Wall Plug Timer Switches

R119 - R290


18% SALE


A digital or mechanical timer is a helpful addition in the process of automating your grow space. The timer can be used to control light hours of your lights or for an automated irrigation system. 

Using a timer makes it easier to be away from your grow space, while at the same time ensuring your plants are getting what they need, when they need it.


Mechanical Timer


  • Weekly programming with 2 hour interval
  • Programming the timer is a simple and quick procedure
  • Control loads up 3500 watts
  • Time duration for the required working time of appliance can be set by pushing  the individual black slices down (surrounding the marked face of the timer)
  • Real time can be set by turning the disc in the direction of the arrow until the marked point indicates the current time


  • IEC60730 Safety Standard
  • Input: 230V AC 50Hz
  • MAX Load: 16A, 3680W
  • Min setting time: 2 Hours
  • 6 month limited warranty

Digital Timer 


  • Has a total of 8 on/off programs with 1min interval
  • 8 Buttons for easy operation with large LCD screen with real time display
  • 24 Hour and 7 Day programming reset function for switching loads up to 3500 watts
  • Built-in rechargeable Ni-MH battery to maintain the real time clock and programmed times when there is a power failure
  • Override mode with: Manual on, Auto and manual off for ease of use i.e. useful at the end of a grow/during maintenance


  • MAX Load: 16A, 3680W
  • Min setting time: 1 min
  • Accuracy: +-1 min per month
  • Battery Backup: NIMH 1.2V > 100hours
  • Operating temperature: -10°C to +40°C
  • IEC60730 Safety Standard
  • Voltage: 230V AC 50Hz
  • Instruction manual included 
  • 1 year limited warranty


Note: You will need a contact relay with a timer if you plan to use HPS lights as the inrush(to switch the lights on) is very high and will damage your timer.


Should I get a mechanical or digital timer?

Both mechanical and digital timers are accurate but their are some advantages and disadvantage for each. The digital timer can only set 8 on & off programs, where the mechanical one can set one every 15min. The digital timer will remember its time & setting when the power goes out however, the mechanicals clock will need to be recalibrated. 

Can I run an HPS light off a wall timer alone?

No, you will need a contact relay to handle the inlet surge created by the HPS lights on start up. We recommend the contact relay with an inbuilt timer: Contactor Timer - 5 plugs.