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Can utilitech timer, 0154182, be located at ground level and must it be in an upright position?

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Don't put timer at ground level where it can get wet of covered with snow.
Otherwise will work in any position as long as photoeye turned away from lights.
http://waterheatertimer.org/Woods-timers-and-manuals.html#photo-eye

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SOURCE: Can you please provide instructions

What you are describing is a wall electrical box for a "Wwitch Loop". What this means is that the power source (Hot and Neutral) go to the light first. What the electrician has done is run a wire from the light in which one wire is the hot leg from the source and the other one is the "switched leg" which runs back to the light as controled on-off power to it. The only legitimate way to use this timer would be to replace the wire from the wall switch to the light with a 3 conductor cable (3 current carrying wires and a bare ground or green wire). This would allow you to bring the hot and neutral along with the controlled "switched leg" as this time requires a constant source of power for the timer itself. Don't be tempted to let someone tell you to use the ground wire as a neutral. It is not safe to do that.

Posted on Sep 30, 2010

SOURCE: I put in a Utilitech

Open following link for programming and wiring instructions:
http://waterheatertimer.org/Program-wire-Utilitec-LW60418.html

Yes, the timer can be programmed to turn on at 6am and off at 9pm all days of week.
The ground is not necessary for timer to function, however other wiring has to be correct, and white wire connects to neutral, black wire connects to Hot, and red wire connects to wire going to switch.
Timer replaces single-pole light switch only and cannot be used for 3-way switching.

Posted on Jul 19, 2011

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