CDEC1(replacing H7CN) Super Miniature Electronic Counter

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1.Power supply:Inner power supply.
2.Battery endurance:About 10 years (25℃).
3.Counting range:0-999999 8:0-99999999
4.Min.counting speed:
CDEC1-L 50ms (10 times/s)
CDEC1-H 2.5ms(times/s)
5.Reset mode:Panel button reset (six-position)External terminal reset
6.Ambient temperature for service:(-5~+40℃the state of no freeze)
7.No voltage input:
Max.resistance for contact make:≤10KΩ(Counting ON)
Min.resistance for contact break:≥500KΩ(Counting OFF)
Max.input residual voltage:0.5V
8.Voltage input: L:DC 0V-2V H:DC4V-30V (H is active) (put impedance:≥4.7KΩ
9.Min.reset pulse width:≥0.2s
10.Weight: about 60g
11.Holing size:22.5×45mm


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