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Introduction; Quick Tour - X10 Mini Timer XPMT1 Owner's Manual

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Introduction

How it works
The Mini Timer plugs into any AC outlet in your home and transmits digitally encoded
signals over your house wiring instantly or at the times you set. These signals are
received by the X10 PRO Modules.
You Plug a lamp up to 300 watts into a Lamp Module, an appliance such as a radio, fan,
or coffee pot into an Appliance Module and replace important indoor or outdoor security
lights up to 500 watts with the Wall Switch Module (modules sold separately).
Appliance
Module
Mini Timer
Setting it up
Connect the power supply to the Mini Timer and plug the power
supply into any convenient AC outlet.
NOTE: you must use the power supply that came with the Mini Timer.
The power supply contains circuitry required to control your X10
PRO modules, so you CANNOT replace it with a regular 12V power
supply.
Install two AA alkaline batteries in the compartment on the back, if
desired (to protect the time and programmed events if there's a
power outage).
Lamp
Module
Wall Switch
Module
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Quick Tour

Let's quickly review the functions of each part of the keyboard (you can go to page 7 for
a step by step tutorial if you prefer). Referring to the diagram below and the cutaway
sections that follow you will see that the keyboard on the Mini Timer consists of 7 basic
areas.
3 Time Adjust Rocker
4. Set
Alarm
5. All Units Off Button
6. Mode Button
1.
Mode Switch. This is used to select whether you want to
set or review a timed event, change the Housecode, or
set the clock. See page 13 to change the Housecode.
2.
ON/OFF Buttons. There are 4 sets of ON/OFF buttons.
They let you turn Modules 1 through 4 (or 5 through 8)
on and off instantly by pressing either the ON or OFF
button.
In the "Prog Set/Review" mode these button are used to
set on and off times for the selected number (1 to 4 or 5
to 8).
3.
Time Adjust Rocker. This is used to set the time of the
clock and the time you want to set for each programmed
event.
4.
Alarm. The number 1 button also sets the time for the
internal alarm buzzer.
5. All Units Off Button. Instantly turns Off ALL Modules including Appliance Modules.
6. Mode Button cycles through Daily, Once, and Security Modes.
7. All Lights On Button. Instantly turns on ALL Lamp Modules and Wall Switch
Modules.
2. ON/OFF
1. Mode
Buttons
Switch
7. All Lights On Button
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