 S, ZR 24 S5,ZR 24 V
Time electronic relays - timers - are used for time control of various aggegates and devices, mainly in automotive industry. The timer consists of switch-on, switch-off or re-switch relay and control electronics. All parts are encased in plastic box (optionally with a holder). When connectors no. 85 and no. 86 are powered, realy ratchet is pulled. If control power is permanently connected, the relay drops off after a pre-set time. If control power is disconnected before reaching the pre-set time, the ratchet drops off simultaneously with the power disconnection. Timers can be supplied for various kinds of delays and conection types.