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Timer, 120V, 15A, , 1000W, Digital, White

LEVITON

Price: $36.45 / each

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  • Item # 6PFY4
  • Mfr. Model # LT112-10W
  • UNSPSC # 39121523
  • Catalog Page # 448
  • Shipping Weight 0.45 lbs.
Country of Origin ChinaCountry of Origin is subject to change.

Technical Specs

  • ItemTimer
  • TypeIndoor Lamp and Appliance
  • Min. Time Setting1 min.
  • Max. Time Setting7 Days
  • Max. On/Off Cycles50/day
  • Voltage120
  • Watts1000
  • Amps15
  • HP @ 120V1/2
  • Type of SwitchDigital
  • Receptacles1
  • Receptacle Type5-15R
  • ColorWhite
  • Length (In.)3-3/4
  • Width (In.)2-3/4
  • Depth (In.)1-3/4
  • StylePlug In
  • Battery TypeCR2032
  • FeaturesRandom Settings, Astronomical Clock, Daylight Savings Auto Adjust
  • StandardsUL/NOM
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Plug-In Timers
Compact timers plug into standard receptacle. Include manual On/Off override.
UL Listed and CSA Certified.
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Rated 3 out of 5 by 2reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Worked like a dream.Have it programed to come on every 15 minutes and run for 1 minute.Use two timers to allow this to happen over a 24 hr period, 7 days a week.Required to use two timers as you can only set each timer to do 50 events in a 24 hr period.Excellant product, set them up once and they work week after week. May 12, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by This timer has very bad directions!!! I've input delays, set programmers for kilns and it took me several tries to set this timer. I need to reset this timer weekly, so difficult. I'm returning this product for something else. September 20, 2013
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The answer depends on your load, wiring and breaker size. This timer has a 1000w rating. 80% of a 15a circuit is 1,440w. 80% of a 20a circuit is 1,920w. If you fully load the timer, only 1 timer per circuit can be used.

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Yes, actually have two on same power strip.
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The 1 minute minimum time setting suggests it's possible with this timer. However, for 10 minutes on and 10 minutes off you will use 3 event settings per hour which will exceed the 50 settings available for the 24 hour period.

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I am asking this as I want to use the timer in a non heated area and figure the battery won't last long in the cold?
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According to the manufacturer, the battery is just for back up power. They do also state that the operating temperature range for this timer is 0°F to 104°F. This timer uses a CR2032 battery. According to the manufacturer of Grainger item 2HYJ1, a lithium battery, it has an operating range of -4°F to 130°F.

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According to the manufacturer, the minimum time setting is 1 minute; therefore, this timer can be set for 2 minutes per hour.

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