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Setting Date and Time on an X-Core Controller

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FAQs, Installation Procedures

The X-Core display shows the time and day when the controller is idle. The display changes when the dial is rotated to indicate the specific programming information to enter. When programming, the flashing portion of the display can be changed by pressing the plus (+) or minor (-) buttons. To change something that is not flashing, press the left arrow (<) or right arrow (>) buttons until the desired field is flashing.

Three programs A, B, and C, each with the ability to have four daily start times, permit plants with different watering requirements to be separated on different day schedules.

NOTE: A basic programming rule is that whatever symbol or character is flashing will be the item programmed. For instance, if the hour is flashing when setting the time, the hour can be changed or programmed. For illustration purposes in this manual, flashing characters are in GRAY type.

Step 1

Turn the dial to the CURRENT TIME/DAY position.

Step 2

The current year will be flashing. Use the plus (+) or minor (-) buttons to change the year. After setting the year, press the right arrow (>) button to proceed to setting the month.

Step 3

The month and day will be in the display. The month will be flashing and the  icon will be displayed. Use the plus (+) or minor (-) buttons to change the month. Press the right arrow (>) button to proceedto setting the day.
 

Step 4

The day will be flashing and the   icon will be displayed. Use the plus (+) or minor (-) buttons to change the day. Press the right arrow (>) button to proceed to setting the time.

Step 5

The time will be displayed. Use the  and  buttons to select AM, PM, or 24 hour. Press the  button to move to hours. Hours will be flashing. Use the plus (+) or minor (-) buttons to change the hour shown on the display. Press the right arrow (>) button to move to minute. Minutes will be flashing. Use the plus (+) or minor (-) buttons to change the minutes shown on the display. The date, day, and time have now been set.
 

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