Pool Timer Replacement Now Available
SwimmingPoolTimeSwitch.com goes live with its newly designed ecommerce website selling a variety of pool timers. Owned by Precision Multiple Controls, Inc. based in New Jersey, the redesigned website targets pool owners and contractors in need of new and replacement pool filter timers.
The new website provides a smooth purchase process and allows customers to easily find the high quality, lower priced Precision replacement model for their Intermatic®, Tork®, or Paragon® timer.
Given the sharp increase in smartphone and tablet usage, the new website was built with a responsive theme which optimizes the viewing on any device both large and small. Other key features include automatic UPS rate lookup, and free shipping for all orders over $49.
Additionally, contractors can take advantage of the discounted 6-pack. Pool timers available include: General Purpose 24-Hour Pool Timer Switch with Non-Corrosive Enclosure, Two-In-One Swimming Pool Timer Switches with Non-Corrosive Enclosure, General Purpose 24 Hour Timer Switch with Heater Delay Circuit (Fireman’s Switch), and Timer Switch Mechanism Only.
Snaps into Intermatic®, Tork® or Paragon® pool timer enclosures, no tools or hardware required. Just three Precision compatible brackets allow direct replacement in all NEMA I and NEMA III enclosures of all popular models.
Please refer to the chart on the website to find the correct model. You have the choice of voltage (120 or 240), Switch Type (SPST, DPST, SPDT).
Precision Multiple Controls, Inc. does NOT manufacture or sell Intermatic®, Paragon®, or Tork® timers. We (Precision) manufacture and sell our own timers with compatible brackets that allow our timers to fit directly into our competitors’ enclosures.
The safest and easiest way to turn the power off is to switch off the appropriate breaker in the electrical distribution panel box. Before removing timer, mark wires as to what number terminals they are on & disconnect them. It is most important to mark the wires or if color coded, to note where each wire came from. Each terminal board has numbers on their screw terminals and these should match the manufacturer’s electrical label on the inside of the front enclosure door. Note line, load and neutral terminals and wires.
To remove the timer from the enclosure depress the spring at top of timer, tilt out at a 45° angle and lift out.
For more information please visit SwimmingPoolTimeSwitch.com