Specially designed to interact with external components. The "countdown" mode allows to activate external components as siren, beacon light, strobe, solenoid, relay and many others. Simply connect an internal or external battery from 6 to 16 volts according to the voltage of the element to be run (5 amperes max). Example: You want to run a 12 volt beacon light, just connect a 12 volt battery to the external battery connector. This mode also can activates the accessory for specific programmed duration. Ideal for precise exposure to light or any similar need.
The module has a programmable cancellation code to stop the countdown. This is perfect if you want to use it, for example, for a challenge where one has to stop the count before the end. Developed at the base for Military Tactical Simulation (MilSim) at Paintball. Add challenge to your scenarios!
The "chronometer" mode allows to calculate the time with an external switch. For example: a button of any kind or, in a race context, a start/stop door, a carpet with a contact and many others ...
Programmable output action
Want to drive accessory that needs more power?
Simply use relay or Solid State Relay like that