HB1116R OUTDOOR TIMER
Thank you for purchasing the HB1116R Outdoor Timer with Stake and Receptacles. Please read the instructions below,
before using this product:
• Weather resistant cover with latch to secure up to six extension cords
• Six grounded outlets controlled by an easy-to-set timer
• Timer features two ON and OFF settings per day
• Unit can be wall mounted, or used with easy-to-install ground stake
• Added safety features include grounded cord and 15 Amp circuit breaker
• Manual override switch.
Timer Instructions (See Fig. 1)
1. Insert ON (Green) trippers and OFF (Red) trippers into dial at desired ON
and OFF times.
• • •
2. Turn dial clockwise (
) one or more complete revolutions until the
arrow head is aligned with the current time of day. Please note that AM
TIME OF DAY
times are in the white section of the dial, and PM times are in the black
section of the dial.
3. Turn lamp or appliance ON.
4. Plug lamp or appliance cords into timer receptacles. Close and latch
timer cover to protect receptacles from moisture. Plug timer cord into
GFCI protected wall outlet if located outdoors.
Manual Override: Timer may be turned ON or OFF manually, by turning the over-
ride knob counterclockwise (
). The timer will resume the next scheduled ON and OFF cycle automatically. See Figure 1.
Circuit Breaker: If unit does not function properly, the circuit breaker may have been activated. To reset, unplug the timer
from power source. Check to make sure the combined load of the lamps or appliances does not exceed the rated capacity
of the timer. If so, disconnect items until the electrical load is within the prescribed limits. Press the circuit breaker button to
reset. Plug timer into outlet and test by turning the manual override knob counterclockwise. See Figure 1.
NOTE: Whatever timer setting(s) are chosen, the setting(s) will apply to all 6 receptacles.
Wall Mounting the Timer: If timer is mounted on a wall, it must be at least 3 feet above the ground.
Stake Mounting: Place tabs on stake over the retention holes on the back of the timer. Push up on stake until tabs lock in
place. See Figure 2. The stake should be inserted in the ground up to the barrier on the stake. See Figure 3. DO NOT
DRIVE THE STAKE INTO THE GROUND. In order to avoid potential hazard, the extension cord should be clipped into the
stake as shown in Figure 4. This will keep the plugs off the ground.
Mounting stake tabs fit
into holes on back of timer.
Clip in stake
Push stake in
ground to barrier
Latching the cover: Hold cover and rear of unit with both hands and press firmly until latch snaps into place. (Fig. 5)
Wall Receptacle Cover: In order to meet the 2002 National Electric Code you should use a receptacle cover that protects
your outdoor receptacle when your timer is plugged in. Recommended for use are Intermatic Model WP1100C or for heavier
cords sets, Models WP1110C or WP1150C.
15 Amp Resistive (heater), 1800 Watts
15 Amp Tungsten (Incandescent), 1800 Watts
120 Volts AC, 60 Hz