How to Adjust the Hoyme Timer Adaptor.
GRASSIN INTERVAL TIMER CENTER PIN SETTINGS
FOR THE HMI HOYME TIMER ADAPTORS
In addition to the white pins on the periphery which may be pulled outwards to override normal circuit settings, there is another pin (switch) located in the centre of the timer face as shown by the Red Arrow.
There are three positions for the centre pin. The normal position is in the ‘middle’. In this position the timer will operate as it should. Each white pin extended outwards on the periphery represents 15 minutes each of current control.
The centre pin placed in the up ‘ I ‘ position will cause the timer to act as if all the white pins were extended.
The centre pin in the down ‘ 0 ’ position will cause the timer to act as if there we no pins extended.
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trippers (white pins on the periphery)
to the outer ring position for the entire period
that the load is to be turned ON, i.e., fifteen minutes
for each tripper on the 24-hour dial. When the tripper is
pushed to the inside, the switch is in the OFF
MINUTE HAND CLOCKWISE. DO NOT SET
THE TIME BY ROTATING “OUTER” DIAL.
dial is aligned with the triangle marker on the inner
dial (two o'clock position).
Example for 24-hour program dial 10:30 AM. Turn
the minute hand clockwise until 10:30 AM is aligned
with the triangle on the inner dial. The hour and the
minute dial will show exactly 10:30.
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