Intermatic GM40AVE Owner's Manual

Intermatic Misc Electronics Owner's Manual - GM40AVE.
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To avoid fire, shock, or death, turn off power at circuit breaker and test that power is off 

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before wiring.

Read instructions completely before installation and retain for future reference.

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Observe all national and local electrical and safety codes.

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Disconnect power when servicing or changing loads.

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Alterations or modifications to the device will void the warranty.

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For outdoor locations, rain-tight or wet location conduit hubs that comply with the re-

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quirements of UL 514B Conduit, Tubing, and Cable Fittings, must be used. 

GM40AVE Series General Purpose 

Electronic Commercial Time Switches

To avoid fire, shock, or death, turn off power at the circuit breaker and test that 

1. 

power is off before wiring.

Open door and remove the interior protective cover by releasing the spring 

2. 

latch (see figure 1 below).

Remove the printed circuit board by releasing the spring latch holding the bot-

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tom of the board (see figure 2 below).

Select knockouts to be used. Remove the inner 1/2” knockout by inserting a 

4. 

flathead screwdriver in the slot and carefully punch the knockout loose. Re-

move slug. If 3/4” knockout is required, remove the outer ring with pliers after 

removing the 1/2” knockout. Smooth edge with knife, if necessary.

Place the enclosure in the desired mounting location, and mark the three 

5. 

mounting holes (refer to Figure 3 below for dimensions).  Install the top screw 

first with one of the supplied spacers, and then hang the enclosure by the key-

hole. Drive the remaining two screws at the bottom of the enclosure through 

the mounting holes while passing each screw through one of the supplied 

spacers and in to the wall.

Connect conduit hubs to conduit before connecting the hubs to the enclosure.  

6. 

After inserting hubs into enclosure, carefully tighten hub lock nut. Do not over-

torque. 

Replace printed circuit board making sure to engage spring latch at the bot-

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tom of PCB.

Wire in accordance with national and local electrical and safety codes (see 

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wiring diagrams on page 3).

Grounding: Terminate all ground wires to the ground lug inside the case at the  

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bottom of  the enclosure.

Replace interior protective cover. 

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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS

 

ELECTRICAL RATINGS

  N.O. Contacts:

    40A Resistive @ 120~277VAC

    1HP, 16FLA, 90LRA @ 120VAC

    2HP, 12FLA, 52LRA @ 208~277VAC

    30A Ballast @ 120VAC

    20A Ballast @ 277VAC

    15A Tungsten @ 120VAC
    300VA Pilot Duty 120~240VAC

 

N.C. Contacts:

    30A Resistive @ 120~277VAC

    1HP, 12FLA, 30LRA @ 120VAC

    2HP, 10FLA, 30LRA @ 240VAC

    2A Tungsten @ 120VAC

    10A Ballast @ 277VAC

 

WIRING CONNECTIONS:

    Screw box lug terminals

 

ENVIRONMENTAL RATINGS:

    Operating Temperature Range:   

    –40°F to 131°F (–40°C to 55°C)
    Operating Humidity: 
    10 - 95% RH, non-condensing

 

ENCLOSURE DIMENSIONS:

    8.795” x 6.631” x 2.935” 

             (H x W x D)

 

SHIPPING WEIGHT: 

    2 lbs.

 

AGENCY APPROVALS: 

    UL Listed

PROGRAMMING INSTRUCTIONS

        WARNING

Interior Protective Cover Removed

Timer Mechanism

Figure 2 - PCB Latch

Interior Protective Cover

Figure 1 - Spring Latch

Figure 3 - Rear View of Enclosure 

with mounting hole dimensions

6-1/8”

2-1/2”

The installer should refer to the supplemental instruction manual included with 

this unit for information regarding setting the time, symbols, keys and program-

ming.  

AC voltage must be present at terminals L1 and L2/N for the relays to operate 

and the status indicator to change from 1      to 1      .

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