TIMER INSTRUCTIONS

Resetting your X-10 timer.

The information below will help guide you to resetting your X-10 timer. Please make sure that the battery indicator light on your device in not lit before editing or adjusting timer settings. If you fail to change the battery first you may loose the information if the timer comes up-plugged or you loose power. If you have any problems please call our office at 937.885.7587

  • Slide selector switch (top left button) to Set Clock.
  • Use triangular TIME keys to set the current time making sure the PM Light is on if appropriate.
  • Slide selector switch (top left button) to RUN (normal operation).
  • Slide selector switch (top left button) to Program Review.
  • Press ON on rocker switch labeled 1-5 (displays programmed “on” time).
  • Press OFF on rocker switch labeled 1-5 (displays programmed “off” time).
  • Slide selector switch (top left button) to RUN (normal operation).

  • Slide selector switch (top left button) to Program Review.
  • Press ON on rocker switch labeled 1-5.
  • Press the CLEAR button twice (“on” time(s) are now cleared, clock should read 00:00).
  • Press OFF on rocker switch labeled 1-5.
  • Press the CLEAR button twice (“off” time(s) are now cleared, clock should read 00:00).
  • Slide selector switch (top left button) to RUN (normal position).

  • First clear the “on” or “off” time you wish to change (see instructions above).
  • Slide selector switch (top left button) to Program Set.
  • Use triangular TIME keys to set the desired “on” time, making sure the PM Light is on if appropriate.
  • Press ON on rocker switch labeled 1-5 (the “on” time has now been programmed).
  • Use triangular TIME keys to set the desired “off” time, making sure the PM Light is on if appropriate.
  • Press OFF on rocker switch labeled 1-5 (the “off” time has now been programmed).
  • Slide selector switch (top left button) to RUN (normal position).

  • During normal operation, ensure timer is in the RUN mode & the SELECTOR switch is set to the 1-5 position.
  • In RUN mode, the lights can be manually turned “on” & “off” by pressing ON & OFF rocker switch labeled 1-5.
  • The timer must be plugged in in order for it to send a signal to the transformer, which in turn, activates the lights.
  • The 9V battery allows the timer to be unplugged and moved without losing programmed data. (Should be changed when battery Sentinel Light appears in bottom right corner of clock.)
  • If the unit displays “18:88”, refer to “To Clear a Previous On or Off Time” above & follow the instructions.
  • Some systems have multiple transformers where each transformer controls a separate lighting zone. The timer is equipped with 4 identical ON & OFF rocker switches, which are located side by side.
  • Each transformer is then connected to its own ON & OFF rocker switch. This allows one to program each lighting zone differently.
  • If the unit does not respond (i.e. – the lights don’t go on & off when programmed) try moving your timer to another location in the house and manually turning the transformer(s) on with the grey switches you programmed before. There may be some interference blocking the signal.
  • You may also want to make sure the G.F.I. (ground fault outlet) is in working order where the transformer is plugged into. G.F.I. May need to be reset if it gets any moisture in it.

TIMER INSTRUCTIONS

Resetting your X-10 timer.

The information below will help guide you to resetting your X-10 timer. Please make sure that the battery indicator light on your device in not lit before editing or adjusting timer settings. If you fail to change the battery first you may loose the information if the timer comes up-plugged or you loose power. If you have any problems please call our office at 937.885.7587

  • Slide selector switch (top left button) to Set Clock.
  • Use triangular TIME keys to set the current time making sure the PM Light is on if appropriate.
  • Slide selector switch (top left button) to RUN (normal operation).
  • Slide selector switch (top left button) to Program Review.
  • Press ON on rocker switch labeled 1-5 (displays programmed “on” time).
  • Press OFF on rocker switch labeled 1-5 (displays programmed “off” time).
  • Slide selector switch (top left button) to RUN (normal operation).

  • Slide selector switch (top left button) to Program Review.
  • Press ON on rocker switch labeled 1-5.
  • Press the CLEAR button twice (“on” time(s) are now cleared, clock should read 00:00).
  • Press OFF on rocker switch labeled 1-5.
  • Press the CLEAR button twice (“off” time(s) are now cleared, clock should read 00:00).
  • Slide selector switch (top left button) to RUN (normal position).

  • First clear the “on” or “off” time you wish to change (see instructions above).
  • Slide selector switch (top left button) to Program Set.
  • Use triangular TIME keys to set the desired “on” time, making sure the PM Light is on if appropriate.
  • Press ON on rocker switch labeled 1-5 (the “on” time has now been programmed).
  • Use triangular TIME keys to set the desired “off” time, making sure the PM Light is on if appropriate.
  • Press OFF on rocker switch labeled 1-5 (the “off” time has now been programmed).
  • Slide selector switch (top left button) to RUN (normal position).

  • During normal operation, ensure timer is in the RUN mode & the SELECTOR switch is set to the 1-5 position.
  • In RUN mode, the lights can be manually turned “on” & “off” by pressing ON & OFF rocker switch labeled 1-5.
  • The timer must be plugged in in order for it to send a signal to the transformer, which in turn, activates the lights.
  • The 9V battery allows the timer to be unplugged and moved without losing programmed data. (Should be changed when battery Sentinel Light appears in bottom right corner of clock.)
  • If the unit displays “18:88”, refer to “To Clear a Previous On or Off Time” above & follow the instructions.
  • Some systems have multiple transformers where each transformer controls a separate lighting zone. The timer is equipped with 4 identical ON & OFF rocker switches, which are located side by side.
  • Each transformer is then connected to its own ON & OFF rocker switch. This allows one to program each lighting zone differently.
  • If the unit does not respond (i.e. – the lights don’t go on & off when programmed) try moving your timer to another location in the house and manually turning the transformer(s) on with the grey switches you programmed before. There may be some interference blocking the signal.
  • You may also want to make sure the G.F.I. (ground fault outlet) is in working order where the transformer is plugged into. G.F.I. May need to be reset if it gets any moisture in it.

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