Pioneer DT-400 user manual

Pioneer DT-400 Digital Timer


Little more than a fancy alarm clock, the program timer turns on an A/C power outlet at a pre-selected time. This is handy for recording radio broadcasts at a time when you cannot be present to start the recording yourself. Many Pioneer tape decks have built-in support for the program timer in the form of a stand-by feature that kicks the tape deck into record mode on power-up. Available 1979, 1980 and 1981, $100. Controlled by mains line frequency with high accuracy +/- 1s / month. (more in manual)


Model: Pioneer DT-400 Digital Timer
Country of origin: Japan
Manufacturer/Brand: Pioneer Corporation; Tokyo
Year: 1979/1980
On market: 1979/1980/1981

Valves / Tubes: Semiconductors (the count is only for transistors) Integrated circuit present.
Power type and voltage: Alternating Current supply (AC) / 120; 220; 240 Volt 50 / 60 Hz
Relay switched 2x Power out

Material: Metal case, Aluminium fascia
Shape: Table model with Clock (Alarm)
Dimensions (WHD): 7 x 0 x 0 inch / 178 x 0 x 0 mm
Other: Fluorescent display tube, 50/60 Hz switch, two switched AC outlets, made in Japan. Clock +/- 1 sec/moth

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