INT-ET1100_Series_Instructions

INT-ET1100_Series_Instructions
MODEL ET1100 Series
Installation and User Instructions
Electronic 24-Hour
Time Switch
With Battery
Carryover
Description
The Intermatic ET1100 Series Electronic 24-Hour Time Switch
automatically switches loads to a preset daily schedule with to-theminute accuracy.
Use the ET1100 series as an ON/OFF timer in applications requiring 24-hour load control such as lighting, air conditioning systems,
pumps, etc. Each load output of the Time Switch can support up to
14 timed ON and 14 timed OFF events per day. The program can be
overridden by pushing the ON/OFF load override button(s).
The ET1100 Series Time Switch is designed to directly switch tungsten or ballast loads up to its rating, and inductive or resistive loads
up to 30A at 120, 208, 240, or 277 VAC.
Specifications
Time Switch
• Input Voltage: 120/208/240/277 VAC, 50/60 Hz
• Power Consumption: 6.0 watts max.
• Contact Configuration: SPST (ET1105C), DPST (ET1125C), and
SPDT (ET1115C). See wiring diagrams on next page.
Switch Ratings—ET1105C, ET1125C (per pole)
• 30A Inductive/Resistive: 24/120/208/240 VAC, 60 Hz
• 20A Ballast: 120-277 VAC, 60 Hz
• 20A Resistive: 28 VDC
• 5 A Tungsten: 120/240 VAC, 60 Hz
• 1 HP: 120 VAC, 60 Hz
• 2 HP: 240 VAC, 60 Hz
Switch Ratings—ET1115C (NO/NC) Normally Open/Normally Closed Contact
• 20A/10A Inductive/Resistive: 120/208/240 VAC, 60 Hz
• 20A/3A Ballast: 120-277 VAC, 60 Hz
• 5A: 120/240 VAC Tungsten
• 1 HP / ¼ HP: 120 VAC, 60 Hz
• 2 HP / ½ HP: 240 VAC, 60 Hz
Set Points (Events)—Each load output of the Time Switch can support
up to 14 timed ON and 14 timed OFF events per day.
Battery-Powered Clock Operation—2 years minimum (uses 2 AAA
industrial grade alkaline batteries, supplied)
Minimum ON or OFF time—1 minute
Maximum ON or OFF time—23 hours, 59 minutes
Shipping Weight—2.5 lb. (1.1 kg)
Enclosures—Three enclosure options are available.
• ET11x5C – NEMA 1 indoor metal enclosure
• ET11x5CR – NEMA 3R indoor/outdoor lockable metal enclosure
• ET11x5CPD82 – NEMA 3R indoor/outdoor lockable impact resistant polycarbonate enclosure with clear cover
Knockouts—Combination 1/2-3/4 inch size, 1 on back and each side,
2 on bottom
Wire Size—AWG #10 through #18
B
A
Front View
Rear View
WARNING–Risk of Fire or Electric Shock
• Electrical shock hazard. To avoid fire, shock, or death, disconnect all
power before installing or servicing time switch or connected loads.
• Follow local electrical and safety codes, National Electric Code (NEC)
and Occupational Safety and Health Act Codes (OSHA).
• If the power disconnect point is out of sight, lock it in the OFF position
and tag it to prevent unexpected application of power.
• This time switch must be grounded.
• Do not exceed maximum current carrying capacity.
• Always replace the plastic insulator covering the terminal before
powering ON.
Installation Instructions
WARNING: Disconnect the
Snap out catch
Tilt top forward
power to the Time Switch
and the loads before installation.
1. Remove the mechanism
from the case by
depressing the catch at
the top of the case and
pulling out, as shown.
Slide down
CAUTION: Do not touch
to remove
circuit board components
battery case
since static discharge
could damage the microprocessor.
2. Set voltage selector for desired input voltage.
The timer is shipped with voltage set for 120
VAC. To operate at 208, 240 or 277 VAC, move
the selector switch to the desired setting as
marked on the circuit board. See location A in
Rear View above and detail at the right.
3. The timer is shipped with DST (Daylight Saving
Time) enabled. To disable DST, insert a jumper
at location marked DST. See location B in Rear
View above and detail at the right.
4. ET1125C ONLY—Decide whether you want
to control multiple loads simultaneously (SIM),
independently (IND), or with a 2-second pulse
(PUL) (e.g., for use with mechanically held con
tactors or bell ringing applications), and make
sure the jumper is positioned accordingly. See location B in
Rear View above and detail at the right. (The unit is shipped
with the loads set for IND.)
5. Mount the enclosure in the desired location using the 3 mount
ing holes provided.
9. Insert the wire ends under the proper terminal plates (see wir
ing diagrams elsewhere on this page) and tighten the screws
firmly.
10. Connect ground wire to grounding terminal at bottom of enclosure.
11. Replace the plastic insulator on the retaining post.
12. Remove the battery case by sliding it down as shown by the
arrows, then install 2 AAA alkaline batteries. Make sure the
batteries are pointing in the direction shown.
13. Verify that the display is ON to make sure the batteries are OK.
If the display shows scrambled information, press the
RESET button to clear it up.
14. Apply power to the Time Switch.
Mounting
Hole
Mounting holes
Mounting
Holes
Knockouts
6.
7.
8.
IMPORTANT: Press and hold the ENTER button, then press the
RESET button. The screen will flash 12:00 AM, and timer status is
Manual Mode.
NOTE: You must reset the time switch using this procedure whenever you change the jumpers.
Knockouts
Position at eye level if possible, providing space to the left of the
enclosure for the cover to swing open fully, as shown.
Replace the mechanism in the enclosure.
Lift the left side of the plastic insulator off the retaining post and
pivot it up and away to expose the terminal strip.
Strip the supply and load wires to 1/2”.
Use AWG#10-#18 copper conductors only.
The Time Switch is now ready for programming.
Wiring Diagrams
Timer Power
Timer Power
1
2
3
1
4
2
3
4
5
6
Line 2
Neutral
Hot
Install jumper
only if timer input
and load voltage
are the same
Load
120VAC
Input
ET1105 configured for SPST, 120 VAC load
Timer Power
1
Line 2
Line 1
240VAC Input
2
3
4
5
6
Line 1
Install jumper only if timer input
and load voltage are the same
Install jumper only if timer input
and load voltage are the same
OFF
ON
ET1125 configured for pulse SPST load
with jumper set to PUL
3
ET1125 configured for 240VAC DPST load
with jumper set to SIM
5
6
4
5
6
120/208/240/277
VAC Input
Load
2
ET1125 configured for DPST loads
with jumper set to SIM
Programming Overview
By pressing the MODE button, the Time Switch will cycle through the
menus necessary for programming the current time, date, and timed
events.
The basic procedure is to use the MODE button to move from one
menu to the next (e.g., DATE, TIME, etc.), the + or – buttons for the
first part of a setting (e.g., MONTH), the ENTER button to move to
the next part of the setting (e.g., YEAR), then MODE to exit and move
to the next menu. To skip a menu, press MODE to move ahead.
If you make a mistake, press the MODE button repeatedly to cycle
back around to the error, then make the correct entry.
NOTE: DATE and TIME must be set before you can access any
other programming menus.
Load
2
ET1125 configured for 2 SPST loads
with jumper set to IND
Timer Power
2
1
Line 2
Load
1
Load
1
120/208/240/277
VAC Input
Line 1
Line 1
Load
4
Line 1
120/208/240/277
VAC Input
Line 2
Line 2
3
Line 2
Line 1
Timer Power
2
1
Timer Power
2
1
3
4
Load
1
120/208/240/277
VAC Input
Install jumper only if timer input
and load voltage are the same
5
6
Load
2
ET1115 configured for SPDT load switching
1 – Setting Date
1. Press the MODE button repeatedly until the words SET and
DATE appear in the upper area of the display.
2. Press the + or – buttons to enter the current Month.
3. Press the ENTER button when the Month is correct to save the
setting. The screen advances to current Date.
4. Again press the + or – buttons to enter the current Date, followed by the ENTER button.
5. Repeat to set the correct Year.
6. Press the MODE button to exit and advance to setting the time.
2 – Setting Time
Operating the Time Switch
1. If necessary, press the MODE button repeatedly until the words
SET and CLOCK appear in the upper area of the display.
2. Press the + or – buttons to enter the current time.
NOTE: To go from AM to PM, keep pressing the + or – buttons to
cycle through the day. You can hold the + or – buttons down for 3
seconds to make the time scroll quickly.
3. Press the MODE button to exit and advance to setting events.
Press the MODE button repeatedly to select the desired operating
mode on the display. There are 2 options:
• AUTO—where the Time Switch follows the events you have programmed, turning the circuits ON and OFF at the time(s) set.
NOTE: You can override programmed events and force the
Time Switch ON or OFF by pressing the ON/OFF button.
• MANUAL—where any events set are disabled and the Time
Switch controls all circuits through the ON/OFF button.
NOTE: You can review or edit any programmed events at any time
by pressing the MODE button repeatedly to return to the appropriate
menu, then following programming instruction provided on this sheet.
3 – Setting ON/OFF Events
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
If necessary, press the MODE button repeatedly until the words
SET ON/OFF EVENTS and EVENT 01 appear on the display.
If necessary, press the ENTER button to display ON @ or OFF
@ (depending on what you want to set).
Press the + or – buttons to enter the time you want to set.
NOTE: To go from AM to PM, keep pressing the + or – buttons to cycle through the day. You can hold the + or – buttons down for 3 seconds to make the time scroll quickly.
ET1125C ONLY—For a multi-circuit device with loads set
independently, you can choose the load you want the event to
control. The default setting is for both loads, as you can see on
the display. Press the ON/OFF button under a load to remove
the load from the event.
When you have set the event correctly, you have two choices:
- Press the ENTER button to set the next ON/OFF event (up to
28 events).
- Press the MODE button to exit.
OPTIONAL – Deleting (Clearing) an Event
Use this procedure to clear the settings programmed for an event.
1. If necessary, press the MODE button repeatedly until the words
SET ON/OFF EVENTS are shown on the display.
2. Press the ENTER button as necessary to cycle through events
that have been set until you see the event you want to delete.
3. Press the + or – buttons AT THE SAME TIME to display --:-- --.
4. Press the MODE button to exit.
Battery Maintenance
• Batteries can be easily replaced without removing the Time
Switch mechanism or field wiring.
• Press in and downward (in the direction of the arrows) on the
battery cover.
• It is recommended to replace the batteries every 2-3 years with
2 AAA industrial grade alkaline cells as part of normal maintenance on the Time Switch.
• Be sure to observe battery polarity markings when installing
batteries.
• No other battery maintenance is required.
LIMITED 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 service is available by either (a) returning the product to the dealer from whom the unit was purchased, or (b) completing a warranty claim on line at www.
intermatic.com. This warranty is made by: Intermatic Incorporated Customer Service/7777 Winn Rd., Spring Grove, Illinois 60081-9698/815-675-7000 http://www.intermatic.
com
INTERMATIC INCORPORATED
SPRING GROVE, ILLINOIS 60081-9698
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