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Woods 59018 In-Wall 7-Day Digital Timer, White

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  • Settings repeat weekly
  • Fits regular single gang switch box
  • Works with lamps, fans and other appliances
  • Easy to install
  • Lowers energy cost
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Product Information

Color Name: White
Technical Details
Part Number 59018
Product Dimensions7.2 x 3.9 x 2.1 inches
OriginChina
Item model number59018
ColorWhite
Material, ,
Voltage125 volts
Item Package Quantity1
Batteries Included?No
Warranty Description1 Year Limited Warranty
  
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Additional Information
ASINB001XCWLW4
Best Sellers Rank #9,590 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableApril 2, 2009
  
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Product Description

Color: White

From the Manufacturer

CCI Woods 59018 In-Wall 7-Day Digital Programmable Timer for Outlet and Appliance, 1-Pack With this simple timer you can come home to a lighted house, wake up to a soft radio, or even put a timer on the video games. You can also use it for bathroom fans, ceiling fans, heaters, carriage lights and fountains. The settings repeat weekly with multiple on and off settings that are easy to set up. It has a self recharging batter back-up in case of power failure and fits in single gang switch box. It is compatible with compact fluorescent bulbs and lowers energy costs. This unit is rated at 120-Volt, 15-Amp, 1800-Watt Resistive 120-Volt,15-Amp, 1800-Watt Tungsten 1HP, 120-Volt, 15-Amp, 1800-Watt Inductive

Product Description

Woods 59018 In-Wall 7-Day Digital Timer, White. Easy to install. Lowers energy cost. Settings repeat weekly. Fits regular single gang switch box. Works with lamps, fans, and other appliances. TOLL FREE HOTLINE, 1-800-561-4321. If you have immediate questions about application, installation, troubleshooting, or a damaged component, please call CCI Consumer product hotline at 1-800-561-4321 or email questions to: consumer.service@colemancable.com. The Woods (R) brand is a registered trademark of Coleman Cable Inc.

Important Information

Bulb Voltage
125 Volts

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Customer Reviews

Easy to install and very easy to program.
M. Garner
The installation guide and instructions were easy to understand.
Rocket Scientist
Bought this one to replace it, and it works great.
Joey R. Sackett

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

24 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Peter D. Mar on December 12, 2009
Color Name: White Verified Purchase
I've purchased this seven day electronic timer to use on my front porch light. The installation of this device requires three wire connections. It requires the white wire or neutral as well as the hot and switch leg. The green wire is to be connected to the electrical outlet box and is optional. I was fortunate with my installation that there is a neutral wire in the box. Otherwise, I would had to install the neutral wire in the outlet box before I can use this timer. The timer has its own rechargeable battery backup. This device uses an actual relay to do the switching on and off, so it is compatible with all loads whether it be compact fluorescent lighting or motor loads up to 15 amps. This device is kind of bulky that it requires quite a lot of space inside the electrical box. It occupies up to 1 5/8 inch in depth or about the same as a GFCI device.

The timer is fairly easy to program. First you have to set the clock by lifting the cover that happened to be the push button for the light switch by prying it up with a small screwdriver. Once you have it open, press and hold the clock button until it starts blinking. When that happens, you can press the hour button to advance to the correct hour. Next, do the same for the minutes. Finally set the week day. Next, press and hold the timer button to set the time when you want the light to come on and off. Repeat this, if you want the light to come on at different time on another day. Otherwise just leave it on one day setting. Using just the first day setting. The timer will turn on and off the light the same time every day.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By NJmike on February 18, 2013
Color Name: White
I have not seen the circuit diagram of the module content but I presume the load is controlled by an SCR (silicon controlled rectifier). Having said that, the heavier the load, the shorter the timer life since the timer is rated for 15A and 1,800 watts. Keep in mind the type of load and the surge currents can shorten the life of the timer considerably. The one year warranty specified by the manufacturer is based on "worst case" load usage.

If used to switch high efficiency bulbs (CFL), say four or less, I think it is safe to say that the timer will last forever...as much as 10 years or more. There again, if you are controlling a heavy load, it will probably last a year or so. It all depends how the timer is used.

Should the settings be changed because of daylight savings time? Probably not because of the delicate buttons and the hassle of making the change. Savings of $3.00 for six months per unit (depending on the load) can be realized if the reprogramming is done but I do not recommend making this change. The usage of the timer with incandesced, old fashioned, lamps will also shorten the timer life because of the high transient, inrush currents.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By tech-savvy on July 24, 2010
Color Name: Light Almond
Had a couple of these timers installed for approx 2 months, and after a power outage, they simply failed to turn the lights on, even in the manual-override mode (yes, I checked whether the light bulbs were burnt out or not). Turns out, there was mega-ohms of resistance through the wires when the device was turned on in manual mode; something burnt out in both of my timers. Returned to the store, and purchased a different brand.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Charles on January 23, 2011
Color Name: White Verified Purchase
Before purchasing this wall switch timer, I would have to leave the light on all day while at work.
I leave for work while it is still dark out, and this time of year, I don't get back til after it's dark again.
Not only was I wasting electricity, but shortening the life of the light bulb by leaving it on all day M-F.

Since I installed the programmable switch, I can now have exterior light when I leave in the morning, and again when I return, without leaving the light on all day long.

I would estimate that in a matter of just a couple months, this timer will have paid for itself.

In my case, the only negative mark I would give this item is the small, hard to read LCD display.
For me, I must provide direct light (such as a flashlight) and then kneel to obtain the optimal viewing angle for standard wall switch height placement.
Perhaps the manufacturer will see this review, and consider developing a back-lit version for easier viewing.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Bill T on December 7, 2010
Color Name: White Verified Purchase
I purchased three of these Woods timers in November 2010. While installation instructions were clear, I chose to use an electrician. He had all three installed in about 45 minutes. I did the programming. It is important to follow the instructions exactly; otherwise, you will have to start over and may need to push the reset button, which I had to do on one of the units. All three units functioned perfectly out of the box. However, programming keys are pretty small and for older eyes such as mine, a magnifying glass and high intensity flashlight were helpful. I'm using the timers with CFL outside lights and so far they are working well.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Geo on May 16, 2012
Color Name: Light Almond Verified Purchase
I purchased this wall timer to time my garage outside lights. I installed it @ 12/2011. This is 5/2012 and this time has did a slow burn over time. I had a problem with it today and had to remove it. Upon doing so I notices black powder like flash marks on back of wall plate and timer itself. In the past my wife would say I smell something burning. Well it was evidently the timer. So I caution all of you to beware of this product as this could have been a serious problem. There are times a slow burn will not trip the breaker.
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