7 Day Programmable Countdown Function Digital Timer
BND-60/SU88
PRODUCT
PRODUCTS VIEW
RND
-
+
OK
Rating:
125VAC,60HZ,1/2HP,TV-5
Max load:
15A Resisitive,8A Tungsten
DST
APPLICATIONS
Lighting
Heating systems
Cooling systems
Indoor sprinklers
Humidifiers
Nebulizers
Aquariums
Ventilators
WARNING
Electrical shock hazard
Use a grounded outlet
A.
Risk of injury or death
Follow local electrical codes
Risk of fire
For indoor use only
INITIAL SETUP
1. Remove sticker
Locate the tab at the top right of the sticker and pull to
remove sticker from face of screen.
2. Charge the internal battery
If the screen is blank, plug the timer into any outlet for
30 minutes to charge the internal battery.
CTD
3. Reset the timer
Press the “RESET” button on the left side of timer.
LCD will display all the icons for 2 seconds.
RESET
4. Unplug and program the timer
Charging the battery allows the programming and setup
of the timer to occur from the comfort of your chair !
B.
SET UP CURRENT DAY & TIME
-
RND
OK
+
(Fig.01)
DST
RND
-
OK
+
DST
(Fig.02)
RND
-
OK
+
DST
RND
(Fig.03)
-
OK
+
DST
(Fig.04)
RND
-
OK
+
DST
(Fig.05)
Example: Assume it is 7:30 AM Friday, please follow below steps to
set current day and time.
1. Press “MENU” button, CLOCK icon will display on the top right of the
screen. (Fig.01)
2. Press “OK” button, “MO” will flash, use “+/-” button to select the current
day of the week. Hold the button for 3 seconds to fast roll. In this case,
we select “FR”. (Fig.02)
3. Press “OK” button to confirm and hour will flash, use “+/-” button to adjust.
Hold the button for 3 seconds to fast roll. Make sure AM/PM is correct.
In this case, we set the hour to 7 with “AM” icon on its upper left. (Fig.03)
4. Press “OK” button to confirm and minute will flash, use “+/-” button to
adjust. Hold the button for 3 seconds to fast roll. In this case, we set the
minute to 30. (Fig.04)
5. Press “OK” button to confirm. (Fig.05)
Note: to set the clock once again at this stage, press “OK”button and
repeat Steps 2-5.
To set programs for the timer, please follow instructions in Chapter C.
To return to clock screen, hold “MENU”button for 3 seconds or more.
If no button is pressed within 1 minute, the unit will go back to clock
screen.
C.
SET PROGRAM
1. Press “MENU” button twice at clock screen and “
”
will be shown on the screen. (Fig.06)
Example: Assume you want to turn on a device every
day at 8:05 AM and turn it off at 9:00 PM, please follow
below steps.
(Fig.06)
2. Press “OK” button to set Program 1 ON. Day(s) of the
week will flash. Use “+/-” button to select desired day or
days.(Fig.07)
(Fig.07)
The options will show in below order:
MO TU WE TH FR SA SU
(every day of the week)
MO
TU
WE
TH
FR
SA
SU
MO TU WE TH FR (five weekdays only)
SA, SU (weekend only)
-:-Note: -: -- is an invalid option and if it is selected, you can press
“OK”button again to restart setting.
In this case, we choose the first option:
MO TU WE TH FR SA SU
3. Press “OK”button to confirm and hour will be flashing,
use “+/-”button to adjust.
Pay attention to AM or PM.
In this case, we set the hour to 8 with AM icon on its
upper left. (Fig.08)
(Fig.08)
4. Press “OK” button to confirm and minute will flash, use
“+/-” to adjust. In this case, we set the minute to 05. (Fig.09)
(Fig.09)
5. Press “OK” button to confirm and PROG 1 ON is now
correctly set.
(Fig.10)
6. Press “MENU” button and the screen will show 1 OFF.
(Fig.10)
7. Repeat Steps 2-5 to set PROG 1OFF. (Fig.11)
(Fig.11)
8. To set more programs, repeat above steps. Up to 16 programs can be set
for each day of the week.
9. When all desired programs are set, press “MENU” button to quit or hold
“MENU” button for 3 or more seconds at any stage to go back to clock
screen. If no button is pressed within 1 minute, the clock will be displayed.
10.To review or edit a particular program, locate it using “MENU”button and
press “OK” button to edit it.
11. To delete a particular program, locate it using
“MENU” button, then press “OK” button and set
the day to -: -- using “+/-” button.
12. Plug a device into the outlet of the timer. (Fig.12)
(Fig.12)
Note 1: The programs will not activate until the
following conditions are met:
A. The operating mode of the timer is set to AUTO.
B. No countdown program is running.
Note 2: If a countdown program has just run (see Chapter G) or the
operating mode is changed (see Chapter D), the current program will
be temporarily overridden.
D.
OPERATING MODES OF THE TIMER
Press MANUAL button at clock screen to select desired operating mode of
the timer.
Display of the modes cycles in below order:
OFF /AUTO OFF /ON /AUTO ON
Description of the modes:
OFF: Output is cut off and the programs are inactive.
ON: Output is constantly on and the programs are inactive.
AUTO OFF/AUTO ON: The timer runs in accordance with the programs
previously set.
The code of the ongoing program is shown on the screen. OFF indicates
that there is no output and ON indicates that there is output in the outlet.
E.
RANDOM FUNCTION
In the clock display screen, press and hold “–” button for 3 seconds or longer
to activate or deactivate the random function. The icon “RND” will show in the
clock display screen if the random function is active.
When the timer is working in AUTO mode and the random function is active,
the previously programmed ON and OFF times will be separately postponed
by 0-30 minutes.
Note: At least one set of ON/OFF program shall be set so as to activate
the random function.
F.
DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME (DST)
In clock screen, press and hold “+” button for 3 seconds or longer to shift
between summer time (with “DST” shown on the screen) and winter time
(without “DST” shown on the screen). “DST” will only show in clock screen.
G.
COUNTDOWN FUNCTION
1. Press and hold “CTD” button (on the left side of the timer) for THREE
seconds or more at any time (unless when a countdown program is running)
to set a countdown program. The screen shows
.
Once you reach this screen, the timer will be immediately shifted to
“AUTO OFF” mode and power output is cut off.
2. Use “CTD” button to set a desired countdown time. The screen display
cycles in the following order:
0:00→0:05→0:10→0:15…1:55→2:00
→3:00→4:00→…→11:00→12:00→0:00.
Hold the “CTD” button for 3 seconds or more to roll fast. Each push on the
“CTD” button will increase the value by 5 minutes with the countdown time
less than 2 hours and by 1 hour after the countdown time exceeds 2 hours.
3. Release the button and the countdown starts after 2 seconds. There will be
output in the outlet and the remaining time keeps flashing, the “CTD” icon
will be constantly shown till the countdown finishes.
4. The screen will go back to clock display when the countdown is over. The
timer is now in AUTO OFF mode.
5. When a countdown program is running, you can press “CTD”button to
terminate it and return to clock screen, the timer will be in AUTO OFF mode.
Note: When a countdown program is being set or it is running, functions
of the other buttons will be suspended.
H.
TECHNICAL DATA
If the timer does not turn on or off as programmed, please verify:
A. Whether the current time is correctly set with special attention to AM/PM;
B. Whether the programs are correctly set with special attention to day of t
he week and AM/PM;
C. Whether the programs are overlapped;
D. Whether the operating mode of the timer is set to AUTO.
E. Whether the random function is active.
F. Whether DST is active.
Customer Service Asstiance: 1-909-592-1881
Email: Support@centurytimer.com
Business Hours of Operation: 9AM to 5PM Pacific
time, Monday to Friday
Manufactured and Distributed by: Century Products Inc.
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