Zilla Analog Timer Power Center
Instructions: Push up timer-tabs (located at the edges of the timer-dial) toward the center of the dial to turn yellow outlets on and blue outlets off. Push the timer-tabs down to turn blue outlets on and yellow outlets off. Each timer-tab represents a 15 minute interval. The white outlets provide constant power controlled by the on/off switch. The on/off switch control power to all outlets and the timer.
Setting the timer 1. Turn the manual control switch to the timer-on position. 2. Set the current time of day by turning the timer-dial clockwise until the correct time faces the arrowhead. 3. Set the times that you want the yellow and blue outlets to turn on and off by using the timer-tabs.
Manual Control. Bypass the timer by using the manual control switch. To activate the yellow outlets continuously, turn the switch to the yellow-on position. To activate the blue outlets continuously, turn the switch to the blue on position.
Day-Night Timer Instructions 1. Turn the manual control switch to the timer-on position. Set the timer to currrent time of day. 2. Pick the time of day you want the daytime lights turned on and push timer tabs up to turn on yellow outlets for daytime application. 3. Continue pushing the timer-tabs up until you reach the time of day that you want to the daytime lights turned off. 4. When the daytime timer is set, the nighttime timer is automatically set by leaving the remaining timer-tabs down to turn on the blue outlet.
Wave-Maker Timer Instructions 1. Place up to 4 water pumps for wave-maker in various positions in the tank to create multiple currents in the aquarium. Plug two water pumps into the yellow outlets and 2 water pumps into the blue outlets. 2. Push up every other timer-tab to alternate power to both yellow and blue outlets (minimum cycle is 15 minutes). The wave-maker timer can be set to any time combination.
Warning: Designed for indoor use only. This device should not be installed in wet or damp areas. If installed in a wet or damp area, this device must be plugged into a receptacle controlled by a GFR (Ground Fault interrupter) circuit breaker. Device must be properly connected to a grounded three-prong receptacle.