Timeguard 4 Hour Boost Timer & Fused Spur

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About this product

Overview

  • Up to 4 on times can be selected: 1, 2, 3 and 4 hours
  • Automatic timer countdown selection to fail safe OFF
  • Easy push button selection with clear LED output status

Product overview

• Up to 4 on times can be selected: 1, 2, 3 and 4 hours
• Automatic timer countdown selection to fail safe OFF
• Easy push button selection with clear LED output status
• Replaces existing single gang connection unit or fixed appliance outlets
• Provides timed output protected by a BS1362 fuse switch
• Ideal for immersion and room heaters automatically switching off at end of time period set
• Fits a standard flush or surface mount BS wall box min. 25mm deep
• Typical applications such as immersion heaters, room heaters, heated mirrors, towel rails and selected lighting applications

BoostMaster Fused Spur Countdown Switches now added to the range providing timed output protected by a BS1362 fuse switch. Automatic timed countdown selections to a fail safe OFF using simple push button programming with clear LED output status. Simply replace existing single gang connection units or fixed appliance outlets.

Specification

Specifications
Timer Mode Boost
Setting Type Digital
Contact Type Normally open
Operating Voltage 230V AC
Switch Rating 230V AC 13A resistive, 5A inductive, 1000W incandescent, 1000W halogen, 500W fluorescent,
100W compact fluorescent, 200W LED
Operating Temperature 0 to 40ºC
Wall Box Minimum depth 25mm
EC Directives Conforms to Latest Directives
Dimensions (mm) Width 85, Height 85, Depth 31

Is this ok for fitting in bathroom ........what zone rating please

Asked by: Dave
This is not suitable for bathroom use.
Answered by: Dale
Date published: 2017-09-30

Hi, Is this a single or double pole switch? Thanks,

Asked by: Jon1234
The timer is single pole, the mechanical switch is double-pole. As per http://www.timeguard.com/media/2842/FBT4_FBT5_Instructs_135x85_issue3.pdf . The mechanical switch is downstream from the timer (mechanical towards the appliance, electronic towards the supply), therefore the mechanical switching overrides the timer. For safety of the owner, this is a double-pole device, for the assurance of the appliance you might confer with the appliance manufacturer as to whether they'd approve the use of the single-pole timer for control.
Answered by: Richard
Date published: 2017-09-14
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