Setting a Quick Timer on AirTouch 5

An Easy Countdown to Turn ON or OFF the Air Conditioning with AirTouch 5.

It is easy to set a simple timer to turn ON or OFF your home air conditioning unit with AirTouch 5. The Quick Timer does not affect individual zones, rather just the unit itself. It is a handy feature if you would just like to set the AC unit to turn off a few hours after going to bed, or to turn on again when you know you are arriving home by a certain time.

  1. From the Home Screen, Press and Hold the Power Button. If you have multiple AC units, this will only affect the unit you press and hold the power button for.
  2. Set a Countdown timer to turn ON or OFF the AC.

For more Advanced control, with both an ON and OFF Time

  1. Open the Quick Menu
  2. Select the Quick Timer
  3. Set an ON or OFF Time

Enjoy the Quick Timer Feature of AirTouch 5.

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