AutoCoop Door Controller with timer
- Works with the Advanced Auto Coop Door Kit
- Comes with a quick connect adapter for the actuator
- Easy to set 24hr Digital Timer
- Programmable to the Minute
- Set to open in the morning and close at night
- Simple installation
- Operates on safe 12 volt power
AutoCoop Door Controller with timer makes it so you can set the time when your coop door will open and close. The easy to set digital timer allows you to set when your coop door will open and close down to the minute. The AutoCoop Door Controller is also easy and simple to install. Works with safe 12v power. Power supply not included.
The instuctions to the timer can be found on the last page of the instructions from the following link: AutoCoop Door Kit Insturctions
Unfortunately this version of our controller does not have a light sensor.
The timer and the actuator for the door both operate on 12V DC power so it could be connected to a 12V battery.
As long as the actuator is 12V and it has limiting switches.
The new controller comes with a built in screen lock. Simply press the C?R button 4 times to unluck it and gain access to settings changes.
It does not come with a 110v power supply for the coop door controller/timer. Customers are responsible for providing the power supply and connector for this timer.
We do not currently have the instructions available on the website. You can get them at the link below. Also, we have a video that will help with settings changes and trouble shooting. Click here to see the video.
All of the products we sell are backed by a One Year Hassle Free Guarantee Warranty.
Yes there is a button that allows you to manually open and close the coop door. It is located in the top right are of the timer. It is titled manual.
If your AutoCoop™ Door Controller Screen is Blank or unreadable follow the steps below to restart your unit. 1. Simply plug it into a power source and leave for 24 hours to charge. 2. Then use a paper clip or small screwdriver to press the reset button...
What if Your AutoCoop™ Door Controller Screen is Blank or unreadable? 1. Simply plug it into a power source and leave for 24 hours to charge. 2. Then use a paper clip or small screwdriver to press the reset button. If the unit doesn’t reset after 10...