Several people have asked me about these time switches and as I
have one complete with instructions I have decided to reproduce it
For instruction leaflet click on links below:
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The mechanism has prongs which slide into sockets in the bakelite housing. You can pull it out to gain access to the terminals and fixing screws.
The unit that I have has a spring reserve and a day omitting
facility. It is one of a range of timeswitches with switch contacts rated at 20 Amps extensively used in the 1970's. It has been in use for 20 years in my last home to
control a 3 kW immersion heater.
The head office and works of Sangamo Weston Limited were in Enfield, Middlesex, England.
For more information about Sangamo Weston Limited see the bottom of this page:here
Sangamo still manufacture a modern versions of these time switches (and many others) see:Here and Here for their analogue range. Their current postal address is: