Wireless Mini-Clik Sensor - Mounting

Tips for Mounting the Sensor

-Choose a location such as the side of a building or post. The closer the transmitter is to the receiver, the better the reception. Do not exceed 800' (243 m).

-To ensure maximum range in communication, mount the receiver and transmitter away from sources of electrical interference (e.g., control panels, transformers, etc.) or metal objects. Best performance is obtained when no physical obstruction is present between the transmitter and receiver.

-Correct placement of the Wireless Mini-Clik Sensor is important for accurate temperature sensing. The best location would be out of direct sunlight.

-The reset rate refers to the amount of time it takes for the sensor to dry out so that the sprinkler system will come back on. The mounting location will affect this rate. For example, mounting the transmitter in a very sunny location may cause the sensor to dry out sooner than desired. Similarly, a sensor mounted in constant shade may take longer than expected to dry out.

Surface Mounting
Using the screws provided with your sensor, mount the transmitter on any surface where it will be exposed to unobstructed rainfall, but not in the path of sprinkler spray. The sensor should be oriented upright (as pictured), but the swivel bracket can be moved for mounting on any angled surface. Loosen the locknut and screw before swiveling the bracket, and then retighten.
Gutter Mounting

The included Sensor Gutter Mount (SGM) bracket allows the transmitter to be mounted directly to the edge of a gutter. Install the SGM on the transmitter by removing the metal extension arm supplied with your sensor and reinstalling the SGM. Position the gutter mount on the edge of the gutter and twist the thumbscrew to secure it in place.

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