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Operation Check to Verify Correct Wiring

Turn on one zone of the irrigation system that is visible while you are in reach of the Mini-Clik. Manually depress the spindle at the top of the Mini-Clik until you hear the switch “click” off. The sprinkler zone should stop instantaneously. If it does not, check wiring for correctness. It is not necessary to “wet” test the Mini-Clik, although it will test the operation fine, if desired.

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Check that the jumper tab was removed from across the two SEN terminals and also check that the sensor bypass switch on the controller is not in the Bypass position. It needs to be in the Active position to be able to utilize the sensor information. The sensor shuts the system down at 37 degrees fahrenheit.
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Controller shows ERR:

  • Module wires not properly connected to controller terminals.
  • Wires from the Solar Sync module to the controller have been severed.
  • Is the Solar Sync module installed on a controller that has the SOLAR SYNC dial position? If so, remove module.

Solar Sync module shows ERR:     

  • There is an issue between the module and the sensor itself. Assess your wire connections, power the controller down and back up again.

Solar Sync module shows SERR:   

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There are two lights on the Wireless Rain Sensor Receiver, each have their own purpose.

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Accu Sync® is a pressure regulation device designed by Hunter to fit all Hunter valves. Accu Sync installs quickly and easily beneath the solenoid on top of your Hunter valve.
 

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Regulating pressure saves water and extends the life of the irrigation system. Water savings is achieved by operating each zone at the best pressure for that equipment and application type. Use the chart below to select the best Accu-Sync™ model for each application of Hunter irrigation equipment. Accu-Sync ensures that every zone in every system stays in check for maximum water savings and longevity.

 

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Water enters the valve from the system main line and exerts a force against the center of the valve’s diaphragm. A small orifice in the diaphragm allows the water to flow through to the upper chamber between the diaphragm and the bonnet. The water continues to travel on through a port in the bonnet to the solenoid area. The solenoid has a light spring loaded metal piston that, when the valve is closed, covers the inlet port hole.

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In most installations, the Wind-Clik acts as a switch to break the circuit to the solenoid valves of the irrigation system during high wind conditions. This allows the timer to advance as scheduled, but keeps the valves from opening the water flow. Once the wind conditions drop below the reset point, the switch closes again to allow for normal operation. This is performed by the wind action of the vanes. They rotate about 180°, and DO NOT SPIN.

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Before wiring your Rain-Clik, it is important to select an appropriate mounting location for the transmitter. Click here to view mounting instructions for the Rain-Click transmitter.

Once the Rain-Clik is mounted, run the wire to the controller, and fasten it every few feet with wire clips or staples for best results. If an extension to the wire provided is needed, use the following table to determine the minimum wire gauge needed:

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