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Timer switch question

Discussion in 'Electrics UK' started by williamglossop, 27 Nov 2019.

  1. williamglossop

    williamglossop

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    I currently have a submersible pump in a sump at the bottom of my garden for drainage. The pump is activated via a float switch. The pump is plugged into an external socket outlet at the bottom of the garden. The socket outlet is supplied via a buried SWA Cable that terminates into a wiska box on the side of the house. The Wiska box is a spur from the FRC in the conservatory. Hope that's simple to understand. I'm wondering if there is any kind of integral timer switch that I could use to control the power to the Wiska box, so that the pump is only powered at certain times of the day. Effectively I'm looking for a fused spur that has a timer built into it, where the load side could be connected within the patress so I can connect the twin of earth that supplies the wiska box within the patress
     
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    Cheers dude
     
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