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I need a light timer that I can set to be on for 50 minutes and off for 10 minutes, and repeat this over a 24 hour period.

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Another timer that can be set this way is the Intermatic ET9000 series commercial programmable 365 day timer, which accepts any voltage, and rated 20-30 amp, and has 4000 set points for programming.
http://waterheatertimer.org/pdf/Intermatic-ET90000-Series-Spec.pdf

Another timer series might be useful, and can be programmed by computer and has small relays that install on a card that is installed in computer like installing a modem card, and can interface with zigbee wireless:
http://www.francisav.com/relay_controllers.htm

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I have a new Tork 1102 timer 240V. It works dial rotates clicks on and off but loses four hours in a 24 hour period what is wrong.


The timer motor is syncronous and meant to run on 208-277 Volt, 60 cycles per second. It appears that you have 50 cycle current running it, which would result in a 4 hour loss in every 24 hour period. There is no adjustment for this.

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I need a night light timer that I can set to be on for 50 minutes and off for 10 minutes and repeat this every hour for 24 hours.


1) If you have programmable timer, then it would require 24 ON and 24 OFF settings, with down-to-the minute programming.
1 ON for each hour.
1 OFF for each hour.
Following link shows Grasslin 50-60 Hz 230Volt din rail timer with 50 memory slots. 16 amp at 230 volts
http://waterheatertimer.org/pdf/talento_371_372_371_mini_plus_data.pdf

2) If you have 24 hour mechanical timer with dial, it would need 24 ON trippers and 24 off trippers with down-to-the minute schedule.
No timer has that capability.

3) There is C8800 series cycle timer. 120-240Volt 60Hz for US market. 20 amp at 120volts, or 20 amp at 240Volt. Chose 1 hour cycle, then insert 100 trippers and leave 20 blank spaces.
http://waterheatertimer.org/pdf/027-C8800-sprinkler-cycle-timer.pdf

4) There are percentage cycle timers.
For example CT2000. Rated 120Volts 60 Hz for US market.
http://waterheatertimer.org/pdf/CT2000_sell-sheet-with-wiring.pdf
Select 1 hour cycle, and 16% or 84% percentage to choose ON or OFF

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Timer that has a 20 minutes interval up to 1 hour


More information is needed.
For example, a) what voltage timer is needed, b) what Load are you controlling and c) how does timer mount?

Easiest solution is 60 minute repeat cycle timer.
Timer knobs are adjusted, or the timer dial rotates once per hour and 20 minute timing cycle repeats each hour. The cycle repeats 24-7-365.
If you want the cycle to operate certain hours of the day, another 24 hour timer can be installed in-line.

1) Tork 8600 cycle timer, or Tork ACT percent cycle timer
http://waterheatertimer.org/Tork-timers-and-manuals.html#8000
https://www.grainger.com/Grainger/cycle-timers/timers/electrical/ecatalog/N-8hbZ1z0q55s
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2) Intermatic CT2000 percent cycle timer, C8800 cycle timer
http://waterheatertimer.org/pdf/025-Talento-121-cycle-timer.pdf
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3) For din-rail mount, Intermatic Talento 121 cycle timer
http://waterheatertimer.org/Intermatic-timers-and-manuals.html#cycle

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The manual timer in the picture has 120 minutes on it . the discription says it's a 240 minute timer. what is it?


Timer is not identified.
Add a comment with in-focus photo of timer posted on flickr, or describe all details about the timer for possible help.

240 minute timer could be a cycle timer that repeats timing cycle each 4 hours.

Tork 8000 series cycle timers have 6 minute to 1 hour
http://waterheatertimer.org/Tork-timers-and-manuals.html#8000
Intermatic cycle timers range from 10 minutes to 4 hours
http://www.intermatic.com/products/ec%204%20layer/mechanical%20time%20switches/specialty%20time%20switches/c8800%20short%20range%20cycle%20timers.aspx
Adjustable cycle timers, percentage cycle timers have variable time settings that span 1 to 24 hours.
http://waterheatertimer.org/Paragon-timers-and-manuals.html#JW
http://www.grainger.com/Grainger/wwg/search.shtml?searchQuery=cycle+timer&op=search&Ntt=cycle+timer&N=0&sst=subset

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How to set a GE outdoor timer product ID 51587 ?


GE 51587 has same instructions as Tork 601A single-outlet outdoor 24-hour mechanical timer.
http://waterheatertimer.org/pdf/Tork-601A-Manual.pdf

Plug timer into outdoor outlet.
To set current time, rotate dial clockwise until current time lines up with arrowhead located on inner dial.
Dial is divided into light and dark sections that represent day or nighttime hours.
Reset time after power outage.

96 pins located around timer dial are used to set on-off times.
Each pin represents 15 minutes in 24 hour day
Move pins in-or-out with fingernail or pen to set timer on-off functions.
With GE timers, usually when pins are out, timer is ON.
When pins are in, timer is OFF.

Set multiple ON/OFFs each day.
Timer repeats every 24-hours.

Manual ON/TIMER switch located on inner dial.

Set override to timer for program to operate.
To override time and turn on Load, move override to ON position.

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I didn't get any instructions with my timer. It is a tork 601A I don't know how to set it. I think it looks great and just what I'm looking for. The case was sealed but no instructions. Thanks J Seel


Tork 601A outdoor timer manual:
http://waterheatertimer.org/pdf/Tork-601A-Manual.pdf

Timer has 1 125Volt receptacle located on bottom of timer

96 captive tabs located around timer dial allow times to be set each 15 minutes.
Move pins in-or-out with fingernail or pen to set timer on-off functions.
Minimum time setting is 15 minutes.
Maximum time setting 23 ¾ hours.
Set multiple ON/OFFs each day.
Timer repeats every 24-hours.

Dial is divided into daylight and nighttime hours.
Nighttime PM hours are on dark background.
Daylight hours are on light background.

To set timer, rotate dial clockwise until current time lines up with arrowhead located on inner dial. Reset time after power outage.
Manual ON/TIMER switch located on inner dial.
To override time and turn on Load, move override to ON position. To use timer functions, move override to TIMER position

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Need instructions for setting Globe outdoor timer photocell model one button on/off #16UL/PC-24222


Use the on/off button to cycle through in the following order:

F = off

0 = on

1-9 = Number of hours unit stays on after detecting 15 seconds of low light

R = Random. After detecting low lux for 15 seconds, unit will select random number of hours to stay on. Will repeat randomization cycle in 24 hrs

d = On from dusk til dawn

1.-9. = (number followed by period) On now and will shut off after the indicated number of hours elapses.

Neat little timer. Have fun with it.

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I want a programmable timer that can, eg, switch on a single phase electric motor for 10 seconds every hour. It may be 9 secs or 11 secs.


You need a programmable interval timer.

http://waterheatertimer.org/Intermatic-timers-and-manuals.html#ET70
Intermatic and Tork make digital timers with interval settings that can be set for specific short-duration with 1 minute minimum.
(Or set to pulse bell ringing with 1-127 seconds.
10 minutes is 600 seconds)
For example ET70115 single-channel timer.
The timer would be set for 24-hour operation, and then programmed for Pulse, and then set timer with 24 programs, with 1 program for each hour.

Mechanical cycle timers from Intermatic:
http://waterheatertimer.org/Intermatic-timers-and-manuals.html#cycle
1) Talento 1 hour cycle timer/ each tripper represents 1.25 minutes
2) Model C8835/ each tripper represents 15 seconds.
To operate these timers certain hours of the day, add another timer in-line.
The in-line timer could be digital, but remember digital timers are not protected from power surge and tend to have more problems, and do not have replaceable clock motors and trippers.

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Hello I lost my instructions for theej351c, can you help?


1. Move control lever to OFF-CLEAR for at least 5 seconds; red indicator light will go
off, and all previous time settings will be cleared from memory. (If timer fails to set, leave in off
position for 15 minutes.)
2. Move lever to ON. RED INDICATOR will start FLASHING.
3. Check a clock; then rotate time dial clockwise at least one click, stopping at the half
hour nearest to present time. NOTE: When rotating time dial, do NOT accidentally PRESS at
the same time. (While rotating dial, keep pressure, pulling out on the dial to avoid accidentally
setting an incorrect time.)
4. Press pushbutton once to enter present time. RED INDICATOR will go OFF, present
time has now been recorded.
5. Rotate time dial clockwise to desired ON time; RED light will PULSE momentarily
with each click.
6. Press pushbutton to enter ON time; controlled light(s) will turn on.
7. Rotate dial to desired OFF time.
8. Press pushbutton to enter OFF time; controlled light(s) will now be off.
9. Repeat Steps 5-8 for each addition ON/OFF period.
10. Continue to rotate time dial for at least 24 hours from the first ON time to complete
this program, at which time the RED INDICATOR light will come ON and stay ON,
indicating timer is in AUTOMATIC mode. NOTE: Dial does not rotate automatically
after setting to indicate time of day.

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I have an MTD8 timer, that fits into my main electrical board


MTD8 Timer - Instruction manual

1. This timer has a total of 8 ON / OFF programs.

2. MANUAL ON / AUTO / MANUAL OFF for easy setting.

3. Switchable 12 / 24 hour mode.

4. 16 timer combinations are available as follows:

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

Sunday

Mo, Tu, We, Th, Fr, Sa, Su

Mo, Tu, We, Th, Fr, Sa

Mo, Tu, We, Th, Fr

Mo, We, Fr, Su

Mo, We, Fr

Tu, Th, Sa

Mo, Tu, We

Th, Fr, Sa

Sa, Su


Initial operation:

1. When the timer is first connected to mains power, it will take up to 12 hours to charge the internal battery.

2. The settings can be defaulted by depressing the R (reset) button.


Setting Current Time.

1. Press the C+ (clock) button and hold, then simultaneously press the W+ (week) button until the actual day is displayed. Continue by pressing the H+ (hour) or M+ (minute) button until the current hour or minute is displayed. When setting, the W+, H+ and M+ buttons can be held down for rapid forward counting.

2. Release both buttons. The weekday and time will be set according to your selections.

3. To set incorrect time (etc.) repeat the settings.


Settings for programs:

1. Press the Timer button (Clock) and release. The first ON setting can now be made.

2. Press the W+ button to set the day or blocks of days. Select the ON time by pressing the H+ button and then the M+ button.

3. Press the Timer button (clock symbol) again to finish the first ON setting and enter into the first OFF setting. Repeat step 2 to set the first OFF setting.

4. Press the Timer button again to finish the first OFF setting and enter into the second ON setting. Repeat steps 2 and 3 to program the remaining settings.


When setting block dates, the ON and OFF times apply to all dates in the block.

I.E. Selecting block Mo, Tu, We, Th, Fr, Sa, Su and setting ON to 10:00 and OFF to 16:00 means that the selected times automatically apply to all the indicated days in that block.


Specifications: 230Vac 50 or 60Hz. 16A Inductive load. 20A Resistive load.

Battery backup >100 hours. Accuracy: +/- 1 minute per month. Temp: -10 to +40 deg C.

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