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Thread: anyone use a T101P3 timer?

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    anyone use a T101P3 timer?

    I'm looking at the Intermatic T101P3 and see pics of it but don't see how/where the outlet is on it.

    Does this have a standard outlet or does a device have to be hard wired to the timer?
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    Re: anyone use a T101P3 timer?

    No, that doesn't come with an outlet. It is designed to have something hardwired to it. You could install an outlet that is wired to the timer easily enough.
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    Re: anyone use a T101P3 timer?

    I picked up an Intermatic Digital timer model HB800RCH at HD. It has two receptacles and rated 15A and 1800w. Haven't installed it yet but, has plenty of program options.
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    Re: anyone use a T101P3 timer?

    I have an Intermatic timer, don't remember the model # off the top of my head, but it's 15a too. I didn't realize when I had ordered it that my pump uses 16a so I need something that can handle more.
    24' x 52" AGP = 13.5k gallons
    Dynamo 2.0 HP pump,Sand Dollar sand filter
    Polaris 65 vacuum (good when there are a ton of leaves on bottom), Pool Rover Jr. (LOVE it, but power box dead right now), AquaCritter (an excellent suction side cleaner)

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