Ok, errored in my first reply, sort of. Have five, but only four are used every yr as feeder motors. Four used are all analog, have a dial clock, like a wall clock. #5 is a newer style, digital unit got from a friend in a swap. Makes a good backup unit on the analog, but have only had to use it once when a trigger(limit switch) went bad on one of the analog units(which ON TIME, replaced, for only shipping). It is easy to set, has been very reliable and makes a good spare. It only requires 10 AA batteries, as the analog units use 11, 10 for motor operation, and one for the clock(just like a wall clock) . Usually only run our feeders about 6 myths a year, but check each unit operation every yr for at least a month in the shop, before installing and filling feeders for hunting season. Again, just my .02 worth.
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