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GPS Lightlock 1800-Watt Twist Lock Digital Timer
0864426000101

Discontinued GPS Lightlock

1800-Watt Twist Lock Digital Timer

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The GPS Lightlock is a fully automatic astronomical timer which gets a time synchronization and Earth position from the GPS Satellite system. It switches outdoor lights at a consistently more opportune time than can be done with photo controls and programmable timers. The GPS Lightlock is the logical replacement when photo controlled timers are replaced every 2.5 -3 years. New LED lighting lasts for 15 years or more, your outdoor light controller should last at least as long, saving as much as 30% in maintenance costs.

  • World's only patented control with onboard GPS - it knows where it is and when it is
  • No site specific settings required, fully automatic and always immune to power outages, time zones, time changes, clouds, rain, smoke, snow, sandstorms, birds and overgrown trees
  • GPS Lightlock knows when and where it is anywhere in the world
  • For all outdoor lighting technologies
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Rated 3.0 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by It's a timer which you never have to program. This is a timer like any other except that it's completely "plug & play" in that there are no user settings and it's fully automatic as soon as you power it up and also following power outages. Manual on/ off are used with timers all the time and that's very simple. For an astronomical timer, this is the best value on the market. Add in the fact that it never needs programming or babysitting and it's a steal at this price. October 22, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Not practical If there is another reason it gets dark early like smoke or clouds from a storm how do I turn it on early to still have a lighted area? Wouldn't a timer with manual on off work better? Not to mention cheaper August 25, 2015
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