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Mini-Clik - Wiring

Important: The Standard Model Mini-Clik is sold and designed for hook up to 24 Volt irrigation controllers only. For wiring to 110V or 220V irrigation controllers, please consult your distributor or this factory. All wiring must conform to National Electrical Code or applicable local codes.

For the Model Mini-Clik-C: WARNING! This unit is designed to be installed in conjunction with 24VAC circuits only. Do not use with 110 or 220VAC circuits. For the Model Mini-Clik-HV: WARNING! This unit must be installed by a qualified electrician in accordance with National Electrical Code and applicable local codes. The electrical rating of this device is 125-250VAC at 10.1 amps. Do not let current pass through this device that exceeds this rating. Do not install directly in line with any pump.

 

 

Wiring to X-Core

The Mini-Clik connects directly to the X-Core. This allows you to easily override the sensor by using the Sensor switch on the front panel.

  1. Remove the jumper from the two “SEN” terminals.
  2. Connect one wire from the sensor to one wire terminal labeled "SEN", then connect the other sensor wire to the other wire terminal labeled "SEN".

 

 

 

 

Wiring to Pro-C PC-400 (2014 or newer)

The Mini-Clik connects directly to the Pro-C. This allows you to easily override the sensor by using the Sensor switch on the front panel.

  1. Remove the jumper from the two “SEN” terminals.
  2. Connect one wire from the sensor to one wire terminal labeled "SEN", then connect the other sensor wire to the other wire terminal labeled "SEN"

 

 

 

 

Wiring to Pro-C PC-300 (Older than 2014)

The Mini-Clik connects directly to the Pro-C. This allows you to easily override the sensor by using the Sensor switch on the front panel.

  1. Remove the jumper from the two “SEN” terminals.
  2. Connect one wire from the sensor to one wire terminal labeled "SEN", then connect the other sensor wire to the other wire terminal labeled "SEN".(Figure 2)

Wiring to Icore Controller

The Mini-Clik connects directly to the I-Core. This allows you to easily override the sensor by using the Sensor switch on the front panel.

  1. Remove the red jumper wire from the two “SEN” terminals.
  2. Connect one wire from the sensor to one wire terminal labeled "SEN", then connect the other sensor wire to the other wire terminal labeled "SEN".(Figure 2)

Wiring to HC Controller
  1. Connect one sensor wire to sensor COMMON on the controller.
  2. Connect the opposite Normally Closed wire from the sensor to SENSOR1 or SENSOR2 on the controller.
  3. Configure in the Hydrawise app. Click here for help configuring a sensor in the Hydrawise app.

Wiring to PRO-HC Controller
  1. Connect one sensor wire to sensor COMMON on the controller.
  2. Connect the opposite Normally Closed wire from the sensor to SENSOR1 or SENSOR2 on the controller.
  3. Configure in the Hydrawise app. Click here for help configuring a sensor in the Hydrawise app.

Wiring to the Hunter SRC (Discontinued)

The Mini-Clik connects directly to the SRC. This allows you to easily override the sensor by using the RUN (BYPASS SENSOR) position on the dial.
1. Route the wires from the Mini-Clik up through the same opening used for valve wiring.
2. Connect one wire to the RS terminal and other to the C terminal.
3. Connect the valve common to the RS terminal.

  1. Connect Common to this Terminal when using Rain Sensor
  2. Connect Rain Sensor Wires to These Two Terminals
  3. Third Normally - Open Lead (Do Not Use)
  4. Solenoid
  5. Common Wire to all Valves
Wiring to the Hunter ICC (Discontinued)

The Mini-Clik connects directly to the ICC. This allows you to easily override the sensor by using the Sensor switch on the front panel.
1. Remove the jumper from the two “SEN” terminals.
2. Route the wires from the rain sensor up through the same conduit opening used for valve wiring.
3. Connect one wire to the terminal labeled “SEN” and the other wire to the other “SEN” terminal.

  1. Mini-Clik
  2. Hunter ICC
  3. Third Normally - Open Lead (Do Not Use)
24 Volt Solenoid Valves Only

With the two wires from the Mini-Clik at the controller, locate the “common ground” wire of the solenoid valves. If it is connected to the common terminal on the controller, disconnect it. Attach one wire of the Mini-Clik to the “common” terminal (usually marked “C”) on
the controller. Attach the other wire of the Mini-Clik to the common wire leading to the valves.
Note: The common wire to the valves does not have to be interrupted at the controller. The Mini-Clik may be wired anywhere along the common wire line.

  1. Mini-Clik
  2. Controller
  3. Third Normally - Open Lead
  4. Common Wire All Valves
  5. Solenoid
  6. To Valves
24 Volt Solenoid Valves with Booster Pump

Locate the common wire to the solenoid valves and the common wire leading to the coil of the relay that starts the pump. If these two wires are connected to the “common” terminal on the controller, disconnect both of them.

Twist together these two wires along with one wire from the Mini-Clik, and secure with a wire nut. Attach the other wire of the Mini-Clik to the “common” terminal on the controller.

Note: The pump circuit output must be 24 Volts in this situation. Do not proceed if 110V.

  1. Controller
  2. Mini-Clik
  3. Pump or MV
  4. Terminate
  5. Line-In
  6. Normally - Open Relay
  7. Line-Out (to Pump)
  8. Common Wire to all Valves
  9. To Valves
Special Instructions for Mini-Clik-HV

The two taped and stripped wires are the ones to be used when following these accompanying diagrams. The third wire should be terminated with a wire nut (not supplied). All wire connections with the Mini-Clik should be made with wire nuts and located in a junction box.

  1. Mini-Clik-HV
  2. Controller
  3. 110V Input
  4. 110V Switched Input
  5. 110V Line
  6. Terminate
  7. 110V Solenoid
  8. Common Wire to all Valves

Where the timer is controlling a pump, the relay may be inside the timer, external or nonexistent. If there is no relay in the circuit, one must be added. The wiring for an internal or external relay is the same: the Mini-Clik breaks the circuit to the coil of the relay only. Either wire of the coil may be broken.

  1. Mini-Clik-HV
  2. Controller
  3. Input
  4. Switched Input
  5. Line-In
  6. Normally-Open Relay
  7. Terminate
  8. Coil
  9. 220V to Pump
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