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- Min. Time Setting5 min.
- Max. Time Setting30 min.
- Max. On/Off Cycles1
- HP @ 120V1
- Type of SwitchMechanical
- ColorWhite, Ivory, Light Almond
- Length (In.)4-1/8
- Width (In.)2-3/8
- Depth (In.)1-1/2
- StyleWall Switch
- Number of Gangs1
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The black wire goes to 120vac hot, the white to 120vac neutral, the green to ground, and the blue goes to the load. This could be a heater, motor, light or whatever. The load will be supplied with 120vac.
Also, since this is a 20amp device, it has to be wired using #12 wire.
The load cannot be more than 1000watts resistive (light bulbs or heaters), or 20amps. And the motor cannot exceed 1 horsepower.
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