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The NODE-BT controller offers an easy way to check the battery health of the actual controller without the use of a smartphone.

Press the physical BATTERY CHECK BUTTON on NODE-BT controller and the battery indicator LED flashes green or red.

4 green blinks = 100% - 76% Excellent

3 green blinks = 75% - 51% Good

2 green blinks = 50% - 31% Low

1 green blink = 30 – 20% Poor

1 red blink = 0% - 19% (Replace 9V alkaline batteries)

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Register for an account online

If you have not done so already, we recommend creating an account using the Centralus login page.

The A2C controller uses two different types on communication devices, a WiFi module or a Local Area Network (LAN) connection. For more information on the connecting the A2C controller to the Centralus software, please follow the steps in the articles listed below.

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Here is a list of the error codes and ways to troubleshoot them:

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The CLIK DELAY option is designed to set number of days for watering to remain off, after sensor has been activated and restored.

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The X2 Controller is compatible with Hunter Remote Controls (not included). The SmartPort® wiring harness (included with all Hunter Remotes) allows for fast and easy use of the Hunter controls. The Hunter remotes make it possible for you to operate the system without having to walk back and forth to the controller.

To install the SmartPort connector

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A Hunter CLIK sensor or closed circuit type weather sensors can be connected to the X2. The purpose of this sensor is to stop automatic watering when weather conditions dictate.

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NOTE: Complete this section only if you have a pump start relay installed. A pump start relay is a device that uses a signal from the controller to actuate a separate electrical circuit to energize a pump to provide water to your system.

The controller should be mounted at least a 15 ft (4.5 m) away from both the pump start relay and pump to minimize any potential electrical interference.

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NOTE: Complete this section only if you have a master valve installed in your irrigation system. A master valve is a “normally closed” valve installed at the supply point of the main line that opens only when the controller initiates a watering program.  Whenever one of the irrigation zone valves is told to open by the controller, the controller also signals the master valve to open. The purpose of the master valve is to shut off the water to the irrigation system when none of the zone valves are operating. 

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