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    sandatan Posts: 1, Reputation: 1
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    Feb 26, 2007, 09:17 AM
    How to select an Intermatic Pool Pump Timer?
    I haven't been able to source a distributor or retailer of Intermatic Pool Timer products in Ontario, Canada. I am looking to purchase one over the internet and have it shipped to me and installed by a local qualified electrician, but I don't know which model to purchase.

    Intermatic has 4 2-circuit models to choose from and I don't know what questions I need answered to be able to choose the correct one.

    Here's what I know: I have an inground pool, I have a gas heater and a pump. I need the heater shut down 20 minutes before the pump. These are the models that I would choose from: T104R201, T101R201, T104P201, T101P201.

    I would appreciate any advice on how to select one of these.

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    tkrussell Posts: 9,655, Reputation: 724
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    Feb 26, 2007, 06:09 PM
    Here is a summary of what I found at their catalog:

    208/277 volt timer motor
    Steel case
    One 240 volt circuit or
    Two 120 volt circuit control

    T104P201 208/277 volt timer motor
    Plastic case
    One 240 volt circuit or
    Two 120 volt circuit control

    T101P201 120 volt timer motor
    Plastic case
    One 120 volt circuit

    T101R201 120 volt timer motor
    Steel case
    One 120 volt circuit

    Need to know if the supply voltage and the voltage of what will be controlled will be 120 volt or 240 volt. The T104 needs 240 volt for the timer motor, but can switch two 120 volt circuits.

    The plastic case will hold up well if outdoors.

    For Canada sales and distribution contact them at:
    (905) 454-6679

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