@Don Baird posted:
You want to get to mode P1.1. And you want to set the station stop time to however many seconds. Let's just call it 10 seconds now. I assume you're reading the mangled-English instructions on one of the eBay or Amazon listings for this timer?
Here's one procedure which I just tried.
1. Press SET for about ~4 seconds. Release SET. The display indicates Px.y.
2. Press UP and the display cycles thru P1.1, P1.2, etc. When it reaches P1.1, momentarily press SET. The display should blink OP and then blink some number XYZ. This is the station stop time in seconds assuming the decimal point is after the rightmost digit. As the time is flashing, use the UP and DOWN button to set the time to 010. If the decimal point is not on the rightmost digit press the STOP button to change the decimal point position. The STOP button will cycle thru XYZ. or XY.Z or X.Y.Z. Again, you want the XYZ. setting so that XYZ represents seconds. When you get the desired time (010.) press the SET button for ~2 seconds. The display flashes P1.1 and then reverts to a solid 000
It's now programmed. You can turn off power and back on and it remembers the setting. When you initially apply or re-apply power, the display should flash P1.1 for a couple seconds then revert to a solid 000 as it waits for a trigger to start its timing function.