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Coin-Op Shower Timer | Canadian Loonie
- Timer Operation Type: CAN Loonie Timer
- Construction Material: 16 Gauge Cold Rolled Steel
- Finish: Scratch Resistant Powder Coated Paint
- Finish: Coin Entry & Coin Return Cup are made of polished chrome
- Height: 11.75"
- Overall Height with Coin Acceptor: 14"
- Overall Width: 7.31"
- Overall Depth: 3.82"
- Mounting: 0.25" Diameter Hole for up to #10 Screws
- Temperature: -40 degrees (F) to 149 degrees (F)
- Humidity: 95% Relative non-condensing
- No. of Coins to Vend: 1 to 7 (Adjustable via DIP Switches)
- Min./Max. Time: 5 Seconds/ 1 Hour 14 Minutes 5 Seconds
- Coins Inserted During Vend Add Additional Time
Coin-op Timer Electrical Information
- UL Recognized: UL File # E224248
- Input Voltage: Available in 115 VAC, 220 VAC, 12 VDC, 24 VAC Models
- 24 Volt timers have a MAXIMUM input of 25.5 Volt AC
- Power Consumption: 3.7 Watts Max.
- Switch Input: 25 Millisecond Min. ON, 30 Millisecond Min. OFF
- Switch Output Voltage: Same as the input Voltage
- Requires a Ground Fault Circuit Breaker (GFCI)
- CAUTION: Timer is NOT Waterproof. Do NOT Expose Timer to Direct Water Contact
- Timer must be wired by a licensed electrician.
Coin-op Timer Features
- Coin Mechanism, Cash Box (Holds Approximately 600 Coins), and Solid State Timer
- Round Barrel Key Lock for Extra Security
- Corrosion Resistant Body
- Easy to set DIP Switch control
Coin-op Timer Uses
- Outdoor Showers
- Control Floodlights
- Air Conditioners
- Air Compressors
QUESTIONS & ANSWERSAsk a Question
Does this coin timer come with a warranty?
This coin timer does come standard with a 1 year warranty.
Do these coin timers come equipped with a warning buzzer when the time is running down?
Unfortunately, the standard "black box" timers do not come equipped with a warning buzzer or a warning light.
I want to change the type of coins my coin timer accepts, is that possible?
If the coin timer was previously purchased form us, it is very possible to update the coin mechanism to accept a new coin. Feel free to give our office a call and we'd be happy to assist you. We can be reached at 1-866-352-6652.
How do I adjust the time allotted per coin on this coin timer?
The coin-timer is easily adjusted by the dipswitch mechanism on the inside of the coin timer. Here is a diagram of the dipswitch mechanism that clearly illustrates how to use the dipswitch mechanism.
Is a solenoid required to operate this coin timer?
Yes. A coin timer only accepts coins and sends a signal. In order for the water to actually flow, a solenoid valve must be installed on the outlet pipe. The solenoid valve will receive the electrical signal from the coin timer to release water flow.
How do I determine what voltage coin timer I should choose?
It is best to consult with a licensed electrician to determine the best coin timer for your facility. It also may be helpful to determine your current electrical voltage in your establishment and go with that voltage. For instance, if you are currently running 115V power in your shower room, you would install a 115V coin-timer. However, an electrician may recommend a lower voltage timer with a transformer, so it is best to have a licensed electrician inspect your facility prior to purchasing or installing any electrical unit.
Is this coin timer waterproof?
This coin timer is not waterproof, but it is water resistent. We do not recommend putting this directly in water. It is best to place the coin timer right outside the shower stall.
Is this coin timer made in America?
Yes, this coin timer is made in America.
Do you have the transformer specs and wiring diagram for a 24VAC system
Hi Ted, thank you for your question! We do not sell the transformers for this, but they are available to purchase online or in store at other locations. The specifications sheet for this timer can be found at the following link, https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/0513/0669/2803/files/Coin_Timer_Spec_Sheet.pdf?v=1632319767 . Although the specifications sheet is for the 115 VAC version, the wiring would be the exact same for the 24 VAC version.
Hi. I am looking to purchase two of the 24 volt models to upgrade from old 110 VAC timers. Am I correct in assuming, I will also need 24V transformers and solenoids?
Hello Ken. That is correct, you would need a 24V transformer for these to function on a standard 120V circuit. Alternatively, you could purchase the 115V version of this timer, which is compatible with the 120V circuit most buildings have. Please let us know if you have any other questions!
Does this unit have a CSA certification for Canada?
Hi Ken. This shower timer is CSA recognized. There is a label within the timer to indicate this. If you would like to see the label, just let us know and we would be happy to email over a photo!
Do you have a Canadian dealer? I am looking for a coin box timer for a billiard table light.
We unfortunately don't have a Canadian dealer, but we do ship to Canada quite often. The coin timer box can be used to turn the power on and off for billiard table lights. You would just need to adjust the box for the time you want the lights to stay on and how much you want to charge for that.