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Centralus Beta - Controller List

The Controller List is an overview of all controllers in your system, displayed as either bar in a list view, or pins on a map.

 

Mobile List View

In a mobile view, you can switch between the two views using the buttons at the top right:

  1. Sign in to your CENTRALUS ACCOUNT.
  2. Click on the MENU icon ().
  3. Click on CONTROLLER LIST.
  4. Click on any CONTROLLER BAR in the list view to display all features and commands for that controller as shown in Fig. 1.
  5. Click any CONTROLLER PIN on the map to see a box with the same information in the map view as shown in Fig. 2. Click the arrow to go to settings for that controller.

Fig. 1

Fig. 2

The controller list shows the status of all controllers by color code.

  • Green: Auto mode, ready to irrigate.
  • Gray: Dial on the controller off or another position, where it will not run automatically.
  • Orange: Controller has an active sensor or programmable days off command and will not irrigate at present.
  • Red: Controller is not responding to communications.
  • Blue (future): Controller is actively irrigating.

The controller bars also show the controller name, address, and the season adjustment status in the list view. If the controller is manually adjusted, the percentage shows the last adjustment sent to the controller or set at the controller face panel. If the controller has Solar Sync, the adjustment occurs automatically at the controller location, and the screen is reporting the current adjustment.

 

Refresh

The Controller List does not refresh automatically. It is updated whenever you log into the site, refresh the browser while in the Controller List, or return to the menu list from the menu after visiting other pages or individual controllers.

If a controller changes status while the controller view is on screen, the new status will not appear until the page is refreshed.

When you log in, visit the controller view, or refresh the browser page, Centralus reaches out to each controller to update the screen's status.

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