Question about Intermatic Hardware & Accessories
Hi and welcome to FixYa, I am Kelly.
This timer is used to control a solenoid.
The connection diagram is here:
On the bottom of the terminal block there are 4 terminals. (Terminal one to the left)
Input power WHITE - connects to Common and the Clock connection
Input power BLACK - connects to the Line connection
Solenoid power - connects to the Clock (White) and Line (Black) connection.
Input power if it has a solid copper wire would also connect to the Ground.
All power connections for this timer must comply with National Electric Codes year 2005 and after.
If you have a rain sensor it will connect to the 2 terminal block and uses the timers 24 VAC output to power the rain sensor.
Posted on Nov 14, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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