7 Day Digital Timer

Catalogue Number: 646E7
RRP (Inc. GST)
Colour White (WH)
  • White 1 PCE


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Range of product
PDL 600 Designer Series
Product brand
Device presentation
basic element with full cover plate
Local signalling
[Ue] rated operational voltage
230...240 V AC
Rated current
15 A
without marking
AS 3100

Frequently Asked Questions

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Is there a horizontal version of the PDL timer 646E7?

No. Unfortunately there is no horizontal version available.

Why does the PDL 646E7 lose it's program when on inductive load

Because it's not inductive rated

Can the module in the PDL 646E7 be turned horizontally

No, it is vertical only

What is the MSS cover for 646R7


Does a 646E7 seven day timer have an auto function for daylight savings?

No it does not. It needs to be manually changed to reflect time changes for Daylight savings.

What is the rating of contacts and the battery life for a PDL 646E7

Rating of contacts is 15A resistive and battery life is 10 years

What does it mean when the timer is flashing on a PDL 646E7

Because the unit is on Random.  Press day and hour together to reset it.

What happens if the manual override is left on the PDL 646E7 timer

The manual override if left on will reset to automatic on the next pre programmed time

What is the ratings for a PDL 646E7 7 day electronic timer ?

The Ratings are:
Voltage - 230 / 240V a.c.   50Hz
Current - 15A Resistive, 1000W tungsten

PDL 646E7 can it be programmed for more than one 'on' 'off' per day?

 Yes Six ‘On’ and Six ‘Off’ times are available. 

Is the 646E7 available?

Yes the PDL646E7 is still available.

Some of the key features are:
  • Digital
  • Time: 7 day
  • Mounting centre: 84 mm
  • Plate dimension: 118 mm Height x 74 mm Width
  • 15A resistive and 1000W tungsten halogen
  • 1 x normally open and 1 x normally closed contact
For further information please visit https://www.clipsal.com/Trade/Products/ProductDetail?catno=646E7

PDL646E7WH unit is losing memory why does it do this

PDL 646E7 has no inductive rating, when used with inductive loads the spike from that load can use the memory to be wipes

Use the new Iconic timers and time clocks which will handle the inductive loads better

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