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I have a few of these - you don't need a Hub - it connects by Wifi to your router, and you can control each by the phone app. You can also set multiple timers for each device . I have my Front landscape lights, my back landscape lights, and my fish tank all setup.
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Thank you, I was looking for something like this. I am tired of messing with the various timers I've bought at home depot and lowe's.

This comment on the Amazon reviews I found helpful. You can have the christmas lights come on a dusk and turn off after a fixed amount of time:
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The phone interface only allows setting on and off times astronomical and or specific program times. If you want to have the the timer turn on at sunset and turn off at a specific time, use these instructions that Southwire sent me via email:

You can hard set your off time to whatever you want it does not have to follow any set example:

Here is example to follow setting WION to cover Dusk until Dawn:

First you set an ASTRONOMIC TIMER on at dusk and off at dawn. Then you set a PROGRAMMABLE TIMER on at 10:59pm and off at 11pm. Both timers will work together to make your lights go on at dusk, and off at 11pm. Basically, it works like this:
1. At dusk the device is told to turn on, so it powers up.
2. At 10:59pm it is also told to turn on, but it is already on, so nothing changes.
3. At 11:00pm the device is told to turn off, so it shuts off the power.
4. At dawn it is also told to turn off, but it is already off so nothing happens.
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