from an electrical surge. Runs off the large feeder battery so it never requires an extra battery to maintain its function. Works with either 6 or 12 volt systems. Tiners use 10 amp fuse. Timer Dimensions: 4″ x 4″ x 1″. Our timers work with both 6v and 12 v power sources. The battery life indicator on the timer shows 6 v or 12 v on the LED screen. If the battery power drops to 6v the timer LED indicator can show FULL, but it is 6v not 12 v. The 12 v motor will not turn with only 6v of power. Replace your battery with a hot 12 v battery and press the test button. If the unit is functioning properly your motor will spin and your LED indicator will now ready 12 v. We recommend using a Solar Panel on your battery. In extreme cold conditions the battery can lose charge even with the solar panel connected. Make sure Solar Panel is kept as clan as possible for optimum charging capability. Under the Program Button the Deer Feeder Timer there is a small hole/button that is you RESET BUTTON. Timers are electronics and subject to occasional glitches due to electrical surges or an absence of electric power. Environmental issues also have an effect on electronics. Extreme cold and hot temperatures can cause electronics to temporarily malfunction. When the ambient temperature is not extreme, plug timer into an appropriate power source/battery. Depress the RESET BUTTON with a pin, tooth pick, or other pointed object that will fit the hole/button for 5 seconds. Allow the timer to re-boot to its original programming. Reset the programmed times you want it to feed and test it for its full range of functions again. In most instances, you will find that this will allow the deer feeder timer to resume normal operating functions.
|5 × 5 × 1 cm