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07/31/2014
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Synchronizer

Product No.: 15511BK

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$34.00

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Finish Black
Input Voltage 12 AC
Length (English) 1.25 in
Length (Metric) 32 mm
Width (English) 1.625 in

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Synchronize all transformers used in a landscape setting so they turn on and off at the same time. This is pretty cool. It sends control signals out over your landscape wiring so you can have all your transformers switch on and off according to the controls on just one (master) transformer. The master transformer can be controlled by photo sensors, timers, manual switches, whatever you like. Simply connect the output of that master transformer to the input of the synchronizer, which plugs into the timer receptacle on each slave transformer. Each slave transformer needs a synchronizer, which takes the place of the timer for that transformer. So, if you have one master transformer and you want it to control 3 other slave transformers, you'll need 3 synchronizers, one for each slave. You can wire the synchronizers directly to the master transformer output (jumper wire not included,) or you can tap off your landscape wiring remotely. Save time by not having to mess with multiple timers. Save money by not having to buy multiple timers and photo cells.

Click Documentation Tab nearby for complete instructions. They tell you what gauge wire is acceptable, depending on how you are wiring your synchronizers.

This is way easier than synchronizing your smart phone to your computer, and your friends will be awed by your technical prowess. If you're going to use fancy LED landscape lights, you gotta get them in sync. Get wired!

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Synchronize all transformers used in a landscape setting so they turn on and off at the same time. This is pretty cool. It sends control signals out over your landscape wiring so you can have all your transformers switch on and off according to the controls on just one (master) transformer. The master transformer can be controlled by photo sensors, timers, manual switches, whatever you like. Simply connect the output of that master transformer to the input of the synchronizer, which plugs into the timer receptacle on each slave transformer. Each slave transformer needs a synchronizer, which takes the place of the timer for that transformer. So, if you have one master transformer and you want it to control 3 other slave transformers, you'll need 3 synchronizers, one for each slave. You can wire the synchronizers directly to the master transformer output (jumper wire not included,) or you can tap off your landscape wiring remotely. Save time by not having to mess with multiple timers. Save money by not having to buy multiple timers and photo cells.

Click Documentation Tab nearby for complete instructions. They tell you what gauge wire is acceptable, depending on how you are wiring your synchronizers.

This is way easier than synchronizing your smart phone to your computer, and your friends will be awed by your technical prowess. If you're going to use fancy LED landscape lights, you gotta get them in sync. Get wired!
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Finish Black
Input Voltage 12 AC
Length (English) 1.25 in
Length (Metric) 32 mm
Width (English) 1.625 in
Width (Metric) 41.3 mm
Height (English) 3.38 in
Height (Metric) 85.9 mm
Rating UL, CSA
Manufacturer Kichler
Warranty 5+ years
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