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Reviewing Timer Events; If The Display Shows Full; Selector Switch; Instantly Controlling Modules - X10 Mini Timer XPMT1 Owner's Manual

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Programming ON and OFF times

Reviewing timer events

Set the Mode Switch in the "Prog Set/Review" position. If no events exist in memory 0:00
is displayed, otherwise the first event found in memory is displayed.
If (while in Prog/Review Mode) one of the 4 module ON (or OFF) buttons is pressed
without modifying the current time, and no events are in memory for that module, 0:00
is displayed.
If (while in Prog/Review Mode) one of the 4 module ON (or OFF) buttons is pressed
without modifying the current time, and events do exist, each press of the module ON
(or OFF) button cycles through (and displays) all the ON (or OFF) events for that particular
module. I.E. you are "Reviewing" the times that are set. The display also shows whether
the event is a Once event or a Security event. Note if it's a Security event the actual time
that the next event will occur will be shown. If neither Once nor Security is displayed, the
event is a Daily event.
If (while in Prog/Review Mode) one of the 4 module ON (or OFF) buttons is pressed after
modifying the current time, then the time is stored as a new event for that module. I.E.
you can program new events while reviewing the current programmed events.
While displaying any time for any module it can be deleted using the Clear key. All events
for a module can be cleared by pressing Clear multiple times until the display shows
0:00.
If an event time is modified and you do not want to store it to any module ON/OFF button,
press Clear. The previous event is now displayed and can be deleted if desired by
pressing Clear again.
If the Mode switch is moved after a time has been changed and without a module ON/
OFF button being pressed, this time is discarded and is not stored in memory.
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Programming ON and OFF times

If the display shows FULL

If FULL is displayed when you try to enter a programmed time, this means that you have
tried to enter an additional time when you have already used up all the available
memory. Cancel one or more of your set times by pressing a number ON (or OFF)
button, then press Clear to clear that event. Then enter another timer event. See note at
bottom of page 8.

Selector switch

1-4 position - With the "Selector" switch in the 1-4 position the 4 ON and
OFF buttons control (and set times for) Modules set to Unit Codes 1 thru 4
respectively.
5-8 position - With the "Selector" switch in the 5-8 position the 4 ON and
OFF buttons control (and set times for) Modules set to Unit Codes 5 thru 8
respectively.

Instantly Controlling Modules

With the Mode switch in the RUN position you can slide the Selector Switch back and
forth to instantly control Modules set to 1 thru 4, or 5 thru 8. Also, in the Prog Set/Review
mode you can set events for modules 1 thru 4, then move the selector switch and
program more events for modules 5 thru 8. See note at bottom of page 8 for maximum
number of events you can program..
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