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Velleman K8035 Multifunction Up/Down Counter Kit

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48-0756

Brand: Velleman MPN: K8035 EAN-13: 5410329080358
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This project kit from Velleman Contains everything required to build a multifunction up/down counter. When assembled the counter is a very practical unit that is ideal for a range of applications such as piece part counting, score-keeping, crowd tallying. Counting input is either by on-board push button or via external pulse input and the unit will count either up or down. Readout of count is via four 7-segment LED displays and the unit will display either units or time.


  • Time display in hh:mm and mm:ss
  • Internal oscillator for time measurement
  • Pre-settable value for countdown in decade or clock mode
  • Comes with easy board-to-wire connector with 200m of wire
  • Self-diagnostic test at power up
  • Comes with full assembly and operating instructions
  • Velleman type K8035

Please note: This is a self-assembly kit and requires soldering.

Counter input voltage3V to 12V DC
EQUAL output max.5V DC 50mA
Counting speed max.200/s (2/s with long debounce delay)
Maximum count9999/23h:59m/59m:59s
Power supply9V to 12V DC or transformer 2x 9V AC 300mA
Power consumption150mA
Dimensions125 x 75mm

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09 December 2011 Question by: Chris Hogg | Product code: 48-0756
Q. Can this board be set to count a set number of minutes, say between 1 and 10, giving an output for that period?
A. Hi Chris Thanks for your question. Our technical department have advised that this will not do what you are hoping unfortunately, If you need any further help please feel free to contact our technical department tech@rapidelec.co.uk

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