Analog 24hr Recycling Timer

Analog 24hr Recycling Timer

Analog 24hr Recycling Timer


Precise cycle timer with day/night detection

Controls any application requiring a device to be turned on and off at precise intervals. This timer has a wide range of uses including controlling hydroponic pumps, CO2 injection, turning on and off exhaust fans, misters and more.

There is no programming required, it is easy to set and operate. The timer has adjustable ON time of 15 seconds to 5 hours and an OFF time of 15 seconds to 13 hours. Cycle timing is adjustable for operation during the day, night, or 24 hours.

Controls 120V pumps, fans, and more on a periodic repeat cycle
ON duration spans from 15 seconds to 5 hours
OFF duration spans from 15 seconds to 13 hours
Functions during the day, during the night, or 24 hours

This is an indoor timer, if installed outdoors, please protect it from the weather, and make sure to install it in such a manner that the photo cells will function or set it to 24 hour function.

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Analog 24hr Recycling Timer
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4 comments to Analog 24hr Recycling Timer

  • Raveendra Kolur

    Looking for timer. Which is required for melting furnace to follow sintering cycle.
    Plese contact xxx-xxx-xxxx

    • TCLynx

      I’m sorry, my timers are just simple plug in a 110 edison plug and set a repeat cycle, they can turn on/off something that plugs into them up to 15 amps based on the time you set on them.

      I do not know anything about special timers for furnaces or sintering cycles. I don’t know what they have to do with Aquaponics or hydroponics or growing food. My timers are generally used for turning on/off pump, lights, fans, or CO2 generators.

  • Mark

    is this 110V only or will it do 220V also?

    • TCLynx

      This is only for the 110-120 Volt systems. Where are you located is this for a place with 220 – 240 volt power scheme or are you trying to control a 220 Volt pump here in the USA? If this is for here in the USA we can probably sort out an appropriate relay to work with a timer for your situation.

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