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GE 15 Amp Backyard Power Outlet with GFCI and 24-Hour Mechanical Timer-DISCONTINUED
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Discontinued GE

15 Amp Backyard Power Outlet with GFCI and 24-Hour Mechanical Timer-DISCONTINUED

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GE 15 AMP Backyard Power Outlet with GFCI and 24-Hour Mechanical Timer. The unit comes fully assembled right out of the box cutting installation time. Great for controlling landscape lighting.

  • UL listed
  • 24-hour mechanical timer helps you activate power only when you need it
  • Heavy-duty G-90 galvanized steel casing resists corrosion damage
  • Cover design allows cords to exit while maintaining NEMA 3R integrity for outdoor use
  • Rolled edge door helps provide extra cord protection
  • Padlock provision helps prevent unauthorized access
  • Compact design saves space
  • Dark green finish

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Customer Questions & Answers

How many settings (on-off) can be programed in this timer,in a 24 hour period?

Asked by: Anonymous
Hi John, Being an analog timer (non digital) it allows one on setting and one off setting in a 24 hour period. If you need multiple settings I would recommend a programmable digital timer. Mike, The Home Depot Answer Man
Answered by: Jet1
Date published: 2015-11-07

I have an above-ground pool with an ionizer that I want to put on this timer. The pool pump is 12 amp. Will this work?

Asked by: Anonymous
Greetings, My name is Tom, also known as HD116 at Home Depot's How to Community found at the site above. I also have a pool and use a similar timer (although mine is hardwired) and you should have no problem using this model with a pool pump of only 12 amps. Hope that helps.
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2015-09-17

I will have 10 lights 7 WT each on this timer. How many amps should be my timer? thanks. - GE Power Outlet with 24 Hour Timer and 15 Amp GFCI

Asked by: Anonymous
Hi Ben - thank you for your question. I spoke with Blake the DIYGuy from our How-To Community and he says: 7 watts times 10 fixtures at 120V is a amperage draw of .58333Amps. This 15Amp rated timer is more than suitable. Hope this helps! -Bethany
Answered by: Anonymous
Date published: 2015-09-17
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