Defiant SunSmart 8 Amp In-Wall Digital Timer-49820 at The Home Depot
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Model # 49820

Internet # 203687964

Store SKU # 1000015589

SunSmart 8 Amp In-Wall Digital Timer

Defiant SunSmart 8 Amp In-Wall Digital Timer

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$49.97 / each
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Model # 49820

Internet # 203687964

Store SKU # 1000015589

This Motion Sensing In-Wall Timer is perfect for both security and safety. The motion sensor sends a signal to the timer when motion is detected to turn on your lights, then the timer counts down automatically to turn off. Programming your timer using the daylight adjusting technology allows you to easily set the timer for sunrise and sunset times to your local area all year round.

  • White and light almond faceplates included
  • Works with incandescent, CFL and LED
  • Light adjustment to save energy, adjustable timeout feature
  • Requires neutral wire

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Amperage (amps)  Assembled Depth (in.)  1.87 in 
Assembled Height (in.)  4.14 in  Assembled Width (in.)  2.38 in 
Certifications and Listings  1-UL Listed  Color Family  White 
Color/Finish  White  Electrical Features  Programmable 
Electrical Product Type  Timer  Indoor/Outdoor  Indoor 
Manufacturer Warranty  1 Year Limited Warranty  Returnable  90-Day 
Style  Digital  Timer Type  In-Wall 
Voltage (volts)  125  Wall Plate Included  No 
Wattage (watts)  1250 


Rated 2.5 out of 5 by 4 reviewers.
Rated 1 out of 5 by Don't Purchase Sensor does not pair to the indoor switch located only 5 ft. away! This is a waste of time install that results in a return to HD. Purchased new batteries to work with the sensor, which resulted in a FAIL message when pairing. Product should be pulled from the stores. September 12, 2014
Rated 2 out of 5 by Pairing Problem I agree with ElectrEngineer. Same problems, but mine might be related to pairing. Although sensor is only 15' from switch, pairing is lost within a few hours/days and must be reinitialized before sensor communications will work. This is with new batteries. My next step is to install sensor about four feet from switch and three feet above light. September 3, 2014
Rated 2 out of 5 by Avoid if looking for an occ sensor I wanted a cheaper solution than Lutron's LRF2-OCRB-P-WH and Lutron MRF2-6ANS-WH, to satisfy the following specification: -Required: Wireless, battery operated sensor Single pole light switch that takes signal from the wireless sensor Switches on when sensing motion Switches off when does not sense motion for an X amount of time -Optional: Disregard motion and turning on if enough ambient light present Unfortunately this unit works much better when programmed to turn on/off at pre-programmed times, than an as occupancy/vacancy sensor. I followed the manufacturer's installation and programming instructions, but for some reason it does not sense the motion well enough to turn on, neither does it effectively count-down to time off (light stays on). I hope that these flaws are not due to mis-programming or other user error, otherwise this might be more difficult to program than a VCR. In the instructions, the manual mentions that the motion sensor, while in Auto mode (its normal mode) " only at night. When motion is detected, this motion triggers timer to turn on for the programmed countdown time you set on the timer." What's vague about this statement is what considered to be "night." Is it the time after the "dusk" and before "dawn" times? If so, my occ sensor is useless during day time, even if the space is underlit. It does not appear that the sensor has an ambient light sensor. My recommendation to Defiant is to keep things simple - get rid of time zones, day light savings, programmable on/off schedules - only keep the wireless PIR that's sensitive and adjustable, also add an ambient light sensor too. The industry is moving away from time clocks - Defiant should too. March 15, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Keeping the existing outdoor light fixture Found this by accident at Home Depot while shopping for some security lighting fixtures. This product saves me from having to buy a new motion activated wall-mounted outdoor light on my porch. It didn't take me long to install it. I also like the separate external 180 deg.sensing range motion sensor, which I am going to install it near the front door to also cover the driveway. I am not sure how long the batteries will last in the remote motion sensor but not a big issue for me. I am concern with mounting the motion sensor outside as it does get cold out here in Denver during some cold winter days. Too bad this one doesn't come with a version for three-way switch, which would be good for my exterior garage lights. Hope the manufacturer will come out with a three-way version with exterior motion sensor. March 1, 2014
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