1-Zone
Timer

Instructions

Easy to follow product instructions for your 1-Zone Electronic Hose Timer (TMOZ)

Instructions

Electronic 1-Zone Timer

Easy to follow product instructions for your 1-Zone Electronic Hose Timer (TMOZ)

Instructions

Electronic 1-Zone Timer

Easy to follow product instructions for your 1-Zone Electronic Hose Timer (TMOZ)

Congratulations on your purchase of a Ray Padula 1-Zone electronic timer! Follow these instructions to properly program and use your timer. These instructions apply to the RP-TMOZ timer, pictured below.

Note: Depending on where you purchased your timer, the "RP-" prefix may be substituted.

Congratulations on your purchase of a Ray Padula 1-Zone electronic timer! Follow these instructions to properly program and use your timer. These instructions apply to the RP-TMOZ timer, pictured below.

Note: Depending on where you purchased your timer, the "RP-" prefix may be substituted.

Congratulations on your purchase of a Ray Padula 1-Zone electronic timer! Follow these instructions to properly program and use your timer. These instructions apply to the RP-TMOZ timer, pictured below.

Note: Depending on where you purchased your timer, the "RP-" prefix may be substituted.

Getting to Know Your Timer

Getting to Know Your Timer

Getting to Know Your Timer

Let's become familiar with your new timer before programming and first use.

A. EZGrip swivel coupling for easy faucet attachment
B. Crisp LCD display screen
C. Dial position indicator arrow
D. Manual watering ON/OFF button
E. Battery tray (rear of timer)
F. "+" button
G. "-" button
H. Control dial
I. Rain delay button
J. Hose connection outlet

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Let's become familiar with your new timer before programming and first use.

A. EZGrip swivel coupling
B. Crisp LCD display screen
C. Dial position indicator arrow
D. Manual watering ON/OFF button
E. Battery tray (rear of timer)
F. "-" button
G. "+" button
H. Control dial
I. Rain delay button
J. Hose connection outlet

Let's become familiar with your new timer before programming and first use.

A. EZGrip swivel coupling for easy faucet attachment
B. Crisp LCD display screen
C. Dial position indicator arrow
D. Manual watering ON/OFF button
E. Battery tray (rear of timer)
F. "-" button
G. "+" button
H. Control dial
I. Rain delay button
J. Hose connection outlet

Installing the Batteries

Your timer requires two AA (1.5V) batteries (not included). Batteries must be installed prior to programming.

Installing the Batteries

Your timer requires two AA (1.5V) batteries (not included). Batteries must be installed prior to programming.

Installing the Batteries

Your timer requires two AA (1.5V) batteries (not included). Batteries must be installed prior to programming.

1. Remove the battery tray from the back of the timer by gently sliding it outwards.

2. Insert two AA (1.5V) alkaline batteries and re-insert the tray into the timer.

NOTE:
• Replace batteries when low battery icon flashes.
• Do not mix new and old batteries.
• Do not mix standard alkaline batteries and rechargeable batteries.

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1. Remove the battery tray from the back of the timer by gently sliding it outwards.

2. Insert two AA (1.5V) alkaline batteries and re-insert the tray into the timer.

NOTE:
• Replace batteries when low battery icon flashes.
• Do not mix new and old batteries.
• Do not mix standard alkaline batteries and rechargeable batteries.

1. Remove the battery tray from the back of the timer by gently sliding it outwards.

2. Insert two AA (1.5V) alkaline batteries and re-insert the tray into the timer.

NOTE:
• Replace batteries when low battery icon flashes.
• Do not mix new and old batteries.
• Do not mix standard alkaline batteries and rechargeable batteries.

Programming Your Timer

Follow these easy steps to program your timer. For your convenience, your timer may be programmed indoors before attaching to your outdoor faucet.

Programming Your Timer

Follow these easy steps to program your timer. For your convenience, your timer may be programmed indoors before attaching to your outdoor faucet.

Programming Your Timer

Follow these easy steps to program your timer. For your convenience, your timer may be programmed indoors before attaching to your outdoor faucet.

Step 1
SET CLOCK

This will set the current time

• Rotate the dial to SET CLOCK
• Clock display will be in AM or PM
• Press the + or - button to advance or reverse the clock time.

Helpful Hint! Hold down the button to quickly advance.

Step 2
START TIME

This will set the time watering starts

• Rotate the dial to START TIME
• Press the + or - button to set the start time.

Helpful Hint! Hold down the button to quickly advance.

Step 3
HOW LONG

This will set how long the timer waters for

• Rotate the dial to HOW LONG
• Press the + or - button to set the length of watering time (0 to 55 second, or 1 minute to 6 hours)

Step 4
HOW OFTEN

This will set how often the timer waters

• Rotate the dial to HOW OFTEN
• Press the + or - button to set the frequency of watering to come on.
• This allows you to set the program to repeat every 10 or 30 seconds, or 1, 3, 5 minutes or 1, 2, 4, 12 hours, or 1 to 7 days.

Step 5
RUN

• Rotate the dial to RUN
• Timer will turn ON and turn OFF automatically, according to your program.

NOTE: Timer must be in the RUN position to to water.

Congratulations!

Your timer is ready to water. Now, you'll never have to worry about turning ON or turning OFF the sprinkler again.

Step 1
SET CLOCK

This will set the current time

• Rotate the dial to SET CLOCK
• Clock display will be in AM or PM
• Press the + or - button to advance or reverse the clock time.

Helpful Hint! Hold down the button to quickly advance.

Step 2
START TIME

This will set the time watering starts

• Rotate the dial to START TIME
• Press the + or - button to set the start time.

Helpful Hint! Hold down the button to quickly advance.

Step 3
HOW LONG

This will set how long the timer waters for

• Rotate the dial to HOW LONG
• Press the + or - button to set the length of watering time (0 to 55 second, or 1 minute to 6 hours)

Step 4
HOW OFTEN

This will set how often the timer waters

• Rotate the dial to HOW OFTEN
• Press the + or - button to set the frequency of watering to come on.
• This allows you to set the program to repeat every 10 or 30 seconds, or 1, 3, 5 minutes or 1, 2, 4, 12 hours, or 1 to 7 days.

Step 5
RUN

• Rotate the dial to RUN
• Timer will turn ON and turn OFF automatically, according to your program.

NOTE: Timer must be in the RUN position to to water.

Congratulations!

Your timer is ready to water. Now, you'll never have to worry about turning ON or turning OFF the sprinkler again.

Step 1
SET CLOCK

This will set the current time

• Rotate the dial to SET CLOCK
• Clock display will be in AM or PM
• Press the + or - button to advance or reverse the clock time.

Helpful Hint! Hold down the button to quickly advance.

Step 2
START TIME

This will set the time watering starts

• Rotate the dial to START TIME
• Press the + or - button to set the start time.

Helpful Hint! Hold down the button to quickly advance.

Step 3
HOW LONG

This will set how long the timer waters for

• Rotate the dial to HOW LONG
• Press the + or - button to set the length of watering time (0 to 55 second, or 1 minute to 6 hours)

Step 4
HOW OFTEN

This will set how often the timer waters

• Rotate the dial to HOW OFTEN
• Press the + or - button to set the frequency of watering to come on.
• This allows you to set the program to repeat every 10 or 30 seconds, or 1, 3, 5 minutes or 1, 2, 4, 12 hours, or 1 to 7 days.

Step 5
RUN

• Rotate the dial to RUN
• Timer will turn ON and turn OFF automatically, according to your program.

NOTE: Timer must be in the RUN position to to water.

Congratulations!

Your timer is ready to water. Now, you'll never have to worry about turning ON or turning OFF the sprinkler again.

Important Things to Know!

Get the most out of your Ray Padula timer with these additional features. Be sure to read all warnings in the instruction manual included with your timer (and available for download below) prior to use.

Important Things to Know!

Get the most out of your Ray Padula timer with these additional features. Be sure to read all warnings in the instruction manual included with your timer (and available for download below) prior to use.

Important Things to Know!

Get the most out of your Ray Padula timer with these additional features. Be sure to read all warnings in the instruction manual included with your timer (and available for download below) prior to use.

OFF

• Turning the dial to the OFF position to temporarily turn off watering.

• Turn the dial to OFF position to turn off a manual watering cycle. Once watering stops, turn the dial back to RUN for continued automatic watering.

Note: The timer must be in the RUN position to automatically water

MANUAL WATERING

• To water instantly without interrupting the programmed cycle, press the manual ON/OFF button.

• Press the + or - button to adjust from 0 to 240 minutes of watering time.

• To end manual watering, turn the dial to the OFF position. Once watering stops, rotate the dial back to the RUN position.

RAIN DELAY

When rain is in the forecast, a watering delay to the program can be set.

• With the dial in the RUN position, pressing the rain delay button will cause a delay to the program.

• Delays of 0, 24, 48, and 72 hours are possible. Delay times can be changed by pressing the rain delay button again. Delay time chosen will be set within 5 seconds without any further pressing.

• Display will flash between clock and hours remaining before delay ends.

• To remove the delay, turn the dial to OFF, and then back to RUN, or reduce the delay time to 0.

INSTALLATION

Once your timer is programmed, attach to any outdoor faucet, and turn the faucet on. Faucet should remain in the ON position.

Electronic timers should be attached directly to the faucet only, and not to any accessories, sprinklers, or splitters. Some accessories are not designed to remain under pressure for long periods of time, and may burst or leak. This could cause damage to your timer.

OFF

• Turning the dial to the OFF position to temporarily turn off watering.

• Turn the dial to OFF position to turn off a manual watering cycle. Once watering stops, turn the dial back to RUN for continued automatic watering.

Note: The timer must be in the RUN position to automatically water

MANUAL WATERING

• To water instantly without interrupting the programmed cycle, press the manual ON/OFF button.

• Press the + or - button to adjust from 0 to 240 minutes of watering time.

• To end manual watering, turn the dial to the OFF position. Once watering stops, rotate the dial back to the RUN position.

RAIN DELAY

When rain is in the forecast, a watering delay to the program can be set.

• With the dial in the RUN position, pressing the rain delay button will cause a delay to the program.

• Delays of 0, 24, 48, and 72 hours are possible. Delay times can be changed by pressing the rain delay button again. Delay time chosen will be set within 5 seconds without any further pressing.

• Display will flash between clock and hours remaining before delay ends.

• To remove the delay, turn the dial to OFF, and then back to RUN, or reduce the delay time to 0.

INSTALLATION

Once your timer is programmed, attach to any outdoor faucet, and turn the faucet on. Faucet should remain in the ON position.

Electronic timers should be attached directly to the faucet only, and not to any accessories, sprinklers, or splitters. Some accessories are not designed to remain under pressure for long periods of time, and may burst or leak. This could cause damage to your timer.

OFF

• Turning the dial to the OFF position to temporarily turn off watering.

• Turn the dial to OFF position to turn off a manual watering cycle. Once watering stops, turn the dial back to RUN for continued automatic watering.

Note: The timer must be in the RUN position to automatically water

MANUAL WATERING

• To water instantly without interrupting the programmed cycle, press the manual ON/OFF button.

• Press the + or - button to adjust from 0 to 240 minutes of watering time.

• To end manual watering, turn the dial to the OFF position. Once watering stops, rotate the dial back to the RUN position.

RAIN DELAY

When rain is in the forecast, a watering delay to the program can be set.

• With the dial in the RUN position, pressing the rain delay button will cause a delay to the program.

• Delays of 0, 24, 48, and 72 hours are possible. Delay times can be changed by pressing the rain delay button again. Delay time chosen will be set within 5 seconds without any further pressing.

• Display will flash between clock and hours remaining before delay ends.

• To remove the delay, turn the dial to OFF, and then back to RUN, or reduce the delay time to 0.

INSTALLATION

Once your timer is programmed, attach to any outdoor faucet, and turn the faucet on. Faucet should remain in the ON position.

Electronic timers should be attached directly to the faucet only, and not to any accessories, sprinklers, or splitters. Some accessories are not designed to remain under pressure for long periods of time, and may burst or leak. This could cause damage to your timer.

Troubleshooting

Explore answers to some of the most frequently asked electronic timer questions. Still need some help? Feel free to contact us.

Troubleshooting

Explore answers to some of the most frequently asked electronic timer questions. Still need some help? Feel free to contact us.

Troubleshooting

Explore answers to some of the most frequently asked electronic timer questions. Still need some help? Feel free to contact us.

Check if...

• Batteries are installed correctly
• Batteries are low

Check if...

• The dial is in the RUN position
• The faucet is on
• Clock is set to the correct time (including AM and PM)
• Batteries are low
• Rain delay is on
• Start time is set to desired time (including AM and PM)

Check if...

• The watering duration is set to the desired time.
• The manual mode is on.
• There is power, and batteries aren't low.

Check if...

• Batteries are installed correctly
• Batteries are low

Check if...

• The dial is in the RUN position
• The faucet is on
• Clock is set to the correct time (including AM and PM)
• Batteries are low
• Rain delay is on
• Start time is set to desired time (including AM and PM)

Check if...

• The watering duration is set to the desired time.
• The manual mode is on.
• There is power, and batteries aren't low.

Check if...

• Batteries are installed correctly
• Batteries are low

Check if...

• The dial is in the RUN position
• The faucet is on
• Clock is set to the correct time (including AM and PM)
• Batteries are low
• Rain delay is on
• Start time is set to desired time (including AM and PM)

Check if...

• The watering duration is set to the desired time.
• The manual mode is on.
• There is power, and batteries aren't low.

Helpful Hint!

Always make sure the washer is securely in place in the coupling before attaching your timer to the faucet. Washers are designed to prevent leaks by providing a water-tight seal. Filter washers have a unique mesh covering, designed to trap debris preventing accidental damage.

Helpful Hint!

Always make sure the washer is securely in place in the coupling before attaching your timer to the faucet. Washers are designed to prevent leaks by providing a water-tight seal. Filter washers have a unique mesh covering, designed to trap debris preventing accidental damage.

Helpful Hint!

Always make sure the washer is securely in place in the coupling before attaching your timer to the faucet. Washers are designed to prevent leaks by providing a water-tight seal. Filter washers have a unique mesh covering, designed to trap debris preventing accidental damage.

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