Livewell Aerator Timer
- 10 amp aerator time
- Shaft hole needs to be 1/2''
- Has off, continuous and 3 cycle modes
- Easy to install
- Keep livewell aerated
Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 59 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Ringkitty So Easy! Simply removed my aerator switches on the control panel and replaced them with this timer switch. Took about 30 minutes to install two of them. This timer adds so much to your livewell and baitwell. April 26, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Kyriverman Excellent Excellent value- works perfectly, a much better alternative than buying the more expensive versions April 25, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by LastLund Easy Install Livewell Aerator Timer If you want a timed livewell aerated system this is the cheapest & easiest way to go. Simply install & connect the timer between the power source and pump. You now have a multi timed aerated livewell system. April 14, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by ProCat Timer installed I just installed the livewell aerator timer in my livewell/baitwell system. Still too cold here to put it to the test on the water, but it was just what I expected. Not too big, easy to install and easy to understand directions. Very Happy with the product! March 6, 2013
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Details:How long is the stem. I have a Ranger Bass Boat and my console is 3/4 inch thick
A:The stem is 1/2 inch long. Recommend installing on a metal plate, mount plate on console.
A: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.
Details:Replacing existing livewell timer switches. Hope to fit this timer in the same location.
A:The faceplate is actually a sticker which is 1.5 x 1.5 inches.
A:Email customer service for an exchange.
A: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.
Details:2 livewells with 800 gph pumps each drawing 3.5 amps
A:The timer is rated for 10 amps. I don't see a problem running 2 pumps.
A:pump is rated for 10 amps,you will be pulling 7 amps with two pumps.
A: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.
A:connections marked well very simple. Just need to get the wire connections and wire if you need it at local hardware store.
A:timer is clearly marked on the wire side. Ground,power in,power out to your pumps.
A:I used the existing wires that went to the origanal aerator switch.
A: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
A: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.
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