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Titan Apollo 9 Two Outlet Digital Timer


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Brand: Titan Controls
Item #: 734105
UPC: 870883006105
The Apollo 9 - 24 hour digital timer is the perfect timing solution for your hydro systems.  With two outlets and a 15 amp capacity, its easy to set to run your lights, pumps, fans, etc.  The Apollo 9 may be set to 1 minute intervals and run 8 separate schedules per day.  The Apollo 9 can be configured in numerous timing schedules to meet the most demanding timing requirements.
  • Two (2) outlets.
  • 1 minute intervals.
  • Battery back-up feature saves settings in case of power failure.
  • Heavy duty construction.
  • Easy to use & simple to operate.
  • Plastic enclosure resists dust and moisture.
  • Only the highest quality components are used.
  • Runs lights, pumps, fans, etc.
  • 15 Amps/120 Volts/60 Hz./1800 Watts.
  • 1 year warranty.
  • Helpful hint: If not functioning properly, plug in for 5 minutes and press the reset button. This generally fixes any problem.

Important:  Not recommended for use with digital/electronic ballasts. Digital ballasts have a huge initial in-rush of power (from 10 to 40 times the input power) when they strike the bulb. This initial power surge wreaks havoc on the timer.  The contactors inside the timer are small and can be adversely effected by this power surge. The best answer to this situation is to consider using the Apollo 4 to run your ballast. It has a heavy duty relay built into the Apollo 4 that is intended to handle a power load like this from ballasts.

Tech Tips

Q = I'm having problems programming the Apollo 9, what do I do?

A = Push the little recessed button on the right hand side of the timer. You can use either a toothpick or paperclip to easily push the button.  After you've done this, the timer is set back to factory condition.  You'll need to reset your current time, programs and settings on the timer to make it work correctly.

Q =  There is a black dot on the bottom right hand side of the display what does it do?

A =  It has no purpose regarding the functionality of the device.  It is intended for use at the factory to identify the Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) being used in the product.

Q =  What is the blinking circle on the front of the display for?

A =  It doesn't provide any useful purpose to the timer.  This circle is only to test the functionality of the display after manufacturing to determine if the timer is working correctly.

Q =  The Apollo 9 doesn't turn on or off on the correct days or at the programmed time?

A: When you are initially programming the device, make sure that you have the days of the week you want the timer "ON" identified across the top of the display.  Conversely, verify that you have the days of the week that you want the device 'OFF' noted across the top of the screen.  Also, you need to set each 'ON' and 'OFF' time for each program so your equipment will activate and deactivate according to your settings.

Q = I want to run electronic/digital ballasts on the Apollo 9.  I won't exceed 1000 watts.  Is this okay?

A: Not recommended!  Digital ballasts have a huge initial in-rush of power (from 10 to 40 times the input power) when they strike the bulb. This initial power surge wreaks havoc on the timer.  The contactors inside the timer are small and can be adversely effected by this power surge.  The best answer to this situation is to consider using the Apollo 4 to run your ballast.  It has a heavy duty relay built into the Apollo 4 that is intended to handle a power load like this from ballasts.

Q = Can I set my Apollo 9 to run two separate timing schedules?

A = No, the Apollo 9 runs the same timing schedule for both outputs.




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