The easiest of all the controls to use is the simple table light controller because there is no wiring involved. The controller is inserted into a 13 amp wall socket and then the appliance is inserted into the controller. They have 24 hour or 7 day options with either switching pins, segmented setting dial or button programming. The 24 hour timers operate the same times every day, but the 7 day timers can operate at different times on each day. In the range there is also a plug-in thermostat for use with heaters without integral thermostats. (continued below)
We have a range of immersion heater time switches for use with loads up to 3kW. Some of these can also be used for the general purpose switching of lighting and motors. To a degree, fluorescent tubes, compact fluorescent lamps and filament lamps can all be controlled by these switches. They can all be surface mounted and in some cases, flush mounted on metal wall boxes.
This is a range of time clocks that would not normally be used by the general public in domestic applications. They are usually found in commercial and industrial buildings and Danlers controls for lighting are one of the most popular. There is also a range of Timeguard time clocks as a possible alternative or perfect as like for like replacement. They are simple to program and have transparent windows and covers for viewing settings without disruption.
We have a range of mechanical and electronic 24 hour and 7 day central heating programmers. There are also standard mechanical and state of the art wireless digital and programmable room thermostats. A collection of cylinder thermostats that can be used on copper or foam lagged hot water cylinders. Finally, a wiring centre to enable these controls to be wired and connected to a central point.