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GE Sun Smart 7-Day On/Off Plug-In Digital Timer with Random Security Feature

by GE

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  • Seven on/off settings per day
  • Ideal for lamps, seasonal lighting, appliances and electronics.
  • Delivers convenient automation for lamps, seasonal lighting, appliances and electronics
  • SunSmart option - automatically adjusts when there is a daylight saving time change in your area
  • Random security feature
  • 1 Polarized Outlet - Automate two lamps or electronic devices with ease
  • 7 Day Programmable
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Product Information

Technical Details
Item Weight2.4 ounces
Product Dimensions2.3 x 4.8 x 6.8 inches
Item model number15402
Power SourceCorded-Electric
Item Package Quantity1
  
Additional Information
ASINB007BJUKVM
Best Sellers Rank #450,962 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight2.4 ounces
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableMarch 6, 2012
  
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Product Description

Regulate your energy costs and keep your home secure with the GE SunSmart 7-Day Digital Timer. Delivering convenient automation for lamps, seasonal lighting, appliances and electronics, the timer features a 7-day programmable cycle. SunSmart option provides sunset and sunrise times for easy setting − adjusts automatically when there is a daylight saving time change in your area. Automate a light or device using easy preset options or custom settings for each day of the week − programmable to the minute. CFL, LED, incandescent lighting and more can be plugged into the timer's outlet. Simply set it and forget it!

Customer Reviews

They are a real pain to program.
I tell it like it is
I wish I could get a full refund - unfortunately, I destroyed the packaging.
Donald Collup
I plugged it in overnight and still nothing, no numbers.
catsrcool

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By James Packer on October 24, 2012
I picked one of these up at the local Home Depot for my mother's residence. She wanted some lamps to come on at sundown and shut off after she went to bed. This fits the bill. I programmed it to come on at sundown and off about 11:00PM. You can use sunup, sundown or a specific time for setpoints. It also has a random function. There is a total of seven programs available.

Initial setup isn't too bad, but you should have the time, date and your local sunrise & sunset times (weather.com) handy for the day you set it up to fine tune the timer after selecting your latitude (northern, central, southern, Alaska, Hawaii). Where I'm at high noon occurs at 1:45PM during DST and 12:45 during standard time, so the ability to tweak the factory settings is nice for me.

Like I said, programming the on/off times is a little tedious and hard to understand until you get the hang of it. It has a battery backup, so you won't lose the program during a power failure and you don't have to have it plugged in to program it which makes it easier since the display is a little hard to read when plugged into an outlet near the floor.

They also make a wall switch replacement version of this which is very similar. I like that one too.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By I tell it like it is on June 28, 2013
After being overly thrilled with Honeywells in wall sunset / sunrise timers, I ventured out for an outlet timer for a few lamps. Tried mechanical, too darn noisy. I really liked sunset / sunrise feature. Tried these timers. Sorry I did.

They are a real pain to program. Once going through the program cycle, you have a 50/50 chance that the programming sticks. If it does, sometimes the light won't turn on. Sometimes it turns on, but won't turn off. Go in an verify programming, it resets itself. Sometimes it shows all programming that you want, yet it still doesn't function.

Folks, I am talking simple sunset / sunrise programming on one and sunset / midnight on the other. I am not trying some elaborate programming on / off, on / off five minutes after ten o-clock news, on / off after my 2am snack, etc.

Steer clear, trust me. Unfortunately, in the product offerings for outlet sunset / sunrise timers, there isn't much to chose from.

Leviton seems to make a nice timer if the battery issues have been resolved. I will check and advise. -out-

Purchase again? NO NO NO
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Marky on April 1, 2013
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I needed a lamp timer that has the capability of adjusting itself to "sundown" patterns. Don't really love the design/look of this device, not exactly pretty (I don't think Steve Jobs would have approved it). But it is pretty easy to program. Note that, when I programmed the hemisphere that I live in, the timer then automatically knows the dusk/dawn times for that global region. For some reason its pre-programmed times weren't accurate -- so you have to go back in, to manually enter dusk/dawn times. (But watch out, if you want to go back in to recheck the dusk/dawn settings, as the device resets those dusk/dawn times, each time you go in to check it! It took me many goes around, to figure out why the dusk/dawn times kept on resetting, every time I went back in to confirm it -- LOL.)
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Jerry Girardi on March 18, 2013
I love this thing. I've got 6 Sunsmart timers now. No more running around adjusting to changing sunsets & it doesn't lose settings if power goes off. My only complaint is it's a bit difficult to cut on & off manually if you need the light during offhours.
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