The accuracy specification applies for any combination of operating temperature and voltage.
For units with a timing range less than 1 second, add ±10 milliseconds to the ±10% tolerance.
 Transient and power loss specification are based on a maximum duty cycle of 1/50.
 EMI test limits will not be exceeded during the timing interval or when continuously energized
under steady state conditions, per paragraph 3.23, MIL-R-83726C.
 Terminals X1, X2 and Y1 must be connected together during the test. Dielectric withstanding
voltage and insulation resistance are measured at sea level between all mutually insulated
terminals and between all terminals and case.
 Recycle time is defined as the minimum time that power must be applied to the control
terminal to assure that the next timing cycle will be completed within the specified
timing tolerance. (Units can be recycled during timing or after time-out).
 A four digit number defines the time delay in seconds (or milliseconds).
The first three digits are significant figures, used to define the specific time delay.
The fourth digit represents the number of zeros to follow the first three digits.
Examples: - 1001 = 1 second (1,000 milliseconds)
- 2502 = 25 seconds (25,000 milliseconds)
- 5000 = 0.5 seconds (500 milliseconds)