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Re: [APD] timer
Fry's is on the web as Outpost:
They carry much of the Intermatic line in addition to
others -- Unfortunately there is very little descriptive
info on the website.
. --- Jerry Baker <jerry at bakerweb_biz> wrote:
> Ron Schulz wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > I'd like to also reccomend the Intermatic DT17C..
> It can handle 15A
> > and I have all my lights on one timer. Never have had a
> problem in 3
> > years. They run about $20-$25 at Home Depot. I also
> woud never use a
> > analog mechanical timer again.
> I don't know where to get them other than in California,
> but we have an
> electronics store called Fry's Electronics. I have seen
> some pretty
> sophisticated timers there. There was one that let you
> program in the
> location in degrees latitude and it would adjust the
> on/off period every
> day so that the lights come on at the same time relative
> to the
> sunrise/sunset at that latitude. So, if you have fish and
> plants from
> Central America you could program it for 13 degrees north
> latitude and
> set it for today's sunrise/sunset times. Your lights
> would then track
> the sunrise/sunset times that occur in Honduras.
> Next time I'm at Fry's I'll get a make and model number.
> Jerry Baker
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