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Timer, Spring Wound

INTERMATIC

Price: $34.45 / each

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  • Item # 6X547
  • Mfr. Model # FF12HH
  • UNSPSC # 39121504
  • Catalog Page # 450
  • Shipping Weight 0.3 lbs.
Country of Origin TunisiaCountry of Origin is subject to change.

Technical Specs

  • ItemSpring-Wound Timer
  • Timing Range0 to 12 hr.
  • Contact FormSPST
  • HP @ 120V1
  • HP @ 240V2
  • Load Capacity @ 125V (Amp)20 (Inductive)/7 (Tungsten)
  • Load Capacity @ 250V (Amp)10
  • Load Capacity @ 277V (Amp)10
  • Hold FeatureYes
  • Faceplate ColorSilver
  • FitsSingle-Gang Box
  • KnobPlastic

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the FF12H and FF12HH seem identical except for hold feature

the later is priced a few dollars more without it, what does it do ?
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You are correct. The only difference between the FF12H and the FF12HH is the hold feature. Quoted from Intermatics’ catalog, “The ‘hold feature’ allows the user to override the automatic shut-off function for extended use of the load as required.”

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According to the manufacturer, the hold feature closes the contacts, energizing the load, and remains in that state until manually turned off.

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