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Intermatic FM1D50A-120 Electronic 24-Hour/7-Day Timer Module, Surface/DIN Rail Mount, 120V, 50/60Hz
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Intermatic FM1D50A-120 Electronic 24-Hour/7-Day Timer Module, Surface/DIN Rail Mount, 120V, 50/60Hz

Item #: WBB200669

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Price: $116.95
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The FMD Series Timers are compact electronic 24 hour/7 day time switch module with heavy duty relay contacts for switching low or line voltage loads. Applicable for time of day control of pumps, fans, heaters, HVAC control circuits, lighting, machinery and many other types of commercial, industrial, and agricultural equipment. The FMD Series features large keys with unique "circular pattern" for easy programming, an easy-to-read LCD display and capacitor backup to retain program memory during power outages. Product features 1/2 HP, 125 VAC; 1 HP, 250 VAC motor.

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    • AMPS16
    • BRANDIntermatic
    • COLOR FINISHWhite
    • DEPTH INCHES1.26
    • HEIGHT INCHES2.44
    • MANUFACTURERS PART NUMBERFM1D50A-120
    • SWITCH TYPESPDT
    • VOLTAGE120
    • WIDTH INCHES2.36

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Noticed the 3 year Battery is not replaceable. On a lost of power does the internal clock keep the correct time? And if running on normal 120Vac Power is the Battery drained. Thanks, Eric

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