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Intermatic

Model ET8015C

Internet #203954908

30 Amp 7-Day SPST 1-Circuit Astronomic Time Switch

$123.74 /each
  • Multi-volt operation
  • Astronomic feature eliminates need for separate devices
  • Astro programming can be combined with independent programs

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The ET8000 Series 7-Day Astronomic Time Switches by Intermatic feature independent 7-day programming to provide flexibility for applications where load switching differs each day of the week. They provide dependable and uncomplicated performance plus to-the-minute programming for accurate load control and reduced energy costs. Up to 56 set points (28 on/28 off events) can be preset to automatically repeat. Each event can be applied to any combination of circuits and days. Each circuit is provided with an independently scheduled Astronomic ON event and Astronomic OFF event. All models come with 2 industrial grade AAA alkaline batteries to provide time keeping and automatic carryover for a minimum of three years. The batteries are easily replaced. Each time switch is housed in a lockable enclosure to protect from vandalism and unauthorized tampering.

  • Multi-volt operation
  • Astronomic feature provides sunset on and sunrise off settings to eliminate the need for separate photo control devices
  • Astronomic programming can be combined with independent programs to provide a sunset on and timed off program
  • Non-volatile EEPROM memory protects programming indefinitely
  • Temporary override or permanent manual override available via control buttons
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I have three separate set of lites to turn on and off..... Is that possible

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April 20, 2016
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This timer can control multiple lights as long as their total power is below the maximum rating of the timer.
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Yes, this will work with 3 separate set of lights.
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how does it know when to shut off and turn on. Do I put in zip code or some location info.

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December 4, 2014
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Yes, they ask you (in the setup) and you enter NORTH (for Michigan) or wherever your State falls in the little map you see there.
Also, you can leave it alone and it will follow the sun thru the seasons.
Or you set, say, the sunset as the actual time (as listed for the date on many sites on the Internet), then deduct 30 minutes to allow for any dark, stormy afternoons. So, if the listed sunset time for
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Yes, they ask you (in the setup) and you enter NORTH (for Michigan) or wherever your State falls in the little map you see there.
Also, you can leave it alone and it will follow the sun thru the seasons.
Or you set, say, the sunset as the actual time (as listed for the date on many sites on the Internet), then deduct 30 minutes to allow for any dark, stormy afternoons. So, if the listed sunset time for Dec. 04 is 17:02 (or 5:02 PM), you set it for 4:32 PM (16:32) so the lights come on 30 mins before the actual sunset!
You can do same for the sunrise...
It is a lot simpler than it sounds :-)
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