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According to Intermatic conversion chart, Tork 1191 is same as Tork 1101.
Link to 1101 .pdf
Link to Tork manuals
Tork 1101 is dial-type mechanical timer. Dark pins turn OFF. Light pins turn ON.
Clock motor is 120V
Hot black wire from breaker connects to pole L
Neutral white wire from breaker connects to pole X
Removable bridge connects poles L &1 together
If bridge is gone, Hot from breaker must also connect to pole 1
Black wire to Load connects to pole 2
White wire to Load connects to pole X
Timer can control 240V Load if removable bridge between poles L and 1 is taken out.
Timer clock is still 120V: so 120V Hot still connects to pole L and neutral from breaker connect to poles X
240 V circuit has two hot lines: Hot line 1 and Hot line 2
240 volt Hot line 1 from breaker connects to pole 1
240 volt Hot line 1 to load connects to pole 2
240V Hot line 2 goes directly to Load and does not connect to any pole
Posted on Oct 04, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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