Intermatic ET8015C - 7-Day Electronic Astronomic Time Switch - NEMA 1 Indoor Steel Case - 1 Circuit - SPST - 30 Amps - 120/208/240/277 Volt
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Intermatic ET8015C - Time Switch

7-Day Electronic Astronomic - NEMA 1 Indoor Steel Case - 1 Circuit - SPST - 30 Amps - 120/208/240/277 Volt

 
This Intermatic ET8015C 7-day electronic astronomic time switch automatically switches loads according to a preset weekly schedule with to-the-minute accuracy. The astronomic feature provides sunset ON and sunrise OFF settings to eliminate the need for separate photo control devices. The independent 7-day programming provides complete flexibility for applications where load switching differs each day of the week. Astronomic programming can be combined with independent programs to provide a sunset ON and timed OFF program.

Specifications

Stock Code:  ELEC-ET8015C
Part No.:  ET8015C
Voltage:  120/208/240/277
Battery Backup:  AAA Alkaline
Height:  7.75 in.
Housing:  NEMA 1 Indoor Steel
Number of Circuits:  1
Switch Rating:  See Spec Sheet
CA Title 24:  Compliant
Case Quantity:  6
 
 
Brand:  Intermatic
UPC:  078275089754
Amperage:  30 Amps
Width:  5 in.
Depth:  3 in.
HP Rating:  1HP / 2HP
Set Points:  14 On/Off Per Day Per Circuit
Switch Type:  SPST
CSA Listed:  Certified
 

Customer Reviews

Rated 5 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 5 out of 5 Heavy Duty Professional Grade I have installed nine of these timers to control parking lot lights, HVAC equipment, and large Christmas light displays. The battery backup and automatic adjustments for Daylight Saving Time work flawlessly. These timers are a nice alternative to installing light sensors when you use them to control lights you want to turn on/off at dusk/dawn. My only disappointment is the inconsistency in internal clock speed from unit to unit. At the end of a year, timers can be out of sync with one another by three minutes or more. Note: When power is cut to the timer, the line/load circuit automatically opens. Power must be on for the circuit to remain closed. January 13, 2012
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