Mechanical In-Wall Timers

In-Wall Mechanical Timers

The KM2 Series Electromechanical In-Wall Timers replace standard wall switches (toggles) and provide automatic control of outdoor or indoor lighting, fans, pumps, office machines and other types of circuits. Captive trippers are easy to set and cannot be lost. Seventy-two trippers provide up to 36 ON/OFF events in 24-hour period. Three-way OFF/AUTO/ON override switch provides continuous ON or OFF positions. The timers feature easy wiring and installations.

E1010

The E1010 and E1020 Heavy-Duty In-Wall Time Switches are ideal for turning on lights, fans, pumps, and other heavy duty loads for energy savings, security and convenience. The timer provides up to 12 ON and 12 OFF operations per week.

KM2

KMS2T-1G

The KM2 Series Electromechanical In-Wall Timers replace standard wall switches (toggles) and provide automatic control of outdoor or indoor lighting, fans, pumps, office machines and other types of circuits. Captive trippers are easy to set and cannot be lost. Seventy-two trippers provide up to 36 ON/OFF events in a 24-hour period. Three-way OFF/AUTO/ON override switch provides continuous ON or OFF positions. The timers feature easy wiring and installations.

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