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Modèle # HDC33120 Internet # 1001063703

Le transformateur de 120 watts de Hampton Bay avec capteur de lumière et minuterie numérique vous permet de contrôler automatiquement votre système d'éclairage paysage. Utilisez le transformateur de 200 watts pour programmer vos lumières de paysage de basse tension de plusieurs façons, du crépuscule à l'aube, minuterie crépusculaire, minuterie Astro, Photo activé, Time Off. Le transformateur est une programmation rapide et simple en appuyant sur un bouton. D'autres fonctionnalités du transformateur incluent la fonction de test; Indicateur de charge 3x12 V Canaux + 1x chaîne 120 V. Le boîtier en plastique noir est imperméable à l'eau et est sécurisé pour l'installation en plein air. Le transformateur peut être monté sur le côté d'une maison, d'un pont ou d'un poste.

  1. Durable polymeric construction with black finish
  1. Écran LED facile à utiliser
  1. Contrôle automatique par photocellule - crépuscule à l'aube ou à l'un des nombreux autres régulateurs de minuterie
  1. Transformateur résistant aux intempéries et cordon pour montage extérieur
  1. Fournit 120 watts de puissance de sortie pour les luminaires paysages basse tension

Spécifications

Dimensions

Hauteur assemblé (en pouces)
6.61
Hauteur de l’emballage (en pouces)
3.54
Largeur assemblée (en pouces)
4.92
Largeur de l’emballage (en pouces)
6.3
Poids assemblé (en livres)
4.96
Poids de l’emballage (en livres)
5.18
Profondeur assemblé (en pouces)
3.19
Profondeur de l’emballage (en pouces)
7.4

Détails

Pays d'origine
CN-China

Garanties et certifications

Garantie limitée de 1 an.
Transformateur 12 volts de 120 wattsHampton Bay Transformateur 12 volts de 120 wattsLe transformateur de 120 watts de Hampton Bay avec capteur de lumière et minuterie numérique vous permet de contrôler automatiquement votre système d'éclairage paysage. Utilisez le transformateur de 200 watts pour programmer vos lumières de paysage de basse tension de plusieurs façons, du crépuscule à l'aube, minuterie crépusculaire, minuterie Astro, Photo activé, Time Off. Le transformateur est une programmation rapide et simple en appuyant sur un bouton. D'autres fonctionnalités du transformateur incluent la fonction de test; Indicateur de charge 3x12 V Canaux + 1x chaîne 120 V. Le boîtier en plastique noir est imperméable à l'eau et est sécurisé pour l'installation en plein air. Le transformateur peut être monté sur le côté d'une maison, d'un pont ou d'un poste.
Hampton Bay
1001063703
Transformateur 12 volts de 120 watts est évalué 3.4 de 5 de 10.
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Rated 1 de 5 de par Dont Buy Ive had two of these transformers and one stopped working after 8 months, bought a replacement and that one went bad in 2 months. Don't buy it.
Date de publication: 2020-06-24
Rated 5 de 5 de par Good unit for the purpose I have four of these hooked up to 12 volt landscape lighting. Three are activated by the photocell and one uses the Sunwise function as it is placed inside a garage without sun exposure. They all work well and have done so for a number of years now. Only once did one quit functioning due to an ant nest inside. When this was removed, the device resumed it's normal function. Simple and reliable.
Date de publication: 2022-04-26
Rated 1 de 5 de par Not dependable This is the 2nd transformer I've bought within 6 months. First one, screen faded so I could not read it; the 2nd stopped supplying any voltage. Have had it checked and it's a dud.
Date de publication: 2021-10-18
Rated 5 de 5 de par Power Supply/Timer for outdoor lights Works well- no issues! Have it hooked up to approx 8 low voltage lights around the yard
Date de publication: 2021-08-28
Rated 1 de 5 de par Not as advertised Product not as advertised. I will likely be returning it.
Date de publication: 2021-05-14
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How do I reset this transformer? It is not working and I think the first thing would be to reset, but there is nothing on line

Posée par: Rockie
Well there is no "OK" button to push, and if I hold any of these buttons for three seconds it doesn't do anything. I have contacted Home Depot Customer Service directly and they said to contact the manufacturer. When I said that the company is a wholly owned subsidiary of Home Depot - the response was "oh": Very disappointing that Home Depot will need provide service or even a reasonable level of communication with a customer on this. If a company cannot stand behind what they make than it is obviously a product best to avoid.
Répondue par: Rockie
Date de publication: 2022-08-31

I have the Hampton Bay 120W Digital Transformer (1001063703) and 2 Hampton Bay LED Flood Lights (1001485918). I have these 2 lights across my yard connected with 30 meters of 12/2 low voltage landscape wire. Always flips to "OFF". Overloaded?

Posée par: Adam9312
Wires could be shorting or earthed.
Répondue par: Harry
Date de publication: 2021-06-09

I connected (6) 8.31 watt land (2) 18 watt lights to a 85 foot run of 14 gauge wire as recommended on the chart. The transformer shows it’s overloaded right away. I then just connected only (1) 18 watt light 30 feet away and it still over loaded. 

Posée par: Jaxx
Sounds like a defective unit to me. I have way more lights hooked up to mine with no issues. And you really can’t wire these wrong. Return it for another 
Répondue par: Todd
Date de publication: 2021-05-22

I have a Hampton Bay 12 Volt 120 Watt Transformer. When I press MODE and "ON" it immediately shifts to "OFF". The same happens when I press "MODE" and "TIMER" (i.e. to my preset time). Anyone know what to do here?

Posée par: Hampton Perplexed
First please be sure to check that there is power to the GFCI outlet that your transformer is plugged into by plugging in another electrical device. After determining that there is power the next thing to check is your wiring, you will want to make sure that the wire you have connected to the terminal block of the transformer is firmly connected as per the setup instructions. If your model of transformer has a breaker button please check to make sure that the breaker has not tripped. Usually if the breaker has tripped the button will be sticking out around 1 inch. Also, if you're using the photo-sensor feature it is important to know that the photo-sensors on transformers are very sensitive and issues regarding the transformer not turning on at night is usually due to there being other light sources around that the photo-sensor is detecting which prevents it from turning on. The best test to check to see if a photo-sensor is malfunctioning is to cover the photo-sensor with at least 2-3 layers of black electrical tape to 'blind' it from any light. If you have no electrical tape you can also try covering the transformer with something like a jacket to try to make sure no light reaches it. Note: photo-sensors will take approximately 30-60 seconds to activate the transformer once they detect that it's dark enough to turn on. The next step to try is simply to reset the transformer, at times the circuitry inside the transformer simply needs to restart so if you haven't done this please unplug your transformer for at least one minute to allow the transformer to power down completely. If you are using the timer feature on your transformer and your model number of transformer has a physical switch to adjust the timer (i.e. 4, 6 or 8 hours) try setting this to a different time before plugging the transformer back in. If you have a digital timer try setting the timer to a different time that you have been trying after plugging it in. This type of reset can often resolve any issues, especially ones relating to the timers. If none of the above steps have resolved the issue check to see if the transformer itself is getting warm after being 'on' for about 20 minutes or so. Transformers should get warm to the touch after operating for a short time. If you find that the transformer is warm but the lights you have hooked up are not turning on there may be an issue with the wiring. If this is the case you can test to see if there is an output voltage at the terminal of the transformer if you have a voltmeter or multimeter. The output voltage of our transformers is AC so please be sure that your meter is set to detect AC voltage. If you do not have this type of meter you can also test this simply by connecting one of your lights directly to the terminal block of the transformer, or if your light uses a quick clip connector you can try connecting it to the transformer wire about 1 foot from the terminal block.
Répondue par: sternohome
Date de publication: 2021-04-13

How many lights can you connect to this transformer before you over load it?

Posée par: Royalpain17
Figure out the wattage draw of the lights. Ie, if one light is 10 watts, then you can have 12 lights.
Répondue par: DavTrader7
Date de publication: 2020-05-11

Is this transformer compatible with HB Low Voltage LED Deck Light Kit Model #HDC33914? The light kit says 5V DC while the transformer is 12V I know LED lights have some tolerance when it comes to voltage - would prefer a programmable option over sensor

Posée par: Jeff S
Hi Jeff, The deck lights are made and certified to be used with the supplied transformer. It is not compatible.
Répondue par: sternohome
Date de publication: 2021-06-10

hampton bay low voltage, 120w transformer, model HDC33120 Just stopped operating yesterday. Display lights up completely but not setting buttons work. Appears to be brokern. Anyway to restart it???

Posée par: bekons
Unplug the unit and plug it back in. If that does not work the unit could be faulty and needs to be replaced
Répondue par: The Home Depot Canada
Date de publication: 2020-08-25

Is the output AC or DC?

Posée par: TonyG
You have a point with your question. The title « Transformer » is misleading. This device is actually a « Transformer Rectifier ».  The output is 12 volt, DC current.
Répondue par: DavTrader7
Date de publication: 2021-07-07
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