DT17 Digital Timer Installation and Operating
Familiarize yourself with the timer controls and displays.
Timer Controls
DT17 Digital Timer Installation and
Operating Instructions
Thank you for purchasing the
DT17 Digital Timer.
Features of this timer include
Features
• Automatic or manual operation. Push
ON/OFF to switch the plugged in
light(s) on or off any time.
• Program up to 14 on/off time pairs per day
(maximum 98 automatic switch settings).
• Minimum setting interval 1 minute.
• A setting can be for a particular day of the week,
every day, only weekdays, only weekends, or every
day but Sunday.
• Random feature adjusts the ON/OFF times within 15
minutes of each programmed setting.
• Batteries (replaceable) save the time and program
settings when the unit is unplugged or there is a
power outage.
Please read the instructions before programming your
timer.
Battery Installation
Using a small flat screwdriver or coin,
pry the battery
holder open. Position the 2 batteries,
supplied with the timer, so the flat part
of the batteries are facing the +
terminal. When the batteries are in
place, press the battery holder back
into its original position.
NOTE: For battery replacement use SR44 or LR44
Model DT17
7-DAY
DIGITAL PROGRAMMABLE
PLUG-IN LAMP AND APPLIANCE TIMER
15 Amp. Resitive and Inductive 500 Watts
Tungsten 1/3 H.P. 120 Volts 60 Hz.
INTERMATIC INCORPORATED
SPRING GROVE, ILLINOIS 60081
MANUFACTURED IN CHINA
Notes:
(1) WARNING DO NOT USE THE TIMER TO TURN OFF
POWER FOR MAINTENANCE (repairs, removing broken
bulbs, etc.). ALWAYS TURN POWER OFF AT THE
SERVICE PANEL BY REMOVING A FUSE OR CIRCUIT
BREAKER BEFORE DOING ANY CIRCUIT REPAIRS.
(2) In case of a conflict (for example you have programmed
the timer to be on at 4 pm every day of the week and also
programmed the timer to be off at 4 pm on saturdays) the
higher program number is followed. In case of a conflict
within a program number Off is followed rather than On.
1 Display - LCD display
(reset display shown).
2 On light - red LED is
lit when the DT17 is in
operation.
3 RESET button push the RESET
button with a ball point
pen to clear all
programming and the
clock.
4 TIME SET button push and hold to set
the clock.
5 ON/OFF button - push and release to manually
switch on or off at any time.
6 Day button - use during time set to set the day of
the week. Use during programming to set individual
days, weekdays, weekends or the entire week.
7 HOUR button - use during time set or programming
to set the hour.
8 MIN button - use during time set or programming to
set the minute.
9 DS button - push and hold for a couple of seconds
to switch to or from daylight savings time.
10 PROG button - push and release to set or change
programmed on and off times.
11 MODE button - push and release to choose ON/
Off, Auto, Random or Countdown timer modes.
MO TU WE TH FR SA SU
Displays
1
3
4
1. Daylight
savings symbol
WE
indicates dayPM
light savings
time when on.
Auto
2
5
2. AM/PM
AM PM
3. MO TU... Day
of the week.
4. 03:12 - Time.
5. On/Off display
On display. Usually displayed when On light is lit
and timer is on, during programming indicates an
on time is being proFR
grammed.
AM
Off display (Usually disPrg
played when On light is off
Auto
and timer is off, during pro6
gramming indicates an off
7
time is being programmed.)
6. Program number - (1-14)
7. Mode - Countdown Timer, Off,
Auto, On, or Rand. See Modes, next page, for specific
mode displays.
Daylight Savings Time
TH
In Off, Auto, or On mode,
AM
push and hold DS for a
couple of seconds to switch
On
daylight savings time on or
off. The daylight savings (S)
symbol switches on or off and the time switches one hour
in the appropriate direction.
Setting The Clock
WE
PM
Off
1
1
4
2
How to set the clock:
1. The mode must be
On, Auto, or Off.
2. If it is daylight savings time, push and hold DS for a
couple of seconds so the daylight savings symbol
appears.
If it is not daylight savings time, push and hold DS for a
couple of seconds so the daylight savings symbol is
off.
3. Push and hold TIME SET.
4. The blinking colon stays on (stops blinking).
While holding TIME SET:
a. Push and release DAY to change the day of week.
b. Push and release HOUR to change the hour and
AM/PM.
c. Push and release MIN to change the minute.
Notes:
If you push and hold DAY, HOUR or MIN the display
changes quickly.
Seconds are set at 0 when the TIME SET button is
released if either the HOUR or MIN have been set.
On Mode
In the On mode the plugged in
light(s) are on. Push PROG
ON/OFF to turn the plugged in
light(s) off and switch the mode to
Off.
Timer Modes
MODE
Push and release MODE to
change the mode.
The modes are Countdown
timer, Off, Auto, On, and Rand.
Countdown timer mode
b c
In countdown timer mode the
clock symbol is displayed (a).
When countdown timer mode is
a
entered the countdown time is set
to 75 minutes (b).
And the plugged in light(s) are
turned on (c).
The countdown timer can be set to turn the plugged in
light(s) on or off after 75, 60, 45, 30 or 15 minutes. That
lets you, for example, set the timer to turn the plugged in
light(s) off an hour after you have left the room. The flashing alarm clock symbol indicates the DT17 is in countdown
timer mode.
To set the countdown timer:
Push and release MODE until the countdown timer clock is
displayed. (75 minutes is selected.)
If desired, push and release MIN to switch change the
countdown to 60, 45, 30, 15 or 0 minutes.
If desired, push and release PROG ON/OFF to switch the
initial state of the plugged in light(s).
Wait ten seconds or push and release TIME SET to start
the countdown.
While counting down the countdown
d
timer clock symbol flashes, and you
can push TIME SET to switch
between the countdown the current
time.
When the countdown reaches 00:00
the connected light(s) are switched
and the clock display remains 00:00 (d).
Off Mode
In the Off mode the plugged in
light(s) are off. You can push PROG
ON/OFF to switch to ON mode and
turn the plugged in light(s) on.
TH
AM
Off
Auto Mode
In auto mode the programmed on
TH
and off times automatically switch the
AM
plugged in light(s) on and off. See
how to program the timer, below for
Auto
how to enter or change the automatic
program times.
You can push PROG ON/OFF while in Auto mode to
manually override the program and turn the plugged in
light(s) on or off. The programmed switching times remain.
The timer stays in auto mode.
Rand Mode
In Random mode the DT17
randomly switches the connected
light(s) on and off. A random on
period is + 15 minutes from the
programmed times.
TH
AM
On
TH
AM
Rand
How to program the timer:
You can program the timer in Auto, ON or Off modes.
The program is followed in Auto
mode.
AM
1. Push and release PROG to start Prg
the programming.
Auto
Prg 1 is displayed and the display
shows --:-- or the programmed time
for Prg 1. timer on (lit light bulb symbol on).
--:-- display means there is nothing programmed for that
Prg number and on/off time.
Note: You can push and
release ON/OFF to switch
between the Prg # on
time and the Prg # off
time. The light bulb
symbol switches on or off
but the plugged in light(s)
do not.
2. Push and release DAY
to choose the day*.
*Push and release DAY several times to set: a single
day MO, TU, WE, TH, FR, SA, OR SU; or all week (all
days of week displayed); or weekdays (MO TU WE TH
FR displayed); or weekends (SA SU displayed); or all
days but sunday (MO TU WE TH FR SA displayed).
3. Push and release HOUR to choose the hour.
4. Push and release MIN to choose the minute.
5. When correct, push ON/OFF to switch between
programming on time and off time for that Prg number.
6. Repeat steps 2, 3, and 4 to set the Off program.
7. Push PROG to Prg 2, Prg 3,... up to Prg 14, to
program additional on and /or off times.
8. Push TIME SET or wail 15 seconds to exit
programming.
After the program is set, turn lamp or appliance ON and
plug it into the timer. Plug the timer into a wall
receptacle.
ART195B
Battery replacement
Batteries retain the program during power outages.
Batteries should last 3 years or more if the timer is left
plugged in. If the display is dim, weak or
unreadable when the timer is unplugged from
the outlet replace the batteries. After removing
the batteries from the unit, you have a minimum
of 15 seconds to
insert new batteries without losing
existing program.
The DT17 uses
two SR44 or LR44
alkaline batteries.
Purchase fresh
batteries. Unplug
the DT17. Follow
the directions outlined in Battery Installation.
FULL ONE YEAR WARRANTY
If within one (1) year from the date of purchase, 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 gives you specific legal rights and you may also have other
rights which vary from state to state. Warranty service is available by
mailing postage prepaid to: Intermatic Incorporated/After Sales
Service/7777 Winn Rd., Spring Grove, IL 60081-9698/815-675-7000
http://www.intermatic.com Please be sure to wrap the product securely to
avoid shipping damage.
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