Question about Intermatic Hardware & Accessories
Intermatic part numbers are WG 733-1 and WG 430-3
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2) The suffix, -1 and -3 are not important.
3) WG733 is 208-277 Volt clock motor, normally found on sprinkler timer or T1900 series. WG430 is 120Volt clock motor normally found on T1400 series.
4) T103 timer is stock 120Volts, but can be changed into different voltage timer by changing clock motor.
Posted on Jan 22, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Posted on Aug 23, 2009
nuetrals go under the same terminal, power in goes on the LINE terminal, power out goes on the LOAD terminal, pull out disk gently and set to time of day and release back in, set on/off settings and turn on power. make sure the manual leaver is on the OFF position for timing mode to work.
Posted on Dec 02, 2009
SOURCE: How do I wire an
The T-103 has a 120Volt clock motor
From there, the wiring can go two directions depending on your Load voltage (load is the fan, light or motor that timer turns on-off)
Here is a link that shows exact wiring:
When wiring the T-103, steps 1-2-3 are true for 120V or 240V installation:
1) A white Neutral wire is always connected to terminal A (Neutral wire connects to Neutral busbar in breaker box)
2) A black Hot wire is always connected to terminal 1 >> this hot wire can come from 120V or 240V breaker
3) Black wire going to Load (fan, light, motor) is always connected to terminal 2
The following step is true for 120V Load
4) if Load is 120V, then white wire from Load connects to terminal A
The following steps are true for 240V Load
5) Only the neutral wire connects to terminal A as described in (1
6) The second Black hot from breaker box (240V has 2 hot wires) connects to terminal 3
7) The second White going to Load connects to terminal 4
Here are 2 more links that show how 120V and 240V circuits are wired
Posted on Oct 22, 2010
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