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Model # 49823

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20 Amp 60-Minute In-Wall Spring Wound Timer with White and Almond Wall Plate

  • Counts down to shut off lights and appliances (up to 60 minutes)
  • Replaces standard switch or older springwound timer
  • Helps cut energy costs and keep your home safe
$ 15 97

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Product Overview

  • Counts down to shut off lights and appliances (up to 60 minutes)
  • Replaces standard switch or older springwound timer
  • Helps cut energy costs and keep your home safe
This spring wound timer counts down to shut off at the desired time, up to 60-minutes. It can help you reduce energy costs by reducing the operation time of lighting, exhaust fans, heaters or pumps. No neutral wire is needed for installation.

Product Overview

  • Counts down to shut off lights and appliances (up to 60 minutes)
  • Replaces standard switch or older springwound timer
  • Helps cut energy costs and keep your home safe
Model #: 49823
Sku #: 1000015594
Internet #: 204209953

This spring wound timer counts down to shut off at the desired time, up to 60-minutes. It can help you reduce energy costs by reducing the operation time of lighting, exhaust fans, heaters or pumps. No neutral wire is needed for installation.

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Ratings (63) (250) (661) (72)
Wattage (watts) 2500 1800 1800 1800 W
Timer Type Mechanical Digital Digital Digital
Voltage 125 volt 120 volt 120 volt 120 volt
Indoor/Outdoor Indoor Indoor Indoor Indoor
Amperage (amps) 20 15 15 15 A
Electrical Features Programmable,Wall Plate Included Indicator Light,Programmable Programmable Programmable
Mounting Type In-Wall In-Wall In-Wall In-Wall
Compatible Bulb Type CFL,Incandescent,LED CFL,Incandescent,LED CFL,Incandescent,LED CFL,Incandescent,LED
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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
2.25
Product Height (in.)
4.25
Product Width (in.)
1.75

Details

Amperage (amps)
20
Color Family
White
Color/Finish
Light Almond or White
Compatible Bulb Type
CFL,Incandescent,LED
Electrical Features
Programmable,Wall Plate Included
Electrical Product Type
Timer
Indoor/Outdoor
Indoor
Maximum time setting (min.)
60
Mounting Type
In-Wall
Rating
General Purpose
Returnable
180-Day
Timer Type
Mechanical
Voltage
125 volt
Wattage (watts)
2500

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
UL Listed
Manufacturer Warranty
1 Year Limited Warranty

Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
2.25
Product Height (in.)
4.25
Product Width (in.)
1.75

Details

Amperage (amps)
20
Color Family
White
Color/Finish
Light Almond or White
Compatible Bulb Type
CFL,Incandescent,LED
Electrical Features
Programmable,Wall Plate Included
Electrical Product Type
Timer
Indoor/Outdoor
Indoor
Maximum time setting (min.)
60
Mounting Type
In-Wall
Rating
General Purpose
Returnable
180-Day
Timer Type
Mechanical
Voltage
125 volt
Wattage (watts)
2500

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
UL Listed
Manufacturer Warranty
1 Year Limited Warranty

Questions & Answers

Is the timing of this switch independent of the wattage of the device timed by it? For instance s...

Is the timing of this switch independent of the wattage of the device timed by it? For instance some electronic timers will not work at all with a very small bulb.
Asked by: Bob
This is not an electronic timer, it is a mechanical one. "Spring wound". It's right there in the title. So it uses no voltage and doesn't care what type of voltage passes through it. It is like any other switch... it's either on or off--open or closed. You twist it to open it (i.e turn it "on") and it slowly un-winds back tot he off position. They make these in different time length... though Home Depot does not sell them. 15 min, 30 min, 1 hr, etc. So, depending on your specific application, you may want to choose a different lenght. I use these in attics, basements, laundry rooms, sheds and other places where you don't want to accidentally leave the lights on since you don't go into them very often--or places where other people control the lights (i.e. tenants). If tenants don't pay the light bill they tend to leave lights on all the time. By installing a timer switch you eliminate the possibility and lower you electricity usage--and extend the life of your bulbs.
Answered by: Jared
Date published: 2019-03-29

Can you hear the unit ticking?

Can you hear the unit ticking?
Asked by: Patrick
Yes it is very faint though.
Answered by: Al
Date published: 2019-03-27

Can this be switched off manually before the set time has elapsed?

Can this be switched off manually before the set time has elapsed?
Asked by: brainfarts
Yes. But it is not good--for any spring wound timer like this--to be spun backwards. So I would recommend just letting it turn off by itself if you want it to last. The same is true for appliance timers--like washers and dryers--though most people don't know it. If you miss your cycle when setting your washer or dryer it is better to spin the dial clockwise all the way back around than the spin it back to the left. One of the reasons for premature timer failures is using it incorrectly like that.
Answered by: Jared
Date published: 2019-03-28

Is the clock powered? can this be used for low voltage or DC

Is the clock powered? can this be used for low voltage or DC
Asked by: Scott
This is not a clock. It is a spring wound (i.e. mechanical) timer switch. And as all switches of all types do--it either allows current to pass through--or it doesn't--depending on whether the switch is on or off. So, the type of voltage passing through the switch does not matter. The switch is either open or closed--on or off. And as a mechanical / spring wound timer switch, it uses no voltage whatsoever. You twist it (on) and it slowly unwinds back to the off position. Like a cooking timer.
Answered by: Jared
Date published: 2019-03-28
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