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How do i program the noma 8815-0 timer

How do I program the 1 button non photocell older 8815 timer

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SOURCE: lost instuctions to program Model N1560 Noma outdoor timer

Use the top button to adjust the current time & then push the bottom button once to save. Next is the time you want the lights to turn on & push bottom button once to save. The last setting is the time you want the lights to turn off. Don't forget to use the . (period) indicator for the pm setting. (I had the same problem and had to search the net to find someone else who had posted the instructions.)

Posted on Dec 14, 2008

SOURCE: instructions for NOMA N1507 timer for programming -pls.

N1507 manual:
http://waterheatertimer.org/pdf/N1507-programmable-outdoor-timer-manual.pdf

Add a comment and let me know if these instructions are accurate

Posted on Dec 05, 2010

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SOURCE: need instructions for setting Globe

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.

Posted on Dec 05, 2010

SOURCE: How do I program a Noma N1506 timer?

All Woods timers and manuals
ttp://waterheatertimer.org/Woods-timers-and-manuals.html

N1506 manual:
http://waterheatertimer.org/pdf/Woods-49122-N1506-manual.pdf

N1506 is heavy duty outdoor timer with display screen.
Plug timer in and display flashes C.
Set current time: press Time button once and display shows 1 am
Keep pressing time button until current time with am pm displays.
Dot in lower right corner corresponds to pm hours.

To set timer program:
Press Mode button, display flashes P
Press Time button until desired ON time displays.
Press Mode button again and display flashes E
Press Time button until desired OFF time displays
When programming is finished, press Mode button and display shows current time.

To reset timer, unplug timer for 10 seconds and re-program timer.
Timer must be reset after power outage. Display will warn by flashing C.

Plug lights into timer.
If lights have a switch, switch must be on.
For manual override, press Mode button, and display shows O and lights will be ON until next program change.
To use timer function, press Mode button until current hour displays.

Posted on Dec 12, 2010

SOURCE: i lost my instruction on how to programe my noma

Noma is Woods timers.
See all Woods timers and manuals
http://waterheatertimer.org/Woods-timers-and-manuals.html
Add a comment any time

Your timer could be Woods/Noma N1502
http://waterheatertimer.org/pdf/Woods-N1502-manual-english.pdf
Coleman 2001
http://waterheatertimer.org/pdf/Woods-2001-49647.pdf
Woods 13660
http://waterheatertimer.org/pdf/Woods-13660.pdf
Woods 59730 yard stake:
http://waterheatertimer.org/pdf/GE-15107-outdoor-timer-manual.pdf
Coleman/Woods 13547 yard stake
http://waterheatertimer.org/pdf/Woods-13547.pdf

Posted on Dec 13, 2010

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I bought a utilitech three outlet outdoor timer and cannot get it to set. Now I cannot seem to find the instructions that came with it. Where can I download the instructions?


I bought one also but am taking it back today as I am not satisfied with the performance and the internal battery dies losing all programming. The instructions below are word for word from the manual but not all that clear. Since I can't post the diagram from http://www.thencc.com/westinghouse/LS/Instruction/T28499_TimerManual.pdf (if I can post links here), I substituted words in the "Set Mode" section instead. This is for the Utilitech 0149289 model and also applies to the Westinghouse and Stanley equals. Good luck.

3-Outlet Photocell
HEAVY DUTY OUTDOOR TIMER
Tri-Mode Digital Timer
3-Wire Grounded Outlet and Plug
6 in (15cm) AWG 14/3 SJT vinyl cord
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INITIAL USE:
Before initial use, please plug in your timer for at least 1 hour to charge the internal battery. After the LCD display appears, your unit will be ready for programming.

RESET:
Press the "+" and "-" buttons at the same time to reset your timer. This will clear all programmed settings.

SET CURRENT TIME:
Press and hold the "TIME" button to enter the current time. First, set the day of the week: press "+" or "-" button to set today's day.

Press the "TIME" button to enter the hour setting. Press the "+" or "-" buttons to set the current hour. Be sure that AM or PM appears correctly.

Press the "TIME" button to enter the minute setting, Press the "+" or "-" buttons to set the current minute.
Press the "TIME" button to finish setting the current time and return to normal display.

SET MODE:
Press & hold the "MODE" button to scroll between the different Mode settings:

Display Mode Explanation
Digital Timer On/Off at your exact
programmed times (Picture of clock inserted here)
Photocell Countdown Timer On at Dusk or On immediately,
Off after 1-12 hours (Picture of what looks like half sun on horizon)
Digital Timer + Photocell On at Dusk, Off at your exact
programmed times (Combined picture of clock and half sun on horizon)

SET PROGRAM:
After choosing your mode, set the timer program by holding the "PROG" button for 3 seconds, and then follow the appropriate section below.

SET PROGRAM: DIGITAL TIMER
The first setting is "PROG 1 ON" which should appear on the screen. Set the desired day of the week setting for your timer using the "+" or "-" button to scroll between choices. You can select each day individually, Monday to Friday, Saturday/Sunday, or the entire week. To have your timer turn On/Off at the same times every day of the week, be sure to push "+" until all 7 days of the week are lit up for both PROG 1 ON and PROG 1 OFF.

Press "MANU" to enter the "PROG 1 ON" hour setting. Press the "+" or "-" to choose the desired hour for your timer to turn ON. Be sure to cycle through until AM or PM appears correctly.

Press "MANU" to enter the "PROG 1 ON" minute setting. Press the "+" or "-" to choose the desired minute for your timer to go on.

Press the "PROG" button to enter the "PROG 1 OFF" setting. Repeat steps 2 & 3 to set your desired Off time.

You may now either press the "PROG" button to enter additional programs (up to 8), or press the "TIME" button (or wait 15 seconds) to store your program. Your timer will now show the current set time and is ready for use.

SET PROGRAM: PHOTOCELL COUNTDOWN TIMER
The first setting is "PROG 1 ON". Set the desired day of the week program by pressing the "+" or "-" buttons. You can select each day individually, Monday to Friday, Saturday/Sunday, or an entire week. To have your timer turn On and Dusk and Off at the same time every day of the week, be sure to push "+" until
all 7 days of the week are lit up for both PROG 1 ON and PROG 1 OFF.
Press "MANU" to enter the hour setting. Press the "+" or "-" to set:
Display Explanation
d Dusk to Dawn - On at sundown, Off at sunrise
d:01 to d:12 On at Dusk, Off 1 to 12 hours later
S:01 to S:12 On immediately, Off 1 to 12 hours later

You may now either press the "PROG" button to enter additional programs (up to 8), or press the "TIME" button (or wait 15 seconds) to store your program.
Your timer will now show the current set time and is ready for use.

SET PROGRAM: DIGITAL TIMER + PHOTOCELL

The first setting is "PROG 1 OFF". Set the desired day of the week program by pressing the "+" or "-" buttons. You can select each day individually, Monday to Friday, Saturday/Sunday, or an entire week. To have your timer turn On and Dusk and Off at the same time every day of the week, be sure to push "+" until all 7 days of the week are lit up for both PROG 1 ON and PROG 1 OFF.

Press the "MANU" button to enter the "OFF" time hour setting. Press the "+" or "-" to set. Be sure to cycle through until AM or PM appears correctly.

Press the "MANU" button to enter the "OFF" time minute setting. Press the "+" or "-" to set.

You may now either press the "PROG" button to enter additional programs (up to 8), or press the "TIME" button (or wait 15 seconds) to store your program. Your timer will now show the current set time and be ready for use.

MANUAL OVERRIDE:
Press the "MANU" button to choose the timer status:

Display Explanation
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I need to find instructions for my westinghouse timer model 28499 directions


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