Model # T104R3
This heavy duty mechanical time switch is designed for industrial, commercial and residential applications. This time switch has the highest horsepower ratings in the industry for loads up to 40 amps resistive from 120 to 480 volts providing direct 24 hour time switch control of most loads.
This series provides 1 to 12 "ON/OFF" operations each day with minimum ON/OFF times of 1 hour. All models are equipped with one "ON" and one "OFF" tripper.
• Booster Pumps
• Hydro Chlorinators
• Air Conditioning
• Music and Signal Systems
• Heat Pumps
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I have a 1 1/2 HP hayward pump wired for 230 volts and a salt chlorinator which is 120. Can I use 1 timer for both? They pump is on a double pole 15 amp with 14/3 wire and the chlornator is on a sinble 15 amp with 14/2 wire.
Hi, Bob. Unfortunately, you can not. The chlorine generator will have to also be wired for 230 volts.
Will either metal or plastic be suitable for outdoor operation?
Yes, either a metal or plastic enclosure are perfectly suitable for outdoor operation.
I have just purchased the QC1102 motor to replace my old 1hp motor (K48L2PA105) I have a max e glas II pump (P4E6E-151L). The circuit breaker in the subpanel outside are double pole 15 amp (30 amp total). Is this the correct timer? I can't tell what timer I currently have as all labeling is gone.
Hi Cory, This is the correct timer that you can use with a double pole timer and the QC1102 motor.
I have a 1.5 HP pump for circulation and a 1.5 HP booster pump for my pool sweep. Will this control both if I wanted them to come on at the same time?
Hi, The Intermatic Timer 220 Volt Metal Enclosure can handle the two pumps if the max load does not exceed 40 amps.
Does this timer have knockouts for the electrical and where are they located?
Here is all the information we have regarding the knockouts: Knockouts - Combination 1/2" - 3/4" nominal knockouts, one on the back and each side of case, two on bottom
How many on/off devices come with the unit? I am using this for my eletric hot water heater, I want the heater to come on around 5:00AM and off at 7:00AM, then on again at 5:00PM and off and 7:00PM. So I guess I'm asking can I program two on and off's or do I have to buy something else?
This timer comes with one "On" tripper and one "Off" tripper but can accommodate up to 12 On/Off positions. So to accomplish the following "...come on around 5:00AM and off at 7:00AM, then on again at 5:00PM and off and 7:00PM" You would require the purchase of the timer which comes with 2 trippers, plus the purchase of one additional set of on / off trippers which you may view or purchase here http://www.inyopools.com/Products/02400004003526.htm
I have a T104R timer is this the proper replacement?
The T104R3 or the T104P3 are direct replacements for any T104 timer. The only difference between these two timers is that the T104R3 comes in a metal enclosure and the T104P3 comes in a plastic enclosure.
My pool pump motor indicates V115/230. Will thistimer accommodate the pool pump? Also,can you tell me the voltage on the clock motor?
Your pump can be wired either 115V or 230V If you have your pool pump wired at 230V than you would want to go with the T104P3 timer if you have the pump wired at 115V than you would want to go with the T101P3 timer. T104P3 timer has a 230V time clock motor and the T101P3 timer has a 115V time clock motor. You may purchase either of these time clocks through the following link http://www.inyopools.com/controls_intermatic.aspx