IP66. 2 Wire electronic push button activated time delay switch ensures lighting is not left on, so saves energy. Replaces existing single gang wall switch. No neutral required, adjustable from 2min to 2 hours for fluorescent and incandescent lighting, and resistive loads. With re-trigger function, last minute indicator and time cancellation. Suitable for lighting, heating and ventilation.
Average Customer Rating:
(4 Reviews) 4
Rating Snapshot(4 reviews)
2 of 4(50%)reviewers would recommend this product.
Customer Reviews for Outdoor 2 Wire Push Button Timer
"I spoke to the manufacturers today and they said that this should be used for lighting in the main. They can be used on heating and ventilation but not HEATERS. They said they should not be used on patio heaters because these are 2 wire which need a 24 hour supply and should not be isolated in any way.
They recommended the 3 wire with neutral as this can be isolated.
I found these switched really effectivelyand timed to the second the switching off. Used these to light the lamps around a pool."
"bought this to power 3 energy saver spotlamps for my chlidrens play area. easy to fit and set up. only gripe is that the switch itself is too stiff for them to push themselves. takes a big powerful thumb to get it to work. when it is working it does the job superbly."
"I have just had my third failure of these switches. Although they have always been installed by qualified electrician and as detailed by manufacturer they are simply not fit for purpose. They let water in which builds up and then the whole thing shorts and normally either the lights just stay on or they flicker. Bought to run safety external lights in block of flats and so not impressed that this thing does not work. On average they are lasting just over a year before the water build up shorts the cicuitry . I would suggest if you want a reliable outdoor delay switch you look elsewhere!!!!!!"
"I bought 2 of these, to control some air blowers in the pool.
I have followed the instructions to the letter, and they simply do not work, after 2 hours and trying both units and getting the same problem, then getting my electrician to look at them nothing. The equipment stays on no matter what you do indefinitely.
The push button is a joke, its like pushing against a cliff face.