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Grainger Item #: 2E351
Enclosed Indoor 24 Hour Timer, Contact Form DPST, Normally Open, Timer Input Voltage 208-277 Volts, Maximum Time Setting 23 Hours, Minimum Time Setting 1 Hours, Number of Trippers Included 2, Maximum On/Off Cycles 12, Contact Power Rating @ 240VAC 5 HP, Contact Power Rating @ 120VAC 2 HP, Current Rating 40 Amps at 120-480 Volts, Day Skipper No, Enclosure Type Steel Indoor, Extra Trippers 2E054, Length 7.8 Inches, Width 5.0 Inches, Depth 3.0 Inches
 

How do i reduce the power from 220 volts to splice a 110 volt receptable?

I had a Intermatis T-104 timer controlling my pool pump, the line coming from the breaker box is 220 volts. The previous installer had ran another receptacle off the timer box which was 110 volts so i could plug in 2 fish pond pumps. I do not remember how the 110 volt receptacle was wired. The timer has 1,2,3,4 positions, 1 and 3 is for load and 2 and 4 is for line. When i hook up this way, the receptacle has 220 volts coming to it. How do i wire the timer to reduce the voltage to 110 volts at the spare receptacle?
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