It's getting darker sooner now that fall is here, which means your manual low-voltage landscape lighting timer needs to be adjusted to reflect the change in seasons. Otherwise, you'll be in the dark.
But, what if you never had to reset your lighting timer again?
Most older timers need manually adjusted as the sun begins to set earlier or later into the evening. Remembering when and how to set your timer twice a year can be inconvenient.
If you are done resetting your outdoor lighting timer, you'll love our new astronomic timer. It uses your location to determine dusk and dawn times and then automatically adjusts for Daylight Saving Time. The astronomic timer can replace most timers and photocells, making it a great option for anyone that wants to avoid the hassle.
Astronomic Timer Benefits for Outdoor Lighting:
- Automatically turns low voltage outdoor lighting system on/off
- Automatic Daylight Saving Time option
- Variable ON/OFF setting option for added security
- Sunrise, sunset, daily, weekday, and/or weekend options
- Convenient on/off indicator light
- Large easy to read LCD display
- Battery backup with low battery indicator
- Displays current date and time
Ready to make the switch or learn more? Feel free to contact us! One of our experienced service technicians can replace what you have with a new astronomic timer and set it up. If you have one of our maintenance plans, we continue to check the timer settings during your scheduled service visit.
In the meantime, here is a blog post with step-by-step instructions and a video tutorial on how to reset your landscape lighting timer to fall back.
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We’ve been in the landscape industry since 1987, becoming a dedicated outdoor lighting firm in 1992. Our experienced lighting team provides the expertise and experience needed to light your outdoor space for both beauty and security. Our goal is to provide the highest quality, custom lighting services and products, to homes and businesses across the nation.
Located in Omaha, McKay Lighting services Nebraska, Iowa, and South Dakota areas, including Lincoln, Sioux Falls, Sioux City, Des Moines, Kearney, the surrounding areas and beyond.