Need Recommendations for a Timer

Recommendations for buyers and upgraders from the site's members.
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javacrazed
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#1: Post by javacrazed »

I would like to buy a timer for my ECM/Rocket. I hate waking up and waiting an hour to pull a shot. What would the group recommend I look at??

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cafeIKE

#2: Post by cafeIKE »

The search page? "timer"

I like the Intermatic DT27

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Fullsack

#3: Post by Fullsack »

I've had good luck with the Intermatic DT620CL, lots of features.
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#4: Post by zin1953 »

cafeIKE wrote: . . . I like the Intermatic DT27
+1
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sweaner
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#5: Post by sweaner »

cafeIKE wrote:The search page?

search.php?keywords=timer&terms=all&aut ... t=0&ch=300

I like the Intermatic DT27
Ian, where in that search list is a post about recommended timers?
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cafeIKE

#6: Post by cafeIKE »

Bust Dan's chops... the parser doesn't. The search URL gets mangled

Try this. It was part way down on the search. :wink:
Timer Suggestion?

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Randy G.

#7: Post by Randy G. »

http://www.amazon.com/Amertac-TEO5W-Dec ... B000Z9DC7E

Has separate settings for individual weekdays, M-F, Sat+Sun, etc., has easy adjustment for daylight savings, manual override, and battery backup to save program during power outage. I liked mine so much I bought another as a spare.
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javacrazed (original poster)
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#8: Post by javacrazed (original poster) »

ok Randy I am going to try the Amertac..........

thanks everyone

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#9: Post by Ross Leidy »

I installed a wired 7-day timer from Tork that I got at Lowes. It has the benefit of being able to be wired for both 120 and 240, and the amps are high enough for commercial machines.
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stefano65
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#10: Post by stefano65 »

I used in my home the
Amertac TEO5W
I like the options of 7 different days/setting
what I don't like is the display hard to read if in closed in a cabinet/counter top
so if you manually turn it on or off is hard to see if you are putting it back on auto
but the clock seams precised

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