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Percentage Timers

Eagle Signal percentage timers are continuous ON-OFF control devices commonly used in irrigation systems.

Percentage timers operate by a synchronous motor-driven cam that closes a snap action switch for a percentage of the total time cycle. Users can adjust settings while the timer is in operation. Adjust the setting of the pointer to change the relationship of the switch transfer point at zero and desired interval. As the progress pointer passes zero, the load switch transfers. Percentage timers continue to operate as a repeat cycle timer as long as power is supplied to the motor.

Eagle Signal percentage timers offer accurate, efficient control for many industrial applications, including:

  • Pump controls
  • Food processing
  • Material handling
  • Packaging
  • Plastics manufacturing
  • Irrigation timers
Percentage Timers

CT4 Percentage Timer

CT4 Series Percentage Timer

The CT4 Series percentage timer is designed for use in applications where a repetitive “on” time of a fixed cycle needs to be a variable.

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HQ4E Series 48 Percentage Reset Timers

HQ4 Series Percentage Timer

The HQ4 series 48 percentage timer is an accurate, economical, enclosed percentage timer designed for use in applications where a repetitive ON time of a fixed cycle needs to be variable. Ideal for irrigation controls, chemical feeding, program temperature controls, electric heaters, ovens, motor control and Lubrication systems.

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HQ9 Percentage Electronic Timers

HQ9 CYCL-FLEX Percentage Timer

The HQ9 percentage timer offers accurate, efficient control for many industrial applications. These include motion control, electric heaters, ovens, program temperature controls, chemical feeding, and lubrication systems.

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Commonly Asked Questions About Percentage Timers


What is a percentage timer?

Percentage timers are repeat cycle timers that output continuous on-off cycles based on the percent of time selected by the user. Percentage timers are field-adjustable and provide flexibility for applications that require repetitive cycle times.

How do percentage timers work?

Percentage timers continuously switch equipment on and off based on a motor-driven cam that closes a switch for a percentage of the total cycle time. The operator selects the desired interval. As long as the motor is receiving power, the percentage timer will continue operation.

Eagle Signal percentage timers are continuous ON-OFF control devices commonly used in irrigation systems.

Percentage timers operate by a synchronous motor-driven cam that closes a snap action switch for a percentage of the total time cycle. Users can adjust settings while the timer is in operation. Adjust the setting of the pointer to change the relationship of the switch transfer point at zero and desired interval. As the progress pointer passes zero, the load switch transfers. Percentage timers continue to operate as a repeat cycle timer as long as power is supplied to the motor.

Percentage Timer Characteristics

  • Pump controls
  • Food processing
  • Material handling
  • Packaging
  • Plastics manufacturing
  • Irrigation timers
A103 Elapsed Time Indicator
  • CT4 Percentage Timer

    CT4 Series Percentage Timer

    The CT4 Series percentage timer is designed for use in applications where a repetitive “on” time of a fixed cycle needs to be a variable.

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  • HQ4 Series Percentage Timer

    HQ4 Series Percentage Timer

    The HQ4 series 48 percentage timer is an accurate, economical, enclosed percentage timer designed for use in applications where a repetitive ON time of a fixed cycle needs to be variable. Ideal for irrigation controls, chemical feeding, program temperature controls, electric heaters, ovens, motor control and Lubrication systems.

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  • HQ9 Series Analog Percentage Timer

    HQ9 CYCL-Flex Percentage Timer

    The HQ9 percentage timer offers accurate, efficient control for many industrial applications. These include motion control, electric heaters, ovens, program temperature controls, chemical feeding, and lubrication systems.

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Electro-Mechanical Timers

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  • Electro-Mechanical Timers

    Electro-Mechanical Timers

    With Minimal electrical components, Eagle Signal Electro-Mechanical Timers provide long-lasting, fixed timing controls in industrial applications.

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  • Electronic Timers

    Electronic Timers

    Eagle Signal electrical timers are ideal for industrial applications that require feedback/output control functions.

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  • Percentage Timers

    Percentage Timers

    Eagle Signal percentage timers are continuous ON-OFF control devices commonly used in irrigation systems.

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  • Model 90 Miniature Pneumatic Electronic Timer

    Other Timers

    Electronic, Electro-mechanical, and percentage timers are the most common types of Eagle Signal industrial timers. However, we offer other timers and relays that don’t fall into the categories mentioned above. Below, you will find more information on Eagle Signal pneumatic timers, manual handset timers, time totalizers, and more!

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  • A103 Elapsed Time Indicator

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Commonly Asked Questions About Percentage Timers


What is a percentage timer?

Percentage timers are repeat cycle timers that output continuous on-off cycles based on the percent of time selected by the user. Percentage timers are field-adjustable and provide flexibility for applications that require repetitive cycle times.

How do percentage timers work?

Percentage timers continuously switch equipment on and off based on a motor-driven cam that closes a switch for a percentage of the total cycle time. The operator selects the desired interval. As long as the motor is receiving power, the percentage timer will continue operation.