Trumeter Company, Inc. Datasheets for Electromechanical Timers
Electromechanical timers are used to start or stop a machine or other device at preset or delayed intervals. They consist of both electrical and mechanical components, and often feature an electric motor that drives one or more gears. They typically accept electric or electronic inputs to operate a mechanical output such as rotating wheels or knobs.
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