The Kaiser Electronic Exposure Timer is the perfect device for processing your prints in the darkroom with ease. It is compatible with nearly every enlarger and supports up to 500W electricity load. An exposure timer is an indispensable device in the darkroom and provides precise timing for print exposures so you have full control over your image development. The concept of the device is rather simple, it switches your enlarger on and off to start and stop exposure as you require. The timer is connected to the main power supply and the enlarger is plugged into the timer so the timer controls the power to the lamp at all times. In contrary to many mechanical exposure timers, this timer is fully digital which results in extremely accurate timing, time after time.
The amber colored 2-digit display of the Kaiser Electronic Exposure Timer is large and easy to read even with the safety lights turned on. The clear timing display helps you to make instant judgements, allowing you to have better control over your print exposure.
The timing can be adjusted anywhere from 0.1 to 9.9 seconds in 0.1 second increments or from 1 to 99 seconds in 1 second increments. Whenever required, you can interrupt the countdown and resume from the same point.
Controlling the Kaiser Digital Timer using the large push buttons is quite easy. The intuitive layout helps you make the adjustments effortlessly and an eye-catching red button allows you to start and stop the operation.
Dimensions: approx. 100 x 75 x 152mm (3.9 x 3 x 6 in.).