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Livewell Aerator Timer

   

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This 10 amp variable Livewell Aerator Timer has OFF mode, CONTINUOUS mode and 3 cycle modes: 1=1 minute off and 1 minute on; 3=3 minutes off and 1 minute on; 7=7 minutes off and 1 minute on. Easy to install. Dimensions: 3-1/2" x 1-3/4" x 1". Face plate measures: 1-1/2" x 1-1/2".

  • 10 amp aerator time
  • Shaft hole needs to be 1/2''
  • Has off, continuous and 3 cycle modes
  • Easy to install  
  • Keep livewell aerated    
Livewell Aerator Timer 4.6 5 67 67
Battery saver I had one of these before it was made by the same company. It last less than a year and I failed to send it back and ended up eating the cost since the warrentee ran out. This one is a different model and has better functions than the last one and was eas to install. I like the way its designed giving you 3 settings to use and thus saves your battery because it goes off and on at set intervals June 16, 2010
Worth ever dime My live well is of a bad design. Water runs in a lot faster then it runs overboard. It is hot here in Florida in the summer time and if you stop for lunch all your fish die. With my new timer the fish stay alive, Batteries stay charged, And I stay happy @ 65 that is a real good thing. KCMO-BOB September 15, 2010
excellent product I purchased two of these timers two years ago for seperate livewells on my boat and they were the " best in my opinion" timers I have purchased, I would recommend these to anyone that has no timers or need to replace timers on there boat. They were very easy to install and easy to operate. August 22, 2010
Livewell Timer I have used this product and will recommend it in the future. This timer is handy if your boat doesn't already have one. November 13, 2006
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triton tr-175, I have aerate and pump out, but I want to time my livewell. do I remove the existing one, or add this one?
1 year, 9 months ago
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I have a Triton and it also had an off and on switch. I replaced it with the timer because I replaced all the other boats switches with the timer. It really works. Best thing to do. Keeps fish alive better.
1 year, 3 months ago
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I replaced the burnt out timer on my stratos with this timer for my recirculating pumps and yes it works great. You can turn it to run and the pumps will stay on or set the timer.
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How long is the stem.

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How long is the stem. I have a Ranger Bass Boat and my console is 3/4 inch thick
3 years, 3 months ago
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The stem is 1/2 inch long. Recommend installing on a metal plate, mount plate on console.
1 year, 9 months ago
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I got a little confused on which item you were talking about. I don't know how long but I will bet it will fit your console. By the way, a must if you use live bait.
2 years, 11 months ago
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It mounts in a rod holder. It does not matter how long the stem is.
2 years, 11 months ago
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Replacing existing livewell timer switches. Hope to fit this timer in the same location.
4 years, 3 months ago
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The faceplate is actually a sticker which is 1.5 x 1.5 inches.
1 year, 9 months ago
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It will fit
2 years, 11 months ago
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1 1/2" X 1 1/2 "
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no faceplate but does have a sticker that shows position modes. sticker is adhesive backed,size is approx. 1"x1". Hole size is 3/8 ",same as most other switches.
3 years, 10 months ago
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4 years, 6 months ago
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Mine works great and I put it on the last two bass boats that I had.
1 year, 3 months ago
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Email customer service for an exchange.
4 years ago
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Mine works great! Remember about the timer. It may not come on until your preset time comes around. If it still doesn't, I'd ask for an exchange. I put mine in this spring and it still works great. Best of luck.
4 years, 4 months ago
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return the item, both timers i purchased worked fine right out of the box. Theres nothing extra you need to do to the timer accept install it. There must be a defect in the timer. Hope this helps
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2 livewells with 800 gph pumps each drawing 3.5 amps
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Better to put one on each pump.
1 year, 3 months ago
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The timer is rated for 10 amps. I don't see a problem running 2 pumps.
1 year, 9 months ago
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pump is rated for 10 amps,you will be pulling 7 amps with two pumps.
3 years, 10 months ago
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I have pretty much the same setup as you. I have two 750 gph Oxygenator pumps. My old switch was rated at 5 A. This new 4 position timer has a rating of 10 A. This should be ample for your application.
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I believe they should. I'm not an electrician, but you should be able to simply use a second set of wires to the second pump. That also means dual fuses. Good luck.
4 years, 6 months ago
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have one pump running two livewells
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connections marked well very simple. Just need to get the wire connections and wire if you need it at local hardware store.
3 years, 5 months ago
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timer is clearly marked on the wire side. Ground,power in,power out to your pumps.
3 years, 10 months ago
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I used the existing wires that went to the origanal aerator switch.
4 years, 3 months ago
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It replaces the switch you have now.
I drilled a 5/16 hole in my dash.
and took the wires off my switch and hooked them to the timer
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You have your hot wire (12vdc) coming in to the timer(10amp fuse or circuit breaker) and the ground coming out.
Then you would take the 2 hot wires coming off of your pumps and connect them to the Output terminal on the timer. Then make sure your pumps are grounded to the same circuit of which you grounded the timer to orginally.
Also in case one of the pumps would burn up - you could put a fuse on each hot wire going to each pump from the timer. This would possbly save the fish in the livewell till weigh-in time and also make it easier to troubleshoot later.
5 years, 6 months ago
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mine uses a 10 amp fuse
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10 Amps
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10amp
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