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HYDRAULIC SUMMARY

Dial to the Flow menu, and select Hydraulic Summary. The Hydraulic Summary is a report of exactly how the controller hydraulics are set up at the moment. It shows the connections of all flow-related objects, from MainSafe zones (if applicable), Flow Zones, Flow Sensors, P/MVs, to individual stations.

Use the soft keys to view by Controller, by Flow Zone, and by MainSafe (if applicable).

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The final step in the Flow Monitor setup (unless the MainSafe™ option is enabled) is the actual learning process.

Dial to the Flow menu, and select Learn Flow. The screen will show the status of the last learn flow attempt, if there was one.

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FLOW TOTALS are total amounts of water consumed over a specified time period. They may also be viewed at different levels, depending on how the controller is configured.

Total Flow is counted by MainSafe (if applicable), by Flow Zone, and by the individual flow sensor.

Flow totals can be viewed at any of these levels by clicking soft keys for Day, Week, Month, or Year. Click the Interval field to select the desired date range.

Click in the Interval field to specify the time period to view.

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The CYCLE & SOAK feature allows you to split a station’s runtime into shorter watering periods. The shorter watering periods will help prevent runoff in situations like slopes or tight soils. It is recommended that the CYCLE time is less than the station’s watering time, and the SOAK time for the water to be absorbed. The total number of cycles is determined by taking the total programmed station run time and dividing it by the CYCLE time (e.g., see chart below).

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The ACC2 Controller allows you to connect up to three CLIK SENSORS. These sensor inputs are already configured as Normally Closed, but this can be changed for other types of contact closure sensor inputs to Normally Open.

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After connecting a SOLAR SYNC Sensor to the controller, it is necessary to configure this in the Devices, SOLAR SYNC menu. It will take the SOLAR SYNC two or three days to register enough climate data to begin adjusting.

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After connecting one or more flow sensors to the controller, the next step is to configure the sensor in the FLOW SENSORS menu. The controller has three Flow Sensor inputs built-in, but three more can be added with the A2C-F3 Flow Expansion Module. ACC2 Decoder versions may also read flow via the two-wire path when flow sensors are connected to ICD-SEN sensor decoders.

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This section provides troubleshooting tips and answers to frequently asked questions that will be helpful when using the ICC2 and ACC2 Controllers with the Centralus Irrigation Management Platform.

Why are we receiving a SERIAL NUMBER IN USE message?

What are my PRICING OPTIONS when using the A2C-LTE Module?

How do I SHARE my controller with a customer?

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In this support section, you will find short troubleshooting tips and answers to frequently asked questions that will be helpful when using the A2C-LTE Module to enable cellular control with the ACC2 Controller. This FAQ list provided is intended to provide guidance on A2C-LTE Module setup and use in existing installations.

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The STATIONS menu allows you to name an individual Station or a Block. A STATION name can be referenced as the area of that particular zone or the sprinkler type used (e.g., Rotors, Sprays, Lawn Shrubs, etc.). A BLOCK name can be referenced as an area that consists of multiple stations (e.g., Zones 1-5, Building A, etc.). A BLOCK is an electronic group of stations that runs at the same time, for the same run time, within a program (Blocks replace “SSGs” in the original ACC Controller).

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