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How To Program A Timed Event; Special Programming Buttons; Setting Up The Mini Timer; Setting The Clock - X10 Mini Timer MT10A Owner's Manual

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How to Program a timed event

1.Place mode switch in "Prog Set" position.
2.Advance to the desired time.
3.Press any of the 4 ON or OFF rocker keys to set an on or off time for that Module. This
will program the Mini Timer to turn that Module on (or off) at that time every day.

Special Programming Buttons

1. Once button. If within 4 seconds after setting an on or off
time, you press the "Once" button you will modify the
program to carry out your programmed event only once and
it will not repeat on the next day.
2. Security button. Press (within 4 seconds after setting an
ON or OFF time) to modify the program so that your lights (or
appliances) will go on or off at a slightly different time every
day (within the programmed hour).
3. Clear Button. Pressing this (in the Review mode) cancels
the on time or off time being displayed.
4. Buzzer Switch. In the "ON" position an internal wake up
buzzer will sound at the time programmed for Module
number 1 (or 5). When this sounds you can turn it off by
pressing any button to obtain the "snooze" feature. This will
turn the buzzer back on in 10 minutes and will do so each
time you operate snooze.
The alarm can be cancelled by moving the Buzzer switch to
"OFF" and back to "ON" (for wake up the next morning).
5. Sleep Button. Pressing "Sleep" after turning a Module on
will turn it off -15 minutes later. Pressing "Sleep" after
turning a Module off will turn it on - 15 minutes later.
Multiple presses adds multiples of 15 minutes to your on
time (or off time).
6. Selector Switch. Used to select whether you want your
Mini Timer to control Modules set to Unit Codes 1 thru 4 or 5
thru 8. You can move the selector switch back and forth to
achieve instant control of 8 X10 Modules but you will only
be able to set times for one group (1 to 4 OR 5 to 8).
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Setting up the Mini Timer

Setting the clock

Plug the Mini Timer into any convenient AC outlet. Place a 9 volt alkaline battery in the
battery compartment to protect the time and program for up to 48 hours in the event of a
power outage. Test the battery by pressing "Once" or "Security." If the battery is low the
battery light will turn on. If the battery is dead or not installed the battery light will be on
permanently.
When you first plug in the Mini Timer the display will flash. It will also flash if you have
had a power outage and have not installed a 9 volt battery or the battery is dead.
1. Set the mode switch to "Set Clock."
2. Press the right hand "Time" rocker to advance to the correct
time. A quick press on the rocker will advance the time by 1
minute. If you hold the rocker down the display will advance
to the correct time faster. If you overshoot, you can use the
left hand rocker to go back.

Controlling X10 Modules

Follow the steps below to make sure you can control your Modules before you program
the Mini Timer.
1.Install and set up all of your X10 Modules referring to the instructions included with
them. Be sure to turn off the power at the main circuit breaker panel when
installing Wall Switch Modules.
2.Set all of your Modules to the same Housecode as you set on the Mini Timer.
3.Set each Module to a Unit Code Between 1 and 4 (or between 5 and 8 if you set the
Selector Switch on the Mini Timer to the 5-8 position.).
4.Set the Mode Switch on the Mini Timer to the "RUN" position.
5.To turn on a particular Module, press the ON rocker key corresponding to the number
you set on the Module you want to control.
6.To turn off a particular Module, press the OFF rocker key corresponding to the number
you set on the Module you want to control.
Battery Light
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