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Part Description:
****DISCONTINUED ITEM**** REPLACED BY ET90215C

Technical Description: 
365/7 DAY, ASTRONOMIC; MAXIMUM NUMBER OF OPERATIONS 400 PER WEEK; 2 CIRCUIT(S); (2) SPDT, MOMENTARY SWITCH

UPC:  07827502380


Retail Price:  $458.93 / ea
Your Price:  $431.51 / ea

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Product Overview
Untitled Next Generation Timeswitch

These electronic time switches provide to-the-minute programming for 7-day or full year load control for reduced energy costs. Flexible load control is enhanced by Astro, Pulse and Interval options as required for outdoor lighting control, bell ringing and after hours temporary override respectively. A non-volatile memory maintains all programmed switching times for the life of the time switch. A factory installed field replaceable lithium battery maintains accurate time keeping and calender information for a minimum of 8 years. Transient protection for up to 6,000 volts is provided by the power board. These time switches are housed in a lockable steel NEMA 1 enclosure.

Frequently Asked Questions
Q: What can I do with my Next Generation timer and the new Daylight Savings Time (DST) change?
A: If your Next Generation timer was manufactured before May 2002 you will have to disable the DST feature and manually change the time in the spring and fall. If your timer was manufactured between May 2002 and November 2006 there is a DST upgrade kit available to replace the EEPROM chip with the 2007 DST dates. Keep in mind that 2007 is a test year and the dates may revert back to the old dates next year. Be sure to retain the chip the kit replaces in case you need to reinstall it. If your timer was manufactured since November 2006 it has the 2007 dates already installed. If the dates revert back in 2008 you will have to change the chip next year.

 
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