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ET8000 SERIES

®

Electronic Astronomic 7-Day

Time Switches

With Battery Carryover

OWNER/INSTALLER INSTRUCTION MANUAL

ATTENTION: READ CAREFULLY BEFORE ATTEMPTING TO INSTALL YOUR INTERMATIC TIME

SWITCH. FAILURE TO COMPLY WITH INSTRUCTIONS COULD RESULT IN PERSONAL INJURY

AND/OR PROPERTY DAMAGE! RETAIN FOR FUTURE REFERENCE.

Specifications

TIME SWITCH INPUT VOLTAGE:

120/208/240/277 V.A.C., 50/60 Hz.

POWER CONSUMPTION: 6.0 Watts Max.

CONTACT CONFIGURATION: SPST model ET8015C, DPST model ET8215C, and SPDT model ET8115C SWITCH RATINGS: ET8015C & ET8215C (Per Pole) • 30 A Inductive/Resistive, 24/120/208/240/277 VAC, 60 Hz.

• 20 A Ballast 120-277 VAC 60 Hz.

• 20 A Resistive - 28 V DC • 5 A Tungsten 120/240 VAC 60 Hz.

• 1 H.P. 120 VAC 60 Hz.

• 2 H.P. 240 VAC 60 Hz.

SWITCH RATINGS: ET8115C (NO/NC) normally closed contact • 20A/ 10A Inductive/Resistive, 120/208/240/277 VAC, 60 Hz.

• 20A/ 10A Resistive - 28 VDC • 6A/ 3A Ballast 120-277 VAC 60 Hz.

• 1 H.P./ 1/4 H.P. 120 VAC 60 Hz.

• 2 H.P./ 1/2 H.P. 240 VAC 60 Hz.

• 5A/ 3A, 120/240 VAC Tungsten SET POINTS (EVENTS): 56 total (14 ON & 14 OFF plus 14 Astro ON & 14 Astro OFF). These set points can be programmed for any or all 7 days to provide for up to 224 set points each week.

BATTERY POWERED CLOCK OPERATION: 2 Years minimum (Two AAA industrial grade alkaline supplied with time switch) MIN. “ON” or “OFF” TIME: 1 minute.

MAX. “ON

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For use as a on/off timer in applications requiring 7-day astronomic load control such as lighting, heating, air conditioning systems, pumps, etc. Up to 56 (14 ON & 14 OFF plus 14 Astro ON & 14 Astro OFF) set points (EVENTS) can be preset. These set points can be programmed for any or all 7 days to provide for up to 224 set points each week. The program can be overridden by pushing the ON/OFF load override button(s).This time switch is designed to directly switch tungsten or ballast loads up to the time switch rating and inductive or resistive loads up to 30 amps at 120, 208, 240, or 277 volts.

Installation

WARNING: DISCONNECT THE POWER TO THE TIME SWITCH AND

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THE LOADS BEFORE INSTALLING THIS TIME SWITCH.

1. Remove the mechanism from the case by depressing the catch at the top of the case and pulling out. (See Figure #1) The timer is shipped set for 120VAC operation by means of a selector switch. To operate timer at 208, 240 or 277 VAC, move the selector switch to the appropriate setting, as marked on the circuit board (See Figure #2). The timer is shipped with Daylight Savings Time (DST) enabled. To disable this feature insert a jumper at location marked DST. The ET8215C timer is shipped with the loads set to be independently controlled (IND), the outputs can be changed to simultaneous or pulsed operation by moving the jumper to SIM or PUL respectively. (See Figure #3 and wiring diagrams.)

CAUTION: DO NOT TOUCH THE CIRCUIT BOARD COMPONENTS

SINCE STATIC DISCHARGE COULD DAMAGE THE MICROPROCESSOR.

2. Mount the time switch in the desired location using the three mounting holes that are provided. Mount the time switch at eye level, if possible, providing sufficient room to the left of the enclosure for the cover to swing open fully. (See Figure #4)

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5. Strip the supply and load wires by removing 1/2 inch of insulation. DO NOT USE ALUMINUM WIRE. (See Wiring Diagrams). Insert the wire ends under the proper terminal plates and tighten the screws firmly. Use AWG #10 through #18. Connect ground wire to grounding terminal at bottom of case.

6. Replace the plastic insulator.

7. Be sure that the batteries are functioning properly. This can be checked by making sure the display is visible. If the display has scrambled information, press the [RESET] switch. Note that the batteries can easily be replaced without removing the time switch mechanism or field wiring.

Simply press in and downward (in the direction of the arrows) on the battery cover. It is recommended that the batteries be replaced with two “AAA” industrial grade alkaline cells at two to three year intervals as part of the normal time switch maintenance observing battery polarity markings when installing. No other maintenance is required.

8. Apply power to the time switch.

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9. While pressing and holding the [ENTER] button press the [RESET] button. The display will now be flashing 12:00 A.M. and MON and is in the Manual mode. The time switch is now ready for programming.

Programming Steps By pressing the [MODE] button the time switch will cycle through the menus necessary for programming the current date, time, astro zone, astro events, and timed events.

Note: The Date and Time must be entered before any other menus will become available for programming.





MANUAL MODE Press the [MODE] button repeatedly until MANUAL appears in the upper portion of the display. While in this mode the time switch does not follow any programmed settings, but can be forced on using the [ON/OFF] load button(s).

DATE set Press the [MODE] button repeatedly until SET DATE appears in the upper portion of the display. Enter the current date using the [ ], [ ], and [ENTER] keys.

TIME set Press the [MODE] button repeatedly until SET CLOCK appears in the upper portion of the display. Enter the current time using the [ ] and [ ] keys. Press [MODE] to advance.

ASTRO ZONE set Press the [MODE] button repeatedly until SET ASTRO ZONE appears in the upper portion of the display. Select the proper astro zone using [ ] and [ ] keys (See Figure #5). Press [Mode] to advance.

Note: For multi-circuit clocks there are multiple Sunup and Sunset times allowing the user to use different offsets for the different loads if desired.

SUNUP set Press the [MODE] button repeatedly until SET SUNUP appears in the upper portion of the display. Set the sunup time(s) using [ ] and [ ] keys, the morning sunrise is automatically calculated by the timer. This time setting can be manually adjusted up to 2 hours (120 minutes) in either direction. Simply consult your local newspaper or weather report to determine the precise sunrise time in your area. Press [MODE] to advance. FIgure 4 SUNSET set Press the [MODE] button repeatedly until SET SUNSET appears in the upper portion of the display. Set the sunset time(s) using [ ] and [ ] keys, the evening sunset is automatically calculated by the timer. This time setting can be manually adjusted up to 2 hours (120 minutes) in either direction. Simply consult your local newspaper or weather report to determine the precise sunset time in your area. Press [MODE] to advance.

Note: For multi-circuit clocks there are Astro On and Astro Off events for each circuit.

ASTRO EVENTS set Press the [MODE] button repeatedly until SET ASTRO appears in the upper portion of the display. Set astro on events. To begin press the [DAY] button, the display will change to show SUNSET with all days active.

Pressing the [DAY] button cycles through different day selections. To remove / add single day selections press [ ] and [ ] at the same time while the cursor is over the desired day. To disable an event select --:-- -nil). Press [ENTER] to set next Astro event or Press [MODE] to advance to set Fixed event times.

FIXED EVENTS set Press the [MODE] button repeatedly until SET FIXED appears in the upper portion of the display. Set fixed event time(s). To begin press the [DAY] button, the display will change to show 12:00 with all days active, load(s) and ON@ showing. This is an On event. Pressing the [DAY] button cycles through different day selections. Pressing the [ON/OFF] load button(s) will toggle the load(s) in or out of the event. To disable an event select --:-- -nil). To clear an event, press [ ] and [ ] at the same time. Press [ENTER] to set next event up to 28 events or Press [MODE] to advance to the Auto run mode.

AUTO Mode Press the [MODE] button repeatedly until AUTO appears in the upper portion of the display. While in the Auto mode the time switch will follow the program that has been defined in the Astro events and Fixed events FIgure 5 menus, however the time switch can still be forced on using the [ON/OFF] load button(s).

NOTE: Events can be edited or reviewed by returning to the appropriate menu using the [MODE] button.

WIRING DIAGRAMS:

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LIMITED ONE YEAR WARRANTY

If within one (1) year from date of purchase, this product fails due to a defect in material or workmanship, Intermatic Incorporated will repair or replace, at its sole option, the unit free of charge. This warranty applies only to the original purchaser and is not transferable. The warranty does not apply to: (a) damage caused by accident, abuse, mishandling, dropping, acts of God, or any negligent use; (b) units which have been subject to unauthorized repair, opened, taken apart, or otherwise modified; (c) units not used in accordance with directions; (d) damages exceeding the cost of the product. Some states do not allow a limitation of damages, so the foregoing limitation may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may have other rights that vary from state to state. INTERMATIC INCORPORATED WILL NOT BE LIABLE FOR INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES. THIS WARRANTY IS IN

LIEU OF ALL OTHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES. ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING THE WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY AND

THE WARRANTY OF FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, ARE HEREBY MODIFIED TO EXIST ONLY AS CONTAINED IN THIS LIMITED

WARRANTY, AND SHALL BE OF THE SAME DURATION AS THE WARRANTY PERIOD STATED ABOVE.

This warranty service is available by either (a) returning the product to the dealer from whom the unit was purchased, or (b) mailing the product, along with proof of purchase, postage prepaid to the authorized service center listed. Please be sure to wrap the product securely when mailing to avoid shipping damage. This warranty is made by: Intermatic Incorporated,/After Sales Service/ 7777 Winn Rd., Spring Grove, IL 60081-9698/815-675-7000 http://www.intermatic.com



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