Timer Control Bridge

How to Install your Timer Control Bridge

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Written by Julien Stamatakis
Updated over a week ago

The Timer Control  bridge has four connectors that can be used to control up to four circuits with a 0-5V signals.


For each control point, connect the two wires to one of the connectors based on the polarity indicated by the labels on the bridge. The sensor bridge will provide a 0-5V output from each of its connectors when configured to do so.

Once the Timer Control bridge is properly wired, connect it to an available port on the node and power the node.

Click here to read more on how to configure your Timer Control bridge on the web. Follow the instructions here for connecting to a solid state relay.

Technical Specifications:

Power: 3.3V DC from node or gateway via micro-USB connector
Inputs: None
Bridge Output: 4 x 0-5V digital outputs (up to 300 mA total)
Size (inches): 2.1 x 2.1 x 0.4
Weight (ounces): 0.8

Note: If you have a Timer Control bridge that has four separate connectors as depicted on the image below, you can control circuits with a 0-3.3V input 

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