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Re: [APD] Timers
The Intermatic DT17C (or DT27C) can run up to 14 on/off
programs per day or 112 or 98 per week respectively.
Has battery back up and the batt easily will last a year or
two if the unit is plugged in most of that time.
Accepts a grounded-plug appliance and 15 amp load.
Cost about $20 on-line. They carry them at Homedepot; the
one near me is currently charging $19.95.
Sometimes can be gotten through amazon for less, sometimes
I've used a number of these and although the lcd screen is
small, they are easy to program, reliable and don't care if
the thunderstorm turned you power off for a while.
--- Reggie Bustinza <numbr_9 at hotmail_com> wrote:
> I'm looking for a sophisticated timer. I have a small
> paludarium set up and
> i'm using an ultrasonic humidifier with it to provide a
> cool mist and keep
> the emersed plants moist. However, I don't want to use a
> standard timer to
> control the mist; i'm looking for something that runs on
> an hourly cycle.
> In other words, I don't want it to be on for 12 hours and
> off for 12 hours.
> I want it to be on for 20 minutes then off for 40
> Does anybody know if such a timer exists and, if so,
> where I can get one??
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