I had written a BLOG ENTRY last week about another project that I have been working on.  I finally got around to making an improved probe bracket for my Zone VI Compensating Developing Timer.  Seems the original prototype has been in constant service for more years than I like to remember and it was time for a few improvements in the design.  And since, as with most any machining project, it is just as easy to make several than just one, I have a few extra brackets.  I will offer these remaining brackets for sale, until they are all gone.   I would not count on ever making any more either, so if you want one, speak up now.

Here is a description of what I have.  This is a bracket used to hold the Zone VI Compensating Developing Timer metal probe to the edge of a tray.  I have used this design on every tray we have, from stainless steel to most plastic trays.  It has always fit without any trouble.  The bracket holds the probe vertically and neatly against the edge of the tray and out of the way.  Take a look at the photos.

The bracket body is machined from a solid block of Acrylic, measures 2” x 1.75” and is 0.50” thick.  The clamping screw is made of Type 316 stainless steel with a knurled Actel thumb wheel.   The binding end of the clamping screw is covered with a soft vinyl cap and an extra vinyl cap is included.


NOTE:  Zone VI had two different diameter probes that came with the timer.  My older main timer has the original 3/16” (0.1875”) OD probe.  The newer models came with a 1/4″ (0.250”) OD probe.  The brackets I have are drilled for the 3/16” probe, but if you need the larger diameter, I can drill the bracket if you like.  Please measure your probe to be sure of a correct fit.


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