- The Wireless Rain-Clik sensor relies on a radio signal from the sensor to reach a receiver at the controller. If the radio signal is obstructed, the controller may not respond to the active sensor. Make sure the sensor and receiver are installed in such a way that communication is allowed. Obstructed signals or interference problems may be resolved by moving the sensor or receiver to another location where communication is possible.
- The Wireless Rain-Clik uses an address code to prevent cross talk with other sensors or radio devices. A sensor and receiver set for different addresses will not communicate.
- Test the status of the battery. With the sensor dry, press the quick response spindle on the sensor. Within a few seconds the LED light on the bottom of the sensor will briefly flash. Release the spindle and the LED light will flash again. If the LED flashes, the battery in the transmitter is good. If the LED light on the sensor does not flash red, the sensor will need to be replaced.
NOTE: Sensor Status LED is red after power outage:
When the power is restored to the receiver the “SENSOR STATUS” LED will always appear red. The transmitter will automatically synchronize with the receiver (this may take from 1 minute to 1 hour). If you want an immediate synchronization, press and hold down the “Test” button for 5 seconds, then release the “Test” button. The “Sensor Status” LED will turn to green.