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Setting up the Lamp Module
Setting The Lamp Module's Code
(modules sold separately)
Using a small screwdriver, set the red House
Code dial to the same letter as your Mini
Timer. Set the Black Unit Code dial to any
unused number.
Ratings
The Lamp Module can be used to control an incandescent lamp rated up to 300W. It is
NOT suitable for other types of lamps such as fluorescent or energy saving lamps, low
voltage lamps, or lamps that include a dimmer control. Caution: Do not connect an
appliance such as a coffee pot or heater to a Lamp Module. It may damage the Module
and/or the appliance and could cause a fire hazard. Use an Appliance Module instead.
1.
Set the House
2.
Plug a lamp into
Code and Unit
the Module.
Code.
Testing The Lamp Module
Make sure the lamp's switch is on. Plug the Module into the same wall outlet as your
Mini Timer, press the ON and OFF buttons on the Mini Timer that correspond to the
Unit Code setting on the Module. If the Module turns On and Off you can unplug the
Module or Mini Timer and move it to its permanent location. If you can't control the
module, contact www.x10pro.com/support for help.
UNIT CODE
DIAL
1
15
3
13
5
11
7
9
A
O
C
M
E
K
G
I
HOUSE CODE
DIAL
AGC LAMP MODULE
3.
Plug the Module into
the same wall outlet
as your controller (see
testing below).
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Setting up the Appliance Module
Setting The Appliance Module's
Code (modules sold separately)
Using a small screwdriver, set the red House
Code dial to the same letter as your Mini
Timer. Set the Black Unit Code dial to any
unused number.
Ratings
The Appliance Module can be used to control an incandescent lamp rated up to 500W.
It can also control other types of lamps such as fluorescent or energy saving lamps, low
voltage lamps, or lamps that include a dimmer control. And of course it can be used to
control appliances. Caution: Observe the ratings on the label on the back of the
Appliance Module.
1.
Set the House
2.
Plug an appliance
Code and Unit
into the Module.
Code.
Testing The Appliance Module
Make sure the appliance's switch is on. Plug the Module into the same wall outlet as
your Mini Timer, press the ON and OFF buttons on the Mini Timer that correspond to
the Unit Code setting on the Module. If the Module turns On and Off you can unplug
the Module or Mini Timer and move it to its permanent location. If you can't control the
module, contact www.x10pro.com/support for help.
UNIT CODE
DIAL
1
15
3
13
5
11
7
9
A
O
C
M
E
K
G
I
HOUSE CODE
DIAL
AGC APPLIANCE MODULE
3.
Plug the Module into
the same wall outlet
as your controller (see
testing below).
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