The Model 5500TX is the top of the line of our timer series. Its electronic coin acceptor is capable of accepting all American, Canadian coins plus a wide variety of international currencies.
The LCD display on the 5500TX shows the time and the balance available during the entire time session. Programming the different parameters and consulting the audit is easy with the large 4x20 backlit LCD display. The optional SLB Module with its lighted push button allows for a differed start. A programming menu will also allow pauses. That SLB Module offers as well a programmable end-of-session warning that will make the push button flashing and beeping to warn the users of the upcoming end of time.
The 5500TX timer is made of the same robust and rust-free stainless-steel cabinet as the 5500TS. It is therefore ideal for wet environments such as campground showers or any indoor or outdoor applications and potentially more at risk of vandalism. Adding a high security programmable combination VAN Lock will add to the security.
Here are the different functioning configurations available with the 5500TX
The minimum deposit menu allows programming a minimum deposit of money to start a time cycle. A 60-second grace period following the end of a time cycle will allow adding money below the minimum deposit in order to add extra time to the precious time session.
The maximum deposit will limit the amount of money to be inserted into the timer.
The automatic start will initiate the time cycle the moment the minimum deposit has been reached.
Differed start with the SLB Module:
The SLB Module with its lighted push button will allow a differed start of the session. With the Pause mode activated, that same button will allow pausing the time by simply pressing on it.
Start with an auxiliary control:
This will allow starting a time session under the control of an auxiliary external device. In this mode, the time session will start only when the timer receives a signal from that external device.
The auxiliary contact will allow keeping power on to a secondary device longer than the principal time session. Therefore, this contact will stay closed for a programmable period to keep energized a lighting system or an evacuation fan following the time paid.
Two warnings allow telling a customer about an upcoming end-of-session. The first warning, lasting 5 seconds, is programmable for a number of seconds/minutes before the end of the session. The second warning is adjustable in seconds for the last xx seconds of a cycle. When the SLB is added, the lighted button and the adjustable volume beeper will react accordingly.
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