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Swylite LST100-W Single Event Digital In-Wall Timer Switch, White

by Swylite
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  • Controls indoor or outdoor loads, including fans and appliances
  • Easy to install, program and operate
  • Set & Forget - events permanently stored in memory
  • Large, easy to read LCD clock and readout
  • Works with compact fluorescent lamps, Conserves energy - saves money
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Product Description

Saving energy will save you money by installing an LST100 digital in-wall timer switch as a replacement for your standard indoor wall switch. It automatically controls your lights, holiday lights or appliances ON and OFF the same time every day. The LST100 provides one (1) ON/OFF event every 24-hour with a minimum ON/OFF time of 1 minute (16 minutes for Variable Mode) for accurate load control. Just set the timer and go, you will never leave the lights on again. The LST100 can also serve as an anti-theft deterrent by giving a home a lived in look while homeowners are on vacation by turning lights ON and OFF. The timer is designed to provide cost-effective lighting and appliance control anywhere inside or outside the home and installs easily in single or multiple-gang wall boxes. The LST100 has a large, external Manual Override Switch, requires no tools to program or operate, never needs batteries, is easy to install and can be programmed in less than 5 minutes. It also incorporates internal self-protecting surge voltage protection against most power spikes. The LST100 has a built-in 1-60 Minute Count-Down Timer (factory preset @ 10 min.) feature that can keep the light or fan ON while exiting the house or room and automatically turns the light or fan OFF without any user-programming or automatic timer setting interference. The LST100 control loads from 1 - 625 watts and controls most low wattage CFL & LED bulbs effortlessly. Single-pole or 3-Way installation. Rating: 110-125 VAC, 60 Hz, neutral line required. Load: 15 Amp Resistive, 5A Inductive, 625 Watts Incandescent, 1/2 HP motors. Internal Surge Protection: Self-Protecting against 1000 V Transient Voltage Spikes. Storage Temperature: -4°F to +158° (-20°C to +70°C).Operating Temperature: +14°F to +131°F (-10°C to +55°C). 5% - 95% Relative Humidity, Non-Condensing. ETL CUS Listed, Conforms to UL STD 60730-1A & 60730-2-7, Certified to CAN/CSA E60730-1 & E730-2-7. Indoor installation only. MADE IN USA

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Saving energy will save you money by installing an LST100-W digital in-wall timer switch as a replacement for your standard indoor wall switch. It automatically controls your lights, holiday lights or appliances ON and OFF the same time every day. The LST100 provides one (1) ON/OFF event every 24-hour with a minimum ON/OFF time of 1 minute (16 minutes for Variable Mode) for accurate load control. Just set the timer and go, you will never leave the lights on again. The LST100 can also serve as an anti-theft deterrent by giving a home a lived in look while homeowners are on vacation by turning lights ON and OFF. The timer is designed to provide cost-effective lighting and appliance control anywhere inside or outside the home and installs easily in single or multiple-gang wall boxes. The LST100 has a large, external Manual Override Switch, requires no tools to program or operate, never needs batteries, is easy to install and can be programmed in less than 5 minutes. It also incorporates internal self-protecting surge voltage protection against most power spikes. The LST100 has a built-in 1-60 Minute Count-Down Timer (factory preset at 10 minute) feature that can keep the light or fan ON while exiting the house or room and automatically turns the light or fan OFF without any user-programming or automatic timer setting interference. The LST100 control loads from 1-625 watts and controls most low wattage CFL and LED bulbs effortlessly. Storage Temperature: -4 Degree Fahrenheit to +158 Degree (-20 Degree Celsius to +70 Degree Celsius). Operating Temperature: +14 Degree Fahrenheit to +131 Degree Fahrenheit (-10 Degree Celsius to +55 Degree Celsius). 5 percent-95 percent Relative Humidity, Non-Condensing. ETL CUS Listed, Conforms to UL STD 60730-1A and 60730-2-7, Certified to CAN/CSA E60730-1 and E730-2-7. Indoor installation only. MADE IN USA.

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Technical Details
Part Number 6600-0004
Item Weight4.8 ounces
Product Dimensions1.6 x 1.5 x 4.1 inches
Item model numberLST100
ColorWhite
Power SourceAC
Voltage120 volts
Item Package Quantity1
  
Additional Information
ASINB000KQL2MO
Best Sellers Rank #542,166 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight4.8 ounces
Date First AvailableSeptember 14, 2004
  
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120 Volts

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41 of 44 people found the following review helpful By Tiger VINE VOICE on May 4, 2006
I had mixed results and can only recommend to proceed with informed caution. There are unique positives to be considered as well.

First, the unit has a 7W minimum load, which is quite low compared to some competing brands that require a 40W minimum load. So if you have compact flourescents, this is one of a few that will work on such a small load. Others don't actualy cut off all the power and rely on the "load" to supply the resistence. My lights flickered even when off with competing brands. A single compact flourescent worked fine on this time with the tiny minimum load. However, I recommend that if you have any problems, throw a 40W incandescent bulb in and see if the problem goes away.

Second, the wires stick out the the right-side, which can be very difficult to work with compared to competing brands that stick out the back. If you have a tight box, planning on placing it on the right-side, or if you have other bulky switches (like other timers or dimmers) to the right of this, you might have signficiant trouble. If you have to force it, that could cause it to malfunction. I really wish the wires came out the back.

Third, Swylite's customer service is oustanding, responsive, and helpful if you have any technical problems. Unfortunately I did have trouble with two units I had purchased. At the first sign of faulty behavior on one of the two units (just a few days after installation) I had contacted Swylite through email. They promptly replied as we exchanged a few emails and quickly offered to sent out a replacement at no cost. Eventually the specific unit quicky deteriorated and significantly misbehaved, but since they did quickly replace that, let's consider that nicely resolved.
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By MJS81 on November 14, 2007
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I've gotten several switch timers over the years and this has proven to be about the best that I've found in terms of ease of programming and reliability. I've had two installed for well over a year now without any problems and recently added two more. The installation is pretty straightforward, just hook up the wires like any similar hardwired item. Programming is self-explanatory ... as is evident by the fact that I can figure out how to reprogram every six months with day-light-savings-time. Some other models can be a major hassle to figure out how to program especially after the instructions are long gone, but this one is easy to figure out. Too, it's nice being able to easily turn on or off the switch out-of-cycle just by flipping the toggle switch. I have another Levitron switch and it will automatically revert back to the program after 15 minutes which can be a hassle.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Larns on June 20, 2007
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I installed one of these in July, 2006 (about a year ago now), and I have been extremely pleased with the results.

It has been very reliable, and has worked flawlessly with my outdoor lighting. As a plus, it looks great. I use it with traditional CFLs.

It was very easy to install. However, if you have a tight switch box, it will take some pushing and juggling, as it is physically bigger than a three-way switch. However, since the LST100 was my replacement for a non-CFL-compatable wall timer, it was just a drop-in for me.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By David Kieras on October 1, 2006
Bought one last March, installed it shortly thereafter to replace the last in a series of Intermatic units that only lasted a few years until the main on-off switch became worn and difficult to operate. Sorry to say, this unit's on-off switch began to become unreliable after a couple of months - the light would flash on and off, with the light staying on in either position of the switch, and as often as not, triggering the 10-min auto-off mode instead of the regular turn-on. It finally ended up so touchy that tapping the wall with a fingertip would cause the light to flash madly on and off. Judging from another reviewer, looks like quality control leaves something to be desired.

It was also excruciating to install because the body was absolutely as large as allowable and the wires left the body in the worst possible place.

I just replaced it with the current version of the Intermatic that shows slight hints of a redesign, and so maybe will last longer than its predecessors.
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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Mildewman on September 23, 2006
This product, according to at least two Swylite employees, requires an electrician to install it if the current three-way switch has three wires (as many do) because the Swylite product has four wires. The three wires for a three way switch is a standard enough set up that the competitors to this product all have three wires for an easy drop in replacement. Why Swylite does not support that setup easily is beyond me. If there is an easy answer, they did not provide it in my two phone calls or three emails to them, and actually told me that the Swylite is not a drop in replacement for many three ways.

If I chose not to hire the electrician (so much for an easy product) I was told I could return it. I chose the latter, and Swylite (who apparently is a Builder Depot partner) tried to charge return shipping and a restock fee - despite the fact that they advertise this product as easy to use, and that it supports three-way usage. I have filed a dispute with my credit card based on Swylite's claims of three-way usage and ease of use.

I wanted this product to work. I tried to make it do so. But Swylite was not helpful, and the product is apparently not devised for easy use in a three-way setup with three wires. Since it does not work at all for what I purchased it for, and does not match the way it is advertised (standard three way does not work), I am compelled to give it a rating of 1.

This product is being replaced by the Intermatic SS8 (hopefully more reliable than the SS7). Since I like the compact fluorescent lights, I really have no other options, and the SS8 is a three-wire switch for an easy drop in replacement.

EDIT: The Intermatic installed easily and has more features than the Swylite. I am happy it worked out this way.
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