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Friday, October 28th 2005, 3:45pm

by Wet_Boots

Outdoor = 'rain-tight' enclosure with a built in transformer intended to be connected to electrical conduit
Indoor = plain (not rain-tight) enclosure with a plug-in transformer

Friday, October 28th 2005, 9:55am

by bosakie

Outside or Inside controllers

This may be obvious, but is the differance betwee an outdoor controller and an indor controller is that the outdoor controler is water proof?

Example: If one purchased and indoor water controller, could one use it outside located in the garage? I only ask because some products I have purchase indicate indoor and they mean inside where it is warm not in the garage where it is cold during the winter months.