Electronic 4-Circuit Astronomic 365/7-Day Time Switch

Electronic 4-Circuit Astronomic 365/7-Day Time Switch
Electronic 4-Circuit
Astronomic 365/7-Day Time Switch
With 100-Hour Backup
MODELS ET2845C, ET2845CR, ET2845CP
Installation and Setup Instructions
WARNING Risk of Fire or Electric Shock
• Disconnect power at the circuit breaker(s) or disconnect switch(es) before installing or servicing.
• More than one circuit breaker or disconnect switch may be required to de-energize the equipment before servicing.
• For plastic enclosures, bonding between conduit connections is not automatic and must be provided as part of the installation.
• Installation and/or wiring must be in accordance with National and Local Electrical Code requirements.
• Use #14-#8 AWG wires, rated at least 105°C - COPPER conductors ONLY.
• If the power disconnect point is out of sight, lock it in the OFF position and tag it to prevent unexpected application power.
• Make sure there is no wire insulation under the terminal plate on the time switch connector. Firmly tighten terminal screws.
• For outdoor locations or wet locations (rain-tight), conduit hubs that comply with requirements of the UL514B (standard for fitting conduit and
outlet boxes) are to be used.
• Do not remove insulator that is covering terminals.
• Do NOT exceed maximum current carrying capacity.
• KEEP DOOR CLOSED AT ALL TIMES when not servicing.
NOTICE
• Do NOT touch circuit board components, contact can create a static discharge, which can damage these electronic components.
Description
This document explains the setup and configuration of the Intermatic ET2845
4-Circuit Electronic Astronomic 365/7-Day Time Switch. The ET2845 time switch
automatically switches loads according to the weekly schedule that is entered.
The time switch can support up to 48 fixed ON and 48 fixed OFF events (96 total)
and up to 8 Astro events. Each fixed event can be applied to any combination of
circuits and days.
The time switch features an LCD and panel-mounted control buttons to set,
review, and monitor the time switch functions, including setting date and time,
schedule creation, enabling or disabling Daylight Saving Time (DST) and
configuring DST switchover dates.
Follow these instructions to complete the installation and programming of the
ET2845 time switch.
Shown in indoor/outdoor
lockable metal enclosure
Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Notice for ET2000 Series Time Switches
This device complies with part 15 of the FCC rules. Operation of this device is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device
may not cause harmful interference, and (2) This device must accept any interference, including interference that may cause
undesired operation. This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class A digital device, pursuant to
Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference when the
equipment is operated in a commercial environment. This equipment generates, uses and radiates radio frequency energy and, if
not installed and used in ac-cordance with instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. Operation of this
equipment in a residential area is likely to cause harmful interference that requires the user to correct at his or her own expense.
Installation
Follow these instructions to install the time switch.
1. Open the time switch enclosure door.
2. Remove and retain the screw that secures the plastic insulator.
3. Lift the left side of the plastic insulator and pivot away to expose the terminal strip.
4. Press the latch at the top of the enclosure and pull out the mechanism from the
enclosure.
5. Choose and remove the selected knockout(s) from the enclosure.
NOTE: There are five 1/2 inch to 3/4 inch combination knockouts available. There are
two on the bottom of the enclosure, one on each side, and one on the rear. If a 3/4
inch knockout is needed, remove the 1/2 inch knockout first, then the 3/4 knockout.
6. Place the enclosure in the desired location providing space for the enclosure door to
swing open fully.
7. Securely mount enclosure using provided mounting holes.
8. Use appropriately rated fittings for the installation.
9. Snap the mechanism back into the enclosure.
10. Strip 1/2 inch off the supply and load wires. Use AWG #14 - #8 copper conductors
rated at least 105ºC.
11. Connect the wires to the proper terminals on the time switch and tighten the screws
firmly (See wiring diagrams).
12. Connect ground wire to grounding terminal at the bottom of metal enclosures.
13. Return the insulator to its original position and replace the screw.
14. Close enclosure door.
15. Apply power to the time switch.
Latch location
Tilt top forward
1/2 inch
Wiring Diagrams
TIMER
POWER
TIMER POWER
L1
L2/N
L2/N
CIRCUIT 2
CIRCUIT 3
CIRCUIT 4
NO-1 COM1 NO-2 COM2 NO-3 COM3 NO-4 COM4
AC IN
AC IN
L1
CIRCUIT 1
LOAD 1
POWER TO TIMER
120/208/240/277 VAC
(AUTO VOLTAGE, NO JUMPERS REQUIRED)
LOAD 2
N
L3
N
LOAD 3
L4
LOAD 4
N
N
L5
L6
4 - INDIVIDUAL 120/277 VAC LOADS
OUTPUT CONFIGURATION: IND - CIRCUIT 1 AND 2
OUTPUT CONFIGURATION: IND - CIRCUIT 3 AND 4
TIMER
POWER
CIRCUIT 1
CIRCUIT 2
CIRCUIT 3
TIMER
POWER
CIRCUIT 4
NO-1 COM1 NO-2 COM2 NO-3 COM3 NO-4 COM4
AC IN
AC IN
CIRCUIT 1
CIRCUIT 2
CIRCUIT 3
CIRCUIT 4
NO-1 COM1 NO-2 COM2 NO-3 COM3 NO-4 COM4
L1
L1
OUTPUT CONFIGURATION: SIM - CIRCUIT 1 AND 2
OUTPUT CONFIGURATION: SIM - CIRCUIT 3 AND 4
TIMER
POWER
AC IN
CIRCUIT 1
CIRCUIT 2
CIRCUIT 3
OPEN
CLOSE
COM
OPEN
COM
TIMER CONFIGURATION FOR TWO 208/240 VAC DPST
CLOSE
L2/N
LOAD 2
LOAD 1
L2
TIMER CONFIGURATION FOR TWO CONTACTOR CONTROLS
OUTPUT CONFIGURATION: PUL - CIRCUIT 1 AND 2
OUTPUT CONFIGURATION: PUL - CIRCUIT 3 AND 4
TIMER
POWER
CIRCUIT 4
NO-1 COM1 NO-2 COM2 NO-3 COM3 NO-4 COM4
L1
AC IN
CIRCUIT 1
CIRCUIT 2
CIRCUIT 3
CIRCUIT 4
NO-1 COM1 NO-2 COM2 NO-3 COM3 NO-4 COM4
L1
L2/N
L2/N
LOAD 1
N
LOAD 2
L3
N
LOAD 3
LOAD 1
L4
L5 L6
L3 L5
TIMER CONFIGURATION FOR COMBINATION MODE
AC IN
CIRCUIT 1
CIRCUIT 2
CIRCUIT 3
TIMER
POWER
CIRCUIT 4
AC IN
L1
L1
L2/N
L2/N
LOAD2
N
L6
N
L7
OUTPUT CONFIGURATION: SIM - CIRCUIT 1 AND 2 (208/240 VAC LOAD)
OUTPUT CONFIGURATION: IND - CIRCUIT 3 AND 4 (120/277 VAC LOAD)
NO-1 COM1 NO-2 COM2 NO-3 COM3 NO-4 COM4
LOAD1
N
LOAD 3
TIMER CONFIGURATION FOR COMBINATION MODE
OUTPUT CONFIGURATION: IND - CIRCUIT 1 AND 2 (120/277 VAC LOAD)
OUTPUT CONFIGURATION: SIM - CIRCUIT 3 AND 4 (208/240 VAC LOAD)
TIMER
POWER
LOAD 2
CIRCUIT 1
CIRCUIT 2
CIRCUIT 3
CIRCUIT 4
NO-1 COM1 NO-2 COM2 NO-3 COM3 NO-4 COM4
LOAD 2
LOAD1
LOAD3
L3
N
L4
TIMER CONFIGURATION FOR COMBINATION MODE
OUTPUT CONFIGURATION: PUL - CIRCUIT 1 AND 2 (BELL RINGING)
OUTPUT CONFIGURATION: IND - CIRCUIT 3 AND 4
240VAC
TIMER CONFIGURATION FOR COMBINATION MODE
OUTPUT CONFIGURATION:PUL - CIRCUIT 1 AND 2 (BELL RINGING)
OUTPUT CONFIGURATION: SIM - CIRCUIT 3 AND 4 (208/240 VAC LOAD)
Initial Setup
The following sections provide instructions for the initial setup of the time switch.
Setting The Output Configuration
The time switch output configuration enables users to control multiple loads simultaneously (SIM), independently (IND), or with a
2-second pulse (PUL). Output circuits are configured in pairs; circuits #1 and #2 first, followed by circuits #3 and #4.
In PUL mode, an ON event or manual override, causes circuit #1 to turn ON for two seconds, then OFF. An OFF event, or manual
override, causes circuit #2 to turn ON for two seconds, then OFF.
NOTE: The output configuration setup can only be accessed at initial startup of the unit or after a “Clearing Time Switch Memory”
operation. Follow this procedure to set the output configuration.
1. Activate power to the time switch. The display shows IND, the ARROW icon above the ENTER/NEXT button and the LOAD
icons for circuit #1 and circuit #2 turn on.
NOTE: If the display does not show IND the output configuration is already set and a “Clearing Time Switch Memory” operation
must be performed.
2. Press + or - to scroll to the desired output configuration.
3. Press ENTER/NEXT to save the setting for the first two circuits.
4. The display now shows IND, the ARROW icon above the ENTER/NEXT button and the LOAD icons for circuit #3 and circuit #4
turn on.
5. Press + or - to scroll to the desired output configuration.
6. Press ENTER/NEXT to save the setting for the last two circuits.
7. The output configuration is now completed.
Programming Overview
The steps to program the time switch include setting the current date, time, Astro zone, Astro events, fixed events, DST, and Holiday
events, setting the time switch’s operation to AUTO mode, ENERGY SAVER mode or MANUAL mode (only MANUAL mode will
appear if there are no scheduled events) and read or write an event schedule from a USB memory stick.
NOTE: If the time switch is left inactive for five minutes in a programming mode, it will return to the AUTO mode screen (AUTO icon
turned on). If no scheduled events are programmed, the time switch will return to MANUAL mode. If the date has not yet been
entered, the time switch will go to the Enter Date Mode.
Setting Date
Follow this procedure below to set the date and time in the time switch.
NOTE: If necessary, hold + or - to scroll through the digits rapidly.
1. Press MODE to scroll through the mode selections until SET and DATE icons appear at the top of the display. The month
flashes.
2. Press + or - to select the current month and then press ENTER/NEXT. The day of the month flashes.
3. Press + or - to select the current day of the month, and then press ENTER/NEXT. The year flashes.
4. Press + or - to enter the current year, and press ENTER/NEXT. The month will flash again.
5. Press MODE to move to the next mode selection.
Setting Time
Follow the procedure below to set the time in the time switch.
NOTE: If necessary, hold + or - to scroll through the digits rapidly.
1. Press MODE to advance to the Set Clock mode selection if this selection is not already active. The SET and TIME icons appear
on the display and a flashing 12:00 AM appears (if clock has not been set).
2. Press + or - to select the current time (be aware of the AM/PM setting) NOTE: Seconds can be set to 00 by pressing ENTER/
NEXT.
3. Press MODE to save the time and move to the Enable Daylight Saving Time mode selection.
NOTE: If the time switch programming data is to be read from a USB memory stick, refer to the “Read Time Switch Program
Data…” section in these instructions.
Enable/Disable Daylight Saving Time and Setting Daylight Saving Time Rule
Configure the time switch to automatically adjust for Daylight Saving Time (DST). If DST does not apply to your region, disable the
option as directed in this procedure. Follow this procedure to enable/disable the Daylight Saving Time feature, and if applicable, set
the DST rule.
1. Press MODE to advance to the Set DST mode selection if this selection is not already active. The SET and DST icons appear on
the display.
2. Press + to display ON (enable DST) or press – to display OFF (disable DST) and then press ENTER/NEXT to save.
If DST is
Then
Enabled
Go to step 3.
Disabled
Press MODE to save and exit. The procedure is complete.
3. Press + or - to scroll to the desired DST rules for your area.
NOTE: The DST rules are US2007 (US rules), MX1986 (Mexico rules), and CUSTOM (user-defined start/end dates).
If you select
Then
US2007 or MX1986
Go to step 8. NOTE: To view the start and end dates for a DST rule, press ENTER/
NEXT to scroll through the dates and then press MODE.
Custom
Press ENTER/NEXT. The screen displays a flashing MAR and 2ND. Go to step 4.
4. Press + or - to select a starting month for customized DST and press ENTER/NEXT.
5. Press + or - to select a starting week (1ST, 2ND, 3RD, 4TH, or LST) and press ENTER/NEXT.
NOTE: DST changes at 2:00 A.M. on Sunday of the user-configured starting and ending weeks. Select LST for the fifth Sunday
of a month.
6. Press + or - to select an ending month and press ENTER/NEXT.
7. Press + or - to select an ending week and press ENTER/NEXT.
8. Press MODE to save the DST rules and move to the next mode selection.
Setting Astro Zone and Time Zone
The astronomic feature of this time switch provides a sunset ON event and a sunup OFF event for each circuit (see “Setting
Astronomical ON/OFF Events”). These ON and OFF events automatically adjust to the actual change in sunset and sunup times in
the geographical location (astro zone) that is set in the following procedure.
Follow this procedure to set the Astro Zone for the time switch.
1. The ASTRO ZONE icon appears at the top of the display. The display shows AL C and a flashing US.
(If this mode selection is not already active, press MODE to advance to the Set ASTRO ZONE mode selection.)
NOTE: If a custom location of the time switch had been previously set by adjusting either the latitude or longitude setting, the
display will show the current latitude setting. Simultaneously press + and – to delete the custom time switch location and return
to the previously set geographical location setting (state and section of state).
2. Press + or - to select the country (USA, Canada, or Mexico) and press ENTER/NEXT.
If you selected
Then
USA or Canada
Press + or - to select the desired state or province and press ENTER/ NEXT. Go
to step 3.
Mexico
Go to step 3.
3. Press + or - to select the applicable geographical section within the selected state or province and press ENTER/NEXT
(possible geographical locations are listed in the following table). Not all sections will be available for every state.
N
S
E
W
C
NE
NW
SE
SW
North
South
East
West
Center
Northeast Northwest Southeast Southwest
Example: If time switch is located in Chicago then the geographical location within the state of Illinois would be NE.
NOTE: In most cases, the section choice provides an accurate location for your time switch. If a location requires greater
accuracy adjust the latitude and longitude in the time switch. If this is a requirement, follow the applicable steps to set a custom
latitude and longitude.
4. The LAT (latitude) entry screen appears showing the value of the selected geographical location.
If
Then
LAT accuracy does not require
adjustment (TYPICAL)
Press ENTER/NEXT twice to scroll past the latitude and longitude screens to the
TZCENT screen. Go to step 6.
Greater LAT accuracy is warranted
Press + or - to select the latitude and press ENTER/NEXT. Go to step 5.
5. The LN (longitude) entry screen appears showing the value of the selected geographical location.
If
Then
LN accuracy does not require
adjustment (TYPICAL)
Press ENTER/NEXT to skip the longitude screen. Go to step 6.
Greater LN accuracy is warranted
Press + or - to select the latitude and press ENTER/NEXT. Go to step 6.
6. The TZCENT screen appears. Press + or - to scroll to the desired time zone and press MODE to save the settings.
(See table for a description of the available time zones)
If
Then
TZHAI
Hawaiin time zone
TZALS
Alaskan time zone
TZPACI
Pacific time zone
TZMntN
Mountain time zone
TZCENT
Central time zone
TZEAST
Eastern time zone
TZATLN
Atlantic time zone
TZNFLD
Newfoundland time zone
Setting Sunup and Sunset Offset Times from Astronomic Sunup and Sunset Times
Normally, the time switch’s sunup and sunset times match the actual occurrence of sunup and sunset (astronomic sunup and sunset
times). In some cases it is desirable to change the time switch’s sunrise and sunset times so circuits turn on or off either before or
after an actual sunup or sunset. For example, a user can set the lights in a parking lot to turn on 30 minutes before the normal sunset
time by changing the time switch’s sunset time to 30 minutes (a 30 minute offset) before the normal sunset time.
Follow this procedure to adjust sunup and sunset times or press MODE to skip this procedure.
1. Press MODE to advance to the Offset mode selection if this selection is not already active. The SET and SUNUP icons appear
at the top of the display. The default sunup time for circuit #1 is displayed as indicated by the LOAD icon above the circuit #1
button.
2. Press + or - to adjust the time for sunup and press ENTER/NEXT. OFFSET briefly appears on the display, and then the offset
time (in minutes) is displayed.
NOTE: Offsets can be set to a maximum of 2 hours (120 minutes) before or after a sunup or sunset time. A minus sign (-)
appears before the digit to indicate minutes before a sunup or sunset time.
3. If needed, press + or - to adjust the offset time value and press ENTER/NEXT to save the value.
4. The updated sunup time is displayed.
5. If desired, press the ON/OFF button to adjust the offset time for the next circuit to program. The LOAD icon for the selected
circuit will be displayed.
6. Repeat steps 2 through 5 as needed for each circuit.
7. When all the circuits are set, press MODE to save settings. The time switch displays SET and SUNSET icons at the top of the
display. The default sunset time for circuit #1 is displayed as indicated by the LOAD icon above the circuit #1 button.
8. Repeat steps 2 through 5 as necessary to adjust sunset times.
9. When all the sunset times are configured, press MODE to save.
Programming Events
Users can configure Astro events, fixed timed events, or a combination of Astro and fixed timed events.
Perform the applicable instructions below.
• To set Astro events (sunset and sunup) only, perform the procedure; Setting Astronomic On/Off Events
• To set fixed timed events only, perform the procedure; Setting Fixed Timed Events
• To set a combination of Astro and fixed events, perform both procedures; Setting Astronomic Events and Setting Fixed Events
Setting Astronomic On/Off Events
Access the Astro Events screen to configure Astronomic ON/OFF events for each individual circuit. For each circuit one Astronomic
ON event (at sunset) and/or one Astronomic OFF event (at sunup) can be enabled for selected days of the week. Follow this
procedure to set Astro ON/ OFF Events (if no astronomic events need to be set press MODE to move to the next mode selection).
1. Press MODE to advance until SET ASTRO ON/OFF EVENTS SUNSET icons appear on the display (if this selection is not
already active). The display also shows the [email protected] icon and the LOAD icon above the circuit #1 button.
2. If an event is not set the time display will show - - - -.
3. Press DAY. The screen displays SUNSET and the days of the week.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
If the desired days for this event
are
Then
MON-SUN
Press ENTER/NEXT to save. Go to step 7.
MON-FRI
Press DAY once and then press ENTER/NEXT to save. Go to step 7. .
SAT-SUN
Press DAY twice and then press ENTER/NEXT to save. Go to step 7.
SET EACH DAY INDIVIDUALLY
On the display, the day of the week
being set is flashing.
Press DAY three times and the MON icon should flash.
Go to step 4.
Press – to eliminate this event or press + to keep this event for the selected day.
Press DAY to move to the next day of the week repeat step 4.
When all the days are set, press ENTER/NEXT to save.
The display changes to SET ASTRO ON/OFF EVENTS SUNUP, the [email protected] icon.
If an event is not set the display will show - - - - .
Press DAY. The screen displays SUNUP and the days of the week.
If the desired days for this event
are
Then
MON-SUN
Press ENTER/NEXT to save. Go to step 13.
MON-FRI
Press DAY once and then press ENTER/NEXT to save. Go to step 13.
SAT-SUN
Press DAY twice and then press ENTER/NEXT to save. Go to step 13.
SET EACH DAY INDIVIDUALLY
On the display, the day of the week
being set is flashing.
Press DAY three times and the MON icon will flash.
Go to step 10.
Press – to eliminate this event or press + to keep this event for the selected day.
Press DAY to move to the next day of the week repeat step 10.
When all the days are set, press ENTER/NEXT to save.
The display shows the SET ASTRO ON/OFF EVENTS SUNSET icons. The display also shows the [email protected] icon and the
LOAD icon above the next circuit button.
If
Then
You want to configure an Astro event
for another circuit
Return to step 2.
All the required Astro events are set
Press MODE to save and exit. The procedure is complete.
Setting Fixed Timed Events
Access the Fixed ON/OFF screen to set fixed switching times. Odd-numbered events are for ON switching and even-numbered
events are for OFF switching. These events can be enabled for selected days of the week. Follow these steps to set fixed time events
(if no fixed events need to be set press MODE to move to the next mode selection):
1. Press MODE to advance until SET FIXED ON/OFF EVENTS and [email protected] icons appear on the display (if this selection is not
already active. The Event Number and LOAD icon for each circuit are also displayed. Press ENTER/NEXT if this fixed on event is
not needed, go to step 9.
2. If an event is not set the time display will show - - - -.
3. Press DAY. The screen displays 12:00 am and the days of the week.
4. Press + or - to set the time for the fixed event to occur.
5. Initially all circuits are included with this event. Press ON/OFF buttons to remove each circuit not affected by this event. If the
LOAD icon for the circuit is displayed then this circuit will respond to this event.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
If the desired days for this event
are
Then
MON-SUN
Press ENTER/NEXT to save. Go to step 9.
MON-FRI
Press DAY once and then press ENTER/NEXT to save. Go to step 9.
SAT-SUN
Press DAY twice and then press ENTER/NEXT to save. Go to step 9.
SET EACH DAY INDIVIDUALLY
On the display, the day of the week
being set is flashing.
Press DAY three times and the MON icon will flash.
Go to step 6.
Press – to eliminate this event or press + to keep this event for the selected day.
Press DAY to move to the next day of the week repeat step 6.
When all the days are set, press ENTER/NEXT to save.
The Event Number increments and the SET FIXED ON/OFF EVENTS and [email protected] icons are displayed. Press ENTER/NEXT if
this fixed off event is not needed, go to step 17.
If an event is not set the time display will show - - - -.
Press DAY. The screen displays 12:00 am and the days of the week.
Press + or - to set the time for the fixed event to occur.
Initially all circuits are included with this event. Press ON/OFF buttons to remove each circuit not affected by this event. If the
LOAD icon for the circuit is displayed then this circuit will respond to this event.
If the desired days for this event
are
Then
MON-SUN
Press ENTER/NEXT to save. Go to step 17.
MON-FRI
Press DAY once and then press ENTER/NEXT to save. Go to step 17.
SAT-SUN
Press DAY twice and then press ENTER/NEXT to save. Go to step 17.
SET EACH DAY INDIVIDUALLY
On the display, the day of the week
being set is flashing.
Press DAY three times and the MON icon should flash.
Go to step 14.
Press – to eliminate this event or press + to keep this event for the selected day.
Press DAY to move to the next day of the week repeat step 14.
When all the days are set, press ENTER/NEXT to save.
The Event Number increments and the SET FIXED ON/OFF EVENTS and [email protected] icons are displayed. Press ENTER/NEXT if
this fixed off event is not needed.
If
Then
Another fixed event needs to be set
Return to step 2.
All the events are set
Press MODE to save and exit. The procedure is complete.
Setting Holidays
There are 50 Holiday blocks that can be programmed along with a single schedule for each block. For each block there will be a
start date and an end date. Within each block one scheduled “on” event and one “off” event can be programmed. Holidays are
recognized by an H on the display. During the dates chosen, the relays will remain in the “OFF” state and HOLIdy will show on the
display. NOTE: During holiday blocks only programmed holiday events will trigger relay operations.
To program holiday blocks follow these guidelines:
1. Press MODE to advance until the SET, DATE and [email protected] icons appear on the display if this selection is not already active. A
Holiday Number is also displayed on the right side of the display.
2. The time display will flash - - - - and also show 1H.
3. Press the + or – buttons to choose the Month that the Holiday will start.
4. Press ENTER/NEXT and the day of the month, the 1, will flash.
5. Press the + or – buttons to choose the day that the Holiday will start.
6. Press ENTER/NEXT and the [email protected] icon is displayed.
7. The time display will flash - - - - and also show 1H.
8. Press the + or – buttons to choose the month that the Holiday will end.
9. Press the ENTER/NEXT and the day of the month, the 1, will flash.
10. Press the + or – buttons to choose the day that the Holiday will end.
11. Press ENTER/NEXT and the SET [email protected] ON/OFF EVENTS icons are displayed. (press ENTER/NEXT twice to skip setting an
event during the holiday period in which case all circuits will remain off.)
12. The time display shows - - - - and event number 1 is also displayed on the right side of the display.
13. Press the + or – buttons to set the time for this holiday event to start.
14. Press ON/OFF buttons to remove each circuit not affected by this event. All circuits are initially included with the event. If the
LOAD icon for the circuit is displayed then this circuit will respond to this event.
15. Press ENTER/NEXT and the [email protected] icon is displayed.
16. The time display shows - - - - and event number 2 is also displayed on the right side of the display
17. Press the + or – buttons to set the time for this holiday event to end.
18. Press ON/OFF buttons to remove each circuit not affected by this event. All circuits are initially included with the event. If the
LOAD icon for the circuit is displayed then this circuit will respond to this event.
19. Press ENTER/NEXT and the SET DATE [email protected] icons appear on the display. The next Holiday Number is displayed on the right
side of the display.
If
Then
Another holiday period needs to be
set
Return to step 2.
All the periods are set
Press MODE to save and exit. The procedure is complete.
Example: July 4th would have a start date of Jul 4 and an end date of Jul 5. If no holiday events are set, at 12:00 AM on July 4th
the circuits will be turned to the OFF state. At 12:00 AM on July 5th all circuits will resume normal scheduled operation. If holiday
events are set to turn on circuits 1 and 2 from 2:00 AM – 6:00 AM then circuits 1 and 2 will turn on between 2:00 AM and 6:00
AM while circuits 3 and 4 remain off.
Setting Operating Mode – Final Step
The time switch can be set to one of three operating modes; AUTO (default setting), ENERGY SAVER or MANUAL. Once operating
mode is selected the time switch setup is complete.
NOTE: If no scheduled events are programmed, only MANUAL mode is available.
In AUTO mode, the time switch follows the user-programmed events and the circuits turn ON and OFF at the programmed time(s).
• To place in AUTO mode, press MODE and advance until the AUTO icon appears on the display.
• In AUTO mode, pressing an ON/OFF button temporarily overrides the current state of the circuit. The time switch returns to the
normal schedule at the next programmed event.
In ENERGY SAVER mode the time switch operates similarly to AUTO mode with the following exceptions:
• The ON/OFF buttons manually activate circuits for only a 2-hour period.
• When a 2-hour period is active, pressing ON/OFF extends the active period by 2-hours.
• Pressing and holding (for 3 seconds) an ON/OFF button will turn OFF the associated circuit.
For ENERGY SAVER mode, press the MODE button until the AUTO icon on the display flashes.
In MANUAL mode the time switch does not follow any programmed events and only activates circuits when an ON/OFF button is
pressed.
• For MANUAL mode, press the MODE button until the MANUAL icon appears on the display.
Deleting (Clearing) an Event
Astro events and fixed events can be deleted from the time switch. If you need to delete an event, follow this procedure.
1. If necessary, press MODE to scroll through the different mode selections until SET ASTRO or SET FIXED ON/OFF EVENTS
appear on the display.
2. Press ENTER/NEXT as necessary to scroll through the scheduled events until you see the event you want to delete.
3. Press + and – at the same time until the display shows --:-- --. This indicates the event is erased.
4. If necessary, press ENTER/NEXT to advance through the other configured events.
5. Press MODE to save the changes and exit.
Clearing Time Switch Memory
During a “Clear Time Switch Memory” operation, the time switch resets all programmed setting to their factory default value. The
following occurs:
• After a brief period of time the time switch model number appears, followed by the USB Boot Loader version, EE Boot Loader
version, the firmware revision and finally the Reset Reason Code.
• MEMCLR is displayed followed by DONE when the operation is completed.
To perform a “Clear Time Switch Memory” operation do the following:
1. Press and hold ENTER/NEXT.
2. While pressing and holding ENTER/NEXT, press and release the RESET (round) button. Do not release ENTER/NEXT.
3. Continue to press and hold ENTER/NEXT until MEM CLEAR then DONE briefly appears.
4. IND will now show on the display. Refer to the “Setting Output Configuration” section in these instructions.
Writing Time Switch Program Data to a USB Memory Stick
The time switch has the capability to copy its programmed data (event schedules, holidays, output configuration, DST on/off setting,
DST rule setting and geographical location) to a USB memory stick. Follow these steps to transfer all programming from the time
switch to a USB memory stick:
1. Press MODE to advance until wr USb is displayed.
2. Press ENTER and insUSb is displayed.
3. Insert a USB memory stick into the USB port on the front face of the time switch.
4. SCHEdL 01 is displayed. Press + or - to increment/decrement the schedule number on the display (01-99).
5. When the desired number is displayed, press ENTER and this will write the data file to the USB memory stick. The file name will
be SCHEDLxx.TXT where xx is the schedule number selected in the previous step.
6. After the file is written REMOVE is shown on the display.
7. Remove the USB memory stick and the time switch will advance to the next mode selection. If all procedures are completed,
press MODE repeatedly until back to the operating mode selection (AUTO, ENERGY SAVER, MANUAL).
Reading Time Switch Program Data from a USB Memory Stick
The time switch has the capability to read program data (event schedules, holidays, output configuration, DST on/off setting, DST
rule setting and geographical location) from a USB memory stick. Follow these steps to transfer all programming from a USB
memory stick to the time switch:
1. Press MODE to advance until rd USb is displayed.
2. Insert a USB memory stick containing the desired data file into the USB port on the front face of the time switch.
3. Press ENTER and insUSb is briefly displayed.
4. SCHEdL.xx is displayed where xx is the first data file number found on the USB memory stick.
5. Press + or - to scroll through the data files on the USB memory stick (if more than one file is stored on this stick).
6. When the desired number is displayed, press ENTER and the time switch will read the data file from the USB memory stick.
7. After the file is read into the time switch, DONE is briefly shown on the display followed by REMOVE.
8. Remove the USB memory stick and the time switch will advance to the next mode selection. If all procedures are completed,
press MODE repeatedly until back to the operating mode selection (AUTO, ENERGY SAVER, MANUAL).
USB error codes
If a problem occurs when attempting to perform a USB read or write operation the time switch will show an error code on the
display. Following is a description of the different error codes:
OPFILE Er
File could not be created on the USB memory stick (stick may be write protected or corrupted)
wrFILE Er
Program data could not be written to the USB memory stick (stick may be full)
oPFILE ER
File could not be opened for reading from the USB memory stick
rdFILE Er
File could not be read from the USB memory stick
MSDH Er
USB device is not a memory type device
FATFS Er
Fat file system error indicating the memory stick contains a data format that is incompatible with the time
switch
DEVICE Er
USB memory stick is defective
shCrct Er
The power supply for USB port on the time switch is not functioning
Specifications
Input Voltage: 120-277 VAC, 60 Hz
Power Consumption: 7 W MAX
Contact Configuration: SPST x 4. See wiring diagrams in this manual.
Contact Ratings:
Rating
Load Type
Voltage
Frequency
30 A
Resistive
120-240 VAC
60 Hz
20 A
Resistive
28 VDC
–
30 A
Inductive
120-240 VAC
60 Hz
20 A
Magnetic Ballast
120-277 VAC
60 Hz
5A
Tungsten
120-277 VAC
60 Hz
1 HP
Motor
120 VAC
60 Hz
2 HP
Motor
240 VAC
60 Hz
10 A
Electronic Ballast
120/277 VAC
60 Hz
Events: Time switch can support up to 48 fixed ON and 48 fixed OFF events along with 1 astro on and 1 astro off event per circuit.
Clock Backup: 100-hour Supercapacitor
Wire Size: AWG #14-#8
Minimum ON or OFF time: 1 minute
Maximum ON or OFF time: Indefinite
Shipping Weight: 2.5 lb. (1.1 kg)
Enclosures: Rainproof Type 3R indoor/outdoor lockable metal enclosure (ET2845CR), Type 1 indoor lockable metal enclosure
(ET2845C), Rainproof Type 3R indoor/outdoor lockable plastic enclosure (ET2845CP)
Knockouts: Combination 1/2-3/4 in. size, 1 on rear and each side, 2 on bottom
LIMITED TWO-YEAR WARRANTY
If within the warranty period specified, this product fails due to a defect in material or workmanship, Intermatic Incorporated will
repair or replace it, at its sole option, free of charge. This warranty is extended to the original household purchaser only and is not
transferable. This warranty does not apply to: (a) damage to units caused by accident, dropping or abuse in handling, acts of God or
any negligent use; (b) units which have been subject to unauthorized repair, opened, taken apart or otherwise modified; (c) units not
used in accordance with instructions; (d) damages exceeding the cost of the product; (e) sealed lamps and/or lamp bulbs, LED’s and
batteries; (f) the finish on any portion of the product, such as surface and/or weathering, as this is considered normal wear and tear;
(g) transit damage, initial installation costs, removal costs, or reinstallation costs.
INTERMATIC INCORPORATED WILL NOT BE LIABLE FOR INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES. SOME STATES DO NOT
ALLOW THE EXCLUSION OR LIMITATION OF INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, SO THE ABOVE LIMITATION OR
EXCLUSION MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU. THIS WARRANTY IS IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES. ALL
IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING THE WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY AND THE WARRANTY OF FITNESS FOR A
PARTICULAR PURPOSE, ARE HEREBY MODIFIED TO EXIST ONLY AS CONTAINED IN THIS LIMITED WARRANTY, AND SHALL BE
OF THE SAME DURATION AS THE WARRANTY PERIOD STATED ABOVE. SOME STATES DO NOT ALLOW LIMITATIONS ON THE
DURATION OF AN IMPLIED WARRANTY, SO THE ABOVE LIMITATION MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU.
This warranty service is available by either (a) returning the product to the dealer from whom the unit was purchased or (b)
completing a warranty claim online at www.intermatic.com. This warranty is made by: Intermatic Incorporated, Customer Service
7777 Winn Rd., Spring Grove, Illinois 60081-9698. For warranty service go to: http://www.Intermatic.com or call 815-675-7000.
INTERMATIC INCORPORATED
7777 Winn Road
SPRING GROVE, ILLINOIS 60081-9698
www.intermatic.com
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