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Intermatic EJ351 Timer, 24-Hour Mechanical In-Wall Security Timer - White
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About the Intermatic Indoor Timer - EJ351 24-HR Mechanical In-Wall Security Timer - White
The Intermatic Indoor Timer EJ351 is a wall-mounted security timer that is placed in your wall. The EJ351 features random setting that turns lights on and off at slightly different times of the day. This analog security timer can be self-learning, which allows it to repeat the cycles that will repeat the first 24 hours' setting. If those settings are not adequate enough, manual program is also available. The white finished EJ351 indoor timer features a On/Off switch and a dial for timer settings.Note: For single pole applications ONLY(For 3-way use, please choose a digital timer).
- Use with existing wall plate: standard (toggle) or decorator (rocker) styles
- Replaces any standard wall light switch
- 15 minute memory guard protects against power failure
- 500 Watts Incandescent
- 120 VAC, 60 Hz
- UL, CSA Listed
- Manufacturer- 1 year limited warranty
- Customer Reviews
Mine has been in for 6 years without any problems. Works as advertised. No complaints.
on 07-08-2010 by HappyCamper
Older versions great, not sure about latest ones.
I have used these for years with no problems. Purchased 2 more a year ago. One has failed recently, failing to turn the light completely off. Checked all wiring and found nothing wrong.
on 02-02-2009 by Tom
It is a good and sturdy switch.
I have owned several over the years. They are dependable. Programing them is confusing however, because AM and PM not marked.
on 11-23-2008 by Chas
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Is this Intermatic timer available in ivory, cream or almond? I only see it sold in white but I need an off-white finish.by Gerald B. on 03-28-2015
This particular model is only available in white.on 03-30-2015
Will this timer work for 6 outside lights that are controlled by one inside switch. Each fixture has 2 bulbs. The bulbs are incandescent but may total over 500watts. ( I could reduce the wattage of the bulbs if necessary) I know that some timers turn off if one bulb burns out. I don't want that feature, it would be too difficult to figure out which one burned out.by Leslie S. on 06-10-2013
Total Wattage :500 Watts IncandescentIndoor install only.on 08-05-2013
Can I use this product EJ351C in place of my previous timer, EJ 351 ?by Kathryn S. on 12-19-2012
The EJ351C is a direct replacement for the EJ351.on 12-28-2012
Will this switch work if I am trying to control two outside light fixtures? If not, could you direct me to one that will work? Thank Youby William H. on 08-09-2012
This will work if the switch is installed indoors, and the two outside lights are on the same circuit. AS long as both lights are wired to the switch, it will work fine. This switch is rated for 500 watts incandescent.on 08-10-2012
I have lost myprigraming instructions for my EJ351c is the re a possibility that I could get another copyby jeremiah O.brien from yucaipa ca on 08-03-2012
I have uploaded a digital format of the Programming Instructions, click here to view (PDF)on 08-06-2012
Is this timer heavy duty enough for attic installation? Concerned @ temp extremes during summer & winter in attic. Timer to be on supply side of Lithonia 250W metal Hallide security light currently controlled by a photo cell only. Photo cell in shade so light burns more hours per day than needed. Want to limit by having the timer only supply power to the security light during certain hours in the evening.by Paul S. from North Carolina on 07-14-2012
Yes, this timer will work for residential attic applications. The 500W rating on this timer will be adequate to handle the 250W MH security light. In regards to temperatures, for most indoor applications, you should be fine, however, if there are concerns of high moisture / freezing you may want to install a protective box around it.
Click here to view Intermatic Protective Coveron 07-16-2012Please login or register before adding a question.