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Friday, September 2nd 2005, 6:15pm

by Jazzer K

Also the outdoor models are water proof and have a seal and lockable door!

Friday, April 22nd 2005, 7:59am

by dimlach@peoplepc.com

I just installed a Hunter Pro-C Indoor model. According to the manual, the only difference between indoor and outdoor is the outdoor model has the 120v connections INSIDE the box, while the indoor model has an external plug transformer (like a cordless phone) and requires a 120v outlet to plug into. You can use either one indoors, but NOT vice-versa.

Sunday, April 17th 2005, 8:54pm

by OscarNav

Outside timer for inside use...? Hunter Pro C

I came across a really good deal on a new Hunter pro C controller, only problem is that is is for outside use....I want my controller in my basement, can i make this work for me? Does it have a wall plug in or a slot for batteries for it to work....? Thanks.