Staircase Timer Light Switch 1 Channel, 230 V ac

  • RS Stock No. 656-5991
  • Mfr. Part No. IK8810.41/001 AC230V 0.5-10M
  • Manufacturer Dold
Technical data sheets
Legislation and Compliance
RoHS Status: Not Applicable
Product Details

IK8810 - stair light time switch

Stair light time switch for DIN rails
Switch for continuous light on device
Overall width 17.5 mm
16 A contact
LED status display

Note

Device and button must be connected to the same phase.
Contact output is not volt-free

Standards

EN60669

Approvals

CE

Staircase

Specifications
Attribute Value
Lighting Switch Type Staircase
Supply Voltage 230 V ac
Number of Channels 1
Adjustment Range 0.5 → 10min
Depth 58mm
Height 89mm
1 In stock for delivery within 5 working day(s)
Price (ex. GST) Each
$ 91.74
(exc. GST)
$ 105.50
(inc. GST)
units
Per unit
1 - 24
$91.74
25 - 49
$89.44
50 +
$88.03
Related Products
TR 610 top 2 digital time switches with ...
Description:
TR 610 top 2 digital time switches with weekly programming. 1 Channel. DuoFix spring terminals for 2 conductors each. Text-orientated user guidance in display- Preset date and time- Fully operable without mains connection56 Memory locations. Interface for OBELISK top2 memory ...
The TR series are a range of digital ...
Description:
The TR series are a range of digital time switches from Theben / Timeguard which feature a large variety of functionality including yearly and astronomical programs, automatic summer / winter time changeover, Interface for OBELISK top2 memory card (PC programming), ...
Grasslin Talento daily analogue time switch are suitable ...
Description:
Grasslin Talento daily analogue time switch are suitable for a wide variety of applications including street lighting, home & work environments and motor & pump control. Single channel design with three modules. Sychronous without reserve design. Daily timer functions with ...
Patented "zero hysteresis" ensures reliable switching without wasting ...
Description:
Patented "zero hysteresis" ensures reliable switching without wasting energy; patent pending for the "light feedback compensation" principle avoids the effect of the lamps repeatedly “hunting” between On and Off, due to poor installation, again preventing a waste of energy4 position ...