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A battery-operated controller sends a quick DC pulse to operate the solenoid, therefore the battery-operated controller requires a DC latching solenoid to operate correctly. Also, the DC latching solenoid will have one black wire for the common wire and one red wire for the station wire. It is important that the wires are connected correctly for proper operation. Black connected to the C or COM (common) terminal inside the controller, and the red wire connected to the appropriate station terminal.

 

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Below is a chart indicating the maximum wire runs that can be used
when installing Hunter AC solenoids and valves.

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Hunter controller's contain multiple sized transformers, therefore each controller has different activation capabilities. Here is a list of recommended applications when using multiple Hunter solenoids.

Note: The max stations you see below for each controller model are only if you have this number of HUNTER solenoids wired to a single screw terminal.  This cant be done through basic programming in the controller.

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There are two reasons why your sprinklers would continue running with controller unplugged:

  1. The solenoid could be turned on manually.
  2. There could be debris stuck in the valve.

 

 

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Lock and Key sets for Hunter controllers can be purchased at a Hunter Authorized Distributor in your area.

PN387300 (spare part) Standard key set

PN387301 (spare part) Non-Standard key set

PN387302 (spare part) Non-Standard key set

Find a Hunter Distributor closest to you using our interactive lookup - Get Hunter

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Aligning the Right Fixed Side of Arc

The right side of the arc can be realigned to avoid wet walkways or a dry turf area. One way to realign the right stop is to turn the whole sprinkler body assembly and the fitting below. This may require temporary removal of the surrounding soil.

Another way to reset the right side of the arc is to unscrew the body cap and remove the internal assembly from the body.

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Arc Adjustment

Adjustable heads are preset to approximately 180 degrees. The PGP-ADJ is adjustable from 40-360 degrees. The PGP Ultra is adjustable from 50-360 degrees. Sprinklers may be adjusted with water on or off. It is recommended that initial adjustments be made before installation. Note: Reference illustration above for arc adjustment socket location.

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Yes, if you know the model of the existing manufacturer's sprinkler, you can use our Replacement Charts to find the appropriate Hunter pop-up or rotor that will have a similar flow and distance range. Hunter has rotors and sprinklers to fit all applications.

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Production of the G-Type rotor was discontinued 14 years ago, though many are still in use today. If a G-Type rotor needs to be replaced, the PGP-ADJ or PGP-Ultra is the current equivalent replacement.

 

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The Hunter adjustment wrench consists of a 3/32 allen key, two convenient finger loops for gripping and an opposite side arc adjustment key for all your Hunter rotor adjustments. The Hunter wrench can be purchased from your local distributor. You can also use a 3/32 allen key for radius adjustment only.

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