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Automatic Daylight Saving Time option. Control lamps, appliances, electronics and heaters. Sunrise, sunset, daily, weekday, weekend options. Large easy to read display. Displays current date and time. Grounded plug and receptacles.
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I Caught mine while it just started to fail and prior to smoking It woke me up in my bedr. I would have given these a four or five star review when I first bought these.
The year is now June I am going to copy in text below that is a comment I posted to a thread for a one star review about a person not verified as a purchaser posting a review here.
I tried multiple links. There review is title give what I just told you and to the best of my recollection “caught on fire”: I bought many Intermatic timers. They are all over my home.
This morning I woke up to a buzzing. It was apparent after some jostling that the relay in the timer may have gone, but it was on a power strip. I woke up an hour later and the buzzing came back. The timer was only hooked to a fraction of an amp transfomer that feeds an external hard drive which is normally off.
I removed the timer after the front panel would not respond, noticed it was hot and smelled of burning. Really good thing I was here. I travel and these are all over the house to control lights. Amazingly, there are many comments here that are incorrect. This timer is rated at 15A W resistive, 12A Inductive, and 8.
This information is right on the back of the timer. The comment below about the incandescent bulbs, while very interesting does not pass the stated threshold for your W lamp.
Yes, it is possible, if not likely that your cord got crimped and created a sort of resistive circuit in series. Also, plugs that corrode can create a hot spot This is because you are creating a resistive spot and via the corrosion across the plug interface. This is all a bit of a stretch, but it is possible that the circuit combined with the timer relay interface began to exceed the current draw and since the breaker did not throw, you had a bit of a heater circuit going and yes the resistance in all those other parts of the circuit heating up Finally, thank god or whomever you came down and stopped the horrible tragedy of a fire.
If I was away for weeks on travel I have had these fail on me over the years no not a dead battery, but rather a dead device.
The batteries seem to last about five years or so I am a little worried now about the faith I have put in these. Previously, I intermatci the worst would be that inhermatic would stop working Ibtermatic I am writing this I am going to go ahead and open it. If I find something revealing and different from inter,atic I have stated here, I will come back to follow this post.
Otherwise, please assume I am confirming my finding. So, please be advised.
I have had these devices for years And, in my case the external draw was negligible and no my small transformer is not shorted. That is normal operation. I have unplugged it, however, because this timer was also acting as a sort of switch in abeyance on the power strip. I am not sure whether I will remove timers throughout the house now.
But, I will lean towards chucking anything in question a lot sooner than trying to redeem one of these timers. General thought for the moment for others. Consider taking these out of service if you have owned them past five years. That is what I am now going to have to contemplate.