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Before securing the controller to the wall, you must first remove the lower wiring compartment door. The door can easily be removed by following the simple steps below:

  1. Open the external door using the included key if outdoor version model. Indoor version will have no external door.
  2. The lower wiring compartment door can now be removed by pushing downward. See illustration below:

 

 

 

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We recommend that a qualified licensed contractor perform this type of winterization method. The blowout method utilizes an air compressor with a cubic foot per minute (CFM) rating of 80-100 for any mainline of 2" or less. The compressor is attached to the mainline via a quick coupler, hose bib, or other type connection, which is located beyond the backflow device. Compressed air should not be blown through any backflow or flow meter device. For additional winterization procedures, we highly recommend contacting the local dealer for the most common local practices.

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Hunter warrants the Wireless Rain-Clik (WR-CLIK) for five years. If a defect in a Hunter product is discovered during the applicable warranty period, Hunter will repair or replace, at its option, the product or the defective part. This warranty does not extend to repairs, adjustments, or replacement of a Hunter product or part that results from misuse, negligence, alteration, modification, tampering, or improper installation and/or maintenance of the product. This warranty extends only to the original installer of the Hunter product.

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If the controller display shows a station running, flashing sprinkler icon (

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The Pro-C controller is supplied with a factory-installed base module for up to 4 stations on the PC-400 and up to 3 stations on the older PC-300. Additional modules may be added in increments of 3 stations (PCM-300) or a single 9-station (PCM-900) to expand the controller’s station capability to 15-16 stations. Additional modules are sold separately. After inserting station modules, pressing the reset button should be done to allow full recognition.  Below you will find information on the compatibility of different modules for both the PC-300 and PC-400 controllers.

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The chart below indicates the maximum wire runs that can be used when installing Hunter AC solenoid valves with controllers. The example in the chart below demonstrates the most commonly used wire size for station control and ground wire ( e.g.,12 AWG = 3390 feet).

NOTE: Valve Wire Sizing (Maximum One-Way Distance in Feet Between Controller and Valve)

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The two major components of FLOW OPERATIONS are the Flow Manager and the Flow Monitor features. Checking either will display a reminder of the steps required to set up these features. Press the soft key for Continue to set up the selected function.

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The ACC2 Controller can have a maximum of 64 RUN TYPES (events) for each program that may consist of a station, a block (a group of stations), and/or a station delay.

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A basic program requires a START TIME, station Run Time, and Water Days to operate automatically. This is where basic automatic irrigation is set up. There are 32 possible automatic irrigation programs with each operating up to 10 Start Times.

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FLOW MANAGER runs simultaneous stations to reach a programmable flow rate target. It allows the controller to decide which stations to run, to keep the total flow as close to the pipe design capacity as possible, and shorten the overall watering time. Using this feature does NOT require a flow sensor, but it must have station flow values configured. If flow learning via a sensor is not available, approximate values may be entered manually.

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