Kronos In-Wall Timer - Illumicare Group Limited
TM-029 – 7 days in-wall timer with Astro & DST function
Installation Instructions
WARNING: To avoid risk of fire or shock which could result in injury or death, turn off
power at circuit breaker and test that power is off before wiring.
1. Remove wall plate and disconnect existing light
switch.
2. Make sure both “hot” and neutral wires are present in
the junction box. If both wires are not present, additional
wiring will be necessary before installation can be
completed.
3. Connect red timer wire to wire from fixture using wire
connector.
4. Connect black timer wire to the “hot” (usually black or
red) wire in junction box using wire connector.
5. Cut white wire in junction box (or open splice) and
strip ½” of insulation on both wires.
6. Connect white timer wire to white wires in junction box
using wire connector.
7. If the wall switch you are replacing had separate
grounding conductors connected to the GREEN screw
on the switch, make sure to connect these to the green
wire from the timer with a wire connector.
8. Check that all wire connections are secure.
9. Place all wires inside junction box.
10. Fit timer into junction box and install using two (2)
mounting screws (furnished).
11. Reconnect the electrical power.
Button Layout
LCD Panel Layout
Note: For below image, PINK color indicates “flash for setting”, BLUE color indicates “show only –
not under control”
Setting the Clock
Press TIME button to set current time. Start with YEAR.
Press “+” to increase number. Press “-“ to decrease number.
Year setting range: 2009-2099
Press TIME button again to set current month.
Press “+” to increase number. Press “-“ to decrease number.
Month setting range: 01-12
Press TIME button again to set current day.
Press “+” to increase number. Press “-“ to decrease number.
Day setting range depends on Month/Year: Max to 31
Weekday will show at the same time on top: Mo to Su
Press TIME button again to set Day-Light-Saving-Time (DST).
Press “+” or “-“ to set DST function ON / OFF.
™ DST ON: Auto-run current time one hour earlier from 2
a.m. on the Second Sun in March to 2 a.m. on the First Sun
of Nov.
™ DST OFF: current time no auto-change
Press TIME button again to set current hour.
Press “+” to increase number. Press “-“ to decrease number.
Hour setting range: 12-hour clock AM/PM
Press TIME button again to set current minute.
Press “+” to increase number. Press “-“ to decrease number.
Minute setting range: 00-59
Press TIME button again to set current Astro zone.
Press “+” or “-“ to set Astro zone
NORTH: NOR
CENTER: CEN
SOUTH: SOU
Press TIME button again to finish current time setting and show current time
Things you should know about current time setting:
™ When setting the current time during the Day-Light-Savings Time period, and your DST
function is ON, your current time should be the time after DST
Setting the Sunrise / Sunset schedule
This unit’s sunrise/sunset schedule is based on USA astronomic zones. The actual sunrise/sunset
schedule may slightly differ from east to west. You can set the actual sunrise/sunset time today.
This unit will memorized the difference and auto-adjust for following dates.
Press
button to show current Sunrise time.
Press “+” to increase number. Press “-“ to decrease number.
Setting range: MAX +/- 1 hour
Press
button again to show current Sunset time.
Press “+” to increase number. Press “-“ to decrease number.
Setting range: MAX +/- 1 hour
Press
button again to finish current Astro setting and show current time
Setting Programs
Press PROGRAM button to set program event.
If there is no any program event setting before, show display
as the image in left
1. Press TIME button to set power ON schedule in program event 1 – Week day
Press “+” or “-“ to setting week day mode.
Week day setting mode:
a. Every Monday: MO
b. Every Tuesday: TU
c. Every Wednesday: WE
d. Every Thursday: TH
e. Every Friday: FR
f. Every Saturday: SA
g. Every Sunday: SU
h. Every week: MO TU WE TH FR SA SU
i. Every weekday: MO TU WE TH FR
j. Every weekend: SA SU
2. Press TIME button again to set power ON schedule in program event 1 – Hour
Press “+” or “-“ to setting hours.
Hours setting mode:
a. 12-hour clock AM/PM
b. Sunrise
c. Sunset
™ If you select Sunrise or Sunset as ON event, please press
PROGRAM button to continue setting OFF event
3. Press TIME button again to set power ON schedule in program event 1 – Minute
Press “+” to increase number. Press “-“ to decrease number.
Minute setting range: 00-59
4. Press PROGRAM button to finish this setting and go for power OFF schedule setting in
program event 1
5. Repeat step 1-3 to set the OFF time for Event 1.
6. Press PROGRAM button to setting next event
7. When programming is complete, press the TIME button for 2 seconds to display the current
time
Things you should know about programming events:
™ Pressing the TIME button again can continue setting Week/Hour/Minute in same event
™ You can repeat the ON and OFF programming procedures outlined above for up to 7 events,
as needed
™ Do not overlap event times (for example, 8:00 pm ON /12:00pm OFF, and 9:00 pm ON / 11:00
pm OFF). This settings can cause the timer to work in an unexpected way
Reviewing Events Programmed
In the current time display, press the PROGRAM button repeatedly to check your settings.
Clearing (Deleting) an Event
1. Press the PROGRAM button as many times as necessary to locate the setting you want to
clear.
2. Press and hold the RESUME button to clear the setting.
3. When finished, keep press the PROGRAM button or hold TIME button over 2 seconds to return
the display to the time of day.
Operating the Time Switch
Press the MODE button repeatedly to set the timer to Automatic, Random or Manual mode.
NOTE: For the time switch to run programmed events, it must be set to “AUTO” mode
AUTO — runs all events automatically, according to the
schedule you have set. The word “AUTO” appears in the
display
RDM (Random) — runs all events in a RANDOM mode.
This is a security feature in which ON and OFF times
randomly differ ± 15 minutes from the programmed times,
creating a more “lived-in” look. The word “RDM” appears in
the display.
MANUAL — turns ON and OFF only when the user presses
the ON or OFF button. The display is blank, showing neither
RDM or AUTO.
Overriding Timer Settings
The ON / OFF buttons override the current programmed events.
To override the current program (either ON or OFF), press the ON/OFF button.
NOTE: If the timer is not in “Manual” mode, it will obey the next programmed event. This allows
the user to manually turn a light on and allow the program to shut the light back off at a preset
time.
Resetting the Timer
In case of an operational failure of the timer, press the RESET button to clear all settings and
restart.
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