P.O. Box 368, Union, NJ 07083-0368, 908-687-7810, 800-327-2443, Fax: 908-687-8860

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DIGITAL "ASTRONOMIC" TIMER FOR LOW VOLTAGE LIGHTING SYSTEMS

This timer was designed to activate low voltage lighting transformers, lights, motor driven devices, fountains, etc. It calculates the time for dusk and dawn for every day of the year. Devices can be turned on and off at specific times of the day or at sunrise/sunset. Automatically adjusts for daylight savings time.

Features:

  • Up to 20 ON/OFF settings.
  • Individually selectable active days.
  • Astronomic timing feature calculates dusk and dawn for each day of the year. Can be selected by one of 5 groups: Northern USA, Central USA, Southern USA, Alaska & Northern Canada, and Hawaii & Puerto Rico.
  • Sunrise and sunset times can be offset by a desired time period.
  • Automatically adjusts for daylight savings time, or not, as necessary.
  • Easy to read liquid crystal display.
  • 3-prong grounded male plug.
  • Dual timed receptacles go on and off simultaneously. One on the left and the other on the bottom of the timer.
  • Manual ON/OFF button for immediate override
  • Digital timing accuracy to one minute per year. The time of day can be programmed to the second for synchronizing multiple transformers on a property.
  • Rechargeable battery backup, in case of power failure. The time and program will be retained for 3 months of when fully charged.
  • Works with CFL (Compact Fluorescent Lamp) and LED (Light Emitting Diode) loads.
  • Can be programmed while unplugged and taken to a job site.
  • CSA Approved for the USA and Canada.
  • Operation instructions in English, Spanish, and French.

Packaging & ordering details:

Paige Model Dimensions (inches) Qty
per case
Shipping Weight
(pounds per case)
Width Height Depth
270457Z 3-¼ 3-¼ 1-¼ 4 per case, 24 per master carton 4.5

Technical Data

  • 120VAC, 60 Hertz
  • 15 Amps* (1800 Watts) resistive
  • 960 Watts* tungsten
  • 1/3 Horsepower*

* Total for the combined load on both receptacles at 120VAC