Mp-104 Flow-rite Pro-timer Plus Adjustable Livewell Timer With Switch on 2040-parts.com
Joliet, Illinois, United States
Manufacturer Part Number:MP-104
with Switch 12 volt
Automatically turns your pump on and off for desired circulation and aeration.
Includes 3-position master control rocker switch for off, timed, or constant operation.
Set to the desired interval and concentrate on fishing.
Conserves battery life, is easy to install and easy to operate.
Adjustable time between runs of 1 to 12 minutes.
For use with any livewell recirculation pump or Flow-Rite valve system with "RECIRC" mode.
Automatic operation increase fishing time, ideal for tournament fishing.
Self-adhesive backing for easy installation and eliminates mounting screws.
Weather resistant Poly coated circuit board.
Dash Panel is approx 2 1/2 x 3 1/2 and has adhesive to mount on dash.
You need to drill a 3/8" hole to mount timer and cut a hole for the switch 1/8" larger then scribed line
from the Dash Panel.
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