- Tap Timers pre 2013
This reliable tap timer is great for automating a standard garden tap. Attach to either a 20mm or 25mm tap, this timer can have your garden automated in minutes.
Programming a Holman timer is very simple. It only takes one anticlockwise turn of the dial to complete!
As you turn the dial, there are 4 positions to stop & change each setting. Simply increase or decrease the values in the display to your required setting, then move onto the next step. Once finished, leave the dial in the “auto” position for the unit to run automatically.
Holman’s Solenoid Tap Timers are available nationally at Bunnings.
Now That’s Smart Watering!
- Single outlet
- Battery operated timer, 2 x 1.5V AA (Alkaline)
- Maximum of 4 starts per day, per outlet
- EASY to use, EASY to set!
- Run frequency up to every 7th day
- Long run times up to 360 minutes
- Reliable diaphrapm valve
- Max. operating pressure: 800kPa
- 2 Year guarantee
- Full colour retail packaging. (Barcoded)
- No, you can only have intervals which means, every second day or every so many hours but not a specific day.
- They operate on a solenoid valve, however we do a timer that is branded under the Aqua Systems label and available in Bunnings that is operated by a ball valve, the code is CO1905AS.
- Operating Pressure is 0.6 – 9.8 bar, and it will not be suitable for gravity fed tanks, however we do a timer that is branded under the Aqua Systems label and available in Bunnings that is operated by a ball valve and is suitable for gravity fed tanks, the code is CO1905AS.
- The ER30 message is displayed when the timer needs to have the batteries replaced. We have introduced a safety device in the unit which will turn it off as soon the battery drops below a certain level, this is to prevent the unit from staying open and leaving water to flow if the batteries do not have enough power to close them. However we are finding that some units are more sensitive than others and are coming up with message when they do have good battery power, you can change the batteries and see if that corrects it, when changing batteries make sure you leave them out for a few minutes before replacing them, the unit will need to lose it’s memory. If this makes no difference you will need to take it back and have it replaced if it is under warranty.
- Please try pulling out the battery compartment and checking contacts are not pushed in.