Rain-Clik - Components

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Wireless Transmitter
  1. Radio Antenna  – Transmits a wireless signal to the receiver up to 800 ft. (275m). It is recommended that the antenna be oriented vertically
  2. Vent Ring  – Used to adjust the reset rate or dry out time for the sensors. Opening the vents will decrease the reset rate, while closing the vents will increase the time it takes for the discs to dry out.
  3. Vents
  4. Manual Test Spindle – Press and hold the manual test spindle to confirm proper operation of your transmitter.
  5. Mounting Arm – Metal extension arm for mounting the sensor.
  6. Battery Status LED (underside) – Used to determine the status of the sealed battery. Pushing the manual test spindle will flash the LED light indicating that the battery is good. 

Wired Transmitter
  1. Vent Ring  – Used to adjust the reset rate or dry out time for the sensors. Opening the vents will decrease the reset rate, while closing the vents will increase the time it takes for the discs to dry out.
  2. Vents
  3. Manual Test Spindle – Press and hold the manual test spindle to confirm proper operation of your transmitter.
  4. Mounting Arm – Metal extension arm for mounting the sensor.
  5. Sensor Wires – The sensor wires are attached directly to the controller. Polarity does not matter.

Wireless Receiver
  1. Bypass Button – Allows automatic or manual watering when the sensor is active.
  2. Sensor Bypass LED – Indicates when sensor has been bypassed.
  3. Sensor Status LED – Used to indicate the status of the sensor.
  4. Radio Antenna – Receives a wireless signal from the transmitter up to 800 ft. (275m) It is recommend that the antenna be oriented vertically.
  5. AC Power Wires – The two yellow wires are attached to a 24 VAC source from the controller.
  6. Sensor Wires – The sensor wires are attached to either the sensor terminals in the controller or in-line with the valve common wire.
    Blue/White Wires: used for normally closed sensor applications (Hunter Controllers)
    Blue/Orange Wires: used for normally open sensor applications (Non Hunter Controllers)
  7. Rubber Cover – Used to protect the receiver when mounted in outdoor locations.
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