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PCS SimpleWorx Sunrise Sunset Timer

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SKU: PCSWXSST
$102.95

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Scheduled & Remote Control For A Plug-In Device

With a built-in astronomical clock, the SimpleWorx Sunrise Sunset Timer allows you to put one plug-in 120VAC device on one of 10 pre-programmed daily schedules. The connected device is also remotely controllable with up to eight SimpleWorx transmitters and locally controllable with the timer's manual override button.

10 Preset Schedules

  • #1: On: SUNRISE, Off: SUNSET
  • #2: On: SUNSET -30 Min, Off: SUNRISE +30 Min
  • #3: On: SUNSET, Off: MIDNIGHT
  • #4: On: SUNSET, Off: 10:00 PM
  • #5: On: SUNSET, Off: 2:00 AM
  • #6:
    • On: SUNSET, Off: MIDNIGHT
    • On: SUNRISE -30 Min, Off: SUNRISE
  • #7:
    • On: SUNSET, Off: MIDNIGHT
    • On: SUNRISE -60 Min, Off: SUNRISE
  • #8:
    • On: SUNSET, Off: MIDNIGHT
    • On: 6:00 AM, Off: SUNRISE +30 Min
  • #9:
    • On: SUNSET, Off: 10:00 PM
    • On: SUNRISE -60 Min, Off: SUNRISE +30 Min
  • #10:
    • On: SUNSET, Off: 10:00 PM
    • On: SUNRISE -30 Min, Off: SUNRISE +30 Min

Every day, the timer calculates the appropriate times for SUNSET and SUNRISE settings, giving you precise scheduled control over the connected load. The timer's broad astronomic options cover Northern and Southern latitudes from 0-60° and Eastern to Western Longitudes from 66-125° , as well as 135 and 165° for Alaska and Hawaii. The timer also automatically adjusts for Daylight Savings Time and Leap Year.

Calculates Daily Dusk/Dawn Times For

  • 0-60° for North and South latitudes
  • 66-125° East to West longitudes
  • 135 and 165° for Alaska and Hawaii

The timer plugs into a power outlet, and your 120VAC device plugs into the timer. Programming your desired schedule is simple. It only takes the push of a button to choose the schedule and time zone, and to view location latitude and longitude as well as Daylight Savings Time.

Easily Setup and Review

  • Schedule
  • Time Zone
  • Daylight Savings Time
  • Latitude and Longitude
  • Time Clock Settings

The timer includes a 40 Amp relay capable of 100,000 relay cycles. This relay features an on-board temperature sensor that automatically turns off the timer at 185° F in order to prevent overheating failures. The sensor automatically resets the timer once it returns to 167° F. Any damage to the timer caused by overheating is protected by a 10-year warranty.

In the event of a power outage, the timer's non-volatile memory saves programming indefinitely. When power is restored, the timer resets to its last state. The timer's heavy duty 125mA battery also protects the factory set clock for 10 years.

About SimpleWorx

SimpleWorx is a revolutionary digital point to points control system that cost-effectively provides basic on/off lighting control. SimpleWorx is powered by SPC (Simple Powerline Communication), a rock solid proven technology that offers efficient solutions for remotely turning lights on and off. SPC provides super reliable one-way control of lights and appliances using existing 120V wiring, and offers significant benefits above older powerline technologies or traditional Wired and RF solutions.

  • Manufacturer Part #: SWX-SST

Electrical

  • Power Requirements: Primary: 120 Volts AC, 50/60Hz Single Phase
  • Neutral Wire: Required
  • Channels: 1
  • Switch Load Types: Standard inductive loads up to 15A and incandescent loads up to 800W
  • Relay Lifetime: 100,000 on/off operations at full electronic ballast load
  • Max Load: 15 Amps at 120VAC 50/60 Hz
  • Standby Power Consumption: < 0.8 Watts
  • Environmental Conditions: Outdoor Water Resistant Use Only
  • Temperature: -40 to 140° F (-40 to 60° C)
  • Humidity: 10 to 90% RH (non-condensing)
  • Certifications: Safety tested for USA and Canada ETL tested to UL508; UL-508-2010CSA C22.2 #14-2010

Operation

  • Status LED Modes:
    • Red = Operation Mode
    • Blinking Green = Link Mode
    • Blinking Red = In Programming Mode
    • Blinking Orange = In Re-Schedule Mode
    • Slowly Blinking Red = Temperature Protection is Activated
  • During Power Outage: Retains all settings in Non-volatile EERPOM

Mechanical

  • Set Button: Button
  • Mounting: 3-pin grounded outlet
  • Dimensions: 3(L) x 2(W) x 1.55(D) inches
  • Weight: 0.3 ounces
  • Warranty: 10 years
  • US Patent No.: 6,734,784; 6,784,790; 7,265,654; 7,688,183. U.S. and foreign patents may be pending.

Mode Descriptions

  • Normal: Power Is applied to device
  • Link: Press and Hold Button for > 6 seconds
  • Link Exit: Tap while in LINK Mode
  • Programming Mode: 3 taps while in LINK Mode
  • Programming Mode Exit: Hold Button for 3 sec. while in PROGRAMMING Mode
  • Review Mode: 3 taps while in NORMAL Mode
  • Re-Schedule Mode: 4 taps while in LINK Mode
  • Clock Review Mode: 8 taps while in NORMAL MODE
  • Signal Strength Mode: 6 taps while in NORMAL Mode
  • Noise Strength Mode: 7 taps while in NORMAL Mode
  • Factory Default: 10 taps while in LINK Mode

LED Indicator Status

  • Red: Normal Mode Power Applied
  • Blinking Red: In Programming Mode
  • Blinking Green: Link Mode
  • Blinking Orange: In Re-Schedule Mode
  • Solid Green: Transmitting a SPC Message
  • Dark/Green: Test Mode
  • Pulses Green 1-16X: Same Phase/ Signal Strength Display Mode of a Receiver
  • Pulses Red 1-16X: Opposite Phase / Signal Strength Display Mode of a Receiver
  • Pulses Orange 1-16x: Relative Noise Strength at Receiver
  • Blinks Red 10x: Indicates that device has been factory defaulted
  • Slowly Blinking Red: Temperature Protection is Activated