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Universal Timer/Pump Exercise Plug-In Card


Brand: Taco

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Application: Accessory
Accessory For: Taco ZVC EXP Control
Dimensions: 2" x 2"
Connection Type: PowerPort Slot on any EXP
Power Supply: 24 VAC (Powered by EXP Control)
Time Delay: Independently Adjustable On/Off Time Delay

Description for Taco PC610-1

The Taco Pump Exercise Plug-In Card is a solid state universal timer designed to cycle all the pumps or open all the zone valves that are attached to the Expandable Control(s) at selected time intervals. This minimizes seasonal start-up problems generally associated with harsh water conditions. The control can be configured to reduce the chance of freeze-ups by cycling more often during cold weather months. Bacteria can be minimized in heating systems that utilize domestic hot water heaters as their heat source by systematically circulating the water.


  • Control: Solid State Universal
  • Dimensions: 2" x 2"
  • Connections: Plugs into any PowerPort Slot on any -EXP Control
  • Power Supply: 24 VAC (Powered by -EXP Control)
  • Relays: 2 amp
  • Diagnostics: LED Light
  • Time Delay: Independently adjustable on/off time delay

Universal Timer/Pump Exercise Plug-In Card


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Protect your pumps and your pipes

By FHDogs

from S. VT

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Comments about Universal Timer/Pump Exercise Plug-In Card:

This plug in card works with Taco relays with expansion ports to help protect circulators during the off season by occasionally running them for short periods... or in my case I set it to freeze protection mode to prevent pipe freezes in under used zones, or zones with a large setback on a programable timer. Highly recommended if you've ever experienced a heating system pipe freeze.

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